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CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1892. THREES. ff OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. il fn l Keep jour Imilness and Incidentally yWr- elf before the pnbllc. Don't depend tlicm to discover you. 11 I HI r I Ai $ OL XVI. NQ. 83r To throw nHido j' tho purpose of keeping our busincs beforo tho pubWe know wo lic during 1892. have tho Vr. have engaged this space Model s--t MI si r- -9 ElevaJfor Of tho State, located in a fine wheat section and wo want to spread the news, wherever, wheat and corn arc found and Hour and meal arc consumed so that all may have tho advantage of our Superior Facilities In supplying themselves with We can not toll you all about our business in this ad, but wo ask you to watch futuro issues of this paper "Dr write us for further information. Irvington Milling IRVINGTON, KY. I) Co., ( I Louisville, St TIME-SCHEDUL- Louisl Texas R :sro. E is. J, Co, '1'ukiiisr I'.lfoct At 5:00 oclcl: A. H, Wednesday July 29. '51 W 53 Bound Traini j,,6,1, Eatt Bound Tratni M MaUA Esprls Kxpr'. Dally Dally xpr's Dally G25pm Kpr's Dally 7 45ain 4 STATIONS 640 7 20 7 24 7 47 7 57 800 8 41 8 4,', 0 00 807 817 8 27 8 37 908 017 9 21 OOSpn Iv.Un'n Dp'Uar 110 860 Kentucky fat. 12 45 805 West Point 1205 1202pm 8 82 Howard 1145am 7 47 Hock Haven 7 40 Longllranch 11 88 7 31 llrandenburB 11 W 7 27 Meade Spring. 11 92ti 9 34 9 44 847 855 Utfi 952 1000 10 111 Custon Irvington Webster Stephensport Addison Holt lUwesvllle l'etrie a Kkron 011 9 21 925 930 i 9 43 951 01 lOlO 10 18 1028 1034 . US5 10 60 1162-r- 1015 10 2J 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 Tierce SL...ple 1119 1111 1102 1063 1045 1033 h 7 23 715 655 6 48 6 40 10 SO Cloverport Shops Sklllman Kjrteoii Cayce 1023 1018 1015 1001 957 9 9 9 9 44 631 626 618 613 610 557 563 5 40 33 20 20 1102 1111 1121 1131 1207pm 1216 1227 Owensboro I.ewfsport Power. Pates 915 9 09 851 8 37 8 27 530 6 22 515 511 505 4 48 4 35 4 25 355 11110 1245 Sjxittsvflle 337 104 1165 3 29 Itasketts 12 05pm 111 1220am 1 23pm ar.Henders'n lv 715am 315pm 236 Stanley' Worthlngton 815 8 0(3 7 55 7 37 7 29 413 4 01 Louisvi'le,Hardinsburg TAKING I &. Western R. R. 29, I Ho. 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY 1891. East Pound Traln West Hound Trains Dallj Dally Dally Dally ex bun. ex bun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex bur. No. 2 No. f No.S No. 1 11 30 nn I.v Irvington Ar 9 30am Garfield 835 1210pm 815 Harned 1225 llardlnsburg 750 1242 715 Kirk 7 05 Jolly 130 I 148 1 55 2 16pm 260 329 J 3 02 3 1( 4 00pm ar I'allsflough lv 6 Ham 654 llockvale 6 23 Huth 5 21 Asklns 5 00 Oak. ArFordsvillel.vl 4 45am GlcmUune Dempster 644 6 34 THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala (L. E. & LI, ST. L. R. II.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and , Timo-Cir- d in Effect Seqt. 1899, Lv. LouliTllla 8:10 a.m.. .9:1 5 p.m...4:2J p.m. ArrSt. Louti 7:40 "...7:40 " Ey&mvllle 1:25 " 10;iSp.m For further Information, call on or addren R.A CAMPBELL, Oen'l j. B CAMPBELL, P". Ag't, Evnivll'e, Ind Sti Louisville, Ky. D P. K, T.MjIs.lib.K) City Ticket Office, 8. W. Cor. Th rd & Main PILES Alf AKE51S " Blvca Instant relief and U an infnlllblo Cure for l'ilrs. Prloojl. 11 frte. Address"ANAKEhl8 liox Slid, Nuw York City. ttml uTiTI myself "ill Cunftte ulITl RFerS oiaa. tho search with his men till they ha cleaned out the neighborhood. "It won't look like business." he said, 'to NEWS COMES FROM LOUISVILLE have six strong, well armed men going THAT THE ACME COMPANY, up to the court house with a couple of ALSO, WILL BE MAKING such creatures as theso," and he motioned nt Bell anil myself with his pipe. BRICK HERE WITHIN This proposition was agreed to. and NINETY DAYS then Mr. Calhoun sent for a lantern, and OOPYRIQHT BY AMERICAN PRMS AS8O0IATION I80L conducting Bell and myself to a smokehouse lie told us to go in and keep quit't. Wo Only Need The Ideal Now To an order which we obeyed without a Have Four of a Kind. AniTnow I ncemud to side with word. After a few minutes Holland and I nwmred him tlmt hlsrt'cuutlon our host appeared again, and a black wis right nnd reasonable, hut I urged itt man who accompanied them threw down Clovcrportcrx, llcnil Aud Ilcjntce. men the same time thnt it win hard for on the smokehouse floor a bundle of fn-- ' who were good soldier, mill who hud der, which we were told was to bo our Sunday mornTho Courier-Journn- l, been wounded und lost their health in bed. ing, in n long article, in which it the nervieo, to be treated like ilewrtera "You'll be locked in," said Holland, asserted nnd conclusively proved Hint and thieves Uvery dny'H delay short"and the first of you that shows a sign tho most economical and scrvicablo I ened onr furlough, and to prove it of getting out will find u bullet in his pavement of tho future, would bi made showed him the papers I had prepared head." of vitrified brick, nnd after enumerating at Dillard's They were in proper form The door was fastened with a padlock, they were wnterpoaked and had all the and then the men went off. leaving no tho individual citizens of Louisville, who evidence of having been issued by Major guard that we could hear ontslde. It have invested a largo portion of their Hnger at Poeotaligo three weelw before was as dark r.n it well could be. and the wenlth in tho Acmo Company, lias this North heat was intensified by the odor of ran- to say of Cloverport nnd her brick indusWe belonged totheThirty-oi'ventCarolina, tint had been detailed, while cid bacon aud creosote. It did not take try: These gentlemen, for a year past, at Wilmington, for battery service fur us long to decide that it would be im- havo wisely and thoroughly investigated thcr down the coast. prudent for us to attempt to get out of tho matter, and Bccured nbout fifty ncres Holland mid other looked over the the smokehouse that night. "But." of land, near Cloverport, in tills State, papern. and II they doubted my Btory it said Bell, "if you could play downright which perhaps contains tho largest dewus not indicated at that time. Hut one sick tomorrow they might let up on us posit of tho very best quality of Blinle, or middle aged man with a long beard and so us to give us a chance." My appear- material for making vitrified brick, to bo country. The found nnywhero a campmeeting cast of countenance, ance was in my favor. I was far from mntcrinl not only in tho initio greatest exists asked very solemnly: I determined being in good health and abundance, but is accessible both by rail "Is it not the rule to furnish transporto try it, and wo went to sleep: but it was nnd river, as tho railroad runs through tation to men who are fttrlonghedy" only to wak" up again and ngain in the tho land, cutting immediately through As this was one of the questions I had course of the long, black night with a tho shale beds, while tho land extends J replied with n prepared for in advance. feeling of awful depression and the con- to the river, with tho channel of the the Kentucky sido affordbow: sciousness that wo wero being slowly Ouio river on for shipping by river from ing facilities, "1 see, sir, yon are well acquainted suffocated t. death. the company's lands at all seasons of the with the service. We did have transThe sun had been shining through tlm wo'll ns by rail. Tho land alportation to Italeigh. and the quarter 8mokehousu nacks for an hour or more, year, ns a splendid gas well of tho best ready has master there would have seen us through when the door was opened by one of quality of natural gas sufficient to operas far as he could, but we lost our papers, Holland's men und a refreshing current ate the plant with a yield or output of everything but the actual furloughs und of air blew in A black man brought us nbout 50,000 bricks daily, with another Uranchvillo Then we some breakfast, which we were per well sunk nearly to tho depth requited a little money, at knew that vo must either go back and mitted to eat sitting in the doorway for a liko supply of natural gas, besides lose time or be arrested as deoerters unci We were about to be locked up again some of the best coal mines in tho State lose more time, so we made up our minds when I begged the man to have us taken in tho vicinity of Cloverport. thus securto take to the woods and get home in that to BOiue place where there was fresh air ing an nbundnnco of the cheapest and way That is why we are here. Now and urging t.iat I was sick, us in truth 1 best fuel known for tho manufacture of Tho vitnilctl gentlemen, we do not fear arrest; indeed, was. He said he would see about it. year pastbrick. sinkingcompany has lor a shafts and testing been You then locked us in and went away wo have done nothing to merit it He tho mnterial, and, in every practicable, can search tw if you will" came back Roon, saying he had iiermis-elo- precautionary way, step by step, deter'Search Here Holland Interrupted. to take us to the stable. Hero we mined tho character nnd resources of I h Can't we see you ain't got no were sent up to a loft, and I asked the their property and its comparative adhorses about your clothes?' At which man on guard below if he could not bend vantages with tho best and most successspeech the others broke into a roar of for a doctor, but he said, "It wouldn't ful vitrified brick nianufuturing establishlaughter, while I breathed easier, for had be no uso, for thar was only one doctah ments in tho country. Thoy havo prothey searched me they would havo found this side of Abbevillo, nnd he was dead ceeded on the wiso and safe course make liasto slowly, mnko no mistakes in my trousers pocket the memorandum down on horse thieves." that should bo avoided, and needlessly book given me by Tnrner's adjutant, We were kept in the loft all day, a a to no money. Lntoncho, in Itichmond, and this was man with Ids long limiting rifle between Theso gentlemen have, ns a result of now pretty full of notes, indicating my his knees sitting on a box at the foot of their eminently sensible, course, raised a nnd giving a brief dallv prison experience tho ladder. After we had had our sup- subscription of $40,000 for tho purpoBQ of record of om doings since our escape per and just be'fore dusk tho guard was erecting their plant and successfully con nearly three weeks beforo. relioved by an elderly man, who came ducting tho business with amnio capital After talking apart with his companprovided, in addition to his rifle, with a on a cash basis. Every dollar of tho ions for some time Holland came back book plant and a lantern. During the day we monoy required to carry on this Louis-villcitizens of nnd said: got a good idea of our bearings, nnd lias been subscribed by stock of tho comand none of tho t'l reckon gents, you'll havo to come when we saw our guard and realized along: we can't nfford to take no risks. the fact that we wero at least 000 feet pany is for sale. The Acmo Company will at onco proIf you're all right, why. well nnd good from the house, our spirits rose. We for you: nnd if you ain't all right, well tried to talk to tho old gentleman, but ceed to erect its plant in the most substantial modern manner, having a mininnd good foi us." he was very reticent, and finally told us, 50,000 vitrified "But where do you propose to take with anger in his voice, that we must mum capacity of expect to havo brick it runper day, nnd thoy us?" I asked not bother him. ning within the next ninety days, when "To the court house." He rested his riflo against the ladder, they proposo to bo ready to furnish "Where is that?' hung the lantern just' above the box, iouisvillo and other cities with itrified "Abbeville court honso; it's nigh 'bout then adjusted his spectacles and began paving brick equal in every respect, if fifteen mile from liar, nnd the jail's comIt to read. About 10 o'clock Mr. Calhoun not superior, to any made elsewhere.busifortable. So there's no way but to come mean came out with a decanter and a glass, is evident these gentlemen and show and propose to develop right along." nnd after drinking he told tho guard ness, Tho men mounted. Bell offered a vig- that he would relieve him at midnight. what Kentucky can and will do in this orous protest und 1 tried to make light But tho old man protested that he could new field oftoindustry. All tho Indicagreat success and profittions point of the whole nffair, though my heart "stick it out ns well as them brave boys able residts, and the city will doubtless in my boots," and wo started was "down who had to stand picket duty nil night," havo tho ndvuntago of tho cheapest, best off, tho horsemen formed in front and nnd, warming up with his second glass, and most accessible vitrified brick marrear, as if we were a braco of tho most he asked as a favor net to be relieved ket to draw her supply from of any city daring criminals. till daylight. This was finally agreed in tho world. As it was now about tho middle of tho to, and, after leaving the decanter and Tho Officers of tho company aro: afternoon it wonld be impossible for us glass within reach, Mr. Calhoun said Charles 11. Long. President; Fred to make tho distance on foot beforo 0 or "Good night. Squire," nnd left, Hocrtz, Vico President; Attilla Cox, Louis Summers, Secre10 o'clock, aud although Bell and I could "Hit's mighty promisin," wns Boll's Treasurer, and negotiating now for tho have traveled fast enongh if thero was whispered comment on this proceeding tary. Thoy aro anything to be gained by making n run Our guard read, looked at his watch oc- services of ono of tho most compctant we chose to go along slowly. Holland casionally, nnd to our great delight he and experienced practical vitrified brick country. tried several times to urgo us into a helped himself several times from the makers in tho In connection with tho above, it is faster gait: the others, with more hu- decanter. Bell, who was nearest tho ladmanity, protested that wo were doing der, began to snore about 11 o'clock, proper to state, thnt samples of vitrified onr best, nnd one of them said, with a and our guard laid aside his book and brick wero recently put to tho severest motion of his whip at myself: paced the iloor like a man in profound tests at Louisville, theso samples furnish"It looks to mo pownhful likes if that meditation. After a time lie returned to ed by quito n number of manufacturers, boy would gin plum out before we've tho box and sat down He yawned, and three samples distanced all competigone half the distance." Ho was a kindstretched out his legs, got up. took anhe did not other drink, first holding the decanter tion. These thrco were, tho Cloverport, noticed that ly man, but Poroffer to take mo up behind or to give me between his eyes nnd the lantern, then tho Smith & Porter, and the John ter, tho last two from West Virginia. a turn in his saddle. ho sat d6wn and rested his elbows on his The country wo passed through was knees and his gray chin on his upturned Tho Cloverport brick wero fully up to settlement." It palm. known as "the Calhoun tho highest standard of tho successful had been the homo of the great Nullifier I had fallen off Into a dozo, when Bell samples, and wero declared to bo of the nnd so might be called "tho cradle of se- shook me nnd whispered, "Fasten yer quality demanded by tho city authorities cession." J nst before sunset we halted boots nbout yer neck and fuller me." He obtnlnnblo nnyat the plantation of Mr. Patrick Calhoun, had his knife between his teeth as ho nnd inferior to none, This insures tho whero in the country. gentleman, after a and that hospitable went softly down the ladder, following careful survey of Bell anil tnyhclf, in- ns silent us a shadow. Just as we reached position of tho Cloverport product in tho nnd is nn assurance to tho varivited the party to remain for supper the foot of the ladder the rifle fell with a innrkot The horses were taken to the stable and bang and tho guard started up. Before tho ous companies operating nnd about to wo were left on the wide piazza in cry could burst from his lips Boll seized begin operations here, that thoy will chnrge of a guard. A black woman him by the throat and felled him with n meet with success. brought us out an ample meal of bread powerful blow, then hissed, "By , if meat, milk and berries. you uns holler I'll bury this knife in yer It is almost beyond comprehension to Mr, Calhoun and the After supper heartl" think thnt ono mcllicino can possess guards came out and smoked and talked With the hitching ropes hanging from medicinal properties as with the greatest freedom ubout the the pegs it did not take us many minutes such wonderful war. They were very certain that Lee to bind nnd gag the man, using his own Lightning Hot Drops. It is an external had the best of it in Virginia, nnd they powderhom .or the latter purpose. Ho and internal medicine, nnd will reliovo were equally sure that, some line day made no outcry, and 1 feared he was all ailments for which it is recommond-ed- . "when he got good nnd ready," as our dead; but we had no time to bother Mr. George Jones, of Lima, S. O., host put it, ho would rise up and wipe about that. We extinguished the lan- says: ''Lightning Hot Drops saved my Grant and his army off the fuco of the tern, and again 1 had to beg Bell not to life. I had rheumatism and was laid up earth. Affairs in Georgia did not please burden himself with a rifle, and ho for a long timo and could not walk. these gentlemen. They discussed Sher- agreed, with n surly oath. After using dozen bottles in all, I am man and "Joe" Johnston with an intelli Thero was no timo for discussion, no gonco that showed that they know the need to speak. Barefooted, wo hurried sound and well." All druggists Boll and proper thing to do a great deal better from tho stable and made for tho north- will tell you all about it. 25, and 5Cc than the man In command. "Johnston west, and fortunately wo wero right na bottles. has lost his grip." "He's never got over to tho direction. It wns not tilt we had tho wound the Yanks gave him in the gone about half a mile from the houso, Important Interest. too seven days' fight," "lie's Tho ngriculturnl interests nro of too stopping now and then to listen, but old; wo want a younger man:" but I without hearing any alarm, that wo great importance to tho prosperity nnd noticed that they never once took into broke into a run. It was not the flight porpotuitjr of our government to bo consideration that Sherman had n of men demoralized by fright Tho nrbitrary moneWo lightly treated. stronger and better army, tary policy of our government, adopted knew that everything depended on husThough nil tho speakers Boemed to feel banding our strength and keeping on at nt tho closo of the war, hoa brought certain of winning in the end, there was a gait that, undor the circumstances, wo upon tho furmora tho distressed conan undertone of sadness nnd depression could have maintained tor a, day dition which has ongondorod so much In their voices that told they were hostility nnd unrest among tho agriculTO DE CONTINUED. whipped If the men at the front were tural class. Thoy rcnlizo what has boon not. Prom the war the talk drifted to tho effect of this legislation upon their the gangs of deserters then plundering Tho great question of tlio day ; "How Industry that it is forcing thom into the planters, and they said that these to keep tho Irish dynamlto excitement bankruptcy and poverty, robbing them outlaws wore mountaineers from Ren in a manngenblo condition." Easy of tholr long chorishod homesteads tucky and Tennessee who had deserted ancestry. each man a bottle of Dr. handed down by thoir and were now proving themselves n onough. Give Grungo Master Rhone. greater curse than the Yankees. "The Bull's Cough Syrup. Prico 25 cts. Tuo triumph of tho ngo Salvation only thing to do with these wretches." Farmers' organizations of nil kinds liniment, for twonty-ftv- o urgod our host, "in to shoot them down Oil, a first-claappear to favor tho election of president or hang them up liko dogs as slfcm as cents. nnd United States sonators by popular they aro caught." voto. Oraugo, Allianco and Association The same authority was sure that The bull for the Democratic Nutioiuil conventions which havo mot rocontly thero woro fully a hundred of these Convention nt Chicago will bo constructhavo Included In tho resolutions adopted "outlaws" then hiding in tho Abbeville ed so na to seat 15,000 pcoplo. ono to that effect. district, and he advised Holland to leave A PRISONER Dow &. 1$ Sp that old stovo and Ilaokcty pieco of 5- -" Good I i And como to our houso and purchase something that is durable and cheap. of all and our prices mako PURNITUREi AVo Our goods aro withiirtbe :.m yj rjh' . it possiblo for every household to bo will furnished, both in tho kitchen, anil are tho money savers on Furniture, Stovj Flol-Inn- is1 0 GCCI2Q DDCOOCCDeDOQGCCCCCaa lime the parlor. Don't buy a thing until you get our prices. and Farmer's Supplies. t 033333333233333 3JJ13 k nrvrT t OrHiKjlALir$ m ill CO nun ) v " -- y yi j . TOBACCO, 1 'K ,y & EICE, 0 Hi h SODA, SHOT. POWD LOADED SHEL1 FLOUR : and -- (J I CO m :- i a333333aa333ZiJ3Jjj3i33aaa - Ladt op toh House Do you still liko our; Charter Oak Stovo as well as when we first cot It. Marv? Hkkvant Oh. oTcry bit as well, Ma'am &ady of tub House I am expecting n. friend to tnko dlnnerwithus next week, on purpose to shw brr how nleo our stovo cooks everything, and I want you to havo a ntco dinner lor us. HKitVAKT indeed! will, Ma'am. Thero'sno trouble to cook nleo with that store. The TTlro Ga tixo Oven lioors makes It so much easier than other stoves I havo been used to, and I havo so much moro time to make everything Just right. Just look at that roll I 1 novel havo bad luck with bread, biscuits or cake, now. Lad v or tub Housk Why, how do you explain It ? Bkkvant Well, I don't havo to watch everything so close for fear It will burn. You know how careful you havo to be w 1th a bakrd custard, it Is so apt to burn on top before It Is baked through. The Charter O.ilc bake It perfectly without any danger ot burning. And then In roasting a turkey, I don't havo to keep basting It every Ave minutes. It roasts beautifully brown without It. and without drying It up like the tight oven do. And you know how crisp tin biscuits aro w Ithout being h.iruand tough. You always praised my biscuits, but If It wasn't foi tho wire gauze oven door I know they wouldn't I e near as nice. I hope I'll cover havo to cook any wliero again where they haven't got a Charter Oak Stove orUlaoce. MEAJiV Vr SUGAR, coffee; MOLASSJ 033333333333303333331: J HENSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, $c DEJERNETTE, HARDINSBURG, OUR JANUARY SPBClAIr SHIM Dress Shirts ! uw ! rwi x.r . CLEARING SALE f Is now in full blast. o, ' &-- ' m Plain or Pique Bosoms, good quality, well made and perfect fitting, at SI. 00, $1.25 & SI. 50. A"large stock of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS Full Dress Shirts and SHOES :- Latest styles of Piquo and Embroidered Bosoms open front and back, in all sleeve lengths, at $1.50 & $2.00. NOTIONS, GROCERIES :- GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS DRESS GOODS UNDERWEAR A' TTvonnlT Porpnlfi PsViirt.s ! at Bottom Prices. For the next sixty days wo offer special inducements to1 our trado and those who come first get the pun. j" i All tho latest Spring Patterns, elegant varity, $1.00, $1.25 & $1.50. Unlaundried Shirts ! All-Lin- Good quality Muslin, Bosoms, reinforced front and back, at $1.00. WITT $c ME AD OR, HARDINSBURG, KY. ft Unlaundried Shirts 3tfTtG$-ttt&r&-5S-ii3 i HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- 7 1 M E. O. Utica, Nonpareil Muslin, Linen Bosoms, handmade button holes, equal Shirt, to any cuatom-madopen front and back, at 50 and 75 cts. fine o & BRO.. East Main St., 1 JNO. D. BABBAGE, BABBAGE, Manager. Obituary. Hiisrc3 - iisrEs; From I CLOVERPORT, KY. The Pansy, to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL Died in Derby, Ind., on tho 24th of Tho Mnrcli Pansy opens with "A hapson of N. January, Johnnie F., py Littlo Girl," which, upon examining II. nnd M.H. Mitchell. The following contents, wo find suggestivo of s, tho entire lines were composed and contributed by many other happy girls nnd boys who his brother, Claude. will rend this admlrnblo number. Tho and Grist Mills, IIli angel fuco shown with a riiJI.tnt bright-net- 6tories by Pansy and Mnrgarct Sidney Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw Cnno Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machinos. move- along In that masterly fashion Which knew not ln nor dole j Machinery, Keop in Stock Now and Second-han- d That, like hU heart, beamed with spotless which marks tho writings of tho authors, whiteness, and its shorter stories, articles, sketches Pumps, Gum' and Leather Belting, Steam and Hand That burned within his soul. nnd verse, well sustnin tho opinion Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, He had tender white cheeks, oh so sweet. expressed whenevor Tlio Pnnsy Light curly hair and pntty blue eyes J Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Oils, mngnzlno is spoken of. Prico $1.00 n Delicate fingers and little rule feet, And all kinds' of Mill and Machine Supplies. Oh, so cute and so wise. yenr; 10 conta a numbor. D. Lothrop Hour by hour we felt his llfctldc flowing Company, publishers, Boston. and all business guaranteed to ho satisfactory. : 1 FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. Out to a brighter shoru And his face, so beautiful and glowing, Correspondence solicited. Some of tho herbs in Hall's Hair thnt wonderful preparation for restoring tho color and thickening tho growth of tlio hnir, grow plentifully in Now England. O-IVB Shining In a glory more. We watched his smile, while slumber's spell had bound him, As he sat on his PapVs knee ; We knew Ood's blessed angels ho end round TJS .A. CALL. him, I.ct us pray him In Heaven to sec. They smiled upon him but his thoughts were ss Some Of Us Will Be There. to us here on earth, to his home, the brightest spot In Hcaen, Hut Clubof Dea Moines, nro Tho Hawk-Ky- o Thnt bifore gave celestial birth. going to Chicago to tho National Convennot deem our darling boy could ever We did tion fivo hundred strong, and If nothing lave the loved he owned here, Or depart from those who would care for him happens, I expect to bo ono of thnt jolly forever, number, and if thero is any ono thero Kven for a brighter sphere. from old Breckcnridgo county I hopo to to live ; He was too sweet on this earth meet him. I am glad to noto tho ImSo Innocent and pure, provement in Cloverport and old BreckSadly and IoveI)wc had to give Him to a place where tlitrcare no troubles to cnridgo In guural. Wi h t'.o boit wishes endure, for.tho BuECKKsntiDOK Nkws and Demllut though we mourn In this bleak world of sorocratic victory'next Novombor, I romain "' . , , row, yours truly, Whe'C grief overwhelms Joy i We hope, In Heaven upon the bright J. L. IUniiv, Hedfiold, Towa. boy. To meet our angel m&L HAvnouA tired FEELING, LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, NOTHING -- tf r" V., .. Kt n LnHln of TEMON CIIILL ""' TON1U jHU two want a cnango u " ..... 1ASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? r...v.. "T' Chills, cry unequtfal. lwrvWood Purifier and Appetrj8 CWWrew lorn. EVERY DOTTLE GUAKAIN . Pisent na lemonade. I fttus For Sale by A. FISHER, OLOVERPOHTKYI i Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO 0. 1892. D. A VIRGIL O. IIAIIIIAGK, Kdltort and Till: President baa asked Congress for an additional appropriation of $6,000,000 to completo tho World's Fair exposition. BRANDENBURG. Quarterly Court was held hero Monday. Hon. Ben. Willett spent Sunday nt home. J. W. Lewis went to Louisvillo Wednesday. Mr. Miko Lyddan, Webster, was in town Monday. Mr, Troutmnn, of Concordia, was in town Saturday. Livers, of near Guston, was in town Thursday. , Mr. J. A. McGchoo was In liOulsville a few days last week. Dr. Wells and wife, of Paris, Ky., arc visiting relatives hero. Mr. William Dowel, of Stitli's Valley, was in town Saturday. Miss Emma English spent Sunday at homo with her parents. Mr. W. II. Richardson, of Louisville, was here tho first of last week. Mr. Gcorgo Frymirc, of Union Star, visited Judgo Woolfolk Sunday. Mr. Dan Brooks was hero looking nfter stock tho latter part of tho week. Mr. J. S. Moremon has accepted a position with tho Eureka Salt Co. Mr. Jack Trent visited his parents at Wolf Creek sovcral days last week. Mr. Gus Smith, of Fnirplny, Colorado, is hero visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Earnest Ditto, of McKinnoy, Texas is hero visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Dan Flora, of Anchorage, was homo on a visit Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Gcorgo Lyddan, of near Webster, visited our town tho first of tho week. Miss Anna Hay, of Louisville, spent Saturday nnd Sunday here with relatives Judge O. C. Fairleigh nnd wife visited nt Dr. llardins the latter part of last GUSTON. ' A XEWsi'AiT.n printed In the Sioux languago is called tho "Lina Sappa Proprietor. Wocckiyo Tacyaupaha." But wo don't "JlT., SI. I.. A: T. I.ocnl Tlnio Card. call it this morning. 10.01 a.m. Mall and Expreii going East it Just while Senator Hill was at Albany capturing tho Now York Stato delegation ii Weit ..10.01a.m. in his bchnlf for tho great Democratic Clovcland was Convention, at Ann Arbor, Michigan, delivering nn THE OTHER SIDE. address to tho students of that great uniUnlike tbo Democrats, the Republican versity, amid tho applause and enthusileaders, nro sanguine of asm of thousands. Outside of tho state Par'y nn( success in tliis Presidential business, and of New York, Cleveland counts his polito niako their calling nnd election Burc, tical admirers by the thousand. the-- wholo kith and kin of them have How's This. on Instructed to turn In at Minnennol- Wo Oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Ret is" with perfect harmony oil along the rJiucr Tho edict has gono forth, and Bro. ward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot ilarrison has said to then), one and nil. bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. ',. n you coino over to Minneapolis and go F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, acting tlia fool it will not prove O. healthy for any of you. So the good Re-We, tho undersigned, havo known F. publicans heeding the-- advice from head- J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and bequarters, and submitting to tlio will of lieve him perfectly honorable in all busit their superiors in all thines, more espe ness transactions nnd financially ablo to g cially In that of politics, havo been carry out any obligation mado by their low, with ono cyo open to the linn. Excepting the gyrations of West & Tiiuax, Wholesale Druggists, heiny. tho Hon. Gcorgo W. Jolly, Attiia Cox Toledo, O. Wadding, Ki.n.san & Marand p. few others here in Kentucky, wo vin, Wholcsalo Druggists, Toledo O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internaldon't know of a singlo rupture anywhere 'that will bo likely to dilTuso anything ly, acting directly upon the blood nnd but pcaco and harmony among tho Re- mucous surfaces of tho system. Prico publicans throughout tlicso great United 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. States. Not even bo great an event as the return of tho Hon. John J. Ingalls to DEPARTMENT. HABDIHSBURG Y Itcpublicanism in Kansas, seems to dis- . ... .. taro ttieir quiet serenity, ineywiii go, L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. 'nil of them to Minneapolis, demanding WEST. thorcnominntion of Benjamin Ilarrison, l'atsenger Dally O01NO lUnUnslurg.. 12:42 p.m. nrr. for President, and Moiton, of New York, GOINO KA8T. for Vice l'rcsiecnt, on the Republican 1'auenger Dally arr. HarJimlurg.. 7:50 a. in ticket "When that is done then what? Fresh bread at Hardin it Brown's throe Tho dear peoplo will be called upon in ytS" Overy quarter to look upon a great Re- times a week. public, formed and put into being, such Mr. Jesso Whitworth wont to Leitch-fiel- d ..as. none other on earth; n nation of Jast Friday. mighty possibilities, made so by the wis- Dr. II. C. Board has moved his olllco ilom, tho foresight, and by tho masterly over Beard & Heelers. ehioVfrments of tho Republican Tarty onions Cabbage, ... ..V. ........ ....,, v ..v- mlttinlifali.fl -4 ftml Tin (ltlinr 'Tlinv ..... lw ....... . .. .J. .v,.. and hominy irish potatoes,Brown's. kraut at Hardin it cveiy where to support this party, and Reuben Miller nnd Dr. Raffbrty, Clovgive it another lcaso of power, partly for Mo good it lias done, ond for its promis- - crport, were in town last Wednesday. Miss Maggie Smith has gone to Jolly's Jor the luturc. JUore, tlicy will refer iu iiiu pruBjiuruuB cuiiuiuuu ui muie, Station to take chargo of a school there. Sia Uiegrowfli of rmd the country's cnter- Miss Mattie Adkisson came down from a both public and private. The Irvington last Saturday and returned riioTican manuiacturcs, tncy say, nour- - Monday. isHe never before, nnd so too we say, at The Haitlinshurg Normal oilers a good tho exnense of tho noor man who is linr- - course for teachers. R. P. Shncklett, jtdened with a tax in tho shape of a pro- - Principal. l tectivotantt to keep them so. IhoywiU Tho cheapest and best mackerel on point you with pride to the admirable Two & Brown's. stafo'of our free institutions, and never the market at Hardin for five cents. 4nako the slightest reference to tho con- We want your produce. Bring all Seditions of that Force Bill. They will Tefer you again to their lovo for Ameri- your eggs, butter, chickens, etc., to us. can labor, which, they have never really Hardin & Brown. Mrs. Tom Ditto, who lias been visiting "benefitted, but greatly impoverished. jt& ofhis and a great (leal more they here, returned to her homo near BrandWlU veil us when thev return from enburg last Friday. Minneapolis, that which is not likely to Mr. T. C. Lewis went to Cincinnati interest anybody but the Republicans, last Thursday to purchase a big lot of 5ccauso tho remainder of us havo heard jowclry, musical instruments, etc. ' quite enough of it heretofore. Mrs. Lctitia Allen, of Chcnault, was But all signs point to tho hero last week soliciting nid from our of Ilarrison and the chances are cithums to build a church at that place. that it will be dono in a very orderly and John Alexander lias bought quiet loshlon. Aim tho Democrats can lx.-Meyer's, interest out his beat Tiro. Harrison, this time if thoy but in the mercantile business at Custer, bf down to their work right, at Chicago. It will take good generalship, and a bit Ky. Lee Meyer was in town last week tryof patience to get the boys in line, but when they are onco fairly started, and ing to purchase Mr. Roland Smith's ininovo upon tho White House they'll get terest in Smith it Busby's livery busiit. At least that is the way wo feel ness. about it this morning. When you come to town stop at tho new jewelry store. The largest stock of The Kentucky Legislature has 'refused jewelry, musical instruments and novelto pass the Fiscal Court bill, a measure ties kept in town. T. C. Iuwis. that was introduced to dispense with the Mr. Robert Zimmerman, who helped present Court of Claims in the several to put up tho new jail, was hero last counties. "When it comes to making Saturday shaking hands with his old laws that the masses of the peoplo will friends. Ho is still with McDonald Bros., appreciate, this legislature dpesn't seem and will probably go to Uawesvillo to to be in it. "Wo don't recall a half dozen work on tho new jail tltere. acts that they have passed of any Hon. D. II. Severs came down from moment, yet they have been in session Frankfort last Monday. When asked now more than sixty days. about our new judicial district, he said lie thought it would bo composed of tho Tun State Executive Commitee will counties of Hancock, Bicckenridge, .meet about tho 18th of May to deter- Meade, Hardin and Grayson. mine the time and place for holding the Charley Upton, who was brought here next State Convention, and also to determine the basis of representation in that borne time ago nnd put in jail, charged with being nn accomplice of Henry convention. Gnrrett in tho robbery of Beard it Co's., storo, passes his hours in jail very comThe verdict of tho jury at Columbus, Ind., sentencing L. X. Goldsmith to the placently. It is said that they will hardjienitcntiary for five years, for tho kill- ly make a caso against Upton, nnd ho is ing of Itobort T. Skillman, has been de- waiting very patiently for Circuit Court clared null and void, and a new trial to conveno when he expects to go freo again. ordered. '( Local freight ii Expreu " Bait " Weit " Eait Wet -1- 0.-I4 a.m. 6.57 p.m. - 8.46 p.m. 11.19 a.m. I' L -- lay-.Jn- L ..... .. - Health of tho community above par. Mr. Nick Hell says ho is an Alliance mnn from end to end. Joo Ashcraft left last Wednesday for Lebanon, Ohio, where ho will attend school. J. B. Smith, Henry Neafus and Will Ashcraft were all in Louisvillo on business last week. Mrs. Mary Child and her two daughters, Miss Lillio and Hattie, were visiting in tho northern part of tho township n few days last week. Mr. Juko Nail, of Island Station, made a business trip to this vicinity last week. Ho offered Lon Cowloy $000 for his young Denmark stallion, and probably will buy him nt $050. o Mr. I). D. Lnngford, 0110 of tho Missionaries, was in this vicinity last week proclaiming thnt gospel. Mr. Lnngford is ono of those servants that nccdeth not to bo and is not ashamed of his calling. If weddings were a legal tender for all debts, public or private, (it matters but littlo whether they would pay duties on imports or not,) this community would certainly ho in it financially speaking. The latest incident of this kind occurred at Mr. Jako Cowley's, March 1 Bt. at 4 o'clock p. 111. Mrs. Davo Henry, Jr., seated herself at tho organ and began playing ono of those wedding inarches that makes a fellow feel like ho is not at homo nnd scarcely anywhere else. At tho samo timo tlio intended groom nnd bride, Mr. Gcorgo Ashcraft nnd Miss Cora Cowley, precceded by Mr. Lon Cowley nnd wife and Mr. Gcorgo Richardson nnd Miss Amelia Ashcraft started from nn upstairs room and marched into the parlor where standing room was at a premium, and when nil was quiet, Rev. Judson Willett in a very impressive manweek. ner performed the ceremony, nfter which Messrs. Egley, Bear and Board, three for a time you could hardly tell who was popular drummers visited our 'burg last kissing nnd congratulating nnd who it week. was, that wasn't, suffico it to say they Mr. James Patterson, of Guston, visited received a great many well wishes and Mr. J. AV. Lowis' family tho first of tho quito n number of nico and vnhiablo pre week. sents. We will givo a list of those that Mr. Will English, of Stephcnsport, we remember nnd by whom presented. Water set by Mr, A. M. Sklllninii. visited relativics here tho last of tho Set nf Classen by Allen Ashcraft anil wife, week. l'alr of preserve stands by II. T. Neafus and Mrs. Thomas Ditto has returned from wife. Set of glasses!)) Mrs. Kinma Simmons. a visit to relatives and friends at Alll-nncg. "fay Back in the flW A We were selling Ladies Fine Shoes Now That we Are in the Nineties Our Shoes are about NINETY TIMES Than they were in tho Fifties. BETTER DO YOU NEED A Vest's Pino Shoos Exemplify tho Evolution of Forty Years Ladies' Fino Shoes in Welts and Turns both Hand and Goodyear, also McKay Sowed in every dcsirablo stylo. Quality High. City Bakery VEST You will find constantly a full slock of Prices Low. lowing Machine OR Sv J. If so 1JV - ibMj and Confectionery. write to us as wo aro AgcntB for Fresh Bread. Rolls CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. lent assortment of Fresh and Pure Candies. Everything fresh and clean. Amos Wh.itely ! Any repairs for your old machines wo can furnish on short notice, for either Whitely or Champion machines. Also a full lino of Fancy Grocories, Cannod Goods, and an excel- SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. s. Wo solicit your orders for cakes and confections for special occasions which wo arc prepared to fill on short notice. Mr. R. II. Ncvitt is to tho court-hous- e click what Joe Mulhattan is to Ken- tucky. Mr. Len Coshman, the popular Assessor of Breckenridge county, was in town Thursday. Mr. William Payne and Mrs. John A. Whclan, of Flaherty, were in town on business Saturday. Mrs. II. C. Rawlings and sister, Mrs. Bomar, visited Dr. Cosby nt Flaherty the latter part of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Chnpeze Wathen returned Thursday from a visit of several days with relatives near Irvington. Protracted meeting is still going on and will likely continue for a week longer, there have been no additions so far. Col. Lafo Grcon, from Falls of Rough, was in town buying up stock, ho bought four head of lino mules from Mr. J. T. Ditto. (leo. II. Casperko celebrated the eighth anniversary of his birtli the 29th of February nnd has been n " benedict " for six years. Mr. Harvey English, of Stephensport, was hero tho first of last week and administered on tho estato of Mr. John Hall, deceased. Dr. Lon Moremon, one of our boys, graduated at the Iniisville Medical Col- Wo wish him success lego Thursday. in his profession. Miss Mnlilo Aylcswortli, of Grahamp ton and Mamie Bickerstair, of Long Branch visited tho Misses Woolfolk at Sulphur Spring last week. Tho Eureka Salt Works nro receiving three car loaJs of lumber a day nt tho "young" switch. They havo eight teams employed and tho workmen nro busy building. Misses Eva Ucrndon, Agnes Malin and Isabcllo Bruner went to Louisvillo Tuesday nnd attended tho commence' ment exorcises at tho Louisvillo Medical Collego Thursday afternoon. Tickle stand by I.nn Crowley and wife. Glass pitcher by C. S. Nc.ifus. Tablecloth by Mrs. Cowley. Clash castor by George Heinian. Lamp by Amelia Ashcraft. Tablecloth by Mrs. Nancy Ashcralt. FURNITURE COFFINS McGLOTHLAN IRVINGTON, BROS., CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Cor. Wall and Poplar Sts. The above couple has tho well wish of tho writer, and wo hopo thnt should they nrrive at junctures in their lives when patienco and perseverance arc much needed, that thoy may bo in possession of a sufiicient amount of tho samo on every such occasion. CLOVERPOIiT, KY. BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. E. E. Ilardaway is at homo for a few days. Dr. J. C. Bush, of llawcsville, is in Spring Millinery I am now receiving and opening a beautiful collection of now and bewitching Have now in stock a completo lino of Fuhnituise and Coffins, and aro prepared to supply their trado with everything needed in this lino, at prices as low as tho lowest. They realize that tho proper way to push trade is to turn their stock over as often as possiblo and replenish frequently. To do this thoy propose to make tho prices a shao lower than Louisville dealers, and save freight to their customers. TRY THEM. J ft bon-in-la- e Anon the liveliest light w for delegates to tho National Democratic Convention, will tako placo in tho stato of forces Ohio. The Hill and nuti-IIithere nro about evenly matched. it is said, ll Tin: lending Illinois Republicans want Gen. Palmer nominated by tho Democrats for President so they will havo n chance to tako his scat in tho United States Senate. that in order to satisfy n $52,210, Dr. Talmago's Tabernacle in Brooklyn is to bo sold at public nuction. Tho building cost $ judgement It is reported of I 100,-00- 0. James G. Blaino, Br., may bo a great statesman, but in doing up Mrs. Marie Kevins Blaino, through tho public press, liu hasn't as yet proven a success. Tho district conference of the M. E. Church South which will conveno here soino time in May next, is being looked forward to by church going peoplo with much interest. Tho timo for holding the conference has not yet been fixed, but it will not bo later than Slay. Coming as it will right upon the heels of Circuit Court, the town will not bo dull for a month at least. It is pretty certain that ono of tho Bishops of tho church will be present to preside over tho conference, nnd tho presence of n Methodist Bishop always attracts a lorgo crowd. Then theio are a dozen good preachers in tho district, nnd thoy will all bo hero to add interest to tho occasion. Prior to tho assemblying of this body, tho church is to under go homo thorough repairs, both insido nnd out, which will ho taken chargo of by tho lady members in a very short time. A Snug Little Fortune. Tim opening of tho season by tho Prof. J. M. Tehoo has received Clovcrport baso ball club has not yet from his attorneys thnt his part of been given to the public. It is awaited tho estate loft him recently In Paris will with unusual interest. amount to $105,000. $10,000 of it bolng in ready cash and will bo forth coming John J. Lnoallh has againxntcrcd tho Immediate,!, Tho remainder of tho espolitical arena in Kansas, and from now tate is invested in reality and bonds and on will bo heard in the interest of tho will require som6' timo to dispose of it. This puts Prof. Teboo in good shape Republican party. and the NkWs la glad of his good fortuno, A bill has passed tho Kentucky and would suggest to him that Clover-por- t, his old homo, Is n splendid placo to Senate, providing for an official stenoInvest a few thousand (0 good advantage grapher In each Circuit Court district. ad-vi- town this week. Col. Ed. Bennett, of Summer Scat, was in town Sunday. A protracted meeting is in progress at tho M. E. church. Miss Clara Jordan is visiting friends in Louisvillo this week. Mr. Addison, of II. C. Armstrong, Louisville, was in town Friday. Tlio Rev. CiindifT will bo assisted by tho Rov. Meyer, of Union Star. Mr. J. W. Howerth, of D. II. Baldwin A Co., Louisville, was in town Friday. Miss Emma Hodges returned to Louis villo last week after n visit to her mother. Bcweloyvillo now boasts of tho crack sportsman of tho state. Dr. P. AV. Footo who brought in last week threo lino turkeys killed nt ono shot, nil were gobblers nverago weight fifteen pounds. next l Mr. 'A. T. Stith, daughter and son, Minnie and Bevy, left Monday for their homo in tho city. The departure of Mr. and Mrs. Stith nnd family is deeply regretted by tho community, yet all wish them success in thoir now home. Sinch on Arbuckles codec. In ono pound lots 19 cts. " '2 " " 40 " " 03 " " " 3 " 4 " 88 " AVill sell it to merchants in lnrgor lots delivered in shipping order f. o. h. Send SOLDIERS. Tho following noto nnd clipping ex in your orders gentlemen. Died. At her homo near this place, plains itself: Saturday ovcnlng, Mar. 5, 1892 nftor n Cvntiiiana, Ky., March 3, 1892. copy enclosed res long ami ppinftil illness Mrs. Katharine Editou Ni:w8-PleaCain, wifo of II. AV. Cnin ; furnoral serolutions and oblige. I vouch for them. vices were held, and tlio interment took Respectfully, placo at tho homo Monday, nt 11 o'clock R. W. MussKit. (Claycillc Correspondent to the Cyntlilana n. m. A largo circlo of relatives and 1 lull:, .111111.J1 J. friends sympathize witli tho sorrowing Tho Republican soldiers of Clnysvillo family in their sore bereavement. precinct, in Harrison county, have en LONG BRANCH. dorsed tho following resolutions: Master Cyrus Chambers has gono to Wiieueas, tho party in Kentucky is mainly composed of soldiers, their sons, Hnrdinsburg to attend school. brothers and other kin and connection, Miss Emma English spent Saturday as was indicated in tho Stato election and Sunday nt home, Stephonsport. last August when tho Republican voto Dr. Durrott, of tlio city, was hero last was 112,000, whilo Kentucky sent 03,000 Saturday looking nfter tlio gas interest. men to the army. Mr. J. T. Ditto, of tho City, spent SunAnd Wiieukas, tho soldier of this Suncounty is entirely unrepresented in tho day nt his old homo and returned day night. twelve important government offices disMessrs. Dan Brooks and Lafo Green tributed to tho party in the county. camo down from tho city last weok nnd And Wiieueas, if it bo truo ns wo hear bought Boveral mules. said that tho soldier has no claim to preTho new salt Avorks arc progressing ponderance in the party, it must bo adto his pro nicely. About ten cars of material havo mitted ho is nt least entitled arrived and many more to como. rata sliaro according to vote. Mr. W. E. Ditto, of McKinnoy, Texas lletohed, that wo view with alarm and indignation tho success with which rings arrived lost Thursday to stnysoveral days of " workers" mnko chattels of tho eter- With his sister, Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr. Miss Mary BickorstaU'rcturned Sunday nal principles for which wo havo fought aud for which our comrades laid down from a visit to friends at Grnhampton heroic lives ; and that we protest against bringing with her Miss Ails worth to stay the further misuse of our yotca nnd in- Bovernl days. Jimmio DickcrstnfTs fino trotting mnro fluence for selfish personal advantage, in which wo have no Interest and tho party 1b very sick nt this writing, and a veterinary doctor from tho city was called to no profit. Jlftohtd, that every Republican voter examino her. is equally ontitled to share in the counIiAnllS! Needing a tonic, or children that want building cils nnd patronago of tho party, whoro-for- e up, (hould tako we demand rotation in committees IIHOWN'S 1UON iiiTTicns. It la ileasaut to take, cure Malaria, and iiositlona of every grndo nnd kind. UlllousiicM. Altilea'crakceplt. so Indigo-Uwi.nud STEPHENSPORT - ,1 Trimmed Hats and Bonnets ALL NOVELTIES. Thoy cmbraco tho leading styles and in shapo and colorings cannot be excelled. To describe is ijnpossiblo. Imagino bewildering combina- SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. .i CHRIST BEST, Proprietor MANUFAOTUUEB OF Shingles, Laths, Hogshead Staves And Dimension tions of delicate Stephensport, Jtj. CO. i Stuff. Laces, Rich Ribbons and Exquisite Flowers If you can then come and sec reality. Let not cost dolor, pricos will bo below your expectations. CLOVERPORT CIGAR Manufacturers of Domestic and Havana Filler MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, CLOVERPOIIT, KY. PISGAH. Moroy Galloway is buying hogs. Miss Efllo Ilnmbleton was among tlio A Specialty made of the following Brands: . Henry Clay, Little Dandy The World The Breckenridge Quick Sale and Small Profit' Price $60 00 candidates for baptism. Mr. Joo Knight, of Shelby, is visiting his uncle J. AV. Knight. Mr. Duncan, of A'ictoria, led tho choir and did somo splendid singing. Farmers aro about dono burning tobacco beds and have begun spring plowing. Misses Alice and Hello MeCann, of Home aro visiting friends in this neighborhood. Mr. 0. 11. Fisher, of Lcwisport, was tho guest of Mr. AV. I). Itynn soveral days last week. Look out boys ho means biz. Itev. A. AV. McDaniol has just closed a very successful revival at this place. Thero being seven additions to the church and although Sunday was a rainy day, thero was 11 largo crowd assembled to witness tho beautiful ordinance of bap" Usui. (or We Beat 'em all on tho "35 00. " 33 OO OO a " . . 30 " 16 00 In lots of One Thousand or more a very liberal discount al-- 2 Celebrated Coffee and Chase & Sandborn Buffalo Chop Tea:- A Delicious Drink. Try a Cup. SULZER'S. Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE Bankrupt TAR FORK. AV. You will find everything you want B. Tiuil is on tho sick list. Mary E. Wilson and Mina Taul visited to eat: SUGAR, COFPE, Beachfork Sunday. FLOUR, MEAT, Mr. AVm. McQuady says that ho is VEGETABLES, going to tako In the AVorld's Fair. CANNED GOODS, II. O. Perkins, S. tf. Urickoy, It. O. CIGARS, Perkins started for Illinois last week. TOBACCO, FIGS, AVo aro glad to siy that tho la grippo RAISINS, ETC, has about disappeared in our neighbor-borhood. STORE In fact everything in the Tniiitf. Cvniti. nhmm nvir.fls. Our Factory is located at Clovornort.Ky.. where wo havo tho best of shippinc! i facilities and Natural Gas to dry our tobacco. Wo purchase nothinglmt tho best quality of tobacco and pay cash for what wo buy. Our Havana is of very fino ' quality, possessing fino flavor and good burning qualities. ' and aro Our Henry Clay and Little Dandy Cigars aro thorough-bres guaranteed clear Havana filler. Our World Cigar is filled with Littlo Dutch and Old Yara, the best combina tion for a filler ever presented to tho smoking public, and tho general favor witli4 which it has been recoived and tlio numorous attempts which have been mado loA imitato our brand, warrant us in saying that it is tho best nickol cigar on thp m market. flnr Rrfickimrldffe Cicar is also n ureat favorite, beinir filled with Old Yaraa and Pennsylvania filler. Our Quick Sale Cigar is filled with the scraps from tho other cigars nndl ' S ....,..... ...... .. . . wrapped in a neat wrapper, siiiokch uouor man most memo cigars, tv From our friends and neighbors wo ask for tho encouragement duo to homo.1? ' , enterprise. -d . .... .... '', "-- . Cloverport Cigar Caf NOTICE. Take Notice. I beir to announce to tbo nubllo that I nm Tho ordinances In regard to walking Bole Agent for Doarln A Hawkln'a tho trestles and jumping oil' and on mov- appointed uuioua uriiiK 01 nana iiiftuo oour Main uour-bo- n ing trains will bo strictly enforced from Whisky, of LeltebflelJ, Ky,, which it guaranteed to be pure. this date, March 1, 1892. W. h. UEAVIN, Bole Agent. It. 11. 1'iEitci:, Mayor. Olovorport", Ky ; ' HORSES TRAINED. fixed for market. We havo n firit-cla- n half mile ttaok and a competent trainer. M itoek entrusted to our We know care will bare ipeclal attention. ourbuiluen and know how to handle lioriei. If you have a good hone tend him to ui and we will put him In a condition to bring you big money, Mr. Ferd Owen, Sam IJeavln and T. 15. Bates, of thiy neighborhood, went to Grocery&Confectionery Line lionet trained, broke and I. W.HARPER'S NelsonCo.Ky.Wlilskey A A , Louisvillo last week. Mr. Sam Jackson went to Louisvillo Thankful for past favors. Relust week to sell his tobacco and spend spectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in waiting soveral days la tho city. Mr. J. B. Jackson has hired threo upon you. hands already for tho coming season and thinks that ho has ono now that will Manager, stay with him. J. H. Moorman, NEVITT & BLAND, Dailn Hprlrig Stoek Farm, near IHVINQTON, KY. A GENTLEMEN'S WHISKEY. WHISKEY FOR THE SIDEI)0A)lD. WHISKEY FOR THE SICK ROOM-- , ' Sod by M. P. POPHAM, r t CLOVERPORT, KYV J. M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon. Dr. Office in Dr. Whilst ohl tlaml up ICY. ftair. CLOVEKPORT. A. OANNEL.TON, IND. Suite ninilo to order in tlio befit stylo. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Merchant Tailor, J. KIRST, BANK OF HftEWNSBUROr Capital Stock $25,000. & 4 B, F. BEARD, Pretldont. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. -- 0. W. ) BEARD MORRIS KSKRIDOE J R. M. JOLLY. Diro tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Breckenridge News." WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. Amos Ilonnl, Ilardinsburg, was in tlio city Monday night. Mrs. Dr. Brown returned liomo from Louisville Friday night. Ed Whitehead, Koine, was in tlio city Monday and yesterday. Eugene Heauchatnp, of Clifton Mills, was in the city Saturday. Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt, was in the city shopping Saturday. Charles Dabbago spent Sunday at his old home and other places. To the wife of K. II. Morcmen, March 3, n boy, U. Randall Morcmen. James Stephens and James Minor, of Holt, wero in the city Saturday. W. A. Jolly, county, delivered tobacco Friday, and staid over night in the city. E1 Kissam went to Louisville Saturday night nnd returned Monday oven-- " ing. - '" j i Abo Allon, Post Master at Chenault, was in tho city yesterday, and called at this ofllco. .i uM .5 KT.I A Burton came up from Ilawes-vill- o Monday night and was in tho city yesterday. Dr. Seth Parks, of Clifton Mills, caino down Saturday and spent several hours in tlio city. Miss Lafayette Lalleist has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Louisville. Till Groves, of Tobinsport, was a visitor at tho Free Mason Lodge at Rome last Saturday night. Misses Bcllo Ball and Ida Allen, of Meade county, nro visiting Mrs. G, W. Jordan, tills city. Miss Delia Wilson left Monday to visit relatives at Falcon. Sho will probably remain sovcral weeks. U 0 2 go 2 Dr. E. L. Hayes 4 dentistry work. Ho makes reasonable charges. OIHco in Chapin's building. E. L. Clark and Alford Hennen, of the Coopcrago Company jit Cincinnati Hawesvillc, wero in tho city Saturday. Miss Ida Weiscnburger, who has been teaching school at Siberia, Ind., returned homo last Friday. Her school has closed. Dr. E. L. Hayes started on a professional trip Monday into tlio Stephens-por- t and Itomo country, and has not yet returned. Master Wilkins Barbco has entered upon an apprenticeship in tho Clover-poMarble Works, nnd intends to mako n ntarblo cutter. Harmon Parks has sold his storo at Clifton Mills to Androw Dye, and James Carey has bought tho mill at tho samo placo of John Gibson. Dr. J. F. Lightfoot and son, Hawcs-villcamo up and spent tho day last Thursday. Tlio Doctor thinks of making this city his futuro homo. Arthur Board was in tho city last week having just as much fun as over. Arthur's company for five minutes will euro tho sovcrest case of blues. Sulzer's are continually making improvement of somo kind. Last week thoy had n row of nico hitching posts placed at tho curb around their storo building. Dr. S. 11. Adkisson received a nico pair of white ponies from Rockport last week, and says ho will get a basket phaeton when tlio roads get better, and then look out for nico drives girls. Tiio Tar Springs property has been for salo at tho Court-hous- o door ip Ilardinsburg tlio Third Monday in tills month to batisfy a judgment in favor of Hunt & Bishop, of Cincinnati, for $0391. John Tomplo of East Liverpool, Penn,, is visiting his brother, our clover hotel kcopor, Tlioy nro both now visiting relatives nt Pollvillo. Mr. Templo has not been in Kentucky before for more than Jorty years, nnd is favorably impressed "Mvlth our thriving llttio city. Miss Carrio Winfrio, who has been visiting nt Squiro John Keith's, this city, will return to her home, Casky, nnd Miss Jonnio Keith will accompany hor. Mibs Winfrio is an accomplished, pleasant and entertaining young lady and has nindo many friends during her short visit here, and by her departure sho leaves sovcral nching voids. Tho Hon. Georgo W. Jolly was a passenger on tho east bound express Monday evening. In speaking of Benjamin Harrison, ho is oloquontly cnthousiastic, and as regards those indictments mado against government officials nt Owens-bortho law had been systematically violated by making assessments for campaign purposes, by tho direction of tho Attorney Gononu witnesses iiad been summoned, and tho result was several indictments had been mado. 11. rt o, to-da- V. ArbucklcB and lx cofTco lllc, nt D'Huy's. J. W. Pato wont to Jolly's Mution Inst Saturday, Johnny Hobcn, of Ilardinsburg, was in tho city last week. Twenty-flv- o have more brick-layer- s arrived in tlio city litis week. Mr. Henry DoIIaven, of Grayson county, was in tlio city last week. Charles Fisher, of Tenn., was visiting his mother in this city n few days ago. Mrs. Gardnor, of Union Star, was tho Collins last week. guest of Mr. C. V. Barnes, of Rome, Ind., passed up on tho City of Owensboro Sunday. Mrs. F.P. Ilagood, of Irvington, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Montgomery, tills city last week. Fred Pierce, of East Los Vegas, Now .Mexico, is visiting his father, R. R, Pierce, in this city. We nro still nt tho bottom on groceries, if you do not believe it, got prices nnd then sco D'Huy. T. C. Lewis, tho jowcler, Hnrdinsburg, passed through this city Monday enrouto homo from Cincinnati. Mibs Salllo Hcston, of Lcitchftcld, who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Amcl Oelze, returned homo last week. Tony Nicholas, Chris Perrigo and Thos. Prescott are out boyond Ilardinsburg remodeling n house for James Frank. Rov. W. C. Brandon went to Braden-bur- g yesterday to assist Rev. HaycB in a meeting. Ho will return Saturday and fill his regular appointment Sunday. Watches, clocks and jowclry nt bargain prices with an elegant stock to select from, everything warranted. Call on F. N. D'Huy before making pur chases. Connor Bros., of Cannclton, havo tho contract for building tho largo three-Mor- y business houso of Payno it Co. on Wall street, and the work is now progressing. Grand Master Workman, D. R. Murray of the order of A. 0. U. W. will deliver a lecture in tho Baptist church, this city, next Tuesday night in tho interest of the order. Everybody invited. Joel Pile, who has just closed a successful school at Stephensport. left Monday for the Indian Territory. Ho has many friends in Breckonridgo who wisli him success where'er ho may go. E. II. Marcilliat has again been connected with tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company. Ho will buy staves and look after tho interest of the company in Perry county, Indiana and adjoining sections. Dr. Moscly, of HardinsburgiCamo down last Friday and entertained his friends hero several hours with his interesting The Doctor is a great conversation. politician, and says that Clovcland will bo nominated nt Chicago by acclimation. Dr. W. B. Whlto will bo in Cloverport tho 10, 17, 18 and 19 of March to practice Ids profession. Decaying teeth treated, Artificial dentures filled nnd saved. mado in tho most approved stylo. Artificial crowns of gold or porcelain inserted on natural roots. Prices reasonable. Rooms at Napper's Hotel. Tho Cloverport Marblo Works will receive, this week, n car load of stono for bases, from Salem, Ind., and one car load of marble, from Proctor, Vt. Keith & Son wish to say that this material has been bought so low, that they will bo and monuablo to furnish tomb-stone- s ments cheaper than ever before. Application will soon bo mado for a e by land from Stephens-po- rt now to Chonault. This will give railroad mail facilities to n section of country that has long been badly in need of it, tlijy having always been dependent on tho river route, which for six. months in tho year is unreliable. Mastor Walter Lisbon, a nino year old son ol tho city butcher, Charles Lislicn, was riding along Wall street yesterday morning, when his horso becamo frightened and started, to run. At tlio first jump, tho boy was thrown onto tho liorso's neck, where ho hold fast until they reached tho lower wharf, when his hold broko and ho was hurled to the ground. Tho horso in making a leap tramped on his foot nnd crushed it severely. With tlio exception of a fow slight bruises ho was not otlierwiso hurt. Commissioner Babbago was in town Monday from Ilardinsburg nnd sold, nt public miction, n portion of the Ben Carter lot in tho lower part of tho city .to satisfy n judgment in tho Circuit Court in favor of Win. Vest Ac., for $157.19. It. L. Newsom becamo tho purchaser of 100 feet of tho lot fronting on Oak street for tho debt. This loft tho houso and 150 feet of ground unsold for tho benefit of Mr. Carter's children. MrSc-Elishpost-rout- Coach, Cab and Caboose. Mack Barnes, tho lineman, Is continually on the go. IT WAS WHISKY In Connection With Bad Health that Caused Jesso Marlow to Defraud The Cincinnati Oooperago Company. WI1111 m Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Dorntrnegcr A. M. MeCrackeu and the "Katie" wero in tlio city Thursday. Engineer Dan Hinion was sick at Patterson's on tho hill last week. Ilagood is iu tlio city superintending tlio laying of tho Pntton switch. James Montgomery has been appointed general manager ol tho Air Line. Bom yesterday to tho wife of D. C. Sanderfcr, painter nt tlio shops, a girl. Cal Brandenburg, machinist, nnd wife visited relatives in Mendo county last week. Billy Cooper, of Iluntingburg, Ind., struchn job ns "helper" in tlio shops last week. Tho general headquarters of tho Air Lino has been moved from Louisvlllo to Iluntingburg, Ind. W. Dockory, of McDaniels, began work in tho blacksmith shop department of tho shops Monday. The wifo of fireman Phillip Kcamcr, camo up from Henderson to visit her husband last week. Buford Casoy, fireman on tho Air Lino camo down from Now Albany last week to visit his old home. Robinson nnd his bridgo crew nro nt work on the trestlo that is in tho switch to tho Patton brick plant. The J. M. A I. is to ballast all its track There from Louisvlllo to Indianapolis. is work for railroad laborers. Ed. Martin, foreman of tho wood shop set tho machinery for tho Third Street Planing Mill nnd did n splendid job. The "Ono Spot" hns been completely overhauled in tho shops, and is now doSho pering service again on tho road. forms nicely. Engineer Charley Tight and his ferret are tlio grentest Every time they havo n day off they go on tho war path hero in Cloverport. W. E. Zirkcl and Charlie Tight went to Louisville Monday nnd joined tlio order of United Brotherhood of Locoinotivo Engineers, Lodgo No. 4S3, Louisville. Nowt. Petrio, tho man that sometimes eats bread without salt in it, has returned from his visit to seo his parents at Henderson, and is now at his old post as nicht oporator at tho shops. Tho last claim against tlio Air Line, as a result of tho terriblo wreck near Tell City somo time ago, was settled inEvans-vill- o a fow days ago. Tho aggregate of suits filed in Perry county Circuit Court was over $200,000, which lias been compromised for less than $75,000. Tlio result is very gratifying to tlio company. LIKE THE BILLOWS Of tho angry ocean when lashed by tho Slorm King, our sea of now Spring Clothing is growing mountain high. For two months past our army of workmen havo been hard at work upon tho Will Ho Tlio riiiu! ICcNtilt! HARNED. o, Measles are tho stylo now. Mos Carver is improving slowly. Dclphos Harncd is freight agent now. C. R. Mattingly was in Ilardinsburg Monday. Mos Redman has recovered from tho measles. Frank Watts is building liiin n now ynrd fonco. James Redman has been in Glasgow for somo days. MortPumphry, tlio kind rider, was in town this week. Miss Lola Norton has commonccd a school ut Ephesus. Mrs. Wilson lins been, visiting Mrs, Weatlierholt this week. J. B. Hcnsloy nnd Stewnrt DeJomotto were in town Tuesdny. Mich. Meyer went to Louisvillo last week to purchaso goods. Georgo Hall was tho guest of Irvin Pnyno on Friday night. Miss Nannio Payno was tlio guest of Mrs. Redman Saturday. U. S. Carver is in Rock Vale this weok classing staves for Redman. T. C. Lewis passed through en routo for Cincinnati on Monday last. Tho protracted meeting is still in session lioro, had somo few conversions. Clias. Payno has left our town. Wo feci some what at a loss without him. Mrs. Eliza Payno has been seriously afllictcd for somo time with rheumatism. Aliases Pearl nud Mnttio Moorman were tho guests of Mrs. Moyer Inst week. Miss Maggie Goodman was n caller nt our town last week. Miss Maggio is n jolly girl. Henry Hnrned has just returned from Sullivan, Ind., where ho has been visiting his sister. Mr. Wm. Dockery passed through Harned on Monday enrouto for Cloverport, where ho intends to mako his futuro homo. Everett Wcathcrford has returned homo from Louisville, where ho has been attending the Bryant A Stratton Business Col lego for somo timo. A CARD Tlio Republic or rathor Farmer's nnd DEAnSm: In tho News of February Labor's Union papor, seems to bo very my10th, I seo an altercation between They sont us ono self and Georgo W. Nicholson, overn generous hearted. sample copy this week, as there Is no Nicbusiness transaction in which Mr. at tills place, you seo they holson claims I owed him, when my subscribers for us to bo informed. books show him my debtor by (134.51,) dollars and ono hundred and thirty-fou- r Stephensport School. fifty-on- e cents. To thoso who don't Roll of honor for tho last month know mo I will refer them to thoso I oS. havo had business with from Fordsvillo Floyd Miller, Jimmy Crawford, 97.J. to Gaifiold, and of tlio 107 car loads' of Theodore Motcly, 97, hoops, I havo bought nnd paid tlio neat 96.1. I.aruo IlarMy, sum of $28,000. Mr. Nicholson is tho Katie Crawford, 951. first man I havo had tho slightest differLewis Stile 95 5. Myra Hanks 95. ence with. To thoso living in BreckonIdujarrctt 9J.3. ridgo and Ohio counties, who havo - 9J.3. Kddle I'ayne, known Mr. Nicholson, I am willing for 91.1, John Crawford, them to judgo my manner of fair dealing Mlltn McCubtiins 89.61. 87.3, Illanche Mosclcy, with nil men. I am general agent for tho . S6.4. Addla McCoy, Hubbard Bros., Birdsoyo, Ind., nnd have llrowu McCubbina S5.1. been for tho last eight years, and they Of tho two medals offered for tho will havo nothing but honest men in tholr employ. As I expect to remain term's work, ono wns won by Theodore hero during tlio next four or five years, I Mosoly. Tho other belongs to Misses shall bo pleased for thoso having hoops Addio McCoy and Ida Jarrett, thoy being or hoop poles to sell to call on or address of equal rank. mo at Fordsvillo, Ohio county, Ky, To my successor I would say no bettor Very truly yours, Ac. John Clkmexs. Fordsvillo, Mch. 2, set of pupils can bo found than tho ones hero. Studious and obliging, mindful of FOIt nVSl'Kt'SIA their books nnd regardful of their teachor Vme Urown'a Iron llltlcrn. rhyilclani recommend It. you soon learn that to tench them is to All dcalcn keep tt. Sl.oo per bottle, denulno lovo thorn. Joei. II. Pile, Teacher. croxsctl red lines on wrapper. and in-to- Jesso Marlow, n trusted employee of tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company was nrrestcd-n-t his home nenr Patesvillo Inst Friday, charged witli defrauding tlio company. There nro four charges against him, two in Hancock county for embezzlement nnd two in Brcckonrdgo for combined embezzlement nnd forgery. His modo of fraudulent work consisted in making out stnvo checks to parties, who had never delivered any Btavcs, then taking them nnd having them cashed himself, claiming that he had bought them nt n "shnvo." Ono wns mado pay ablo to Nowt. Staples, who had been dead for somo time before tho dato of check. Tho amount ho has realized tints fraudulently is known to bo nenr $1000, nnd will probnbly go over thnt nmount when overy thing is discovered, llo has been carrying this on for sovcral montliB, ono bogus check having been discovered dated Oct. 7th, 1891. His examining trial for tho Hancock offenses was continued ntllnwcsvillo last Saturday until Monday, and on being called Monday, it was again continued until 1 o'clock p. in. because of tlio nbsenco of important prosecuting witnesses. After tho continunnco Monday, G. D. Chambers, nttorney for tho defense, stated to tho Judgo thnt Marlow protested his innocence, and that ho believed that if ho had access to the company's books thnt ho could show them wherein they wero mistnken, nnd convlnco them thnt ho iind dono nothing wrong; that tho officers of the company were willing to lot him examine tlio books in their presence; nnd ho requested thnt tho judgo permit the prisoner to go to tlio Cooporngo Company's office, and that tho Superintendent would stand personally responsible for his safe return to tlio Sheriff before night. This was granted nnd tho exnminntlon wns proceeded with, but Mnrlow wns tnkon very sick nnd it had to bo suspended. Mnrlow is consumptcd nnd has tho sympathy of tho entire community, nnd in fnct tho officers of tlio company nro loth to prosecuto him, nnd would bo pleased to find that ho had not defrauded them. Thoy had tho greatest confidence in him, nnd gave him full charge of their business in tlio Pntesvillo section. It is nlso intimated thnt he is a little off in tho upper story, nnd his looks nnd actions go to prove such to bo tho fact. IIo escaped from his guards in Ilnwes-vill- o Sunday morning, nnd w lien ho got out of their rencli, instead of trying to get away, ho went straight home, pulled oft' his clothes nnd went to bed. When ho saw tho Sheriff come into tho yard ho hallowed at him to come in ; and on being asked why lie tried to get away, said ho was not trying lo get away, but just wanted to sco his wife and get somo medicine, and after ho rested awhile ho was coming back to town. Tlio Cooperage Company men nttri-btit- o Somo his downfall to liquor. months ago ho began drinking to reeup-crat- o his enfeebled constitution, and the habit grow on him until ho lost all care and moral control of himself. It is hard to predict the final result of tho case. It was talked on tho streets nt Hnwes-vill- o Monday, that he and his brothers would mnko good his shortage with tlio Cooporago Company, and that ho would not bo prosecuted further. to-da- 4 ') A . V, 'iV t " s ..- HANDSOMEST STOCK Of Spring and Summer Clothing wo over had on our countors. Strangers in tho city and who may not ho in town again for somo timo aro invited to nn inspection of this hnndsomo stock. Prices for samo nro as low now as thoy will ho nny timo latter on If you need anything in Wintor Clothing coino in now and tako it at your own price. ti fjm Where was Moses When The Light Went m j j j IN THE DARK. Julius Winter & Co., Raise Bed Tobacco. Mr. James Durham, of Kirk, delivered n large crop of prior tobacco to Head it Co., in tills city lost week, for which ho received tlio handsomo prico of $15 per hundred. This class of tobacco is bringing exceptionally good prices just now, and tlio outlook is that it will bo worth more money In tlio future. Hurley is being so universally raised that the market is becoming flooded, nnd it is continu-nll- y doprccinting in price. Tlio ndvlco of tobacco men in this city to tlio farmer, is, Unit if you yet have any seed to sow, let it bo prior. A certain nmount of red prior tobacco is continually in demand, and it is becoming so scarce that buyers aro hunting it and paying tho best prices for it. As tho great bulk of tho future crop is already sown witli burloy Bced, tho man that gets in tlio red crop nnd produces n good nrticle, is vory likely to bo tho man that will sell his raising for tho most money next winter. Land, Stock and Crops. Umlcr this Jic.nl we will publish .ill sale of stock, land ami crop, If you make u sale of any klml or have stock, land, or produce for sale please report it, either by letter or postal, for this column. 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Oor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. Pi FU11NISIIED BY WHY? Because in his time Sulzer's wero not putting thofr splendid lino of Lamps, -- Len. G. Herndon & Co., :Hall, Stand and Hanging Lampf: ON THE MARKET. General Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. count tale. Ilollablo nnd prompt. Cash with every Conilgnincnts solicilod. ae- - LOUISVILLE. KY., March S, 1892. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and e address. HUTTEK, EUOS, POULTRY, ETC. Duttar Receipts light and market (Inn. Shippers should not use paper In connection with llutlor, It injures the snlo of it. EbK Receipts immnnse and markot weak. Nothing but cold weather can chock a still further decline. Poultry Receipts oxcessive and market weak and lowor. Turkeys Bnd Geese not much wanted now. post-ofllc- SULZER'I Cloverport, Ky. ! Furniture The regular nnd Furniture ! FurnituJ MICHAEL HAMMAN, Furnlturo dealer is always on hand with a full stock Including Sewing Machines, Coffins,' Burial Caskets Vent Calvos lower. I1UTTER. Choico, country Medium Common Crcnmory 20 14 17 qq 13 10 22 27 18 0 Fsl Old lions Hoostcrs EGOS. POULTRY. 11J12, 4 3 3 2 1 wm 2l ' n. I'll Jas. G. Stephens, of Holt, sold a lino two vear old Jack last week to J. M. Mason, of Henderson county, for$.'00. Fivo "ood mules and two good horses for sale, John K. Ditto, Urandenburg, Ky. Laro Springers Medium Springers Small Siirlngcrs Young Duck l.lvo lurkcys Dressod turkeys Drcsicd 0 Livo (loose (fcathorod) Llvo (leeso (plucked) Iltns. n 2 0 3 I 2 ra 00 no 00 80 50 75 00 00 00 00 75 to to to to to to to to to to to 41 25 4 3 3 3 2 3 10 13 3 4 3 SO 50 60 00 00 50 00 00 50 50 50 Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. FEATHERS lrinic, white gooso Mixed Old No. 1. duck FURS Racoon. J .Mink , 42 .10 15(0)35 15 ( 30 80 75 His prices shall bo such, quality considorcd, that no Icntis houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to moot tho markot'rk uiu imco uu wina ii iimy. niwuyw vim uu nun uuu ascertain prices ,w foro purchasing elsowhoro. IIo means just what ho says. Ho cannc bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, "3 jq (0 50 15 70 1 00 uo 50 25 10 5 00 5 00 20 Opossum Logan Is A Qood (Owensboro One. Messenger.) Undo Sam's especial pets, tlio violators revenue laws, havo fresh causa for complaint against Deputy Marshal C. L. Pate, of Ilardinsburg. A weok ago ho went out on a tour of observation, and toward tho lastof the week broughtup in Logan county. In n day or two tliero ho caught seven peoplo charged with selling liquor without having paid tho government tax. Thoy wero Ed. Elam, Milam Chafton, Win. Ferran, Joo Morten, Thomas Morton and Martha Danger-fielThoy were all tried at Russell-vili- o before tlio U. S. Commissioner there and were all held over to answer to tho United States Court In Juno. Tho Dangcrfield woman gavo bond for hor appearance, but tlio others wero brought hero yesterday morning and placed in jail to await tlio sitting of tho court. Deputy Marshal Pato has been doing somo splendid work in his district iu tlio IIo has mado a great past few months. many arrests .of peoplo in tlio Illicit traffic, nnd of his cases that were tried at tho recent term of tho court a very largo percentage of them stuck. IIo is a good officer and untiring in tho dischnrgo of his duty. of tho internal d. It is a good thing when you nro nsked to tnko a choico to insist thnt you linvo something choico to cliooso from. SQu will havo no fault to find in this respect if you will coino nnd look nt the displny of Indies' nnd Gent's Watches that wo Handsomer triumphs of aro making. 3iii OI.OVKKI'Oll-r- dray Fox ; Ilea fox Black Skunk Short Striped Skunk Black Striped nnd White Skunk... Wild Cot Musk Rat Otter, cased Beaver, iBrgo Deer Skins por lb to to to to to to 25J HO 1 1 25 00 ONE WHOLE DAY SAVED- - 00 15 to 30 to 15 to 0 00 to 0 00 to 30 By knowing whero lo como nnd buy your Spring Take Your Choice. Dry Hint, good Sheci skins...., WOOL. d flreen, pood.... Dry Salt, good HIDES, 4 Q 0 8 8 (Villi 25 8 0 Oiease, fine Urease, coarse Merino Burry and Cuts ., 81 82 22 Qi) 23 18 Qo 28 Suit of ClotbW You mako tho selection, wo guarantee tho fit. You are pleased with style, wo mako tho prices. You aro 12M15 12 Qj) 17 2 DRIED APPLES. i to skill and genius and design havo novcr Wet, per lb lb Common, per 2i to been exhibited. If you havo purchases l' air to good per lb 4 to 4tf to in mind, coino along; if you haven't, como Choice per lb. Fanoy along just tho same. You will certainly Chopped havo tho pleasure of oxporiencing two reelings 3 to sensations admiration nnd something Evaporated, in sacks like surprise. You will ndmiro what you Halves, per lb PEACHES. 2 to seo nnd you will bo surprised nt what can Quarters por lb 1 , to 6 to bo accomplished at a moderato outlay. Peeled, per lb Pears per lb 3 to Also n complete lino of Musical InstruBlackberries per lb 3 to ments nnd trimmings for same, Sowing HAY, GRAIN, FEED. Wo quote prices Machine Needles nnd supplies. on Loutivllie wharfi F. N. D'HUY, Jewelor, i'A i'A 1 4to delighted with tho quality. Wo havo a reputation to keep up, honce tho excellency of tho quality. Our long experionco in tho -- : VA 2X i'A 8 4 2i va va y olty Clothing Business :- - , ICY. Strictly choice Choico No. 2 Ucod Medium Good Bright Straw HAY. AUCTION Wo will on 13 50 15 00 12 00 13 00 10 00 Q012 00 5 60 0 00 CORN. Choico white Choice shelled OATS. 42 44 44 45 Has taught us to please our customers, and to do this tho ono essential thing is to give them good value for their money. If you do this tho quality must be second to nothing, tho No, 2 oat Seed oats 38K(3H0 30 (j) 40 03 02 4 Saturday, March 12, 1892,sacrifico at Public Auction our entiro stock of No. 2 Long Berry wheat No. 2 Red WHEAT. style up to the present demands and tho fit must bo admired .. . : by all. All this wo try to do. i r MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl , Beeswax Sorghum der gallon POTATOES. Choico Micu. bulk per bu Choice Northern Ind. " Poor to nied, Mich. " " Nor. Ind- Homo Grown per barrel From itore 2o to 5a per bu higher. 20 22 25 8 LA GRIPPE. On Deconibor lOtli, I was confined to my room with tho Grippo. Tho Treasurer of tho "Commercial Advertiser" recommended that I should try n bottlo of "Aycr's Cherry Pectoral," as it had cured him of tho samo complaint. I sent for n bottle, nnd in two dnys I was ablo to resumo my business, nnd am now entirely cured. As I took no other remedy, I can but givo nil tho credit to tho "Cherry Pectoral," which I gratefully recommend ns n speedy specific for this disense. Yours very truly, F. T. Il.uuiifcox. Tho Commercinl Advortisor, 29 Park Row, Now York, N. Y, A Boots, Shoes, 45 35 38 1 S 10 B. F. 40 Beard & Capital, Jf!7'C0,000. THE CITY OP NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. Undor National Act 1665. Vice-Prw't. Co., j 30 35 15 Oh 1 25 Hats, Notions, Etc Will soil without regard to cost, DEANS. Michigan, hand picked Indiana Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed ONIONS. 00 to 1 75 1 50 to 1 00 75 to 1 00 C5 to 1 00 1 HARDINSBURG, KY. 'J Northern, per bbl on arrival ' " from store CABBAOE. ,, 2 25 to 2 60 2 60 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 60 35 to 40 20 to 25 10 to 20 2 50 1 75 2 20 1 GO to 1 75 I 60 to 1 76 1 50 to 1 60 1 76 to 1 86 2 00 to 2 25 1 The Tradesmens National Bank OP Qrgnnlted as a State Bank 1823 Don't fail to como. ' Choico Choico Green Por crate from ttoro OELERY. Fancy whlto plumo, per doz Floating Infant. N. Y. STORE. FARM FOR SALE. 200 acres of flno land lying nn the line of the Louisville, Ilardinsburg and Western railroad, and known n tbe Basin Spring Farm, Improvements, house and barn. Will bo sold very low, far below Its value and en liberal term I. Farm Is In high itato for cultivation, having rested up for three yean In gran. For further particulars address Care Hess, APPLES. Fancy Ben Davis nnd Itomo Beauties " Choice I 80 to 1 76 to Fanoy Wine Saps Choice Choice Janes E, Grannisa, Hawesviu-e- , March 7, 1892. (Special.) Coronor Honry, of Hancock, wns Sun Fanoy Gennottlng " Pm't. Logan C, Hurray, Qliw F, Btrty, Calk, fl tnule-mar- day summoned to hold nn inquest over tlio remains of an infant child thnt had drifted a shore eight miles' below here, It proved to bo a now born female child, white, and without clothing. Its head was crushed in. Tliero is know clow nt present lo tho crime. It was Inirled on tho bunk. " COimKSrONDENCE INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITED. Fanoy Croenlngi Fanoy Baldwins Inferior grades,.,, 25 to I 60 sai lltnly l J. A. CONE, Co., LOUI3VH,U5,KV. npiUH VAtUuln-Un- , UW4YWUhjAlW, andWMslceylUMts cured at tiomo wltb outpaln.Dookofpar tlculam nciit FKl:K. iLM.wrxu.r.Kv.u 11 Jol) Printing- - At this offioe done in th bMt fftyl and at moderate price. Breckinridge J News. SOME niSTORY WHAT A MATRONLY CITIZEN OF CLOVERPORT HAS WITNESS- ED FROM WAY BACK IN Guthrio offers $15,000 for the Vandcr-bi- lt Training school. !:) Who Will Be Mad dogs nro circulating among their an county. friends In Daviess THE THIRTIES TO HP KlKd pvwr 1975. fenrtlSiflfl Sire of fugue 2:IIHj, hitler iMOti, Chief Taylor has closed tho gambling THE PRESENT I'rlnce Kdumril 2:VU, (.1 mure Irom 1 20K hells of Louisville again. to 2:30; tire of tlie dann of Advance TIME. bunoi. 2:.'Hi. King Kiitscll i:M, and of the Lexington, nlso, objects to tho revenue 2:13, unci 4 Irci of Utile Archer (4 more belter than 2:X0. KaMBRIHO CHIEF 11 bill passing the way It now stands. And What She Expects And Hopes Sire of Lady Ihom 2:1SU, and eight more of Frankfort, widow In the list! alto the tire of the dams of DiMm. K. H. Nicol, ' NAME THEM. The Future. To See in BI.ANMNA ..i rector 2:17, Piedmont 2:17U, and 17 more In Dam of Swlgcrl, (Ire of Moodjr SilSH, of tho late Itobt. Nicliol is dead. 2:30 or better. and 30 more in lilt J Abdullah IMot, aire blood-purifi- er ofl'!card2!l8V4 and of Mciienger Chief "Aunt Betsy" McKay died at TaylorsMa. Editor As my mind often wanIJURCn MARK, by Parker's Urown Pilot. with 12 in the list ; Kin? Hene, aire of IS; Dam of I(otallnd2:214, Donald 2:27, and of " VtllC, in tno mini year oi in--i V V i.. ders back to thfl early days of Clover-por- t, Solicitor, aire of 3: Ucdwood 7, with 3; Blandlaa, dam of King Rene and Swlgcrl Ulenia, with 2. and 4 other alrct ol 2:30 and better, troUert. and a lot reflect on tho many and as I often Hopkinsvillo offers $12,000 ?& changes that havo been made, I thought for tho Vanderbilt Training school. rv. r nAMBLETOWIAN IB somo, at least, oi tno I might interest Aycr's Sarsaparilla will removo that sire of Dexter 2il7K Nettle 2:18, urange And a HandBome tiV Girl 2:20, 38 others, and grand tire of Sjunol many readers of tho Nkws with an acnow llfo nnd tired feeling, nnd give LlJ 1:08U, Maud S. 2:084, Palo Alto 2:084. : DICTATOR lit itf-- ' progress of our growing litnancy llanka ,i:u, j ty-- r. count of tho z:iu, ana mother to Deiler 1:17U, and tire of energy. over 1000 othert In 2:30. -Tho best euro for rheumatism or neuJay.Kje.See 2:10. Phallat 2:Ui, Mintle city from her early days to tho pres nie Catiell (p) 2il6U, Dlrector?:17, DeCnpt. John Payno, of Christian county, daughters of t' Minnio nnd Mary Ctttton, CLARA lineator (n) 2:18. 80 others in 2:30: and ent time. As tho littlo girl, who skip- ralgia is Salvation Oil, used according owns a mule that is said to be thirty-tw- o Dam of Dictator (tire at noted. Deiter dams of Nancy Hanks OS, Lockheart ! Judgo J. Cutton, of Pinoville, eloped ped over tho green sward, rambled on to uircctions. 25 cts. 2:17U, Alma 2:284, Astoria 2:tt(l, Aida 2:144, Northwest (pj 2:17U, llrown (4) dam of Alda de tfare 2:2GV; Clara It alto Tho nows from tho seat of war is con- years old. - Bible Given Away. from that city to Tennessee with Dr. J. 2:184, Keller Ihomat 2:1VU, and 15 among tho forest trees and tho hillsldo CARITA. grandam of Rcina Victoria, dam of Princeothert In 2:30. Dictator It also rrand full lirnlliera and iliteri to Tho Mercer Coal and Grain Company Hodges nnd Mr. J. O.Tnrvln nnd married D.im nf ton 2:194, and 3 othert in 2:30. sire of Direct (p) 2:08, Margaret b. M) wreathed the wild flowers to trim tho stantly contradictory; but not so from bpleiidur All rold aa Jerllni; and 2:1(11, Evangeline (3) 2:10; at Hopkins- them. Tho lost heard of tho Judgo he 2:121, Guide a nt from Sl.TXXI to $2,1X10 each hat, lias long Binco Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; every report was sold under tho hammer beautiful green-lea- f Daphne 2:19, and E0 others in 2:3a Two or more are certain to go In the list Iq order to incTcaso our already largo grown to womanhood, so has Clovcrport, concerning it proves it to bo tho best villo for $40,000. was still at tho depot with his WinchesDOVALVS MAMBRINO ... year this aeiuon. Cordova trotud Sire of the damt of D. Monroe 2:28, Miss wayward following from log in 2:32.. wibecriplion, list wo offer tho Judgo J. Harry Brent, of Paris, will fill ter awaiting tho return of his a Duroc 2:20to, Lulu 2:2iW. Maud Duller, hut village, closely surround- Cough Syrup known. Only 25 tents a trial 2:28V), and grandtlreof Mollle Mc.two-yer.oJnducomcnta to now Bubscribers and to ed by n mighty forest, grown to bo quito bottle. (. MISS BUTLER. tho Superior Court vacancy caused by daughters and their husbands. trial 2:38: Decoy, trial 2:31 and a Dam of Maud Duller 2:28li, and the It &d ones to renow quarter at a gait of 2:08. airs. Ah, tho death of Judgo Young. is n fixed and immutable law that a city with metropolitan It the dam of Fhallamont, tire of 6 under McQUADY. must 2:30. do I remember the littlo log cabin Lyon countyhas nt last agreed to pay 50 to have good, .sound health ono THE DAM OF BROWN CHIEF 4 Tgho national l'emocrauc uiivuuuuii Sire of Maggie K 2:291,, and of the dama of nicelfl at Chicago, Juu? 21st. pcrccnt.ofherrnilroaddobtand the bond- hnvo pure, rich and abundant blood. that stood where now stands tho beautiLady Majolica 2:21, Altamont 2:264, and Leap Year I grandson of Mottle G 2:181,, Gencvla S Jf National Kepuuiicnn sjonvcnuou ful mansion of M. Hambleton. From There is no shorter nor surer routo than holders hnvo consented to tako it. Jho 3:18V, Dcttie Jonca 2:28tt, etc., etc. Sarsaparilla. Look out boys i J'- - iw-t- s at Minneapolis. Juno 7th. the creek to tho Oglcsby lino was ono Fred Monsch was run over by a wagon by n course of Do Witt's ..Ttnl1. .!1l nntntnnln n. rnniliduto for common sward, where gleeful littlo girls Sold by Short it Haynes. Miss Lou McQuady is on tho sick list. loaded with stone in Jefferson county, SPEND Oil u ill bo for scrvice'nt tho Basin Spring Farm until July 1st, when ho goes into training. Prudent and were wont to play. But these joyous Tho old wooden bridge nt Frankfort is Mr. G. S. Wilson's school closed Satur- nnd his back was broken. Ho will die. ? ' days were not to last long. Aa man is day. obstructing naviga: A barn of John Stout, of Guthrie, was to bo removed. It is ever on tho alert, tho shovel and spado nnd two tion, nnd nfter granting several extentions Mr. Tom Mason will leave for Kansas consumed by fire. A $500 home $25.00. Payable as follows : $10.00 cash at timo of service ; tho balance $15.00 is insurance money, paynblo when were soon at work. Tho grand old oak in a few days. has set calves perished in the flames. Total loss of time, tho Federal Government mare is known to bo in foal. with its towering head, the beautiful next September as the farthest limit Miss Bettio Webb is visiting relatives SI, 500. walnut with its hanging mistle-toe- , to stand. A PASTURE Excellent Pasture can bo had for marcs from n distanco nt reasonable figures. tho First Trize. For that it will bo vcrmitted Lcitchfield. Tho Louisville Medical College will new iron bridge will bo built this sumthirty Dollars in cold will be given by which was tho delight of the gay and in For further particulars address NEVITT &. BLAND, P. O. Irvinglon. Ky. Tho Baptist church will be erected erect a new building that will bo the mer just below the Stnto Arsenal. her 'BnECKKsninaK News to the success blithesome girl as sho tried what W. W. WILLIAMS. equal of any edifice of tho kind in tho future fortune would be, was soon laid hero in tho near future. Bright people nre tho quickest to ful answers oi tno question ; low by tho woodman's ax, to make room Miss AnnaCoomes was visiting Miss country. "Who will be the nominee of each parly a good thing and buy it. Wo for tho cottago homco. Clara Crows last week. The Masonic Templo Company owes Bell lots of bright people the Littlo Enrly T" for PfWildent and Tho first building erected was by Miss Lucy Cannon, of Planters Hall, the city of Louisville more than $17,000 Risers. If you nro not bright theso pills Any person selecting the four names e and dwell is visiting Miss Katio Alvey. Lalleist for back taxes, and suit has been brought will make you so. Sold by Short ii Hay entitled to tho first wllljio ing on tho corner of Wall and Center prlzo-o- f BRANDENBURG, KY. $30 cash, and if, by chance, more Mr. T. J. McQuady attended church at to recover it. nes. .. streets. Tho first hotel was built and Thousands of persons certify to tho than ono answers correctly, tho prize Cave Spring Saturday and Sunday. Samuel McIInrgno shot and killed De-- : kept by Mr. E. Fisher in 1841, and for Do of all throat and lung affecwill bo divided accordingly. puty Sheriff Saddler, nt Corbin, becauso Mr. Horace Bland lias just recovered speedy cure soveral years was very successful, as Wo've been asked that question a hundred of Ayers Cherry tions, by the prompt use lie nrrested him tho day be'foro. there were n great many visitors, in from a severe attack of pneumonia. times lately by people who bought at our store, Pectoral. is the black sheep of a splendid constantMiss Maggie Smith, of Hardinsburg, thoso days from the south, who goods they were urcd to paying double the of age, has been John Underwood was amusing himself family, is twenty years rc ruonoy for. Hut don't watte wonder. We got ly attended the White Sulphur and Tar will teach tho spring term of school i. in Louisville by shooting holes through into many disreputablo scrapes, and by here. the goods honestly, paid good money for them Springs. r For a Second Frize. when lid was arrested this last crime, has broken the heart and and they are ours to throw nway, give away In tho fall of M9 there was ono of Mr. Louie McCIuro is seriously ill with Mm. Parkers door will bo given 'Twenty Dollars in cash wrecked tho mind of a kind, tender nnd We or sell away under our regular prices. tho greatest religious revivals ever known typhoid fever. Hopo ho will soon be and taken to tho station house. tVBsssrlssssssssVlsssssfiiflEmssI mt ui tno person wno guesses currui-uchoose to do the last, you owe it to yourself to Mm. Joo Fowler, of Meado county, who loving mother. in this country. It was begun by a lit- out again. to bo thus come around uu'd stock up at these unheard of tree out of the four names ngo presented her husband with tle, country, Baptist preacher, afterward It is a truth in medicine that the ' Miss Lillio McQuady is contemplating a month prices drfaa party standard bearers, so tnat assisted by the Itev. James II. Brown, tho seventeenth child, is dead. Tho hus- smallest doso that performs the cure is rsscr may prophesy wrong as to of Louisville, and to a very small mem- a visit to Sample in a short time, and band nnd children nro all living. WHY IS THE M the best. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers will be accompanied by her cousin, Miss CIofBinS: A.orHho four names, nnd by getting will perform the bership of the Baptist faith was added Early Risers, Early Bisers, Early are the smallest pills, Sclentiflo American The last chance of your life to secure OverItrtc correct will come in for this prize. four hundred names, from country and Juno McQuady. cure and are tho best. Sold by ShortJ & rpnPemem coats nt your own price. Agenoy for & sewing oats and Itisere, tho famous little pills for constiTho farmers are busy town. Tho Lord put it into tho hearts llnvnes. MONEY? TI1E BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE 1 lot Men's overcoats w'h $15 00 r.d'd to $10 00 breaking corn ground. There will ho a pation, sick headache, dyspepsia and of thoso trood neonle to erect to Him a tlioe, 1th no taeka or It a 7 DO 10 00 P.wter Tnrloton, near Georgetown, toIthurt toamlcM mado wof tho licit nno wax thread calf, Itylltb nervousness. Sold by Short & Haynes. secthe fecti thott 6 00 8 00 new temple; bo they bade farewell to largo crop of tobacco planted in this nnd bccatu we make more equals of this was handling a pistol that wasn't loaded, and baud. Dr. W. II. Blakely's liouso in Bowling ifadetidn any other manufacturer, It GOO 3 HO tho dear old log school house in the tion. Success to tho News, cottlng nam-ih- g ball passed tewed thoct(iciinliio from $X to S3.W.tho flnut calf 1 J8 Will bo given to the first person .ISO Giecn was set on lire threo times in one when it went off and tho JjJO. OO for 3U)i equal treuin on tho tick- woods, where tho good work began, and You've tried Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- night. Tho "bug" was fired upon, but through Miss Mary Jowett's head in- Imported shoo over offered frnm S3) to tlijM. tho two thoct ?hlcn. cost OAVEATS. AUCTION PRICES calf. were soon worshiping in a handsome scription havo you and you're blibP, OO IlnniNMPweilU'clt samo day ets. TRADE BISKSOi D 4a ttjllsh. comfortable nud durable. Tho best he made his escape and cannot bo iden- flicting a fatal wound, and tho AT as custofor that day. Tho ground was nesiON PATENTS prico i tame erndo Volney Johnson, in Christian county, tuoo ever offered nt thisfrom $5.01 to fuM. All ballots must bo accompanied by church, The results are not immediate. tified. COPYRIQHT8, eto. thoct cottlng given by W. Flannagan now U. S. Hnllroaa lien & was nlnvine with another ono of thoso Jh 5 k,i iAii.tn Carrier! VnrmpnL them: nno calf, Geo. freo Handbook write to And did you expect tho discaso of one year's subscription to Tiif. Uiikckf.s-wdq- k For Information and BnoABWAT. NIW VonK. all wear nnd Letter Stephen 11. Ilite was sentenced in the MUNN A CO.. 881 from Texas. But there is not a instruc-men- ts threo seamiest, smooth Inside, heavy year. soles, d News at only $1, and must bo writ Senator years to disappear in a week ? Put a Louisville Circuit Court, to bo hung for treacherous Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. UNTIL STOCK TAKING TIME. One pair will wear u brought .before by patent now living, that I can call to shoe wtroffeirt no ho lived two hours. ten,' on n Beperato pieco oi paper irom member pinch of timo in every dose. You would the willful murder of Albert Bauerman. notice given Xrco SO SO flno cnlfiUDD better will tuuiiu.. ...vat 1 lot Men's suits w'h $18 00 reduced to $12 50 the puillo bx ataken out ut Itof charge In the trim Sai miS priCO! mind, who was taken into the church at not call tho milk poor because the crcan whowantnshooforcomfortnndservlco. iTurcStnaining order for subscription. V 00 1 12 50 ' Fount Justice nnd Briggs Caldwell were He is a second cousin of 'the lamented ; have all passed 9 00 7 50 " " nnd durable. Thoso who 1 nre very Old subscribers will bo required to pay that great revival they brothers-in-law- , living near Scottsville. have Blrcn them a strongwill wear no other make. trial 1 7 50 " 4 98 " " great doesn't rise in an hour? If there's no Jesse James. nnd S1.75 school shoet are and renew for one year in from this earthy templo to tho U past dues . :est circulation of any sdentlfln paper In tho water in it the cream is sure to rise. If There was an old grudge existing be DMiel SJ.00 ESOjS worrttaythebojsoverywbero: theyseU templo above. Our good Methodist A bill has been reported favorably traien. no ,iiliiiki.u. 1 ft.'t.OO a If Wiwiklr. jv.v" advance. there's a possible cure, Dr. Pierce's aw which they made up last on "ji-.rsa.O-merits, ns the Increasing sales show. best d shoo, tween them, 1"tt" puuuiu w il O 1 months. w. jeari I1JO six SGI niwivm Address" iiuna a nt lionKola,vcrystyllsh:enuaUFrench, "Now is your time to subscribe and brethren, who, in thoso days, had more Favorite Prescription is sure to effect it, from committee to tho Kentucky Houso Sunday and the next day in each others llroadwer. Mew ork. Vudlisiikus. Imported shsitlnKfromIWtoW). zeal and fire than style, were soon workof llepresontative, permitting three-fourtfev5.HO mill S1.75 to Imdlca U.SOi fine Uongolo. Ktyllsh and shoe for voto. if given n fair trial. You get the ono went to n company they durable. tho bctt MIsmi ing, hands and heads together, to build One lot nf Ladies' fine shoes worth $3 00 or more of a jury to render n verriamo that Cnuilon.-8- ee dollar it costs back again if it don't benedrink and rejoice over the buriel of tho price are stamped on thoW. - Douglas' shoo. aud $2 49 bottom of each llcduccd to for themselves a house of worship ; for dict in civil cases. D. E fit or euro you. Wo wish wo could give were returning homo NO BiniSTITI!TE.a hatchet. As thoy One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $2 50 God has so ordered that churches, liko Tho skeleton of Henry Hayden who accompanied by Charles Hancock nnd TV.?" on local advertised dealers tupplylng ypp. 1 98 OF THE Koduced to you tho makers' confidence. They show JIOUUJjAS, llrocktou, Mass, oldby families, should eacli worship Him in CELEBRATED One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $1 75 PUBLISHER, again, in all disappeared from his home, in Graves Dock Oliver, nil pretty well filled, Justice FOK BAUE BY it by giving tho money back 1 24 their own peculiar way no two mothers Reduced to ago, has JACKSON Oloverport, Ky. keep house exactly alike though tho cases not benefited, nnd it'd surprise you county seven yearnEvidences been found got off liis liorso nnd told Caldwell to get BOWMER &. HAMBLETON KY. One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $1 25 CLOVERPORT' go to provo kill him. Caldto in a hollow tree. to know how fow dollars are needed down that ho wanted to 95 CORSET WAISTS. lleduced ti Methodist and Presbyterian brethren that ho was murdered. well jumped down, and so did Hancock, One Kit of Ladles' heavy shoes worth MADC ON IV aV TM( Tcjr this slip off and enclose it worshiped together until that kind and kep up tho refund. 69 Somo members of the Kentucky Houso who nlso took sides with Justlco against $1 10 Reduced to good man, Col. David 11. Murray, gave Jackson Corset Co. 81.00. with your Mild, gentle, soothing and healing is of Representatives are seriously contemOno lot of Men's boots to close worth Caldwell drew his pistol and them a homo in which they could wor- Dr. Sago's Catarrh Ilcmedy. Cures the plating having cards struck to send up to Caldwell. $2 90 Jackson, mick. $4 00 reduced to killed .them both nnd their bodies I guess as follows : Hei.ilqunrters for Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth ship according to the dictates of their worst cases permanently. No experiI finiCQ 'who prefer not tho Speaker, when thoy wish recognition laid in tho road until tho next day. At 1 98 $3 00 reduced to " LftUICOto wortr Stiff own consciences; and the M. E. Church menting. It's "Old Beliable." Twenty-fiv- o from that great personage. tho beginning of tho firing Oliver's mulo Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth and Itlgld Cortots, are of this city should ever remember him 1 50 , years of success. .... a $2 50 reduced tu 1. .... Q) J. A. Williams, editor Guthrio Blade, throw him and ran away, dragging him - -liiv.ivu nt with reverence, as it is through him that 9ltESI DENT Ono lot of Men's sample boots to close Tliey are npprovod by married M!bs Emma Mdrtin, of Green- by the foot, which hung in tho stirrup, 1 25 thoy havo their beautiful home. worth $2 50 to $5 00 reduced to... WEBSTER. physicians, endorsed by p ville, and A. O. Briggs, editor of tho nnd ho was sovcrely injured. Caldwell Grain Drills, Fertilizer, CeniBiit, Micb Tho next thing to be considered in dress makers, and ipan Planter, Suit, Limo. Coal Oil Owcnsboro Farmers and Laborers Journ-n- l has not been nrrested. All tho parties (TOOfl5 by every ludy DrP5$ progressive order is tho Cannel Coal Oil Tlireo cheers for John G. Carlisle. by tho Barrel. Plaster Hnir, families. married Miss Mlna Newman. arc of good tliut liua worn them. 1855, lapsed Works, which opened up in Wo are offering something fine In Dress Messrs. Board and Coleman arc still in RepuLIicMi EEXD FOB CIECTJLAB. Charles Wiggington, who was ono of & during tho war, and operated again in the city. Goods which can not be found at any otbor Your Wheatl" 'noll tho poisoners of tho Ferguson family '07 and '08. Thoy moved things with alPresident house. Thoy compose tho remainder of Fine E. C 0SB0RN, Southern Agent, A circular which Is credited to tho Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Tho fine weather last week was good several months ago, escaped n life servico push and vim, strangers were moving in Dress Goods bought early In the season and OS RICHARDSON BLOCK, Minnesota Alliance has recently been Orders acways kept on hand. in tho penitentiary by dying of consumpamong us, homes were erected hero and for tho farmers. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. must be sild. Unvatsers Wanted. issued. It is similar in statement nnd companied by cash prompt T. B. Henderson has a fino farm ho tion in tho jail at Mt. Sterling last week. advice to tho formor proclamations, You will never havo another suoh a chance there, and lower Clovcrport as our ly dlled. to get a nlco Dress and get it cheap. They Wo truly believo Do Witt's Littlo which declared that tho farmers would neighbors on tho upper sido the creek would like to sell. Name. will not not last long. Come early If you Payno & Compton sent off a great Early Itisere to bo tho most natural, mako monoy in tho end by holding their termed us was looking upward ; but that want choice. most effective, most prompt and econo- wheat. This latest circular gives figures Dr. BULL'S facilitates TeetMnu an mighty machine ceased to move and fell many furs last week. Address. concerning tho demand and supply of tnV cvn I 111 regulates tho Bowels. At mical pill for biliousness, indigestion to tho bottom, nnd Cloverport was left alldragglata.rrloo25ots. Mr. Sam Crawford who has been sick AliloinUr wheat throughout tho whole world, & HOW SHE LOOKS. and innctivo liver. Sold by Short & which nro of particular interest to all to move along in her own easy way. for sometimo is now out. BRANDENBURG, KY. If you wish Haynes. But as wo proceed we must not forget growers of that nocessary cereal. Mr. W. G. Claycomb nnd wife spent In the tho ever enterprising and energetic It. It. The Politicial Land-La- y to advertise It gives tho exporting capacity of tho B. F. Slater, President and Manager of Sunday near Clifton Mills. Fourth. nnd need Instruction, send ono dollar States nt 140,000,000 bushels more Pierco; foraswe pass up and down the tho Southern hotel Company, in Louis- Unitedlost year,-- which falls 40,000,000 LAND SALE FOR TAXES. for our " Book for Advertisers." A has lost somo Mr. Lud Adkibson (In And About than streets wo see here and there stately buildlittle study of that book will enable ville, is gone, leaving creditors in the short of supplying tho world's deficit. you to decide what you ought to tlo, Montgomery, of Elizabeth-town- , ings, erected by him in his younger days, hounds havo you seen them? Hon. Aleck and give an Idea of the probaulo cost. lurch to the amount of $3,000, and tak- This 140,000,000 bushols, it Buys, would TnliatbaStilweil, lazes due years 1887, is a politician who never walks in and many has been tho boy that smiled at forget Webster's base ball club. Don't ing along with him about $1,000 of other supply Europo with bread for 19J days. 8. 9, 90 and coil, 60 acres land near will not grow anywhere grass, because it If you instruct u? tho dollars and cents received from his She is next best in tho county. Tho lottor does not ndviso tho farmer llardl sburg, sco deed book U, page people's money. to placo a certain amount of advernear his feet. Ho is tho leader of tho liberal hands. "But," says somo ono, unnecessary scarcity or to DIB I 1 J Q Cures Coughs, Colds, bo tho Democratic Nominee? tising for you In the way wo think $S35 474 If dull, spiritless nnd stupid; if your to create an Jientucky Big Four who got into good "they had to work for them." Ah, there- - Who will will do you tliemost Rood, you should Bronchitis. Croup, only EUE-1- U repudiate his debts, but to sell Oreen M. Dowell's, heirs, taxes due is tho question; why Flower of New blood is thick and sluggish ; if your Bend an explicit statement of what places in this Congress by their activo it isl but who of our noble and great you wish to accomplish, nnd mako obliged to whon tho receipts year 1889 and cost, one house and lot York. is capricious nnd uncertain, you what ho is buI table arrangements for payment. support of Crisp for Speaker. Montgom- men y are largo and increasing, and when thoy or since tho birth of our In Ulg Spring, tee deed book 31, Your order will thou recolvo all tho E9 1 1 formerly of Cloverport, has need n Sarsaparilla. For best results are on tho doclino to sell only a certain Consumption, nndro- Dick May, ery, Fill's, Goodnight and Paynter were saviour, from tho poor man's ragged boy attention that It requires. 8 15 page 198 by Short & Hay- portion each month. In conclusion tho liovos C'onsumntlv.0 V chargo of Ahmed Board's place this tako Do Witt's.-S- old for, and tho gentleman nil well .cared Margaret Hlgtby, taxes due yea s J 887, persons. Prico 25 cts. At nil druggists. to tho rich man's jeweled son, that If you wish nes. letter predicts that wheat will sell on from tho Fourth Kentucky is said to be aspired to a high and noble calling, didn't year. 8, 9, 91, 91 and cost, 102 acres land i7 advertiyerrjent Dakota farms at $1.50 Crisp's right hand man. At any rate, have to work, either with brain or musTho merry peal of wedding bells will Asel Millor, who killed his sixteen-year-ol- d Minnesota nnd nearBewleyvIllc, see deed book No, P prepared and a plan of advertising per bushel bofoyo tho winter closes. 177 15 (A Boon proclaim a marriage in this comthat impression is doing campaign ser- cle, or both ? 27, page daughter in Edmonson county, marked out ; to be told what papers THE NEW WEBSTER Ull DBUUIU uw. uuu niut. llill IW. munity. Gus Harris, taxes due years 1890, 1 and vice for him in parts of his own district. near two yearn ngo, escaped from tho will be, wo will furnish tho adverSo wo have been tho log cabin torn If you hnvo a disease similar to th tisement and the plan either or cost, lot No. 1, in block No. 24. in Mr. Montgomery is a candidate He Mr. II. L.Kurtz will leavo this plnco Lcitchfield jail, but was recaptured and both, and submit them for your consee deed book No, 43, page 15, 0 55 1 eaves no doubt of that, whatever else it away and supplanted by tho brick inan-Bio- in a few days for Texas where ho will returned, lie was assisted by somo ono following, try tho samo remtdy and see sideration, together with our bill for tho grassy plot disappear and lots, you. "My wife had if it does not euro tho service. Jemima Leslie, taxes due years 1838, 9, may pleaso him to leave in obscurity. on the outside who unlocked tho door. travel for his health. lawns, houses and paved streets are in inflaination of tho bladder for about 90 and cost, 30 acres land near Falls Ho is a shrewd political manager, and Hen-wit- h preparing "Ijito to bed and early to riso will five years. I tried everything I could Miss Annie Claycomb nnd Mary its Btcad ; but what shall wo say of tho of Sinking, see deed book S, page 210 7 40 takes Hill and Gorman for his models. advertiserrjern?; shorten the road to your homo in tho thiuk of to relievo her, but fuiled to do demon spent Saturday and Sunday dear old wood fire that glowed so cheerClint McCunr, taxes due year'1890 and Ho is Buave, agrccablo and accommodatelectrotypes and estimates the adskies." But enrly to bed nnd a "Littlo so; oven our family physician failed to hearth-stonwhere our Miss Mollio Adkisson, of Lodiburg, cost, 13A aa es laud near Big Spring, vertiser pays us. Fortheexpensoof does not pretend to bo a great fully upon the. ing. Ho Early Riser," tho pill that makes lifo benefit her any. At last I purchased 9 70 and see deed book No. 35, psg 243 Jos. Stewart is a merchant, farmer, an frtaclnfr advertisements contracts we INTERNATIONAL ranks as a working mothers taught us the way of life ? This fulfillment of btatcsman, but-hD, N. Hois, taxes due years 1890, 1 and wo havo seen superceded by heat from agent for tho MeCoruilck machine com- longer and better and wiser. Sold by Lightning Kidney nnd Liver Remedy, are paid by a commission allowed by member. Ho has his enemies, of course, the nubllsher of tho naner In which cost, 43 acres land neat Ilewloy vlle, coal it being woods superior, but wo bined, nnd there is some talk of him Short it Haynes. DICTIONARY and nm glad to Bay that after the first 1. the advertisement appears. and will have opposition. lion. Silas M. i..,St,t 11 86 see deed book V, page 183 and now see hero in tho latter part of this nine- being a candidate for Circuit Court Georgetown has had a regular prise doso my wifo was reliovcd, of Hart county, is already an,wy Tayton, Jemima llratnlott, liated If you want to learn century that by tho art, ingenu- Clerk. ' fight sneaked in on her. Tommy Ward, after taking only two bottles of said remnounced as a candidate, and Adjutant teenth Robert Sines, taxes due all the Ins and outs of advertising and perseverance of man, from down well. Lightning Kidney of Louisville, nocked Otis Hester, of edy, ta entirely without any cost or trouble, rend General .Tack Gross is thought to bo only ity u,e and cost, 218-1SUCCESSOR OF'TIIU UNAniUnfJKn. and bad blood often lead to Covington, out in twenty-on- o Vitiated 1'ltiNTsns' Ink regularly, carefully, mother earth, the natural gas rounds. nnd Liver Remedy cured her." nnd Itetet from Cover to diver. a' studiously : Issuod weekly, &S a year, nnpinir. inn awaiting a proper timo to appear as a deop in ....,..., ... imnn stunts . ,., ge Z3a.., 10 88 brought to us, and now with serious diseases. A good plan is to tako It is said that several Kentucky RepreKy. A (JRANDJNVESTMENT I. W. Lo.vci, Cartnight, If von wish a comnlete cataloomo of 1890 and .Wager Swain, taxes duo candidate. Numerous others have boon has been every amlly all nowspapors, send $5 for tho Ameri of a match that invisible Borne blood medicine at intervals of four sentatives witnessed tho mill. For sale by all druggists. int. In"34 acres land f can owspaper mroctory. talked about, including Senator D. II. but tho touch '"Tim work nf revision occupied over fveest, or six weeks. Tho best is Lightning ten yeart.moro Minn is hundred eilltnritj for any farther Information address near Irvlngton, see deed book No, 42 Buckner, Hon. W. C. fuel supplies us with a warm and brilliant Smith, lieliiB employed, iiml over 8300,0001 It is a purely vegetable Mrs. L. It. Pntton, Rockford, III., fire and makes our homes as bright and Blood Elixir. Babyland. 4 35 , page 98 Buckner ezpeuueu ueioroiirai uupy ivna nuitm. GEO. P. ROWELL 6-McChord and others. writes: "From personal experience I D. O. Branson, of Davis midnight as at noon-tiinSOLD OY ALL DOOK8ELLERA. no compound. W, L.Turplu, taxes due years 1890,1 Tho March Babyland is a picture, a Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lias eald that ho would not bo a candi- cheerful at can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla, ramphlet sent free- by tlio publishers. dust, no smoke, no labor, what a treasure. Station, S. C, says : "I had somo kind a euro for impure blood and general and cost, a tract of land known as the story and n song, nil in ono. Tho dainty date. Judgo It. A Burton, of Marion, 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. CAUTION Is necdod in purchasing a dicwith its of skin disease for twenty yearn. I paid tho deed book Yes I havo seen tionary, at photographic, reprints of an obsoHall tract aear Hoittta, see frontispleco of Mother, and Baby in tho may also enter the raco. Sold by Short it Haynes. lete and comparatively Worthless edition of physicians of tho 18 55 ., 4liPo 37 pleasant faced mothers moving slowly to out $500 to tho best Webtter nro being marketed under TorlouJ cradle, "ThtfTiptobwlns," "Tho Neigh-bo- r Snm. D. Rothwcll, n sixteen-year-ol- d no relief. My Bkin Vir Vnuno. ItiH Hna veart IRQ0. 1 ntmes and often by misrepresentation I NOTICE, A hacking cough is annoying and very town to purchase comforts for tho littlo South, nnd found Babies," "Sweetheart in her Day GET THE BEST, itching all tho time. My boyshot nnd mortally wounded Ross and cost, one lot In irvlngton, see dangerous. Why not stop it? Mr, J. ones at homo ; but as timo rolled on, tho was raw and "The Nursery Black" The International, which bears iwprlnl of Make your orders by the 1st of October Preach-erevill6 25 deed book No. 41, page tU that I should try Rigsby, nineteen years of ngo, at O. & C. MKHHIAJt & CO.jl'uWWhefs, "Mouso W. Fcddicord, Shady Nook, Ky., writos ox and cart were sot asido for tho more merchant insisted we will furnish you any kind of Springfield, Mass., V, Rigsby had outraged Roth-well- 's smith," and tho illustrated I will on Monday, March 21st, 1892,sell the timo ngo ; It convenient, comfortable and neatly ar- Lightning Bloc Elixir. 1 had taken "I took a Bovcro cold bouio twelve-year-olsister, while ho Story," with other pretty pictures and above described propi r y or to muoh thereof bo many patent medicines that I had no settled in my chest and caused mo very ranged spring wagon, and, as man is over jingles, will enptivato Baby and receive as will pay the (axes due. BMAT.Ti T'-SUSS-, thought I would try it, and and his mother wore away from homo atThreo woinon woro sont to tho penimuch pain when coughing. I purchas- reaching out for something to pleaso his faith, but heartier pralso than over from Mamma BHK,TJBS, Given under myhaiid' this February 22d, now I can honestly say that ono bottlo tending tho bedside of Mr. Rothwell, 5 conts a number. tentiary from Covington Inst week, Ono J 892. ZACK. QREENi ed A hottlo of Lightning Cough Drops, fancy, tho rpring wagon gets common ik J. S.3rDeJEBNETTB, recently injured in a runaway, two miles Prico 50 cents a year; two hm!L and the beautiful buggy is brought into of Lightning Blood Elixir cured mo Manager Hardinsburg Nurs and after taking a few doses, I found D. Lothrop Company, publishers, Bos- hnd Biolen $50, and tho other Tho sound and well." All druggists soil it, from homo, Sam went to Lancaster and ton. 1IAHDINSUU11C Sheriff llroekenrldge Co. pilfered a wnteli eacli. relief, and am now entirely well." use. But what do wo see gave himself up to tho authorities. iron horeo with its handsomo coaches, nnd will tell you nil about it. tfsfi for 20 and 00c WEDNESDAY, MAK01I 0, 1. $KIN t- GOLD rolling to and fro with its lightning speed carrying man whorero ho wishes to go. Such has been tho rise nnd progress of our city along theso many years; and hero again wo should thank our friend 11. U. I'inren for bin untiring efforts in securing for us such a blessing as our railroad. I expect to sco our lovable littlo city watered from tho bcautiial Ohio, natural gas supplanted by electricity, nnd our streets with their electric lights, throwing out sparkling rays bo that wo will neither stumblo or fall ; and I hopo to sco every feature of vice and immorality scattered to tho four winds, and overy liouso of intemperance, a houso oi song and prayer for Ilim, Whom to pralso is everlasting life. An Old Woman STATE NEWS. Princeton has a cob plpo factory. TO EXPEL SCROFULA from the system, take BELMONT C4. trl I Sire nf I'red Atlliur (p) ill'li, XulwooJ JllNll. Weitiiewnral S'l'', Viking J:l', In 1;'M 37 nn have 1'I7 mi it &i oilnr In i.SOJ ) ijih;IiUt have 37 In iM; II. t. 41.1. total uWeniUnli In 'I lit cieate.t ton of AbJilluh IS, who, all thlnKi conalderril, was the greateM ton ol lianiblctonlan 10, AVER'S tonic. ABPALT.!! 16.2 2 l.v llaml.l. Ionian 10 Slietif (luldsmilh Maid ::ll (dam of Mran per tire nf In 2 U) and five ntheia in 2 SO) rtliunnt, tire of iW In 2:30 and 424 detcend antt In 2'30; llelmont, aire f 3S in 2 Du and 415 descendant! In 2:311; all thine considered, the griaiett ton of IlamblctunUn la ti BF.tLE, by Msmbrinn Chief It Dam of llelmont, 4H tltsctndsnls In 2:30: Mcturdy't Uambletoniin 2:.'CW, tire of 13 In 2:30; stttacua, tire ol 1'ioipcr Merimeu 2:24; gnndam of Mayenne, dam of Cref cendo 2:14Vk; 1'ancoatt 2:214. lire of 2:14U, l'rodlgal 2:174 l'ationige, tire of Alii (tj 2;ltSi, belt on lecord except 1) n ', Sarsaparilla the standard )) Oures Others you. will cure It and o Q q: Z V $20 Vico-rresidc- a. J re-o- t) vrar-old- 1 lt ld yes-we- ll fe30 IN GOLD TRRMS o store-hous- Geo. Yeakel & Co. How Can We ttuvB-chosc- n It :- . $20 IN GOLD ?illiPKIIIIBv-W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE llnnil-ncjvrd, iTwenty Dollar Bible Vice-rresiden- ts ijTTn clisnt)-pointe- d. m-made u..i Yeakel Go.'s, e. empty-chambere- 2a .... Ilniiil-Kowc- still-hous- o jno Mliage, I- YOU WAftaT 0KSE GREGORY & CO., Democratic nt Nomine. Reapers and Mowers, Pine fJ 1.. Vice-Preside- Nomine. Poplar Shingles Vice-Preside- nt. GEO. YEAKEL CO. 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