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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891061701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. you want to re.ieh steady ami lller.il ptirrhanttrs in tljU p.trt of llic coun(ry jou cun do It Wo tlirouKli tho cnliintm nf this T,cr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1891. Washington AVcro Don't depend n people to din- cover you and yourbutlnigt. Keep constantly dieel'KJa them Ihrougn or this the advertising column paper. VOL XV. NO; 47. Notes. h ' J"ust read thiB column if you would know . WAV! Ui" where for Drugs iff? to go. r' ' jHnough to iil decide flV S.f ofallkindJtlTe IwQiQf). Stand as a warrant of our stock in trado, Everything and anything in our lino you may need it's in tho lead, TsT"ill be found at my store Of cigars 2 jr. ! and 'tobacco) wc havo the 'rarcst'kinds, "to "77 S "o arc. able please most, extravagant minds. 23 ven the pnc6iH'BhTBaHailj5g "w 1! Ifc & ZfcsTow read down these ..1 UIlUH'Uiiu ovv l.l.n " wo" am 'i nnu j ; T I' i I ' i W7 JH , ! K 4NJ Written for the IIukckenkIXOK NEys. ' s . A Broken Reverie. ' ' ' i - s ly N. C. Mosclcy. Noticed This column for BargainS Clovcrport Marketof Dccting Binders and Mowers. Sulky-Hay Rakes. Coal Cook Stove No. 7, w'th 40 pieces of ware for $1 1.00. No, 7 Box, Wood Cook Stovctfor : $7.00, with 40 pieces of waic. 3 One' Horse Avcfy Plows $3:50. Gasoline Stoves, all kinds of .Cook Stoves. .nyy , -- . ' CUIJJUlUllia C Vf!1l NKllHr .,.! I1U OJUlUlui"' T .v rf. J. ! been more fully dismissed than it seems to have been by tho country press is to They poltlccil licr feet and poltlced her head, be regretted. Tho flection of tho DeAnd Mistered her h.ick till 'twas smarting and Spades, Post Hole Diggers. mocratic stato ticket is, of course, a red, o Carpenters' Tools of all kinds a The First Step. and s.tlvcs, Tried tonics, elixirs, conclusion j and tho questions that specialty. Perhaps you aro run down, can't eat, at present divido tho two great (Though grandma declared It was nothing but parties "narves.") "n..nc TTidiiiifr Tnrfcln full line can't sleep, can't think, can't do nnv- - and upon which tho great conflict of 1S92 ., -- ... wuuo, . The poor woman thought she inusttcrt.iliily tningtoyoursatisiaction, nnu you won will hinge, can bo tquched upon moro die, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Free- der what ails you. You should heed the lightly than usual, in full nssuranco that Till "Favotc Prescription" she happened to zers, Step Ladders, Bird Cages.' warning, you aro taking tho first step intry. they will receivo duo attention at tho No wonder Its praises so loudly they sp ike ; to Nervous Prostration. You need a proper timo. Rope, Sewing Machines. Tho question of supremo She grew better at once, nnd was well In a Tin and Iron Roofing, Guttering Nervo Tonic and in Electric Bitters you importance to every citizen of Kentucky week. will find the exact remedy" for restoring on tho The torturing pains and distressing first Monday in August, and beand Spouting put up. your nervous system to its normal, tween now and that timo, is whether or nervousness which accompany, at times, Repairing of all kinds or any- -' healthy condition. Surprising results not there shnll bo in Kentucky, stagna- certain forms of female weakness, yield thing you may want, you can have follow the uso of this great Nervo Tonic tion or progress. And tho discussion like magic to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preand it made by the only Tinner in" Clo- goodAlterative. is Your appetito returns, should bo on lines worthy tho subject, scription. It is purely vegetable, perfectdigestion restored, and tho Liver and not confined to puerilo objections or ly harmless, nnd adapted to tho delicate vcrport or vicinity. and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try captious criticisms. During tho session organization of women. It allays and Ilard-"war- c "Prices made by the leading a bottle. 1'rico 50c. at G: 'W. Short, of tho Convention which sat its 200 days subdues tho nervous symptoms and and Stove dealer in the city. Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. "Witt, llar- - save ono, tho complaint was often urged tho pain accompanying functional dinsburg, Ky. that it was sitting too long. Sometimes troubles. Gunranteo printed on bottle- A Good Platform a clause, would bo adopted stricken ou, wrapper, and faithfully carried out for For It In a Horn. This conduct is many years. The "Farmers' Rolinnco" is thp nnmo For porspicuous laiiguago, nbsohitely and "then urged by somo ns an excuso for rejecting of a now order recently organized by tho clear, transparent, translucent expresThe Wicked Boy tillers of tho soil of Warren county, sion of jdeas, commend us to tho now tho work! Tho length of tho Convon-ton'- s session ; tho number of times any Teacher Tho lesson this morning is, Tennessee. Tho platform of tho moveconstitution. When it says a thing it any And for less money than means that or something clso. So we particular clauso or section may have When your father nnd mother forsnko ment is as follows : houso in town. Call and see you then tho Lord will tako you up. j tho cost of the con"Work hnrd ten hours in tho day. need have no doubt about tho matter. been Wicked Dickoy Hicks Sposon do olo "Work threo hundred days in tho Wo are only expectcd'to pay our monoy vention to tho peoplo ; whether some him. year. and take our choico, and when thcro is particular member of tho convention was folks never goes back on ye; what den.' go to town without carrying free choico thcro is freo speech, and or was not willing to sign it as a whole, N. Y. Herald. g somothing to sell, and nevor buy CLOVERPORT.KY whero freo speech, freo peoplo. And no matter what bis social or official posiSleep does not always visit those nickwithout paying for it. that's tho kind of people tho constitu- tion, these aro not in any sense reasons Tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazetto tion was mado for. Our boasting shall on tho ono l?ido or tho other for tho ed with a cough unless tho great remedy not bo in vain and hero is tho proof ; adoption or tho rejection of tho instru- "O. 0. 0., Certain Cough Curo" is taken in commenting on tho now organization, nnd tho Cough cured. Sold by J. W, snysi "No other class of citizens havo Section 101 provides for tho election of ment. Tho opposition of tho Courier-Journis no reason why a Democrat Owen. tho power and opportunity to carry out commonwealth's attorneys, circuit clerks, this plan of tho Rclianco Order savo tho count clerks, sheriffs, jailers, &c. Sec- should opnoso it any moro than the Somo ancient dame is crying sour farmers. Merchants can not, becaubo tion 102 declares that "No persons shall endorsement of tho Republican Conven bo eligible to tho oHlccs mentioned in tion should cause tho Republicans to cranes nbout kissing. Sho declnres thnt they aro not producors. .Manufactures, Section 101 who is not at tho timo of his support it. It is intended to bo an im- It Is dangerous; that scarlet fovor and though producors, must soil nnd buy, election a citizen of Kentucky provement oq tho ancient instrument other things nro transmitted byioscula-tion- . nnd both must work thrco hundred days Well, whnt of it? Kissing is a in tho year and keep open shop or quit " ono yelir fairly good in its day, but ontiroly inadeand who has not resided in tho county next proceeding his elec- quate to moot tho oxigoncics of that era popular institution, and no amount of business. Rut tho farmers aro indepention." Now to a muddy headed man it is of modorn development upon which wo grunting by disappointed old maids is dent of theso exactions, nnd if thoy not quite clear what county is meant nil trust Kentucky bas at last entered. going to boycott it. If it were proven would, as thoy can, live up to tho now A pamphlet of information and tb- liraci 01 ins laws, snowing now 101 If after full, fair nnd freo discussion, it thnt klsssing brought on inflammatory plntform of tho ''Reliance Ordor," in a wheji it is declared that tho commonv UDiAin iiiouis. uweais. 'iT&aei wu jtm. viuru, uoPTninu, O. SUij wealth's attorney Bhall liavo resided in is bolioved that it is n mensurably wiso rheumatism, gout, Bright's diseaso, fow years thoy could Jiavo monoy to .141M MUNN sJSSl Broadway, tho county ono year proceeding his elec- improvement on tho old, by all means phthisis, scarlet fovor or tho mumps, tho lond to tho banks." Winchester Demonew Y.rb, tion but to level headed folks tho let it bo adopted. If not, let somo better kisser would go bravely after tho kissco crat. thing is plain. Mark tho use of tho lim- instrument take its place. But tho with his old timo vigor, and tho old Save Money and Suffering. iting ndjecMvo the the county ? That opinion nrrived nt should bo reached on- maids could still sit in their cornors nnd means tho best county in the State. ly upon fair nnd reasonable - grounds. prepare lotions for tho wounded. Ex. Ono feature of tho thousands of tesSurely no ono doubta what county that It is to bo tho samo organic law for all timonials that bnvo boon given in behalf You nro out nothing If you got a bot of S. S. S. is remarkable. In numbers "of citizens alike, irrospoctivo of party affiis. According to tho genoral corsensus of opinion, freely nnd boldly expressed liation, Democratic supremacy in tho tlo of "O. C O. Certain Chill Curo" from instances it is related that n great deal of by nil our candidates for to state, and porliapsa larger rolatiyo su- J. W. Owen, nnd if It docs not curo your timo and monoy havo boon spent in a county officers, Lincoln Is entitled to premacy in tho Convention, placed upon Chills and Fever. It Is guaranteed. vnln oflbrt to secure relief from diseaso that honor. Hence, it follows that all that party the greater amount of responin tho usunl way. "A knowledge of tho tho commonwealth's attorneys in tho sibility. Tho presumption is that this Things Wo Would like to Know. virtues of Swift's Specific would havo rcspqnsibililyvwas fully appreciated by State thoro will bo aboflt 32, all told saved the timo and tho monoy, to say Why women kiss each other. must bo taken from Lincoln county. men of tho typo that largoly composed nothing of tho provontion of tho sufferWhy politeness is not moro plontiful. And that's why wo are for tho now con- tho Convention nnd that their duties Why fat folk want to bo lean and loan ing. Thoro need bo no such mistakes wero conscientiously performed. That folk want to bo fat. stitution- in a horn. Interiqr Journal. mndo now. Tho great blood purifier is this responsibility and conscientious disWhy somo millionaires keep on accu- for salo by druggists everywhere, and So Not Suffer Any Longer, charge o duty wcro shared by tho Re- mulating moro monoy. tho S. S. S. company in Atlanta will Knowing that a cough can bo chockod publican element is a natural presumpWhy somo doctors who donounco ad- send to any address their Trcatlso on CHILL CUFfE. in a day, and tho first stages of consumption not only from tho character of tho vertising liko to seo their names in' Blood and Skin Diseases freo, and n CHKAPSOT MEDICINE JCNOWM CONSIOERINQ QUALITY AND 8IZ OF DOSE. tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaranmen but the additional fact that tho print. pamphlet containing nftny of tho thouaxrxun tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Itemody, number of Republicans was too small to DYSPEPSIA. Why property owners don't put down sands of testimonials thoy havo received BILIOUSNESS, and will refund tho monoy to all who make, any hope of combination with n new brick pavements in plnco of tho old from thoso wh6 havo experienced tho AMD CHSONIO OONBTIFATIOH. buy, tako it as per directions, and do possible disaffected element for nu in- rough stono ones, that aro a constant oyo boncflts of this wonderful medicino. MARTIN, not find our statement correct. For stant ontortainnblo, Tho natural pre- soro to pedestrians. BROaaisT Salo by Q. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., sumptions aro not against, but in favor Thoso who lovo tho peoplo will voto NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky I and Witt & Mpador, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. of tho now Constitution's being repre- Buy tho Monarch Shirt, against tho proposed Constitution. Cloverport, bloom Builders Hardware, Nails, Hinges Screws, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, A isllvcrv moonlicam on a summer nl(jit Crept noiselessly Into my lonlcly room, I awoke and watched Its pure, transparent light Would it not bo strangly unnatural, ''Hbrspclllngark'neSs', golltudc and gloom. then, should affairs at home crcato no It'threw i,ponthe tnhlc a bright glow , """Oppuro celcstiTiI beauty over all , interest? Private enterprises and individual successes of personal friends as a That l.i)' thereon, and as the moon sank low It crossed the floor and reached the farther, matter of course afford pleasure j while wall. tho sad changes and casualities incident light And as It rose it shed a brilliant to human frailty and conditions, elicit Upon a picture lair, a Iocly face,? sympathy. But in a larger sense, there Whose gentle beauty In the still of night Seemed lint the presence of some Christian is a keen and nbiding interest in what Orace. j' affects tho public prosperity nnd generThe features, lighted with a ninny smlli; al happiness not only of our own town In shades th.it artist hands could not portray, (I beg pardon, city) and county, but of Seemed lfcavcnly, ethereal for awhile, And thci) the moonbeam slowly moed the entire state. away. Mcthought, whlc gazing on the beauteous sight Perhaps at no timo for years has thoro Sonic friend, some joy deputed had returnbeen in Kentucky politics so distinctly ed, an issuo of vital importance to tho stato And In the beauty of that glowing light Could read the thoughts that In my bosom as tho adoption or rejection of tho proburned. posed Constitution. From tho informaFond memory drew her fairest pictures nfgh, tion at hand tho impression I have is, Pleasures, times ami, scenes long since dethat tho fight is not on tho linGs that parted, usually divide tho stato politically. In A sullen, h'cavy cloud o'er spread the sky this there is cause for congratulation, for And I was left alone, bereft, deserted. Sli is our lot. The shadows, dark and drear it bespeakes in behalf of tho proposed Ari oft dtsneltnl liv linnn.fnsnfrintr rnVll. instrument a discussion moro full nnd That linger but a while, then disappear, impartial than could bo expected wcro And fc.oe us (reeling on our lonely way. such n change ns that proposed a dis' Around us hero bright rays of sunshine fall, Sweet music cheers our hearts, and flowers tinctive party issuo. That it lias not nny thing iu'cccssary to remind mo of Kentucky In general, and of the little town in particular that nestles so snugly nmitl the hills on tho banks of the Ohio, perhaps this first anniversary of my arrival in this beautiful capital would furnish the necessary reminder. Hut fortunately, I need no reminder other than an nttnehment to that soil which must ever bo moro sacred by som'o degree than any other. Not a driveling,' sickly sentimentality finding expression in childish winnings to engage in the same boyish sports and follies that once furnished nmusoment ; not a foolish discontent with presant surroundings, because lacking necessarily in somo of tho conditions that uiako one's homo dear to him ; not a provin cial, fault finding prejudice that blinds ono to all tho commendablo characteristics of other peoplo as well as tho shortcomings of our own, this, I trust, is not tho nature of my attachment to tho state whose name I loyo. Hut, on tho other hand, I hope it Is a hearty, sincere attachment that, despite enforced, separation, makes her streams clearer, her skies brighter, her flowers richer nnd sweeter in perfumo, and abovo all, her people by a little truer and warmer-hearte- d than any other. This only in seeming? Very well, then, tho delusion being perfect, it can in nowise diminish that plcasuro which comes to her sons battling for a livelihood far from her borders when s memory sweeps tho of old associations. harp-string- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. JOORMAN & jJEELER, Come ! Come ! Come ! GLENDEANE. KY. HEADQUARTERS FOR sLAUGHTERED PRICES OF To tho great Feast of ! Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, , Wo have just received a very largo and beautiful assortment of WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which wo aro closing out at prices which will astonish you. Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. FOR THE NE1XT TEN and DAYS. you Ginghams They worth t WITT & ME AD OR, - DRESS GOODS. In Dress Goods wonro displaying Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep nt prices ranging from nnc solid Colors at unprecedentedly low 33 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also a full lino ranging in prices. Call nnd sco thobcautics we aro of White Skirting Goods, prices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard displaying. Calicos, including Indigos. nt C cts. per yard. will sell for S and 9 cts., 10 12. Calicoes, best Chambray styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth 6 to 7. Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 for the next ten days only. Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to 15. . Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. 1 yards wide' formerly sold for 2 c cts. J. ' Fine Persian Lawns and Mulls 12J to 15 cts. worth 15 to20. India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. Bleached Cotton best brand Hope 8 cts. worth 10. Lodics' Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12 L H (jents JNeck Wear from 5 cts. up. Jf Suspenders from 10 cts. tin to ko worth from ic Gent's cts. . Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days only. Don't fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this auction closes. We mean business and will do what we say. fif ' . m toe Respectfully. Main Street, WITT & MEAD0R, HARDINSBURG, KY. Wo havo just received n beautiful lino of opriqg Clothiiii fc 1 s Which we arc selling at prices which astonish every ono who lino. examine-thi, GROCERIESVwo lead in prices, wo aro selling them regardless In Ui J of cost. Call and see our line, tho most complcto over brought to tho country & eg JSPtraT 1111 Bookman iiJ & beelee, KY. GLENDEANE, S3 Y V Wo aro also agents for tho Celebrated ''Studebaker" wagons an tho "Oliver ChillcdU Plow. Wo sell tho Horse Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by tho North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade of Fertilizer, tho host oh tho market, call and get our prico before buying. Wo will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. scnativo of tho best tbought-o- f a body numbering among its members somo of tho ablest men of tho stato. If tho discussion, which should bo exhaustive, bears out tho presumption that it is a measurably wiso improvement over tho old, Democrats and Republicans should stand shoulder to shoulder in its support. This I fully bcllovo will bo tho result olso I misconceive tho character ' ' , of Kentucky voters. Rom 11 Wodn Washington D. C, Juno 15, 1891. A Success. Royal Gorinotuer is established as a remarkablo success. Thousands of testimonials attest its virtue. Many of these nro given by men nnd women of tho highest standing in tho most honored walks of life. In tho midst of a flourishing and rapidly increasing business, tho prico is reduced from $1.50 to SI per bottle. This is. donoin the interest of thoso whoso circumstances iu life deter them from paying tho higher prico. Tho rich will buy it nt any prico, but tho managers feel that a medicino which possesses such wonderful powers should bo placed within tho reach of tho poor. Many have said that Germetue'r was tho cheapest medicine on tho market. When it is remembered that a bottlo of Germetucr makes n gallon of medicino ready for use, it is certainly cheaper than ordinary medicino in a bulk, and when tho powers of tho medicino nro taken into account, tho prico amounts to almost nothing. Germctucr.is tho coming success that has already como. Ask your druggist for itA and if bo cannot supply you write to E. M. Coleman, General Representative, Louisville, Ky. Send for book containing particulars and history of wonderful cures. 02 The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can bo found at Along our pith way, then decay ; but all Shall be reality beyond the tomb. forc-gon- '' piln-klllc- We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit tho times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak TannedTCeather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90o and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, ?2.50, ?3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7,00 and $10.00. We carry a lino of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. MAMBMMWSo- - ..t, 3D- The Third KCL.nivdiiBZL.EJTonr- - J. !.. Party Paragraphs. es L. MILLEKS any-thin- al Tho People's party platform makes a loud call for monoy. About election time tho loud call will rise to a shriek. Pittsburg Dispatch In tho People's party platform tho letter if not tho spirit has been : Lot us havo P's. Philadelphia Times Closo students of history say that tho first troublo caused by a third party occurcd in tho Garden of Eden. Jerry SimpSt. Louis son walked the plank of tho Pcoplo's party platform voluntarily, and ho and tho party havo left each other to their fato. St. Paul Globo A cipher dispatch on naval business tho other day took four lieutenants six hours to read, although it had but fivo words. What a chnnco for Donnelly nnd his People's party boom Suppose that Chicago Intcr-Occn- n tho third party by placing tickots in tho field endanger Knnsas, Iowa and Ohio in No 1892, who would bo benefitted? Democratic stato of tho south will bo menaced. Tho schomo will bo to throw tho election into tho houso, where thcro will bo but ono solution. Baltimore American Perhaps somo peoplo nro so anxious nbout joining now parties because thoy cannot get nominations in tho old ones. Philadelphia Press "Wo will sweep tho country," says Senator Potior, "ns the cyclone sweeps tho western prairies." Ruin and devastation mark tho path of tho cyclone. It sweeps life nud property nway in its dreadful progress. Philadelphia Item BANK. ov HAEDIHSBURG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLElt, M. II. BEA11D, Cashier. Q. W. BEAUD Globe-Democr- at MOHRIS ESKRIDOE U. M. JOLLY. J Directors. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. LouisvifIe,Hardijisbur& Western R, R, No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 6.00 o'olook n. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. Kast Hound Trains Wot Hound Tralm Daily Ually Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, No. 2 No. 6 No. 6 No. 1 CSIJam lllSain Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 45ain 6 4311 715 7 7 7 8 37 45 65 28 862 UK) 47 1015 10 2U 10 41 1101 11 20pm llarncd Junction 12 U Ilardliuliurir 12 23 Junction Kirk 1230 12 47 Jolly Gleiuteanc 105 120 llockvale 12U Kuth Aiklns 135 Oaks 148 200l'm ArKordivlllc I.v 12 1142 11 Mam 05pm Garfield 912 862 841 828 815 8 7 7 7 6 4(50 4 211 4 1 8 37 03 44 2U 4 00 3 48 323 3 00 22(1 140 1 2U 12 48 20 712 667 1224 45iml2 00m THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, (L. B. & ST. L. It. B.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST St. Louis, AND BEST LINE TO AND ALL POINTS Evansville South-Wes- t. 5 Witt's Littlo Early Risers never gripo or causo nausea. Mild but sure, assist rather than force. Best littlo pill Lr. Do West and Tims-Car- for sick headache, chronic constipation, dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. Tho Indiana Knights of Pythias have shut out wholcsalo nnd retail liquor dealers from membership. in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, d Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. ...7:25 Arr St. Louis 7:45 Evansvlllo 2:25 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, J0S.S.0DI0RNE, den'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT. Trar. Pang'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, &VJLSW THE BEST Earth has no other joy liko unto that of tho woman who has mado' eighteen calls and found ovorybody out. "Always aim a littlo higher than tho What! mark," says a philosopher. Kiss a girl on tho noso ? Never. Vory popular, vory small, very good Do Witt's Littlo Early Risors, tho pill for constipation, biliousness, sick headache Sold by G, W, Short. S. GREGORY ft CO,, Headquarters for W MEDICINE it wiiii also 0. 0. LIVER Reaper and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich ipan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Piaster Hair, Pine & Poplar Shingles II BnocK, chiof of tho Govermont Brick, Flow Handles, Pine FlooriaKal-wav- a kept on hand. Bureau of Statistics, predicts that com Orders accompanied by cash promptwill not go below forty cents a bushel ly filkJ. when tho now crop is gathered. r ess: ' S6SK3-S6- S Wtniiimrnmuun'mni & PADL'CAir AtiD THE PRESS Tho meeting of the Press Convention at Paducah Juno 4th and 5th was one of 20,000 ncres of land in this section, nro operating largely in staves. h Breckenridge. News. WEDNESDAY, JNO. D. & and "U " m.iniri-ri- i "" BRANDENBURG.' ANNOU$ICliMttNTS. JUNE 17, 1891. . . 1 I r1 V- - ' it. if . ' VmOlKGIlAHIIAOK, ndltors and tho most pleasant meetings known in Proprietor. the history of tho association. There wcro nearly u hundred members present many of whom were accompanied by 1.,,'M, I,..i:.T. I.ocnl Time Curtl. Tho gates 10.05 a.m. their wives and daughters. Mall and Express going Bait 11.07 a.m. of the city were thrown wide open to " West ' 5.58p.m. Express Eait , and their wives and tho splendid .. 9 27 p.m. them . " " Wett 11.19 a.m. greeting given thorn by tho local press " Bait Local Freight ' ..10.01 a.m. and tho citizens generally will bo a " " Weit pleasant feature long to bo remembered. 1Ion John 0. IUien will ftjwak nt Paducah is a beautiful city situated on Unnllnsburg, July 4th. a high plane on tho west bank of tho Ohio river, nt the mouth of tho Tennes-sc- o 10 miles below tho mouth of tho L. GnvstMAN & Co., boot and bIioo dealers, of Louisville, liavo made nn as- Cumberland, and not far from tho Mississippi. Her streets, mado of gravsignment. el which is found in great abundanco in Tin: l'rcsiilent has appointed tho close proximity to tho city nro marvels of Judges for tho Land Court, two of tho beauty and smoothness. Paducah is proud of her streets and pavements and five being Democrats. she has n right to be. In tho matter of excel Aim'kaiskiw liavo made an inventor' of trasportation very few cities the estate of P. T. Barnum, showing it Paducah and her present prosperity and growth is duo in a great measure to to bo worth 4,270,532. these excellent facilities. Five railroads Jfit. Severs is successfully answering already center thero and others aro all tho arguments of Dr. Harned and do- building. Ono lino leads direct to tho ing it purely from a Democratic stand- Atlantic at tho splendid harbor of Now-po- rt News ; another goes straight to tho point. gulf via Now Orleans, and tho Paducah, Since tho Decoration Day cpisodo at Tcnncssco and Alabama railroad is now Whitosvillc, tho people of that place rapidity building to Birmingham and liavo organized a polico forco for self tho southeastern Atlantic coast. The St. Louis and Paducah railroad furnishprotection. es an excellent outlet to tho north and Foster has held another north west. Tho Ohio nud Mississippi Skcrctakv conference with tho President in refer-eur- o railway is building its system into tho to tho bond loan. No conclusion city nnd when completed will givo her n direct route to Chicgao and tho north. was reached though the Secretary advocated the extension at 2 per cent. Paducah now claims a population of Hon. Thos. S. Petit, of Daviess county, 17,000 permanent inhabitants; an inwho has been long a Democrat and crease of more than 100 per cent, during b;cn honored with high positions from tho past decade.. During the last seven his party, now deserts and accepts the years 1,323 buildings have been erected "People's Party" nomination for Repre- within tho corporate limits, at a total sentative. cost of $231,700. Among them is a beautiful and imposing Custom House built It is stated that tho States accouut of white lime-stonan ornament to the with tho banks at Frankfort is now over- city, and a lasting monument to the best draw about $100,030, and beforo Juno 1, governmcut under tho sun, when under tho overdraft will be $200,000. Tho Democratic rule. A handsomo city hall, will have to bo made up from the a large and beautfful high-schobuilding taxes of tho next fiscal year. a number of largo commodious and well arranged wholesale and retail business 1'itor. Mellcnry Rhodes, of Hartford houses, and there's no end to tho large, College, has been appointed superintend- elegant and beautifully adorned homes ent of schools in tho city of Frankfort. of her citizens. And then at the back of There is a desiro on a part of tho people all these aro a number of largo manufacof Hartford that Prof. W. 15. Ilaygood bo turing establishments to givo life nnd elected superintendent of the college vigor to her prosperity. Foundries, furthere. niture factories, sash and door factories, planing mills, saw mills, plug tobacco A iMxrrni.VK that is good enough for factories, and a blast furnace (in tho one place is good enough for all in a course of erection), to make 100 tons of n friends pig iron daily. A campaign. Our ico machine, liavo doubtless learned that a candidate splendid water works, 10 miles of electric had best stick to a principle, bo it ever street railway, gas and electric light so weak. Democratic doctrine nt one plants, a splendid flro department, two point and Republican at an other don't daily newspapers, morning nnd evening, nverage. and in fact she likes nothing to make her the model city that she is. Tho girls arc Wii vshuold there bo any talk about the tho prettiest wo ever saw; modest, retirAlliance supporting its candidate, when ing nnd in every way lovely to look upon. it has been admitted repeatedly that it There's a genuino Kentucky hospitality has no caudidato ? As an organization prevailing among all her citizens that it refused to name a candidate on account gets next to a fellow nud ho can't help of constitutional restrictions, and it is falling in lovo with tho town as we sinnot worth while to try to establish claims cerely did; and wo would say in tho on the Wheeler vote this late in the language of old man Greely instead of going west young man go to Paducah. season. From Paducah wo ran down to Hick-tuan- n to visit an old aunt (of our wife) where wo spent n most delightful day V 'e are authorised to announce (1U3. W. niOIIAUDSON, and night. ,. " V e, nt 40-to- Tin: Ilawesvillo Plaindealer says : "A lunacy suit against Kll Pulliam was tried before Judge Tuber yesterday, and the jury found him of unsound mind. The young man is a nophew of Judge Pulliam, who is now serving n fourteen year sentence for killing James Miller, in Ifardinsburg. Tin: speech of Chancy M. Depow upon the occasion of the unveilinc of the Grant monument at Galena, 111., June 3d, is in every way characteristic of the greatest American orator. In its rhetorical construction, wealth of languago and historical facts it is a glittering gem, but there aro many admirers of Leo who can believe this scntenco : "Wo are not yet far enough from the passions of tho civil strife to do full justice to the genius of the general who commanded tho rebel The writer and his wife are under special obligations to Editor Thompson and his estimable wife, Mr. Reuben Rowland and wife, brother of Capt. Rowland of this city, and Mrs. Burnett of the Burnett House for kind and courteous treatment whilo in Paducah. The program arranged for tho meeting quite interesting and highly enjoyed. There ought to bo a little more business run into these meetings. A combination of business and pleasure would bo more profitable to all. was nnnv." It is tho popular opinion that tho tarill question is tho only issue between the two parties. Whilo it is principal and sulliciont there aro others that the peoplo should not loso sight of. The Forco Dill is not dead yet by any means, nud Mr. Harrison is as much in favor of it now as ho was a year ago. Tho Dill is oppressive in its nature, but tho Forco Dill is an outrage on our cherished rights and liberties, and the peoplo must not forget its importance as nn issue of tho campaign of 1892. Mc-Kinl- None more enjoyable or profitablo feature of our trip was our ride over the country. We left hero on the Texas, one of the best roads wo found on our trip, arrived in Henderson nt 2 p. in. where we were met at the depot by- - Mr. Edwin Hodge, taken to his hospitable, elegant homo where a splendid luncheon that would have done credit to u Del- monico was found waiting. After lunch eon, in company with Mrs. Hodge, wo took a short drive over the city. Henderson is improving rapidly. Several handsome business blocks have recently been put up that are a credit to any city. In ono of theso now buildings wo found our young friends and former townsmen Hambleton & Burks with nn elegant stock, and doing a thriving business. From Henderson wo took tho O. V. road to Princeton, passing over as lovely a country as wo over saw. Morganfleld on this road looks prosperous and healthful, and from the country surrounding it wo judge it to be a good business point. Wo stayed over night nt Princeton, stopping nt tho Bank house, whero wo were pleasantly cared for by tho proprietors. Princeton is a very good town and is on tho line of two railroads, but doesn't seem to bo over dono with business. Clover-po- rt is a much better town than Princo-to- n judging from what wo could see. From Princeton tho C. & O. railroad landed us without accident in Paducah about 0 a. in. Thursday. The rido from Princeton to Paducah was over an entirely now country to us. It Ih a Ann section of tho State and ono that is developing rapidly. Grand Rivers, n boom town n fow miles from Princeton on tho linn nf this road, looks as if sho had something to base a boom on besides printers ink. Several largo iron furnaces uro in courso of erection and a great many now build-ing- s of various kinds and sizes nro going up. Tho Cumberland nnd Tonnefrsco rivers run close together at this point and both aro spanned with handsomo bridges. On tho train wo met Mr. Tlioo. Courcier, agent of tho Cincinnati Coopemgo Company with headquarters nt Casey vllle, Ky. Ho Hays his company has recently bought V v seem that our good friend and correspondent Robt. E. Woods is drifting into the old ruts, and that his associations in Washington have not improved his once progressive ideas of which ho Imitated beforo leaving his native heath. It is either this or ho is not fully posted as to tho merits of tho now Constution. Tho News in its humble It would judgement thinks that instrument anything else than n progressive measure. And no more striking instance) of its disadvantages to tho progress and development of a town or county can bo given than right here in our own town. Under tho new instrument wo could not liavo secured our machine shops or our brick plunt. These enterprises that aro so valunblo to our town and its present prosperity liavo been inado possible by tho coming of tho railroad. Tho brick plant especially was brought about and its establishment hero is duo almost entirely to tho McCrackens, who aro the owners and operators of tho railroad. Under tho now Constitution thoy would bo prohibited from investing their money In any local enterprises. Do wo want a Constitution that prevents tho development of our mineral resources ? Do wo want a Constitution that drives capital away from our towns and villages. Wo think not mid so do tho people. From Hickman wo returned via the Mr. Geo. Caspcrko visited tho city last Nashville & Chattanooga railway to whero the Memphis branch of week. tho L. & N. crosses this road. The counMiss Ella Dowden has returned fnmi a try from Hickman to McKcnzio is fine, visit to Clovcrport. being highly improved and in a high Mr. Charles Casperko spent Sunday state of cultivation. It is n great wheat with his parents here. country nnd the crop this yenr promises Mrs. Masonn Fountaiuo spent a couple 'nn nbundnnt yield. of days in tho city last week. ilr. Wado Drury, of Bewloy vllle, spent At McKcnzio we changed cars for Louisville, 213 miles distant. Wo passed Sunday hero with relatives. Mrs. B. Young and son Percy, of Louisthrough Paris and Clarksville, Tenn., Bowling Green, Ky. and several other ville, nro boanllng at Mr. A. Morcnien's. prominent places, arriving in Louisvlllo Mrs. Chris McGeheo is visiting her at 3 a. m. Sunday and home that night, brother Mr. Morgan Fountaiuo, of Holt. having traveled n distance of over 700 Mrs. D. C. Puscy and daughter, Mary, miles without interruption or accident. returned Wednesday night fnmi a visit Wo came homo satisfied that thero is no to Lebanon. better town in tho State, nor one that Mr. Win. M. Ditto'slittlo daughter has any brighter future than our own Corinno is recovering from an attack of no better people, nnd that our chances diphtheria. as a town and people are Just as good as Masters Johnnie Meador and Tommio All wo liavo to do is any wo liavo seen. Grief, of Big Spring, spent Sunday with to pull together and we'll get there. Dabney Rawlings. IRVINGTON. Mrs. Ellen Robinson returned to Big Mrs. Willa Harrison spent Sunday in Spring Monday after n two week's visit in our burg. Guston. 9 from n Mrs. E. B. Guartncy, of Corydon, Ind., Mrs. John Boyd has returned spent last week with friends in Brandon-faw- g visit to Illinois. nnd vicinity. Mr. Leo Yates, of Louisville, was in Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lewis returned tho city over Sunday. Master Eugene Newman, of Louisville, Monday from Pinovillo where they liavo been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Malin. is in town on a short visit. Mr. Joo McGeheo and sister Miss Mat-tiMr. and Mm. Robert Vaughn, of went to Irvington Saturday to attend Stephonsport, are in the city. inusicale at that place Saturday oven-inM. Willett, of Ekron, are the Dr. and Mrs. the guests of Mrs.- - Jno. AVimp. Mr. Geo. Frymirc, Union Star, came Miss Ella Kurtz, of Webster, is tho up to attend the musicalc Friday night guest of Mrs. W. P. Ilaygood. and will spend a few days with friends Judge Mercer was hero Friday even- here. ing enrouto home from Louisville. Mr. Bryant, of Baldwin Piano Co., Miss Kittic Munford has returned Louisville, spent a taw days hero last from school in Covington, Tennessee. week and was present at Mrs. Grinnell's Misses Hardin, Hay and Roberts, of musical. Brandenburg, nre the guests of Miss It was with deepest regret we learned Bcttio McGehee. of the deatli last Tuesday of little VirMrs. Jane Brooks and Miss Ella Smith, ginia Ilcrndon, youngest child of Mrs. of Hardinsburg, nro the guests of the Anuio Ilcrndon. McGlothlnn Hotel. The Salvation Army was out in full Misses Mattie nnd Deo McGehee, of force again Saturday afternoon with a Brandenburg, aro visiting tho family of fow now members. The "drummer-hoy- " Bate Washington. is faithful still. Miss Francis .Teauuettc Goodson, of Mrs. Jack Cooper returned to her Bowling Green, is here assisting her sis- homo in Louisville Wednesday night ter in the inusicale. after a week's visit with her parents Mr. Tho many friends of little Virginia anil Mrs. John liny. Ilcrndon will be grieved to hear of her Mrs. D. W. Lewis and daughter, Lena, sudden death on !Hh inst. arrived homo Monday after a visit of Miss Goodson returns her thanks for several weeks in Baldwin City, Kan., the printed programs presented by tho Kansas City, Mo. and Chicago, 111. "BnixKENiiiDOE News." Mr. James Fairlcigli, Mr. D, W. Lewis, Hon. Lafo Green, of Falls of Rough, Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Wathcn and Mrs. came up to tho concert Saturday, nnd is Abo Ditto, jr.; left for Louisvillo Sunday to attend tho funeral of Jcnnio Fairlcigli. the guest of Mr. Ed. Bennett. Tho primary election hero Saturday Miss Annie Tidings nnd Messrs Ed. Owen nnd Minor Stewart, of Louisville, passed on" very quietly. Mr. Ben Willett is the nominee for. the Legislature. Have are the guests of Miss Ellen Munford. Messrs Richardson and Jenkins, ac- not heanl yet what majority ho received. One of our matrons had rather a funny companied by tho Misses Richardson and Brashear, attended tho conceit Sat. experienco not long since whilo making light bread. It raised so rapidly whiln unlay evening. Tho concert, given at the Baptist she was kneading it that she had to call church, under the management of Miss for asslfatanco to hold it on tho board Ella Goodbon, was a success worthy of until she could get it in tho pans. This Everything was is not an advertisement for yeast nor an our highest praise. preformed with ease and elegance. Tho atmospheric story. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Woodson's baby program was of a very high order, proving clearly the proficiency of Miss Good-so- died Saturday night of cholera infantum, Especial progress was noted in the and was buried Sunday afternoon in the Tho Iittlo ones that could cemetery here. This is the fourth Iittlo children. hardly reach the keys on the piano per- ono Mr. and Mrs. Woodson have lost, formed with the easo and correctness of nnd their cup of sorrow seems indeed much older heads. Quito a number of full. They hnvo the sympathy of a largo peoplo were in attendance from Louis- circlo of relatives and friends in their sad bereavement. ville, Brandenburg, Fordsville, Hardinsburg and Elizabcthtown. Little Jcnnio Fairleigh, daughter of Summer Excursion Bates to Clover Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh, died at their homo in Louisville Saturday night. port For Tar Springs. Taking effect Saturday Juno 20 and Her death was caused by heart disease good until August 3d. to She was just recovering from a severe atTickets Clovcrport and return ono fare round tack of diphtheria. Sho was buried in trip. Good for trains 53 and "t on Sat- Cavo Hill cemetery Surdny afternoon. urdays and trains 51 and 52 on Sundays May "He who doeth all things well" only. Returning good for 53 and 54 on comfort tho stricken family. Sundavs only. Children's Day exercises at the Baptist S. A. Wikei, G. P. A. church Sunday were replete with inter est. The Iittlo folks had been thoroughly LONG BRANCH. trained and gave their recitations in a Mr. F. Ditto Sr., returned to the city manner that would hava done credit to Sunday night. much older people. The musical proMost of the wheat will bo cut in tho gram was well rendered. Tho decorabottom this week. tions wero very pretty. A largo audience Our public road was worked Monday. present. Some had to stand during tho Sam Fowler foreman. exercises, tho church was so crowded, Mr. C. Crawfonl, foreman Ky., Rock The "Pupils Recital" given by Mrs. II, Gas Company, was in tho city last week. P. Grinnell's pupils Friday ovening, was Miss Iney Dooly is spending a few quito a success in every particular, and days at Guston visiting. A. Ditto Jr., nnd Jennie BickeretnlT a largo audionco greeted the performers. liavo each purchased a MqCormie bind- The couit room was tastefully decorated witli flowers and oveigreens. Chief er. among its attractions were the smiling Master Tom Tear and brother spent last week with their undo A. J. Bicker-stai- r. happy faces of this "rosebud ganlen of girls" who comprise Mrs. GrinnoU's class. Misses Fannio Wolfork nnd Lucy Master Charles Nevitt has tho distinction Rawlings visited Miss Mary Bickser-taf- of being tho only male member, but wears his honors well and his playing bust wcok. Mrs. A. Ditto Jr., attended tho burial was much complimented. Mrs.Grinnell is u teacher of long experienco and abilof Iittlo Jennie Fairlelgh Sunday evenity and her pupils mako rapid advanceing at Louisville. ment. Her musicales aro always looked Miss Mattie McGhce, of tho lower bottom Spant several days of last week vis- forward to with pleasant anticipations. Tho following was tho program for tho iting her cousin Miss Nellie. evening: Mis. W. C. McGhce nnd two daughters Eva and Katy were visiting at Holt KuusU March, 15.Ml Jennie Woolfolk. l'r.i)cr, Itcv. II. Morrison. and Stephensport last week. Salutatory, Cli.irlen Net ill. Wo would like to engago a good teach ltolllntr ItllIow,-Ia- ly Mclntlre, Maud IlcrnJon er for our fall school, beginlng tho 1st Pearly Dcwdrnix, I.I1I4 lluyncs. of Sept. W. C. McGhee, Sam Fowler and Snow Hull, Clu. Ncltt, Mary lay no. l'c.irl Laces Viiltit, Lena lllchariUnn, Win. Hallway trustees. . Martha, Mattie I.. o, e, g. n. T 1 More-men- V a candhlnte Tor re cloctlnn to the Legislature from Monde county, subject to the action ot the Detnocratlo primary, June 1.1, 1891. Plitlcoti, Mattie Morcnuyi, Llda llnyno. Alpine Waltz, Cha. Novltt, Maud Ilcrndon. Carnival Du Venice, -- Klla, lluynos, Lena ltlcli- ardaon. Kentucky Golou.idc, Mattie L, Morcineii. Hun Hire bholtlnche, Lena ltlchanUoii, Cha. Xevltt. Vnle Canrlcc, Maud Ilcrndon,- Dalny Mclntlre Itcmark, Mr. II. P. Rrlnncll. l'au.tn March, Jennie Woolfolk. llencilictloii, Itcv. K. II. Morrlton. - - lamMmiirTTMi hi in mirir--'- - - - -- ' ' ' IX MEMOItV OK JENNIE FAllil.EUllt who died Juno 13th, 1801. Our Father has removed another of his jowels to his home above. Taken one of our best beloved to dwell with him forevermore. Bright-eyewinsomo little Jennie, llio household pet and treasure Tho childish prattle, so dear to mothers' heart, is stilled. She haslound sweet rest, and will novcr have to battlo with tho trials and temptations of this life, hut waits on tho other shore to welcome her loved ones. Sweet little cherub, she has indeed found n fitting home. May tho dark clouds that now hover over your home, my bereaved friends, soon bo pierched by rays of sunlight. Your little ono is safe in His keeping. "lie glveth His beloved sleep. With deciest sympathy, Tkiirkm.. d, PURITY In food is the basis of GOOD HEALTH, PURE GROCERIES, TEAS, COFFEES, ETC. A Lucky Woman. Decatur., 111., Dec. 1, 1890. Mrs. Sarah O. Dodge, of this city, has 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 rcceivo her inheritance Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1800. Wo aro Mrs. Dodgo's lawyers, and by her seeing our advertisement, became tho agents of her good fortune. If your nncestors camo from tho old country, writo us and inclose $1 for our list of heirs. Thcr.0 nro more than half a billion dollars in Great Britian and Germany, unclaimed, which rightly belong to people in tho United States. to-da- OUR REPUTATION a' guarantee of their quailty. Our prices lower than elsewhere. is' BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRY OFFICE, 1(11 and 100 Randolph St., Chicago, 111., U. S. A. Obituary. Mis. Christina Rickctts was born in Pennsylvania Feb. 2, 1820. Sho joined tho church in early life in her nativo State. After sho moved to Clovcrport sho united with tho Methodist church April 1880, in which she lived n consistent member until deatli. Sister Rickctts, in company with her daughter, went, a year or moro ago, to visit relatives in Atchciston, Kan. There she was taken sick nnd brought homo by her son nnd daughter who nursed her tenderly until death relieved the patient sufferer Juno 8, 1801. Sister Rickctts was modest, retiring and devout. As sho was viituous and true to her religion, her end was peace. She was an afiectlonato mother, a good neighbor and a true christian. Sho was called to suffer tho will of God. In her illness, which was STEPHENSPORT. long and painful, I novcr heanl her murmur. She always seemed to join heartily Weather hot. with mo in prayer in my visits to her. But the "battlo has been fought, the Had a splendid rain Monday. victory won, and now sho rests. Mr, K. T. Ilnyncs was in Clovcrport May the Holy Spirit comfort the hearts Sunday. of tho children who mourn their loss", Miss Maud Smith is in to their grief and need, and visiting friends. to tho iufinito compassion of tho Mr. Jeff. Hook, of Hardinsburg, was Saviour. Hek Pastok. in town Sunday. Juno 15, 1801. Miss Ida Hanks is in Hardinsburg attending the Normal. Card of Thanks. Mr. J. F. Jenkins attended tho enterTho Clover Lodge No. 42. A. 0. U. W. most earnestly thank tho gentlemen who tainment nt Irvington Saturday. furnished the music at their entertainMr. and Mrs. Geo. Kayler, of Cincinment on last Thursday night. No better nati, uro visiting Mrs. Jnmes Hincr. music was ever given in this city and Mrs. McGehee, of Long Branch, is tho quality, stylo and sweetness of It was visiting her sister, Mrs. II. S. English. tho general comment and many remainMrs. C. C. Lewis left last week for ed to enjoy it till tho last strain died Howling Green to visit her mother. away. The lodge appreciates tho kindMessrs. Will Lcnnin and Amos Board, ness of tho gentlemen and its members wish for each member of the band tho of IlnrdiiiBburg, wcro in town last week. Mr. Fred Nappcr nnd wife, of Louissucceas (hat they deserve as musicians nnd the happiness and prosperity thoy ville, nro the guests of Mrs. It. J. Nappcr. merit as individuals. Mrs. Milt. Matheny is in Brandenburg Tho sweet music was supplemented by visiting her mother, Mrs. Ituth Dawson. a bovy of as sweet girls as ever waited Misses Jcnnio and Daisy Berry, of on tho "sterner sex." A man who could not have eaten nnd been refreshed by Louisville, nro visiting Miss Helen Bras-hea- r. viiiuds served by their fair hands were worse than a beast and not worthy of any Miss Kmmn Moseley returned homo To theso last week from Leltchllcld, where sho pleasures of earth or heaven. ladies tho lodge, whoso principal end is has been attending school. gratetho "protection of women"-returnMr. nnd Mrs. Henry Hawkins and Mr. ful thanks. M. Myers, of Louisville, aro tho guests To nil who nlded the order in this enof Mrs. J. C. Brashear. tertainment tho lodge is grateful. s VEST. Dry Goods i Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KYi Dry Uootls, Dress Quods, Notions, Ac. bt Innew styles, handsomo selections, choice More Are just receiving a great many of tho very novelties than over before. We will entity your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities In the bargain, DRESS GOODS. 30 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth 5 pes new all Wool Illk. Henrietta, 49o 4 pes now all Wool Blk. Henrlctte, CUc. 40o 85o 21a filo C5o worth m worth 75o Nice Unuble width Blk. Dress Goods at IS, 18, 20 and 2!o, worth twice the money. In fact we "aro Headquarters on all kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings, WASH GOODS. Qtnghains of all kinds Imported and Domestic Styles the latest and prices the lowest. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. Extra quality Lad. Hose, regular made worth 25o Kxtra quality Lad. Blk. Hose, worth 10c 25c Kztra quality Lad. Hose, fast black 8c pr pair Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 35o 20, 2&o Ladles' Lisle Hose, black, at 48u per pair. II. B. Corset, all sites, at 25c. 0, C. Corset, all siies, at 48o. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4o for eholce Hemstitched Handerchiefs, 5o 120. Ci.ovek Loikih No. 42. A. O. U. W. Syrup of Figs. Producod from tho laxativo nnd nutritious juice of California figs, combined with tho medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, dispelling colds and headaches, and curing habitual constipation. Many peculiar points mako Hood's superior to all other medicines. recullar in combination, proportion, nnd preparation of ItigTcdlcnts,! J Hood's Sarsaparllla possesses tho lull curative valuo ot tho jT L t best known romodl tho vegctablo klng- dom. rccunar in strength C' Hood's Bar- and economy saparllla tho onlymcdl Is. which can truly clno " Ono Hundred Doses licitald, Ono Dollar." Medicines In Peculiar &C for Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Mr. Joel Pile, of Buras, passed through Fine bordered. Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Lace and town last week on his wny homo lrom Silk Handkerchiefs a large assortment. Vnlpariso, where ho has been attending All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79o. lOo for all Linen Large Towels. school. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 7Jfc. LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. Tho ladies of tho Baptist church will givo a supper 17th, for tho be- 88o for our Nellie Bly, Sewed Shoes, In Button and front lace, all sites. nefit of the Sunday school. Ice cream a large and strawberries, so says the bill of fare. We have Shoes In and well assorted stock of Low Oxford Ties, Slippers, '&o. James Shelman nnd his son, Bichard OOMESTICS. A., wcio In Louisville lost week, and sold $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannelton Brown Cotheir crop of tobacco. The best leaf sold $1.00tton. for'20 yds. Good Check Cotton, for $211.50 per hundred pounds. The en- - $1.00 for 20 Good Bleaoh Cotton. tiro crop made an avcrago of $14.80 per $1.00 for IS yds. Best Bleached Cutton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Wool finish Dark Calicos hundred pounds. Who can beat it ? 8o for Gent's ji. SJrS'. Mr. Lewis Bollins, near her'e, had his hand very badly mashed on Friday last, by 0:10 train. Amputation was nccces-sarwhich operation was porformod by Again Drs. Goldstein and Milliner. whiskey is found to bo the cause, as ho being intoxicated had fallen asleep near the track, with his hand across tho mil. CLOTHING. y, Our Stock of Clothing comprises tho very best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Men, 8ack, Btralght Frock, Four Button Cutaway, Prince Albert, in all the latest Fnbrlm. For Boys', Youths and Children, we have anything you want, fruin tho lowest to best high grade goods, ; Geo.Yeakel&Co., BRANDENBURG, KY BURAS. Miss lleo Meyer is visiting in Hardin county. Miss Carrie 'Meyer is attending Normal. Several of our people nro in Hardinsy burg to hear Judge Murray's speech. None of our boys aro aiming to tako in Louisvillo and Baruum this time. Burns has about as much politics to tho square inch as nnv pluco in tho county. Ireland, I.Ida lluyncs, Daisy Mclotirc. La Chatelaine, Maud Ilcrndon. Canary Shottlclie, CliarlfB Nevitt, Peggy Ditto Cilrcade of Itotet, DaUy Mclntlre, Illnnll Itclcliita.lt' Walts Daly Mclntlre, I.Ida llaynci, Peggy Ditto. I.ncrltla Ilorgia, Maud Ilcrndon, Lena Itlchard- 1011. Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown, and lias won for Itself tho title of "The greatest blood purmcr ovor UlsoovoroU." Pecullarln lts"good namo homo," thero is now rmoro ot Hood's Sarsaparllla sold In lowoii, whore rltlIs made, Uian of all other blood purifiers, recullar In Its nVmnrtntn- r V") nal record of sales abroad( other preparation lias attained such poptt in so short a time, rcqulro larger doses, and do not V'produceas good results as nood's. recullar In Its medicinal merits. r How's Thii ! Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars ward for any caso of catarnih' Cure. Notice to Teachers. re- that can- not bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrah PropsToledo, O. Wo tho undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen yenrs, nnd believe him pcifectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially nblo to carry out any obligations made by their firm. Westife Trunx, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. rSold by all Druggists. & CO., Test!-monals F J CHENEY tiy Jno kcyor -- K Sun nine Walt,-Peg- 'gy I.Ida lllostom Gallop Mary I IIu)ne(, Philomel, Mattie I.. Moremcn, Daily Mclntlre Souvenir Do Hade, Kllcn lluyncs. Military Oalop, I.Ida and Mary S, lla.Nncn. Galop, Charles rtllt. Spring Vale M.uurka. llayne. Ditto. Lena ltlchardMiu, Vrand confidence among all classes of peoplo so steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, Tho following decisions of the Superintendent of Public Instruction hnvo been sont to mo : Ist.-Evapplicant for teachers certificates must bo examined on Smith's History of Kentucky. 2nd. A general averago of 'So per cent., but on no subiect less limn fin ,n- cent, will entitlo an applicant to n first class certificate : a ncrcentniro nf 7r. cont., but on no subject leas than Co po cent, 10 n scconu class certificate; a .. .... nerceiiiiiint nf nn nn i... on no '""i subject less than 60" per cent, out a third to ory ,. 7 but bo euro to get the recullar Medicine, SoHbymlldrugtUti. Jltilxforjft. 1'reporodonlr t7 O. I. IIOOU &. CO., Anothecarloi, Lowell, Mw. James W. Milled.. S. S. II. O. Or you are all worn out , rrnllnouil for nothing l l Beneru! debility. Try IV Hood's Sarsaparllla lOO Dotios Ono Dollar WlU cure you. and lve goal appetite. by all dealers In wedlcliw, Bold ft S 'sumrm'JmKsai.iiari tSK vxeaiesssjiii.' ZJ a'm Qs "ST . I'UJEJl -- !. II I. rfumtf-wm,- , Q ,n v lWf2tWWIPpmwwJ!ilJW!llii!!UiywWf'ViJ' - mmri in i hi avrwy-iiur- n rrvr."i.;a aw ir riTiiT1 - lilt iT -TirffnrT - i -- "trr ti(.in o Piifcnra THE CAMPAIGN, Opens Up HARDINSBURG V. 41. DEPARTMENT. I !t,HI(.il; day. Judge Murray, Democrat, Makes a Splendid Spoech. Followed by Tho Hon. Ohas.Blanford, Republican Candidate for Auditor. lniIO(JH.VTM ALL. OVlJIt Till! cou.vrv in noon cni:i:it. at Hardinsburg Last lidllor MonL, H. &. W. TIME TABLE oouifl rmT. PaBfenjjcr Dally nrr. Hanllnfliurg..l2:0J n in. .Mlxeil(ex. Bunilny) nrr. " .. 7:4H n.m. (JOIM) FAST. T75T 1 YOUR EYE A7r? vv i . ! ' 1'iiHcngcr Dully nrr. HardlnHiurR.. 8:5S n.tn. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " ..3iiSp.ro. ONU DE&TCJOY Uoth tlio method and results when I .Aivf vJtSKVisssys r7 A IT- , Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to t'uo taste, and acts cntlyyot promptly on tho Kidneys, 5 jiver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovers and curpq habitual constipation. Syrup c 'gs is tho only remedy of its lcinu ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy nnd agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Fin, jforsnlo in 50c and $1 bottles by nil lending druggists. Any refiallo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not ncccpt any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAMISC LOUISVIUE, KY. J, OAL. HEW YORK, N.Y. PhysicianSurgeon. Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, in Dr. While's old stand tip stairs, CLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician Ofhck 1 & Surgeon, Cloverpprt, Ky. Next door to Urcekonritlgo I5anki Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1891. lliu nltvnj' Rlvo llie old sin woll now nddrcsH. Alwiir" S'vi) poHl-rice, enmity nnd Male. If jour paper In not rcccjrcd rcunliirl , no. nf in? ndtlrcfc of your paper changed an Glinngo of nddrckH. When order Ill' iin. LOC&L BREVITIES. Ernest Gregory Milk-shnk- o is Biek. at P. S. Hell's, llooms for rent npply to P. S. IJell. A splendid rnln fell hero Monday. Tlio wheat harvest is in full blast this week. Prof. Hrown'H private scbool closes next Tuesday, Nice lino of ladies trimmed Hats just recieved Saber's. All kind of belts for tennis wear and otbei wise Sulzer's. Childs, misses and ladies slippers from 50c up Sulzer's. Hoys low cut sboes only GOc a pair they aro big bargains. Suiter's. A little child of Mr. Pophatn's died yesterday. Tlis wife is also very low. Little Willie Duncan, of Holt, fell ofT of a donkey Inst week and broke bis , arm. Full lino black nnd while lawns in chocks cross bar plain nnd figured Sulzer's. Jordan opened up the famous Tar and White Sulphur Springs Monday. Cass Whitehead says tho wheat crop in'Tobin's Bottom is tho best for many years past. 0 ' V . ' After all, tho best way to know tho real merit of Hood'H Sarwiparilla, is to try it yourself. 15o suro'to get Hood's The entertainment given by tho A. O. U. W., last Thursday evening, was well attended by n largo crowd from Victoria. There has been organized in this city n string band composed of eight instruments. Which is iald to have no equal. Thoro aro some fifteen applicants for the four positions to bo filled in tho High school. Tho election comes off next Thursday. Tho A. 0. V. W. extend their best wishes to Messrs. Win. Vest and Son's, for tho kindness shown them for tho uso of their dishes. Jordon bus n Saint licr nnrd dog, presonted to him by n friend, which is only eleven weeks old and weighs 34 pounds. Mr. Author Board made tho remark to somo men a few days ago, "That whatthey didn't know about enquired Dr. S. 11. Adkisson, at tho Oloverport Hotel. Mr. 0. W. Morcman received yesterday morning, n very handsome "Oil painting of his famous racer. ''Marion C" tho winner of nnd rider It. Williams, tho Decoration, Handicap at JJhtonln- Mr. J. T. Grifllth, County Clerk of Daviess, and Miss Jettio Itethchild, n wealthy and popular young Jewess, of Owensboro, were married last week. Tho marriage created quite a sonsatlon in Owonsboro society circles. A Very important mooting of tlio Murray Post G. A. K, is called for Juno 27th nt Fisher's Hall. Tho object of tho for a reunion' of . meeting Is to arrange tho Blue and Gray to bo held in this city somo time tills summer or Fall. A nil attendance is desired. Tho festival and concert given at Fisher's Hall last Thursday night, by tho A. 0. U. W's., was a splendid success, both socially and financially. Tho members of tho order aro vory proud of their success, nnd thankful to those who contributed so generously. Three beautiful cakes woro sent in from Mrs. Joe. Bnzby, Mrs. lloland Smith and Mrs. Chris A hi, Hardlnsbnrg. al stock-farms," Cradle and mowing blades at Beard & Bcefer's. Marshal Logan Pale is on the sick list Judgo J. A. Murray agreeable to apthis week. pointment spoko at the Court House For cash Bnigains go to Jlonrd it last Monday. Tho house was comfortBeeler. ably well filled, but tho crowd was hardMr. Wright is occupying n part of Mr. ly so largo as was expected. The Judgo spoko for about an hour and a half and Slnton's property. had his thcino woll in hand. Ho revived Tho latest thing In window jslindos at tho history of tho Democratic party from Beard it Heeler's. a timoawny back, and showed all along Mrs. Georgo Hnys is visiting relatives how it had kept its faith to tho people in tlio city. and to tho country. He spoko of the Just received nt Board & Becler's, a tariff and alluded to it as tho main burlarge lot of fruit jnrs. nnd the den upon tho people Prices reduced on summer suits at main issuo that would come up before tho two parties for discussion in 1802. Beard it Becler's. He spoko of Reed's billion Congresi, and Our brass band goes to Gnrfield next tho inquitous l'orco Bill that was at- Saturday to play for tho picnic tempted to bo thrust upon tho people by Mrs. John P. Iloswellwent to Fords-vill- o tho Republicans. There woro no great last week to visit her sister. bursts of enthusiasm in the Judge's Mr. Junius Foote is in the citv visit imr speech, but it was a sound, sensible, well cousin Master Taylor Babbago. chosen argument and flitted tho time his Mr. John P. Ilnswcll has given his and occasion. Ho was followed by the Hon. Chits. residenco a fresh coat of paint. Blanford, Republican candidate for AudiRemember Witt it Mcador aro offering undertakes to nronso among the farmers tor, who undertook to answer tho Judges bargains in all classes of goods. against the two old parties in 'favor of argument, but who admitted in tho out , Pi of. Shacklctt has about forty pupils tho Wheol winUp slow to como out. set that the Judgo's speech was based on attending his Normal bchool term. His argumenfs nro not overwenning nnd principally upon newspaper a different lino of nrgiimciit from that Miss Lulu Severs, who lias been ill for nro based which iio had anticipated. Ho could some cullings and other material gathered time, is rapidly improving. Mr. Severs not therefore nnswer all tho Judgo had fiont the Wheel platform. Miss Annio Gardner nnd Miss Mary replies to tho wholo business by a plain said. Ho stated though as a general proposition that the Republican party had Bowmer returned homo last Saturday. sensible talk based upon Democratic Mrs. Ely and her children, of St. Louis, theory. .Ho tells what he accomplished more for tho people of the country sinco 1800 than any political is hero visiting her mother, Mrs. Daniel. will do if sent to the Legislature in the party that ever camo into existance. Miss Flora Smith, who has been visit matter of framing laws for tholr govern This lie said ho could provo by figures, ing in the .country, returned homo last ment nnd denies .that the things Dr. and the record that party had mado be- week. Ilnmcd nlludcsMo can hnve nny weight fore tho country. Tho McKinley tariff Dr. Ben Ilnrned, candidate for the there whatever. bill andywMr. Reed's reciprocity treaty, Legislature, did' not show up in town was a irmster'pieco of modern legislation. last Monday. These measures alone ho thought BEWLEYVILLE, Miss Creto Dean (colored) is serving a enough to insure Republicans another thirty days term in the county jail for victory in 02. Mr. Blanford spoko fully T petty larceny. Court in town Friday. an hour nnd a half. Ho wound up with Dr. J. T. Baker has purchased a house Tho farmcra'aro harvesting this week. strong nppeal to his brother Republia Miss Laura Shain is visiting Her sister, cans not to desert their party and go off nt Glonilcnn. There has been some talk 'A Mrs. C. C. Stith. with tho Wheelers. How much of his of bis moving to that place. IT.A Store time bo will devote to tho canvass, Mr. License was issued Mr. Adkisson by Mr. Hunter llardaway, Blanford did not state, but ho wns.on tho tlio county court Monday, to sell whisky keeper, is at home. ticket to stay nnd hnd not declined the by the drink at Irvington. Mr. Roy Cam was at iiomo last week nomination as had been reported. Miss Willio Twyninn returned to her from Falls of. Rough. home in Hodgensville last week, accomMr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott" went to PERSONAL! panied by Miss Blanche Beard. Hardinsburg Sunday. J. S". Wilkcrsdn is in tho city. Dr. Mintcr, of Irvington, was in town Mrs. W. J. Piggott camo down from C. P. Babbago spent Sunday nf home. Bewloyville last Sunday fo attend the Friday attending court. Misses Mattio Gross and Clara Jordan J. II. Miller is atliomo for a few days. exercises of Children's Day, nt tho M. E. church. arc visiting in Hardin Co. J. I). Hamblctpn, Henderson, is in tlio Messrs V. G. Babbago nnd Milton city. It. M. Jolly bought tho Georgo AdkisBoard wero in town Friday. C. E. Lightfoot went to Queen's City, son farm, nt conmiihsioncrs sale last Monday, at SI .400. It was niuloitbtcdly Mr. Marion Ruttcr, of Louisville, is ,'Iml., Frfday. visiting his aunt, Mrs. Hodges,. M. Clayton went to Owensboro n big bargain. Dr. J. Miss Ada Hanks, ofMS.tophoj$poit, is Sunday evening. . Tlierc w ill be aspecial excursion on Jolly. out to L. H. it V. Sunday, June 21st, 1801, the guest of Miss Blancho Mr. J. J. Friels, of Yiclorin, Mrs. N. Bow ley, of Louisville, Mr. and from Fordsvillo to Irvington, and reHawesville yesterday. family of Mr. W. J. Mr. John DcJcrnette, of Hardiiibburg, turn, Leaving Fordsvillo 8:30 a. m. arriv- are visitingtlio ing at Irvington 0:45 n. m. returning Stith. was in tho city Thursday. train leaving Irvington fi:S0 p. ni. Mrs. D. C. Moorman, anil children, of Jonnio Bradley, of Canncltou, Ind., Round trip ticket from Hardinsburg 50c. Glcndcan, wero visiting relatives in this was in tlio city last week. Childrens' Day was appropriately cele- vicinity Inst- - week. J. D. Babbago and F. N. DcIIuy went Mrs. V. G. Babbage and children, of brated at the M. E. Church last Sunday to Hardinsburg Monday! by tho teachers anil scholars of the Sun- Hardinsburg, wero guests of Mr. nnd Charlie Robertson, of Rockvnle, Ky., day bchool, and a handsome sum was Mrs. L. A. Footo last wcok. was in tho city Saturday. realized for the Sunday school cause. Rev. Savage, Biblo agent of tho M. E. Mrs. Waldo Simons, of Tobinsport, Mr. John P. Haswcll acted as master of Church South, will preach in this place was in tho city Saturday shopping. ceremonies at the evening session, and tho 4th Sunday in tills month. Mr. Will Smith, of Owensboro, passed tho program was well selected. Tho Mrs. F. P. Peyton and children, of down on the train Sunday ovening. house was crowded, both old and young Falls of Rough, returned homo Saturday, Miss Rosio Holt, of Holt's Bottomr is turning out to witness tho exercises. after a visit of several days to tho family Miss Nettie I.cnnin presided at tho organ of Mr. T. P. Hurdaway. in tho rity, tho guest of Mrs. C. B. Skill-maand the singing was grand. Call meeting of Baptist church nt Mrs. John Burks, of Henderson, is tho Look out for the big barbecue hero on Bewloyville next Saturday, Juno 20th, at guest of her mother, Mrs. W. II. Bow-nic- r. tho 4th. John Rhea nnd Zaek Ilcndrick, 2 o'clock p. in., for important business. two of the best speakers in the Statq, Every member of the church should atMiSs Allino Murray, who lias boon off will bo here. Tho subject of tho Now tend. at school at Nfcbolasville, icltirned homo Constitution will bo discussed by Mr. Rhea and Mr. Ilcndrick. Other promilast Thursday. Christian Rally of the A, M. E. A. J. Bennett, Alf Adkins and nent speakers will bo on band to say Messrs Church at Irvington. J. W. Benuchnmp, of Sample,' were in something about tlio day wo celebrate. Sunday Juno 21, tho L., St. L. it T. There will bo a big balloon ascension tno city yesterday. and other attractivo features. Everybody Railway will sell excursion tickets for Mr. nnd Mrs. File DoTIaven aro the is coming and a glorious good time is tho abovo occasion at greatly Reduced guests of their aunt, Mrs. A. J. Gioss, of Rates for tlio round trip from nil its Stawaiting on tho boards. Holt's Bottom, this week. tions. Faro for tlio round trip from The candidates" for the Legislature Cloverport, SOcts; Holt, (lOcts. Addision, Mrs. Ed Footc, of Owensboro, passed up on tlio train Friday enrotuc to her spoke last week at McDaniels, Hudson-vill- o 55cts; Stcphonsport; fiOcts; Sample, 40cls ; nnd Custer. It was not known Pierce, 3octs; Lodiburg and Webster, old homo near Irvington. t thcro would bo any speaking until 25cts ; Brandenburg, JWcts ; Ekron and W. M. Evans, of Louisvillo, is nt that Mrs. Mr. Severs readied McDaniels where Mr. Webster 25cts. homo the guest of her mother and father, Ilnrned changed his mind about tho apbasket This w ill bo an Mr. nnd Mrs. JVS. Wilkcrson. pointments and agreed with Mr. Severs meeting, and arrangements havo been Mrs. Dr. W. B. White, Jr., Louisville, to meet him on tho stump at any points made to feed 1000 people. Evoryboby and Mrs. Morgan Fountnino, of Holt's ho would name. Tho irregular list of invited. S. A. Wikki., Gen. Pass Agt. bottom, were in the rity Monday, appointments aro to bo mado later on Henry Wright, extra fireman on tho and tho speaking last week seemed to bo L., St. L. fc T., left for Elizabethtown Bucklen's Arnica Salve. for a kind of introduction for tlio candiMonday, whero bo will visit his parents. dates to get thomsolves introduced Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, At all tho points bruises, sorts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever the public. Mrs. J. D, Hambleton and daughter, Miss Marion, of Henderson, Ky., aro tho named tlio Democrats aro in good spir- sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, and positively guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ilain-blcto- its, and think they will poll their usual corns, and skin eruptions, required. It is cures Piles, or no pay strength for tho ticket. Dr. Ilnrned is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per Mr. John Blytho, of near Hardinsburg, not going to create such n revolution in money refunded. tho voting of tho two old parties as his box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, was here Saturday. Blytho is'nn nppli-caKy., nnd J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Tho prejudice he for tho position of first assihtant jn friends anticipated. Ky. tho High school. Mr. Jns. V. Moorman, after an McElrec's Wine of Cardul visit to his daughter, Mrs. Jno. aro and THEDFORD'S Ilatcbet, of Zion, Ky., relumed home for salo by tho .following merchants In yesterday morning. Brookearlilge Count; t Dr. J. II. Taylor, 'of Owensboro, enmo Jesst W. Owen, Oloveroort, up this far Friday (o meet his daughter, O. W, Short, Cloverport. Drftahear & Lay, Stepheniport. who was returning from Ashvllle, N. C, Witt & Mcador. Hardiniburg, whero sho had been for her health, T. J. Seven, Uolnn Star, which is very much Improved. Miss Fannio Br.ishear, of Union Star, was in tlio city Wednesday, tho guest of Mrs. J. A. Barry. Miss Fannio has applied for position ns teacher in tlio primary department of tho High school. to-dan. n. yfWVX Y - r i vvt A ISiTHT - i i m iaK ''tI t1?n?BO?fJ20 . x l ii. ' 1 1 r . j Vi . " c &VRf,f!Fyo& AQUA J " , CRYSTAL JT xv UNION' STAR Tho funeral of Mrs. T. Scott took plnce hero to day. Born to tho wife of J. O. Cunningham a girl the 11th Inst. Miss Rebecca Ricketts returned homo from Clovoriort Saturday. Miss Jessie Hoyle, of Cloverport, is the guest of Miss Minnie Hoyle'. Mrs. McKinncy who visited Miss Mntn Root left this week for Cincinnati. Mrs II. J. Jolly, of Stcphonsport, is tho guest of her mother Mrs. R. B. Cox. Messrs. J. A. Haynes, R. A. Shchnan nnd J. Haynes went to Louisvillo Tuesday. Miss Ebthcr Haynes left Sunday for Hardinsburg to attend the Normal School. Mr. Samuel Loch, of Louisville, was entertained by Misses Gertrude and Dora Gardner Sunday. Helm and Will Milner returned home Wednesday bom Louisvillo whcic they have been attending school. Mrs, 1). S. Richardson and daughter Moinio rcturned'honio Saturday after n 'isit to relatives In Louisville. Dr. G. M. Marshall of manhnttan Eye and Kir Hospital New York, is the guest of Miss Lnurn E. Richardson. xuiss iua uaninor returned niter a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville accompanied by her aunt Miss Gertrude Gardner. Misses Eliza and Susia Brashear, Cora $11(1 Lejia Richardsori and McEsrs J. T. Jenkins and R. C. Richardson attended tho entertainment at Irvington Saturday evening. while we tell you' that we would he glad to show you our line of AQUA-CRYSTA- L JUST A MINUTE Perl$eopic ppeetaele Hi, tv and Bye (JlaW, of which we have a full line of all numbers and prices. Come in see us and hear the Phonograph. 3 TJLZ Harvest is AT CLOVERPORT, KY. 3 1': Nearly Here over-ha- ul Now is the time to your Harvest- You ing Machinery and prepare for work. will find any repairs you may need for your old machines R. E. MOORMAN'S. a He is also agent for the World Renowned Whitoley Solid Steel Mower. Give him-- call before buying elsewhere. Wjr. Cari.er. "The Tacky Party." Ono of tlio most laughable things that tho young folks ever had in Hardinsburg was a '"Tacky" party, given by Miss ' Blanch Beard in honor of her guest Miss Willio Twyman. Among the ladies 230 present wero Miss Hattio May, Miss Tolephono Daisy Mercer, Miss Emma May, Miss Fannio Smith, Miss Eva Hensloy, Miss Nora Smytbe, Misses Bell and Carrio Buzby, Miss Eva Hcston, Miss Josio Wright, Miss Nellie Cox, Miss Mamutio Smith, Miss Lena Drury and Miss Hodges. The gontlcmcn present were as follows: Messrs Jcssio AVhitworth, Robert Zimmerman, Morris Beard, Will Carr, Frank Board, Claud Mercer, .Too Cox and Jones Mercer. Tho tackiest girls there wero Miss Hello Buzby, Miss Lena Drury, Miss Fannio Smith, Miss Eva Hensloy and Miss Nora Smytlie, all tho rest of tlio girls wero just as "tacky" as they could bo. Mr. Whitworth and : i Joo Cox wero tho tackiest boys. All had lots of fun, and thank Misses Beard and Twyman for thoir hospitality. "Tun Yoi'Nci For.Ks of IlAnniNSiiuno." CD O. DIIMDUDCV PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS!! BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. rACi C. II. PuMi'inir.Y, ISreckenriilge Co i ' Second Street, between Main and Market. Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. B. F. Beard & f- Co., i1- - f ,Tbil,?'M JjPaWaBj I ft Teachers' Attention. Applications will be received up to Thursday, Juno 18, 1891, for positions in Cloverpoit High School. Copies of certificates and recommendations must bo filed with application. Tho school term will bo nine months. Tho applicants for Principal aro required to make n visit. For further pnrticulnra F. N. D'lluv, Sec. per-son- nl Aro offering this season tho greatest bargains in iiiifii) Ever displayed before tlio public. Their 1 :R,TT:Fa?u:R,:Ej, STRIOTTJRB, nnd nil Povic diseases and nlmost painless process. Consula-tio- n free. Call on aro wrlto for printed matter. Dns. II. W. Henoiucks and 0. 1). TuFFonn. No. 018 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. FILES, cured by a now $25 Special Chamber Suit Is something novor seen boforo. RpYAl SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH I It is a Sixteenth Century Oak or Maplo Suit, with a d, T Hil SsaBSaWfiBriaaWSJ LBaaVli(JPHattaHc THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho result ot years of sclontlflo oxpor- Imontlnir. nnd nro now plucod, ow!n to t holr superiority, proomlnontlynbovoovory thine horotofnro produced in this lino, Thoy nro ucknowlodcod. by exports to bo tho flnost nnd most poriootly constructed Lonsos KNOWN, nnd aro pooullarly adapted to correcting tho various vIruci Imporfoo-tlon- s. A ttlal of tho KOHiNOOfl will oonvmco you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENErVEKS. Evcrj pair Warranted, full sizo Bed, handsomely carved, with an elegant Wash-stanand tho Drcssor with this Suit is equal to any Drosscr in a 850 Set, with an elegant life sizo Gorman pinto glass. This bargain is something never seen boforo, cheaper Wo expect to soil 100 of these than wholcsalo prices. Suits this year. Call and sco it. AaBBKQDpBFja B. F, BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. NOTICE. Col. Lafo Green, of tho Falls of Rough, Col. Ed. Bennett and R. M. Jolly, of irvington, and Mr. W. J. Piggott, of Bewloyville, woro hero Sunday taking in POWDER Absolutely Pure. tlio town. Maj. Jas. T, Miller chaperonHighest A cream of tartar baking powder. Latcit U.S. ed tho party nndlf they left hero with- of all In loaTenluu Jtrength, out a good impression it was no fault of Uiivtrnmcnl I'uod Jttpurl. the Majors. Misses DelpheiiQ and Clara Loob, of Mrs. Lee Meyer, of Custer, is spending a fow dayB with her mother, Mrs. John Vino Grove, returned homo Saturday Alexander. after a visit of somo time at this place. I For Sale by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Piciorlptloni RccoItb Oarefnl Attention. OLOVURPOHT, KY, Are broVcn down ftom overwork or hoiuehold carca Hrown'H rcbtillila tlio ytcm. ixltls dlucatlon, rtroove a ox cm or bile, awl curci ttiabirla. Get tlio gcnulua. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Many lorsontf Iron Bitters Tho llardinslHirgNoniini Instltuto will For Sale Twin helfcra 2 jeariolJ both Vft SAhbj open n term Monday, Juno 8, 1801, to with calf. for tho examination. preparo Teachers Two bay indille KtiJ haintia maro, 4 and 1. P. Shacki.ett, PHn. Jtiue Gray, yf.irs ulil, Tor tale, HnrtliiiHlmrg, Ky. Cmter.Ky wawMgsmmimuMMi mm ftwm. in. u ssBBSgSESBBgBBBgBgB ' iii,. ...ii.,...!, llllirT .....I. ...i, -- lr-..i- .. ii ! . .. - T '' c aJi .. ";y " - j 'w-ri- te, r ' ... .. . , mi .i j "''' - i ' - ,v- ...... . ,i. .., 9. I , - u , MONTHLY CROP REPORT. op r Kihllciiu IJ7S" " Record jno 11 I SI orio under yo. ilitclng tl'iuglilcr, Rons vrilh.J under 21,1. Nutwood, when the nge Klnjf It lie Is now, liit.l only u in tho One o rilc!inont(i H3s'i OfFIL'K OK TUB C0MMI8SIONKK Aire i)l to ttiiULT ann. it il.iuglitcr with 29) 19 tdni Wlllllfti. - f Alexander's Abdallfth I J, crccndcnts under i:to. I Hell (liv Mtuuhrlnn Chief It). D.1111 oft in the lints son with 6. aohicultulik, iiokticultuiik and Statistics, Fkankfokt, Ky., Juno 1, 1891. Tho following is a gonnral resume of tho rcpotts from correspondents all over tho State, supplemented by telegrams' up to the 28th of May : lUimllni D.un of 5 tons wltli 4;. (.mml.tiu or ritneost Jill l'u 1'ntron 2114 I'Maiubrlno Chief 11. hire' of amidera:y. IllsilmiKh-terijmv- Wm. Deering & Co., Binders and Mowers f- JJ jp- - e i) mid Tils s ins St. (lurch Attire. D.un nf 2 under Jljo. oeryno. cons. Cora was planted generally ten to fifteen days late, caused by wet weather in tho ordinary planting season. From about tho 1st of May to tho 20th, dry weather prevailed, which mado it impossible to break tho soil. Seeding was,, of course, retarded, and tho early planting did not grow well at tho start, Tho ilurability, comfort, ami fin stalk is low but green, and tho stand lias For been reasonably good. Thero is not elegant fit, wear the celebrator root much complaint of ed Monarch Shirt. lice, except in old clover lands. Replanting has not been more general than JNO. D. BABBAGE, usual. Seed corn was very scarce and Sole Agent, CLOVBRrOIlT, KY. hard to obtain, anil, many farmers wcro forced to use indifferent seed. Tho high piico of corn has stimulated a disposition to plant as largely as possible tho price varying at tho crib from 75c. to $1 per bushel as to locality. The WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1891. crop so far lias been well cultivated, and, VALPARAISO, IND. with scasonablo weather, would soon show splendid condition. Tho acreago Another term of school has closed, as given is five jier cent, above last nml as usual, a largo number of tbo ac- year. quaintances formed during the term WHEAT. havo gone to their respective homes. In my report of Juno 1, 1890, I gave A jovial crowd of Kentnckians left tho condition of wheat at 93 compared last Friday for Louisville, Mr. Joel Pile with 1889. Tho past winter was generalol near Hardinsburg was with them. ly warm and open, with few freezes and Mr. Pile has done excellent work dur- thaws. Consequently it was well rooted, ing his stay here, and ho leaves many and in the spring was stalky and vigorfriends who regret that ho will not bo ous, promising tho best yield of our State's history; during the month of with us during the coming term. The commencement exercises of tho May, from the 1st to 2Qth, tho dry Law Class wcro held in College Chapel weather and unfavorable winds checked last Wednesday night. Hon. Ben Butter-wort- its growth, and it seemed to stand still. of Ohio, wjispresentand delivered About the 20th rains came in soino sections and havo materially promoted tho an excellent addicss. prospects of a good yield. Some localities excurA largo number went on tho h d no rain, or, at best, very light showsion to Chicago last week, and all report a pleasant and profitable trip. It. A. ers. There is much complaint of short Heritage, tho music teacher in tho Val- spindling heads, which indicate small paraiso Normal School, headed tho party. grains. In tho past few days a good After arriving in Chicago, we went deal of complaint is being made of tho direct to tho Panorama of Niagra Falls, grain louse, a small green insect, which all having agreed upon some of tho live in great numbers on the heads of places wo should visit. After viowing wheat, generally between tho meshes. this, one of tho grandest pieces of art in They do their damage by boring into existance, wo went to tho Auditorum tho grain in the milky stage and suckand ascended to tho top of tho tower on ing the substance, thereby causing the that building, which is twenty two grain to shrivel. They are worst in dry stories in height. Several made the re- weather; with good rains they generally mark "I suppose we arc nearer Heaven, aro harmless. There is no remedy when they onco in one respect, than wo will ever be again. Tho Auditorum Building, front- make their appearance in force, and, of ing on Michigan and Wabash Avenues dry seasons, they aro prolific, and come and Congress streets, occupies nearly an suddenly and in great numbers. Genentire square, and has a total front ago of erally, however, wheat is looking well, and, in many places, exceptionally so. 049 feet. It is tho most colossal structure in the country. Tho tower on the In any event, from tho reasons given, top of this building is two hundred wo cannot havo tho yield of wheat twenty-liv- e feet high. On tho top of promised four to six weeks aj:o. Last this tower are telescopes, etc., and a year we had tho killing freeze in March. magniflclcnt view may be had of the Acreage compared with 1890, 100 ; concity, Lake Michigan, and even tho dis- dition compared with 1890, 111. TOI1ACCO. tant shores of Indiana and Michigan on clear days. Tho theatre room of tho PlanU are generally plentiful and in Auditoium was designed to accommo- good condition. Now and then comdate conventions and similar gatherings. plaint is made of tho lateness, and such It contains flvo thousand seats and lias other ills as are usual in a crop of this It kind. All tho farmers need at present total capacity for eight thousand. At this to havo a full setting is a good continucost about two million dollars place tho excursion party separated, ous season for two or threo days. Since each company going to visit the places tho recent showers the ground expected which it had selected. The company I to bo used for tobacco bus been prepared, was with visited Libby Prison next. and plants aro rapidly growing to the We spent only about two hours in there, proper size for setting. Supplemental whicljto in6 was as pleasan'ly spent as to my regular reports, I havo telegraphany part of the trip. It seems nearly ed and written to all of tho subdivisions impossible that a building of its size of tho Stato dating up to tho 28th of could bo moved over a distanco from May. Including threo to four replies Richmond to Chicago and bo rebuilt from each subdivision, averaging these so that every brick, poht, and even every replies, the following is the setting to nailholo would bo in their original places. tho 28th : Logan and Todd, avcrago per Novor-the-les- s it is claimed that it does cent, of contemplated acreage, 20 per not vary an inch from tho way it stood cent. ; Bowling Green, 5 per cent. ; when at Richmond, Va., with tho ex- Owensboro, 20 per cent. ; Mt. Sterling, ception that it lias a now floor, oven tho 5 per cent. ; Paducah, 33 per cent. ; Lexmortar w:is ground up and used in re- ington, 20 per cent. ; Maysville, 15 per building. In this prison are relics of cent. ; Frankfort, 33 per cent. nearly over' description that wcro in From tho 20th to 23th, they had fairly any way connected with the Civil War, good rains in Breckenridge, Grajbon, and a great many that wero not. There Butler and Todd, and the remainder of are a great many of tho old cannon and tho counties west of the lino formed by musketa that wero used, tho tablo upon theso counties. They, also, had good which Grant and Leo drow up tho con- rains in Henry, Shelby, Franklin, Scott, ditions of surrender, the coats of promi- Woodford, Anderson and Spencer counnent men, as Clay, Grcely, etc. the chair ties. Tho counties between tho Louisin which Lincoln was sitting when ho ville & Nashville Railroad and tho Cinwas assassinated, tho bud upon which cinnati Southern, except tho counties Garileld oied, etc., etc. named, had a very indifferent setting We next visited tho Board of Trade, season. All of tho section cast of Fayetto counIn this building there is a visitor's galwhere ono may sit and see tho pro- ty had a very poor season. lery Tho largest setting in tho hurley secducts of the country chango hands in million bushel lots, amid great excite- tion was in the counties of Henry, Shelment and more like a riot than a placo by, Scott, Woodford ami Franklin ono of business ; but mistakes seldom occur, man in Franklin completing his setting acres. while fortunes aro niado and lest in a of forty-fiv- e The counties in the dark section havday. This alone was well worth tho cost of tho trip to thoso who had never ing tho largest setting aro thoso generally contiguous to Clarksvlllo. seen anything of this kind. Where seasons havo been good, thero After leaving there, wo went over on Boulevard which is near tho shoro of is no complaint of tho stand. Lako Michigan, this is tho prettiest BYE. walk in the city, and from it ono has an Acreage, 100 ; condition, 90. excellent viow of tho most palatial residences of Chicago and also the harbor This croj) is generally good, both' in with its fleet of white winged vessels. spring sowing and in yearlingt and is Tho day we wcro thero was a big day fully up to an average. with tho Swedes ; tho Monument which OnASSES. they had been erecting in honor of Pasturo grasses aro generally short. Linnacut, tho grcal botanist, had just been completed and on that day it was Theru was too much dry weather in unveiled beforo a throng of fifteen May. What rain wo hail did not wet thousand people. Speeches wcro mado tho bod to tho roots, and tho growth iias by the Mayor and other prominent men been stunted. of tho city. FKUIT. tho oxecption of a light shower year fruit was almost a total failLast With last week there has been but very little ure. This year wo aro promised a fair rain hero or over a month, and tho to good yield. Tho May frost did much weather has been very cool, bo cool that damage, especially to grajOB, in many localities, but wo will havo enough left. an overcoat feels quito comfortable. A Student. OATS. cut-wor- Bay stallion, foaled April 23d, 1888. Will bo 10 hands and weigh 1200 pounds. Bred and raised by II. C. McDowell & Son, "Ashland," Lexington, Ky., and owned by W.W.WILLIAMS, - SPLENDOR, Iliinihlctnnlnn 10. Mm of 41 under' i:.n. Ills daughters hmc 70 nml his suns Ulct.itnr ll. Sire nf an under a:to, D.iughtfrsihatu to; mid nous with G. - Henderson, Ky. . Cnrltn D.un ntVfiill Utters anil broth ers to Sfpleiiilnrjinil livoorilii'in nrcnlimut, certain" to nlPr Iho anolUt this tii'iMin. iji 1.4 Dexter Alma 2:134.4 Astori.l it.) 1.1 And Kr.1nd.1m nf Itenl.i Victoria d.un of l'tlnctiin 3:193-fDuvall's Mainlirlnn, sire' of the dams I). Monroe 2:28 MitKDtirnc 2:201.2 4 Cl.irtt, dam nf I.11I11 A. t -Miss Itutler , Dam of Mntid Itutler niS and shejs the d.un of 1'hnll.i-mnn- t, nlfe of 4 under a:.v, 2 Dcioy, trial mill n quarter at a gait of 2:0s The Dam of Drown ChleT, sire ol 2 Maud llutlcr, trial And Kraudainof Mollie Mc, two 2:.iS je.ir old trial ... .... ... ... .... ... .rB ViiIl .....1 tt &9Ki(9K7Zfir$A'flt pir HvkNm. m. HI7itRflflflfll if t iA lFBBu:fflfiasUtiHHiflH - And of the dams of I.ady Majolica 2t2 Altamont 21263-er.ihdFon of Klonsle And Ocnevla S llcttle oncs &c, Ac. O 2iiS 2:19 2:2$ t Majjtjie K ... ... - 2:).2 2:281-- myjMwiMMwj lali3NMMHIub kdHMfllG&jK in .LTVl mmwtm I HrarA NLfirJUIJJ1 i"tlW U W.L. ?',; 1 2:291-- 4 "mm nw ' 1 Htvuiu"'""'","".. iravm ix 1 c. .rTTfiKTflWBUHMWBl.Mafitedk2l 3iWM .k.tPWIiil JJ , m -i TLl.1 ... la UUH lint.. N srtttllliJM ,miwAi! Fci 'U 1 vim rw&Mi liw jmrt" .t'.nii MlimSS2.' ITcrulriuartcrs for 4 !( 4 s i Breckenridge News. Sl'LKNDOH, is for servlco at Basin Spring Farm. Terms $25.00 cash or twclvo months noto at time of service, with return privilege. Limited to fifteen oo mares. Good pasturago at 50 cents a week, lor full pedigree nnd any further W. W. WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky., particulars, please address , s fir JOSEPH BIAMD, Irvington, Ky. replacing seed will bo seriously felt, pecially with farmers in tho rural sections ; however, gardens that wero protected, as well as theso that havo been replanted, aro looking well, and with reasonable seasons wo aro assured of no scarcity of vegetables. Very respectfully, Ciias. Y. Wilson, Commissioner. es- If) ! TIIADE m lfr 9 & . MA1IK. EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay Rakes, II. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS. BUGGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES nnd LATHS, DOORS and SASH. FARM MACHINERY &S-- I 1 -- "1 Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS STOVES A careful A little Girl's Experience Lighthouse. In a jrure jk aw one Meal To I liula33.-u.facfV3.rde- PAINTS I STOVES PAlNTS STOVES 1 h, K I ' I t; -- Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Trescott arc keepers of tho Gov. Lighthouse at Sand "by 1 1 I I . Beach, Mich., and are blessed with a daughter four years old. Ijist April sho was taken down with Measles, followed with a dreadful Cough and turning intoa Fever. Doctors at homo and Detroit treated her, but in vain, she grew worse rapidly, KY. until sho was a mere "handful of bones. Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery and after tho use of two and a The Girl Who is Always Welcome. Hard to Swallow. half bottles, was completely cured. Jasper You have read tho PresbyterItuth Ashmcrc, writing on subjects of Thdy say Dr. King's New Discovery is a special interest to tho girls, has this to ian Confession of Faith, you say. Aro its worth its weight in gold, yet you may say: doctrines really so very hard to swallow ? get atrial bottle free atG. W. Short's The welcome guest is tho girl who, Jumpuppo Oh, no, not much harder Drugstore. knowing tho hour for breakfast, appears than it would bo to climb up a telegraph at tho tablo at the proper time, does not polo and then turn round and swallow Attention is called by tho New York keep others waiting, and does not get in tho big and blooming enrth. Herald to the fact that throughout all the way by being down bethe Prpsident's journey around the cir- fore her hostess appears. Our Very Best People cle of 10,000 miles his train pursued its Tho welcome guest is the girl who, if Confirm our statement when we say that prearranged schedule, passing from one thero are not many servants in tho house Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every line of railroad to another, nnd from ha8 Buffldpnt cncy to lui care of her way superior to any and all other preStato to State, without so much as five own room wnile sho is visiting : and if parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In minutes delay from any cause whatever. there are people whoso duty it is, she Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic It met with no accident, and over the makes that duty as light as possible for and relieves at once. Wo offer you a long routo tho Presidential party were them, by putting away her own belong- samplo bottle free. Itemember, this enabled to enjoy their hibitual routine ings, and in this way not necessitating Kemedy is sold on a positivo guarantee. of life, sleoping, eating bathing, reading, extra work. For Salo by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, writing and talking with as little discomThe welcome guest is tho ono who Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, fort as if they had been seated in the knows how to bo pleasant to every Ky. Whito House, with tho added comfort member of tho family, and who yet has Newspaper people aro not unfrequent-l- y of not being annoyed by ofilcescekers. tact enough to retiro from a room when met with tho remark, "I like your remarkThis lcature of tho journey is a somo special family affair is under dispaper very well, but you havo to much able tribute to American railway mana- cussion. advertising in it." Well, if there was no gement. It could not bo repeated in any Tho welcome guest is tho ono who does advertising matter your paper would other country in the world. not find children disagreeable, or the necessarily cost you moro money, and various pets of tho household things to secondly, tho man that does not get moro That Terrible Cough than tho cost of a county paper out of its In the- morning, hurried or difficult bo dreaded. Tho welcome guest is tho ono who, advertisements in a year is but littlo inbreathing, raising phlegm, tightness in the chest, quickned pulse, dullness in. when her hostess is busy, can entertain terested in what ho buys and where ho the evening or sweats at night, all or any herself with a book, a bit of sowing, or buys it. You can learn fiom any ono week's issue of a county paper where to of theso thiugs are tho first stages of con- tho writing of a letter. Tho welcome guest is tho ono who, save more than the yearly cost of a paper sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough Kemedy will euro these fearful symptoms when her friends come to see her, does by its directing you to a special cheap and is sold under a positive guaranteo not disarrange tho household in which salo of somo essential article. hy G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and sho is staying that sho may entertain If food sours on the stomach, digestion them. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho welcome guest is tho ono who, is defective. Do Witt's Littlo Early Filtered Philosophy. having broken the bread and eaten tho Risers will remedy this. Tho famous lit Tho man who is always thinking of salt of her friend, has set beforo her lips tlo pills that never gripo and never disap- -' himself seldom has any collaborateurs. a seal of silence, so that when sho goes point. Sold by G. W. Short. uso of trying to convince from tho house sho repeats nothing but What's tho the young man in love that ho will lovo tho agrccablo things that sho has Been. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Co, again ? This is tho welcomo guest, tho one to If all people knew what they wcro whom wo say good-by- e with regret, and 3STO. talking about, thero wouldn't bo nearly to whom we call out welcomo with tho said as there is now. so much lips and from tho heart. Tnkliiff Effect It is very hard to beliovo sometimes The Pirst Symptoms of Death. that a man can bo doing a thing right M 5:00 o'olokA.lbSuitj.HoT.SO,, 1890 when ho is doing it our way. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in It is easy to tell when a man is flatter- various parts of tho body, sinking at the Weil Bound Traint Eait Bound Traint ing your neighbor, but it isn't so easy to pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, 63 6t Mall & decido when ho is flattering you. MM & fevcrishnegs, pimples or sores, are all Rxpr's Uxir' STATIONS Kxpr'i KxprS The man who goes to tho theater once positivo ovidenco of poisoned blood. Dally Dally a year is the man who complains most No matter how it becamo poisoned it Dally Dally 105 9 05pir. loudly about tho nuisanco of tho theater must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. 825pm 8 05a in Iv.lln'ji Up't.,ar 12 60 820 U4U rwcniucKy at. 900 West I'olnt 12 lO.nn 810 720 hat. Acker's English Blood Elixir has never I Inward 903 725 U U7pm 805 Wo aro all apt to complain about the failed to rcmovo scrofulous or syphilitic 9 2(1 Hock Haven 745 tin 745 I.oiifj Ilrancl) lira 927 7 35 763 1143 arrogance nml oppression of wealth, but poison. Sold under a positivo guaranteo 8 01 937 1134 llramlenburi; 720 Mc.uti! Spring 1130 9 40 722 it would be different, in most cases, if it by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and 81)7 9 411 814 Kkron 1121 710 wero our wealth. 964 Gustnn Witt & Meador, Ilardinsbtirtr, Ky. 822 1110 707 10 03 8 30 Irvington 1107 068 of ancestry never seems so t fooll'rido 1012 8 39 10 58 0 49 Wclutcr 1020 1061 The L. & N. directors havo decided 8 47 6 41 I.ndlburn ish to any ono else ns it does to people 1027 850 J'lurcc 10 42 630 10 30 who can hardly remember who their to increase tho capital stock from Si...ipte 0 02 0 24 1030 1044 910 Stcplicimport 1020 615 to $55,000,000, so as to pay for 910 10 49 grandfathers were. Atkllson 10 21 OtM 1062 Holt 1018 600 It is the fashion now for friends to tho Kentucky Central and tako tho L. 9 19 11 (W U3J , Clnverport 1003 651 send cups to a young lady when it is an- & N.'s proportion of tho now stock of the 9 40 1114 Slio,ia 965 5 43 Sklllm.iq 1120 952 5 31 nounced that sho is engaged. It seems Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis. 111 01 1137 932 Ilawcstille 6 21 1144 10 03 923 I'ctrlc 512 ns if sK)oiib would bo moro appropriate. 1014 1161 917 I'ulcon 5 05 A beautiful skin, bright oyes, sweet 1017 Cuyce U60ini 913 601 12 03pm Lewuport 900 465 Purifies tho blood, increases tho circu- breath, good appetite, vigorous body, 10 23 10 41 8 47 I'owcrs iz zi 438 lation, expels poisonous humors nnd puro blood nnd good health result from 1055 1235 1'nte 832 425 1245 822 Owensboro 417 system. What moro do you the uso of Dp Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is 1100 builds up tho 1269 1118 4 0'. 808 Muttingly 1120 107 7 69 Stanley 360 want a medicino to porform ? Do Witt's sold by G. W. Short. 117 1137 3 46 WorthlnKton 747 Sarsaparilla is reliable Sold by G. W. Spottsville 1165 137 3 31 728 breech-loadin- g fifty-tw- o 12 05nm 140 ton steel llasketts 719 Tho now 323 Short. 12 20am 2 00pm ar.IIcnders'p lv 703am 310pm cannon, the largest ever made in this country, is lying at Sandy Hook Not a Darned One. will Btand a . ready for its final test. Mr. Bellows Your socks aro all fixed chargo of 400 pounds of It powder, and is for you, my dear. LOUISVIIililC, ICY. calculated to pierce a wrought iron shield Old Bellows (coldly) Well, I couldn't inches, nnd to havo an of thirty-tw- o dud a darned one whon I looked for 'cm Subscription IUUs, Dally nnd Sunday, $10.00 effectlvo range of fifteen miles. a year, Dully without Sunday, $3.00 a year, Y. Herald. this morning.-J-N- . Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. A remedy lies within reach of every Tho Weekly Courier-JournDon't uso bitter and nauseous mixono in "0. O. C. Certain Cough Cure," Ilai the largest circulation of any Doioocratlo tures whon you can get "0. C. O. Certain tho great specific for Coughs, Colds and Newspnpor in the United States and propoios to double or trebio its already large circulaChill Curo." Pleasant to tako and guarall Throat and Lung diseases. Sold by tion. anteed to curo Chills and Fovcr. Sold J. W. Owen. BY GIVING AWAY EACH by J. W. Owen. inspection of Goods nnd Prices is solicited before buyin., . Only ll jJ & OCTROY, l'KIID.Q GREGOEY & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, HARDiKsnuRO, Ky. THE THOROUGHLY LATE AI.KXAKDEirS 1IOTHI., WltJLAM) e, D RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousLOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. LOGAN, Manager. A. V. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mm shall, Clerks. half-an-ho- every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP CUFF THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TO THE MARK JXTot Not tO to g!lt! 0 XlSJ0OXO2?i BEARS THIS MARK. LiuLOl Mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF - COLLAR IN THE MARKET. p ! fl5 HEUE WE AEE AGAIN iQh vWV Furniture in endless varie- RJ. TIME SCHEDULE 17. ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. FURNITURE, Hone&t Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. CTiw1 S !?") (fo) 3 IE O. JI Ti f A SURE AND CERTAINCURE KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILE S . PREPARED Br RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. J. II. Hickman, Pres't. AV. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Duansfoiid, Vice-Pres'- t. W. A. Ennuivr, Sec. & Mgr The C0te Journal al I F Tho Whisky Trust has closed a deal at Chicago for tho only remaining anti-Trudistilleries of importance in tint Tho oat crop, as usual, will bo very West tho Schufeldt nnd tho Calumet. Dr. Acker's English Pills small small acreago caused by scarcity Tho prico paid is said to bo $2,000,000 active, cflectivo and puro. For sick and high prico of seed, combined with cash. Aro lieadacfi? disordered stomach, loss of lato Bowing and dry weather in May. Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism nnd appetito, bad complexion and bilious- This crop may bo regarded a failure. most discasos originate from impure ness, thoy havo never been equaled, UAHDEXH. blood. Cleanse it, purify it with Do either in America or abroad. For Sale Tho frost in early May did murh dam- Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restored, W. Short, Clovcrport, JCy., and byG. age to gardens, and tho imoosslbility of strength regained. Fold hy G. W. Short, Witt & Meador, Hurdinsburg.Ky. st DAY to some ono a splendM G. A. Piorco, of North High Arm Sewing Machine a Handsome Dokota, is tho latest selection (or tho Gold Watch, AUSOkUTKLYor PUKE. Full Chiueso Mission, ho being a native of particulars iu Weekly l. Sample Indiana and a friond of tho President. copy free. Send for one. Address, W. N. HALDEMAN, Brother Blair is again raontioned in conPresident Courier-JournCompany, Jnpancso Mission. nection with tho Louiavit. Li, KT Courier-Journa- HOW ? AND EVERY U THE OWENSBORO," 'IXJiJSTTJTPJi.CrXTIIVBXn TOae Material Workmanship Unsurpassed, BY TXTstg-ori- . Co. fover DocConstipation, blood-poisotors' bills and funeral expenses costabout two hundred dollars: Do Witt's Littlo Early 'Visors cost a quarter. Tako yonr choice. Sold by G. W. Short. 1 It is quito tho fashion now to tako Witt's Littlo Early Itinera for liver, De stom- I ach and bowel disorders. They aro Binall pills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Short soil them. 4 Finish Unequalled, Manufacturers of Wngcms, Draya and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons day n with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern and Western States' and wherover intodliccd is universally considered tho hest wagon on tho market. Fon Sale iiy Durability, Style 4 B. F. BEARD, DILLON & CO., AJ i