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I I I" I I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1892. ALFRED-R'CALHOUN- I I I I I - J M OUIt AD VEHTISINa COLUMNS. Keen Tuur lulncu anil Incidentally; row wir hefbro the public. DunWdipeMM thrni (oilftrovcr you. ( i i i i i nr. VOL. XVI. STATE NEWS. hcz got the drop on we tins; so ir you uns bo men nnd not doggoned skunks, Kuttawa had an $8,000 firo last Friday. stop this foolin and hIiow yerselvus. Wo IV: Hopklnsvillo wants tho Vandcrbllt uns ain't got no guns." you don't wah to hov much of Training School. "An anythin elso." This waH said with a A now coal field, tho Bird's Eye, is belaugh, tho bushes were pushed aside, and ing opened up in Whitley county. two men with long hair, shagiry beards Mnysvlllo lins 7,370 inhabitants by her and ragged gray uniforms stood before i us. TliLho were evidently bomo of the own count. She is only fourth class. OOPTRIQHT OY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION I80L ' yH men for whom tho searchers were lookTho grand jury nt Bardstown refused ing, nnd from their appearance it was to indict Mrs. Ward for poislnlng her certain that tho searchers could not havo engaged this space CHAPTER IV. take them without u light, and not then husband. A now jail Is to bo built in Wayne tho purpose of keeping WE MEET WITH OUTLAWS IJJ THE SA- - unless they had tho means of "toting' VANNAI1 BWAMfS. them. county. Bet they won't build a better our busines before tho pubThey approached us and shook hands ono than wo have. lic during 1892. Wo know wo with that hearty camaraderie which Tho Hartford Herald oilers Ovvonsboro -imagine is peculiar to all men who havo : havo tho as a candidate for tho next Democratic set the laws at defiance and are rather State Convention. glad of it Ono of the two spoke with a hearty Irish accent that Hounded pleasStanford Hardin, a farmer, was run antly familiar, aud thero wai a humor- over by n wagon and killed, iu JolIVrson ous twinkle in his gray eyes as lie said"Giutlemiu. me au mo friend, Com- county last Thurbday. modore Williams, belong! to the provost Thero will bo no money appropriated -guard, an as wo was slut in hero to ex for tho Hart monument. Tho bill was amine all m'.i pissiu an to look ut their defeated last Thursday. papers, yez'll plazo produce yer fur Tho Hart County Nowh says, "The loughs." "Or yer discharges," said Commodore grand jury is in session, nnd tho boys Of tho State, located in a fine wheat Williams. "1 attends to tho discharges, havo taken to tho woods." section and wo want to spread tho and my friend. Major General Nolan, of Robert Mnloue, a prominent Trigg the Swamp Hangers, attends to tho fur- county farmer news, whorovor, wheat and corn committed sulcido last loughs." are found and flour and meal aro "Boys." hid Bell, with a preliminary week, by cutting his throat with a knife. All ovor tho Stato tho remove! of the oath of great length and originality of consumed so that all may havo tho construction, "You uns is to Capital is being discussed; audit looks advantago of our bo funny, and I'll allow hit's purty good liko tho chances aro in favor of Louis fur's 1 kon fpo lilt. But wo uns ain't ville. got no papers along." W. B- - Corloy, a prominent farmer, of "Well, if yer ready to take oath that ycz has lost tliim or slut thim homo by Shelby county, mado an assignment lost "wno aora thaii?" In supplying themselves with Liabilities about $12,000 Tho mounted searchers went up tho post, it'll do as well, for mo an Commo- Tuesday. road along which Bull and 1 had como, dore Williams nin't tho inin to bo hard assets $8000. and tho sound of their excited voices on tie bies; nre we, commodore?" fcife. J. S. A. McCortl, of Fleming county, I could not help laughing at tho wild could bo heard long after tho tramping has a lamb that has two heads, four oars, horpea" hoofs eensoof humor of theso two outlaws in Wo can not tell you all about our of the consultation wodied out. to After a giving-teach other titles that implied two eyes, eight legs and two tails. It short decided stick to business in this ad, but wo ask you tho road for tho present. It certainly their dominion of land and water, which mutt bo twins. At a dance near Columbus, in Owen to watch future issues of this paper led northward, and tho walking along it seemed to bo mixed up in equal parts iu was preferable to blundering blindly tho country around them. Thoy took county, last Tuesday night, ono man wns , Dr write us for further information. through the woods and across half cleared us to bo deserters, like themsels-esand we fell in with and encourtiged this be- killed outright nnd another perhaps fatfields. Traveling at night had the adlief during our vantago of romarkable ally wounded. at and Co., as wo could coolnessstarsleast,had noas long island. B.ick ofstay on this dwarf mag- "What measures aro you taking to stop tho lino of wo foo the doubt nolias there was a hut, with a roof slop- that cough? Let us BUggest DoWitfs as to direction. At the first stream that crossed the ing to the ground, and a fire iu front. Conch and Consumption Cure. It is inIRVINGTON, KY. road, and there were many of them, we Inside tho hut thero wero a half dozen fallible. Sold by Short & llaynes. took olf our shoes and stockings and muskets, and tho belts, blankets and Bob Sizemoro stepped out his door in bathed our feet, and as they were blister- ragged coats hangiug from tho pegs Clay county last Tuesday and fired upon j ed and swollen bo that It was torture to hinted that these two men had companthreo citizens that wero riding by. Ho pull on our boots, we weru loath to leave ions in their retreat. never lived to toll tho talo. Bell aud 1 professod to bo E ist Tenthe cool water, and finally wo carried To throw asido that old stovo and Kackety pieco of You may cough nnd cough and cough nessee conscripts, and, while carefully our boots and kept on in onr Btockings, a test of endtirauco that did not last long, concealing our sympathies, we confessed nnd cough nnd cough but you will not, If s for by daylight the feet were gone and that wo thought tho war was near an you take Do Witt's Cough and Consumpj ' 5Jx- end, and that we wanted to get homo to tion Cure' Sold by Short & llaynes. wo throw the.legs a way. Wo had been walking, vith only a few our friends. Wo told the major general Wm. S. Burch, n boy, is a candidate brief halts, for about eight hours, and we and the commodore what wo hud learned estimated that wo had made at least about tho bcarchers, nor wero wo sur- for Circuit Clerk in Lincoln county. Ho Aim come to our houso and purcliaso something that is durable and cheap. Our goods are within thj twenty miles when daybn ak fonnd us at prised to find them far better informed is making tho race in tho nnmo of his than ourselves. They cooked us homo father, ns ho is not of tho constitutional the fork of two roads. T'le one to the of all and our prices make it possible for every household to ho will furnished, both in tho kijkhgnj right showed signs of constant travel. dinner, aud 1 recall that with our corn age. mo panor. uont buy a tiling until you gel our prices. We aro tho monoy savors on Furnituro,'J and that to tho left was corduroy, and bread wo had excellent fresh meat. Thieves broke into tho depot at Murappeared to lead into a swamp extending and it was, 1 nm very sure, either ' 'pos' and Farmer's Supplies. sum" or coon; but no matter tho name, ray, Ky., Monday night. They were northward. BRANDENBURG, KY. In woodcraft I was quite willing to it was as pleasant a change from fat after four gallons of whisky, that was 03333333333333333381 - yield my inclinations to Bell's experience. pork as fat pork was from tho dry corn put oirtlie train that night, but thoy did ixiaixcoxicccQDaaaaaaaaa -- t Do bread of our prison days. not get it. Vffifj Ho had lived uinch among tho North We're been asked that question a hundred Our Hosts saw our fatigue and oursoro Carolina Cherokees, and he knew all their Ingnlls, of Kansas, is maktimet lately by people who bought at our store, arts in following or avoiding trails, and feet, and the commodore gavo us a bark ing a tour of the State, and is delivering goods they were used to paying double the wash for the latter while tho major gen- some fino speeches. Ho calls he had in addition the innate feeling tho premoney for. Hut don't waste wondet. We g'it ono could hardly call it knowledge of eral was preparing our bed in tho hut. tho goods honestly, paid" good money for them direction that is a peculiar After Bell and I lay down, which we did sent administration of affairs in Kansas attribute of and they aro ours to throw away, give away without fear, ono of the men mado n the blatherskite era. tho white natives of the Llluo Uidgo. or sell away under our regular prices. We Tho Second Regiment, Kentucky Waiting until the light was sufficient "smudge" that filled tho hut with smoko choose to do the last, you owe it to yourself to to enable him to examine the corduroy and drove out tho uioMini toes, which hud Stato Guard, will probably buo tho Stato come around and stook up at these unheard of road with care. Bell looked at the trail. been very annoying. This was the first for $5,000, which Gen. A. J. Gross reprices' "Four horses went in and four's come entirely restful sleep wo had had sitico fused to pay them for going into camp at out. They must bo searchers," ho said, our escape, for we know these men Frankfort last summer. would protect us us if wo wero of their us ho roso from his lunula and knees, Circuit Court is in session nt Pinoville, 01 "and if 1 ain't mistook there's inoio in own baud. The last cliano of your life to secure Overa) I recall this sleep as the most refresh- and among tho criminal cases, are nine there bow, Icastwjbe not n critter back. coats at your own trice. l 1 indictments against members of tho lot Men's overcoats w'h $15 00 r.d'd to $10 00 We uns can't make headway in the ing had had1 since my capture in DeMiddlesborough olico forco for being woods 'count of our feet. Tho main road cember, nnd do not think it was equalTOO 10 00 c3 6 00 8 00 would be blue ruin in no time, so 1 vote ed in solid comfort in tho forty-thre- e members of a mob that hung Frank G 00 3 90 ulghts, which fo' keepin on tho corduroy, and a inovin days, or rather forty-thre- e last summer. 1 08 3 in wo spent in trying to get back to the with keer about tho turns." Andrew Jackson wns indicted in Union lines. 1 accepted this scheme without quesAUCTION PRICES Louisvillo last week for petit larceny. 1 was the first to wake ur, and, with tion, and we resumed our march. BeAT G fore wo bad gone a milo the road, bad the caution born of contact with danger, It seems that tho old man has been to & Geo. at the beginning, dissipated itself into 1 rubbed my oyes and listened quiotly to going from bad to worso over slnco ho tho Government's funds bound of voices that had disturbed distributed branches, all worse, and most of them tho UNTIL STOCK TAKING TIME. long ago unfit for the passage of wagons mo. It was dark, but the fact that there among tho stato banks. 1 lot Men's suits w'h $18 00 reduced to $12 SO or mounted iaen. We followed one road was a group of men eating about tho firo Miss Fannio Huff filed a suit nt Hartford vOO 12 50 1 -- : :- beforo tho hut told mo that it was either last week, asking $10,000 damages from to its termination in a camp covered 7 40 9 00 " 1 ' " with decayed cypress slabs and a numVery early in tho morning or rather late 4 98 1 7 50 " for breach of promise. ber of rotting log shanties that evidently in tho evening, and I decided that it was John Withers our CI,artct4 Oak Stovo as well as when wc flrsttYt?MTi???nD3EDoyOUItlnlIko Thoy aro prominent parties residing had not been used "senco befo' do wah." the latter. By rising on my elbow 1 dkuvant un, every uit as wen, Bia'.im, Bell carefully looked over the ground could look across Bell and seo tho men nenr Fordsvillo, in Ohio county. Tho "JKcHnK a Wend to tako Uinnerwlthusnext week. on rurposo tn.Y.2Z J,noUBB";1 ttmcoots our stovo and decided that "no humans had been cooking und outing about tho firo. A child only lived n fow hours. and I want you to havo nlco tllnner 8S,U'f One lot nf Ladles' One shoes worth $3 00 trouble iri'rj:J'c.d,I,,v'll,Jta?m,ulfier05no cas cr 'ocoolc n'coawith that stove, uh'f lis in thar fo' months n months." Wo sat stalwart negro, with n shiny face and If James K. Stone is engaged as readmakoy It so much $2 49 Deduced to I havo ,.,. i,.i. and I havo so much mom tlmn m mnirn vrviiiin jw. titan otlierstoves ub 1.7.. rum used to. down aud mado u hearty breakfast on the merest apology for a shirt, was doing ing Clerk at Washington, it is reported i... 1....1. Ono lot nf Ladles' flue shoes worth $2 50 iuh wiukiwn t iiiab "... 1. ucvcx havo bad luck with bread, bheults or cako. now. "h the com bread and meat which Abo, the tho cooking, while tho major general and at Frankfort, that tho Hon. Gus. W. 1 98 Laiiv or thb IIoubk Why. howdo ou cxplnln It ? Reduced to overseer of tho Branch place, had so tho commodore, with three other white wrythlnir so close for fear it will burn. You know One lot of Ladles' line shoes worth $1 75 of Mendo, would bo a candihow careful VZ. havo to bo .'!'.V al. wal.cu with d custard, " o aji 10 ourn on ion before It Is baked thoughtfully provided tho night before. men, wero doing tho eating. Ono of tho Richardson, 1 24 Ueduced to throui vTri'vi The Charter Oak bakes '.I' it perfectly without any danger of burnlnir, And then In newcomers-sa-t There was plenty to Batisfy our keen roasting n turkey.; don't havo to keep bastlntt It every flvo minutes. It roasts beautifully brown with a paper in ono hand date for his position In tho Kentucky Ono lot of Ladles' line shoes worth $1 25 without It. and without drying It up liko 1110 iicni ovens uo. And you know how crisp and leave us enough for another and his back to the light, und whilo he House. Who said ho wouldn't ? 95 Ueduced t' biscuits aro without bein mini aim iourii. vfiti always praised my biscuits, but If it wasn't tin for 1 A bill has been introduced in tho helped himself with tho other hand ho meal. 1110 wiro (tauzp oven door I know they wouldn't o near as nlco. shoes worth I hono never hivn tn rnnv One lot of Ladles' heavy My whero again where they haven't got a Charter Oak Stovo or;itanBe- - I'll 69 We reasoned, and, as it proved, cor- read and made comments something Kentucky Legislature for tho appropria10 Ueduced to $1 Dnaxaaaa333333a333aaaa naaaaaaaaaaaaaanaaaa caena rectly, that the swamp extended north like this: One lot of Men's boots to olose worth tion of $85,000 for tho "World's Fair; nnd tfl $2 90 "Tho Chrnniclo does so lie, no on $15,000 for tho Centennial Celebration at to the Savannah river, and, although it $4 00 reduced to promised hard traveling, the prospect of can't hardly believe it when it tells tho One lot of Men's boots to close worth will kick 98 its being comparatively safo decided us $J 00 reduoed to truth, but 1 reckon it ain't far wrong Lexington. How somo people to try it. Vti still carried our boots 'bout cur folks and tho Yanks. Jest listen if tho bill goes through, which it Ono lot nf Men's boots to close worth 1 50 $2 50 reduoed tu slung over our shoulders, and, cutting to this, boys: 'So far in this campaign should. Ono lot of Men's sample boots to close two poles to help us along and enable us every move mado by Sherman has been Tho colored' people are making a OUR JANUARY 1 25 north $2 50 to $5 00 reducod to... to tnko soundings, wo started off again. foiled by that master of strategy and strong effort to defeat tho boparuto car Although wo occasionally encountered grand tactics, our own horoio Joo John- bill. Their principle argument is that Dre55 G00J5- sharp roots, tho Boft earth and frequent ston. With tho coolness of Fabius and thoy do not want to bo forced to rido in pools were grateful to our feet, and our tho audacity of Pompoy, ho has been We are offering something fine In Dress n car with tho vicious and tough memdrawing the Yankees further and further Ooods which can not be found at any other spirits rose accordingly. 401-40- 7 Tho pools Increased in number and the into his toil Ho led them from Rocky bers of thoir nice. That is just what wo bouse. They compose the remainder of Fine ground became more spongy till noon. Fuco ridgo and Dal ton to Calhoun are kicking nbout. Dress Goods bought early in the season and Is now in full blast. Judgo Monzles rendered a judgment Kene-eamust be sjIJ. when we reached a hummock that roso thoncodowu to Lost Mountain and K-STund now on the banks of the classic in Covington last weok that wrecked tho You will never havo another such a chance out of the swamp liko an island, aud apThey peared to be several acres in extont. 1 Chattahoochee ho is turning liko a lion fortune of Adam Wagner, tho president . to get h nice I)ros and get It cheap. A large stock of 1 was about to suggest to Bell that we at bay, and when he strikes, as strike ho of n big corporation, nnd now tho judgo Come early if you will not not Inst long. take advantage of this place to finish will within a fow days, ho'll keop on has to bo guarded bypolico as ho want choice. our rations aud get eoiuo sleep, for wo striking till tho Yankees are destroyed walks along tho streets. Wagner swears CLOTHING, DRY GOODS had been marching continually for about orthelrBpIintoredfrugmentsaro captured ho will kill the Judgo on first sight. & From I to 600 horse power. " seventeen hours when wo wore brought on tho banks of tho Ohio.' and SHOES Grant Thomas choked Blanche- Colo-maThis and much more of the saino kind BRANDENBURG, KY. to a sudden halt by the clicking of a a seventeen year old girl, to death DO GENERAL riflo lock, and a hoarse volco from the tho man with tho paper read, and it NOTIONS, GROCERIES struck mo as not u 'llttlo curious that in Louisvillo a fow days ngo, becauso she front doinanded; while all these men wero undoubtedly would not submit to Ills lustful desires; "Who goes thar?' GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS eouthoni in their sympathies, and showed and tho samo day in tho snmu city "Friondsl" 1 replied ut a venture. a decided dlsllko for tho Yunkeos, yot Charloy Barns committed murder by "Wharlsyoufrom?" DRESS GOODS -.. they wero of ono mind and that tho cor cutting a lung out of Jack Scroggs, over a y "Down tho river,' H. Blder Haggard, W. D. Huwelli, Manufacture EngincB, Boilora, Saw and Grist Mills, rect one as to the termination of the "Savannah?" Norman Lockyor, FINE UNDERWEAR Oeorgo Merldlth, war. Tho man whom I know and still pitiful bet of a nickel. All tho contractCano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machinos. "Yes." Censn Doyle, Andrew Lang. think of as "tho commodoro" appeared ing parties were negroes. "Desartlnr Mark Twain, St. Oeorge Mlr&rt, Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinory, White- cappers notified C. W. Sparks, to voice tho sentiments of his comrades at Bottom Prices. "No, on furlough." J. Chandler Harris. Bodyard KiplUg, by saying, as nearly us I can recall: of Mason county last week that if ho Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, William Black, "What In h 1 brings you a hldln In B. Louis Stevenson. didn't get a movo on him, his days were UaryE.Wllklni. har, then?" W. Clark Bussell, TO DK CONTINUED. Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, For the next sixty days we offer spocial inducements to Frances Hodgson Burnett. numbered. Sparks published a reply, Beforo 1 could framo au answer to this Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine- Oils, distinguished writers. not Bell shouted out, although wo could And many other Baying that ho had been born nnd raised And all kinils of Mill and Machine Supplies, see the' man who challenged us: Ignoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's in that county, and intended to stay our trade and those who come firBt get the pun. "What in U 1 brings you uns a hidin Llttlo luirly IMsors iaa misfortune These there as long as tho next man ; and that PRICES and all husinoss guaranteed to ho satisfactory. har?" Ih Uio Rreatcst Sunday Newspaper ill tho in to keep tho flies off of any ' CorrcBpondonco solicited. "Wo ain't a hldln," and another rifle little pills regulate tho liver, euro head- ho was able world. ache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consltpation and all wliito caps that should underbarrel became visible besido the ono al Price 6c, a copy. By mail $2 a year. and biliousness. Sold by Short & Hay-nc- s. take to make him leavo or punish him ready covering us from tho bushes, Atlilrcmt HAKDINSBURG, KY. for staying. "Wa'alj" continued Bell. "Yon una .A. u Till! NUN, Now York. R PRISONER SlSs z Durham E N T FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE jis2:arj 9 VE THE 1 Model Ml - GREAT and o EfevIor :0NLY n Superior Facilities SIP? CIGAR TKeSkMof HETTERMANN BROS, 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, Irvington Milling L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling Agt. LOUISVILL Dow I5 e V & Good I PURNITURR Geo. Yeakel & Go. How Can We lime It :- SPECIAL TOBACCO, BICE, :CIoIBinj: r-- SODA, SHOT. ltas-sim- will u ' y POWDE I Yeakel Co.'s, LOADED SHEL FLOUR and 6 Bool5ffliSIioe5 s MEAL SUGAR, "f 1? COFFEE, MOLASSESJ HENSLEY, JOLLY DEJERNETTE, 1 FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, HARDINSBURG, KY. CLEARING SALE '.,, :- HARRY GUENTHER & BRO.. East Main St., 0"WEITSBOBO, GEO. YEAKEL CO. - n, :- HasseottieddttrIngl892 FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. :- - The Sunday Sun WITT MEADOR, GIVB ITS u Bi&ckeSridge News. EDNJB8DAY, k " FEBRUARY 17, 189-- '. Democrats mado a blunder four years ago in not naming tho from Indiana. It is to bo heped they will not repeat it this year. Vice-Preside- VIROU- - O. nAMlAOK, Kdltora and Proprietors. 10.01 a.m. &.&T Mil. C. S. Crosson, who hasBoefllcient-l- y . iKxpreil going East fi.&T. Local Time Card. " ti "g1tH t ' But Wmm East.'. West 0 Jfl t m. 11.19 a.m. 10.04 a.m. p.m. has been introduced In tho "' &.nl r. nlirtltoli tlin Stnln Itnnnl represented tho News at Brandenburg for tho past flvo months, has been called to headquarters and is now on tho local stafTin this city. If you havo an item of news or a visitor, or anything in tho shapo of local nows, pleaso glvo it to Mr. Crosson. Ho will appreciate it and bo will we. We want tho news and nothing but tho news, and that is Mr. Crosson's business to get it. eportcd at 'Washington that Sec-- Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Jno ia eoon to retire from tho contain Mercury, tit's Cabinet. as mercury will surely destroy tho senso predicts of smell and completely derange tho g, the weather-prophe- t, to April 1st, wo whole system when entering it through tffl February 15th Such articles have a protracted period of warm tho mucous surfaces. should never bo used except on preIher. scriptions from reputablo physicians, as TsJbvTv.rivE Tlnnnlillcnn ofllco holders the damage they will do is ten fold to were ilfemisscd from tho New York Cus- - tho good you can possibly derive from i hwwo last week or receiving bribes them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactal fees while on duty in tho sor ured by F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken intertie government, nally, nnd acts directly upon tho blood i Blaine lias declared in an and mucous surfaces of tho system. In ixm G. buying Hall's Catarrh Curo bo sure you EciLjetyfSr that ho will not bo a This will lcavo tho get tho genuine. It is taken internally, Rjidfo rresident Harrison, who will no and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. tho nomination at Cheney & Co. k)i4K bb given Hjifttpapolis without much worry or 8Sold by Druggists, 75c. por bottle. ugling is. tos. Proctor Knott, as attorney for tho Ittibono Manufacturing Company, is wring to buo tho State for $5,000 tho ant of tho claims of tho Second Regi- services at tho encampment It summer. This is tho same bill Ad- Bant General' Gross refused to pay, pining it was not authorized by law. r Cash and Credit. AN ALLEGORY. Irrc F. J. Ferry contributes to this Mr. works for Cloverport. t has given the subject much thought fafttKly, and is deeply interested aliko oil good citizens, in obtaining a Id water Bupply for this city. Head it ho has to Bay on tho subject. i water loan interesting paper on tho subject ?3s sold that President Harrison do- i that-therbo no Federal oflico hoi- A or negroes sent as delegates to tho jrablican Convention at Minneapolis. rirtill right as to tho Federal ofllco fjr, but if tho negro is not allowed a foat tho Republican board, where in natno of senso is. ho going to. fCommunications LiaZh rf.Mf1.,j1 from Hawcsvillo. Ilenhensnort. Big Spring. Tobinsport, jfahcrtv and sovcral school reports. nnf fliia wnnlr Wlimi )fffget into ,our new quarters wo hope fcbo nblo to handle everything that In. The pcoplo want tho news it is our business to give it to EsTbat'B what wo aro here for. rv new subscribers have been o add- - of four liBtdthis week, twenty-llvwore secured at Uranbenburg last Inlay, Tho News wo aro proud to is growing moro popular every week. fsubrcription list is increasing, its ad- Itising patronage is increasing its job- looms are crowded with work and it is in vervhealthv condition Generally. X havo called for a thorough investigation of tho Pension Bureau. Doubts have existed L for somo time as to whether this depart ment, under the supervision of Mr. J Raum, has been fairly conducted. It is '! believed that ho makes discrimination lives. applicants for pensions, and , between Mr. X's accounts with these houses lint ho is in fact running the business amounts, including orders to his farm for partizan purposes. hands, to about $900 a year. On this amount, judging from tho prices he and Tom Pettit is eivinj; tho Democrats of his hands say thoy are charged forgoods, PN Daviess county much concern about the they pay 50 7per cent., this on $900, I position ho will tako in tho race for Con- - would make $M0 ho pays for tho timo 'gress in that district this year. Thomas lie gets. Tho goods at this rate would is a pretty wily politician, and refrains cost the merchants $000, and at tho end from talking about tho raco much. Tho of tho year ho pockets the nice little Democrats havo long since counted him sum out of Mr. X's hard earnings of I' out of tho party there, but Mr. Pottit is $300. r not inclined to tako it in that way. He Tho following is a list of a few articles still claims to bo n Democrat, and one with prices they pay at Hampton, and would judge from his expressions that the price the samo can bo bought at tho ho expected to force himself into tho Cash Store, as got from themselves, their p convention. hands and other parties. Cash prices, prices. Senator Vest, one of tho ablest poli- Hampton $2.50. pair shoes, $3.50 for 1 A ticians of the country, with referenco to " 1.50. 2.00 " nomination it Chicago tho Democratic 55. 1.25 1 Bet knives and forks, !15 1 door lock, 24. says: "The nomination of Cleveland 8.50. seems to mo the just and logical result of 10.50 1 suit clothing, 1 8.00. present political candidates, but tho lifo 11.00 1 overcoat, 1.75. 2.50 hat, tho of tho Democratic party depends on 1.20. 1.501 pair gloves, fbrtunes of no ono man. Tho managers Tho moral to this is, buy your goods of and tacticians, of whom I am not one, the Cash Store. Mr. X. can easily do havo determined that ho shall not bo this by going to tho bank, where his nominated, and I know enough of them credit is O. K., and get his cash, mid if nnd Conventions, to bo certain that thoy ho should possibly havo to ask for ono or will achieve their purpose." two renewals, the per cent won't amount to over about 8. Then go and buyof the woman ceases to Cash It is said that when a oft" Store, where everything is sold at a her stockings low cash price, and ho will And that tho Bit on tho floor and pull sho is getting old. Hut this is not tho typo littio bit of financiering that ho can do tho Legislature has had to deal with the in a day will pay tho hire of tho best past week. For from all accounts about hand ho has. Cash Stoiib, tho liveliest, tho most energetic and deterBewleyvllle, Ky. mined body of ladies that havo visited NOTICE. Frankfort for somo timo were there a few ilntin ....A (nlitniMitlni 41iA nvnrtnrlv t!frlita Mr. E. II. Marcilliatt having resigned of tho sex in this State. Tho troublo is his connections with this Company, wo about tho dear women, thoy do not un- beg to advise that wo shall continue in alderstand tho situation, and they aro tho Btavo business in this section. ways ready to break over a hill before Company, Cincinnati thoy como to it. So far as tho law is conHawesvlllc, Ky. January 1, 1892. cerned, tho women have about tho samo But in caso rights as their husbands. It is an established fact that Do Witt's tho law happens to bo deficient, tho con- - Littio Early Risers havo an enormous DCJwlluU VI HJU UJIUUV.UIIU1 wituiuu bviuba sale, and why 7 Simply because they Jn on tho side of tho woman. Of courso aro pleasant in taking nnc happy in reit is not expected of them to swap horses, sults. A pill for tho multitude. Sold run a brick factory and all of that sort of by Short & Haynes. thing, but when it comes to testing tho exact rights of property, tho law is as Charles Durham, of Kirk, the best favorablo to them as anybody else. Of naturcd Republican in tho county, was course when thoy foolishly go and give in tho city yesterday delivering tobacco. their property away to the men, as many Ho was accompanied by Samuel J. of them do, in nino cases out ten thoro is Bland, Ambroso Mattingly, Barrett Sam Priest and Georgo Priest, nil no hope for them, There is ono matter however, that wo might suggest to the his neighbors. Charley says it is a long legislature for tho benfit of tho men, and way to haul tobacco, but ho likes to that is-t- make a law to stop tho tarno'l como to Cloverport any how, so don't women from t'rad'en dollars for patent mind it. It takes two days to makp the trio. "Washington Cooi-kkaoMat-tingly, o ' "- V- The Democrats at Near the thrifty littio villagoof Hampton, lives Mr. O., whoso well improved farm, beautiful cottago dwelling, and convenient and nicely painted well-kehorses nnd cattle, all show tho good judgment, energy and thrift of tho owner. Mr. O. has in addition to this, tho most beautiful farm in the lovely valley which surrounds tho village, some town lots, some of which are nicely improved, and an interest in a large tanner', and a blacksmith and wagon shop. All of these things prosper under his supervision, and add daily to the credit side of his hank account. But with all of his good judgment ho is making ono mistake that is not only injurious to his own interest, but is the cause of serious injury to his neighbors. In the town of Hampton there are several stores and shops of different kinds, and as Mr. O. is largely interested in the property of the place, ho feels it his duty to patronizo tho business houses, which ho does with a lavish hand, paying cash and never questioning tho prices that is asked him for any ar ticle that he buys. Near by Mr. O. lives his estimable neighbor, Mr. X., who is also a good farmer, but in an unfortunate speculation several years ago, Mr. X. had the misfor-turtun- o to sink several thousand of his well earned means, and sinco that timo he thinks it his best policy to buy all his supplies on a credit of twelve months, and having great confidence in the judgment of his neighbor O., he buys of tho samo houses, and pays the same long prices that Mr. O. has helped by his liberal dealing to hettle upon him. It is in this that Mr. O. makes his great mistake, first, by encouraging tho business men of his town in selling at exhorbi-tan- t rates, and thus driving a large portion of the cash trado of the place off to other markets, and again by his influence on his neighbors, who, like Mr. X., buy on a credit, to cause them to continue a system that will most likely keep them poor, or hard pressed all their s, four foot head. This necessitates a large out lay for such a city as London with its flvo and one-hamillions of people. Master Mechanic Ferry's Views. Tho filter basins covering nn nrea of ono Mn. Editor. I havo been naked to hundred acres. 1 think it can safely bo said, that there glvo my views as to tho feasibility of providing water works for Cloverport. In is no method possible by which you can doing so, I shall endeavor to bo as brief render water organicnlly pure, except by as tho nature of tho task will admit of. filtration nnd tho only practical methed Tho first thing to bo considered in con- is tho American system. As tho Euronection with this question, is an adequate pean and American differ greatly from supply. each other, a brief description of both is 2d. The quality of tho supply. necessary. .Td. Tho best and cheaiK'st manner of As I nald before, water cannot bo rendobtaining it. ered organicnlly pure except by filtration. 4th. Will it pay? As this statement seems so strong nnd I shall consider each ono of these ques unqualified, I will quote such author-ity.a- s Prof. Albert R. Leeds who has givtions separately. As to tho supply. Tlu Ohio River of- en years of study to tho consideration of fers an inoxhaustiblo amount and all aro this subject. Professor Leeds Bays, "Tho object of aware, I think, that nearly every munici-patil- y that lies contiguous to tho rivcrget filtration is to remove living organisms, their supply of water from this source, also, tho suspended matter and dirt. It tills is not a matter of choice, I think, is easy to bco how we can remove tho but on account of not being oblo to get a suspended matter and dirt, but as to tho sufficient supply from any wherelse, con- living organisms it is not bo apparent. There aro what wo know as discaso sequently quality has to givo away to quantity. This statement may not bo germs, or bacteria, ond are what wo supconsidered by some as being entirely cor- pose, produce typhoid and otiier fovcrs. rect as to quality, for there aro many yet, It has been discovered that tho bacterI havo no doubt, who consider tho Ohio ia remove tho bacteria. This operation river as being the very best source to was a complete mystery until within n draw tho supply of water from. This few years. Tho bacteria in tho water are might havo been nearer tho truth before comparatively few, but of a dangerous so many cities and towns had perfected a character. Tho great bulk of them are. system of sewerage which empties into our greatest friends. It is thought witl'i tho river. There aro many, no doubt, their aid together with tho oxygen of tho who think running water purifies itself; nir that filth in tho water is destroyed, in a measure that is true, but it is a well They feed upon it nnd they feed upon demonstrated scientific fact that it docs each other. Sinco that knowlcdgo has not to that extent which would mako it been obtained, tho object now is to cultidesirablo foi domestic purposes without vate tho bacteria. In order to mako the first being thoroughly filtered. It also filter bed do its work effectually it is nechas been proven that when tho river is essary that tho growth of tho bacteria bo low it contains a larger per cent, of imfacilitated untilfilter the bed becomes purities per gallon than when it is at populated with an incredible number; as what is called a good stage. Wo havo the result of their activity thoy multiply only to call to mind tho condition of the themselves in vast numbers, and they river last fall during tho drouth when form on tho filter beds nnd between the typhoid fever becamo almost epidemic particles of sand a sort of jelly or slime, in many of the cities and towns, which (a bacteria jelly as it were,) and it is by were drawing their water supply from the aid of this bacteria jelly that the the Ohio. bacteria of the unfiltcred wnter is removI havo so often heard people of our ed. Tho bacteria conies down into tho city say "that if we were to havo water pores of tho filter where thoy nro caught works, they were decidedly in favor of by this jelly and aro consumed." taking tho supply from tho river." This This may appear to somo as having I think is a mistake. But if wo aro not more theory than truth. To such I will to tako water from the river, the question say "That tho water supply of Berlin, presents itself where arc we to got it Germany, is in part taken from tho river from? Spree, and contains 100,000 bateria to tho In reganl to that, I think our city is cubic centimetre and after passing fortunately situated. As wo all knouyin-derlyin- g through the filter beds contain only from tho ground west of ClovcrCreek lorty to fifty bacteria. This takes place and extending about a mile in that di where tho filtration is such that 1,000,000 rection is a bed of gravel about twenty- - gallons of water pass through theso filfive feet thick, which crops out on the ters per acre in twenty-fou- r hours." It river bank. This gravel over lies a strata may be of further interest to know that of coarse, grey sand. It is in this sand some of the foulest water, most polluted water is found in abundance. At tho L., with sewerage is bo filtered y in the St. L. & T. shops nn open well, ten feet capital of Germany, and that this filtered in diameter, was sunk to a depth of water has been submitted to tho most seventy feet, which gave a good oppor- searching criticism of Prof. Koch, whoso tunity for observing tho different mater- Institufo of Hygicno is there, and to ial passed through from tho surface whoso labor most of our present knowdown to tho water. Which was about as lcdgo of filtration is duo, and fully demfollows : onstrates tho importance and feasibility Soil and clay ten feet. of filtering water intended for domestic Hard pan three feet. use. Thero is an objection, however, to Sand twenty feet. using the open filter beds in this country feet. Gravel twenty-fiv- e on account of our severe winters, especiGray water bearing sand twelve feet. ally in tho moro Northern states, where Underlying tho last inent'oned strata filter beds, such as described, would of sand is the rock. freezo solid, consequently some other Tne railroad has been put to no trouble method had ti bo adopted. in getting plenty of water for this well. This brings us to tho American system Tho consumption amounting to an aver- of filtration. Tho filter being nothing age of 50,000 gallons per day. moro than a tank made of either wood or The quality of tho water obtained iron, and strong enough to withstand from this source I believe to bo tho best any pressure it may havo to bear. Wo that can be obtained nt this point. Men will tako for an example a tank ton feet working at tho shops have used it freely in d'ameter. In tho bottom is placed for drinking purposes for tho last two about threo or four feet of sand. Tho years, and I do not know of a single in- water is'passed through tho filter under stance where there was any troublo that pressure and passes put of tho bottom by could bo attributed to tho water. It lias a series of valves so constructed that they alfeo done excellent service for steam purpermit the water to pass, but entirely reposes. Nothing elso ever having been tain the wind, after a timo when tho used in the Machine Shop boilcr.and tho filth accumulates on tho surface of tho boiler is now in excellent condition. It is bed of sand, tho operation is reversed. not quite as soft as river water, but does A current of filtered wnter is sent up not contain enough limo or any deleterifrom below nnd tho sand is uastied, tho ous substance of any kind to debar its impurities passing out through a wasto uso for domestic or mechanical purposes. pipe and the filtration is resumed. It I think all will concede that thoro is ontakes about ten minutes to clcanso tho ly two ways of ascertaining correctly tank. "That it is possible by such a whether water is suited for tho purpose method you will say to removo tho sand for which it is to be used or not. and dirt, but what will such a filter do Ono is to use it and tho other is to de- with referenco to tho bacteria ?" In ortermine by tho use of the microscope and der to efl'ect this result, it is necessary to n chemical analysis. The latter is much havo something which will tako tho the best and if followed would often save placo of tho bacteria jelly, which has been n great amount of suffering, but circumdescribed as being in the opeifBlter beds stances and necessity often detcrmino of Europe. Tho most successful substisuch matters much the same as it docs tute is a jelly mado of Hydrale of Alumothers. ina, which is obtained in tho following Tho Railroad Company arrived at their manner : All natural water contains in knowledge of what tho water was by tho solution, carbonate of lime to which its former process (that is by using it,) and hardness is due. When sulphate of alum-iu- s found that it met fully nil requirements. is introduced into tho water it is de I will ndd for the benefit of tlioso who composed by the carbonate of limo and, havo unbounded confidence in tho pur- sulphate ol alum is formed ana hydrate ity of river water, that tho water obtain- of alumina is set freo. It is perfectly ed at tho Machino Shops may bo said to white, translucent jelly. It forms on tho bo nothing more than river water filter surfaco of the filter bed in contact with ed; as tho river rises, so it does in tho tho grains of sand whero tho smallest well. It takes about ono week after tho particle of silt or tho bacteria como in river commences to rise before it is notic- contact with it thoy aro caught by it nnd ed at tho shops, and falls in about tho hold. It is possiblo to entirely removo samo manner. Tho process of filtration tho bacteria from wnter by tho uso of through tho sand and gravel must neces- tills jelly. Filters of this kind havo been sarily bo very complete. repeatolly tested and that point most This gives us to sources of water sup- carefully established. It may bo said by ply avnllablo for water works, i. e. Tho somo that hydralo of alumina, which is river and tho gravel beds west of town, ono fourth of alum, is vory pernicious to either of which will afford an nbundanco health. If tho alum over went into tho of water. If it was found best from uny wator Biipply.tho point might bo conced causo to hbo tho river water, it could ho ed that it is not tho proper thing to use, successfully used by filtering. but it does not go into tho filtered water. To sucli as aro informed in regard to I quoto Prof. Leeds again, who says "Tho this matter, it will not appear to bo im- alum is bo perfectly decomposed that I impracticable or very oxponslvo if tho have never been ablo to find it in tho proved methods aro adopted. I refer to filtered wnter. Tho hydralo of alumina filthe American system of mechanical is left behind and tho alumina which tration. Thero is moro than ono hun- goes into tho water is a minute amount dred municipalities at tho present timo and is always found in natural water itthat aro using this system and tho prac-lic- o self." is rapldlly increasing. This is a matRiver water contains somo alumina ter of so much importance where water and it is tho alumina in tho soil that is to bo taken from running streams that makes spring water so bright. it should not bo passed over lightly. A tank of tho sizo. mentioned (ton feet In England and nearly all European practice of filtra- in diameter) under a pressure of fifteen cities and towns, tho tion is well nigh universal. All, how-ove- r, pounds per square inch will filter bucccbh use tho old system, that is largo fully a quarter of a million gallons of hours. filter basins, where tho water is filtered water In twenty-fou- r continued. Ubxougli nlwut two feet of wind under n WATER WORKS FOR CLOVER-TOR- T. "We Challenge Comparison We are lf at he Front WISbWoL Right up next the Band" BBBBUBBtI ril 1 u'iJwflHBBBBBBM IN THE Corset Line jsnn lv swmiiK s05sow, f jr -- ' i ' Emit! in ' ' 11 11 T)m "Beauty consists of a certain composition of color and Wlllll figure, causing delight in tho beholder." Loeko Mil '?!..' ijuiW m mi ycTSBV n . ' I I III till JiBHBF COMlf W757 fOHUWO P IS "X Therefore, ladies in purchasing their Wearing apparel, desire those that will beautify them most. The NAIL THEM WHILE YOU CAN. S When a real good opportunity is within your reach you should grasp it. When SMART & OO. offers a special sale in UNDERWEAR and HOSIERY that is the time buy. Time is fleeting and so is bargains, so if you want a whack at them nail them at once or you will be too late. We are also prepared to quote the lowest prices in town on CLOTHING, HATS and FURNISHING GOODS. A few tempting offers are hereYecited as an evidence of good faith and as samples of the special inducements too o o iei 3 e rr Is one of the most needful articles to correct the figure. DR. SHILLING'S AND RXGRLIa C numerous to enumerate. Over Shirts ( ( PliSlll SteBi thrm all. For Tho purchase money will Merino Under Shirts ii Merino Drawers i -- . i Hats - Wo carry the largest lino in tho rsity. CO c. 35 cents, fonnor prico " 50 75 " " 75 $1X0 GO "" 40 " " 75 50 " 30 "v 50 " " 50 75 " " 50 75 " " 75 SI .00 Gent's Gloves from 25 to 50 cents por pair. bo refunded if not moro than satisfactory. Ease, Comfort, Style, Durability, THESE Smart & Co., Ky. Cloverport, WEST VIEW SCHOOL LOCATED AT j- - 1 Ifepf mtmvshm Obituary. CORSETS BXOBLL. ! WEXSO? VIELW, KY. YEST memorial of tho lato John S. Hull are theso lines aflectionally inscribed. was born in Culpeper Deceased county, Virginia, December 20th, 1S05. and died at his homo m Memlo county Knntuckv January 11th, 1892, aged eighty-si- x years and fifteen days. When about six years of age ho omigrateil witn his father, Christopher Hull, from Virginia to Breckenridgo county, Kentucky, and settled on tho banks of tho Ohio river four miles nbovo Stcphensport, on tho farm now owned by his II. S. English. Ho remained hero but a very short time, because of the unhealthfulness of tho river bottom. From thero ho removed to what is now known as Clay Lick, then Deer Lick, where ho remained several years. Ho then moved near to what is now known as tho Wash Miller placo on tho Stcphensport and road, where ho lived until the year 1833, when ho left his father, bought land and settled in Meade county, now near Kkron. Hero ho was married to Apolino Phillips, Match 4th, 1835. To this union was born flvo children, tho two eldest of which, David Hall and Mrs. L. O. Ditto, havo preceded him to tho Better Land; tho remaining three, Mrs. II. S. English, Mrs. John K. Ditto and Mrs. Calvin Hendricks, Burvivo him. Deceased was a member of no church, a professor of no faith, but ho loved his neighbor as himself, and did unto others as ho wished to bo donoby; ho was a friend to tho poor, nnd gave with a freo heart and willing hand to tho needy no worthy person, asking favors or alms from his was over turned empty-hande- d ilonr. Of him it mav bo truly said, "To do good was his religion." Kind, gen tle, loving and forgiving, ho mailo Himself ;happy by making those happy around him. His memory is revered nnd his departure mourned by all who knew him. Tn son-in-laHar-dinsbu- FOU YOUNG MEN and WOMEN, Who expect to become teachers, and all others who desire to attend a good school during the Spring months. Tho now house now ready, seated with chairs and desks, everything new and complete. We're Not Headed Yet. THREE GRADES Primary, Elementary and Intermediate or Teacher's Course. Tho Patton Vitrified Brick Works Company started a largo forco of men to Tuition Fees very low. Spring term begins February 22d, 1892. work yesterday with teams and scrapers, Board 1.50 per week. Especial attention given to the preparation of clearing away, leveling tho ground, Teachers for passing tho Stato Hoard examinations. building tram-way- s Ac. Another force TEXT BOOKS Tho Eclectic series will be used. is nt work grading tho bed for the For further information address tho Principal switch, which is progressing nicely, and by tho timo tho machinery and material arrives, everything will bo ready for conveying it to tho works and placing it. A fruit canning establishment, a steam laundry, water works, a creamery, new flouring mill, nnd two more vitrified brick plants nro in sight, and probabilities in tho near fuluio. CHINTZ ROYALTY. Peace Has Been Declared ! BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Indigestion, Illliousncss, Dyspepsia, Mala, rla. Nervousness, and General Debility. Physi cians recommend it. All dealers sell It. Genuine bus trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper And the War with Chili is a thing of history, but we still continue the War on the prices of The people have learned scheme, but a genuine GOODS. that this is no CLOSING OUT SALE. We have the rarest of bargains, and they will continue to be offered for cash until all are sold. Gome and get them, if you want to save money. C. M. McGlothlan & Co., Time is Money, Your timo might very easily bo nt least twice at valuable as It Is and that would le no reason why you shouldn't como and look at our Ladles and Cent's Watches and Chains. The designs seem to bo crowing daintier every day, the workmanship more nrtlstio and the finish astonishingly more beautiful. Whether you be In a purchasing mood or not, keep up with the times, (live us an opportunity to show you some of tho most extulslt little gemi that ever told their own story of genius In devising and skill in exeeutlon. You will be paitlculariydollgbtod with our nice lino of now Clocks, etc. UNION STAB, KY. Joe Buck Skips. On what is called Black Knob, in tho upper end of the county, just bolow ,1'lint iBland, Joo Buck l'attcrson has, fll A. W.Jones, I.ATK ALKXANDKU'S HOTEL, WIMiAM Court-IIousc, 9 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jcfl'erson, Center and Green Streets, opposite or rather did have, his castlo. Joo Buck has a considerable rop as a desperado, being continually in troublo of somo kind. sworo out Last week his a warrant against him for an assault, and Huso Morgan, city marshal of Stephens-port- , nnd J. B. Biggs, deputy sheriff, were sent up thoro to capture him. Ho, however, had gotten wind of their visit, and was on tho lookout when thoy put in an appearanco; so ho showed them his heels, nnd quickly put tho river between them. His family has followed him sinco, and it is now tho olllcers of Perry that-wil- l lmvo to copo with him. It will not bo long until they will bo after him, for it is not Ills nature to obey any laws a great whi'c. Tho grand jury nt Owensboro last week returned fifty indictments against numerous parties for selling cigarettes to Among them aro soven cases boys. against It. II. Bennett, nnd soven against J. W. Slack. It. II. Bennett is a son of John H. Bennett, tho clover hotel keener nt Stepliensnort, and is a much esteemed salesman in Slack's grocery Btoro nt Owensboro. If tho indictments stick, Slack should foot tho whole bill. LOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. L0QAN, Manager. F. N. D'HUY, Jowolor. J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. stockholder may bold two offices If tho Hoard of Directors deem It necessary. The first nfficors shall hold tbelr ofllces for one year or until tbelr successor shall be elected and qualifiod and an election shall be held on the 2nd Monday in January of each year. flth The highest 'amount of Indebtedness or liability to wu'ch the corporation may 4 any time subject Itself shall not exceod of all the then assured. 7th, The private property of members shall be eiempt from corporate debts 6. I. Lewis, F. H. Ualluian, AIi. Dallman, two-thir- Cloverport, Ky. BSyBranch IIouso at Ilnrdinsbtrg, Ky. Articlos of Incorporation of the Third St. Planning Mill. Notice Is hereby given that S. I. Lewis, F. II. Balliuon anil A. L. Dallman under and by virtue of tho Uws of Kentucky, do hereby for ouriclfs suceestors and assigns form an lucor- company and adopt these articles of fiorated $14,400 IN GOLD COIN the 1st. The To he Givkn Away Ahsolutki.y. Third Street name of Mill,corporation Is the and Its prlnclplo Planning Is the City of Cloverport, Anyone for only $2.00 can secure both the ace of business SI tate of Kentucky. Ilrockenrldge News and tho Louisville, Ky., Snd. The naturo of Jthe business proposed for one year wl b the Weekly to transact Is that of buying and manufacture opportunity of making estimates for the all kinds of building material for houso buildunprecedented offers of one ing and to carry on a general Planning Mill prtie of $10,000 in Ould Coin, nnd 44 prises of business. 3rd. The amount of authorised capital stock $100 each In Oold Coin. Sample copy of the is Ten Thousand Dollar! divided, into shares l, Weekly containing full paror One Hundred Dollars (lOOJeaffi, but the ticulars, can be seen at this oOlee. Or on apcompany may commence business when One plication to Courier-JournCompany, LouisThousand Dollars sbairtrUve been subscribed ville, Ky., a copy will be furnished to any ad for and the stook subscribed shall be paid In dress free of charge. Send your subscription at such time and upon such terms as the to this ofllco, Jno, D. Ilabbage Board of Dlreotors,may prescribe. 4th. The corporation shall begin business on January 18th, 18U2 aud continue for 25 years, unless sooner dlsolved by a vole of not Two Farms for Sale of the paid up stock. than Containing 3.10 and 220 acres respectively. For less .- The affairs of the corporation shall be 6thInformation call on or address by a Board of Directors not less conducted T. II. HENDERSON, than three and they shall elect such olllcers as Wobiter, Ky. thii nature of the business demands und any Courier-JournCourier-Journal's Courier-Journaal two-thir- No Lottery LAND FOR SALE. one-bslf This farm lies in Breckenridge coqnty, on the bead waters of Long Lfek and mile from the L, II. A W, ralload, and Is well Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide In tracts to suit purchasers. For further Information address W. W. LEWIS, vim Owensboro, Ky. NOTICE. announce to the public that I am j appointed Sole Agent for Beavin & llawkln'sj unions untnk or Hand Made Sour Masb Hour-- ; bon Whisky, of LeltohOeld, Ky., which isj guaranieeu 10 ue pure. W. L. BKAVIN, Sole Agent. I beg to Clovsrport, Ki Northern seed oats at Vest's. It. E. Moorman was at homo Sunday. Wall West, of Preston, Was in thu city While! old tlantl up ulairtt. Saturday. Office in Dr. Chnrllo Hamman went to Loulsvillo OLOVERPORT. KYt Monday. S. S. Claud Brashear, Union Star, was in tho city yesterday. & Miss Georgia White went to Imls-vlll- o Next iloor to Hreckenridge -- ... Saturday. n. ijni,k Clovcrport, Ky. J. R. Blair and wlfo went to Louls villo Saturday. A. Walker Board, of Holt, was in tho city trading Saturday. CANNEL.TON, IND. Mrs. Milton Miller, Sample, was in iiuibt mmlo to order in tho best stylo. tho city Monday. Poriect fit guaranteed. Orders Bollcitcd. Tho Clovcrport Cornet Band was out serenading Saturday night. Mort Skillmun, of Webster, is pruning fruit trees in Holt's Bottom. OP T. C. Craig, tho hickory timber man, was loading curs hero nil last week. Sidney Hayden, nn old and respected citizen, who lived near Mooleyvlll, is dead. Capital StocK $25,000. Morgan Fontaine, of Holt, went to Louisvlllo Monday to lay in Ills spring B. F. BEARD, Preildent. PhysicianSurgeon. Dr. Dr, J. M. Clayton, HE DIDN'T So DO IT. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Henry Winter. Wm K the Court and Every One Else Thought In the Examining Trial of John Roberts. i. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger L, H. & W. TIME TABLE GulNO WKBT. Passenger Dally nrr. Hardlnsburg,.12:l2 p.m. aOIKO RABT. Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Acquitted Without mulling it funno. I)c Passenger Dally nrr. Hardlnsburg.. 7iSU a.m Merchant Tailor, J. KIRST, BANK. HAEOTSBUHG WILL MILLER, M. H. BEAKD, Cashier. goods. 0. W. , M0HRI8 KSKMDQE ) R. M. JOLLY.- - BEAUD 1 Dire tor' INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY LOCAL BREVITIES. Onion Sets at Vest's. Vest for grass and field seeds. 0. L. Otto, Louisville, was in tho city yesterdny. Ed Whitehead, Rome, Ind., was in the city Saturday. Henry Temple was sick last week, but is now nblo to ho out. Henry TIayncs wont to Hawrsvillo Thursday night, and returned Friday. T. I. Moore, Bradford, 0.,and Win. M. Colier, Cincinnati, were in tho city Saturday. Mrs. A. J. Gross and Mrs. File of Holt, went to Loulsvillo Saturday. Short & Ilaynes will receive this week tho largest lino of paints over brought to Clovcrport. James B. Biggs, ono of Brcckenridgo's efficient sheriffs, has moved from Union Star to Stephcnsport. Undo Joo Yates, of Derby, Ind., was a passenger on tho Tell City, Wednesday, cracking jokes us usual. John Hull, who has been visiting Iub sister, Mrs. Bassett, returned to his homo in Missouri, yestcrduy. Rubo Miller needed no telegram last Thursday morning to inform him that ho should run up tho "bull's eye." Miss Birdie Richardson, Louisville, who has been visiting Miss Jennio War-fluithis city, has returned home. Mrs. Doctor Smith and her two little daughters, Jennio and Ella, made a flying trip to Loulsvillo and back this week. Mr. Burnham, general manager Cincinnati Coopcrago Company, passed down tho road last week- - with Mr. Alf. Hennen. A trial convinces tho most skeptical. Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho tustc. Do Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure isnvaluablo remedy .Sold by Short & Hflynes. William Morton, tho Addison mill man, was in tho city Saturday. Ho wants to movo his mill hero, which would bo another desirable addition to this thriving littlo city. ' Our experience covers many ills, many pills and many bills. Our ills aro'small-cr- , our pills aro smaller aud our bills are smaller when wo use DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. Sold by Short & Haynes. John Krousch, of Rome, Ind., has returned from tho South. He went down and rewitli a boat load of hoop-poleports a successful trip and a good market, which is gratifying nows to his many friends. J. T. Hanks, of Stephcnsport, passed up on tho train Saturday night. Ho is representing tho United States Building and Loan Association in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee and reports business good, which is pleasant news for all who know him. Tho' cold snap last week made a sneak upon tho Signal Sorvico. Tho "fair and warmer" flag, that had been flying from tho top of Sulzcr'sbig building all day Wednesday, looked, Thursday morning, llko it was perfectly disgusted. You don't want a torpid liver. You don't want a bad complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a Then uso DoWitt's Littlo headache. Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. Sold by Short & Haynes. A protracted Baptist meeting, Mint hod been- - in progress about two weeks, closed at Stephcnsport a fow days ago. It was conducted by tho Rov. McNomer, and was quito a success, having mndo a'lout twenty additions to tho church. A dog fight in tho yard back of tho old bank building, and two negro women into their ribs, creatpouring brick-bat- s ed a littlo excitoment in that part of town Saturday morning; but tho belligerents were separated before tho contagion spread among tho bipeds. Frank W. Bushain has resigned his placo as constahlo In tho Union Star district, and will go to Morgantown, Butler county, to accept a position with tho W. Cincinnati Cooperago Company. Scott Cart will tnko his place ad constable. Miss Doll Hollingsworth, of Washington, Iowa, writes friends in this city, that sho takes tho BnEUKENWixiE Nkws, and reads tho locals with interest. Her many friends hero will bo pleased to know Mint sho contemplates paying Clovcrport another visit in tho suminer. n, d, "" s, 17, 1892. f Miss Ermino Munford, Guston, was a guest of Mrs. A. S. English Sunduy and Monday. John T. Wheeler, Union Star, is reported to bo dangerously ill with la grippe. Lee AVall's and wifo and Davis Raw-ling- s, of Sample, were in the city Monday shopping. Mrs. Reuben Roynolds dropped dead lato yesterday evening at her homo above town. If you expect to paint your house this year, seo Short & Haynes about Harri son ready mixed paints. Squiro John Keith wants to represent tiio Clovcrport district in tho Fiscal Court, when tho time comes. Newt Petrce, night operator at tho shops, went to Henderson Monday to spend n fow days with his parents. Rev. David Stnncliff, St. Louis, S. Wllkerson, wns heront tho funeral, and remained several days. Mr. Clarence Keith nnd Miss Bettio Harrington, both of this city, will bo married next Wednesday, tho 24th inst. Mrs. Bessie Starr Kcffer will begin her lectures at Fisher's Hall Thursday evening instead of this evening, as was formerly announced. Messrs. John and Jerry Bacon, of Louisvlllo, camo down to tho funeral of Judge Wilkerson, and brought elegant floral oflerings. "An honest pill is the noblest work of DoWitt's Littlo Early the apothecary." Risers cures constipation, biliousness and sick headache Sold by Short & Haynes. E. T. Guthrie, tho clover young clerk at Witt & Meador's, Hardinsburg, passed through the city Thursday on his way to Rockport, where ho will probably nccept n position in a drug store. Tho following cases were in tho Polieo Court Tuesday morning: Martha Williams for disturbing tho peace, fined $4, N. S. Scott, drunk and disorderly, $4, Henr' Adams, Marion Ilambleton, disorderly conduct, S3 each, and Mack Barrens, using obscene and boisterous language on street, $2. All tho parties arraigned were negroes. Tho steamer Royal luid it all over tho City of Owensboro last Wednesday in a race from Owensboro to Evansville. Sho did tho same thing for tho James Guthrie about two weeks ago. Nothing but tho "Texas" beats tho Royal down in that country. Valentino Strodes was arrested hero of last Thuisday for stealing a joe-boHyram Conner at Rome. Jack Bryant, a Perry county constable, camo after him and took him up on tho packet. Strodes has served a term in the pen for attempted ,rapo, and has only been at homo a fow months. Dr. Clutho, a loading physician in Perry county) was tried at Cannelton last week for committing nn abortion on Miss Havens, who died sometimo ago. The trial created much excitement, as tho young lady was of n very aristocratic family, and was closoly contested, but tho Doctor was acquitted. Tho wind was blowing so hard while tho Toll City was at tlmwhH&hQro lost Saturday that sho parted her lino and e drifted rapidly out into tho river, mostof her crow on shore,and having sevoral Cloverporters on board. Sho squared herself against tho wind, though, and ran hor head into tho soft bank below tho wharf. Misses Minnio Murray, Allieno Murray, Maggio Bowmcr, and Messrs. 0. T. Skillman, W. S. Bowmer. J. R. Skillman and Jesso Owen, of this city, attended tho leap year hop, given in tho Opora Houso at Hawesville, by tho young ladies of that place, last Friday night. U. S. Deputy Marshal, Logan Pate, up from Owensboro Saturday camo night, whero ho had jugged four moro violators of tho law. Among tho lot, was charles AVhittinghill, for selling liquor without a government license, and ho is, also, suspected of being an accomplice of Jim Noah Stuart hi his bill raising business. Tho retail merchants of Owensboro have organized a Merchant's Retail Commercial Agency in Mint city. Tho object of tho agency is to unite tho business men nnd merchant mnro closely together socially, to assist each other in collecting bad and slow- - accounts and to absolutely stop tho credit of those deb-towho refuse to mako honorablo settlements. Such an organization is needed in this town, and our merchants could savo themselves many a bad debt if they had it.ln operation. Tho laying of tho half milo switch from tho depot to tho now brick yard will open up a now location in that part of tho city for somo building lots. If tho now Company supply as many men as they say thoy will, thero must bo pluco for them to live, and several new houses ought to go up at onco. Messrs. Oclzo & Bro. aro Jujjldlng a couple of nlco cottages in thereat end. at leav-ingthis The examining trial of John Roberts, charged with burning tho Gibson Hotel at Sample last October, was called in Squire J. W. Jarrett's court at Stephens-por- t last Thursday. After tho usual preliminaries, both sales declared thorn-selvready, mid tho examination of the Commonwealth witnesses was proceeded with : Henry Gibson, owner of burned house was placed upon tho stand and testified, in substanco as follows: Houso was burned about 1 o'clock a. in., October 21st. Could not havo burned accidentally. Firo was discovered on tho outside, in portion of tho houso whero there had during tho day firo no been or night. Defendcnt had never spoken to him since firo. Met defendant after tho firo and ho went out of his way to keep from meeting me. Believed flint defendant wns guilty nnd had him arrested : Misses Sarah and Tenlo Jordan, Messrs. Clint Beauchamp, John W. Beauchamp, Milton Miller, John 11. Hampton, Leo Stuart, Graham Jolly, Eli Brown and Thomas Squires, were all examined, but there was nothing brought out of a damaging character. Tho young ladies testified about as Mr. Glbsou concorning tho time and location of fire, as thoy were both in tho houso that night. Others merely stated various conversations thoy had had with defendant before and after tho fire, nnd whero nnd when thoy had seen him. Ho was had over about tho fire, and all that ho not seen said, was in tho direction of denying his guilt, and seeming to bo much surprised and offended that ho was accused. With this tho testimony for the Commonwealth closed and Judgo John Allen Murray, attorney for tho defendant, moved that the caso bo dismissed, of tho want of sufficient testimony to warrant the longer detention of tho accused. Tho court sustained tho motion, saying that ho was satisfied from tho testimony that the houso was burned by nn incendiary, but ho did not think there had been sufficient proof to justify tho suspicion that Roberts was tho guilty paity, so ho could bo excused. NOTES. Fresh bread at Hardin & Brown's. The latest In hats nt Beard &. Heeler's. Stark Bradford, of color, died here last week. TO Til fnlrn ndvnntncrn U TO linrrnin UTfi 1mai1na X 3k TirO- - ', f: nf t n. tlin wnntlinr Mr. Eli Smith was in town Inst Saturday and Sunday. The railroad company is enlarging tho depot at Harned Station. Cucumber pickles ready for uso 6 cts. per dozen. Hardin & Brown. Ladies, gent's and children's custom mado shoes at Beard & Beeler. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beeler will celebrate their crystal wedding tho 22inst. Butter, eggs, chickens, ducks, geesop feathers, et;., wanted at Beard & Beel-er'e. W1UI;I1 IllUilllD tUUl I11M"V1 Hill llllU 111H! OllllU JII1UID Diljr until along in May. A word to you pcoplo who expect to wear your last Winter's Suit throughout this winter : Yon Simply Can't l)o It And look respectable. Why don't you como to us and buy an outfit without paying any profit ? Tako advantage of our ClearTho Suit you buy now will bo good for all next ance Prices. Wo must reduce our stock at once, hence theso low winter. Four Quarters Of the country aro whero our goods will bo found, but no quarter is as important as that quarter associated so particularly with tho v" namo of vl fcj Young men, old men, boys, nnd child ren suited in price nnd stylo of clothing at Beard & Beelcr's. Mr. Chnrley Bnrnltz, of Nashville, was hero a fow days last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Withers. Mrs. Ell II. Smith nnd daughter arrived hero last week from Glasgow. Tljcy will mnko this their homo for tho 'present. Tho Hardinsburg Republic will make its appearanco again next Friday undei tho editorial supervision of J. II. Len-nin. prices. Julius Winter & Co., cOkl Xfcolialsle" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, George Washington And it is in that quarter especially that our namo and goods aro best known. ! Louisville, Ky. From Pole to Pole! 1 1 Jim. Dugger was taken before Judgo over-shoe- Somebody is guilty, who Is it? A largo crowd and considerable interest manifested. Handshaking was in order immediately after tho trial. Roberts could havo proved and alibi, had it been necessary. Tho couit room was cleared, and tho crush was in tho hall outside. Murray nnd Barnes were defending, Murray and Board prosecuting. Squire Jnrrctt can administer nn oath in so impressive and solemn n manner, that every ono but an old, tried witness, is sure to think "I will drop dead should I tell anything but tho truth, and tho whole truth." Death of Judge John S. Wilkerson. This gentleman died on last Thursday, nt tho ago of 02 February 11th, years. Ho has been n citizen of Clovcrport for moro than forty years, and had a largo acquaintance in Kentucky and elsewhere. Ho possessed fino social qualities, which mado him n delightful companion and popular among his associates. Ho was stricken with paralysis somo months ago, which mado rapid progress, and terminated his lifo. Judgo Wilkerson was devoted to his family, and provided well for them. Ho was always deeply solicitous for their welfare, and was never happier than when within tho circlo of his own home. Ho was a useful citizen, n kind husband and indulgent parent, and is sincerely mourned in his death. Ho was buried witli Masonic rites, of which order ho was n conspicuous member. Adkisson last Saturday and confessed to having stolen a pair of Ho got a short term in jail. It is reported hero that tho Republicans in this section wish the Hon. Chas. Bland ford to represent them at tho Minneapolis Convention. Henry Ganctt had visited the 6toro of Witt & Meador frequently. Several pciccs of goods in their mark were found among tho lot recovered. Wo havo a few overcoats, shawls, caps, winter wraps, etc., which wo aro giving big bargains In for n short time. Como and seo us Beard & Beeler. Will Hardin and Mr. Brown bought out Jeff Muttingly's grocery store on tho brick corner last Friday. They will add a fresh stock and carry on tho business on a larger scale. Mr. T. J. Jolly, Bowloyville, was in town Monday. Ho renewed his subscription to tho News nnd says ho can name tho candidates on both tho Nuti-iontickets this year. Mr. Jeff Donahue, oldest son of Michael Donahue, died at his homo near this placo last Tuesday. Ho was a very promising young man and his death was a surprise to his neighbors nnd friends, He was in bis 22 year. Music sheets, instructors books for different kinds of musical instruments. Strings for violins, guitars, banjos, etc. Sowing machino supplies, spectacles', watches, clocks, tableware. Everything in tho lino of jewelry. T. C. Lowls. Tho public is hereby informed that after tho 25th of February, 1892 I will occupy and carry on my business, jowol-e- r, in all of its branches, in tho store houso of J. II. Lcnnin on Main street two doors south of bank building. T. 0. Lowis. ul ZFOIK ji I His name has gone filling the world with liberty, and our goods have followed, filling tho country with admiration, and now on tho birthday month of the great patriot tj.. j Pure Groceries OuHilLi OUST TRIUMPHANT Wo advise you to givo us SULZERS Furniture Tho regular and reliable Furniture dealer Is alvrayi on hand with a full stock In- A SPECIAL CALL. V E S We make the Prices, those follow who can. AWWVAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAfVAAAAAAAA, T ! Furniture ! Furniture f MIGHAEL HAMMAN, cluding Sewing Machines, Coffins, Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. done in Job Printing At this at moderatethe best style prices. and office immediately issued for their arrest and placed in tho hands 6f nn offlcor. Upton andGarret'fl wifo wero found ntKvnnsvillc, and arrested and brought hero lastSatur-day- . Tho oilicer found and additional $50 worth of goods In their possession which shows conclusively that tho wliolo trio were parties to tho theft. Heard & Co., aro confident this stealing has been going on for moro than a year, but thoy seemed unablo to catch up with tho guilty party. Thoy wero nt a loss too, to discover how tho rascal got into tho houso. All tho windows wero protected by iron rods fastened from tho Inside. On several occasions when they went up to open tho storo thoy found their front door unlocked. Thoy were certain thon that tho thief, whoever ho was, had n key to tho door. Now locks were put on all tho doors, but this still didn't keep him out. Their next plan was to stand guard in tho storo at night. This thoy did at several different times, and on last Thuredny night thoir man showed up. Three shots wero fired nt him, but neither got in its work. In n day or so tho missing rocking choir was found at Garret's houso and ho was pulled. All of this timo tho matter was kept so quietly within tho knowledge of tho firm that no ono had tho slightest suspicion thnt anything was going wrong there. A close investigation of tho premises after Gurrctt's arrest disclosed how ho got into tho building. Tho iron rod which goes across tho transom over tho back door had been loosened at ono end. This out of tho way tho transom itself was easily romoved. "When onco ho cot in tho thief would carefully roplaco thu whole thing and in such a way that deIIo tection was almost impossible. would then unlock tho front door from tho insido and go out. This tiling was kept up for no ono knows how long and but for Garrett's acting a fool in taking the rocking chair, it might bo going on yet. Heard Sc Co., wero quietly working tho matter and something clso might havo turned up to have given tho guilty parties away. Onco before, sovcral years ago,a man by tho namo of Pool robbed their store in about tho samo way. Thoy quietly laid for him and caught him and ho was sont to tho penitontinry and died thoro. Tho firm does not regret tho loss of tho goods in this instanco so much as thoy exhult in tho glory of catching tliothiov-es- . Thoir aim is to ferrot things out and bring tho guilty parties to tho surface In this instanco thoy havo bagged three and thoy aro nil certain for good long terms in tho ponitontinry. His Tirices shall bo such, quality considered, that no lcritlr houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to moot tho marfictj tho price bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices foro purchasing eiscwnero. lie means just wnat no says, ilo canr M. llAJMMAJN, Uloverport, Ky, v be undersold. . ' THE KING OF ALL - vq:i j Wo havo recently purchased tho stock of Jeff Mnttingly at tho brick comer. Our aim is to do a largo business in notions and family groceries. A now stock of these goods havo just been purchnsed by us nnd added to thoso already on hand. Wo nsk n share of tho public patronage. Country produce wanted. Hardin & Brown. Old man Martin Simmons was fined $100 at Jono's Station last week for violating tho rovenuo law. Ho had been selling whiskey in that locality for somo timo in violation of law, and tho people stood it as long as thoy could und ho was finally taken up and fined. His wifo promised tho court that the old man should immediately shut up shop, pro vided tho judgement was suspended long enough for her to petition tho Governor to havo his fino remitted and tho old man kept out of jail. Chilled Plows is the Olive; It has stood tho test in overy field trial. Be suro your points and repairs of all kinds aro branded Oliver, S3 4V -- j There is ntj Hia Blounts' Plows Have stood the test for years and the result is, our trade on this Plow is larger than ever before. Remember you can find repairs for all the Plows wo handle at our house. Mr. Steel Beam 02 Plow that cells the Brinley) She has corned t"i to stay. "Dye To live." Lust Friday night burglars attempted to break into tho residences of Judgo J. A. Murray, Mrs. Mary Raitt, A. R. Fiber and aunt Sallio Sally Hlgdon, nn old colored womnn. N. S. Scott, a negro claiming to bo from Denison, Tex., who has been dying clothes hero for about two weeks, was suspected, and Monday night was arrested at tho machino shops as ho was about to board tho through freight with n suspicious looking bundle under his arm. On examination tho bundlo was found to contain two suits of clothes, which ho had received from young men hero in town for tho purposo of dyinjr, somo posters, a pieco of lead, a pieco of chalk, a hoodoo doctor book and two rabbit fcot, that looked llko thoy tnlgl.t bo of tho genuine gravo yard species. As ho claimed that ho was going to Louisvlllo to havo tho clpthes died, ho could not bo accused of trying to get away with them, though that wus probably his intention, but ho was run in for being drunk and disorderly, and is now at work on tho street. Mr. S. K. Carrlgan, of Guston, Ky., in renewing his subscription to tho News says: Our littlo town has had a splendid trade this Christinas. Wo will soon havo n fino Presbyterian church finished, wishing you great prosperity for 1802, and that you may escape tho grippo and that Jack Gross may go to Congress, and that Grover Clovcland may bo tho next President of these United States. I am yours sincerely in tho good old Democratic Faith until death. 8. K. CAnmciAN. Don't fail to send in your guesses, The offer as, wo stated it last weak, holds good. Seo who can namo tho nominees 1 Ono of tho largest steal's to havo been accomplished in a small way, camo to light hero last week on tho arrest of Henry Garrett, of color. Garrett has been living on tho outskirts of tho town for a year or so and never did much work, outsido of littlo jobs hero and there, and his family lived in tho best of stylo, and much better in fact than a great many white people Tho secret of his high living camo to light last week, when ho was arrested- - A search of his premises revealed about $200 worth of goods of all descriptions, being secretly hid away there in tho mark of II. F. Beard & Co., of this place. Beard &, Co. havo bcon missing articles from their storo for moro than a year past, but wero never able to catch up with tho thlof until yesterday. A fino rocking chair which ho stolo from tho furniture room gave him away. This article, Mr. Beard and his clerks missed tho next morning after it was takon. They immediately offered a small reward to havo it returned. A visit to Garret's houso by ceitain parties revealed tho wliolo matter. Thero was tho fino chair in uso and still in tho mark of B. F. Beard & Co. Tho arrest of Gnrrctt nnd a thorough search of his promises followed. In overy nook nnd corner of tho houso storo goods wero found of almost overy description, fino dress goods, men nnd children's clothing, boots and shoes nnd many other articles. Garrett when arrested denied stealing tho goods nnd said ho got them of Henry Upton, of color, in Hondorson. This ltov. W. 0. Brandon will occupy his story was entirely to thin, but it served pulpit hero next Sunday morning and to open a now feature in tho game. It evening. was known hero that Garrett's wlfo and von yhpi:iia. Upton both went to Henderson last fall Indirection, and Ktomacu UUorilon, tako and Beard & Co., at onco suspicioned llltOWNH IKON lUTTKIip. All dealers keep It, SI per liottlo. (lomilno lias that tho goods Garrett had stolen had in Inulo murk ami cr.tl red lines on wrapper. art been sent to them. Warrants wore " Pat Dillon has charge of the Plow De- partment and will take pleasure in showing s, you our line, which cousists of Oliver's, Blount's Avery's and Meikle Plows. Brin-ley'- Beard, Dillon & Co, 5 HARDINSOURG, KY.: B NOTHING TIRED FEELING, IASTES RIGHT TO WHISKEY Harper Is tho finest vblsboy on earth. Used In moderation, it Is a tare epeol- flo for Indlcestlon. for eenenl debllltr. for La- . . ...omnia, tor menial depression, it is as migrant as ripe fruit and if need In modoratkm It lengthens life, adds to our joja Dad drlrfb dull care away. The I. W. Harper whiskey is aliolutuly pare. It Is prescribed by the ablest physicians of this cowtrjyandbj degrees It Is winning a world-wreputation, MIKK rOPHAM.SoleAg't, CIorerportjKy. Tho I. W. LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, YOU ..... ' v ? If bo buv n 50 cont bottlo of LEMON CHILL TONIO and sea what a chango it w ill mako. This Tonic is not only tho Surest Remedy or Chills, but 08 a Blood rurlflor nnd Appetiser is unenualcd. Pleasant as lemonado. Children cry for It rfTTi EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. Far Sale by A. R. FISHER, CLOVKRrORT, KY. opium tited at home wlUt" ompain. oo.oriAi MlWnl1rvSahUa llculanwnt THkK. RM.WiVlF.r.trv u n L'? Obituary. Read Tho Advertisements. Who Will Bo Mclvlna Polk, tho subject of this It is safe to assume that no one adWillie ltarr, son of CJid lJarr, is very sketch, was born in Duchess county, New dresses lliu publie through tho medium WEDNESDAY, FEBKUAKY 17, 189J low. York, Juno 15, 1807, jmd came to this of nn advertisement without having to Mr. James Cunningham is very low Stale when but a small child with n oficr porno articlo of special value, or Men as Economists. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE party consisting of filteen persons, viz. some opportunity lor employment or hcrp nro men, and tho number not with grippe. Daniel I'yau nnd Phoebo Ityan her investment. Theso matters nro such as , La Grippo is making considerable pro(iraaii, who, u seems 10 me, navo queer lHb fistic 1 father and mother, and Nelson ltyan her nlmost every ono frequently needs to uvy pruacii ii w gress lu this section. FOR THE iimwa "i ucunuuiy. brother, A rati Simons and wifo Katlu consider. Henco tho advertising colNAME THEM. try to convince them Born to tho wifo of Jno. Clements', on t .lieir families and whoso maiden name was Mai-lorSimons, umns of a paper should not bo treated as t tlint linlf llinlr wnnts nrn Iinneinnrv. nml tho Cth, a fifteen pound girl. John Wlnchell nnd Itachol Win-ehel- l, of little interest nnd cast asido becauso Jssssssssssssk:" ho much they buy could Lo dispensed !V Mr. Sydio Harden is very low with his wife, Iter maiden name being they do not embody tho general news of with, but when they want any thing it inflammation of bowels. stomach and Avery, Uriah Wlnchell, Casandra Wlntho day in tho senso of reporting startis na iiDsoiuiu necessity ami must ue MissJonnlo Stalmann will take up a chell, Margret Wlnchell, Koxlo Wln- ling occurrences of political or social life. purchased as soon as possible. Econo my must begin with tho wife and family, spring school in the Cunningham dis- chell, Mary (Polly) AVinehell, who mar- Tho chances aro that tho reader of adried Edmond Polk, Richard AVinehell vertisement columns will find in them ' not with tho husband. lie will tell you trict, tho 16th. WHY IS THE The Best and Cheapest Family Journal In the United States. And a Handsome Among tho deaths of tho past week is: ank Charity Wilson, making in all fifteen something showing how to satisfy a TJi6w hard ho labors, and tho many sacri fices no makes for his family, which no Mrs. Sam Whalen, Mr James Osbom persons that left Now York, II. W. want to greater advantngo or at leas exSimons being born at Louisville, Ky. pense than had been expected. Thus doubt is true, but in pitying himself, and Mr. Elzaro Nevitt. Aunt Mclvina was married to Thos. tho advertisement is news of special THE BEST SHOE IK THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? -and thinking of tho hardships ho enMr. Charlio Cunningham's school was thread It Is a seamless shoo, with no tack or to hurt tbo feet) mado of the best lino wit stvllsti calf, dures, ho often forgets how his wife is out last week, tho patrons aro all well Polk, Jan. 14th 1827, by whom sho had valuo to the individual, as telegrams and and easy, and because ted make more shoe of thts four children, two of whom survive her. local reports are news of general interflkiinninir. ornnnmizlni nml rankinc lior satisfied with tho school. orade than any ether manufacturer. It equals Bible Given Away. hoe coitlng from 1X0 to $3.00. Frucis, Marion and Preston. Sho united est. tho flnet calf OOdciiiiluu J" Drain tosolvo tho problem of makinc With tho most pcrfoct nowa gathering machinery, nnd with correspondents hi Miss Mary and Bell Brown, of tho equals for iPwi ihoo ercr ottered from$J(U to 812 DO.French every with tho Laptist church in tho year Indeed tho worth of a newspaper to ono penny answer for two. Imported ihoci whlcn cost fUt) If she Andyvillo neighborhood were the gucbts section of the habitable globe, tho Wkkklv IlunAUi is enabled to lay beforJ 0(1 CS Welt Hlinp, flno calf. chnneefl in hnvn n llHln mnnnv nf linr of Miss Ollle and Annie Jarboo last 1813, and was n faithful Christian to tho the reader lies in its advertising columns P"V ttyllih, comfortable and durable. The best noe ercr offered at tills price t Mint grado at cus- - ita rentiers tho latest intellljrenco and most entertaining news from every eity nnu time of her death, Jan. 2(!th, 1892. quite ns much ns in its news columns. In order to increase our nlready largo tonwnaue inoei costing irom so.uv to v'J.gu. vggi, ho thinks it poorly spent unless he week. country in tlio world. Men (BO Sho was always found in a full dis- If you will glnnco over tho advertisesubscription, list wo offer tho following iPui SU l'ollco hliooi Farmers, llallroad andLcttcrC'arrlcrsallweartuem: lluocalf, JJW tho handling of it, or dictates tho Tlio reputation for freedom nnd indepondenco which itlina required during the Our old subscribers and even oiir new charge of her Christian duties and ments of a hoary tlirco camlets, Journal, that inducements to new subscribers and to sion cOijo. smooth Inside, wear a year. soles, exten- many years ol its prosperous career will bo maintained Jilsc to which it shall bo put. It is that ones Ono pair will like your paper extremely well, the always at her post. Sho was especially is fit to bo tho medium of no shoo CSO SO flno rnlfiono better will ever offered at exchange be- old ones to renew : lack of confidence in her ability, as a ( this priest trial convince tlioso old subscribers are all going to renew as noted for her kindness to children, ever tween who want a shoo for comfort and service. its renders, you will surely find financier, and tho grudging manner in fast as their subscription expires. Tho National Democratic Convention ipUm i!3 and S'2.00 Wnrldiiamnn'a shoes CO are rety strong nnd durable. Tlioso who looking with n watchful eye over all something of concern and ndvantngo to navo given them n trial will wear no other make. t which money is often doled out to her, meets at Chicago, Juno 21st. Mr. Arthur Mattingly's school is prowithin her reach, she raised a family of yourself in some announcement, which Dnvd S'J.OO nml 81.73 school shoes aro that causes so many of our married lad- Tho National Republican Convention 19 UJ 9 worn br tho boj s everywhere; they sell on their merits, ns tho Increasing sales show. jes to wish for an income of their own, gressing very nicely, but I believe Mr. her own ; two of her brothers children, may bo of no use to your neighbor; and meets at Minneapolis, June 7th. shoe, best il I ortioc 811.00 verstyllshtcquaUFreuch kdUICO uonKola, they would not have to go to hubby Mattingly is more popular as n society and five grand children left motherless he in turn may find a notice that will Both will nominate a candidate for Imported shoes costing from ilfti to 5jil. man than a school teacher, as all tho by the death of her only daughter, Mrs. put within his reach the attainment of. l.ndlcn' tt.atU S'J.OO nml 81.75 shoe for Jor every nickle they need. President and Hisses are the best fine Uongola. stylish and durable. Willie Weathcrholt : and lias seen after some desire in which yon do not share. that W. I. Douglas' ti.tmo and jilan and wife aro full partners, and a girls of this place are struck on him. A,'nutlon.-c- o on the bottom of each shoo. J. T. Jarboo jr., teacher of tho public and cared for many other motherless You will find the "want" lo suit your tiful wifo certainly cams a half intcr- rrTAKE NO 8imSTITl!TE..J Insist on local advertised dealers snnpl ylnff yoa. jn whatever is accumulated, and school at Khodella, will close his fourth children ; the writer of this being one of case and another will do the same, TV. Ij. liOVUhXti, JJroclUou.IUaBs. Soldi? ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON PRACTICAL FARMING AND GARDENING, to was that Wskier seems no reason why she should term at that placo next week. Ho hav- leave number. When sho sho called all whether the quest bo for goods, employPROGREST IN SCIENCE. WOMAN'S WORK. this sorrowful world BOWMER & HAMBLETON died as ing pleased tho patrons of tho school for ment, employees or investment. ?k,dKot share equally with him tho profits BY SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES THE BEST AUTHORS. CLOVERPORT' KY. the righteous die ; in the full triumphs For tho First Prize. Few realize how much is to be gained earnings. nninn'H nvfrnvn. four consecutive terms is sufficient evi their LITERATURE AND ART. WIT AND HUMOR. Thirty Dollars In gold will bo given by fc'Zjgancc bas been man's theme for ages, dence of his competency as teacher of of faith and we can say as did one of old, by reading advertising columns. In thia NEWS FOR VETERANS, AND INFORMATION ON ALL SUBJECTS. public schools; his bchool is second to "How precious in the sight of the Lord matter Europeans, especially the Eng- Tub BitKCKESitiiKii: News to the success- Louisville, St Louis & Texas (I. B, Co. is the death of his Sainta," yes another lish, are in advance of us. Their adver- ful nnswers of tho question : allures of husbands and fathers, and wo none in Meado county. " Who will be the nominees of each party not denj', that many of them deserve The county Superintendent of com- mother in Israel hath fallen, another tisements aro read as much ns other do life's woik is done, another soul hath news. This beneficial habit is gaining for President and such censuro, but there aro many self mon schools of Meade county is Tho stamp of Purity and Truth in Ideas, Stories and News will ho strictly t" Tukiutr i:frect ' Any person selecting the four names sacrificing earnest workers whoso lms- his county, nnd ho wants to put gone to reap the eternal rewards for all ground in our own country ; classifying maintained. M, Wtsdnezday July 29. '91 Sweetly and and artistically displaying announce. bands do not consider them capablo of part of tho Clark district in this dibtrict, her work here below. thus chosen will bo entitled to tho first At 5:00 o'clck A. calmly she fell asleep in the arms of her ments, simplify the search for popular prizo of ?S0 cosh, and if, by chance, moro Weet Bound Traine spending five dollars to advantage, with- and build n new school houso in this Eait Bound TVutnt 61 out their supervision. It matters not, if place. I think that would be good Master and her works do follow her. wants. New York Itecordcr. than one nnswers correctly, tho prize 62 Send all Subscriptions to 63 54 Mail & Mail & will bo divided accordingly. tho family treasury is running low the move nnd hope it will meet the hanction She survived all those that came over Expr's ICipr's STATIONS lixpr'a Kxpr. LONG BRANCH. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, tho mountains with her to n land that man of tho houso will not smoke ono of our Superintendent. Dally Dally Dally Dally is now flowing with milk and honey hut less cigar, take ono less chow of tobacco, NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD, NEW YORK Cm We nro very bad to know of tho critic625pin 7 45im Iv.Un'n Dp't..nr 100 9 05pn Miss Annie Fontaine is visiting friends U4U 800 Kentucky St. 12 45 850 'nor one less drink of whisky, or what- - al condition of our political neighbor of sho has at last gone to join them in the in Jeilerboiivillc this week. 720 841 1216 West 1'olnt 805 ' ever stimulant lin lik-p-s host t1w.hu nrn Union Star, mIio is tho leader of the land where God will be their God and 12 IK pin 8 02. 84 7HI Howard , . " Itock Haven 11 4j.ini 7 47 Mr. U.S. English, Stephensport, was 717 900 extravagances, olino! they aro for great Third party organization of our will wipo all tears from their eyes. We Do not fail to Subscribo now for I.onjj lir.inch 1133 757 fnoi 7 40 9ld For a Second Prize. hero several days last week. 917 807 1129 Dr.indcnliun? ; man's pleasure, thercforo necessary. county, and it further grieves ns to cannot Know 01 tneir nappy reunion 1111 ONLY ONE DOLLAR A ho 811 9 21 Meade Springs 1125 727 Twenty Dollars in cash will bo given 817 Mr. J. P. Creal, of Louisville, visited 1119 It is of course his own business if ho know that relief is so remote especially til it is ours to pass over the Jordan. 920 723 ivKron 934 1111 Guston to tho person who guesses correctly only 827 715 C. P. P01.K. Miss Mary Hickerstnfr lost week. wishes to indulge in these habits, and to if lie expects to find it in the ranks of NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD. 8 37 941 1102 IrvJniMon 655 Tobinsport, Ind, Feb. 1st 1S!2- 8 47 96.! 105J 6 48 Wtbucr treat friends whenever ho desires, but in the Wheeler organization. Mr. L. II. Dooley and wifo visited his three out of tho four names to bo thus I0UU 104) I.odlburg 6 40 chosen as party standard hearers, so that 855 making out tho expenso account don't 905 1035 l'iercc 631 We say that "he is lied Hot and kickIt is almost beyond comprehension to sister, Mrs. J. II. Snlivan, of Louisville, the guesser may prophesy wrong as to y n 1010 Hi.,,, pie 1015 1030 626 to auu in tins leakace. and re- - ing" yes and I think from tho tenor of think that one medicine can possess last week. jiprgci 1023 U21 Stephensport 1023 618 i one of the four names, and by getting 925 1027 1010 Addison 1, jnembcr your family is not responsible 613 ililly Ditto lias tho first line colt by three the piece in your last week's issue he such wonderful medicinal properties as 10 30 930 1015 Holt 610 it:o:) correct will come in for this prize. 946 10 41 n. it a wife pays more for some must have boiled over when he spoke of Lightning 1 lot Drops. It is an external A. W. Moorman's wr 1001 Cloverport 667 Stallion, folded 1050 951 Shops 967 1892SIXTY-FIFT- H 563 nrtido of apparel than the husband the Democratic party. Tariff Iteform is nnd internal iredicine, and will relieve Sunday night. 10U1 1100 9 44 Skilliiian 5 40 1010 933 H.iwesvlllt 630 mi 4toens necessary, a lecturo on economy the policy of the Democratic party and all ailments for which it is recommend92(5 1118 Miss Maggio Dowdy, Urandenburg, A 1018 l'eirle 522 10 21 is often tho result, then ho wraps him Tariff lieform is what it is going to ed. Mr. Oeorgo Jones, of Lima, S. C, Mis. Mary Millers, Louisville, is 1121 Kalcon OF THE 920 615 visiting 10 28 1129 Cayce 915 611 self in tho mantlo of 10 34 1135 Lew is port 909 have, and if the Third party think it is says: '"Lightning Hot Drops saved my Mrs. A. J. P.ickerbtafr. 605 11 62- - in 4 48 Powers 851 Will be given to the first person nam- 1050 and imagines himself a monument of fraud, I am afraid, beforo tho Demo- life. I had rheumatism and was 12 U7pn laid up 1102 8 37 435 rules Mr. W. E. Chambers has started a lit- ing the two on tho tick- 1111 1210 ,fc economy, then 'tis well for him to look cratic party will have reached Owensboro 8 27 AN AC, 425 a long time and could not walk. tle store at this placo which is quite con for its 1123 1227 4 13 Mattingly 815 ets. ovjr his expenses for the past month 1131 80(3 1230 point on the tarifr issue the After using dozen bottles in all, I am venient to the neighbors 4 0', Stanley 1241 WorthlnL'ton All ballots must be accompanied by 1140 765 355 nnd see if every penny has been iudic- - Third party will reach its boiling point sound and well." AH druggists sell 1UI and Snottsvflle 3 37 737 No Household is Complete Without It. 1205pm Vonsly expended. Every wife who btud- - and pass away in vapor never to be seen will tell you all about it. 25 and 50c Mr. Jas. Mckerstafrand Charles Craw- one year's subscription to Tin: Uueckex-itiixi- 1155 111 7 29 llaskctls 3 29 El 12 20 am 125pmlar.IIenders'n Iv 715im 315pm ford remained in town Saturday night to Nnws nt only SI, nnd must be writies economy should have credit for her or heard of again in the history of Amer- bottles. hear the lady lecturo on temperance, ten on a seperate picco of paper from This is a superb Number nnd contains many efforts oven though she makes bad bar ican politics. And further, I think our "The Flowers of Chili." LauIsvl'lefHardfnsburg&Western hope they were benefited and tell of the that containing order for subscription. R.R. valuable contributions from a number of gains occasionally. It is right and jubt political neighbor, while he was so hot This week's issue of Frank Leslie's Il- good words they heard. Old subscribers will bo required to pay leading authors. Times of meeting of nil that every man Bhould live within his and kicking, made ono lungo out of the No. 2 TIME TABLE. g cans, any tho Kentucky courts, correct astronomical borings unhap- - compass of the Third party spln-re- , when lustrated Newspaper, being tho colored It is about a settled fact that the new all past dues and renew for ono year in TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. a? cngainnd worry, and that is what a ho sanctioned the nomination of the number, contains a beautiful page of salt works aro coming, but will not advance. calculations, movements l'lanatary system, Hast Hound Trains Now is your time to subscribe and West Hound Trains amily who is loyal to his interests will Hon. John A. Murray for Congress. If portraits of tho handsome women of locate quite as near us as would like, Kelipso, etc. Accurato calenders, Ember -Dally Dally Daily Daily trytoavoid. True, there are wives and Judge Murray is not a Democrat, I have Chili, a sleighing scene in Chicago, char- they will he below the creek and built vote. days, and lots of useful information on ex buii. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ft No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 daughters, to their shame be it said, who always been under tho wrong impres acter sketches from tho tenth annual on a much larger scale than any that lias many subjects. llSOim I.v Irvlnglnn Ar 930ain by willful extravagance make life a sion as to ins politics, and after having dinner of tho famous Clover Club of ever been put up around here. 1). 1210pm Garfield 8 IK Philadcphia, illustrations of tho Young Weary burden to tho husband and father, said that he would voto for 12 25 Hurned l:o:j 815 & the devil be- Women's Christian Association 12 42 Hardinsburg 7 50 nnd but they aro not tho majority. 118 Our foro he would vote for a Democrat, has Kirk 715 k'o: PUBLISHER, 130 Publisheis, LOUISVILLE, KY. Jolly 7OJ country is full of good wives and true, the audacity to ask Judge Murray to Mnrgaret Louisa Home, of New York . . 148 Glendeane 644 City, and of tho "Captain Pr.it" tho Oloverport, Ky. who mako every effort to promote their make the race for Congress. 155 For Sale h JNO. D. BAUUAGE. R Dempster C34 He doesn't W. W. VESSELS, 2 15pm ar l'nllsltougli Iv C 14am husband's interests, so dvo them their appear to care if ho does insult a man. formidable Chilian ironclad. Tho Chil250 Kockvulc 6 54 Proprietor and Dealer In 3 02 Kuth 6 29 ust dues and remember they know how I do not know his object unless it is to dren's Department contains a beautiful 311 5 21 Asklns story entitled "Majorie's Valentine," Fino Wines and Whiskies, Brandies to practice economy almost as well as get the Judge to 3 29 fi IX) Oaks make tho race and vote and the (iraphological 4 00pm ArKordavillel.vl 4 45a mj Department is their better halves. for the devil or some other black politicCigars and Tobacco. Headquarters for full of interest, while the fashion letter Tcmiixi.. ian. As he says Judge Murray's ability and editorial THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. IlAKDiNsnpno, Ky. pages, together with the is not questioned, and neither is Gross'. beautiful colored frout page, make this Pleasant to tho taste, surprisingly They aro both good Tliis hotel lias been lately re(L. E. & ST. L. R. II.) men, but everybody number the handsoincbt that tho Arkell paired, papered,painte(l, thoroughquick in effect and economical in price-- no has his choice even among good men, Weekly Company has ever published. ly renovated and refurnished, and Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cemont, Aficb wonder that Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup and wo are still for :Gross lirbt last and SHORTEST, QUICKEST Price only 10 cents; 12 numbers $1.00, is nowopen to tho traveling public. igan Planter, Salt, Lime, Cnal Oil is tho leading preparation of its kind. all the time. witli ilower premiums catalogued at I solicit a share of your patronage. by the Barrel. Plaster Hnir, Oh I woman, in thy hours of ease, unAND DEST LINE TO $1.25 by Messrs. Peter Henderson & Co., certain, coy and hard to please." With Waste no money, lluy Salvation Oil. W. W. Vessels. & $1.25. For Sale by .Ino. D. Pabbage. children hurt, long hours she's spent. It kills all paiir Price twenty-fiv- e cents Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alDo try Salvation Oil, tho liniment. a bottle. If you have a disease similar to the n,r? zttt comptatnt. ways kept on hand. Affection) and Orders acAND ALL POINTS following, try the samo remedy and see Catharine Lewis fainted one night in At drurctsts. Price 23 ct. companied by caBh prompt UNION STAR. "Olivette," but it didn't cause a ripple if it does not cure you. "My wifo had in the play. 'Twos only a cough, and inllamatiou of the bladder for about South-Wes- t. ly ullflH. Splendid sugar weather. they had a bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough five years. I tried everything I could Syrup on hand, of course. think of to relieve her, but failed to do Mrs. Chappcll is still quite ill. Time-Cuin Effect Dec, IS, d bo; even our family physician failed to Most of our sick aro improving. benefit her any. At last I purchased Tlio ollor which brings tlio greatest amount ol pleasure to ovcryl Road to Fortune. Lv. Louisville 8:45 n.tn... 9:00 p.m. ,4:10 p.m. Miss Pink Hicketta school closed here homo at tho smallest oxpenco. Tho publisher of tho BitKCKKNitmaBl The road to fortune is a rough one and Lightning Kidney and Liver Ueinedy, ArrSt. Loula 7:45 "...7:25 " -- on tho 22nd ult. and am glad to say that after the first Evansville 2:25 9:50 p.m. Nkws, Cloverport, Ky., has mado solo arrangements for this town as filled on all sides with disappointment, Miss Fannio Ilrashear, of Preston, was trickery, false For further Information, call on or address, friends, schemes, etc., bo dose my wifo was relieved, and now follows : in town Saturday. R. A CAMPBELL, Prlc$ only 25 cents. Solit by all druggists.) that the man lu passing over it has to after taking only two bottles of said rem Oen'I Pass. Ag't. EvansviPc, Ind On Year's Subscription to LitRCKi:.vuii)aE Nkws Valuo - - - $1.00 Mr. John D. Cart's school in the coun- exercise great shrewdness, industry, per- edy, is entirely well. Lightning Kidney Roliovos quickly Rheumatism, NeuJ. B CAMPBELL, try closed last week. ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, "WEBSTER'S Frank Leslie's Weekly or Zeitung (colored number), severance, tnct and watchfulness. ISy and Liver Remedy cured her." D P. A. Lnulifllli, Ky Sprains, Hoadacho, Toothache, Cuts, I. W. Loxo, Cartnight, Ky. Mr. W. B. Gardner spent a day or two the exercise of tho latter, ho passes over twelve times a year, including tho Christmas City Ticket Offico, S. XV. Cor. Th rd A Main INTERNATIONAL Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, &o. For sale by all druggists. last week in Cunningham IJottom. in safety and reaches his journey's end. Sis Louisville, Ky. 1.25 Number, Mr. Jenkins, of Stephensport, was a The man who works intelligently, keeps Twice-a-Wee- k For One dollar a year. G raphological Chart, or Reading of your Character DICTIONARY his own plans, has health, is n good lisguest at Mr. ltichardson's last Meek. Tho "Twice-u-week- " edition of Tho St. from your Handwriting, 1.00 tener, has a purpose and is Louis Kepublie is unquestionably tho Mr. Jas. A. Hargis, of Cannelton, Ind., Four Roso or four Chrysanthemum Plants, or 25 packeconomical, no matter what vocation he best and cheapest National was Mrs. Minnie O'Niell's cuest recent news Journsucensson oir'i'iiii u.vaiiiuikit:i. ets of choice Ilower seeds, all from tho from man al published in the United States. It is ioiiowb, win uo suc.cessiui. ly. d mill lionet from Cover I nver. has the making of his own way in the issued on Tuesday and sood houso of Peter Henderson & Co., Now A GRAND INVESTMENT Friday of every Mr. Jas. L. Cart finished tho unexpirlor every 1 umlly nml Srliuol, world. Luck has nothing to do with it. y week, making it in effect a York. 1.25 ed term of bcliool at Lookout school It all depends upon Tho work of reunion ocrupli'il nrrr his own individual for only ono dollar a year. During tho It'll ynnrs.inoro IIiiiii hiimli ill iillim-house. endeavors. lirlni; uiniiliiyril, and uev t:SOU,Oro The Kent Icmoiy Circumstances may alter four winter months eacli issue contains in oipemleil beforo II rat copy m a printed. In thla world, says J. lloflierr, of Syracuse. Total, $4.50 Mr. J. K. Hill, of New Albany, Ind., cases, but thoy do not make tho man. SOLD DY ALL BOOKSELLERS. eight pages, making sixteen pages a N. Y.. lal'uator Koouln'a Ncno Toiilo, bvcausa was in town last week interviewing our lie should anil must master circumstanPamphlet gent froo by l!io publUlioir. Qiy noa "Wo pflor all theso for $2.00 in advance. tio wan tiartiallv rninlfnal iii,. week, and no week's issue during the yiurn oiiJ uttuckul liy nts, has not had any CAUTION Is needed Ju purchasing n ,ic. merchants. ces in order to nchiove succebs. CourWo will givo an order on Potor Hondorson & Co., for any of tho year Is less than fourteen pages of boven UiU tlonury.oa pliotogmplilo reprints (fin ,li. uitiiiuof Ilium Hi ii to he took ono bottld of remedy, I wont liourlllj thank for it. leto nnd comparatively worthless ctlltli.n c t Miss Sallie Ilichardson has been con- age is half tho battlo of life, and decisivo columns each. Five beparato editions above collections, which is good until Juno 1, 1892. Wolwter nro being m.irlictcd itmlrrvarloiu Bt. Louis, Mo., March 2, 1631. fined to tho house by la grippe for sever- action the other half. What aro you aro printed, ono each for Missouri, Illinames and often by misrepresentation. Iloullzliie tho amount of good lator Koonlg's Send your subscriptions to GET THE BEST, going to do? Never talk about it or find nois, Texas, Arkansas and al days, but is better. tforvo Kansas, and a certify Tonlo has dono mo, I fool It a duty to Tlio International, whleli bcara Imprint of to ita good qualUloi. My ncrvouinoM fault witli others for not doing, but keep general edition for other O. it V. MKIIKIAM & CO.,J'lllill.hei, Mrs. Minerva Crosson spent several States, containwai cuused by liquor habit and exceaaive Springfield, Muss., U. II. A. days last week with her sister, Mrs. John doing yourself. Dry (ioods Chronicle. ing nothing but details of important luioMutf, liailng boon ao for several years. The off.l of your modlcino I felt immediately, and Frymiro at Chenault. events, of interest everywhere. Tho oo oro I ovou used a wholo bottle all Publisher NEWS, trembling Vitiated and bad blood often lead to is tho leading Democratic paper and uneasiness had disappeared, and I felt well Mr. Stone, of Leitchfiold, Ky., was Scientific American sleep sound and am full of ambition and life' serious diseases. A good plan is to tako of the country, nnd has a Special OLOVERPORT, KY. -Tariff soinotbiuB I hid not boon for soma hero to attend tho funeral of his brother-in-la- somo blood Agenoy for time, and medicine ut inlervuls of four Department, edited by Hon. Win. L. cordially recommend It as an excellent nerve Mr. 0. I. IJaslmm. OF THC or six weeks. Tho best is Lightning Wilson, M. G, witli contributions from o L.l CELEBRATED Mood Elixir. It Is a purely vegetable other distinguished Democratic leaders. Valuable) Hook en Norvnn The Lover's Lament. sent froo lo tnr address. JACKSON I). O. llrunson, of Davis It will be indlsponslblo compound. during tho great incillcliio 11 oo of clmixe. Your face Is like a drooping llowcr, CORSET WAISTS. Station, S. C, says : "I had some kind political campaign of 1892. remedy baa been .prepared by tho Reverend Homemher Sweetheart! sator KoenlK. ot I'ort Wayne, Ind, of skin disease for twenty years. I paid tho price, only ono dollar u year OAVEATS. MAOC OHLT IT THC for two anow prepared underhlsdirecUoQ bysince iKO, and I see you fading, hour by liour, the TRADE N1ARK8. out $500 to the best physicians of tho papers every week. Samplo copies will ssssssssssssWlr E8IQN PATENT! Jackson Corset Co. Sweetheart t KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. COPYRIGHTS, oto. South, and found no relief. My skin ho sent freo on application. Your rounded outlines waste away, Jackson, Mich. Address free Handbook wrlto to SolduyDrtifnrlstsatOlpcrBottlo. O for 85. For Information and nnoADWAT, New Yonic was raw and itching all the time. My The Republic, In vain I weep, In vain I pray, JIUNN A CO.. 861 St. Louis, Mo. I AF11FR wIloIlr,',not Oldest bureau for scouring patents In America. largo HUo. S 1.70, 0 Uottlos for SO. What power deaths cruel hand can stay ? merchant insisted that I should try , Krery patent taken out by us Is brought before) OR WOBr stllT Sweetheart, Sweetheart I A hacking cough is annoying and very the public br a uotlco ctren free ot chargo In tbo Mini Itlgld Corsets, nro Lightning Mood Mlxlr. 1 had taken NOTICE. FRUITGROWERS! Why, nothing but Dr. Pierco's Favor-It- o IiiiHaiI f.t t. iv tl.a.i. ......... Kt?W7AL1LLLW so many patent medicines that I had no dangerous. Why not stop it? Mr. J. Make your orders by tbo 1st of October and Prescription. It Imparts strength to They nro nnnrnvod liv a YvsuSsT B faith, but thought I would try it, nnd W. Peddicord, Shady Nook, Ky., writes; lakie BAc PRAin; eYc. , , .. wo will furnish you any kind of tho falling system, cures organic trouphysicians, endorsed by S 1Q lAreest circulation of anr sctentlflo paper In the now I can honestly say that ono bottle "I took a sovero cold somo timo ago; it m vsi wuriu, opienaiair Illustrated. No InUtlllitent .(, ill) iitun vt wp bles, and for debilitated and feeble man should ba without It. weeir. nj.uii of Lightning Wood Kllxir cured mo settled in my chest and caused mo very ommnuded by rvury lady Teari I Liu six months. Address HIUNI4 X;CO, women generally, is unuualed. It dis-SSE.A.IJC TttSXSB, Vuuusutiis, SSI Ilroadwar. New York. that lms worn tln'iu. sound and well." AH druggists sell it, much pain when coughing. I purchas" pls melancholy and nervousness, nnd and will tell you all about it. lMslMssnMssMMstsstMW1jJst,tl,,MMI 1lslWslslBiMHWsW ed n bottle of Lightning Cough Drops, CSXD F0H CIBCULAIt. 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