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CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891. . Don't deptnd on peopli to flihl constantly dljfKl'K al theln 'huBb the advertising columns of lhi pa pur. jtmrlHilno Keep m: vol xv. gK- JL-E NO. 46. aim I SXJI5.E! TO The Action. I : J. W. OWEN'S find Prices He j to , tlii$ Week : ! TOILET ARTICLES IF S !' v. 5. & .Pcai's Unscented Soap 13c. cV worth 15c. Swinton's Pnmiose Soap jpc. c'k worth 25c, Imported Tooth Brushes, "solid back, 19c. worth 25 and 35c Cloth A Inigo line and a great variety of Toilet Waters, Perfumes, . low prices. , Brushes, Hair Brushes, &c, at proportionally v "" . ; i t "White Lead, strictly PAINTS puie, -- : -- - ,- - . , 7C- - lb-- , - Pure Best Mixed Paint Linseed-Oil" ' '-J -'- -'- 60c. 'per gal. $1.20 per gal. ; K' , Of all kinds reduced Accurately Patent Medicines 10 per cent, for one week. ho'urs, ; PreGiciptlion'sT' night. dayand compoundcd'atttll The Church M' Walking With the .World, Vfii" '. The Church anit the World walked f.ir npirt On the changing shore of Time j The World wit singing a giddy song, And the Church a hjtnn sublime. t'Come, give me your hind," slid the mcr:y World. "And walk with me this way ;" Hut the good Church hid her snowy hands And solemnly answers, "Nay, I will not gle jou my hand at all, And I will not walk with jou ; This column for Your way is the way that leads to death : Your words arc all untrue." x. "N.iy, walk with me but a little spice," S.ild the World, with a kindly air ; , "The road I walk Isa nlc.isint roid, And the sun shines alwajs there ; Your pith fs thorny and rough and rude, H Hut mine is broad and plain ; W. My way is paved with flowers and Jews, i ; with tears and Clovcrport Market of Decring The And yours Is always blue, pln sky to inc No want, no toll I know ; Binders and Mowers. Thtfsky above you - alwajs d irk", Sulky Ilay Rakes. Your lot is that of woe ; for you Coal Cook Stove No. 7, w'tli 40 There's room enough side." and me To travel side by , pieces of ware for $1 1.00. Half shyly the Church appro ldi the World And gave him her html of snow ; No, 7 Box, Wood Cook Stove for And the old World grasped it and walked along "I' with 40 pieces otwaic. s $7.00, In accents low, ' One Horse Avery Plows $3.50. if' Your dress is too simple to please my taste ; I will give you pearls to wear, Gasoline Stoves, all kinds of Itich velvets and silks for jour graceful form, And diamonds to deck jour hair." .Cook Stoves. .' i The Church looked down at the plain white robes Sorgo Mills and Evapoiators. And then at the dazzling World, blushed as she saw his handsome lip Builders Haul ware, Nails, Hinges AndWilli a smile contemptuous curled. my dress for a costlier one," Screws, Ilqes, Rakes, Shovels, "I will Said the church, with a smile of grace ; Spades, Post Hole Diggers. Then her pure white garments drifted away, Carpenters' Tools of all kinds a And the World gave In their place, I.rtciutlful satins and shining silks, CZ S' specialty. Hoses and gems and costly pearls ; Guns, Fishing Tackle, full line While over her forehead her bright hair fell, Crisped thousand rtrls. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Ft co- "Your houseInIsa too plain," said the proud old ders, Step Ladders, Bird Cages. World, "I'll build you one like mine ; Rope7 Sewing Machines. "Carpets of Ilrusscls and curtains of I tec, And furniture ever so fine." Tin and Iron Rdofing, Guttering So he built her a costly and beautiful house ; up. and Spouting put Most splendid It was to behold ; beautiful sons and Repairing of all kinds or any- IterGleaming herpurple and daughter!- dwelt there In gold ; thing you may want, you'ean .have Well f ilrs and shows in the halls" were held, And it made by the only Tinner in Clo- Laughterthe World and his clitdrcn were there j and music and feasts were heard vcrport or vicinity. In the place that was meant for prayer. vfV Prices made by the leading Ilaid- - There were cushioned pews for the rich and the Notice ! -- tfv rT i BargainS ' ' tin :iT e - s - Svaic and Stove dealer in the city. :r J.-- L. X MILLEE'S him. AniLfor less money than any housa in town. Gull and see X' - v CLOVERPORT.KY V FOR MEN ONLY uwm uwxor rAUhUiu Mtuuu latnlaailfluivuuBiiuiiLiixt HkaM of Body and Kind, EJfretf IllJsrXrrorforXxooHHlaOMorTouar. or That they are walking In," Then the Church held fast the strings of her purse, And modestly lowered her head And simpered, "Without doubt you nre right sir; Henceforth I wilt do as you've said." So the poor were turned from her door in scorn, And she heard not the orphan's cry ; Hut she drew her beautiful robes aside, As the, widows went weeping by. Then the sons of the World and the sons of the To sit in their pomp and pride ; Hut the poor, who were clad in shabby array, Sat meekly down outside. "You give too much to the poor," said the World "Far more than you ought to do ; If they are In need of shtlicr and food, Why need it trouble you ? Go take jour money and buy rich robes, Uuy horses and carriages fine; liny pearls and jewels and dainty food ; Iluy the rarest and costliest wine. My children they dote on all these things, And If you thf-i-r love would win, You must do as they do, and walk In the waj s The action of the postmnfltcr of El Paso In refusing to allow tho El Paso Times to bo transmitted through tho mail simply because it contained as news an Associated Press dispatch giving a synopsis of tho opinion of tho Supremo Court of Louisiana compelling tho Secretary of Stnto to submit at tho noxt amendment election a constitutional passed by tho last general assembly extending tho charter of tho Louisiana years, is Stato Lottery twenty-flv- o deserving of tho severest condemnation and censure, not only becauso of the injustico of such an arbitrary proceeding, but upon grounds of public policy. Tho business manager of tho Times very properly had tho postmaster, who bears tho historic name of Smith, arrested for unlawfully detaining mail matter, and he was bound over to appear before a commissioner for trial, but tho punishment whatever it will be, even if ever meted out after many months of delay, will not fit tho crime. Nothing short of absolute and immediate oflicial decapitation, with whatever other punishment the, law provides, would bo proper for such officious intermeddling with tho mails. If tho United States mail is to be subjected to such scrutiny and exclusion by tho at El Paso, the postmasters at tho various other cities, towns, villages, hamlets and crossroads In tho Stato and throughout tho United States have tho same right, powor and authority, and aro of courso at liherty to do just as tho postmaster at El Paso has done. If tho postmaster can stop the transmission of a newspaper becauso it has in it tho dlcision ot a court in regard to tho Louisiana lottery, ho can also stop it becauso It mentions tho namo of tho lottery in it, and if ho can do this ho can stop tho Post, because it incidentally mentions tho namo of tho Louisiana Lottery Company in criticising his oflicial conduct. If he can do this, however, lie can ovcrrido the strongest bulwark of the liberties of the people and violato ono of the plainest provisions in tho constitution of tho United States, thereby completely throttling tho press. Upon grounds of public policy the United States government should not tolerato such tampering with the mail. It throws open tho doors to fraud and, o if permitted, will tend to make tho inefficient and unreliable. Why not detain a letter suspected of containing a lottery advertisement, and why not open it to ascertain if tho detention is legal? If its contents aro legal why thon of courso it might be permitted to continuo on its journey. Tho great wrong done wowspapor publishers, howover, is to allow a postmaster to authoritatively detain mail matter which in his opinion is illegal. Ho ought not to bo permitted to do this. If tho publisher has committed any wrong ho can bo held responsible and bo made to suffer the penalty ; but a postmaster may detain an entire edition of a newspaper, entailing a heavy loss upon tho publisher, and yet when tho matter conies to a final trial tho court may decide that the papers aro mailable. Tho damago has thon been dono tho publisher, and there seems to be no adequate remedy for him. Supposo tho politics of a nowspaper aro objcctionablo to tho postmasters gonerally, and throughout tho Stato they chooso to hold a paper becauso in their opinion it is not mailable, it would thus put it within tho powor of tho postal department to stop tho circulation of a news, paper and bankrupt it, leaving tho publisher with a lot of suits against postmasters as assets. Such n stato of affairs leaves newspaper publishers without adequate remedy, and to allow such arbitrary conduct on tho part of officious postmasters is contrary to tho institutions of this government, and a violation of tho legal maxim that each wrong has its adequate remedy. Houston (Tex.) Post, May 10. post-master ser-vic- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Moorman & Peeler, Come ! Come ! Come ! CLENDEANE, KY. HEADQUARTERS FOR s LAUGHTERED PRICES OF To tho great Feast of ! Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Wo-havoju- Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to ic. received a very largo and beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. i yards wide formerly sold WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which wc arc closing out at Fine Persian Lawns for 25 cts. and Mulls 12$ to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. , $' . prices winch will astonish you. " India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. , " " andEmbroider-e- d Bleached Cotton best brand Hope 8$ cts. worth 10. Lodics' Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. GOODS. Mulls. Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12A. In Dress Goods wo aro displaying Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to 75 cts. and Gent's Shoes at all prices. anc solid Colors nt unprccedentedly low 35 cts. to SI .00 per yard. Also a full line Ladies' All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days only. Don't of Whlto Skirting Goods, ranging in prices. Gall and see tho beauties wo are fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this aucprices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. displaying. Calicos, including Indigos nt 5 cts. tion closes. Wc mean business nnd will do what wc say. Respectfully. per yard. WITT & MEADOR, Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black They will sell you Ginghams for 8 and 9 cts., worth 10 and 12. tancocs, uest vnamoray styles irom 5 to 0 cts. worth 0 to 7. Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 35 cts. worth only 2 for the days only. FOR 'THEX NEXXT TKN DAYS. 11 WITT MEADOR, i J cxt ten u DRESS " Wo have just received a ucauuuu lino of Main Street, IIARDINSBURG, KY. Sp nn. .of cost. Clothin: & Which wo aro selling at prices which astonish every ono who examine the line. In GROCERIES wo lead in prices, wo arc selling them regardless Call and see our line, tho most completo ever brought to the country S3 MOOKMAN BEELEK, GLENDEANE, KY. 111 (S-JB- S3 Wo aro also agents for tho Celebrated 'Studebaker" wagons an the "Oliver Chilled" Plow. Wo sell tho Ilorso Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade of Fertilizer, tho best on the market, call and get our pneo before buying We will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. Sho Cuii.ht u Iliirliir. An amusing story is told of an counter which recently took placo A Success. enbe- The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at MMttaWltlK,VaiTXUrDtHliXSJiriHTBHr&eSI. . lBUTaaT-BM)- U la tUSiu nhHlil WriUtkaab UflMWraii(OMIMlulilrralfloutlM. BfUE MEDK5AU CO., BUFfALO, N. V. K Thoro nro some patent medicines that aro moro marvelous than a dozen doctors' prescriptions, but they're not thosq that profess to euro everything. Eyerybody, now and thon, leola "run down," "played out." They've tho will, but no power to generato vitality. They're not sick enough to call a doctor, hut just too sick to bo well. That's Church where tho light kind of a patent medWalked closely hand and heart. icine comes in, and does for a dollar And only the Master, who Knowcth all, what tho doctor wouldn't do for less Could tell the twq ap irt. than fivo or ten. Wo put in our claim Then the Church sat down at her ease and said, for Dr. Pierce's Golden 'Madlcal Discov" urn rich and my goods increase; have need of nothing, or aught to do, Hut to laugh and tl ince and feast," The sly World heard and he laughed In his siccves, And mocking s lid, aside "The Church Is fallen, the beautiful Church, And her shame Is her boast and her pride." The angle drew near to the mcrcj'-sca- t, And whispered In sighs her name, Then the loud anthems of rapture were hushed And hcrfr were covered with shame, And a voice was henrd at last by the Church, I'rom lllm who sat on the throne, "I know thy works, and how thou lust said, "I am rich and hast not known That thou art naked, poor and blind, " And wretched before my face ; Therefore I from my presence cust thee out, And blot thy name from Its place." I ery. AVo claim it to bo an unequaled remedy to purify tho blood, and invigorate tho liver, Wo claim it to bo lasting in its effects, crcating"an appetite, purifying tho blood iind preventing Billions, Typhoid nnd Maliu-Ja- l fovers if taken in 'time. The timo to take it is when you first fool tho signs of weariness and weakness. Tho timo to take it, on 'goneral principles, is now. JbEssfr ti AVJZCdy mm Mmm. m. jTTar THE BEST 5 3W MEDICINE CHEXPIWT OOH6IDRIHQ QUALITY AND 8I2E OF DOSE. AND OHROKIO CONSTIPATION. LIVER CHILL CURE. XEDICINE ANOWN C. 0. MARTIN, VS.. IT WILL ALSO OTHRSJ DYSPEPSIA, ILI0U8HE8S, A Duty to Yourself. ' -- fP& frV. F'. F Jk. 4J : uamo money. Dr. Ackor'B English pills and Ky aro a positivo euro tor Clovarport, all liver troubles. Thoy nro small, sweet, J At u r A beautiful skin, bright oyes, sweet easily taken, and do not gripo. Sold by 7t!iF 1.nl1 nnAil annntUn vtlf...ma 1im1i. G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers never dfc Moador, llardlnsburg, Ky. TTF gripo or cause nausea. Mild but sure, Hire blood and gjood health result from assist rather than force. Beet littlo pill fcl It k um of De WlUV for' sick hcadacho, chronic constipation, dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. lUiy the Xonarch Shirt aidby.G.W.SJwrt. BRUSSIIT NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICC. surprising that pcoplo will uso n common ordinary pill when thoy can securo a valuahlo English ono for the It Is Tho increasing provalcnco of tho scientific spirit, with its passion for exact statement, makes it moro and moro necessary for men to say precisely what thoy mean and nothing else. "What Is your lost namo, iny little man?" asked tho now teachor. "Tommy," answered tho boy. "Indeed! What la your full name?' "Tommy Jones." "Then Jones Is your last namo." ".No, ma'am, oxcuso rao. When I was born my namo was Jones, and thoy didn't give mo tho other for moro than a month." Youth's Companion. l'lrst mid Last. Srsprill. Tho growth of population and area In London is marvelous. A recent return Is Life Worth Living? shows that tho metropolis comprises 700 Not if yougo through tho world a dyspep- square miles and a population of fivo tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro cud a half millions. a positivo cure for tho .worst forms of Sloop does not always visit those rackDyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and ed with a cough unless the great remedy Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by "0. C. C, Certain Cough Cure" is taken G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt and tho Cough cured. Sold by J. W. & Meador, Hardiusburg, Ky. Owen. Ono peculiarity of tho principal dances Don't use bitter and nauseous mixof savago nations is that in nearly every tures when you can get "C. C. C. Certain mstance thoy imitato the movements of Chill Cure." Pleasant to tnko and guaranimals. Thii is evidenced in tho buf- anteed to euro Chills and Fever. Sold falo and bear dances of tho Nor.th American Indians, tho bear danco of the by J. W. Owen. Kamtchatkans nnd tho kangaroo dance I'oouluir 'I auto In urtu. of tho aboriginal Australians, Sir Humphrey Davy, it is siiid, "rarely savand on fever Doc- washed himself; to put tho plea of Constipation, blood-poisoon his clean linen ing timo he used tors' bills nnd funeral oxpenses costabqut over his dirty, so that ho has been known two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Littlo to wear nt tho saino timo five shirts and Early Risors cost a quarter. Tnko yonr five inirs of stockings," Hero is a rare example of tho indiffcrenco of tho man choice. Sold by G. W. Short. of genius to tho mero husk, or series of Art is always its own bestroward, and husks, which keep that royal part of tho poet's diarcht object in lifo most him, his mind, in working order. Yot always bo to givo to tho world "the was not Sir Humphrey a mere sloven, message that in him Jjurns." Still, ho content nt nil times with tho first article needs friends, icquirei leisure, wants of clothing upon which ho might lay Ids Tlmclcer.iy once wroto to a hand. Though ho was so reckless in the bread. friend, "Our twopenny reputations get matter of shirts upon common occasions, us at lenfit twopence-halfpenny.- " when ho used to go fishing "ho would wear green," to resemblo vegetable Hfo It Is quito iho fashion now to.tako Do as much as possiblo, so that tho trout Witt's Littlo Early Risers for liver, stom- might havo some difficulty in distinach and bowel disorders. Thoy aro small guishing tho biped from tho mere roots of field; nnd when shooting ho wore a pills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Short tho scarlet cap, "to shield himsolf from ucci-dosell them. from other guns." All tho Yeai Round. In a ury.judicioni diototlo outlinofor A remedy lies within reach of every reducing obesity, from tun to twenty ono in "C. 0. C. Certain Cough Curo," drops of liquet pot.isMU are given in a tho great specific for Coughs, Colds and glass ot water thiee times n day, und tho food is largely composed of uncooked all Throat and Lung diseases. Sold by local fruits, Wmon-j- , oranges, succulent J. W. Owen. salad vegetables, acil wines, lean meat, Tho Duke of Edinburgh has ono of the White bloode 1 fii.h. cniuc, and poultry, lemonade, buitoVuiilk, and tea and toast largest collections of postago stamps in England. There Is ono privnte collecIf food sours on tho stomach, digestion tion in tho kingdom that is valued at is defective Do Witt's Littlo Early $250,000. Risers will remedy this. Tho famous litCatarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and tlo pills that never gripe and novcr disapmost diseases originato from impure point. Sold by G. W, Short. blood. Cleanso it, purify it with Do When in need of Bill Heads', Letter Witt's Sarsuparlllaand health la restored, strength regained. Sold by G. W, Shoit, Heads, and Envelopes call on us. 1 nt tween Mrs. George Blttleraorgan, of Liberty, Va., und a burglar. Her husband had been called away during tho evening and sho was left in tho house alone with her two littlo children. Some errand called her upstairs for a few minutes, and whilo there sho fancied sho heard a slight noiso in tho hall below, but, It ceasing In a moment, nothing moro was thought of it. When sho returned to her sitting room, howover, bIio soon noticed that tho clock had stopped running. It was an old fashioned eight day piece nearly nino feet high and very massive. Mrs. Bittlemorgan, thinking It had run down and needed winding, started toward it with tho intention of getting it going again, and had nearly reached it when sho saw a man about to dart out of It. As ho mado tho movement, howover, ho brought tho clock down on its faco and upon himself as well. In trying to get oi t of tho way ho tripped and fell over n rug. Before ho could scramble from under Its very consldernblo weight tho quickwitted lady seated herself on tho clock, calling at tho same timo to tho children to run out of tho houso und pcroam for help. This speedily camo, and tho man, who confessed to having secreted himself in tho clock for tho purposo of burglarizing tho houso, was carried to jail, and Mrs. Bittlemorgan much complimented on her bravery and presenco of mind. Philadelphia Times. Royal Germetuer is established as a remarkable success. Thousands of testiWo carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture' monials attest its virtue Many of these aro given by men nnd women of tho at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made highest standing in tho most honored from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.00 walks of lifo. Saddles, $1.75, In the midst of a flourishing and rap- and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75o, 90c and 1.00. 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wc carry a line idly increasing business, tho prico is reduced from $1.50 to SI per bottlo. This of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at is dono in tho interest of thoso very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The in lifo deter them from Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainpaying tho higher price. Tho rich will ing to the trade. Wo have a large line of Collars, Haines and Chains, buy it at any price, but tho managers Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. feel that a medicine which possesses Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds such wonderful powers should bo placed of repairs and make new work to order. within tho reach of tho poor. Many will pay vou to examine our stock. have said Hint Germetuor was tho cheapest medicine on tho market. When It is remembered that a bottlo of Germetuer makes a gallon of medicine ready for use, it is certainly cheaper than ordiOF nary medicine in a bulk, and when tho powers of tho medicine aro taken into account, tho prico amounts to almost nothing. CONSUMPTION Germetuer is tho coming success that SCROFULA Capital Stock $25,000. has already como. Ask your druggist BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS for it, and if ho cannot supply you write B. P. BEARD, President. to E. M. Coleman, Goneral RepresentaCOLDS WILL MILLER, CURES Wasting Disoasea tive, Louisvillo, Ky. Send for book conM. U. BEARD, Cashier. taining particulars nnd history of won- Q. W. BEARD "j Wonderful Flesh Producer. derful cures. Directors. MORRIS ESKRIDQE o iiittiMirew s It id. ECA.v:BiJE3,n:oiT- BANK HAHDIUSBUHG WHAT SCOTT'S R. M. JOLLY. J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Lou!svIMe,Hardinsburg&.Western R III No. 6 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at S.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. East Hound Trains West Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dall) STATIONS, ex faun, ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 5 No. 1 0:tOim 11 15ini I.v Irvlnplon Ar tU.Sim fi4Sp 4 50 Garhcld 912 1142 715 7 37 7 45 7 65 ll.VS.im 1206IW1 12 13 1.-Uardin-liur- Many hava gained ono pound per day by its use. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret romody. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-phitc- s and pure Nonvogian Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largely incroasod. It is used by Physicians all over tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. GOTT& BO WHE, Chemists, N.Y. Junction f; llarncd 85. 8 44 8 37 8- 4- 416 4 00 3 48 3- -4 910 9 47 1041 1101 828 852 1231) 12 47 3 1015 1029 1120pm IX 105 120 129 148 2 00pin ArFordvllleI.v Junction Kirk Jolly Glendcane ltockvalc Kuth Askln- Oaks 815 8 7 7 7 03 44 29 20 -8 3 00 220 148 129 -3 712 657 12 48 1221 6 15 1 m 12 Win THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LIRE. (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) To curo Biliousness, Sick Hc.idacho, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take tho safo and certain remedy, SHORTEST, QUICKEST SMITH'S St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS AND BEST LINE TO BILE BEANS bottle). THEY AM! TUB TTno West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. tho SMALL Nlio (01lttlo Beans to tho MOST CONVENIENT. d in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, Sultnblo ior ull per llottlc. Price of cither wlc, ggc. Ago.. B I V W I II W HiIM for eti. (eoFPri r iuidpi. Iif. SMITH &C0.1Ik.rier'mLEI!EJUNS,"ST.t01IIS Ha. 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p. in. ..4:10 p.m. ...7:25 Atr St. Louis 7:45 9:50 p.m. Ev.nsville 2:25 ' For further Information, call on or address, Lr. Louisville JOS S ODI0RNE, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Kj. B. L. BRYANT. Trar. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. HsHHHW ASENCVJorN GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for ( Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cemont, Mich igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Apuaphletof Information anaub- tirmcioi ins iwi, mowing How to uduud iiiuu, cTeu. urns, wnt uuu, MUNN A U. s3Hl Brond-a- r. v v ipr tint ti r. ruw xr. Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept ob hand, Orders accompanied by cash prompt' !y filled. Purlrlca tho blood, increases tho circti-laticexiwls poisonous humors nnd builds up tho system. Wlmt moro do you want it modicino to perform? Do "Witt's Saraaparillrt Is relinblo. Sold by G. AV, Short. n, . Tfc. n Jt t JAr l JW SiMaXSAi. f? , JJwrAt WJMJMMMMJfcjMMMMMMBMJaM(Ma3a - I M - i ,;.!7,A Jt ?. uTS: - V-- .. ,". . c..r T J v . &.l,' ' nWsJitfty -- . '' 'ujuiniu jBEzamaimmmm r , .. ""-- . , iinimml trir- - "" jAlflmiiitflirtirii ' nn i miisaiisMtmiiimHs1lBH tiiw'MW"-"'- "nwr mwKti"'!ri flgggqsiiMMaittasJtMMMNMMMSAyfj ti 'p t."' v- . EJffTVv .- -'.. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891. Kdltora an J JNO. D. A VIKGII. G. HAM1AHK, Proprietor. it Express Tiooal i & T. Local Time Card. Ii St. 10.05 a.m. Mall'and Express going East I. ii Freight " " ii Wett -- 11.07 a.m. Ea.t 5.58 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 Kat West a.m. W Thk Tcoplo'e Tarty has put out a state ticket in Iowa. If anybody thinks thero nrc any flies on Severe in" this raco let him danco up and show ids hand. Thk United States Supremo Court has adjourned after deciding 017 cascs the highest number on record at a single ' tenn. h I r I.v a very largo number of counties in the State, the Farmer's Alliance are putHow's This ting out their candidates for the LegislaWe oiler Ono Hundred Dollars reture. ward for any caso of catarrah that canGnxsn Avenuo Cavo in Edmondson not bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrah county, has been sold to a Nashvillo Cure. F J CHENEY & CO., PropsToledo, O. Storago Company, who it is said will use Wo the undersigned have known F. it as a storago room in which to put their J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him pcifectly honorable in all A monument to tho Confederate soldiers, of Mississippi, was unveiled at Jack- business transactions, and financially son, Miss., last Thursday amidst tho nblo to carry out any obligations made greatest enthusiasm, and in tho presence by their firm. I Ws print elsewhere a communication from Mr. J,T. Wheeler and tho resolutions of the Farmer's Mutual Denofit Alliance, held May 30th, 1801, nl Look Out, declaring for tho support of the Third Party ticket for Stato offices and for Dr. Harned for the Legislature. Our columns aro open for all proper matters of public interest, so aro they open for No Third our respectful comment. Party over succeeded in the histoiy of any nation. They have always ended a fitful existence after a fow struggles, accomplishing nothing. Further than this, tho sounder judgement of tho great body of tho pcoplo teaches that the Democratic party has always opposed high tariffs, monopolies, aggregation of capital in dangerous forms, and lias never enacted a law in nil its history on. couraging them, and has never had power to repeal ono of them. If tho pcoplo will put that party again in power and keep them thero for a few years, they will trtio to their instinct and history, remove tho evils of which tho agricultural and laboring interests complain. HARDVNSBURG DEPARTMENT. V. . BAHHAOG L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIKU IMItor WEST. Panenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:05 p.m. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. ..7:49 a.m. OOIKO EAST. Pasionger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg.. 8:55 a.m. Mixed (ex, Sundsy) arr. " - 3:55 p.m. County Court next Monday. Father Pike went to Louisville Mon- of 30,000 people. i West Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan A Marvin, WholeThe members of the Democratic Stato Central Committeo will meet at Louis- sale Druggists, Toledo, O. to decide upon a plan of Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internalville conducting tho State campaign this sum- ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. mer. sent free. Price 7oc. per bottle. The opponents of the new Constitution CSold by all Druggists. at Lexington, Ky., to will meet IRVINGTON. hold a conference and decido upon the best method of bringing out tho vote of Capt. Jno. Winter is at West Point. tho Stato to defeat tho instrument. Work is fairly begun on the new grain The Legislative race is getting in a elevator. mighty tangle down in Daviess county. Ab. Newman has returned from a short Some prominent men there who wjsh to stay in Louisville. become candidates are holding ofT hopMisses Drury and Jolly, of Dowley-vllling to strike the popular wave later on. wero in the city Saturday. Hon. Newt. Potrio, of Hardinsburg, The business end of tho paper is down has charge of tho night office here. at Paducah this week having his annual Mr. Green Dandy was unanimously outing with tho newspaper fraternity. It lias so happened that whenever there elected school trustee of tho 01st, dislias been anything in the shape of a good trict. Chas. Nethcrton, of tho L., St. L. & T. timo ahead for a member of tho family has always gotten down on Mr. John was compelled to quit on account of illit ness. D's, side of tho ledger. Messrs. Will nnd Horace Manning nnd fruit to keep until such time as they may their wives, from near Cloverport, aro "Why visiting Tom. Manning. wish to put it on tho market. should this company have gone over to Juvenile Day at Bowloyvillo last SunEdmondson on the hunt of such a thing day was well represented by Irvington. when thoy would have found one in this Tho little children under tho managecounty near Kosettn, supei lor to siny in ment of Mrs. W. J. Piggott acted their the world for storago purposes. Tho part perfectly. Tho decoration of tho cave at Kosetta is a natural refrigerator church by tho artibtic supervision of Miss furnishing its own supply of ice all the Lucy Frank was superb. Tho dinner was year round, winter and summer. all that a dinner-coul- d be, both in variety and quantity. IlKPncsKNTATivK Will Miller says, the Below is given the program of the new Constitution is a good instrument. musical to bo given hero on tho evening He was present and heard every section of tho 13th. Tho railroad makes a ono of it discussed in tho Convention and d and rato from all points good thinks it could not bo much improved until the 17th. The hotels make a half upon. Mr. Miller has had several hund- rato for all visitors. By special request red copies of the Constitution distributed tho entertainment will be repeated at Let among tho citizens of tho county. Webcsteron tho evening of tho 10th, for them read it and decido for themselves the benefit of the methodists at that place in August whether thoy will voto for it. Three handsome pianos from D. II. Baldwin & Co., will bo in use. EveryJudge J. A. Murray will speak at body should como as tho expenso will next Monday on the political bo scarcely nothing. issues of tho day. This announcement PilOORAM. should assuro tho Judge a large attentive I. (lii.irtctlc. i pianos. "Marclic Ilongroisc." and representative audience. It has been KowaUkl. Mlhscs Ilcnnct, MunCcml, It. Wash many years since ho addressed an audiington and Coodson. ence of liis homo people on the question ii. Male Qiiirtcttc Messrs. Allen, llewley ami Mercer, of politics and there w ill doubtless bo a ill. Vocal Solo. "Dear Heart." Matlic. Miss largo turn out. Judge Murray has Mamie Washington, abundance of facts and argument to preIV. Trio. 2 pianos. "Tawzituck Walt." sent and will speak to tho point. Wolir. Misses S. Henry, Drake, Pool, WashTest!-monnls to-de, one-thirHnr-insbu- day. Cradlo and mowing blades at Beard & Bcelcrs. Amos Board and Will Lcnnin went to Louisville Monday. Tho latest thing in window shades at Beard & Bccler's. f Mr. Newt Petrio has tho position as night operator at Irvington. For cash Bargains go to Beard k Beoler. Mr. Thomas Withers qualified as constable in this district last Monday. Just received at Beard A Bccler, a largo lot of fruit jars. Prices reduced on summer suits at ' Beard & Becler's. to keep the I go ov-- r to Custer y white caps off Milt Board and Bob Glasscock. Tho County Court has granted license to John II. Walker nnd Samuel Taul to keep a coffce-hous- o in Stcphcnsport. Wm. Aid, of Cloverport and George P. Nottingham, of Hudsonvillc, have lately been commissioned as Notary Public. Capt. George Mercer was in town last Monday and n discussion of things, political, took a lively turn about the court house. Miss Ella Goodson will give a musical concert at Irvington on tho 13th, assisted by her sister Miss Fannie and a number of pupils. Col. Alf Allen left last Monday for Salt Lake City whero he will rcmnin about a mouth, nnd may be longer, witli his son Horace. Most all of tho newly elected magistrates camo in on tho first Monday in this month, produced their commissions, and were regularly qualified. It is reported that Mr. Wm. Glasscock who was elected in tho Forks of Rough district will not qualify, as ho expects to move to Texas. Dr. Ben Harned was in town last Monday. Mr. Severs requested him to agree with him on n list of appointments for public speaking during the canvass this summer. This Mr. Harned refused to do. Mr. Sovcrs will probably arrange a list of appointments himself which he will publish later. Remember Mrs. linttlo Griniloll'e musical Friday ovening, every ono invited. ANNOUNCKMENTS. Mr. James Bland has a handsome now We aro authorised to announce stage for tho transportation of passengers OU3. W. MCHAilDSON, to nnd from the depot. to the Legislaas a candidate for Claronco Ncafus, son of G. L. Neaftis, ture from Meade county, subject to the action is now living in St. Louis, working for of the Democratic- primary, June 13, 1891. tho snmo firm that employed him in Misa Bona Clarkson is visiting relaLouisville. One of tho firm wroto Ids tives here. mother that ho was ono of their most Mr. Geo. Woolfolk spent a few days in trusted employees, and thoy wero only sorcy more such boys could not bo turntho city lost week. Misa Florenco Tooiney, of Louisville, ed looso on tho world. Clarenco is ono of our homo boys nnd wo rejoico to hear is visiting friends here. such praise of him nnd wish him conMr. and Mrs. Henry Livers, Guston, tinued success. wero in our burg Monday. We regret vory much to learn of tho Mr. Matt Sanders of Elizabethtown serious illness of little Jcnniu Fairloigh, visited our burg last week. daughter of D. W. Fairloigh, and hope Mr. Gus Brown is happy over tho ad- oro long she will be entirely recovered. vent of n baby girl in his family. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wnthen nnd Miss Mrs. Jesso Clarkson, of Big Spring, Johnson are in Louisville helping to minister to tho littlo sufferer. was in town shopping Monday. Childrens' day was celebrated nt tho Mrs. Orley Richardson and daughter, M. E. Church hero Sunday. Tho exorMiss Eva, wero in town Mondny. Messrs. Worth and Boyd Withers, of cises wero very interesting. Tho church was prettily decorated and filled with nn Muldraugh, spent Monday,, let hero. - appreciative audience. Tho littlo folks Messrs. Gabo Meadoi nnd deserve special mention, for thoy did reJacobs, of Big Spring, spent Monday markably well and gave evidence of here. careful training. Dr. Lon Moremen came down Friday Marion Archcraft, of Kenton county, night nnd will spend his vacation at who beat his wifo in such a horrible home. manner, has a son living at Mr. Dick Miases Jennie McDonald and Hallie Smith's in this county. When Arch-craof Big Spring wero in town Crawford fled from Kenton county ho came Tuesday. to his son, but tho nows of his crime hnd Mrs. Robert Young nnd Miss Bettie preceded him nnd when ho readied Mr. Young, of Sandy Hill, visited our town Smith's the son had departed for Kenton Tuesday. county to look after his mother. Messrs Mr. A. W, Moremen visited tho city Smith nnd Chism arrested Archcraft, last week nnd purchased a handsome brought him hero nnd gave him up to sulkcy. tho authorities. He was placed in jail Quito a wind storm accompanied tho and Judgo Rawiings telegraphed tho rainfall Thursday, and several trees wero sheriff of Kenton county who arrived Friday nnd took charge of tho prisoner. blown down. BRANDENBURG. Worth Variety i I ' 4 Y THESE ARE THE Corner :. . Stones OF OUR u-X ft ESTABLISHMENT. V"EJST DRY GOODS Judge last week to tho effect that tho new bridgo across the north fork of Bough was giving way. Judge Adkisson sent n man down to investigate it and the only trouble was that a number of bolts in the bridge had become loose nnd needed tightning. This was attended to and tho bridgo is now all right. A report came to to tho County There's a sharp rivalry between the towns down on the L. II. & W. branch for business in tho mercantile line. At Jono's Station, Jones & Bro. are currying things with a whoop and selling a world of goods for cash. At Glendeano, tho station above. Moorman A Beeler, the two young enterprising merchants there are holding out big bargains and spreading over considerable territory. This firm is building a new storo house nt Jolly Station whero they will soon open out another stock. Young, active, enterprising men mako themselves felt whether on tho busy thoroughfares of a great city or in tho rural suburbs of n good county. Pepokts gathered from different sec- tions of tho county within tho last ten days go to show that tho tobacco crop will bo much lighter than common. The toiling farmer seems to have fallen out with tho production of tho weed in this county, and is turning his attention to things that promise better returns for the labor invested. Tho tobacco market seems to have reached tho bottom on prices everywhere on account of an over production. Oun next Legislature will be called upon to make an appropriation sufficcnt to exhibit Kentucky's resources at the World's Fair in 1893. Tho Fair is a great way oir, it is true, but it is suggested that to get tho people interested in tho matter cannot begun to soon. Our Stato should have nn exhibit at tho World's Fair that will in overy way bo' credible. This will require tho expenditure of a considerable sum of money, and the icoplo should bo early aroused to tho importance of it. Di'Rixn Decoration Day exercises at Whitesville, Daviess county, a number of Grand Army men were attacked by a gang of roughs. Thoy dragged thospenk-c- r from tho stand, tore up tho floral emblems and dispersed tho assembly. Tho veterans went to Whitesville whero they wero again attacked by tho roughs, who seriously cut two men, Hurl Taylor, leader of tho roughs, was fatally wounded. Dave Smith was stabbed in tho abdomen. I suppose your correspondent from Bowleyville will give a full account of tho Childrens' Day exercises that took ington, Hccim.lt and JIaygood. place in tho Methodist church thero last v. Vocal Solo. "On Venice Waters." Itoc-ilSunday; but as tho News representative en Miss Ilculah Bennett. vt. Piano Solo. "Sonata Op (a. No. 2." Kuh- - I wish to bo allowed to interposo and say I.M. Miss ltee Washington. that I was present and witnessed tho vii. Vocal Solo. "Love's Proving" I.ohr. proceedings throughout tho entiro day, Miss Ellen Mnnford. and tho whole program was ono that vim. "nridal Choms," from "Uosc Maiden." would bo hard to excel any whero. Tho Cowcn. IX. Duett. 2 pianos. "Schncelockchcn, No. 4." entiro school took part in tho exercises Ilehr. Miues Ilatle and Virginia Hcrndon, which consumed nearly all tho day. The Mabel Pool and S.lllle Henry. x. Aria and Scene. "The Kerry for Shadow-town.- " pupils wero well drilled and acquitted themsolves admirably. The main feaSolo Mrs. Y. Harrison. XI. Vocal Solo. "In Qiicsto Semplice." llent- ture of tho program was tho singing Icy. Miss 1'rancc Ooodson. which was exceedingly woll tendered. xti. Grand duo dc Concert, "llelisario." Mrs. Piggott, assisted by Misses Blanche Uonirctte. Misses Mamie and Uie Washington, xiii. Vocal Solo. "Venice Sleeps." Mattii, Jolly, Lena Drury, Lucy Frank and Miss Kllcn Munford. several "01110 arranged tho exercises for xiv. Kindergarten Cantata. "Sleepy Sue" the day and worked manfully to make it Illedcrinalm. a success. Tho numerous words of XV. Vocal Solo. "Illrd of the Wlldwcxid." prniso bestowed upon them from tho Meyers. Miss Mamie Washington. xvi. Male Qiiartitte. Messrs. Allen, llewley audience for tho manner in which tho and Mercer, wholo affair was so interestingly gotten xvil. Vocal Solo. "O Mlo rcrnando," from up, well repaid them for their labor. "I.a Favorit 1" Donizetti. Miss Prance Good-soTho crowd in attendance was unusually XVIII. Piano Solo. "Old Polks at Home." largo for such an occasion. Dinner was S. II. Mills. 11.1110. Mlsit llcttle McGhte ; Orspread on tho grounds nnd thero was gans Mrs. J. II. Wimp and Mrs. II, M. jolly; enough good eating for ovorybody. Violins. Miss I.ockard and M uter John Hendn. Mrs. Dr. Dave Pusoy isvlsitingrelatives in Lebanon. She isnecompanied by Miss May Dee Pusey. Misses Fannio Brashenr and Frymire, of Preston, wero in town shop ping Wednesday. Mr. Mike Flaherty, of Flaherty, was in town Monday and Tuesday, guest of Mr. E. Bondurnnt. Mr. Mason McMoniglo camo down Saturday night nnd spent Sunday with his parents hero. Mr. and Mrs. AVm. M. Ditto nnd daughter Carrie, spent a couple of days in the city last week. Tliecandidates for the Legislature spoko here tho 1st, and tho town was full of peoplo in consequence. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lewis left Monday morning for a visit to their daughtor Mrs. J. L. Mnlin, Pincvillo. Misses Hardin, of Bennetts' district, spent Saturday night with their nephew, J. D. Hardin and family. Mr. Fred P. Watson, of Mt. Vernon, 111., spent a couple of days with Mr. II. C. Rawiings' family last week. Mr. J. I). Babbago, the popular editor and proprietorof tho BkkckknmixjeNews, was in town Monday attending Court. Miss Mattio Leo Moremen returned Monday from n three weeks' visit witli her aunt Mrs. Chas Drury, Bowleyville. Misses Ida and Nettie Meador, of Elizabethtown, will nrrivo this week and visit their undo Judgo Woolfolk nnd family. Miss Nellie Radley and brother, mas-to- r Isaac, of Paducah. aro hero visiting their grand parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fairloigh. Mr. James Richardson is erecting a very nent frame residence on West Hill next to his father, Mr. J. D. Richardson's residence. Mr. and Mrs. John Frakes spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas Drury, Bew-villand nttended tho childrens' day oxercises. Miss Nellie Richardson is visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Ncllio nnd her mother will board with Mrs. Masena Fountain this summer. Miss Georgio Moremen and Master Eugene Fountaino went to Bowloyvillo Saturday nnd romnlned over Sunday, tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Drury. Mrs. James Fairlelgh was in Louisvillo a couple of days last week called thero by the illness of her grand daughter Jennie Fairloigh. She has a very malignant form of diphtheria. Drs. Will Csutcher, Garrett; AVillett, of Ekron; Hamilton, of Graliampton; Payne, of Paynesvillo, nnd sevoral other physicians nttended tho Medical Association hero tho 1st. Miss Maud Ilerndon attended the commencement exercises of Science Hill Academy, Shelbyville, whero her sister Miss Eva attends school. Miss Eva returned homo with her Wednesday. Miss Mnggie Green is nt homo irum Lexington where she has been attending school. Miss Maggio visited Frankfort beforo her return nnd was present at the unveiling of tho Blackburn statue. c, Weak Women.. Tho inoro sensitive nnturo of tho female sex renders women much moro suscoptiblo than men to thoso numerous ills which spring from lack of harmony in the system. Tho nervous system gives way, sick headacho is frequent, tho appetite is lost, and other ailments peculiar to the sex cause great suffering. Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiarly adapted for such cases, and has received the most gratifying praise for tho relief it has nfforded thousands of women whoso very existence boforo taking it was only misery. It strengthens the nerves, cures sick headacho and indigestion, purifies nnd vitalizes tho blood, and gives regular and healthy action to overy organ in tho body. and GROCERIES. $ . s - - V ' vvy. i"TSf 1W "Jh.. v ' 1 V Truth System State Teachers' Association. Tho next meeting of tho State Teachers' Association will bo held at Henderson, Juno 24, 25, 20. From present indications it will bo tho lnrgcst meeting in years. Hon. John Young Brown will doliver the address of welcome, and Hon. Ed Porter Thompson, our next Stato Superintendent of Public Instruction, will mako an addresso on "Tho Press as an Educational Factor." Hon. Wm. Harris, U. S. Commissioner of Education, nnd tho foremost living philosopher of America, will deliver nn address on "Psychology for Teachers" and this nlono will bo worth a visit to Henderson. Tho program is an unusually full ono and tho sessions will bo crowded with interesting exercises. All tho Rail Roads in tho Stato will sell tickets at ono fare for tho round trip, nnd the pcoplo of Henderson will look nftor tho comfort of all who attend. Tho President, Prof. II. C. Dietrich, of Hopkinsville, has spared no pains to mako perfect all arrangements nnd a good meeting is in prospect. Every teacher should attend. Programs "can bo obtained by addressing tho Secretary, R II. Crothors, Louisville, Ky. Practice What You Preach. Union Stah, Ky., June 5th, 1891. Having just finished reading your paper I saw an article in it from a correspondent nt "Webster that I thought worthy of somo comment, which if you think is entitled to space in your columns you may publish it. Somo person and I take it for granted ho is n member of the Alliance seems to doubt the propriety, or rather objects to placing a now party in the field. Let mo ask him in God's name what's tho uso of belonging g to a party unless you act with it, or to ono church and practice another religion. It is inconsistent. It is foolish. The political parties aro organized for tho well being nnd protection of the pcoplo. Tho two old parties havo dono much good, but thoy havo gone away from tho principles upon widen thoy were organized. Equality of rights is no longer considered in tbo old parties. Tho leading object or I may say tho only object is to legislate to enrich tho fow and rob tho many. Can wp hopo for any redress by the parties who havo lost sight of every principlo that constitutes a just government ? I would say not. If wo havo grieveancea formulnto them into platforms, put a ticket in the field, filled w ith names that aro certain to havo tho courage and ability to enact our demands into law ; then voto for thoso mon on overy occasion nnd lay by this foolishness of thinking men in either old party, who aro directly opposed to our measures, will legislate a Bingle net towards mitigating tho Wrongs of which we so justly complain. Anoth.r objection I see set up by some Alliance men is, it is too soon to form a national platform. Let mp ask why wait untill bled to death, it will bo too late then. If you aro satisfied that the farmers and laboring men havo not equal privileges under present laws, now is your timo to net, don't wnit nn hour or a minute, but- act consistent. If.you nro an Alliance man urgo tho measures and voto tho ticket straight through. If you can't do that tako your namo off tho Alllanco roll and Bay you was mistaken nnd did not understand yourself. If you over expect a reform if will come through tho united efforts of the Alliance nnd Labor element. Wo nro told if wo over get to heaven it will be through a straight road nnd narrow gate. As well try to get thero by somo other route, as to look for reform while wo net with the old cor nipt parties. How long havo tho pcoplo petitioned tho Legislatures against tho flagrant wrongs and usurpations of power, but alas it's all in vain. I belong to the Alliance in nnmo npd principle. I endorse its platform and principles. I will Bay to brother James, ho just as well tako his sign down, for tho war of 1801 ended in Cincinnntti, May Iff, 20 and 21, 1891. J. T. WiiEEi-un- . bo-lon- Dry Goods Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. bBt i r ". Are just receiving a great many of tho, very In Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, .to. More new stylos, handsome selections, choice novelties than ever before. We will grattfy your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities In the bargain. DRESS GOODS. 36 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth 4Co 2to Bio 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth .....85c 5 pes new alt Wool l)lk. Henrietta, worth 05o 4 pes new all Wool Blk. Henrietta, worth 75o 60e. Nice Double width Blk. Dress Goods at 15, 18, 20 and 2fo, worth twloe the money. In. Tact we are Headquarters on alt kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings. WASH GOODS. 4c A Lucky Woman. Decatuh, 111., Dec. 1, 1890. Mrs. Sarah 0. Dodge, of this city, bos fallen heir to $500,000 left by her grandfather, tho lato Joseph C. Hodson, of London, England. She forwarded proof of her relationship to her lawyers, and will receivo her inheritance Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1890. We nro Mrs. Dodgo's lawyers, and by her seeing our advertisement, becamo tho agents of her good fortune. If your ancestors came from tho old country, write us and incloso $1 for our list of Jieirs. Thero nro more thnn half a billion dollars in Great Britian nnd unclaimed, which rightly belong to peoplo in tho United States. to-daGer-mnny, Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domestic Styles the latest and prices the lowest. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. Extra quality Lad. Hose, rogular made worth 2&o Extra quality Lad. Blk. Hose, worth 40o 12o. 25c Extra quality Lad. Hose, fast black 8o pr pair Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 35c 20, 25c Ladles' Lisle Hose, black, at 48u per pair. II, B, Corset, all sties, at 25c. Q. C. Corset, all siies, at 48o. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4c for choice Homstltohed Handerchlefs. 8o for Gent's Offl for Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Uemstitched Handkerchiefs, bordered. Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Lace and Silk Handkerchiefs a large assortmout. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79c. 10c for all Linen Large Towels. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 5o 70. LADIES' AND MISSES' 98o for our Nellie FINE SHOES. In Button l 1 BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRY OFFICE, 104 nnd 100 Randolph St., Chicago, 111., U. S. A. and Front lace, all sites. We have a large and well assorted stock of Low Shoes In Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ac. DOMESTICS. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannelton Brown Cot- Bly,"Seod Shoes, ton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Cheek Cotton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Bleach Cotton. $1.00 for It yds. Best Bleached Cotton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Wool finish Dark Cullcos CLOTHING. l CCUfOMJ EXTRACT yfy. The Democratic party in this county needs thorough organization. It needs the counsel of her leading men upon tho manner of conducting the present campaign. A conference on Juno County Court day touching tiio work to bo dono from now until August would bo eminently proper. A few good Democrats in some of tho districts aro reported as favoring tho Alliance movement and have declared their intention to support that candidate. These have undnubtly been inisfonned and mislead into taking such a step. What thoy need is to bo shown tlto error of their way ami brought back into the fold. It was remarked not long slnco that tho growth of Cloverport within the last LOOK OUT. fivo or six years was sufficient to mako a pretty respectablo town if that part of At a meeting of tho Breckcnridg County Assembly held at Look Out on Satur- our population could be cut off to themsolves. Seven hundred people engaged day, May 30th, 1891, it was unanimously in the various pursuits of life and buildllemhed, That tho F. M. B. A. organ!-zatio- n ing and moving about among themselves present unanimously agreed to at any now settlement would bo regardsupport tho Independent State Ticket ed as a very respectablo Kentucky town. Jleeolml, That wo will uso all our influ- Such then has leen the growth of t, ence and earnest support to elect Barand yet wo havo mado no great bour for Governor, and Ben Harned for to do over it. Within another year or tho Legislature. As wo declare that our two wo promiso to do ovon better than demands as laid down in tho Ocala plat- this. form is dearer to us than any namo or party, ttpeclalhj, tho leaders of tho DemDon't Feel Well, ocrat and Republican parties who oppose And yet you are not sick enough to them. consult a doctor, or you refrain from so Resolved, That we do know that tho doing for fear you will alarm yourself great mass of tho pcoplo aro with ufl, nnd and friends we will tell you just what wo now urge them to renewed and united you need. It is Hood's Sarsaparilla, action. which will lift you out Of that uncertain, Jietolieil, That a copy be sent to tho uncomfortable, dangerous condition, inBitECKENiuiKiE News with a request to to a state of good health, confidence nnd publish same and ask Owcnsboro Journal cht'orfulness. You've no idea how poto copy. L. B. Helm, Pros. tent this peculiar medcinq is in cases T. S. Frymiro, Sec. G. O. 0. A. liko yours. Clov-orpor- ricks. XIX. Cantata. 'Milk Maids Supper." Mr. Dick Ditto has ice cream and milk shako on salo at his store, No. 411 Main street. It will doubtless bo a popular resort, unless tho young gentleman learns to hold tho purse string tight. Miss Dnisy Cahr, of Paducah, lia3 n resident of our town and seems very much pleased with her new quarters. Miss Daisy is a red Irish setter and tho proporty of Mr. Geo. Casperko. As Messrs. James and Elvis Wimp and Tim McAuliff wero going out home Monday nftcrnoon, their horso becamo fright, ened nnd ran away, throwing tho occupants out of tho buggy. Mr. Jim Wimp was badly shaken up nnd Mr. McAuliff received a number of bruises. Ono of our attorneys' bemoans tho loss of a beautiful glossy mustacho which onco did grace his lip. It was tho prldo of his life and tho envy of all his gentlemen frlonds; but, alas I tho mustache is no moro, it was crcmnted while its ownor was attempting to light his favorite pipe. Only its ashes remain now, but they havo been carefully placed, with propor ceremonies, in a handsome urn and aro on exhibition at tho attorney's oftlco. be-co- Our Stock of Clothing oomprlses the very best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Men, Suck, Straight Frock, Four Button Cutaway, Friuce Albert, In all the latest FabrI;, For Boys', Youths and Children, we have anything vou want, from the lowost to best high grade goods, ' Geo. Yeakel&Co., BRANDENBURG, KY Notice to Teachers. ".- Si. ...I II I,. II HI 1, The importance ot purifying the blood cannot bo overestimated, (or without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vltaltzo, and curlch tho blood, nnd, wb ask you to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Itstrengthens and Mia, up tne gystem, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used giro t Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- - "T- -. " O lar curative powers. No other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. It you have mado up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. nood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by nil druggists, ftcpared by I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mas. I I inai.f. Darnlloi' reUUIIdr If coif a IOO Doses On Dollar Tho following decisions of the Superintendent of 'Public Instruction have been sent to me : 1st. Every applicant for teachers certificates must bo exntnined on Smith's History of Kontucky, 2nd. A general averago of 85 per To the Democrats of ireckenridge cent., but on no subject less than CO per County. cent, will entitlo an applicant to a first Gentlemen: Having been appointed class certificate ; n percentage of 75 per Chairman of tho Democratic County cont., but on no subject less thnn C5 per Committee by the State Control Com- cent, to a second class certificate ; a mittee to Borvo in lieu of D. II. Severs, percentage of 05 per cent., but on no subject less than 60 per cent, to u third recently resigned, I ask tho hearty class certificate. of all the Democrats of tho counJames V, Millbh. S, S. 13. C. ty and theirsupportln all thoso measures that shall further tho interests of the JTeurttgla Persons And llioio troubled with nervousness resultla Democracy in this county,' from caro or overwork will be relieved by "W. K. IUrnkh, Chairman. livown's Iron Hitters. N, O, MoeeJy Sec'y. dm trade mark and crossed red IliMMOawKppM, gim ". K. "? ? rg; jj rrw-,7r'rT- w 'TPS- -- t v : r 3&oP'flF!QS XOOAL BREVITIES. Smoke tho World eigar. Nice lino of figured lawns, 5cts. STEPHENSPORT, jd., at We had good rains last week. Mr. Frank F. Ferry was in town Friday. Tho school trustees had n meeting hero Saturday. Mrs. A. T. Bennett is in New Harmony Ind., visiting her father. Rev. AVm. E. Perryclear preached Sunday in tho Baptist church. Mrs. Lizzie Paulman is visiting Mrs. Geo. Grady in Owensboro. Miss Sallio Davis is in Irvington visiting her aunt, Mrs. Joe. Claycomb. Mm. Alllco Stuckey, of Alabama, was the guest of Mrs. Leigh Isaacs last week. Dr. Clay Mosely, of Ilardinsburg, was in town last week guest of Mrs. E. P. Mosely. Mr. Creed Hayncs, of Rock Haven, was in town last week tho guest of Mrs. Henry Davis. Quito a crowd from hero attonded the dedication of the M, E. Church at Sample last Sunday. Mr. Jack. Walker moved his family hero last week. Ho and Mr. Taul will open n saloon this week. Misses Lena Richardson nnd Pink Rlcketts, of Union Star, spent last Wednesday w ith Miss Ada Hanks. Miss Emma and Mr. Bill. English returned homo Sunday from Lebanon, O., whero they had boon attending school. Mrs. Mollio Dew cose, of Kansas C ty, and Mr. Eli Ackcrman, of Sedan, Kans., attended tho tumoral of thoir father, Mr. Andrew Ackcrman. Mr. Courtland Pullcn nnd Miss Sudio Brickey were married May 21st, at Cannelton, Ind. A reception was given them by tho groom's mother, Mrs. Jacob Paul-man. Honry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. John M. Borntraogor- - I-IE- W ' . M Huler's. Go to Gregory & Go's warehouso for your ire. Mr. Jas. Hambleton has been elected city marshal. Mrs. D. It. Murray went to Nicholas-vill- e Monday. Mrs. Robccca Rickctls died last Fun-daafter a long illness. Our Btock of grocoreica is complete IX'tlV WSBfTCHi&IM and very choice. Suher's. K2V.TOY David Culley is back at his old place, Both tho method and results when in Sulzcr's grocery department. Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant and refreshing to t'notasto, and acta Whori in need of Bill Heads, Letter gcntlyyct promptly on thoKidnoys, Heads, and Envelopes call on us. Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysRemember tho A. O. U. W. entertaintem effectually, dispels colds, headnight. ment at Fisher's Hall aches and fevers nnd cures habitual C. J. Fella received yesterday sovcral constipation. Syrup c" ""gs is the car loads of sawlogs from Lodiburg. only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tho taBto and acDr. Mosely and J. E. Monarch, of ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Ilardinsburg, wcro in town yesterday. its action and truly beneficial m its Mr. L. J. Early, manager for Sterrctto effects, prepared only from tho most and his "Troubles," was hero yesterday. healthy and agrecablo substances, Geo. Jordon will make application for its many excellent qualities d a licenso to sell beer at tho Tar Springs. it to all aud have made it ' thei most popular remedy known. Tho Brick plant is now in full blast 0 Syrup of Fift. and turning out brick at tho rato of for sale in 50o and $1 bottles by all leadim; druga day. gists. Any rcfiablo drugpist who The Cloverport Cornet Band lias taken may not have it on hand will proquarters in tho third story of tho News building. cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try Do not accept Wanted A white woman to cook any substitute. and do housework. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Mns. R. R. Pierce. 8AN FRANCISt 7, CAL. Dr. F. M. Smith has opened an oflico LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, P.t. in tho room formerly occupied by G W. Short, as a drug store. S. S, It. E. Moorman has been appointed deputy county clerk vice James Ham,; & bleton resigned. m to Brcekcnridgc Tobacco was coming in pretty freely Next door Office Cloverport, Ky. Bank yesterday owing to tho recent rains which put it in good order for handling. M. Have you heard tho U.S. Marino Band at Sulzcr's. If not "Drop a nickle in tho Slot," and you will hear tho most deOffice in Dr. While's old stand up stairs. &&& lightful music. From the Phonograph. CLOVERPORT. KY. Tho ranks of Page and Esquiro were conferred on Messrs Ammet nnd R. T. . Polk, by Breckenridgo Lqdgo No. 01, Knights of Pythias last Monday night. - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891. J. L. Miller bos made a big improvew by putting in a ment in bis store-room-s Change or nildrosM. When order- handsome glass front. Mr. Miller is ono ing addros of your paper cliunccd always give tlio old an well an thoe, of tho progressing business men of tlio Always iflvo pout-offic- town. mow addreB. comity and State. If your, J. E. Keith & son bavo received a largo paper U not received rcuulurl r, -lot of marblo frotn'tho quarries at Ruttlfy . land Vt., and somo imported marblo PERSONAL. from first hands that they will mako into monuments and tombstones, for less It. L. Qclzo is in Danville, Ky. money than any firm in Ky., or Ind. in the city Friday. John Noonan was Mr. Geo. Jordan has rented the Tar Geo. Boyd went to Ilawesvillo Sun- Springs for this season, and will open day. them up next week. Ho will provido a Smitli, of Owensboro, is in tho number of now cottages, or tents, for tho Win. accommodation of guests. Ho has seVVi.- - city. of an excellent stew-a- rt J. E. Keith went to IInvcsvilleMon. cured the services and says his tabks ? from Louisville, f5 -- ,., day. will be supplied with tho very best cf 7f Jordan wont to Louisville everything to eat. A Sunday. Mr. M. S. Whitford is making a plot Charlie Miller spent Sunday in" of a now county road from Julius HarInd. din's to the Ilardinsburg pike. Ho says Leon McSavock, Victoria was in tho the distance to this town will bo shortenrity Mpnday. ed considerably and a much better road V Dr. Mosely, of Ilardinsburg was in tho secured than tho old ono. Tho matter will come up" beforo tho county court 'city yesterday. J. II. Huusche, of Cannelton, was in next Monday. This road is needed very badly and thero should bo no trouble 'tho city Friday. Cannelton, about securing it. P. II. Kccnan went to Tho poem on our first pago is publishv Ind., Saturday. by request of Mrs. J. W. Steel, of "Miss Ola Alexander is the guest of ed this city. Mrs. Steel is an old time Miss Lillio Delluy. V Rupli&t, and tho new fashioned way of a Mr. Edward Clark, of Ilawesvillo, was fiddle in tho church is not in accord in the, pity yesterday. with her ideas of church music. Tho ' Barney Squires, of Ilardinsburg, was .sentiment in tho poem expresses her &in tho city Saturday. ideas on this point. Tho fiddle has Just i,HVM. McCracken and R. N. Hudson been introduced into her church as well as tlio Methodist church, and she thinks wore in tho city Friday. C. W. Moorman returned from it is "just awful." Mrs. m 'Louisville last Wednesday. A lively littlo fight occurred at the Prof. It. P. Shacklett, of Hardinsvurg, doiot Sunday night on tho arrival of the West bound passenger train, between was in tho ci'y Sat arthy. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Moorman have Capt. Billy Aid and Ben Leo Bates. Ben Lee had been paying too much atreturned from Cincinnati. Eugono Vest tention to Capt. Aid's daughter of late, Mr. W. II. Bowmer and and the Captain had given him fair 5$ went to Louisvillo Monday. K. warning to desist, and told tho young Miss Ella Dowden, of Brandenburg, is man if ho ever caught him in her comLv the guest of Miss Pearl Miller. pany again ho would settle with him in Mrs. It. E. Moorman and Sirs. Ed. a way that ho would not forget it. Tlio S-'. Ogolsby went to Louisvillo Monday. Captain's daughter had been absent i? Mioa Vnnrl Hnnmntpr. of Imminence. from town nnd was expected homo that . ! ! r itri.L night, and Bates made it convenient to is.y., is mo guesii ox iuihh ucurgiiv ' Vest and wife went to be thero to meet her. Tho Captain was Capt. Win. returning there also, and as tho young lady stopped Wednesday, Oweusboro off tho train Bates rushed up to her to Thursday. escort her homo, and just as he did so Air. and Mrs. Julius Hanlin were in the Captain dealt him n stunning blow guest of Mr. and tlio city Saturday,-thwith his cain. Bates left bis girl and at 'Mrs.T. C.Tou&oy. once turned his attention to tho old Sam Keith, of Owensboro, was tho man nnd for five minutes as pretty a litof his father and mother, Mr. and tlo tustlo as you ever saw followed. In ' "guest 'Mrs. J. E. Keith Sunday. the scufllo Bates throw Aid to tho platMrs. Allio DeJcrnctto and daughter, form and was in tho act of jerking out of Ilardinsburg, were 1n tho his knife when parties interferred and pulled him off. Bates got decidedly tho city Monday shopping. Misses Maggie Bowmer, Lizzio Skill-ma- n best of tho fight and walked off with his ' and Laflo Lallcist returned homo girl. T ho case was before Mayor Pierco Monday, Bates was fined $o. nnd costs, night. from school Friday and Aid $1. and tho costs. Mrs. J. II. McGavock and daughter, Misa Lissie, Were tho guests of Mr. and Dentistry. "Mrs. J. T. Skillnian Monday. Dr. J. P. Williams, of tho oflico of Dr. Miss Maggie Burkett, of Cannelton, is W. B. Armendt, of Owonsboro, Ky., will tho guest of her father, Capt. James bo at tho oflico of Dr. S. S. Watkins, in Burkett, at the Cloverport Hotel. Clovoiport, on Juno'Oth, and remain five DON'T WANT YOUR MONEY TO THE LINE Let the chips fall where they, may ,t Unless wo givo you a full dollar's worth o" tlio best Clothing on earth for every dollar you leave with us. That is our way of doing Wo sell' only strictly business. honest nnd rcliablo clothing of of our own manufacture, ! t tSaSfe ONB and horcwith invito all to wo 5 an inspection of our largo and magnificent display of Men's, BUY 5j3s BU , &, Line-- : Boys' and Children's Clothing, made in tho city by strictly Louisvillo mechanics. Wo sell this clothing under a guarantee, and promise further to sell it cheaper than you would ho required stuff at other houses. to "givo up" for Eastern-mad- e oSnSnCSMjBhsJ of us, when you need anything in our Wc aro tho Lenders in oora-men- j 20,-00- WNT 9 And we want your trade. and you will never OLOTHI1TGr3I rscr Give us a trial tZ. n T ' f . a j. ' " I r "Old. Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY it PATESVILL.E. MAItRIAQE IN' HIGH CIIICI.KS. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notlcoof PIX Agnlnst Salo In J Kquity. Nancy J. KoWtson, &e., Deft. By virtue of a Judgment dm! Order of Sale of tbe Breckenridgo Circuit Court, rendered at tho April term thereof, 1891, In tho nbove tylod cause, tbe undcralgned will, on Monday, the 15th day of June, 1891, between tho heur of 10 o'clock, a. m. nnd 4 o'clock, p m., nt tho door In llnrdlmburir. Kv.. (being a County Court dny,) proceed to expose to Publla Sale, to tho highest bidder, the following described property, viz : A certain tract of land lying In this county on Sinking Creek, containing 3.'!3 acres. Also three other tracts lying on said creek and containing 24 Ji acres. Said lands constltutothe homo farm of the late Georgo Adklsson, doceascd, are well improved, and lie abaut two miles from Webster. Also four other small tracts lying In and near tho village of Uoseita, and same lands bought of Ooorge Adklsson by C. W. and S. A. Casey, Salo will bo mado pn a credit of twelvo and eighteen months. The purchaser will bo required to givo bond with approved security, bearing legal interest from .tho day of sale, with a Lien reserved upon said property, until all the purchaso money Is paid. V. 0. BABBAGC, C. B. C. C. C. George AJkljson, Ailin'r, Court-hotKo " Dr. Watkins, Physician Surgeon, n MissJosio Brashear went to Ilawes- Just four weeks ago our village was shaken from center to circumforcnco by ono of tho grandest weddings that has over taken placo in this part of our State. But on last Tuesday, May 2nd, another of equal importance took placo. The contracting parties this time wero our ability to treat you fairly, togivo you First Class Goods, and to take care of your "chilis." V vrr Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, Breckenridge News. ;. '- fc.t ' al Can-nclto- n, -- P. M. Rigdon, Gen. agent of tho National Library Association of Chicago, and Miss Tena Jarboo ; tho popular and accomplished daughter of Mr. George Jarboo, of our town. It was attended by a largo number of citizens of Pates-vill- o and vicinity, besides boveral from a distance; among whom wero Misses Anuio and Nolio Clark, tho accomplished daughters of Mr. Jas. Clark, near Pellvillo, and Mr. Charles Marlow, Rov. W. 11. formerly of Paducab. Brunerof tho Baptist church was tho officiating clergyman, and Rov. W. A. Black, tho popular young M. E. clergy man, of Fordsvillo and Miss Letitia Frymire, of Patcsvillc, wcro tho attendants. Tho ceremony was paid at about 3 p. m. and was witnessed by an immense And thus ,tls Well to be prcpircil, considering tho inclement crowd To heed then ecry call, That deith may give, for In the end weather, rain having fallen at intervals .. ,' lie comes to one and all. during the day. After the coremony ytJyjSLS 45r eornnaHTenu, refreshments were served, and a good SAMPLE. number of tho guests repaired to their BUSINESS EDUCATION. home; whilo a few remained until Very littlo sickness in the neighbor- Wednesday morning and had a very hood. pleasant time continuing their social Miss Lisha Wheeler is visiting Miss chat 'till almost 11 o'clock p. in., which Emmie Brickey. seemed to come entirely to early in tho Mias Lillio Dickcrson, of Louisville, is night. On Wednesday morning tho party visiting Mrs. J. M. Mattingly. left for Haw esville, whero they arrhed Miss Bettie Blaine, of Stcphcnsport, is about 11.30, and after spending a fow visiting Mrs. II. C. Gibson. minutes in town tho bride and groom Mr. Sam Pate, of Ilardinsburg, was left for Owensboro, whero they expect ATTEND visiting in Sample yesterday. to remain somo time. Everybody seemMiss Barger, of Preston, was visiting ed to bo very sorry to see tho honored Miss. Ida Adkins last week. couplo leave Patesville, but Patesvillo's Of Kcntnclty TTnlvowitr, LEXINGTON, KY. Rev. T. G. Cocks, of Ilardinsburg, loss will bo Owensboro's gain. S. W. Corner MAIN nml 1TPPEI1 Street, opposite Court Home. m May their lives be long and prosperpreached at tho M. E. church yesterday. President. 'WILBUR R. SMITH, Honored Collrce. Thero w ill bo a picnic at Sample Juno ous. Tho presents wero numerous and C3 Chtopct, Hut and WcbeU K. W. k W, It. Bmllli. emeert of IkU CoHf w, ttliJ Iho OoUl Eipooltloa, for 20th. Everybody is cordially invited to costly. VtitX and Tllplom. of llraor t World' villo Monday to attended tho Norma taking her nieces, Nora and Nanniol Brashear, who havo beon visiting relatives here. Tho preaching of Win. II. Dawson, Saturday and 5th, Sunday, was greatly appreciated by all especially his old members, his daughter, Miss Cora, was with him. Willie Jones, ten years old, son of Elonry Jones (colored) was almost fatally injured last week by a rock thrown by James C. McKaugh, accidently striking him in tho head. Ho is still in a very precarious condition. Mr. Andrew Ackcrman, of Rome, died Sunday May 31st. Ho leaves quite a largo family, who havo our sympathy in their bereavement. TRY JJJLL 3 ULZE ul CLOVERPORT, KY. Harvest is Nearly Here Now is the time to over-hayour HarvestYou ing Machinery and prepare for work. will find any repairs you may need for your old machines AT- R. E. MOORMAN'S. He is also agent for the World Een owned Whiteley Solid Steel Mower. Give him a call before buying elsewhere. Wr. C.vsi.Kn. . 7f THEJffM C. II. PiniriinEV, Ureckcnridge Co . CASLER PUMPHREY, LOUISVILLE, KY. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. Telephone 449, Ring 4. A- attend. Mrs. Gus. Gibson went to Lodiburg yesterday to see her mother, who is very sick. Wo will certainly havo a wedding in Samplo this week. Good prospect for two more. Miss Ida Adkins went to Ilardinsburg yesterday. Slio will attend tho Normal school thero. Rev. G. N. Jolly returned to his homo in Sardis, Ky., last Friday, after a visit of thrco weeks to relatives here. Tho crowd at tho Dedication was estimated at not less than eight hundred. In tho morning Row G. N. Jolly preached to a packed house while. Rev. T. G. Cocks preached to a large crowd out on tho hill-sidDuring tho intermission at noon tho entire debt on tho church was raised, thanks to tho givers. In tho afternoon tho dedicatory sormon was preached by Rev. G. N. Jolly, and tho houso dedicated to tho worship of God. In tho evoning Rev. T. G. Cocks preached again to a well filled house. Although tho crowd was largo tho dinner was equal to tho occasion, and several baskets full of fragments wcro carried buck homo. e. ftr - LONG BRANCH. Ilaolncu duration. Ktulr liiua iiadtou In nund.no iho j j.r, from JO sum tod Portlcn Cointrln. 10,000 Orsdnatn of llooL.Kirplnar. lotlu.linc Urnerol h r. v W. C. McGohce was in tho city last week. J" Mr. J. II. Sulivan was down from the city Sunday. fXJ" Arrantemeota ean be made with Railroad Com W. M. Ditto and family wero in tho menta, for a cheap dallr pait to attend tola Collere. No vacaTjaaiea tion, rater eat, Oradottet tueceaafoU CO" For circular! city last week. addicM W1U1 Oil It. SMITH, freat, Lcxlnston, Kj. W. E. Chambers and family spent Sunday at Ilardinsburg. J. K. Ditto nnd daughter, Miss Feggie, took in the show. Mr. Lish Smith, of Guston, visited and all l'ovic d iseasts cured by a now and almost painless process. Consuln-tlo- ii hero Sunday. free. Call on aro writo for printed Master Eddio Chambers returned from matter. Dits. II. W. IIukdricks and school .at Ilardinsburg Monday. 0. D. TuFioitn. No. 018 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. A. Ditto Jr. and children, and Miss Inez Doolcy took in the show Several of tho children attended chilSEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH ! dren's day at the Methodist church Sunday. fmplojft. Ruilotil Coano oodiUu in na!no. IJ Tuchcri ArlUioulk.PtnniBihtp.CoinnMTelftl f Book kM pior. Boilotif Dioklot. Join! Uf, MncnindlilDr. Pruileo, UcrunliUStock. Uuafuuilot. CormpMdtoM, IU. Lwtum. nmlncu Coot ofFulI IIutlncMCoune, looladloi Toltl s, Butlontrr ndBo.rHnBlfmlj, iboalttlO. r)hrtIInl.d,Tjp. npclJ ro tpcclaltlM j Wrltlnc nnd Telrcrnpby teteheri aod roomt. nod cob b ukin aloao or wlut tho BbiIdom Cootio. Speoltl department for Ltdlta. Lad? rrlndpal emptor td. Coor.eof Rook. kttplof,IO. (TjBoil mm ArltbmelU and Peamaoaatpwhon ukea alooe,S5 per month. Colleio open day and olfkk SladeoU molted on eaer paj B. F. Beard & ifJhl Co., Sif nSv'HlMnSfiLkiiVMlV -- 4n STRIOTTJBB, PILES, Aro offering this Benson the greatest bargains in "... o -- T Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers. Bait rheum, fever A Largo Asphalt Mine Opened up Entry Pair Warranted, Near Garfield. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd skin eruptions, aud positively l'or Salo by Ono of the largest asphalt mines in tho cures Piles, or no pny required. It is country was opened up near Garfield, A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prescriptions Recelvo Oarefal Attention, Prico 23 cents per this county, on the Minor Compton farm monoy refunded. box For salo by G.- - W. Short, Clover- last weok. Major Morris of Louisville CLOVEUPOnT, KY, port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Ilardinsburg, has charge of tho work and is now runhands. Mr. ning about seventy-fivMorris and other parties took a lease on a lot of land in that section a year ago with tho viow of opening an aspbalt bed, but nothing has been done until last week when a big forco of mon wcro put , Rev. W, K. Penrod, who has been at days. If you aro in need of dontal work to work, nnd now wo learn they havo Btfwloyvillo for tho past week holding a call on him early. Tho doctor will make about four thousand tons ready for shiprevival, returned homo last Friday. hereafter regular trips to Cloverport. ment. That amount has already hcon A. r Father Hennessey aftur a very pleascontracted for to go on tho streets. Tho " ant visit to friends and relatives in Teachers' Attention. mines aro about two miles from tho IlarBaltimore, Md., returned homo Friday, Applications will bo received up to Mr. Burl dinsburg branch railroad. Master Percy Carson, "Butcher" on Thursday, Juno 18, 1891, for positions in Beard has tho contract for hauling the t tlio L. St. L. & T attended tho burial of Cloverport High School. Copies of cerasphalt and will put eight teams to work his grandmother, Mrs. Rickctts, Mon-- , tificates and recommendations imist be at once. Oj hjf, VarS day evo, filed with application. Tho school term o Misa Rosio Hall returned to Pleasant Grovo Saturday, after several weeks stay in this placo. J. S. Morcman was at this placo ono day last week. I oxpect Joe would like to pall again on tho same business. Dr. John Hardin was over at Long Branch Monday looking around to eco how much better his neighbor's crops wcro than his own. Aro tho rosultof years of solontlflo experimenting, and aro now placed, owlnn to tholrsuporlorlty, preeminently abovoovory thing horotoforo produood In this lino. Tboynro acknowledged by.oxports to bo Iho finest nnd most porfeotly constructed IiOnsos KNOWN, and are peculiarly adapted to corroding tho various visual lmporfoa-tlon- s. A trial of tho KOHlNOOR will cnnvlnoo you thoy aro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Itafeii Ever displayed before the public. Their $25 Special Chamber Suit Is something novor seen beforo. pQYAl It is a Sixteenth Century Oak or Maplo Suit, with a full sizo Bed, handsomoly carved, with an elegant Wash-stanand tho Dresser with this Suit is equal to any Drf ssor in a $50 Set, with an elegant life sizo Gorman plato glass. d, This bargain is something novor soon beforo, choapor than wholesale prices, Wo oxpect to soil 100 of theso Suits this year. Call and sco it. B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. NOTICE. Tho Ilardinsburg Normal Instltuto will open n term Monday, Juno 8, 1891, to prepare Teachers for tho examination. I Dr, Goldstein, of Stophonsport, and will bo nino months. Tho applicants McElrec'a Wine of Cardul T - ti Carlt Richardson, of Union Star, Ky., for Principal aro required to mako a perwore in tho city Monday tintj Tuesday. sonal visit. For further particulars adF. N. D'Huv, Sec. " 'Mies Ella M. English, daughter of dress, Cajtvand Mrs. A. S. English, arrived rem tiik iii.eoD, Wcakneat. Malaria. Iudiscstlon and Itete Monday evening from Nashville, Stliouwi, take Tean., whero she has leon visiting It aureHJtOWN'g IRON BITTKRH. quleklr. For wle by all daalerg Id frtai In and relatives. aollolue. Qt UiO geuuiu. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A craam Of UrUfbaklng powder. WuhMl of all la lesYtnlnK trengt&. Latetl U. S. QattrHMtnt food Jitporl, , and THEDFORD'S are for salo by the following merchants in DreckeurUgo County : Jmi W. Owen, Cloveroort, 0, W. Short, Clorerport. Braihear fc Ly, Stetibensport, Witt Sc MMdor, JlarJlo'alurg, Jt J, Sycm, UoIbb SUr, Syrup of Figs. Produced from tho laxatlvo and nutritious iuico of California figs, combined with tho medicinal virtues of plants known to bo most beneficial to tlio human system, dispelling colds and headaches, nnd curing habitual constipation, FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For " Sl ctf Tnln heifers 2 yoars old both W. S. Aihby. & It. T. Shacklett, Priii. Hardinsburg, Ky. Two bay saddle and harness mares, 4 and years old, for sale. Janw'aray, j'rMkirX )WtWWWWWmwiWOTilit i- - wnumjnniiiwirrmijn - '!iC& V iTTili ' ' ''M!JiiLy : sv.V'?.w-. "- "r -,- W ?uk r v.. r ". Vi '" . MMMHMUMMNMMHMMnWMWINn " . - a aru f3.,v.:nD-T,V.-' v j- - ,.v. -'- 3 MtemAr. jptv : jmdTi i- -i t.-b .. - v rM .t' 15, . ' J" ?.?wr!l?3P.'m '- - k" ,"'"-- - -- yv V c '? ? "' -- ; T -- - 1 ' Making Great Things Plain. There is a truth of wido application in phrase that "Christians the well-know- n llelinnntlu Sire nfio under jno. a daughters Willi Jy! tont With t.u. r J Alexander's Atnlallnli LscBieniicmB 1 E, V - For durability, comfort, and nn elegant fit, wear the celebrated Monarch Simht. J I r" .?' vvu. -- JNO. D. BABBAGE, Sole A Rent, KY. ' Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUXE 10, 1891. Invest Your Surplus on the Farm. Tho country merchant who usually replenishes his etock once a week takes tho amount of his sales a sum sufficient tojiay his expenses, and invests tho remainder in moro goods. If ho can huy more goods than ho has bold, he usually does so, limiting himsolf only by the probablo demands of his trade, and tho capacity of his warehouso to store tho goods. If ho did not or could not do this ho would find his trado falling o.T, and his customcro leaving him until he might justly complain that his business was not profitable, and would not givo him a comfortable support. Hut how many farmers follow this method ? Do they, when their cash in hand exceeds their expenses, invest it again in tho business that they best understand, and strivo to bo limited 'only by the productive capacity of their land and stock, or do they placo it in borne savings bank, where there aro high salaried officials to guard it, and to invest it for them ? Do they buy bonds and stocks and shares in various companies, of whoso management thoy Iiavo neither knowledgo nor sharo ? Do thoy buy moro land while that which they nl ready own is only partially productive, because of insufficient expenditure of capital upon it ? Do they expend it for showy residences, while their barn sarc inconvenient and unfit for tho proper stabling of their stock ? Do they buy flno buggies when thoy liavo not good working carts upon the farm, pianos when they liavo more need of plows, and cover their house floors with costly carpets, while their fields are barren from a lack of a sufficient covering of manure. Probably very few farmers are guilty of all these mistakes in tho uso of their capital, and there are but few who nre free from all of them or similar ones. It is true that the farmer and the far--t mer's family should have a right to all inu L'uiiYuuiuiiccB ami many oi mo luxuries enjoyed by the successful merchant, but neither have a clear title to them unless successful, and neither can nttain a high grade of success if ho does not have sufficient capital in Ids business to conduct it properly, and eacli should have a reserve fund in tho bank for emergencies when he can. Hut ho should use it when it will pay in the business an interest fourfold that paid by the bank. e When a thoroughbred or a cow will make a hundred dollars worth of butter in a year, and a scrub cow only makes forty dollars worth, while it costs but little moro to feed ono than tho other, money invested in improved breeds of cows, or in a pure male from which to raise uj) a herd of grades, will pay better returns to the dairymen than can be obtained from bank stock or railroad shares or Western farm mortgages. When n small extra investment in bct-- t r seeds and more liberal manuring will increase tho crop without increasing the labor of cultivation, or when extra cultivation will mako on increase in tho nionqy return four times as great as the expenditure; when better tools will save their cost in ono season's labor, while with care they will do good work for five or ten years, then is tho timo when tho farmer can make money by spending money. When the expenditure of $A" or $35 per acre for tile drains will enable a field that now yields leas than $10 worth of loor grass a season to produce $35 worth of tho best, and fit it for the growth of any crop that will yield profitable returns, it is economy to spend money, and so it is when a similar sum or a smaller ono will so renovato an old pasture which now only feeds alxnit one cow upon six acres, so that it will givo more feed and better for six times that number. In short, every farmer should bee for himself the manner in which ho could improve his laud, his buildings, animals, tools or methods of working, m that a dollar invested will bo placed at a better rato of interest than any ono elso will pay 1dm for it. If ho doubles the producing capacity of his land, it is better than it would bo to double tho number of ncrcs, and if ho spends his money judiciously, and uses good judgment in managing Ids business afterward, ho has not lost his money, but has changed an idlo dollar that only earned flvo cenla in a year for a lively ono that will earn twcnty-ilv- o cents. And when ho lias mado such improvements that his business is up to it full capacity, or to tho measure of his capacity as a manager, then lie may indulgo in tho luxuries of life and may deliver over his surplus profits to tho bunkers and tho speculators, to take caro of or to lose for him as ho may choose. American Cultivator. high-grad- are tho world's Wble." Men and women do not, ns a ride, concern themselves with abstractions j they need to have general truths translated into concrete language When thoy think of courage they do not think of an abstract quality, but of Nelson and Drako ; when they think of patriotism thoy remember Washington and Lincoln ; when they and moral heroism think of they recall Paul and Luther. One of the great services which noblo men nnd women render to their kind is this constant translation of tho highest nnd nob-lo- st qualities into plain human speech, tho constant turning of ideals into realities. At heart all men and women who arc not corrupt, and ninny who are corrupt, yenrn after theso better tilings nnd believe in them, but aro paralyzed by tho belief that theso things aro beyond their reach. Noblo ideals and purposes shine over most lives liko the stars, and are ns inaccessible to tho thought of those that look at them. Now, tho way to mako men beliove in tho possibility of realizing theso high tilings for themselves is to translate these qualities and achievements by our own lives into the plainest and most familiar speech. Tho woman in tho household whoso sacrifice and service nro eontinous, sooner or later comes to stand, in the minds of nil who know her, for these qualities; unconsciously she is forever teaching nnd making real great human possibilities. Tho man of tho community whoso action is always characterized by honesty and tru tli is at last identified witli integrity, and is, to the whole community, a plain translation, in common speech, of one of tho fundamental virtues of humanity. It was said of ono of the greatest English lawyers and judges that lie had so impressed tho minds of ids countrymen that they had come to identify him with tho very figure of Justice itself. This kind of identification with some great and noblo quality, with somo rare and precious achievement, is far more common than wo sometimes think ; it'is ono of the services which wo can nil render to our fellows. Tho early scholars who translated tho old Greek classics into the speech of modern Europe gavo modern peoples a now resource, enlarged their ideas, and added immensely to tho scope nnd nttractivcncKS of theii lives. Thcro is nothing to bo more coveted than this ability to push back the horizons nnd to deepen the interest of some human life, and this is possible to all of us by tho illustration ol somo great vir-tuor quality in ourselves. Sho who makes sacrifice real by illustrating it; lie who comes to stand in tho eyes of nil men for integrity these nre they who turn many to righteousness, and whose names shall shine as the stars forever and ever. Christian Union. folf-sacrifre King lUne u;S uecoru aya Sire or 16 under atjo. One producing daughter. Two sons with a under 2'jo. Nutwood, wlicu tlir ii(e King Itene Is now. had only u In the lllnndina DAin of 5 sons with 47. tut. (by Mjrnurino Chief 11). of a in the list ton with 0. (Sr.iiid.'Mn of I'iiiiuhI j:ji I 4, sl'n l'.ltron a:i4 1.4, f .Mnmbrino Chief 1 1. Site of guilder a no. IlUdmgh-tchave at nnil Til s ins Si. II 11 nh Mare. Dam nfa under atjo. Ilollq tinucr 3130. r. lm Win. DeerinpCo., Binders and Mowers Bay stallion, foaled April 2.Td, 1888. Will ho 10 hands nnd weigli 1200 Kuuds. Bred nnd raised by II. 0. McDowell & Son, "Ashland," Lexington, Ky., nnd owned by W. W. WILLIAMS, SPLENDOR, Hnmhlctnnlati 10. Sire of 41 iimlcr atjrt. Ilia daughter have 70 and liln noun tm ESPSfflJin w rnnminri 1 mtri11. f Dirt itnr (11 Citrltn O.i . Henderson, Ky. of 7 full Kitvrn nnd brothers to Splendor, and two of them are ulmmt nrtnin to enter the 1:30 list tilts tiniinii. Til t Clara, dam of a 1) iinittr 3iu, niiign-tvr- s Mre Dexter li a :aS.V4 10; .ind son with 6. Alum Jc AMnrli a:; jinn gruiiuaiii 01 jieni . 1 iiioria iIhui of l'rlncton 2:103.) r Duvall's Mnmbrino, tire of the dams I). Monroe ataS MUsDurnc a:a;l-- J I.utu a:A)l-- a Maud llutlcr, trill a:aSi3 And granduinnf MollicMr, two j car old tritl 1:jg Decoy, trial ay, amtn quarter at a gait of a:oS Mlns llutlcr The Dam of Drown Chief, sire ot D.im of Maud llutlcr ataS . - 3:39 1.4 Maggie K ' nnil she is of I'luilla. And of the dams of Lady mnnt, sire nfa under a:jo, Mnlollca aiac 3!j6 JM Altamunt And grandson of Klosslo - - . O a:i8 ffcnevia S a:ip 1.4 . 3:231.3 llettlc Jones 113 -1 MnniTT :, "if: ... ... frvti3!l! iMW "Vsawg rm i uwuaniT' jh a, Kfei Headquarters for 4i thc-d.i- m 4 Ac., Ac. SPLENDOH, is for servirc nt Basin Spring Farm. Terms $25.00 casli or twelve months note nt timo of service, with return privilege. Limited to fifteen ooon mares. Good pasturage at 50 cents a week, for full pedigree nnd nny further W. W. WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky., particulars, please address Or JOSEPH BLAND, Irvlngton, Ky. Men 'Cook Always on Time. Ono of tho things to which I did not A Wonder Worker. Electric Sitters, Frank Huffman, n young man of Burlington, Ohio, slates that lie had This remedy is becoming so well known been under the care of two prominent and bo o)ular as to need no special physicians, nnd used their treatment un- mention. All who have used Electric til ho was not able to get around. Thoy Hitters sing tho same song of praise. A pronounced his case to bo Consumption purer medicine does not exist and it n and incurable. He was persuaded to guaranteed to do all that is claimed try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- Electric Bitters will euro nil diseases of .Mr. 'at once become accustomed in my man cooks," said a housekeeper Who has lately 'attached a chef to her establishment, "is Ibis forehandedness. Soon after his 1 gavo it dinner, und being used to 'going down stairs Into in tho nftenioon lat such times, aud also n little curious to (see if there were n pronounced difference 'between the methods of Bridget, tho and Pierre, the newly arrived, 1 mado an errand to tho kitchen. I could (see nt once that mypresenco was deemed (an Impertinence, but I forgot to resent this in my horror at the condition of affairs. Tho dinner was sot for 8 o'clock, 'and it was then between 0 and 0; as far (as I could seo, however, it might have 'boon sent to the table at that moment A saddle of Canada mutton was tho piece do resistance, nnd this Pierre was drawing from the oven for what appeared to mo n final basting. "Vegetables that took twenty minutes, as I supposed, to cook wero gayly bub--' bling on tho range, nn entree was ready to bo put together, and the cook was about to perform that act; sauces were mode nnd btanding in the the fish kettle was on, nnd 1 'suspected it contained tho fish apparently tho dinner was ready and spoiled. "I ventured a remark. 'You nnder-- 1 stand, Pierre,' I said, Wo dino at 8.' "'Oh, yes, madamo,' ho answered. Then, as if ho were willing to tolerate this ono interference: 'Madame need have no fear. Everything will bo ready at the instant.' "I thought'it might bo and withdrew, fairly sick with anxiety over what seemed to me a hopeless failure. That dinner, hbwovcr, was perfection, every dish' apparently served at tho moment of its prime. And since then I liavo trusted Pierre and haven't gone downstairs to be distressed by his promptness." Her Point of Viow in Now York Times. d, I I bain-mari' A LEXANDER'S Lxouis-ville- , JL7T.OTE1L. Seventh and Market Streets, - Kenfyuciktj. EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS nnd Hay Itakos, II. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL- PLOWS.' BUGGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES nnd LATHS, DOORS and SASH. - FARM MACHINERY f- J fVl Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on JofTorson street, wo have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years so successfully nt Seventh and Market streeta, are now fitting it up in elegant shapo new throughout, nnd the outfit in every way will bo elegant, including ono of Halo's Safety Passenger and Baggago Elevators witli all the lato improvements. o We want nil of our old friends to como nnd seo us in our old homo. Wo you that our Booms, Tablo and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and sho will bo glad to seo them and give them n hearty reception. pro-mis- Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS STOVES ! PAINTS ! STOVES PAINTS STOVES I I . 1 A careful inspection of Gooda and Prices is solicited beforo buying. i 'Jlwl HENSLEY & JOLLY, m ? PARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. XDTfTNKT TUADE 8c eO'B" BK,JL2sriD HAltK. fll Cor. Farmers' Supply House, HAitDiNsnuna, IvY. LATK AI.KXANDKIPS IIOTJ!!.. WHLiA'M 9 Couit-IIousc, THOROUGHLY RENOVATEB AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. ure aw Done Meal IVCaavu A. W. Jones, J.J.Sullivan, J. L. Matshall, Clerks. faetMred. OaaJLy Toy Sffi&ESBSaM 53J835I5 I ' j I w I l 'J ' 1 &. YOUR STOREKEEPER No city store Is GREGORY & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. men Am Allko About Fires. The Insect Worlil. ono thing," said tho man Entomologists generally concede that from tho upper jwirtof tho state, "which, upward of 100,000 species of insects have I find, shows that wo aro all of tho aamo been recognized nnd classified; somo aublood. It is n firo. Of course, when thors oven place tho number as high as there is n firo in a country town wo all 150,000, whilo it is not at all improbable go to it. It is a rare thing, and wo find that this vast number may not represent h it a feature of tho season. Besides that, more than of tho number acwe generally take a hand in hauling out tually inhabiting tho globe. Not less furniture or nialdng ourselves useful in than ono-haof tho whole number beother "ways. Now yon Now Yorkers get long to tho order coleopatera, or beetles, just as excited nnd interobted over a tiro which order is by far tho most numeras wo do, and your fires aro so frequent ously represented of nil. Tho lopidop-terthat thoy have net tho merit of novelty, or butterflies, have thus far yielded whilo yon know that thero is nothing somo 15,000 species, or about which you can do to bo of sendee, beof tho total number (200,000), esticause your jolico nnd firemen will not mated by Speycr for tho world at large, let you get near the blaze. But I notico and an equal number may perhaps be that you all, boys and men, go chnsing credited tothohymenoptern(bees, wasps, after a firo ns fast as your legs will carry etc.), tho hemlptera (bugs) nnd diptera you. You have only to hear tho clang (flies). of tho engino to seo a running crowd, or Tho orthoptera or straight winged into catch sight of tho smoke nnd away sects, which include tho locusts, grassyou go, following In tho wako of younger hoppers, etc., nro considerably less nuand moro ngilo men. Thnt's jnst what merous. Tho species with netted wings wo do in the country." New York Tri- (nouroptera) probably number somo placo bune. between 2,000 nnd jJ.OOO. Insects aro, of course, most numerously developed in You nre out nothing if you get a hot the tropics, but they nro not rnro by any tlo of "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" from means in tho coldest regions which have J. W. Owen, and if it does not cure your yet been visited by man. St. Louis Republic. Chills and Fever. It is guaranteed. is behind the age if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. without it. The great grocers of the country handle no other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage far greater than the little swing in cost. If your store- keeper does not keep SAPCjLIO tell him to wake up. If he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. "There is oue-teut- lf sumption, Coughs nnd Colds, nnd nt that timo was not ablo to walk across the street without resting. He found, before ho hnd used half of a dollar bottle, that ho was much better; ho cony enjoying tinued to use it and is good health. If you have any Throat, Lung or Chest Troublo try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at G. W. Short's Drugstore. to-da- It pays to have tho Liver nnd Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Iloils, Salt Itheum and other nfiections caused by impure blood. Will drivo Malaria from tho system ami prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or monoy refunded.- -' rnco 50 cts. nnd fcl.UU per bottle nt G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's; Hardinsburg, Ky. .tri.-r the best. ! a, HERE WE AHE AGAIF Furniture in endless vanc- - th The Ileal Secret. "Tell mo not of your doubts nnd discouragements." said Goethe; "I have plenty of my own. But talk to mo of your hopo nnd faith. r Tho tono of complaint is ono which wo nro nil too ready to accent, and which is not only in jurious to ourselves but hurtful to all) who como in contact with us. In speaking of n young woman who had filled several good positions, hut with no success, nn elder woman said: "Sho could liavo kept either position and' earned a good incomo if she had not) been so dissatisfied. Sho was continue ally finding fault, and never felt that' sho was appreciated." It tuny bo safely said that this attitude of mind is ono that almost predetermined failure in any lino of work. Patience under adverse circumstances will often bring about favorablo results, while1 complaint only accentuates and fixes tho causo of complaint. Avoid moution of tho disagreeable things that may com into your Ufa If you cannot bo patient you can at least bo silent Tho secret of success lies not so much in knowing what to eay as in what to avoid saying, Boston Traveller. of lli I'huIc. Wliy does paw look doghtm. IU..V..' Did the bank ho keeps his uu uey i.i (ail? Mil. Ncvtrp.iv Worse. Tho bauk ho is bupiHiseJ co keep his money in didn't fail. Good News. Mi NcviTiuy ty. I am now back at my old staud and solicit patronage of the the public. . r& A .SiiTo Utile. We Can And Do Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for it has been fully demonstrated to tho people of this country thnt it is sujerjor to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positivo euro for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions nnd Pirn pies. It purifies tho whole system and thoroughly builds up tlio constitution, For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Hurt. A Ann in this city imports largo quantities of bort. "I did not know until a few weeks ago," said nn official of thb custom house, "what bort is. Bort is tho small fragments removed from diamonds in cutting. When too small for jewelry it is used for powder. The sparkling powder is often ppriukled on tho heads of society belles, nnd their lialr sends forth sparks as from n thousand Edison uses a miniature diamonds. great deal of bort in tho manufacture of phonographs." Now York World. Can't Sleep Nights ' Is tho complaint of thousands suffering from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc, Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Remedy? It is tho best preparation nil Lung troubles. Sold on a Very popular, very small, very good known for Do Witt's Little Karly Risers, tho pill for positivo guarantee nt 23c. nnd GOc. by G. constipation, biliousness, sick hcadacho. W. Short, Clovorj-ort- , Ky., nnd Witt fc Sold by G, W. 8hort. Meador, Hnrdiiishurg, Ky. New Cook Do yo put pertaties on to Doc Unto Deteriorated boil in cold witter er hot? Whilo tho grander sort of doj .i Old Cook (trained by her mistress) Phwieh iver way is th' most throublo do been morally degraded by being tin nc bo th' roight w ay. Now York Weekly. into a n'.eless lackey, tho breeds thai liavo hapjicncd to suit tho capricious Mini A Child 'Killed. errant fancies of nnimal pettera have unAnother child killed by tho uso of opi- dergone n still deetier deterioration. The ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. sleek pug, for instance, on whom Is often lavished imch a wealth of feminiuo fondWhy mothers givo their children such ness, has long sinco becomo perfectly deadly poison is surprising when thoy aware of his now function in tho house. can relieve tho child of Its peculiar trou- Ho knows he is tho first pet, nnd ho is bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. perfectly happy in the fact. Hia mind' It contains no opium or morphine. Sold seems untroubled by nny recollection of by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and a higher estate. Hehoslott thonn lent desire of tho species to bo man's loyal Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. servant. Ho may, perhaps, if you happen to call at tho house nnd find him in exThe firealet Trutolor. clusive possession of tho drawing room, In point of actual distanco covered, tho make n pretense of resisting your ingreatest' traveler in thcworld Is said to trusion. But his Sybaritic habits are too bo Chief Engineer Sewell, of tho White much for him, and presently ho sinks Star fleet, who is well knovriiit this city. in voluptuous slumber on tho softest of Whilo in charge of tho engine departsofa cushions. These spoiled creatures ment of tho vessels of that' line notably leam to take tho fondlings bestowed on the Britannic, Mr. Sewell completed 333 them as a matter of course. They nro round trips between Liverpool nnd New wholly undemonstrntfvo, and perhaps York, traveling tho enormous distanco tho most flattering thing that can bo said of 818,400 nautical or 011,000 standard of them is that, unlike their rival, tho miles, nearly four times tho distanco be- cat, they do not simulate n tenderness of tween tho earth nnd the moon. This is which their heart is wholly destitute. s said to be only nlwut of tho Cornhill Magazine. total distance traversed by Mr. Sewell sinco ho became a seagoing engineer. Made Them IVork. Chief Engineer Kitchen vrho was in Whilo returning from Europo tho capcharge 6f the Adrifttio's engines for six- tain told me a story of how ho once teen years, but who now superintends utilized Hindoo superstition to liavo Ida the Britanniu's, boasts a similar record. ship worked. Ho was in command of He has made 1(54 round trips botween an Indiaman, nnd tho majority of the Liverpool nnd New Yorlcnnd has travel- crow wero Hindoos. As long as the ed over 054,800 nautical miles, or 1,100,-00- 0 weather was warm thoy cheerfully did standard English milea. Now York their work, but when n cold storm came Tiuieu. up they positively seemed to sljrivel, and within n short time betook themselves to It Works Wonders. the hold, from which thoy could not be Tho tonic and nltcrntlvo properties of driven by threats or persuasions. The S. S. 8. aro now widely known, and it captain was at his wits' end, but suddenenjoys wondeiful opulnrity as a spring ly n bright thought Btrock him. Ho retho Hindoo horror of the pig, medicine. It is as perfectly adapted to membered contact with which means loss Of caste. tho dedicate ystom of n little child as it There happened to bo a well fed porker is to that of tho adult. It"works wonders on board, which ho took from its pen, on those who uso it as a tonic, as an tied a ropo to its leg nnd lowered it into alterative, and as a blood purifier, It tho strikers' qunrters. Tho effect was gives health, strength and heartiness to electrical. With a wild yell every mau tho sick and tho feeble. It is adapted rushed to tho deck to avoid contact with to tho very young nnd tho very old. It tho unclean animal, and thero was no further difficulty in getting them tq rovives, renews nnd builds up tho feeble work In tho coldest weather. Interview or tho broken-dow- n system. t. in St. Louis two-thirdGlobe-Democra- Louisville, St. Loufs & Texas R. R. Co. TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. U., Suniaj,Ko7.30. 1890 , Weit Bound Train! M TOTl7. FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, Honest Prices. Honett Goods. 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