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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892. l l l I l I I u r. ' -- OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Keep your business and lnclilcnta)!rSkrTr nlf before the public. Don't ileprifllJW Hum to discover you, JwiiHL i i i i , ,( iSsfJtEHl u VOL. XVI. V R PR!SNE M ffi feWSR U.FRED-R CALHOUN I 1801. & havo engaged this space the purpose of keeping our busines before the pubWo know wo lic during 1892. have tho OOPYRIQHT BY AMERICAN PRES9 ASSOCIATION Ve Model Mill - Elev&for Of tho Stato, located in a fine wheat section and wo want to spread tho nows, wherever, wheat and corn are found and flour and meal are consumed so that all may have tho advantago of.our Superior Facilities In supplying thomselves with TReSkMof fcife. Wo can not toll you all about our business in this ad, but we ask you ,j to watch future issues of this paper ' or write us for further information. Irvington Milling IRVINGTON, KY. "" Co., - - - II " Geo. Yeakel & Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. . : How Can We Do We'vo been nskod that question a hundred times lately by people who bought at our tore, goodi they wore uied to paying double the money for. But don't wate wonder. We g t the goodt honestly, paid good money Tor them and they are ours to throw awny, give away or sell away under our regular prices. We choose to do the last, you owe It to yourself to come around and stock up at these unheard of It :- - prices' nnTfimj The last chano of your life to securo Over-- 1 coats at your own jrlce. 1 lot Men's overcoats w'h $1 5 00 r.d'd to $10 DO 1 1 1 1 i - . ii ii i " " ii 10 8 6 3 00 fO 00 60 " " 7 00 0 00 3 0 1 98 H - AUCTION PRICES AT Geo. Yeakel UNTIL 1 & Co.'s, TIME. 00 STOCK TAKING 12 SO lot Men's suits w'h $18 ii ii reduced to $12 I 1 1 ii ii 00 7 SO ' " " 60 00 7 50 4 08 C One lot of Ladles' One shoes worth $3 00 $2 49 Keduced to One lot of Ladles' flno shoes worth $2 60 1 98 Iteduced to 'One lot of Ladles' flno shoes worth $1 75 1 24 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' flno shoes worth $1 25 05 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' heavy shoes worth 09 $1 10 Reduced to One lot of Men's boots to olose worth $2 00 $t 00 reduced to One lot of Men's boots to'close worth 1 08 $3 00 reduced to Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth 1 50 $2 50 reduced tu Ono lot of Men's samplo boots to close worth $2 50 to $5 00 reduced to... 1 26 DrP5$ Good5 We are oQorlng something fine In Dress Goods which can not be found at any other house. They compose (he remainder of Fine Dress Goods bought early In the season and must be sold. You will never have another such a chance to get a nice Drpsa and get It cheap. They Come early If you will not not last lung. want choice. " GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. Hambleton . . House W. W. VESSELS, Proprietor and Dealer In ' Fine Wines and Whiskies, Brandies Cigars and Tobacco. IlARDINSnUKO, Ky. This hotel has been lately repaired, paporcd,paintcd, thoroughly renovated and refurnished, and is now open to tho traveling public. I solicit a share of your patronage. W. W. Vessels. "I fit ns hard ns iiny man bo long ns it seemed to be the no'th agin tho south, for I'm a southern mini thiough nml through, though I ain't never owned a nlggah, but I'll allow I've often wanted to when thoy was worth a d 1 sight tnoro'n over they'll be tight. But soon's Jeff Davis got to eonsoriptin. what did ho do? Did ho take all alllijfi rich and pore, ami say, 'Boys, you've got to light for the Confed'raoy and lick the Yanks, no matter how rich or blue blooded yer dads wax? No, sab. He says, 'A man that runs n plantation with nine hands .ain't 'bleeged to tight; lie can stay homo and raise food and fodder, but you iort vagabonds cz ain't got niggalis or plantations, you've got tOtwulk right up har to the front and let them d d Yankees shoot you.' Waal, that let mo out as it lot you boys out. It's now a ricli man's qunr'l and a pore man's fight, and by the 'tarnal I ain't goitl to resk my life tosuvo a rich man's niggahs. Wo'ro ngwino to be licked, s.iore's yer bawn, an doggono mo if it don't kinder go agin tho grain to liov tho Yanks jome out Still, none of this crowd brought on tho muss, an we wuz all fools over to'vo gong into it." This speech was received with much npplauso. The opinions, oa I well know, were rather threadbare, but thoy repio-tente- d tho views of a majority of the southern troops as early as tho summer of 1801!, when 1 had an opportunity to talk with many of thorn at Vicksbnrg. 1 shook Bell till ho woke up, and then we rose and walked out to tho fire. Our Irish brother vagrant, "Major General Nolan, of tho Swamp Rangers," with ready wit, introduced Bell as "Geu-erScott" and myself as "Captain Daniel O'Uonnell." The newcomers 1 took no note of their names shook hands with us, and wo were invited to partake of the com bread and broiled meat which tho black man was still busily cooking. Three meals in ono day, and bountiful meals at that, was much more than wo bad been accustomed to. Yet tho memory of hungry hours was with ns, and wo could havo eaten ten times a day had tho food been set before us. The general and tho commodore hnd evidently told our story to their friends, for we were not questioned much. Bell knew all about the regiments that hnd gone into the Confederate army from east Tennessee and western North Carolina, and I let him talk about them, which he did with great familiarity and well assumed pride. I remember that ho rang the changes on "a rich man's quar'l and a poro man's tight," and always with excellent effect. I imagined that those men looked relieved when my companion and myself announced our purposo to keep on till wo reached the mountains. They made no attemps to conceal their purposo in beiug here. They hud rebelled ngaiust the rebellion and thoy were living by what they euphoniously called "foraging," but which an intelligent jury would bo likely to consider btealiug. The negro was a runaway, u powerful fellow and, as wo learned, one of the most useful members of tho gang, for he not only cooked, but his skill us a forager was acknowledged to bo greater than that of all the others put together We staid in this straugo camp for three nights, during which time tho men went off foraging by turns and never came back empty handed. During our ttay tho commodore, who was tho leader of the gang, kept us supplied with a decoction of oak burk, which turned our feet to tho color of tanned calfskin and toughened them in a surprising way, so that while tho (.fleet lasted wo were uot troubled again with bruises or blisters. Tho gang beemed to bo well supplic 1 with Confederate money, and a dirtier currency than that displayed iij pulpy wada by some of the men it would bo difficult to imagine. In udditiou to this money thoy had several packs of greacy cards, the backs allowing that thoy we. j composed of tho remnants of many packs. Every night tho cards weio brought into use. Poker was tho game, tho commodore was the banker, und nails of three sizes wero used us "chips." Bell and myself were invited into tho game, and on our pleading poverty our follow vagrants generously raised a collection that netted us about $200 each without perceptibly decreasing the wads that bad been placed under contribution. I am very sure that it did uot detract from their value. 1 had never played poker bofore, but 1 understood tho rules of the game. So, not to appear odd, 1 "wont into tho gamo," und played so cautiously that in tho three nights my losses amounted to only ten dollars, a very modest sum indeed, when the smallest chip a shingle y nail represented five dollars uud a null twenty. At times there wero several pounds of nulls in the middle of tho blanket on which wo placed, and thoy represented hundreds of dollars. Intrinsically they wero worth moio than the paper they represented. Bell had a passion for poker This game, to use his own words, "jest filled him plum full of new blood of tho richest kind." Ho forgot his sufferings, forgot how and why he had como hero and whither ho wa bound, in tho oxclto-rneof tho i.lay. He plajed, us it ueemed to me, lucklessly; but he was so successful tliut tho second night he was able to return, with thanks, tho generous contribution of our entertainers and still have u snug sum left. I recall that on tho third night, when ho and tho commodore wero betting and tossing nails in ut a great ruto, some one told Bell ho was bluffing. 'Blufllngl" ho repeated with a picturesque oath. "I tell yon, neighbor, if 1 had ten kegs of nails aud was 'lowed to raiso the auto that umount, I'd chuck 'em into tho pot quleker'n you could say al ten-pennnt our feet wero "about healed." Thoy agreed with Bell that if wo wanted to striko tho mountains with least danger tho best way was to cross tho Savannah into South Carolina, "and then head plum for tho west," Tito river was about two miles boyond tho island on which wo wero encamped, but thoy had a scow on a little bayou a fow hundred yards away, and on this tho commodore volunteered to ferry us to the South Carolina shore, where he assured us wo should'flnd tho ground "a littlo drier, but not enough to brag on." When tho time camo for our departure, Bell generously offered to return all tho money lie had won, but tho men indignantly refused it, declaring that lie had "won it like a gentleman" and that it was Ids by all tho rules of honorablo gambling. Then he proposed to buy one of tho rifles with ammunition and equipments, and at once our generous fellow vagrants offered us one for nothing. To the surpriso of all I strongly protested against this transaction, saying that if wo run into a body of Confederates wo could not plead "sick leavo" or furlough if wo carried a musket. "Then," 1 added, "tho possession of a rifle will make us foolhardy, and wo will run into dangers that would be avoided without it, Forco being out of tho question, wo can succeed only with shrewdness and ennning," Tho swamp angels, and, finally, Bell, agreed that I was right, and so wo took no gnn, though ouo of tho men said, "Thar's timps when nothing else is so handy cz a gnn, though I'll allow that the man ez ain't got a gun is least apt to git into slch scrapes." Following suppor tho fouith night after onr arrival the wholo gang, euch man carrying a torch for thero was no danger of boflig seen from tho river accompanied us down to tho bayou. We shook hands with them and got into tho leaky scow, which we had to bail every minute wo wero aboard. Our plan had been discussed before starting and we had a pretty good idea of what wo had to do and tho obstacles to bo overcome. Tho commodore stood with a pole In his hand at tho stern; I held a torch at tho bow, and Bell worked il rusty tin pan amidships. The tnen waving their torches on the island in adieus, tho inky waters of the bayou, tho protruding "knees" and dtooping branches of tho "cypresses, all went to inuko up a picture of weirdness which I can never forget. As we wouud in and out, propelled along tho tortuous course by tho commodore's pole, my respect for that doughty mariner's skill increased every moment When wo neared tho river he ordered mo to throw tho torch overboard, then he substituted a paddle for tho polo. Tho boughs that had been brushing our heads were behind and wo were out on tho current of tho Savannah, about sixty miles abovo tho city of the sume name. How the commodore made his way across that black river that black night va3 no doubt well known to himself, but it must over remain a mystery to me. At length tho bow of the boat struck tho opposito bank and tho commodore, holding her in position with a polo, called out, but I noticed that thero was a subdued caution in his tones: "Jump, boys, jump! Better stay right where you are till daylight, then cut dirt Goodly!" Wo repeated "goodby" and jumped out, carrying with us bomo provisions which tho black man and tho major general had put in our bag. We listened till tho splash of tho paddlo died away, and then we sat down to wait for daylight and to discuss our novel ndventuro with tho generous swamp angels. With our backs against a tree we dozed off. I nin very sure I slept, for it seemed to mo only a very short time between tho departure of tho commodore und the coming of daylight. As soon us it was light enough to see thiough tho wo sturted northwest swampy woods, still carrying our boots, though our feet Wero now so tough that I felt wo were burdening ourselves with a useless load. Here, us on tho opposite side of tho river, tho swamp water was the color of strong coffee, uud it had an acrid taste that puckered tho lips and in tho produced an annoying throat I realized that it was like drinking in malaria, but tho heat was so intense that wo could not resist tho thirst it produced. About noon wo camo upon another decayed corduroy road, and followed it out of the swamp and into a largo flat clearing, Wo halted at a fence sunounding a cotton field, now in its reddish purple blossom stage. We know that thero wero negro quurters, if notn plantation houbo, near by, and as wo stood listening tho chorus of the cotton hoers camo to our ears: I'zo cot a brudder In do promised land, lVo tot a bruddur lu do prumisuil lnudl CHAPTER DAYS week ho "would havo won every doggono dollar them swamp angels had, and got a mortgago on their duds aud rilles besides," and I believed him. Although treating us so well, our friends did not press us to remain after iiiat if we nai staid in that game for n tub dog, ho asked angrily: ..-- G- - Row vi 1$ To throw aside that old stove and Ifackcty piece of F Good I ff DOaSD DCCCDQaacaDDQCX3CC!C2Ja lime And como to our houso and purchaso something that is durable and cheap. Our goods aro withinhof all and our prices mako it possible for overy household to bo will furnished, both in tho kitchen anlj tho parlor. Don't buy a thing until you get our prices. We aro the money savors on Furnituro, fet - RURNITURR I TJX and Farmer's Supplies. iWJ t 3 ' 3333333333333333: SPECIAlf! 1 I X WrfA t t"-- ! ""n Hm w TOBACCO, "KAZK IIE'8 DEAD." v .vruk V. OF OP riCIML IN THE PINY WOODS KOKTI1 CAROLINA,. M, 1 i ssHassKf&fisfi? r II L c Vliox ! mm VUV, 4t fT O relief "A1UKRSH ' frivM Instant nml , U nn Infalllblo Now Yorlt City. Nobody who hud ever lieard the field hands of tho south singing could mistake the voices for those of white persons. Confident that wo M'ero near friends, Bell and I hurried in tho direction of the sound: but wo did not permit our assurance tu bluut our caution. As we pushed along by thecottonfield fence, wo caught sight of tiio men and women hoeing iv tho rows that looked like long billows of bloom, und fur back of them we had a glimpse of u village of cabins, and near by a porticoed mansion that, in tho distance, looked like the ideal "southern home" as pictured in Morse's old school geography, A plantation road made our udvunee easy, and in a few minutes more wo should have been within hailing distance of the negroes, when to our great surprise und, 1 may add, alarm, a dog bounded at us from tho woods to the right and begun barking ut a furious rata Bell drew Ids knife und was ubout to rush at tho dog, though tho brute did not look to be particularly dungerous, when ho was changed from his purpose by tho 'Bleat!'" . This bold declaration intimidated tho oppearanco of a man w)th a long bonrd, to bk continued. commodore. Ho "culled" Boll and lost an unkindly eye and u shotgun. Tills held a royal ilush or gentleman beemed to bo as much surTho mountaineer All kinds of Job work dono at this prised at seeing ns as wo were at meet-in,- ? Eomo equally unusual and unconquer-abj- e him. Stepping between Bell and office. hand. Bell ufturwnri) assured mo "Who the devil are you fellows, and where did you come from?" "Wo uns is soldiers!" replied Bell. "Yes, you look like soldiers," said the man with a sneer, nnd I noticed that ho looked mo over carefully and appeared to be particularly interested in my ragged bluo jacket. "Hit ain't necessary that you uni should beliovo wo uns," said Bell, with an angry glint in his eyes. "lut mout I ask who tho devil you uns is, whur you uns como from and all tho rest about hit?" "I otn tho owner of this plantation," said the man, with u sweep of his disengaged arm about tho horizon. "And us I've been plundered by a lot of thieves who are going through tho country protending to bo sick or furloughcd soldiers, I havo tho right to find out who you are, particularly when I find you on my plantation and miles away from tho regular road." I acknowledged his right to make nny inquiries he chose, uud 1 claimed the same right to answer or not ns wo chose. 1 explained our presence by saying we had just crossed tho Savannah river and that our purpose was to reach tho Blue Ridge. "If you are furloughed soldiers," said the man, "you havo no doubt the papers to prove it." "If you can show us that you havo tho right to see our papers," I responded, 'then wo can tulk." "I am u captain of the homo guard in tho Hampton district," ho said, and ho pulled a lot of letters from his pocket and pointed to the addresses, which 1 refused to read, for our only course was to deny his authority in tho premises. The shotgun gavo him a decided advantage; but I could seo by his eyes that he would not dare to use it, except in self defense. Suddenly his manner changed, and ho said: "1, perhaps, should uot doubt tho story you gentlemen toll, but you can seo that in these times we carnot rely on tho statement of every stranger. If you will go on to my house (he pointed to tho mansion among tho trees to tho north) I shall follow within nn hour, and will do all 1 can to assist you." I thanked him promptly, said wo should bo delighted to accept his offer, then gavo our names, and asked for his. He wa3 "Captain Lawton, nt our service." Ho told us that ho was his own overseer, aud that as soon as ho had given tho hands in the cotton field instructions lie would come on to tho house. We gave him a military salute and went down tho road, while he stood looking after us, ono hand resting on tho fenco and tho other on his gun. "Whutdo you think of hit?" asked Bell, when ho had gone out of hearing. "1 think if wo go to that house it will bo walking into a trap," 1 said. This was my companion's opinion. Captain Lawton of tho home guard would como to tho houso with some of his men from the neighboring plantations, and wo should bo arrested uud forced to confess that we wore escaping Yankees, in order to avoid being tried us Confederuto deserters. Bell and 1 wore fresher and stronger than wo hud been at any timo since our escapo. Our feet wero so tough that wo preferred to carry our old boots slung over our shoulders. Wo knew that if wo did not go to tho houso that tho man whom wo had just met and his friends would soon bo searching for us, and that our only hopo luy in getting away from this plantation as soon us possible. the cotton field uud tho houso we turned sharply to tho west till wo came to a wood that extonded buck to tho swamp through which wo had como that morning, then wo broko into u doublo quick and kept on till tho Bun sank down behind tho forest wall. Just bofore dark wo struck a road leading in tho right direction, and hearing voices ahead wo concealed ourselves till a party consisting of a whito man and n number of black men passed. Wo could hear all thoy said, and learned that thero "never had been a year since do wah when do cotton was so powahful bad in do grass." Wo flturtcd on again, seeing an occasional light, yet dreading to investigate its source, and quickening our paco every timo wo heard tho barking of a dog, for wo feared that tho homo guard captain and his friends were on our truil with bloodhounds. It was not till midnight that tho strain began to bo seriously felt. Tho sky clouded over, und us wo could hear no sound of pursuit we decided to go to Bleep in tho woods through which wo would wero then moving. have dictated our resting by turns, but we wero both so tired out that wo dropped off to sleep at tho foot of a tree while wo were discussing tho propriety of standing guard? When wo woke up it was to dud day breaking and tho rain pouring down in the stoudy way that indicated a wet day. It must have been raining for hours, for our rags were bo heavy with moisture that in order to wear them with comfort we hud to wring them out The hard tramp of tho day before hud left us stiff and sore, and to udd to our discomfort, for we were very hungry, all tho food we had brought with us from the Georgia sido was cone. w2tW 03 (D r- -t f w zzzJ yS ' EICE, SODA, SHOT. JfkmwWmmmwmmmmtt ! jfr'SSSsffi imMUmA Simm c3 POWK LOADED SHEL i FLOUK : and -:- (0 I m 13 0 ovxChnrtct' OakStovo as well as when wa every Dit as well, Bia'am. JJHiIJ0U8n";1 am exJel'nR a friend to take dlnnnr with us next week, on purposo t0 .tfASZSZ 8lH!!0Win.lc.0 r5t0,T, Ma'am. There's ana I want you to havo a nlco dinner lor m. w,. 510 trouble- Co cook nlco with mat stove, 'ilia makos It so much easier than stoves I to. anil 1 liavn so mtirh tiinrn tlmn MtnnlrA nvDrviidnn ju.k iigub. other ivutk n. havo been used ..ri T...iAni. ui tuub ruiu 1 z. t.i.t ,.i.. uuat i... i,. . UUYCX haVO had lUCk Willi lirp.lrt. nnu. mi, op tiib House Why. how do j 011 explain It? Ladv Heuvant Well, I don't havo to watch ever thine so close for fear It will burn. You know a a so al" to bum on top It Is through. The Charter Oak bakes ''.a.k' ,CU5ia"' " perfectly without any danKer of burnliic, And baked roaJtfnfr a turkey, I don't havo to keep baitlni! It every five minutes. It roasts beautifullythen In brown and without doing It up like tho tlRhCovrn do. And you know how crlsntN biscuits aro without belnc hardnnd toiiKli. You always praised my biscuits, but If It waVn't foi tho wire Rauzo oven doorl know they wouldn't I o near ns nice. I hopo I'll never havo to cook anywhere again whero they haven't got a Charter Oak Stovo orZltance. llrstoUt?Ijiary?nOUSEDor0UStmUko oKiivANT 011, ME, SUGAE, irill.1J7r.J!.(1 - COFEEE, MOLASf 033333333333303: FAS tn Oa3aa,3aa3333333a33333a3a3 TO ABOLISH MIDDLERS. HENSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, ALASKA'S X1i DEJERNETTE, HARDINSBURG, OUR JANUARY , !?. - ' iv IllSAns. Is a 1'aradlss for tho lluuter of the Grlizly. To tho bear hunter tho v, ilds of Alaska At tho Fanners' Allianco convention hold at EauClaro, Wis., a resolution was offer a paradise that can bo found In no unanimously adopted favoring tho orother country on tho globo, as it is atganization of a business department, ut tested by tho yearly shipments of hides. Is now in full blast. tho head of which will be placed an Tho most clioson aro tlioso of tho black boar, which roam tho woods by hunagent who will ropresent all tho mem1 dreds, aud prlmo skins bring from $23 bers of tho Allianco in Wisconsin. PresvrB :ot, ident Butt, of tho stato Allianco, when up to as high as 100 each in tho markot. A"large "stock of interviewed, said tho farmers of this During tho excursion season tourists stato who belong to tho Allianco, when from all parts of tiio globo mako a thrivthis system Is in working order, will ing trado for Alaska merchants in tho CLOTHING, DRY GOODS havo an agent who will buy for them bear skin lino. Thoro aio fivo distinct specios of tho SHOES and sell for thorn. For instanco, as it is now, tho individual farmer buys his bear in Alaska tho black, brown or NOTIONS, GROCERIES reaper from soino local agent, who cinnamon, and a cross, which inhabit puts on about 100 per cont. profit. Tho all poitions of southeastern Alaska stato Allianco purchasing agent will and tho upper portion of tho Yukon GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS Furthor north, in tho St. reccivo tho orders of tho farmers for country. 3" reapers and reccivo tho cash with tho Elias Alps, is tho homo of a giizzly DRESS GOODS orders. Tho agent will buy tho reapers which in size, ferocity, and color much direct from tho manufacturers and savo rosomblos tho giizzlios of tho Siorra UNDERWEAR Novndas, and still furthor north, along to tho farmers tho middleman's profit. Wr-tho loner icaches of tho Yukon and the Tho transaction will bo on a strictly Going at Bottom Prices. ico fields of tho Arctic Ocean, is tho cash basis. white polar boar. As bravo and skillful This is only ono illustration. Tho stores as things aro now aro in hunting bear as the Alaska Indian is, For the next sixty days we offer special inducements buying their supplies hero and thoro ho seldom hunts tho St. Ellas grizzly, both because thoro is littlo profit In tho midwherover thoy can, usually from dlemen, who of courso must havo a hides and tho great slzo and ferocity of our trade and those who come first get the pun. profit. Tho Allianco ogont will do all tho leasts mako hunting them a most tho purchasing of this kind directly hazardous undertaking. lheir modo of killing thorn is by from largo wholesalers, and tho advantages thus gained .will operato for shooting into thorn from a heavily TO iSmu hoavy tho benefit of tho farmer. Tho Allianco charged smooth bore musket a awaitBlugof loud, copper, or iron, tlion HARDINSBURG, KY agent will ulso luindlo tho wheat and Bond it direct to Europo. Tho farmers ing thoir chargo, v lilch uovor fails tc follow tho shot, with a long, heavy, and will sell their wheat through tho agent, strongly mndo spenr, resting tho butt of nnd ho will control tho Biipply nnd put tho weapon on tho ground and planting it directly into tho best markots, to tho ouo foot firmly against It llio point o! profit and advantago of tho farmer. tho spoar rests at an angle- to pierce the "Wo don't intend to lot Pillsbury or bear in tho breast, aud the boar's own Washburn huvo a bushel of our wheat weight, whon it strikes tho spear in its 401-4- 07 unless thoy aro willing to pay for it as mad chargo, is calculated to drive the good a prico as wo shall bo able to got weapon thiough him or piorco him deep under our proposed business system. enough to cause death. As will bo road Eventually thero may bo a national busiily Been, if at this critical moment the with hunter's courage should fail him, or by ness agency, which will tho stato ngoncios." a miscalculation tho spear fallod to imTho schomo for Wisconsin is to bo pale tho charging beast, tho huntci perfected at tho stato convention of tho would bo knocked senseless and immeAllianco in March. diately toin into shreds. This modo oi From I to 500 horsepower. boar hunting may havo its advantages, Tito Million Voters. but only tho Alaska Indian has tho courDO GENERAL This is an ago of combination. Tho age to try tho expoilment. railways, tho insuranco intorests, tho Kvery Man III Own Oruv Dlccnr. bankers and all tho trades of tho Unitod General Winfiold Scott had no feelingt States aro now working in combination for tho rcspoctivo good of tho classes to of compassion for dissipated moil and V had his own idoas as to tho propoi Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, which thoy liolong. Agricultural condiOno of hit roiuody for iutoniporanco, tions havo changed and tho fanner finds Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. military oidors, givon whon ho was in that his clous must combino in order to command at Rock Island, in 1833, which Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, aecuro its rights. You may bo Burprisod Iowa State discovered at tho slzo of tho Allianco. Wo havo has been tlnous somein tho on Ids peculSteam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, light about 8,000,000 mombcrs und 1 judgo wo library, subject. Tho oidci iar notions on Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangors, Brass Goods, havo at least 2,000,000 voters. 1 had a Is copiod in full thistho in curiont numboi Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Oils, talk with tho head of tho Colored AlliMogazlno of American History anco of tho Unitod States tho otlior day. of tho And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. rolatos to tho appearanco of cholera Ho is a whito man, but ho tolls mo thoro and among tho soldiers at Rock Islnud aud Alaro 1,500,000 members of tho Colored and all husinoss guaranteed to bo satisfactory. to tho sanitary moasuics to bo pursued. 4 liance Thcso men aro in tho south aud Various precautions in tho way of cIoju Correspondence solicited. thoy will voto with us. 1 havo travolod linoss, tho use of (lannol clothing, otc, over a largo part of tho south within tho aro locommondod on tho authority oi 5P .A. OA.XjXj. past fow weeks and 1 can toll you that tho physicians, but, tho ordor coutinuos ; tho Allianco is growing very largoly "Thocommandlnggenoral, who has Been thero. Jerry Simpson in an Intorviow. . wUtwM II1R n.ur vnu . i much of tho disease, knows that it is in navciuuit tomporauco which, in tho piosont state Key to the Situation. of tho atmosphoro, generates and Whon farmers aro prosporous all aro sproads tho calamity, and that, whou LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, prosperous. When tho farmors como onco sproad, good and tomporato moc empty handed from tho field all induslit aro llkoly to toko tho iufoctloa NOTHING TASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? tries aro depressed und capital makes no therefore imperatively commands thai return on invessmont and hard times lio overy soldior or ranger who shall be If Bohuy a 50 cent bottlo of LEMON OIJILL around tho homo of labor. An industry TONIO nnd boo what a chango it will make. found drunk or sensibly lutoxlcntu! so important to all should bo protected This Tonio Is not only tho Surest Itemody for after tho publication of tills older U Chills, hut as a Blood Purifior and Appotlser is ill and promoted. Wo cannot oxpect busicompellod as soon as his strength uncqunled. Pleasant as lemonado. Children ness aud professional men to dovoto pormlt, to dig a giavo at a suitabli cry iort. much timo or labor to this work, it is burying place largo enough for his owe nnd must bo tho especial work of tho recoptlon, as such a gravo can not fat' i farmer. Wo must organize. Wo shall soon to bo wanted for tho drunkon mar bo ablo to accomplish everything that is himsolf or somo drunkon companion. A. R. desirable and just, and wo ask for nothTills order is givon as woll to sorve foi F,Y, ing olso. Wo soek uot to intorfero with tho punlshmont of drunkenness as tc legitimate businoss(but to correct somo gpnro good and temperate mon tho luboi YtmrfMifrli Tri ritual Tntlruetlnn. f2raittftj of digging graves for their acknowledged abuses. Wo uro u coniHllBKl listed to positions. Catalogue fret WHUtiT comuanioiiB. " servative body und advocato no doubtful policy. Wo favor political reforms, but COUJtt, JBKAKI & STEATTOH aro not ruled by any party, J. II, Brig-halluy tho Monarch shirt. LOUISVILLE, KY. T.nnd YIscoiihIii I'll nn era Will Innueurute In Iluylng ami Soiling. CLEARING SAL :- :- :- WITT MEADOR, HARRY GUENTHER & BRO.. East Main St., ElfcTGKEIfcTIES: MACHINE FOUNDRY AND BUSINESS. j - GIYB TJS w rvyi g&& THim ITE! mru rm IHjst a even uui For Sale by ilc uuintnicbui oloverport; FISHEB, ilsll tTlf4 MM i"te.ftSk. .I:ith.ttlll j Wfc'iy'wW1 ! w. .., 'wk w raiwi,w'i'M!ta''"j.1r ".- - jy.v-- " - ni i 1 'if HjPWWhBBHHBHIBBBBB Breckenridge INOD.4 V.IRGtL News. 24, 1892. WATER W0RK8 FOR CLOVER-POR- T. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0. 11 AI1I1AOK, Editors and Master Mechanic Ferry's Views. co.vct.UDim. Proorlctors. , &v I.., St. Ij. AcT. Local Time Onrtl. 10.0 a.m. Tud Express going Bait 10.41 a.m. ' Wit 5.57 p.m. " Eait IMHI y,4o p,u. nest -- ?csixreigai .. Gov..JHogg feiW'SCfeslon tan n.x 11 . " 1V.UB &1U. has issued n call for a of tho Texas Legislature. rNcw York "World concedes that Clovcland nor Hill can bo noml- ed on account of tho factious fight in lint Slate. ITcr f(6oL. of tho tssftmino Jouroal,and onoof tho leading ewsrrffpcr men of tho State died at Win' ficstcr,'Ky., lost week. II. M. McCarty, Editor fTitK Kentucky Legislature was polled days ago, and tho Sennto was solid for Cleveland. Tho Houso Btood Clove-lan- d 38, Hill 12, Carlislo 13, Gorman 1. t fe.w Che Louisvillo Tost looks very hand , dress. Tho Tost le in its bright-noan excellent and reliable newspaper and tho man at its helm knows his bust- is - iJ?e- A rvsgiuuuii wua imiuuureu in mu duso at Frankfort last week, providing ggir quadrennial assessments of real csmio in mo suite miner man annum us Ir Wsdments as at present. Tuk Now York Herald still insists on "Wattcrson for Fresident and Hill, This is a of 2Xo w York for ticket with which tho Herald thinks tho Democrats could win. Ilenry Vice-Frcside- John G. Carlislo would mako a manly President, and ho "would look tucky and tho most .anything as for Henry Wattcrson, after tho interests of Ken South and givo tho boys they called for. Tub suit to test tho validity of tho now Constitution, has been decided by tho CoBrt.tjf Appeals. Tho decision of tho (riirtu that tho instrument is valid, and th&fntlonicnal law of tho State. i Tmnin is a big row among tho Itcpub- Some of. them im in Pennsylvania. Ja.ro sent out their protest against tho of Mat Quay, as United States But it will do fgpnator from that State. rib good. Quay is rich and his money jvill him. ct I Tt Clinrlnv Tllnnford wants to no to the .. . ... ..' .Minneapolis convention- - as a uciegaio from this end of the District, he is likely Lto havo easy sailing. He stands high kmonc tho Kepublicans liero and we dbt whether there is anotlicr man in nKrty that could defeat him. -- .' ,.. tho Jt is thought by somo thatwith Hepub- ' ileans tho Al county will go in this liance this year and endeavor to defeat tho Democrats. Hut tho Jews predicts Ktliat tho Kepublicans will do no such ihin. This is a Presidential year and tho Republicans will take their ticket straight, from "cend to cend." Gov. John Young Brown received a check for SGOG.OPO from Washington Sun-- ( day morning. It is refunded direct taxes that wero collected off Kentucky during tho war. Tho money will go into tho general expense fund, and wo will pay tho school fund six per cent, interest, per annum, for tho uso of it. Political parties in Louisiana aro Recently tho getting mightily mixed. fight has resolved itself into a local question, and good men of all parties seem to havo waged an interminable war against tho Louisiana State Lottery Company. Tho President of the company has refused to lcavo tho State, and serious trouble is apprehended. Tunitn aro in tho United States thirty-fiv- o cordage nnd binding twine factories, In 1890 they nil controlled by a trust. produced, and there was consumed by Tho tho peoplo 60,000 tons of twine. farmers of tho United States paid a bonus of 700,000 to the manufacturers, on this article alone, not ono cent of which went into tho Treasury, but into the pockets So of the members of tho corporation. tho farmer pays tho tax. RKi'nnsnxTATivE Dickorson struck tho key noto of the situation in Congress tho other day when ho moved to havo tho pension laws thoroughly rovised. Said ho " tho peoplo hnvo been told that tho pension appropriation had reached tho limit, and that next year tho appropriations would begin to decline. Rut instead of decreasing, tho pension appropriations havo steadily increased, until now they havo reached tho fabulous sum of 150,000,000. And in order to pay theso pensions tho farmers, and tho working men of tho country aro taxed almost to death on tho necessaries of life." This is a startling fact and an evil tho Democratic party has sought to remedy at tho polls by putting her Representatives in Tho farmers, control of public affairs. many of thcrn aro slow to grasp tho idea, but tho tariff is tho greatest burden thoy havo to carry in theso times. A LAitan and appreciative nudlenco was out Sunday night to hear Rov. Bran- don and enjoyed his sermon nnd tho excellent music furnished by his choir. Miss Ida White, tho leader, is to bo congratulated, and tho thanks of tho church and n grateful public aro duo hor for her earnest and faithful work in bringing tho music of this church up to so high a standard. last week in his special car "Katio" and laid over hero n day, looking after his manufacturing and other interests in J. K. McCracken camo down ono day tWitfty. I think all will bo ablo to sco from this tho lmportanco of filtration, if river water is to bo used. I also hopo that it will havo such an effect as to cause our peoplo to examine moro closely tho condition of tho water thoy aro now using. Having now shown that water may bo taken from tho river and successfully purified, also, that it may bo found in nbundanco in tho gravel beds west of town, tho noxt thing to bo considered is tho manner of obtaining it. If water was to bo taken from tho river it would bo necessary to sink a caisson to a depth that tho pumps would be in drafting distance of tho watcrwhenjthoy wero placed in the bottom of tho caisson. Tho caisson would havo to bo water tight so that when tho river was high it could not flow in and flood tho pumps. Of courrc tho suction pipe would havo to bo laid in a tunnel or conduit from tho bottom of tho caisson to the river and the end of tho pipo in tho river protected by a crib. This would permit of using tho most economical kind of pumps. Arrangements of this kind nro used by somo of our largo cities, whero tliero is such a difference between high and low water as exists at this point. It is, however, qulto expensive. Tliero aro other methods that might bo adopted, but they aro too uncertain to be worthy of any serious consideration. I will now consider tho possibility of taking it from tho gravel beds west of town by using tho Cook "Well Systom, which I believo to bo the best adapted to our city. Tho Cook Well consists of a heavy wrought iron tubing, having a smooth inside surface, and is screwed together in sections making ono continuous cylinder from top to bottom. This tubo is sunk into the ground until water is reached, when ono of Cook's Patent Strainers is put into tho water strata. Tho upper end of tho strainer is packed by having a soft metal at tho upper end, into which tho working barrel is driven. The check valvo is located in tho bottom of tho working barrel, and tho plunger is attached to the pump rods that extend to tho surfaco and are connected with a deep well pumping engine, which operates plunger in tho working barrel. It will bo seen from this description that this pump is well adapted to raiso water whero it does not come within drafting distance of tho surface. Although thoy are only single acting pumps, by an ingenious arrangement they aro made to throw a continious stream of water, and work without a jar. One of these pumps is now in use nt tho Machino Shops and can be seen at work at any timo during tho day. I am well aware that there are pumping engines that will raiso a greater quantity of water per lb. of coal consumed than these will, but to uso any other than a deep or artesian well pump would bo very expensive. Oiic of Cook's eight inch wells with tho pumping engines running at twenty strokes per minute inches,) will (the stroke being thirty-si- x raiso from any required depth and force to any height 107,210 gallons water per day. Two of the pumps would givo an excellent fire pressure. One, howeven would supply all tho water needed for our town for sometimo to come, but two pumps would bo necessary, as we must always provide for making repairs. As to tho amount of water which would bo used per capita for Clovcrport, tho following statement as to tho waste and consumption of water in towns and cities is about as follows : I'lacca of 10,000 Population w gal. per c.ipita " " " " " top 40.50 " " " " " " jofjoo 45.65 " " " " " " 55.75 50,000 " " " " 60.100 " 75,000 is a very pcrccptiblo monthly, Tliero weekly, daily and hourly variation in the The maximum draught consumption. at times, aside from fire servico is more than doublo tho nveragc. This shows that tho maximum amount that would bo used by our town, aside from (ire would bo about gallons per day, tho avcrago 70,000. An eight inch Cook pump will furnish 200,000 gallons per day. if desired, hence, ono pump would be sull'icient nt all times, The except during a conflagration. mains nnd hydrants should bo placed so as to givo firo protection to tho most valuablo property. If a pumping station were to be located west of town, my idea would bo to start from tliero and run cast to Chestnut street, then south on Chestnut to tho Ilnwesvillo road nnd from tliero east to Clinton, then north to the railroad, then cast on that street to Elm, north on Elm to Wall, then east on Wall to Solbrig's corner, then south to the Railroad, from tliero west to Third street, then north on Third to Wall. Tho pipe on Third should intersect tho ono on Wall street. Wo will now go back to the corner of Elm nnd Wall street, join to tho pipo tliero and lay west in AVnll street to Chestnut, then south on Chestnut and join pipo nt placo of starting. This will givo a lino of pipo without end, which is always to bo desired, as there is not so much danger of pipes bursting when a large flow of water is suddenly checked. To afford tho people of tho hill a water supply, it would bo necessary to place a tank or stand pipo near tho school building. I would bo in favor of using a tank as it is much cheaper and answers tho samo purpose qulto as well. A tank holding 50,000 gallons of water and fifty feet high would bo sufficient, I don't know the height of tho hill, but I think I am safe in saying, that a tank fifty feet high on tho hill would givo a water pressure at Wall street of about seventy pounds per square inch. This would meet all demands for firo servico. Tho tank should bo connected to tho main that is laid in tho street that tho railroad runs through. I have endeavored to show from my stand point, what I consider tho advantages and disadvantages of taking water from either tho river or gravel beds. To mo everything seems to bo In favor of tho gravel beds, west of s, town, nnd as property well suited for a pumping station is soon to bo disposed of nt nn administrator's Bale, tho oppor tunity should bo taken advantage of. water works will As to whether pay or not, there can bo no doubt, if good business methods aro adopted in their construction nnd management. Our peoplo nro so conversant with tho advantages to bo derived from water works, it is barely worth whilo for mo to enumerate them. That theso works should bo constructed, I think nil nro agreed. Wo cannot hopo to get any o manufactories hero unless wo can them with water for steam purposes, also firo protection. If viewed as n sanitary measurer, thoy should bo built at onco ; for I don't boliovo that there is n family in town who nro using water that could in any wiso bo considered pure. This statement may bo doubted by some, especialy by thoso who havo un bounded confidence in tho purify of cistern water. That cisterns may afford n wholesome supply of water, I am free to admit, if certain conditions nro complied with; butthnt such conditions nro neglected wholly or in part I am qulto sure. Should our City Council or nny of our citizens take an interest in tho erection of water works, I may bo depended on to givo such assistance to tho enterpriso as my other duties will permit. I regret that my timo is so occupied that I have only been nble to touch upon tho more important question concerning this subject. Wntcr works such as described could bo built in a most substantial manner at cost not to exceed $20,000 ; but if for only present use, it could bo done for less than S 15,000. Theso amounts seem so small in comparison with tho benefits that would accrue to our peoplo that I think they should bo built at once. F. J. Fkimiv, pro-vid- HARD1HSDURG DEPARTMENT. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOINQ WIST. "ffay Back in p.m. tk Flftief t Fftitenger Dally nrr. IUrdlnsburg12:42 001.10 KA8T. Passenger Dally arr. HarJIniburg- - 7i50 a. in We were selling Ladies Fine Shoes Our Shoes are about Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury, ns mercury will surely destroy tho senso of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering it through tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions front reputable physicians, as tho damage they will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derivo from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0 contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and inndo in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. CSTSold by Druggists, 75c. per bottle. GUSTON. Miss Alice Iladdox, Louisville, is visiting Mr. George Richardson's family. Mr. AVm. Baskett, Jr., of Sandy Hill, has joined our populace and is clerking for our popular merchant, R. 11. Legrand Miss Georgo C. Moremen, Brandenburg, inndo her sister, Mrs. C. II. Drury, of near Rowley villc, nn extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. AV. R. Toomoy, Louisville, returned homo this week, nftcr a short visit to Mrs. Toomoy's sister, Mrs. If. B. Livers. Mr. '.. T. Stith, of near Bewleyville, has moved to Louisville, whero ho intends making his future home. Here's luck to you Zack. Our Presbyterian church under the management of Mr. J. M. Osborne, our clever builder nnd contractor, is rapidly neaiing completion and in a few days will be ready for services. Mrs. Hascal Parrot and Miss Bettie Cain, of Sumpter, S. C, nro on n visit to their mother, Mrs. Ilenry Cain, who has been very ill for some time. Jim. Bramblett, says "bad luck" to tho next man that drops a hatchet frvm tho second story of a building on his head. Jim had two dropped on his head in one week. Charley Beard, who manipulates the needle in F. 31. Osborne's harness department, Hy3 ho will "set 'em up" to tho mnn that can finish off a nicer riding bridle than he can when hasn't got the "grippe." Charley is a good one. Oil tho 17th, inst. Mrs. Mary Munford gave n big dinner in honor of Messrs. Pnrrish and Adams, Baptist Theologucs, Louisville. Among those who partook of their hospitality wero Mr. and Mrs. John AVimp, Mrs. Ilnygood.of Irvington, Mr. Georgo Brown, Pittsburg, nnd Mr. Harry Bell and Miss Eva Carrigan, Gus-ton. Fresh bread twico n week at Hardin & Brown's. Miss Tidn Mercer lias returned from Louisville. Fresh beef nnd pork nt Hardin & Brown's. Mrs. Jano Brooks lias returned from Stcphcnsport. Country produco wanted at Hardin & Brown's. Go to Hardin & Brown's for family groceries. Mr. Felix Monroe's family moved to Glendenne last week. Miss Mnggio Shumato went to the Falls of Rough last Saturday. Mrs. Tom Morris, of Irvington, camo dow n Saturday to visit her mother. Miss Mary Allen, of Louisville, was hero last week to sco hor father, Col. Alf. Allen. Miss Latitia McClarty, of Owcnsboro, arrived hero last Saturday to visit Mrs. Daniel. There wero a couple of gentlemen hero last week from AVnyne county to look at our jail. Mrs. II. O. Phelps, of Louisville, is in tho city visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Beeler. Cigars and tobacco, and a full lino of groceries, going nt bottom prices nt Hardin & Brown's. Col. Alf Allen, whoso conditon was thought critical u few days ago was much improved last Monday. Tho members of tho Fish nnd Gamo Club, contemplate building a largo fishpond somo whero near town. Mrs. Hnttie Grinnell, of Brandenburg, was in tho city last Saturday and Sunday, the guest of Mrs. A G. Babbage. Mr. and Mrs. AVill Moorman camo up from Glendcano Monday to attend tho Crystal Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Beeler. Mr. Joe David Allen, of Chicago and Mr. Clint McClarty, of Louisville, wero in town last Friday, to see Col. Alf Allen. Ed. Guthrie did not keep his position as drug clerk ifl Rockport, but Ed. is an accommodating young gentleman and very deserving. Mr. Richard Shellman's saw mill, located near this place, burned one night last week, together with a big lot of lumber. Loss about $300. Clayton Beaid, Chairman of tho Republican County Committee has called district meetings for tho 12th of March, to select delegates to tho Convention nt Elizabcthtown. Mattingly & Russell hnvo sued D. & Co. and J. M. Robinson & Co., of LouiBville, for damages in tho Circuit Court for attaching and closing them up last fall out at Ilarned's station. The remains of Mrs. Georgo Bowman wero brought hero from St. Louis last week nnd interred in tho Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Bowman was a daughter of Dr. Richard AVathen. Tho following marriage licenso wero issued last month: AVm. Tichner to Mary A. Stilwcll, James II. Mills to Mary Norton, Joseph E. Burch to Moggio Stiff, Thomas X. Elder to Martha M. Elder, Ira II. Roberts to Flora Dowcll, Richard W. Owen to Ella B. Owen, Patrick Sher-ro- n to Nancy Cox, Burrel Priest to Francis Smith. Tho young peoplo of our town spent a very delightful ovening nt tho rcsidonco of Judge Adkisson last week. Games and music were indulged in until a very late hour, and all declared it to bo tho most brilliant affair of the season. Tho Judge's two accomplished daughters, Misses Ma'tio and Ola. entertained in their usual hospitable manner. Those present wero : Misses Mary Snend, Eva Ilensley, Daisy Mercer, Ireno Board, Mattic Heston, Cnrrio Buzby, Emma May l, and Messrs. Frank Board, Godfrey Titos'. Downier, John Haswell, Jr., Ebtcll Sutton, Hubert Beard, Allen Stith and Jcsso AVhitworth. Alt-shel- er Has-wel- Now That We Are in the Nineties NINETY TIMES BETTER Than thoy wore in tho Fifties. Vest's Fine Shoes Exemplify tho m slM-- - Mi Evolution of Forty Years Ladies' Fino Shoes in Welts nnd Turns hoth Hand nnd year, also McKay Sowed in every desirable stylo. Good- Where Did You Get That Hat?. "Where did you get that hat ?" will not be used as a term of ridicule, but rather as an expression of admiration and respectful curiosity if you buy your headgear of Quality High. City Bakery and Confectionery. suit your individual taste You will find constantly a full stock of VEST CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. Prices Low. Fresh Bread, Rolls Also a full lino of Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, You may follow the prevailing mode or for a very slight outlay. They have everything in stock the latest shapes, in all conceivable sizes at the A full line of Ladies' lowest possible prices Men s and Children's s 4 I H" fS TT" CS 3 s I and an excel- lent assortment of Fresh and Puro Candies. Everything fresh and clean. Wo solicit your orders for cakes and confections for Bpecial'occasions which wo aro prepared to fill on short notice. SMART & CO, CLOVERPORT, KY. WEST VIEW SCHOOL WRST LOCATED AT CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Oor. Wall and Poplar Sts. VIEXW, KY. POU YOUNG MEN and WOMEN, Who expect to becomo teachers, and nil others who desire to attend a good school during the Spring months. Tho new houso now ready, seated with chairs and desks, everything new and complete. THREE GRADES: Primary, Elementary and Intermediate or Teacher's CLOVERPORT, KY. Sunday ovening, hurrah for Albert, tho rain doscn't keep him nt home. Misses Amelia Ashcraft and Lucio Young called on Miss Alice Iladdox Wednesday evening, nnd report n nice time. Mr. AVill Basket, formerly of this neighborhood, has left us and is now clerking nt Guston, wo aro sorry to lopo him from our midst. Mr. Bob Simmons, who has been visiting his relatives and friends for somo time, has returned to his homo in Oklahoma, Indian Territory. Mr. Jesso Horndon attended tho Aid society at Brandenburg Saturday night. From his frequent trips hero of late, tliero seems to bo considerable attraction tliero for him. Tho party given at Mr. Davis Young's, in honor of their son, Taylor, of Cumberland, Wis., was an enjoyablo affair. Misses Bettio and Lucio nro very and both justly merit n special compliment. Mr. Will Ashcraft, who has been confined to his bed several days, is convalescent, ho and his brother expect to attend school at Lebanon, O., ns soon ns ho entirely recovers. Miss Alice Iladdox, of Louisvile, is visiting hor mint, Mrs. Geo. D. IUchordson. Miss Hnddox is a charming young lady, socially, sho is affable, kind nnd winning in manners, and giving tho pleasantest impression to strangers, which grows on acquaintance. Mr. Freston Kennedy nnd Miss Annio Hendrick were united in marriago at tho residenco of tho bride's father, Mr. Garland Hendrick, Tuesday evening, nt 5 o'clock, tho ceremony was performed by IJov. Dan Shacklett, of Buck Grove. Tho bride, whom all declared to be the fairest that over tho sun shono on, was dressed in a simple but elegant gray broadcloth, tho groom in full dress was at his best. Miss Annie Is n young lndy of strong diameter, lofty purposes, her gentleness and queenly dignity havo gained for her universal honor nnd lovo, and sho is in every wny fitted to grace tho homo nnd bo the companion ot an aminblo husband. May God's richest blessings attend this union, is tho wisli of their mnny friends. entor-taining, ftuA Course. Spring term begins February 22d, 1892. . Tuition Fees very low, Board $1.50 per week. Especial attention given to tho preparation of '.6 Teachers lor passing tho btato Hoard examinations. TEXT BOOKS The Eclectic series will bo used. For further information address tho Principal CHINTZ ROYALTY. .- - CLOVERPORT CIGAR CO. SAVE CASH ON GROCERIES THIS WEEK. 10c. 17 Manufacturers of Domestic and Havana Filler ? CoiTee Arbuckles and IX at Green cofleo nt Canned tomatoes 3 1b. nt CVS tf5XCS , to 20c. Sc. Gc Canned beans Blackberries Ficklcs Baker & Co's., coco Best patent flour California hams Best smoked hams Other goods in proportion. 6c. A Specialty TTpnrv Dlnv made of the, following Brands: Sctdoz. can. 05c. sack. 7c. lb. 'Joe. 10c. " Free Delivery. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beeler celebrated AVedding, at their residence in this city last Monday ovening from 5 to 10 o'clock. Tho occasion was ono of tho delightful social events of tho season, Mr. and Mrs. Beeler having spared no pains to mako it so. In to a largo number of invitations sont out a week ago, tliero was quite a Mr. Preston Kennedy and Mibs Annie largo number of persons present, both old Hendrick wero united in tho holy bonds nnd young. A very elegant suppor was of matrimony Tuesday afternoon nt 3:30 served and tho evening was otherwise o'clock. The bndo is ono of our most most enjoyable spent. Mr. nnd Mrs. popular young ladies and adds a brilliant Deoler wero the recipients of many comphysiwell informed mind to her many pliments and congratulations from their cal attractions. Tiioro wero many friend and nltogether tho occasion was present who predict a bright futuro for friends, A largo most agreeably for everybody. theso young peoplo. number of presents wero received, somo Misses Bettio nnd Lucy Young enter- of them being very elegant nnd costly. tained labt week in honor of their brother, Taylor, of Cumberland, AVis. There SANDY HILL. was a very largo attendance and everywas loud In their praiso of tho body young ladies, who acquitted themselves "Wedding bells seem to bo all tho go at About 0 present. so creditably as hostesses. o'clock supper was served, after which Mr. Hcniy Shacklett, of Oak Grovo, tho fair dames and gallant beaux enjoy- was in our midst Sunday. ed a public "courtship." Miss Lucio Young 'spent Thursday their Crystal Our Factory a located at Cloverport, Ky,, whero wo have tho best of shipping facilities and Natural Gas to dry our tobacco. Wo purchase nothing but tho best Is tho mnn that will save you money. quality of tobacco and pay cash for wlint wo buy. Our Havana is of very fino quality, possessing fino flavor and good burning qualities. Our Henry Clay and Little Sandy Cigars aro thorough-bre- d nnd nro guaranteed clear Havana filler. Our "World Cigar is filled with Little Dutch and Old Yarn, tho best combina- $14,400 IN GOLD COIN f Iriti (rtf n flllnt" nvni fmAH (& VIIU tW IIIU ctnlr!tir tSW HUH IUI i .(. 4l.UVMkVII fr 4lm 0IIIUnill(j mililtn n1 4lm fjV'"-'ltItilUi it4lt JllllIIL. To nn Given Away Absolutely. which has been received and tho numerous attempts which have been mado to it Any ono for only $2.00 can tocuro both tho Ilreckonrldgo Newj and tho Louljvlllo, Ky., imitato our brand, warrant us In saying that it is tho best nickel cigar on tho F. N. D'HUY " 16 OO In lots of One Thousand or more a very liberal discount al lowed from above prices. r Little Dandy The World The Breckenridge Quick Sale and Small Profit ...... .... j Price $60 35 OO OO 3 33 OO 30 OO JMo JLottery 1 l 11 . J ,i JW for one year with the opportunity of making estimates for tho Courier-Journal's unprecedented offers of ono prlio of $10,000 In Gold Coin, and 44 prizes of $100 each in Gold Coin. Sample copy of tho Courier-Journl, Weekly containing full particulars, can be seen at this office. Or on application to Courier-JournCompany, Louisville, Ky., a copy will be furnished to any address free of charge Send your subscription to this oOlce, Jno. I). DabliRe Courier-Journa- Weekly itinlnf Our Breckenridge Cigar is also a great favorite, boing filled with Old Yara'ttR. nnd Pennsylvania filler. Our Quick Sale Cigar is filled with the scraps from tho other cigars and wrapped in a neat wrapper, smokes better than most nicklo cigam From our friends and neighbors o ask for tho encouragement duo to homo"; enterpriso. Cloverport Cigar Co Two Farms for Sale Containing 3.10 and 220 acres respeotiTcly. For information call on or address T. D. HENDERSON, Webiter, Ky. LAND Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE GOME AND sisisV1 "2r!MErtk III FOR SALE. ono-ba- lf Bankrupt You will find everything you want to cat: STORE This farm ties In Ilreckenridge county, on the bead waters of Long Lick and mile from the L. II. 3c W. raiload, und is well improved. Will soil as a whole or divide in tracts to suit purchasers. For further information address W. W. LEWIS, vim Owcnsboro. Ky. SEE NOTICE. beg to announce to the publio that I am appointed Hole Agent for Deavin llawkin's famous Drunk of Hand Made Sour Mash Hour-bo- n Whisky, or LeltchGeld, Ky., which is guuranteed to be pure. W.L.I1EAVIN, Sole Agent. January SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, with her cousin, Amelia Ashcraft. NOTICE. CANNED GOODS, Mrs. Lizzie Ashcraft and hor daughter CIGARS, Mr. K. II. Mnrcilliatt having resigned went to Irvington shopping Thursday. TOBACCO, his connections with this Company, wo Misses Lou Ella and Cora Cowley atFIGS, beg to advise that wo shall contiuuo in tended tho Kennedy and Hendrick RAISINS, ETC. the stave business in this section. nuptial. In fnct everything in the Cincinnati Coopkiiaoe Company, Miss Clara Anderson, of Guston, spent 1, 18U2. I BABBAGES Now lino t of Clovorport, Ky.' GLASSWARE NOVELTIES. We Save You Money.! WHISKEY The I. W. Ilarpor Is the finest whiskey on earth. Used In moderation. It is a sure epecl-fi- o for Indigestion, for general debility, for Insomnia, for mental depression. It is as fragrant as ripe fruit and if used In modoration it lengthens lifo, adds to our joys and drives dull care away. The I. W. Harper whiskey Is absolutely pure. It Is proscribed by the ablest physicians of this country, and by degrees It Is winreputation. ning a MIKE rOI'IIAM, SoloAg't. CloverportjKy. world-wid- several days of last wcok with hor aunt, Grocery&Confectionery Line Mrs. Nannio Ashcraft. Phil. Gregory, Louisvillo nnd HenderMr. Lon llichardson, nnd Peto Thankful for past favors. Reson wharf master at Louisville, and wifo of Urandenburg, attended tho supspectfully solicit you to call, we nro visiting relatives in this city. por nt Mr. Davis Young's. take great pleasure in waiting-upoyou. Miss Mattlo Willett and Ilrothers, of I.ADIRS A'cedlag a tonic, or clilldrm uho wnut build- - Iluck Grovo, spent last Sunday with hor H. liil? up, 1I1011I4 into cousin, Miss Cora Ashcraft. nilOWN'H IKON liriTKHK. It U plc&wut; cures Malaria, ImllKCstlnn, Manager. Mr. Albert Ashcraft was near Gnston, UUiouaMta, Lircr Complaints and Neuralgia. Fon-tnino, Ilawesvlllo, Ky. n J. Moorman, k A Chris Alii was in town Saturday. J. W. Vest went to Louisvillo MonTOBINSPORT, IND. Henry Winter. Joliu M. Borntraogor Fresh bread, cakes and confections nt day. Wm J. Winter. Somo sickness yet. Seifried's. Will Bowmer went to Louisvillo last Rain and plenty of mud. Clmrlio Riedel, Sr., Holt, was in tlio week. Office in Dr. White1 old ttand vp ttairs, Mrs. Andy Leaf had n sale last Saturcity Saturday. Misses Amelia and Sue Sawyer are in OLOVERPORT. KY. day. Dried beef for broiling, nico and ten- Louisville. Mr. Whitehead is teaching n Bering Gcorgo Gilbert, Stophcnsport, was In der at Seifried's. S. S. school hero. L. L. llemdon, Louisville, was in tho the city Friday. & M. Frank Is nursing n cut foot, caused Mrs. Virginia Smith, Holt, was in the city lost Thursday. from nn nx. 1 Next door to Breckcnridgo Mrs. Galen W. Barbeo died lost city shopping Saturday. Omen j Bank. Cloverport, Ky. Born to tho wifo of Bert Wells, Febru.Mrs. Robt. E. Moorman was quite sick Thursday morning. ary 12, '92, n girl. -Money in your pocket to read D'Huy's last week, but is better now. "Wo find ourselves overstocked on odd Pantaloons nnd don' t Mr. Mort Groves has closed his school Capt. Alex. Boyd nnd C. W. Moormnn advertisement this week. at Frank's school house. want to carry them over till next season. Parties in need of a Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hardin wero intho went to Louisvillo yesterdny. Col. Carter, of Indianapolis, delivered cily Saturday shopping. Smith Waggoner, county, camo in Satpair of Trousers with which to fill out tho season OANNELTON, IND. two lectures hero last week. urday with a load of tobacco. Win. II. Hawkins, county, was in tho Suits insula to order in tlio best style. Mr. Ed Hicks, of Clifton City, camo in Miss Jennio Patterson, is reported to Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. city trading Saturday. to see his best girl "lust Sunday. Miss Ray Dyer, this city, was visiting lie qulto sick with la grippe. M. Frank sold his wheat to Oelzo it Miss Tin ins, of Holt, Sunday. Len Cashman, our well known assessBro., Cloverport, and has shipped it. or, was In tho city Thursday. Miss Sterling, of Greenville, Mi&s., is ov Gcorgo Polk, our gcnlnl Trustee, alvisiting Mrs. Watkins, this city. Mib8 Emma D. English, Stcphensport, with pleasure to wait on them, though wo mako no money on the ways wears a smile on his faco now. Niblaek, of Rochport, tho "Wliito went to Brandenburg Sandny. sale. Tho balnnco of our stock of superior Clothing, consisting Mr. Wnldo Simons is suffering n Lily" man was in tho city Friday. Mr. G. A. Pato, of yWiitcsvillc, was of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits nnd Overcoats, must go on and is ngain confined to his room. here visiting relatives last week. Mrs. A. E. Lavely, Louisville, was vistho samo schedule. Wo need counter room to accommodato our Miss Mattio Allen has been on tho iting Mrs. F. II. Sawyer lust week. Thomas Hall and Lyman Squires, RayCapital Stock $25,000. new Spring stock, which wo aro now manufacturing. sick list for tho past week. II. W. Conrad, Leavenworth, Ind., is mond, wero in tho city yesterday. Mr. Mooro was hero last weok taking visiting his son, S. P. Conrad, this city. To tho wifo of Phllo D. Hawkins, Feb-2D. F. BEARD, President. a boy. Another Gcorgo Washington. subscribers for a Univcrsnlist paper. Mr. Forest Wilkerson, Louisville, WILL MILLKll, J. II. Blackburn, of Hnwesville, agent came down Saturday to visit his mother. Woodford, of hardware notoriety, was M. II. BEAnD, Cashier. L. L. Smith, of Owensboro, was visit- in tho city Friday looking up customers. for the Singer Sewing Mnchino was hero ) ing his old homo and friends hero last 0. W. BEAUD Gen. A, J. Gross and wllo wero guests last week. -- Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDOE J. D. Cockrell sold off n lot of his goods Of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Smart last SunSunday. J R. M. JOLLY. at cost nnd will soon havo on a new day, L. L. Wilkerson arrived homo from INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Texas lost week after an nbsenco of sov-- i For fresh bananas, oranges, lemons, spring stock. In tho far wo faintlv henr oral years. s coconnuts, apples, candy, etc. Call at C. wedding bells, distnneothoy nro News. but coming 0. Martin's. visitMrs. Henry Boyd, Hawcsville, is BEWLEYVILLE. Gcorgo Cunningham, Derby, camo nearer and nearer. ing her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex. STEPHENSPORT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892. The Troy Times is tho largest county Boyd, this city. down Inst Thursday and showed his McCoy was in Louisville hist Miss Bettio Blnin is in Sample. Mr. Jas paper in old Perry. Our county Is well J. B. Davis, of Clovoland, 0., nnd R. pleasant faco in this office. week. LOCAL BEEVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Helm went to supplied with papers, tho farmers ought Mrs. Mclvinn Beavin, son and daughV. Willis, Georgetown, 0., wero both in Mr. S. P. Drury was in tho city several Irvington Monday. to keep posted. visitthe city Friday. ter, Ken and Suln, Owensboro, nro days last week Puro crab cider at Seifried's. Mr. Carlt Richardson, of Union Star, Tlio friends of Mrs. Lutio Wnlden Mr. V. G. Babbage, of llardinsburg, 0. II. Bareford, Baltimore, nnd F. W. ing M. F. Popham and family. wt s in town Monday. is assessing tlio city. J. C. Forter Miss Lula Owen who has been sick for Toombs will bo pained to hear of tho was in town last week. Musonheimer, Cincinnati, wero in the Mrs. Jano Brooks returned to her homo Short & Ilayncs for drugs and jewelry. city last Thursday. Mr. AV. T. Beelcr, of Johnson Bros., in Hardinsburg, several weeks, wo aro pleased to an- death of her father, J. W. Waldo, at Friday. to Louisvillo SaturNewburc, Ind., February 12, nine days Louisville, was in town Saturday. Frank Frnizo went J. Fladgo Carter, Webster, was in tho nounce iss. w able to bo out. Mr. Nat. Arms, who has been quite after her marriage. day. Miss Emma Hodges, of Louisville, is city Monday, and J. R. May of tho same Thomas ttkins, clerk for Bowmer & sick for somo time, is jiow up. Tho many friends of Mrs. Nat. Ahl, at homo on n visit to her mother. Chris. Ferrigo went to Hnwesvillo Sat- pluco was hero yesterdny. Hambleton, was sick several days last Messrs. Chas. Wadlington and Gus formerly of this place, but now of urday. Miss Maggio Paul has closed her school Miss Emma Mosely, one of Stephens-port'- s week, but is now able to bo out. Shellman nro on tho sick list. Moweaqua, III., will bo pleased to learn in tho country and is now nt home. Limborger, switer and cream cIioceo R. E. Moorman nnd Charles Babbage, accomplished belles, was in tho sho is slowly recovering from a severe Mr. Will Pool, representing J. M. Miss Helen D. Broshcar, of Louisville, at Seifried's. city shopping last Saturday. II. C. Armstrong representatives, spoilt attack of la grippe. Robinson & Co., Louisvillo, was in town is in town, tlio guest of relatives. Mrs. S. J. Harris visited her father, J. Miss Bessio Allen, of Elizabcthtown, Sunday nt their homes in this city. Mrs. Gcorgo Dodd, a highly respected last week. Messrs. Jeff Hook and Percy Beard, of J. Dyer, last week. who has been visiting her cousin, Mr. Chnrles .Willhoyte, tho grocery man, lady of Mrs. Lou J. Owen, of Falls of Rough, Hardinsburg, wero in town Millstone, was buried hero FriSunday. F. P. Hagood, Irvington, paid tlio city W. 0. Allen, returned homo Monday. of Owensboro, was solicting orders " day, February 12tlu Sho died of la is visiting tho family of Col. I'd. Bennett Mr. Conrad Deppe, of Glendeane, was n visit yesterday. Cos Whitehead and Frank Smart btart-e- d among his customers hero Monday. grippe. Sho leaves an aged husband and Summer Seat. in town Sunday, as usual, guest of Hon. Win. E. Minor, Addison, was in to Cincinnati Saturday with a largo Landrcth'8 fresh garden seeds, also ono son nnd many friends to mourn her Tho school at this place is fuller now Born to the wifo of Courtland Pullen, the city yesterday. largo red and wliito silver skinned onion' loss. lot of cattle and havo not yet returned. for a numthan it has been at this season , on Wednesday tho 17th, n 10 pound girl. James L. Patterson icturned from ber of years. Littlo Alf Roberts and his wagon crew sets for sale at C. 0. Martin's drug store. The Louisville Market. Mr. Mort Skillmnn, of Webster, was Owensboro yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Snider and daughter arS camping at Hito's Run now and Morriso Beard, Hardinsburg, passed Tho total sales in this market last leavo tliis week for Louisville, where tho guest of Mrs. Geo. Barkley.Saturday. . Mrs. Isaac Simonton, Patesvillc, camo hauling staves into this city for shipthrough tho city Saturday night on his Miss Emma Mosely's school ment. way to Louisville, and returned Monday week wero 4,134 hogsheads against 4,103 thoy will in future reside. in yesterday shopping. near hogsheads tho preceding week, and 4,204 Tho Misses Claycotnb, of Webster, who Moeleyville, was out this week. Sho is evening. W. C. Cunningham, Chenault, was a Huso Morgan, city Marshal, Stephens-por- t, passenger down on tho City of OwensR. E. l'ickerell, formerly of Custer, hogsheads tho corresponding week of have been visiting tlio family of Mr. atliomc. was in the city last night. last year. Thos. Payne returned homo this week. Mr. Clayton Crosson, local editor of Dr. Ed. Hays, tho dentist, has his boro last Saturday, enrouto for Grand but now of Louisvillo, was in tho city Of last week's sales 1,110 hogsheads Rov. Shelly nnd wife, of Louisville, re- tho BitncKENiiiDKE News, View. tho Thursday and Friday, representing was in town office in Chopin's now building. were old crop and 3,024 of 1801 crop. turned homo Saturday after a visit to Thursday. E. A. Richardson, of Hilpp & Richard- clothing house, Rothrhilds &. Co. R. N. Miller went to Now Albany FriS'. Dowoll, parents of tho Tho total receipts for tlio week wero Mr. and Mrs. G. Wallace and Jemio Skillman, of Harson, manufacturing clothiers, Louisvillo, Tho colored cornet band was out sere- 3,223 hogsheads, or Oil less day night and returned Monday. than sales. latter. dinsburg, nro the guests of their sister, was in tho city Friday, and did a good nading Monday night. This is no slouch Tho rejections wero 830 hogsheads, an Short & Ilayncs havo tho largest line Mrs. L. I. Parrot and Miss Bcttio Cain Mrs. Geo. Barkley. business. flk of a town for music, as well as being tho increaso of nearly a hundred over tho arrived Inst wock from South Carolina, of paints ever brought to Cloverport. Miss Emma English left fStiv for Miss Jennio Keith arrived at homo best business town on tho river. preceding week. nt tlio bedsido of their mother, Mrs. II. W. II. Bandy, "Union Star, has been from Brandenburg. Sho will teacliUl'iring Evansvillo Saturday, accompanied R. C. Richardson, Union Star, and Dr. The first threo days of this weok tho W. Cain, who is critically ill. sick for several weeks, but is now imby her friend, Miss Cnrrie Winfried, of Goldstein, Stcphensport, camo down market for Burjey lias been very strong Mrs. 'A. T. Stith and children left last school near there. proving. Caskey, Ky. Monday to attend the K. P. meeting. Mrs. Hebbio Robertson returned from and high. Good nnd fino leaf and com- week for Louisville, where they will be E. L. Clark, of tho Cincinnati CooperTho personal property of Mrs. McCrae, Henry May took the ranks of Pago and mon lugs exhibited tho most activity, joined in a fow days by Mr. Stitli and Parkland Friday, and is with her sister, age Company, Hawcsville, was hero Mrs. R. J. Xapper. deceased, was sold Saturday at an admin-trator'- s Esquire. though until Thursday tho common leaf will reside there permanently. yesterday. sale. Everything realized about Col. Ed. Bennett lias now a largo force Peter Brasheur, Owensboro, camo up and good lugs, ranging in price from $0 Mrs. M. Blain left Saturday on Steamer If you expect to paint your house this its full value. to $10, showed considerable improve- of men nt work in his quarry at Summer New Mary Houston for Now Orleans, to Saturday, and returned Sunday, accomyear, seo Short & Haynes about HarriWood Weatherholt, of Tobinsport, panied by his sister, Miss Gensie, who ment over last week. Though not quot-abl- y Seat, and will bo ready to commence de- attend Murdi Gros. son's ready mixed paint. higher there was more activity and livering stone tho 1st of April. who has been seriously ill for tho lost has been visiting Miss Kntio Bowmer Mrs. Bessio Starr Keefer organized a Miss Emma Riedel of West Virginia is two or three weeks, wo arc pleased to this city. snap in tho bidding and n good many Now goods nt tho Cash store this week, good Templars lodge of eighteen memvisiting her brother and sister, Charles say, is now improving slowly. Will A. Smith, Owensboro, who lind buyers of theso grades failed to get what wheeling them in and piling them up bers on Tuesday tho 10th. and Rosio Riedel, this city. Will Ramsoy, tho accommodating de- been in tho city nnd vicinity for several thoy wanted. Thursday was a dark, every day. Now is tho timo to como. Messrs. Geo. and Morton Wheeler, Two new pottages of sovon rooms each puty sheriff, sports nicer button-hol- o days, returned to that city by land Mon- rainy day and tlio market for theso Send your boy or your daughter, your wero in town last week guests of their wifo or come yourself, samo prico to aro being built in-- tho West end by bouquets than any other bachelor in day, taking soveral head of horses which grades seemed nt times to drag perceptisister, Mrs. Win. McMillen. bly. Colory types still elicit tlio sharpOelzo Bros. John Riser is tho contracevery one. Don't stop to hagglo prices, lio had procured while hero. town. Where does ho get them ? Tho correspondent returns thanks to est competition nnd always sell high. A for thoy can't bo sold for less than the tor. John Price, of Victoria, camo into tho good articlo of editor tho of Biieckexiuikie News, for a Judge W. W. Taber, of Hawcsville, red Burloy, however, pos- marked price. Largo stock of shoes. Rov. W. C. Brandon will preach at was in tho city last week giving instruc- city ono day last week, got jagged, and beautiful volumo of quotations from Holt Chapel next Sunday at 11 o'clock tions for tho lettering and carving on tho when he camo to, claimed that ho had sessing good texture and substance meets Como and seo tho spring prints, tho American'nnd English authors, presented Don't ask a. m. and will occupy his pulpit hero at Taber monument at Keith's marblo lost a pocket book contninining $20. It with plenty of bidders nt top prices. Tho prettiest over brought out. Thursday. slight easing on Thursday of the com- for credit for n day on nny amount. It night. was found besido a pile of railroad ties, works. Tho meeting held in Baptist church by mon leaf did not effect tho tone of tho takes as much timo to chnrgo 10 cents as Sam II. Keith, of tho Messenger office, on which ho had bunked, but it only Hon. 1). R.- Murray, of this city, was market for tlio grades abovo and below. $1.00. Bring your poultry, eggt, feathers Rov. R. N. McNcmcr closed Friday with Owensboro, camo up toattendtho Keith- - elected Grand Master Workman of tho contained 5. Tho market for dark tobacco lias been veal calves, fur skins nnd nil kinds of fifteen additions, twelve for baptism. Harrington nuptial, and paid this office A. 0. U. W. for tho state of Kentucky, Rov. McNemer is n splendid prcauhor As was.announced in this column last very satisfactory to sellers. Cash Stoih:, Tho im- produce to tho a visit yesterday. and tho church feels that great good has stato meeting in Louisville, last week Mr.'Clarenco Keith and Mi&s at tho provement in prices has stimulated largBewleyville. been accomplished. will bo married in tho BapWash Lano was digging a much need week; er oflerings than havo prevailed for ed ditch on Maplo street yesterday, its Mrs. Bessio Starr Keefer, tho Hnns F. D. Gray and W. W. Wilson, repre- tist church at 8 o'clock this evening, somo time. Old lugs that holders havo ROSETTA, object being to dri an tho alloy between senting tho South Western Publishing everything else to tho contrary notwithChristian Anderson of America, gnvo us hardly expected to pay storage fees havo tho mill. several lectures this Second and Third streets. They leavo on tho west been hauled up from tho cellars nnd put Mr. Henry Priest lias week. Sho made Company, Nashville, havo been in tho standing. Mr. J. E. Greer has rented Mr. Gilling-watcr- 's somo striking Miss Addlo Ditto and Miss Anna San- city for several days, and hayo dono a bound express for Owensboro. assertions, that not only on tho breaks nnd now sell nt from CO to farm. struck tho young people, hut tho shoo ders, of Louisville, camo down last Wed- good business. Frank Beavin, county Surveyor, is 100 per cent, higher thnn a year ago. Mrs. Chas. Priest was tho guest of Mis. fit somo of tho older ones. Sho is a good nesday to visit Miss Dittoes sister, Mrs. E. J. Hnwes, of Owensboro, was in tho constantly out in tho county hunting Of tho total sales last week 1,133 hogs- Taylor a fow days. speaker. s J, D. Babbago". Miss Sanders roturned city last week hunting old red tobacco. for tho pcoplo. Ho reports heads wero dark tobacco, and 849 hogsMr. Frank Blisset will farm witli his Monday, but Miss Ditto will remain Ho was representing a manufacturing many amusing incidents; the latest heads well old crop. Farmers Homo brotlicr-in-lnMr- - ion tiik m.oon, this year. somo time. establishment of that city, and wanted it being n negro fight lost week, not fnr Journal. L. Trogden is in tho neighbor-how- l Dr. A. IIHOWN'S IRON BITTKRS. Tho compass freIf you want to set Dr. Clayton, of this for tho purposo of making natural leaf from Hardinsburg. repairing teeth. "ires quickly. For salo by all dealers in quently disputs tho evidenco of tho eye, "The Hans Christian Anderson Of m;, VUU KVUU1UU. city, on his ear, just intimate that Hen- plugs. kuvu.wuv. Miss Salllo Mitcham is mnking her America." nnd gets up disturbances. derson is a bettor town than Owensboro; Harrison Thurman, of tho Waggoner homo with her sister, Mrs. Jeff Turpin. Mrs. Bessio Starr Keefer has just closLAND SALE FOR TAXES. and if you wish to seo Dr. Goldstein, of settlement, delivered one, of tho best Tlio machinery nnd boiler for tho Mr. 0. W. Knsoy returned from LouisStephonsport, waltzing around in tho crops of tobacco last Sat) '.day that has Third street planing mill arrived last ed a series of lectures in this city, of villo Friday., Ho went to tho city to Tabntha Stitwell, tazea due years 1887, whteh tho public have indulged in critsame jdiape, casually suggest that Owensyet been brought to tho city this season. weok, and it is now being placed in tlio icisms 8, 9, 90 and cost, CO acres land near numerous nnd varied. To put all purchase needed supplies for his shop. s, boro is a better town than Henderson. building. Every tiling is new and Miss Bcttio Tuylor will go to Custer P. S. Miller was tho purchaser. Hardinsburg, seo deed book U, page l, in a she is a good looking, inand will bo ready for operation in Capitalists were hero lost week look474 $8 35 Capt, A. S. English, this city, received about two weeks. This will give em- telligent and entertaining woman, well tlio first of March to givo music lessons Green M. Dowell's, heirs, taxes due in F. B. Lyon's family. ing out a situation for a furniture fac- tho unpleasant news a few days ago that versed in year 1889 and cost, one houso and lot Mr. Hannibal Meador nnd wifo went tory. They received satisfactory replies his stock barn at Webster had burned. ployment to soveral men, and will Science, and with her elocuIn Big Spring, seo deed book 31, to housekeeping this week. to all questions and propositions and Several tons of hay wero consumed, nnd enable our contractors and builders to tion and illustrations holds one Ho has page 193 8 15 bought a nico littlo farm nt tlio head of wero well pleased with tho situation. two horses perished in tlio flames. Tho obtain their material at home. Owing as it were. Margaret Rigsby, taxes due years 1887, Everything will probably bo consumated barn originally cost $1,800, nnd was pro- to the now building boom that is now Within tlio radius of her electric cur- Sinking. opening up here, this now entorpriso 8,9,90,91 and cost, 102 acres land within thirty days, and this will bo bably worth $1,000 when it burned. Taylor & Knsoy are putting up tobacco near Bewloyvllle, seo deed book No, has u bright and prosperous looking rents, you nro alternately convulsed Clover-por- t. another desirable addition for with tears and laughter, minutes pass togethor this year. There is somo talk 27, page 177 James Hannoy, tho burner for tho future. 15 00 not at all, nnd hours Hit as moments. of a factory being built hero nt this placo Gus Harris, taxes duo years 1890, 1 and Patton Vitiified Brick Works, who with Tho Hon. John W. Tuttlp camo all his wifo has beon boarding at tho Clover-po- rt eost, lot No. 1, In block No. 24, In Irv When sho ceases to talk, you arouso in tho near future. Coach, Cab and Caboose. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker from near Rough tho way from Monticello last week to ington, see deed book No, 43, pago 15. 6 55 yourself and aro surprised to know that Hotel, moved into a cottago near Engineer Dr. Smith Is sick at his homo your quid has been lying uncraunched river will shortly movo to their farm. Jemima Leslie, taxes due years 1888, 9, view our new jail. Wayne county la to his work Saturday, and Is now keeping 90 and cost, 30 acres land near Falls in Henderson. build a now jail and they wanted to house. Ho is a thorough-bre- d and unmolstencd in tho hollow of your Tho farm originally belonged to Green Englishof Sinking, seo deed book S, page 210 7 40 A. E, Adams, of tho shops, has gono to cheek for mora than two hours. Johnson, deceased. oxamlno our structure boforo letting a man and speaks tho English languago, g on tho hill. Mr. Jim. Mercer wont to Jofierson Clint McCans, taxes duo year 1890 and contract. It is needless to say that Mr. but can understand American, if it is Those that failed to hear her missed cost, 136 acres land near Big Spring, Engineer Hnrry Rotli is laying off county on last Monday to assist Mr. back from Hardinsburg well spoken slowly and distinctly. Tuttlo camo qulto ntreat. seo deed book No. 35, paga 243 9 70 of not being well. Bowin Turpin with somo cnttlo ho pleased, and Wayne will probably build D. N. Ross, taxes due years 1890, 1 and Tho young ladies of this city, not to bo E. A. Eaton, ongincor on 105, returned bought up in this county. LONG BRANCH. after our model. cost, 43 acres land near Bewloyvllle, outdone by buck-oye- d men or rabbit-foote- d from a visit to friends in Evansvillo SunWo hear so many say receiving tlio see deed book V, pago 183 Tlio News is indebted to tho Cincin11 80 coons, havo caught onto a schemo day. ff Miss Woolfolk visited Miss Mary News is liko getting n letter from home. Jemima Bramlott, Hated In nomo of nati Cooperago Company, Cincinnati, for by which thoy are at least tho equal, if has acDr. Prout, from th last week. Why don't you write ovory week ? Tlio Robert Slpes, taxes due years 1890, 1 a vory handy and convenient pocket not tho superior, of their necromantic cepted a position as fireman on tho Miss Llllio Chambers has gono to reason is that our neighborhood is dull, and cost, 218 seres land near lllg foot rule, made of floxlblo steol and enFor Bomotimo thero has beon a "Texas." friends. Hardinsburg to attend school. wo hardly ovor hear of anything happenSpring, see deed book V, page 238 10 88 closed in a handsome leather caso bear- largo trado hero in agate marbles, it being Mr. P. J. Flood resigned his position 0. W. McGcheo was a juryman from ing worth recording. Wager Bwoln, taxes due year 1890 and ing tho imprint of the Company. It is hardly possiblo for tho merchants to as a "Texas" engineer nnd started for this neighborhood nt court last week. Miss Nannio Beard and Mr. Gcorgo cost, Int. In 34 acros land just tho thing for tho vest pocket and keep a supply on hand; and what was Now Mexico yesterday. Mr. Jas. Bickerstaff has purchased n Bramletto wore quietly married nt tlio near Irvington, see deed book No, 42 just such a rulo as wo havo longed for, the most mysterious thing about it, all Engino No. 1 is being overhauled in nico pair of mules from Mr. Tim. residenco of Mr. Arthur Sipcs. Mr. page 98 4 35 in our business. Tho Company will tho customers wero girls in tholr teens tlio shops and will como out in about Brandenburg. Bramletto has rented tho widow Pato's W. L. Turpin, taxes due years 1890,1 please accept many thanks for tho littlo instead of boys, who usually buy such two weeks almost now. Miss Annio Fontalno returned Saturand oost, a tract of land known as the farm and will livo there. Mrs. Pnto will treasure. things. It has at lost como out that Halt tract near llosetta, boo, deed book Engineer Plank has brought his family day from a visit to friends nt Jefferson-vifi- o mnko her homo with them, Mrs. Pnto and Poweo Valley. 18 55 Two boys of tho town met under May these fair creatures keep and carry these consisting of wifo nnd twin babies, from 41, page 37 has been very low with pneumonia, but Blllio Ditto and Hon. Stownrt Young R. II. Young, taxes due years 1890, 1 A Solbrlg's shop on tho creek bank, ono toys in tho Bamo ovil spirit that tho Nashville, and is boarding at Fox's. Is slowly recovering. wore passengers to Louisvillo on tho up and oost, one lot In Irvington, soe rainy day last week to consumato a fiddle coon possesses tho grave yard rabbit Tho old combination coach that has train from hero Sunday night. Mr, A. V Meador recently lost a valu-abl- o deed book No, 41, page 628 0 25 and pistol trado. Tho pistol was not foot. Thoy hold and bellovo that tho been running on tho "branch," is in tho two year old filly. Sho fastened her Mr. J II. Sullivan nnd wifo of LouisI will on Monday, March 21st, 1802, sell the loaded, of courso, but wont off just tho girl, who is tho happy possessor of tho shops being renovated and will soon villo, returned Monday nightafter spend- head in a holo in her stall nnd broke hor Fortunately thero was no ono charmed agato, can yield whatever influ- come out a regular coach. ing Boveral days with Mrs. Sullivan's neck. It novor rains but it pours. A above described propi r!y or so much thereof same. as will pay tho taxes due, killed as is usual in such cases but an ence she may chooso ovor any man she Jerry Gannano, passenger ongineer, parents. sow nto up two fino lambs for him causGiven under my hand this February 22d, Mrs. Agnes Ricketts, of Louisvillo, was umbrella got tho top shot out of itself, may meet. Great heavons, what will be- spent Boveral days in Whitesvillo last in our midst soveral days last weok look- ing him to have his sow to kill, Mr. 1892. and a couple of boys wero badly fright- come of us poor creatures that wear weok and returned Saturday, Ho prob- ing up witnesses in her railroad caso for Meador will hnvo to attend to business J.S. DeJERNETTE, pants, if this bo true ? ened. ably has n "inn" oyer thorc. which sho got damages. Sheriff llrockonrlJge Co, more closely. r. Physician Dr, j. m. uiavton. ll Surgeon. BARGAINS IN Physician Watkins, Surgeon, ItwHr i 11 D I 1 1 dl WINTER TROUSERS. Merchant Tailor, A. J. KIRST, -- 4 ' , BANK WILL EIND US PANTING 111 r jj HAEDIFSBUItG 2, Julius. Winter & Co., 'Old. Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Spring will soon bo hero and wo aro going to spring on you somo goods that will mako you happy. Refreshing and liko a draught of puro spring water thoy will como to you in season. wj WE ARE THE i" Breckenridge HMMMHIMi Louisville, Ky. Main '.' Spring! lull -- SULZER'S Cloverport, Ky. '..l' pi." "JI"''-r-WTw.- ffi m Furniture ! Furniture The regular and reliable Furniture deal er is always on hand with a full stock Including Sewing Machines, Cofnns,' Burial Caskets ! Furnitu MICHAEL HAMMAN, J"t .1 lew Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no leritir houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market. 'lit the nrico bo what it mav. Alwnvs call o'ff'liim nnd nsnortnin nrifina halvd fore purchasing elsewhere Ho means just what ho says. Ho 'cannot be undersold. M. AMMAN, (Jloverport, I u KyVj traws Show Which Way The Wind Blows ! It is an established fact that Henry Garrett had keys tc most every house in town, but after a close examination of ! the various stocks in the place, he preferred to crawl over the v ,A back door through the transom of our house so as to get ac cess to the lino-tree- Largest M AND first-clas- nut-shel- ti B. Greatest1 spoil-boun- d, Variety goods in the city, and after getting them home he found them marked so low that ho did'nt find it nnr.finRnro' "V to take the marks off. It is true that Henry got goods with- - 4 J out money and without price, but if you will call and Bee us r we will show you a line of goods at such low figures that it will make you wonder whore the profit comes in. house-kcopln- F. Beard & Co, HARDINSBURG, KY. LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Bick-orsta- Air-Lin- one-ha- lf WIHLAML Court-Hous- e, Mc-Auli- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Say. Cor. Jcflcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. I0OAN, Manager. A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. JoWilntiM At this at moderatethe best style and prices. office done in Breckenridge News. WEIjUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892 Kerry Selections Gathered Hero and Thero by a Cloverport Woman. A DIZZY WHIRL. NEWS AND COMMENT. Tho desiro of proud parents to mako a display of tho fancied or real accomplishments of their children fs often THEY MUST HAVE IT. and parents differ widely as to Sablett Thinks That Little Burgs what accomplishments nro, as tho fol. V , .lowing incident shows: "I want Lillian onouia ue as rrr.i as jlucit uver-grow- n wei ..in... n to bo highly accomplished" said a frivil-ou- s Neighbors. mother, "fit to shino in any society, And Intimates That KliU Should and specially accomplished in singing. Lillian sing 'Gathering up tho shells Ho Seen And Not Heard. from tbo shore,' dear. "I do not wish Bia SritiKa. Kv.. Feb. 10. 1892. Mn. ray daughter Mary Ann to havo accomifi TJditor There comes tbo Custer corrcs-- plishments" said a lady caller "I want her to bo thoroughly versed in modern ,Mj.n8lpert pen, to defend Mr. Washburn science, bIio is only eight years old, but . 1 T WO ncosuro liiugo corrcsponuem, wiiu is well along in physiology, Mary Ann, attacked tbo morals of "our little liam-lota- " say your bones." bo fervently. Mr. "Lindsoy" lias vitlently misconstrued what wo said in A modest and rather timid young canreference to tbo saloon business in tbis didate was elected senator in a pioneer county. Tbo rieosuro Ridgo correspon-dentun- d State not many years ago, while appre"Lindsay" bad better Ret tc ciating tho honor highly, ho was frighttjbther and consult each other on tbis ened at tho thought of associating with question, to boo which of them is in tbo prominent and cultivated men, ho supwrong. posed were tlio legislators of his Stato. Mr. Washburn only wants saloons in Ho felt sure ho would bo wholly overtbo incorporated towns, and "Lindsay" shadowed by tho greater intellects about says "let tbe'saloons go," so do we, but him. Taking his scat in fear and tremnot to tbo incorporated towns only. Mr. bling on his first day in tho Senate, ho ftVashbura in a fronzy and in a satirical was put at case in a fow moments by a ay, aimed to bclittlo tbo "morals of our statement mado by ono of tho "greater UtUo hamlets" with his prejudice, and intellects" of the Home. "Mr. Speaker" malicious insinuations; and we Bimply said tho gentleman, "thero are no ink in called bis erratic, and erring mind to nn tho the young man was kpvldentfact which ho had overlooked- - amazed "Is this the kind of people they Mfc xmt tho "morals of our i little hamlets" send here, ho exclaimed mentally. Up . ... i !V j wnrn no mora KiiRcenuuiQ io corrunuoii roso another Senator, sinco famous, and , r nAWnnMI 4 .! In !.. .l ? U1U Ul 111U linuvitt;vi known all over the country "Mr. SpeakUlUl 4ln IUU1U1S f ' intnia. Tlin mrrpKnnnilnnt: nf l'lp.Tsnrn er" ho said, "there aro ink, but it are - Ridg3 was quick to bco his errors and to froze in tho bottles." This was all the keep silent and not commit lumscll to timid young Senator needed to bring his any moro such grave mistakes. "But idols from their pedestals and put his ? .ilin lint lino nnnn fnrtli'' Kn tlin vniltli timidity to flight. oFCustcr the magnanimous "Lindsay" thinks bo has wisdom enough hoarded Tho following adecdoto admits of wide tip in his twenty summers, to impart and varied application and most of us otno of tho precious thing to his person- can npply it to ourselves if we will. A al friends, and then have plenty of great minister who was preaching for a brother ideas loft to shoot at some national re- clergyman, said sonic strong thing about form. Listen to his compliments to us racing nnd fast horses. in his ambiguous stylo: "You might bo Ho was told after the sermon that he pno of tbo favored braves, to bow at had touched ono of their best members Boauty' shrine, but tho fiat has gone at a tender joint. "Well" said the iorth."Yes "the fiat hasgono forth" preacher, "I cannot change my sermon but not to our disadvantage in any res for him." In tho evening tho man was pects; but tho flat is an incumbrance on introduced to the minister, who said, "I "Lindsay," tho Mark Twain of tho fu- - understand that what I said touched one lintwAoa Ann fnni iirti of your weaknesses. I assure you I was nich thi "Lindsay's" immatured mind, that if unconscious of tho weakness when I said the people wish saloons in tho incorpo- it." Oil never mind "said tho man," it rated towns only, they would certainly is a poor sermon that docs not hit me ;y so, but wo don't think they would somewhere. bo so foolish as to want saloons in Clov erport, Stcphensport, and llardinsburg, A father whose young son was studyto tbo exclusion of tbo "little hamlets." ing French asked hinfono day. "Getting inon pretty well in your French Tommy?" V Tbo abovo named towns arc th only corporated towns in Breckenridge coun-,t- "Oh yes, papa, I think I could mako myWhat does our correspondents say self understood quite well if I were in 4f 4li!o t Tt vfn in li- flm enln .TnlffA Paris." Indeed, well now, for instance x1Pj-.i! 1. w VI t ,;r in uiu mauur, wo wouiu nay givu uo uu-- " if you were in Paris, and wanted to call :n w ..i.i i..i t.it.ii! it niu i. puu tiu a cab, what would you say," Tommy no duiuiu iuniuiuuu. -. an hear from "Lindsay" in tho r thrust his hands into the air, and snappeojilo will be glad to see ping his fingers sharpely said "Like this: the tp mako bis debut again. We hope St. St. io Custer kid will, when ho lias attain ed his majority, turn his hoarded wisThere is an innate sense of justice in dom toward some thing beneficial to his human beings, which rebels at seeing country, suppose he trys perpetual mo- one person punished for nnothcrs fault. tion, nd stop trying in his boyish ways A littlo girl who made too much noise to invent little and bean shoot- - in her sick mother's room was put out ere, into the hall, and soon after a miserable J. T. Suiium-- . old rag doll, of which sho was very fond was tossed out to her. This was the last Tbo Jersey Lily has become quite straw. Snatching up her beloved doll famous for her beauty, and she means to and hugging it tightly in her arms, witli keep it, too, for, hasn't sho learned in streaming eyes she sobbed out to her tbo great United States to cure colds Grand ma. "I wouldn't n tared, but with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup? what had Judy done ?" Mako a note of it. Twenty-fiv- e cents buys tbo best liniment out, Salvation For burns and wounds wo would reOil, of course. commend Salvation Oil. All dealers sell it at 23 cents. Two Old Landmarks Gone. Many cases have come under our Two of onr old lnndrfrarks have gone notice where a single bottlo of Dr. Bull's to their final rest within tho past ten Cough Syrup relieved a sufferer from a days. Mrs. Lloyd, aged 110 years. Her sovero cough, which had been treated husband owned the beautiful valley for months by competent physicians. 25c. farm near tbo Falls of Rough, Mr. Lafc Green bought it several years ago from LODIBURG. i- his heirs, and tho widow moved away to She livo among her many children. We aro having n great deal of rain, Mr. stopping farmers from work. died at tho home of her Nat Wallace, just n few days before God The health of the neighborhood is called him without a moments warning. good, with tho exception of Miss Mollie His death will be a sad loss to relatives, Avitt, who is no better. friends and neighbors, for ho was one of J Mr. Wash Black has been poorly, but nature's noblemen, gentle,courteous and ' kind iu his bearing to all, honorable and has gotten so lie can plow, and drive his cow down tho lane and through tho alupright in his dealing. He died as ho ley. had lived, so peacefully, that the smile Mr. Editor, I must speak a good word still hovered about his lips when his son found him, not yet cold although in for your most valuable paper. It gives us news of importance, it enlightens the Death's cold embrace. K. S. G. young in county affairs and a great Takes 1000 peoplo to buy Dr. Sago's many other things; no house should be Catarrh Remedy, at CO cents a bottle, to without it. You are right, and those that don't mako up $300. Ono failure to cure take it, either borrow their neighbor's or would take the profit froji 4000 sales. Its makers profess to euro "cold in tho read some body else's in tho head," and oven chronic catarrh, and if Ed. they fail they pay J500 for their Vitiated and had blood often lead to Not in nowspapcr words but in hard serious diseases. A good plan is to take cash ! Think of what confidence it takes some blood medicine at intervals of four to put that in tho papers and mean it. or six weeks. Tho best is Lightning Its makers beliovo in tho remedy. Blood Elixir. It is a purely" vegetable Isn't it worth a trial? Isn't any trial compound. D. 0. Brunson, of Davis Station, 8. C, says : "I had some kind preferablo to catarrh ? of skin disease for twenty years. I paid After all, tho mild agencies aro tho out 5500 to tho best physicians of the best. Perhaps thoy work moro slowly, South, and found no relief. My skin but thoy work surely. Dr. Tierce's was raw and itching all tho time. My Pleasant Pellets are nn activo agency but merchant insisted that I should try quiet and mild. They're Lightning Blood Elixir. 1 had taken easy to take, nover shock nor derango so many patent medicines that I had no tho system and half their power is tho faith, but thought I would try it, mid mild way in which their work is done. now I can honestly say that ono bottlo Smallest, cheapest, easiest to tako. Ono of Lightning Blood Elixir cured mo cents a vial. Of all sound and well." All druggists Boll it, n dose. Twcnty-fly- o druggists. nnd will tell you all ubout it. S 1 A Tho Fair And Tho Brave of Hancock Tho Louisana Stato Lottery will movo and Adjoining Counties Engago to Mexico. What n pity. in An All Night's Revel at Italy boa at last concluded to havo an exhibit nt tho World's Fair. Wo would Hawesville. A PItETT Y 12. YEAIt II OP. V ,J Tho leap year Hawesvim.k, Feb. ball, given by tho young ladies of this plnco, was a decided 'success. Everything was first class. Tho music, dancing and tho refreshments. Tho city hall was beautifully decorated, nnd tho of art os well as nature, was lavishly complimented, by tho ugly box. Nover before in tho history of tho old town, did tho women look bo fair, and tho men so handsome Owcnsboro, Cloverport, Lowisport nnd Cannelton wcro well represented, and all seemed to bo happy in tho knowledgo that they were there. Tho merry whirl began at 8:30 and no one showed any signs of fatiguo (but mo) until tho red ball of fire arose from beyond the eastern Kills. Supply nnd demand regulates tho price of an article, consequently, gentlemen were a little weak. T1IK MAIIKLT. -u, ink-stand- s, T 1 Strictly first class A No. 1 (marringablo) were in demand. No. 2 (indifference as to matrimony) wcro hardly firm. No. 3 (bachelors) were a drug on tho market, and went begging at any price. The followlnggentlemcn were present, from Hawesville : George Crockett, K. K. Kelly, Will Robb, Wallic Hayncs, 1'eter licit, Carlton limner, Prof. T, M. White, O. D. Clumbers, J. W. Muslin, George Mason, T. D. Arci, George Wilton, PaUil House, Clarence Taber, Willie Geor-inClaud Younger, Willie Kelly, Henry M.i-soJamil Jacktcm, Sims Thomas, Stanley Allen, Clint llruncr, Harvey Hush, Cliai. Kaufman, James Hcnncn, Lewis 1'owen, O. W. Newman, John Davidson, Kobert Ileauchamp. Owcnsboro: Nat AUcp, Stee Powers, Lewis Dupee, Tom Smith, Ham Ilakcr, Ham I'uqu.i, Phil. Watklni. Clocrport: Orll SMIIman, Will llowmcr, Jess Owen, James Sklllman. Lewlsport : Ike Greathouse, Harris Patterson, Dr. Knox. Yelvington : C. C. Unsold, C. K. Street, Dud Street, A. J. Thomas. Cannelton, Ind. Leon Leaf, I.C4. ' V ' Below is given a list of the fairies and their adornments. Lizzie Allen, blue albatross, sitter trimmings; tlenallawei, cream silk, natural (lowers; Josie Ileauchamp. china silk ; Lucile Sterctte, blue silk, diamonds; Martha Thomas, pink nnd gray henrietta ; Annie Chambers, crtam Henrietta ; Minnie Heading, black lace, pink trimmings; Sallle Sterctte, cream henrietta black velvet; Lcssie Sterctte, pink teltet pearls; Nora Mitchell, cream albatross (lowers; Hell Davidson, blue albatross lace; Kate Jackson, cream satin lace ; Emma Wist, cream albrtross, flowers; Susie Gregory, white silk ; Dasie Wilton, blue henrietta; Annie Wilson, cream silk, diamonds; Emma Wilson, cream henrietta; Nannie Jackson, shrimp silk, lace, pearls ; Kate Gregory, cream silk, (lowers; Cora Patterson, pink henrietta, black lace; Nettie Powers, red silk, black lace; Lena Archer Nile green silk, diamonds; Georgia Adams, pink china silk; Edith Hush, blue nlbatross ; HHie Hannlstir, grey cashmire, velvet diamonds; Eva Allen, black velvet; Stell Shelley, white henrietta, pink roses; I'loreda llnhr, blue silk, pearls; Maggie Thomas, red albatross; Annie Younger, white broad-clotWillie Mitchell, white silk, diamonds; Fannie Duncan, pink silk, flowers; Mattie Ilobb, green silk, black lace; Mamie Duncan, china silk, diamonds. Hawesville; Mamie Hawes, cream silk: Annie Mor-docred silk ; Louis Chambers, pink silk, How. crs. Owcnsboro; Kate Alscp, creams china silk diamonds. Cloverport: Alllenc Murray, pink silk ; Minnie Murray, pink silk; Maggie Ilowmer, street costume. y. . r future-wo-me- suggest n graveyard display. All tlin nrincinal breweries in tho TInllpil Rtnli'B aru about to pool their in- tercsts. The object is to raise tho price of beer. Bobcrt Ford, who assassinated Jesso James, was shot and killed In a saloon row at Creed, Col., last Wednesday. That is another pity. Senator Sherman presented his credentials ono day last week for the sixth term as a United States Senator. This term will about settle him. "What measures nro you taking to stop that cough? Let us suggest Do Witt'sCouch ami Consumption Cure. It is inf.,1111.1.. Unl.t l.w Clmrt Ar llnvnna. 1U1I1U1U. UUiu uj j..v,..- Weh James killed Mariah Austin, bis sweetheart, at Birmingham, Ala., with n coupling pin last Sunday morning. Tho first time wo ever heard of tho like. You mny cough and cough nnd cough nnd cough and cough but you will not, if you tako Do Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure Sold by Short & Hayncs. Col. J. B. Simpson, a largo speculator, of Dallas, Tex., is gone with about $300,-00of other people's monoy. Ho got enough to make him a defaulter instead of n thief. A trial convinces tho most skeptical. Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. DoWitt's Cough nnd Consumption Curo isn valuable remedy. Sold by Short & Hayncs. Claranco Duval has committed forgery in Bullitt county to the amount of $1,000, though ho has not realized all tbo money. He is a new hand at the business. "An honest pill is tho noblest work of DoWitt's Littlo Early the apothecary." Uisers cures constipation, biliousness and fiick headache. Sold by Short & Haynes. a special message Tho President-sen- t to Congress last week regarding tho protection of miners. Tho days of Pinkertons aro about numbered. Lloyd Tevis has resigned his placo as manager of tho Wells Forgo Company at Sanfrancisco. Ho was born and raised in Shelby county, Kentucky, and is worth $20,000,000. Our experience covers many ills, many pills and ninny bills. Our ills are smaller, our pills are smaller and our bills aro smaller when e uso DoWitt's Littlo Early Uisers. Sold by Short & Haynes. Tho Court of Appeals decided that the new Constitution was all right, even if there were some changes mado after the people ratified it. Walter Evans and Silas Miller were not much in it. Ignorance of the merits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Uisers is a misfortune. These littlo pills regulate tho liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consitpation and biliousness. Sold by Short & Haynes. -.- -; 0, Win-cliestcr- Si Perkins was a leader of a gang of moonshiners in Monroo county, Tenn. Bcsslo Blvin nnd Sallio Perkins both loved Si. Si liked Bcsslo best. Sallio got jealous, and, in a spirit of revenge, led a United States Marshal and posso to the rendezvous', whero tho wiiolo gang was captured. Bilo a woman, and sbo's . Miss Annio Bryant, of Cincinnati, has written Miss Florcnco Mcgruo, of tho samo city, that sho loves her dearly, and if sho refuses to mnrry her, sho would suffer Freda Ward's "fato. Wo havo long suspected that this woman's rights business would finally lead women to beliovo that they could do without men altogether. Tho Secretary of State In Ohio has given out figures showing that it cost the Stato $205,430.30 to hold tho Stato election last November. Tho cost was incurred by building booths, printing ballots, salaries of election officers &c. This is not an overly good recommendation for the Australian system ; nnd tho Legislature of Kentucky, that lias tho arrangement of a now system of voting, should profit by tho oxporienco of other States. A horso named "Caddo" won a raco hands down at East St, Louis ono day last week. It was immediately suspected that ho was a "ringer," and on close inspection ho was found to bo Post Odds, a fust that boa been running all over tho country for tho last two years, and has won many races. His hair was clipped and ho was painted a greenish red. It seems that loaded dice will occasionally get into horso races as well as craps. pro-Bent four-year-o- ld Fiiom tho present state of tho Demo- cratic pulso throughout the country, it seems that tho best nnd wisest tiling for Senator Hill to do, would bo to retire from the field and urge his followers in New York to support Cleveland. Nothing is moro apparent than tho fact that if tilings continue in their present state, tho result nt Chicago will bo the defeat of both Hill and Cleveland for tho nomination. This would complicate and endanger the success of the party's candidate at the polls, whoever lie might bo, and possibly bring on defeat. Thero has been no timo so propitious in the party's history at which sho might succeed as tho present appears to be. Her peoplo, educated and drilled as they aro into the idea of a straight battle for "Tariff" tho fight should bo held to that issue and nothing more. Then how essential is it that we should go into the great Notional Convention with clean hands. Go in also as a unit for tho ono dominating idea. It has been cherished too long now to allow it to give way that tho personal ambition of nny ono mun mny bo gratified. ," Keep Thl Itcfuro You. As n striking illustration of tho colos-tlies with which tho peoplo aro fed nnd misled, r would point to tho voto of tho People's party this year in tho s of tho Btato of Kansas. o population of this country in of tho gross misrepresentations of tho press beliovo that tho Peoplo's party voto of Kansas in 1801 fell off vory greatly from their voto in 1800, whilo tho ofBcinl publication of tho voto tnkon this year shows that although tho total voto of all parties in Kansas was about 80,000 less than it was a yoar ngo, the Peoplo's party voto was actually increased about Pr conk ovcr it" voto in 1800, or 47 por cont. of tho entire voto. Tho Ucpuhlican majority in South Dakota was reduced from 10,000 in 1890 to 2,700 in 1801, whilo in Nebraska tho Peoplo's party camo within 8,000 votes of defeating tho combined power of both tho old parties nnd olectcd oloven district judges. It is true that in somo judicial districts of Kansas tho Peoplo's party candidates wero defeated, but it was only hy an unholy union of tho Democratic nnd Republican parties against them. Tho hereditary enemies of a half century gavo up their sham battlo and under tho inspiration of tho monoy power rushed into each other's arms and in ono fond ombraco resolved to forget protection, reciprocity, tho silver question and everything elso, if thoy could only prevent tho oppressed peoplo of Kansas from obtaining tho governmental reforms which thoy sought, in this act thoy conclusively demonstrated that thoy are tho two Dromios of plutocracy and that only tho duTeronco of n feather distinguishes them from ono another. Tho peoplo porcolvo that thero is room in this country for only two political parties a party which represents tho peoplo and a party which represents tho plunderers of tho people Extract Peoplo's Party Address. ul Nino-tenthconso-quenc- Who Will Be ffrfV The Bomlnees NAME THEM. lli $50 IN GOLD And a Handsome 5p ZU n "" THE Bible Givon Away. In order to increase our already largo subscription, list wo oflbr tho following inducements to now subscribers and to old ones to renew : Tho Nntionnl Democratic Convention meets nt Chicago, June 2 Int. Tho National Ucpublican Convention meets nt Minneapolis, Juno 7th. iSoth will nominato-- a candidate for President nnd Vice-Preside- $30 IN GOLD It Is a seamless shoe, with no Ucm or wax tbreftjV , to hurt the feett made of the best lino caf, mnJrs more ho of Ihu nnd bernuie nnd ItoquaU hand, grade than any oiArmanMaetMr,3.W. sewed shoes costing from il.U) to d, tnoflnertcair fiiK 0O(2cniiluo liiind-ftOtTP-(or $3.00 1 equals French Si shoe erer offered Imported slioes which cost t rom 3.W to $1210. flno calf. 00 stylish, comfortable nnd durable. The best prado shoo ever offered nt this price i samo 9i). os cus e shoes costing from so.oo to CQ go l'olleo rJlioni Farmers, llallrond Men I SfUrn ami Letter Carrlersnll wear thems flrjocalf,! aeamlets, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extea' slonedgo. One pair.will wear ayear. no shoe ever offered nt CO SO lino cnlfione better will convlnco thoso ; trial 29 fce this price ( who want a shoo for comfort and service. 5 nnd S'i.UO Worklnemnn'si shoes C ; are very strong and durable. 1 hose who have Riven themn trial wlllwenrnootnermako. 81.73 school they aro nnd boys everywhere)shoes sell 8'i.OOby worn the on their merits, ns tho Increasing sales show. shoo, belt d R 83.00 Ilnnd-snwc-stylish) enualsl'reDca iMngola, very taMrted shoes resting from I.U) to W. shoe rot ImdleiVU,SO. 8'J.OO nnd 81. 7.1 Misses are the best fine Uongola. Htyllsh and durable. Caution. 8ee that W. I- - Ixjuglas.' namo and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. rw-TANO BUIJSTITWTE..! TniUl on local advertised dealers supplying yon, XV. 1. DOUUliAS, UroclUuu,IUns3. T&ldby S3 SHOE BEST SHOE er. . L. DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? 5So!MBIRR5!KS5"' WHY IS THE 3 34, 3ms n.iiel DUJ9 nrllnrj L,3UI69 FOH eAIiB Dlf BOWMER & HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. For tho First Prize. A hacking cough is annoying nnd very dangerous. Why not stop it 7 Mr. J. W. Peddicord, Shady Nook, Ky., writes "I took a severe cold somo timo ngo; it settled in my chest and caused mo very much pain when coughing. I purchased n bottlo of Lightning Cough Drops, nnd after taking a few doses, I found instant relief, and am now entirely well." Sold by all druggists for 25 nnd 50c. Thirty Dollars in gold will ho given h & Texas R Co. Tub liitiXKKNKiixiK Nkws to tho success- Louisville. SI Louis i ful answers of the question : IfcTO. " JIVio u'l'M be the nominees of each parly t" for President and Talcing Effect Any person selecting the four names will ho entitled to tho first At 5:00 o'clcl: A. U. Wednesday July 29. '51 thus chosen prize of $30 cash, and if, hy chance, moro YTctt Bound Traitu Eatt Bound TVmni than ono answers correctly, tho prizo M Mall St Mall A will he divided accordingly. TIME SCHEDULE 18. J. Hxpr's Hxpr's Dally Dally 6 25pm STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr'. Dally Dally 8t6 8W $20 IN GOLD 640 720 7 24 7 47 7 45 tin 8 UO 8 41 For a Second Prizo. 845 900 To Advertisers If you wisb nnd need Instruction, rend ono dollar for our " Hook Tor Advertisers." A little study of that book will cnoblo you to decide what you ought to do, and give an Idea of tbo probable cost. to advertise Twenty Dollars in cash will ho given to tho person who guesses correctly only threo out of tho four names to ho thus chosen as party btandard hearers, so that thoguesser may prophesy wrong as to ono of the four names, and by'getting threo correct will corao in for this prize. 757 807 811 817 8 8 8 8 9 08 27 37 47 63 917 921 920 934 9 44 lv.Un'n Dp't..ar 100 Kentucky St. 12 45 West Point 1216 VIVlym Howard 11 45.un Hock Haven Longllranch 11 38 llrandenburg 11 ifll Meade Springs Hkron Guston 1102 Irvlngton 10 M Webster 1045 Lodlburg 1035 l'iercc 10 30 Stu.ple Stcphensport 1023 1018 Addison 1015 Holt 25 1119 1111 11 0 OSprr. 860 7 47 7 40 731-?- 727 723 715 665 952 10 10 UO 6 43 6 40 905 911 9 21 9 25 9 30 9 46 961 If you instruct uy A Twenty Dollar ta Bible nnrn-ingtlio 1001 1010 TO tin-hor- FLAHERTY. Eugene Ilardesty, of Garrett, has the spring school and will commence teaching next Monday. Vera Paul is still visiting her undo at Ixmg Grove, sho will probably teach the spring school at Star Mills. Will Nail and Leo Brown were in town yesterday giving out invitations for a dance, to be given at Mr. John Brown's Saturday evo. A. J. Whelan's school closed last week and ho nnd his brother, Eugene, contemplate attending tho Normal School at Indiana. Billy Newton's daughter will marry in a few days at tho Catholic church. Mr. Pike, of Guston, will bo tho groom, nnd Father O'Connor will officiate. Hoping that Cleveland will ho our next President, nnd wishing tho News fivo hundred now subscribers this year, and its editor will livo to a ripe old age, I will say farewell dear readers. Biieck-KMinxin son-in-la- xst-ofllc- e, Bugar-coate- It is almost beyond comprehension to think that ono medicino can possess such wonderful medicinal properties as Lightning Hot Drops. It is an external aid internal medicine, and will relieve all ailments for which it is recommended. Mr. Georgo Jones, of Lima, S. 0., Bays: "Lightning Hot Drops saved my life. I had rheumatism and was laid up forja long time and could not walk. After using J dozen bottles in all, I. am sound and well." All druggists sell and will tell you all about it. 25 and 50c bottles, It Is Inexhaustible. Covisoton, Ky., Feby. 15, 1802. Mn. Emtoii Dkak Sin: Enclosed plenso find $2.00, my subscription for past and the present year of your excellent paper. I do not wish to bo without it, I noto with pride the prosperity of tho peoplo of old Breckenridge, more csjiecJally thoso of Cloverport and immediate vicinity ; may I ask, what Is tho extent of tho Vitrified Clay deposit, in what extent of territory is it found. Success to you is All kinds of Job Printing done at this tbo sincere wishes of yours Ac. y, W. office For tho past few days wo hail signs of spring but tho weather has pulled on its winter coat again, and grim old winter now holds tho fort. The farmers in this neighborhood aro plowing nnd getting their fences iu order, preparatory to their spring plnnting. Nover having seen a letter from our town, I will try to give you n few items if it interests nny of you readers. There may bo some ono who has lived hero in tho past that may liko to hear of this part of tho country. This is n very pretty littlo village nnd is situated fivo miles from Vino Grove, our nearest railroad station. We havo one storo, grocery, a Doctor, school, church and blacksmith shop, Mr. W. W. Flaherty owns tho shop and has a largo trade. Thero is as much real pleasure in reading nowsy letters from tho different correspondents as it would bo to get a letter from liome, but it is just as provoking that somoof them will get into a squabble and undertake to fight it out through the columns of a newspaper. I wonder that our kind editor lias bo much patienco with them. As I was looking for homo letters in my paper yesterday I espied a long ono from Guston, but to my chagrin nnd utter disgust it was another one of thoso lengthy replies to tho Brandenburg correspondent, concerning tho Alliance. Now my friend let mo insist that you ceaso quarreling and give us all the news, do us tho Irishman did when tbo calf butted him over, and when bo told bis brother Miko about it, bo asked what did you say Pat 7 Faith and bo Jasus, I didn't say nary n word but kept a divil of n thinking. If you havo a disease similar to the following, try the samo remtdy and see if it does not curo you. "My wifo lind inilamation of the bladder for about fivo years. I tried everything I could think of to reliovo her, but failed to do so ; even our family physician failed to benefit her any. At last I purchased Lightning Kidney nnd Liver Uemedy, and am glad to say that after the first Grandison Whitfield, of Uosevillo, N. doso my wifo was relieved, and now C, is 54 years of nge, has been married after taking only two bottles of said remx children. Nottwice, and has thirty-siedy, is entirely well. Lightning Kidney withstanding all his opportunities, Soloand Liver Uemedy cured her." mon of old could not bent that. I. W. Lo.no, Cartnight, Ky. An old bachelor, of Dcs Moines, la., For sale by nil druggists. advertised for a wife, nnd not receiving any reply, he committed suicide. The SHE LIVES AMID FLOWERS AND only instanco on record where advertisSUNSHINE. ing did not meet with favorable results. It costs $2.44 per word to send a tele- But Thinks of Her Old Kentucky Home. gram from Washington to Chili, nnd the cost of President Harrison's recent ulti Colusa, Cai.., Feb. 2, 1892. Fuie.ni matum to that government was about John Thanking you nnd somo friend, $2,500. Ho could havo gono down thero who bo kindly remember to Bend mo tho News, I wish to ask you to pleaso change and talked to them cheaper. You don't want a toinid liver. You my address to this placo as it is my don't want ntiad complexion. You don't homo now. We are here in tho midst want a bad breath. You don't want a of sunshino and ilowcrs on tho banks of Then uso DoWitt's Littlo tho Sacramento river; while looking East headache. or West not far away, seemingly, wo seo Early Uisers, the famous littlo pills. tho "beautiful snow," on tho Sierras Sold by Snort & Haynes. Capt. Edward Turpin shot nnd killed and Coast Uangcs, truly wo havo a vario-t- y of climate in sight. I greatly rejoice William M. Carter at Gallatin, Tenn., ono day last week. Thoy fell out over n in tho prosperity of tho grand old homo girl, fifteen years ngo, and tho killing town nnd tho individual prosperity of was tho end of the quarrel. They aro my friends. Wishing all health and happrominent and wealthy men. Men, liko piness. I remain as ever your friend. Eunico E. T. Horl. dogs, will sometimes fight. It is nn established fact that DoWitt's Report of New Bethel School. Littlo Early Uisers havo an enormous Tho following is u report of Now Beth sale, and why ? Simply because thoy aro pleasant in taking ant happy in re- el School, for the entire session of fivo sults. A pill for tho multitude. Sold months, ending Feb. 12th. General average is based on class reciby Short & Haynes. tation and deportment. A bill lias been introduced into tho Sj llettie Herulnck, United States Senate, requesting tho Sj James Dejerncttc, President to return to Mexico tho flags, 8s Willie Williams, Raymond l'ate, 87 captured by our troojo during tho war 87 llobcrt L. Dejernctte, of 1848, Hero is another chance for litS3 T. Zaddle Allen, of himself. tlo Forakor to make an ass SS Bttie l'ate, John Sherman reported tho bill favorThomas Names, S9 Cora Jordan, ably. A dog in St. Louis, named Frank, chows tobacco, and tho papers havo Mamie Hawkins, Mattie Withers, c to place a certain nmount of adver-tlsln- e for you In tho way wo think will do you tho most good, you should eend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make suitable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive alt tho attention that It requires. If you wisb ai7 aIverti5crr)er;t yourcon-clderation, prepared and n. plan of advertising marked out : to uo told what papers you should use, nnd what tho cost will bo, wo will furnish tho advertisement and tho plan either or both, and submit them for together with our bill for tho service. For preparing Will ho given to the first person on tho ticktwo ets. AU ballots 'must ho accompanied by one year's subscription to The Dukckex-ninaNews at only SI, nnd must bo written on a sepernto pieco of papor from that containing order for subscription. Old subscribers will bo required to pay all past dues and renew for ono year in advance. Now is your timo to subscribe nnd vote. E 18 1024 10 28 1034 10 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 1152-- Haweslllc Petrlc l'alcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Stanley Cloverport Shops Sklllman 1001 967 9 44 933 9 20 920 915 9 09 631 626 618 613 610 667 663 6 40 630 622 515 511 6 05 1060 1102 1111 861 8 37 8 27 1207pm 1210 1227 1230 1246 448 4 35 4 25 4 0. 1123 1131 Owensboro Mnttlngly 815 800 7 65 7 37 7 29 413 1140 1165 104 1 11 WorthlnBton Spottsvlllc 365 3 37 3 29 12 03pm 1220am 123pm ar.Heudcrs'n Iv 715im 315pm Ilaskctts LouisYi'le,Hardinsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. U, 1891. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, advertiscrrKrjt?, electrotypes and estimates the advertiser pays us. For the expense of placing advertisements and watching the fulfillment of contracts wo nro paid by a commission allowed by tho publisher of tho paper la which the advertisement appears. nil tho ins and outs of advertising without nnv rnsfc or trouble, rend I'ltiNTEns' Ink regularly, carefully, studiously; Issued weekly, 82 a year. If you wish a completo cataloguo of nil newspapers, send $5 for tho American Uewspapcr Directory. For any further information address GEO. P. ROWEL.L. & Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Jno. D. Balitoge, Cloverport, Ky. PUBLISHER, If you want to lean? Kast Hound Trains West Pound Trains Dally Daily Daily Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 No. 8 No. 1 11 30am Lv Irvlnjton Ar 9 30am Gartfeld 12 10pm 8 35 12 25 Ilarned 815 12 42 7 60 Hardlnsburi; 118 Kirk 715 . 7 05 Jolly ' 130 6 41 Olendeane 148 Dempster 034 155 2 15pm ar Pullsuough lv 6 Hani 260 314 3 29 4 00pm 3 02 GREGORY & CO,, Headquarters for Askins Oaks ArFordtvllleI.v Itockvnle. Kuth 664 5 29 6 21 6 00 445ain C., i ? Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel,. Plaster Hair, THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIH LINE, (L. E. & ST. L. R. IU) 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. SHORTEST, QUICKEST , AMD IJKST LINK TO Dp. HULL'S facilitates Xtttltlnu nr Pine & Popiar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alOrders acways kept on hand. i d. .louis, .uvansviiie AND ALL POINTS South-Wes- t. OinUr all druggists, rrloo 25 eta. companied by cash prompt ly tilled. West and Tine-Car- d THE HEW WEBSTER in Effect Deo, I. i Dill I 9 O CuresCoughs, DUUL Q Bronchitis, Asthma, f(Tl I O U 0 u g h, W J W A n Incipient and - CV B? 13 V ail1VW r druggists. At Prico25cts. Colds, Croup, Whooping 1 1 Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m,B:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 " ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m. Evanivllle 2:25 " For further Information, oall on or address, R.A CAMPBELL, o reConsumption, lievos Consumptiv.o persons. Qen'l Pats. Ag't, Kvanayllo, Ind WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY SUCCnSSOlt OF'TitU UNATimnOKD. nnil lionet irnm mivi-- t niwur. A GRAND.INVI r J. B CAMPBELL, D P. A. Loulivl)l,Ky City Ticket Offlco, S. W. Cor. Th rd .t Main Sts Louisville, Ky. pOHlgs1 fcE rtH IlntI tho Desired EfTcctl II (UnnoLiro.N, IBS Tvirevury Family i nu ociiuui. whole columns, minutely describing how ho manipulates his quid. Now, that is nothing so very strango j wo know several, with various nnmes, that not only chow tobacco, hut aro addicted to tho whisky habit as well. Dr. Woods introduced n resolution in tho Kentucky Legislature last Monday, which provides for an assessment of property only every four yenrs. It was a now economic idea, and struck that august body rather favorably. It would save us just $1.50 a year if thoy would do away with it entirely. Emperor William, of Germany, lias declared his intention of visiting tho World's Fair. Ho is a littlo fearful, though, that when ho gets back ho will find no Gorman Empire Children will disobey when a parent's back is turned, nnd tbo Emperor should bo careful who he leaves in the nursery. John A. Anderson was arrested in Cleveland a couple of weeks ugo, charged with bigamy. Since his incarcerawives havo cropped out tion twenty-ninin different parts of tho country, nnd the mountain counties are yet to hear from. Ho is a sure 'nough Joo John, o Krncst l'ate, Jenny Ilames, Dennle Miller, Alvln Staples, William Adkissnn, James Seaton, Dickie Miller, William Seaton, Jessie l'ate, 91 91 9.1 93 94 94 95 95 97 Thoso falling below 85 aro not placed on this Uoll of Honor. Samuel F, DeJeunett. teacher. I highly rooommeud Pastor Xoonlg'g Korv ronlo to anybody that lias sulloroa (rom haulaoho as my son did for 5 years, because two bot tles or ma modiolne cured turn. jsi. uanu ue. Washinqtoh, D. O., March 0, 1691. For 8 years I had feellngB that I can hardly describe. I would reel at tunes that I was surely dying, or havo presentiments that something dreadful itas about to happen; since taking l' as tor Koenlg's Nerve Tonio I have felt like a dlfferint person. It Is a wonderful medicine. mia. AdNES bHKA. LonuiTO, Ky., Marsh 2, 1631. Koonig's Toulo forejil-leps- y ot years' standing, and It workod liko charm on me, alter several doctors did mo no good. Your medicine is perfection. U O. VAN CLEAVE. Green Co.. UL, Nov., '83. Tho work of revision acrupleil over ton years, moro thiiii u humlruil mil tor being empliiycil. anil ovcr 8aoil,OOi) 1'amplilct Bent frco by t!io publUlicri. CAUTION is needed la riurcliatlns n dictionary, as hotograplla reprints cf nil obsolete nnd comparatively worthless edition cf Webster nro bclni? marketed under various names and often by misrepresentation. Tlio Internationa), vtlilch bears Imprint nf O. C. MKKUIAM & CO., I'ubllsliers, Springfield, Mass., U. H. A. cxii'inlil bcforoflmtcopyunsiirlnteil. OY ALL DOOKSELLtFlS. SOLD GETTMEDEST, Rpoyigisgg Sclentlflo AmerlcSri Agency for I havo taken 1'astor S YOU WAMT ONE OF THE Report of Ephesus School. Tho following is tho report of the school at this placo closing the fivo months term, January 22nd. Dclphos Ilarned, Eddie Scott, Peyton Scott, 95.6 FREE THIS pastor KoenlR. ot Fort Wayne, ind. since s now prepared under nu direction by the A Valuable Boole nn Norvons jjimuuo sent rroo to tnr wares, nil poor patients csn slra obuin oi cimrKC tills meiliciiio remedy bss been prepared by the Iteverend CELEBRATED CORSET UD uo xBTO. and JACKSON WAISTS. OMIV BT THI 9).s 93.) 91.6 91.4 91,3 89.6 89.5 87.5 Allie Wcatherholt, Itepsle Suldcr, Lewis Slielman, Clarence Macy, , Oscar Snider, largo Hlio, KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. SoldbrDrninrlitsatSlperDottlo. O for 85, 81.70. O Jackson Corset Co. LHUICa tn w onr Stiff mid lllgld Corsets, aro I At! ICQ wUo Bottles for 0. " Jackson, Mich. I'refornot NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! Make jour orders by the lit of October and we will furnlih you any kind of l'leatant l'ayne, lleber Uoberts, Minnie Ilrock; ftj.4 80.1 85.6 Krncst Drltkell, Laura Tuber, 854 Amos lilack, 85.3 Our Uoll of Honor docs not includo 85 general avor- thoso making less ngo. Andrew Diuskki.i,, teacher. Tutrix T33.BI3ES. BMAZiIi TEIffliS, Invited to try thain. They aro approved by physicians, endorsed by uivas Miiiiiura, nuti ri-ommondod by every lady tint thus worn thorn. ESKD FOB CIECULAH. TRADE MARKSJ PATENTtfl COPYRIGHTS, otoJ For Information and free Handbook wrlto to MUNN & CO., S61 11ROACWAT. NEW YOBK. oureau patents in America oiaeai nalnnfc tor securing n la brnilffht befon lCvfirv tskAn nut hv the public by uotlco given Xrco of cliargo Iu ttai OBSIDN UAVcnisi i cfmntik jkmxim Largest circulation of any scientific paper In Ul world. Bplendldlr Illustrated. No lntelllo roan should.be without It, Woekly. 3.00j Tcari lmj six montns. Address Munn X i VuDUauxus, SSI Uroadway. Mew York. cured nt home v out pain. Uookofj t CU an sent VM SHRUBSi tcO. ZACK. GREEN, Manager llardinsburg Nursery, HAUDIKSDUna, KV ian E. 13. 0SB0RN, Southern Agent, OO nndWtlikeyHa lUI.WOOLLKY.i RICHARDSON BLOCK, Unvauori Wanted. CHATTANOOSH, TENN. Atlanta, Ua. offlco xoiKVYhli