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BARNUM. In iwrtm vpjru. natil tijxaxoa Cot ncwftiiatKif advertising. On that Investment he made fia, mono. it I'ayi to AdTcrutc. (gv -- , J VOL XVI. Wo manufacture and hnvo for Uo by tho BJnglo barrel or car load, four grades, of Flour, as fol-Io- ' NO. 37. ' F : ' . S PRISONER OOPYRIQHT None Stock -c ,- IV ls iv i f I'rf ' never fails to pleaso tho most fastidious. Retail price Fancv Patent of tho highest quality that pi7 R'CALHUN' USL DY AMEHIOAN PRESS ASSOCIATION "Hello, gwlncV" tlmrl Wimrs yoa una iu;iifii per bbl. and wo pay tho freight. We could not seo tho man, but tlicro was that lu his volco that indicated ho waa iu no umiublo mood mul tli.it howaa quite prepared to dispute our advance. "Wo una is ffwwio homo, if you una nin't got no objections," replied Boll. "Wliar fa yer home?" pally Dread. Fancy Bakers, yoi-Fessi- ng fino color and strength, and in great favor with tho hundreds who have it In daily use. lklS per bbl. and wo pay .the trcight. Satisfaction. Clloico Pamily good quality at M of the moderate price of wo per bbl. in cotton and pay tho freight. Uoyd's Entire. Straight grado, composed of all three of tho above, and possessing the good qualities of all in a high degree. teT K iklf If your H per bbl. and wo pay tho freight. Grocer does nat handle our flour, send your money and orders to us and they will have prompt attention. Respectfully, Irvington Milling IRVINGTON, KY. Louisville, St Louis & Co., Co. Texas RJ. '; SCHEDULE TIME TnUliiff Effect , A5:00 o'clck A. H. Vednezday " Wet Bound Traini M Daily Mft6u& IsTO. 18. ? July 29. '91 Eatt Bound Traxni - Kxpr'i Bxpt' IVIly 7 iVim STATIONS Mft Bxpr'. Elipr'i 51 Dally Dally 9 05ptr W '"'iW .. 734, ' ' i 1 02.1pm 6 40 800 8 41 8 41 tv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1J) Kentucky St. 12 45 Writl'olnt Howard 860 1206 8 05 7 40 7 31 ! . 900 747 757 . 908 " U17 807 9 21 '811 827 931 944 10 Hock Havert Long Hranch Meade Spring. Hkron Guston Irvington I.odlburK Tierce 12lKum 8 02 1145am 747 1138 11 Hrndenburg 9 26 78 865 '.8 57'- 47 9 21 9 25 930 , 9 46 951 1001 1021 1028 1031 1060 11 (B 1111 96J UU Webster Su..ple Holt '905 (111 1010 1015 1023 1027 1030 10 41 1125 1119 1111 1102 10 6i 1045 1035 1023 ') 727 7 23 715 665 6 48 Stcphensport Addison Clovcrport Shops Skillinan 1030 1018 1015 1001 1010 1018 u ! m St. '--. Uj.. 6ight bet tab if you uus wussn't never bawn." $". 1131 4 0'. Stanley I read the furloughs exactly as I had 365 Worthlngton fe 1140 written them, the men and the boy Spottsville 7 37 3 87 101 1155 329 729 liasketts 1205pm 111 watching mo tho whilo llko hawks. 1220am 125pm ar.IIcnders'n Iv 715im 315pm Then I had to explain my object.in carrying tho noto book, and at Mr. Si Kyle's Lou!sviIe,fiardinsburg& Western R. R. request I read extracts from that, showing that wo had been in South Carolina r3& No. 2 TIME TABLE. the week before. This had iin excellent TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1801. effect. Si Kyle and his brother Mart us Hast Hound Trains and hia son Flint shook hands with (Ct West Hound Train Dally Dally Dalh nnd promised to help ua through. ! ex bun. Wo resumed our march with our STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 strange allies, and about a mile beyond m No.5 No. 1 '11 30 J m I.v Irvington Arj 9 80am tho place of meeting wo camo to a bowl -' 12 10pm 835 t uriiciu shaped valloy, in tho center of which 815 llarned Kffi 780 Hardlnsburr )242 there was a cluster of log cabins. Hero Kirk 715 118 there waa an extensivo cornfiold, ami Jolly . 705 10 641 Olendcane 148 the cattle and mules grazing along the Dempster 631 .155 creek, with a liumber of tot headed 2 15pm ar Kallsltoughlv 611am 551 uocavaie nnd nearly naked children watching 629 Ituth 302 them, showed that Mr. Si Kylo waa 6 21 Askina 311 Oaks 600 320 more proeperoua than the average 4 45am 4 OOpin ArPordsvilleLv mountaineer. j Wo wero conducted into ono of thb 2t&t cnbina and introduced to Mrs. Kyle, a LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, particularly gaunt woman, with very long, yellow teoth, and to her daughter, Sally, a wl'd eyed and rather pretty girl E.AST. h. R, R.) of sixteen, whoso feet appeared to bo as little acquainted with shoes as her lithe r8HORTEST, QUICKEST nnd supplo form was with corsets. There M were two beda iu the room, nnd benches AND 11EST LINK TO of hewn logs with legs fitted in auger holes answered for chairs. Wo handed our gnna and trappings to our host, and f iwn U.r.nniwTa Mart Kylo, tho brothor, brought in n n""n .(F rusty tin can full of vile smelling raw ' South-wes- t. whisky and n gourd to drink it from. As it would bo n gro. breach of r. mountulu hospitality to refuse the treat, I drank some to the health of Mrs. Kyle. Timo-Cu1G3fl' is Elect d The gourd was passod around, our hostess r r .ui..m. a. in . . ..9:15 p.m., 4:2 'p. hi and her duughter drinking with tho ' .irrtlt. I.ouU T:40 ready case that comes of long practice. ..7i40 " -- BrsBlTllle 1:2ft " 4.,...., I0:l5p.m. Bell praised tho whisky nnd said that, if-;good as it was, he thought that a few 'V further (afermatlon, oall on or addreu, months moro ago wonld improve it, . V Before our supper of bread, bacon and p" R. CAMPBELL, milk the gourd was again passed around, - , OtB'l I'aw. Ag't, Kranivire, Iml and to my surpriM Si Kyle gave alt the H i'CAHPBELL, children a drink of wlihtky, explaining D. P. V r.mlsrllU.Ky to me that "hit wae Uw mt Mag in . W. Car. Tb xi Jc Main City TUkat the world for wonnsj'' then 1m iwkd a. St. ymUvlIle, Ky. Wotting. A majority of, 0mm moun 1207pm 8 37 4 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 llM-- m 1216 1227 1230 1240 1123 Ilawesvllle I'etrle Falcon Cayce. Lewlsport l'owers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly 967 944 933 9 2D 5 63 6 40 640 631 626 618 613 610 567 630 6 22 6 IS 920 915 909 851 611 5 05 35 "Ctost the Bluo IUdse." "Then why iu bhizca don't you una stick to tho roads that leads to tho Ridge?" uslcfil tho man, and through the jungle in front I caught the gleam of u rillo barrel. "Is thar any law against wo una gwine any way wo una likes?" asked Bell, and ho fired off a volley of oaths, which were returned with interest. Tho man told us that he was not alone, and that if wo took another step forward lie would fire. "You una," ho continued, "la out nosin foil the tax iu kind, but hit ain't no go. Wo una hcz give the last, nud not ono more d d drop goes out of theso yar hills unless hits paid foh. Go back and tell the quar'inastcrs that SI Kyle and his crowd hez got thar backs up. We una hez allowed not to still no more foh the onlesa tho Confed'iacy she comes liar with tho cash, and lota of hit. Now go back, fo' you una looks like mighty poro critters, cz hit wouldn't be no crcdet to shoot." It wa3 evident tho man waa running a Etill back in tho hills, and that he took us to be Confederates out collecting tho tax in kiqd. Bell repeated the old story and gave tho reason for our being off the road, and ho offered to lay down our arms and let tho man and his friends come out nnd search us. In conclusion ho said: "Sim Sleigh mebbo yon una hez heard of him told ua back thar at Carnesvillo to take to the woods, so'a not to bo picked up, and ho said if wo una could strike his folks up on thoTallulah, in old Habersham, they'd do the sqnnr thing and help wo una on." Sim Sleigh, who had so befriended ua tho night before, waa still our guardian nt&rii ,.e AViuJ iddntl a'Tirolnuient character in theso hills, for tho man in front, with les3 anger in his voice, called out: "Shot Do you una know Sim Sleigh?" Ho was assured that wo did, and that wo esteemed the acquaintance to be n very high honor. Following this w;o could hear talking in low tones beyond the nnglo of bush covered rocks in front After a few minutes of earnest discussion tho man said: "Wa'al, we una hez allowed you una may bo all right. But if so be you una ain't squar', then may tho good Lor ha' massy on yer souls. Now, como ou." Wo advanced, and beyond tho angle wo camo face to faco with two lank mountaineers, clad in butternut trousers nnd coarso cotton shirts, and a boy of about twelve, who if ho had taken off his shred of a shirt would have been en tirely naked. Their brown fncca nnd long, black hair made them look like Indiana, and tho old fashioned rifles, powder horns and the boxes for flint and steel fastened to their belts increased this impression. They were not yet assured that we were what we claimed to be, for tho man who had done all the talking asked if we had any papers about ua that would prove our statements. I had tho forged furloughs iu my ragged and much stained note book, and these I handed to tho man. He opened them in a way that showed he waa not nccustomod to such work; then ho suddenly handed them back, and said: "You tins ken read?" ' I said wo both had that accomplishment. "Wa'al, read them pap-;rand if go be it should turn out that you una can't read 'em right, then it'd bo a doggone (48 827 815 800 755 425. 413 f "7" ;:. M (. ;... Louis, Evansville West and II. Hall nnd Ben Durham passed through Harned en routo for Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, of Hardins-burwero the guests of Mich. Voyer Thursday. JPfrfi Mrs. Alice Payne has "been visitljf her sister, Mrs. Mnttingly at Glendeano for somo days. Henry llarned .has a now 6tylo of fence. Hopo that ho will succeed in securing a patent on it. Mr. Win, Otto nnd brother havo been here for several days past for the purpose of attending to business for llcnsloy & Jolly. We lenrn thnt Mr. Beaucliamp whom wo was expecting to move ntoneo to our CHAPTER IX. neighborhood has concluded to remain WE STRIKE TUC SEVENTH DAY BAPTISTS IN where lie is until fall. THE BLUE IIIDQE. Wo are expecting Miss Nannio HuntAfter leaving Mr. Si Kyle, the moun- er to inako us an extensivo visit. We tain distiller, we kopt to tho trails, will welcome Miss Nannie in our midst sleeping in the woods at night, and once tor she is unite n belle. coming within sight of a number of Edgar Goodman has just completed wagona escorted by a lot of mouuted his stock barn, and to uso Ed's expreswho were evidently out collecting men got tho best barn in tho county. tho tax iu kind. The third day in the sion he's hills Bell shot a pig, but ns wo had not Wm. Butler, of Custer, was tho contractho means of making a fire we curried tor. Androw Driskell, ono of our boys, who tho hind quarters till we camo to a dreary cabin occupied by a gaunt wo- is teaching school near Custer, was at man ami the usual swarm of towheaded homo on Sunday with a smilo all over and nearly naked children. In consider-ntio- u his face, and his was not tho only smiling of half the pork the woman gave face. us the use of her tiro aud contributed Tho spring is here and tho farmers of some corn bread that had evidently been n this community nro showing their cooked in the ashea, for it was.incrusted by putting in all tho timo on their with pieces of charcoal, which Bell asfarms, making times somo what dull sured mo was nu excellent aid to digestion. around tho station. On tho fourth morning after leaving Mr. A. Wcatlierford on tho 25th, had Kylo's we forded tho Talluluh river, and what is known as an'old fashioued log about a mile beyond we wero brought rolling, lie had quite a number of to a halt by six men, all of whom wore hands. They had a jolly timo besides nrmed with old fashioned rifles. Thoy appeared about us as suddenly n3 if they the good that was accomplished for Sir, had been shot out of the rocks, nud tho Weatherford by the day's work. leader, an old man with gray beard and During tho month of October Sirs. W, eyes that looked particularly cold and G. Puyiio's, GvB.Hayne's and N.C.Snydwhite in contrast with his dark, leathery er's farms wero considerably damaged by checks, called out: fire which blow's from tho train. The parties were nicely rewarded for their dumngo Mch. 25th.l'ayno received 40, Haynes $33 nnd Snyder $20. You see tho Itailroad Company nro an honest class of people. The editor of the Republic jumps on us for our reference to him in our lost letter with a vengenco that indicates a degree of distress that demands sympathy. This state of the mind, which is a natural sequence of senility, should bo looked upon by all reasonable pooplo as demanding the tenderest pity. Thero is no condition more pitiable than that that seeks pleasure vainlv by grumbling nt imaginary evils. Poor, demented Republic g, -uppto-cintio- taineers nro of Scotch-Irisdescent, us tho names and physiognomies indicate, and the asking of a blowing before meals ia simply the survival of an ancestral custom. It did not impress me a3 having any religious significance, for Mr. Kylo and his wife and all the children swore with remarkably ease mid fluency, and they were as unconstrained iu all their actions as so many savages. After supper, and wliou it was quite dark, our host proposed th.it wo should visit the still. "And ez thar's nokuowln ji3st what wo tins may oxpeo' in these yar times, I reckon," lie said, "oz how hit mout be well to hnvo yer guns handy, for lio d d tax in kind hunter is a gwine to catch Si Kyle asleep." Wo slung our carbines; thou, each being provided with a pine knot torch, wo Btnrted out. About half a mile from the cabin wo cnteied a rocky glen admirably adapted for defense. A hundred yards from the entrance it widened out into a little amphitheater, ami hero, set agaiuit a towering rock, waa tho still. The stench told that there waa a pigiien in tho vicinity. The glow from the log building and the botbteroua laughter of men showed that tlicro were others ahead of us, and that they had been doing their best to keep Mr. Kyle's whisky from getting old. There wero eight men iu tho still house, nil in tho prime of life, all dressed in butternut trousers nnd cotton shirts, nnd all with powder horns and bullet pouches slung from their shoulders and long hunting rifles within reach. These men Bhook hands with Bell aud myself as if wo were old friends, and that they had heard of out arrival aud alL about us was shown by their addressing each of us by his proper name. With tho two Kylea thero were ten mountain men iu the still houso that night. They wero physically stroug and brave, just tho fellows for soldiers, yet not one of them had been in tho ariy. Nearly all of them had been conscripted, and when I expressed surpriso at their being able to avoid tho service, thoy laughed, and declared with much pride that they had "desarted," and they "allowed that if any hojera had come into the hills to tnko we uus, they'd a had ri d d sight harder time of hit than if they run into the Yanks." And these, I huvo every reason to believe, fuiily represented tho men of the Bluo Itidgo from West Virginia down to Alabama. Not a man of tho party could read, nnd their ignorance, of the outside world waa asJn!!i35kTh.cv wero loud iu tlfelr" denunciation ofnlgbillH-'SHd- . Yanks," and seemed to hnvo only the vaguest notion of the causes Jhat led up to the war; but they took no pains to conceal their contempt for the "Confederacy," principally, it would seem, becauso of the conscription and tho tax in kind. Stories of Sherman's ndvanco on Atlanta had reached them, but so long as he kept away from "Old Habersham" they did not care if he overran the state; indeed, they rather hoped that ho wonld do so, nnd they wero particularly anxious that he should catch and hang "Old Joe Brown," then tho governor of Georgia. That night Bell nnd I slept iu ono of the beda with two of tho children. The oldest girl nnd another lot of children slept in tho trundlebed, nud Si Kyle, his wife and the rest of tho family occupied-thbed across the way. The whole arrangement was entirely primitive and unconventional. After breakfast tho next morning Mr. Kyle, after refusing pay for his hospitality, placed some corn bread, bacon and a bottle of whisky iu a bag, which he gnvo to Bell; then he accompanied us for several miles. "He gave us directions which, if followed out, ho assured us would take us, "without hurt or harm," to tho Tnlluhih liver aud tho homo of Sim Sleigh's family. approval, but Bell understood tho men nnd ho proceeded to win their regard in a way well calculated to bring on a light outside of those hills. He informed the old'mau nnd his fivo friends that he them "the doggoudest everjastin lot of fools nnd lunkheads" he had seen for an ago. "If you uus had sense enough togitundah kiver whin hit rains," ho went ou iu the same animated and recklessly personal way, "you tins wonld seo us ain't no d d tax iu kind men, but old Bluo Itidgcrs, jest ez good men ez any of tho crowd liar, even if wo uns hez been in the Confederacy army and is now n makin a bco line foh home." no then told the pld story nud explained that tho reason wo liad gone out of rour way to restnwhilo iu old Habersham was because n good friend of ours named Sim Sleigh, who helped us out of n mighty bad hole back at Carnesville, told ua if wo would hunt up his folks ncross the Tallulah that they'd treat us liko whi.to men nnd keepTts as long us wo wanted t itay. "Now," said Bull, in conclusion, "you uns ain't nctin to wo una ez if you mout bo any kin to Sim Sleigh, foh hit ain't iu him to condemn a stranger without givlug him n show to oxpluln." Instead of exciting tho mouutaiueers, this speech seemed to liavo u soothing effect. The old man told us that his name was Bowman nnd that Sim Sleigh's mother waa his sister and that tho homes of all were close by. He, questioned us as to Sim's looks aud where and how ho was wounded, nil of which "we answered satisfactorily, and to prove our faith wo offered to givo np our carbines. The men whispered apart for somo minutes, then Mr. Bowman camo back, shook hands with us nud presented tbrco of the men as his sons; tho other two wor brothers named Bennett, but nil looked so much alike that nny two of them might havo passed for twins. These mountaineers had n reputation for hospitality, and the old man, wishing to set himself right in this matter, explained his conduct by saying that tho hills wero being overrun by squads of cavalry out hunting deserters, and by wagoi.s out collecting the obnoxious tax in kind. They legurdcd the conduct of the Confederate authorities as highway lobbery, and to resist it they had formed nu organization. Tho country was well picketed by the mountaineers, and when tho wagons or tho cavalry wero too strong to bu resisted they went into hiding, taking cato that their corn; pigs nud ' were kept out of reach. con-sidor- FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE 1 TyXJLYtl&UOL i-- a. -- It. nAf!y THE : i II m SS" ? Jtnm.i GREAT EQUABC &$ .. fr . " i J . i TJ and -- 10 W MdWF ?. i 1 w Wrt.vl -a-m- :0NLY o E N nm MAE r J?,J!?4jt.H B V i y& - - JL1 43 THE1 T -- Q,TIAIL i pV g CIGAR - V. S5;nnl'''ffVS7tSiv .V. M.l il .v,w i: ,ii, A ..ixx mrMKuusx. ta 7ys!. c .v uwvwv"i j rw " tr'j xsp&sr, stsL j?gC J" sSTmtVfwAriV.. ?5-r5- usms'mDi.nsr'crc'nrTTieEiiD k vi Jk', .'V - I m . - -- I.."- - vt uint - . , . - r TELL X? :b"S" ' HETTERMANN BROS., 801 & 803 W. J W . t t x.. .a. m i htt a ivrivrrTvr tren. xraSHng Agt. oxmuivuiM, r -- -- -' MAfiHSS" -- -t- ffl - T 1Vk .f LOUISVILLE, . . fi iHrf - TO HE CONTINrjED. M.W.VW,,.,, HARNED. - Illlrl street V Al Pfaning Mill Brackets, GIVEN AWAY BY ..Hf. l mi j r Jfi.:i B aMi TOt a KL1E ..t .f v f:nS Plenty of mud. Forest Haynes is clerking for James licdmau now. Mrs. Rollins, of this place, has been ill for several days. Itcv. T. It. Roberts is teaching vocal music at West View. He reports good success, Messrs. G. MANUFACTUltintS OF bw 3kI V7 K'sn hhh 9 4&Emm& ix vv 4iv izhm Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, D00E & ADDISON, KY. WINDOW FRAMES, MOULDINGS. wood-workin- g Wo wish to inform tho Ihiilding Public that the Third Street Planing Mill has been refurnished with tho latest improved machinery, and that wo nro now ready to furnish nil kinds of builders material in our lino, such ns Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Uraokets, Mouldings, Ac. Can furnish material either in Poplar or Long Leaf Yellow Pine, tho finest finishing lumber ever in this city. Have just receivtd 150,000 feet of clear seasoned Yellow Poplur. Wo ore nblo to compete with any other planing mill in this section of country, and you can savo ten per cent, by seeing us before purchasing elsewhere. Tho trade of Pireckenridgo nnd Perry counties especially solicited. Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPORT, KY. I'm Bound To" Get Then On' Time ! 1 ' mm3iT& jli&k, haveyoha TIRED FEELING. LITTLE OR NO Whcro thoy givo their customers tickets and punch out amount of every purchaso from 5 cents up. When they havo bought $25.00 "u"u vy ivu uicir ciuucu oi any oi tao articles usicu ueiow : APPETITE, YOU ' NOTHING IASTES RiGHT TO ? If po buy n 50 cent bottle of LEMON OniLL TONIO and soo what a chango it w ill make. This Tonic is not only tho Surest Ucmedy for Chills, but ns n Blood Purifier nnd Appotiseris uneoualed. cry for.'t Pleasant ns lemonade. Children EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. For Sale by A. R. FISHER, CLOVERPORT, KY. tlmixsujo. Story of A curioiH adventure has happened to M. Arseno HousMiyo, the author. Some years ago, while at his country in the department of tho Afcnu. ho saved n little girl from being burned to death iu a fire which occurred on hor father's farm. He had forgotten all about tho event till the other day, when u handsome young woman called at his chateau nnd informed liitii that tho firemen of tho village where tho conflagration too.1 place had voted him u medal. 'I am tho chiltl you rescued from tho .flames," sin said, "aud have como to thank ypn with nil my heart for your noble aud gouorons liravory." Her namo is MUo. Dup"o, nnd she is on tho point of gotting married. M. Ilonssayii, charmed with her simplo bearing, mid delighted with tho medal alio handed him. said toher: "So you are going to lie married are you? Well. 1 am glad to hear it, nud shall enusidor it nn honor if yon will allow mo to provide your gown for tho wedding uml another gown made of ll.inie colored gauzo to to mind tho first day I mado your pleasant nnpialntunco." It is ncodless to suy that she accepted the oiler. Paris Cor. St. Louis A ArM-ne ro-c7-7 Large Oil Painting, handsome frame. 1 Cream lace curtain and brass trimmed curtain pole. 1 Glass Water Set. 1 Camp Booking Chair. 1 Wine Set. 1 Looking Glass, gilt frame. 1 And besides tho above attractive premiums wo will occasionnllv add moro articles to tho list. When you como in askto seo them. Wo ' havo marked down Grapei All Winter. Fresh grapes can bo had nil through tho winter lit a trilling oxpendituro of care and attention. Tho grapes should bo cut when just ripe, with sovoral inches of stem ou each bunch, nnd then bo placed in paper boxes, with n lnyor of crumped nowspnper underneath and another nlwvo them. Tho bunches should not touch, and tho grapes should not bo piled iu the box. Keep them in a cool, dry room not in the collar, tho dampness thorn is sure to spoil them and with euro to provout their freezing thoy will be us eatable iu Fobrunry us in Octo'mr. Interview iu St. Louis Globo-Domocr- ' HATS, CLOTHING & SHOES. To run them out to mako room for Spring Stock. And theso bargains won't last. "The Early Bird Catches the Worm." HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- & BRO. 4 Slxty-lh- o .Million Hollars an Acre. 7 East Main St., ' The other day tho Southeastern Hallway company was asked no loss 11 sum than fUViU.OOO for n small aud practically usoloss pioco of ground in Tho land is about sixtoon feet in depth, nnd comprises an urea of 4,131 superficial feet, so that tho claim is nt tho rate of JCIU',000,000 nn ncro. Tho company, it is scurcoly nccossary to add, did not closo ut the sum stated. London Tit-Uit- -:- s:ia-i:LT:esFrom I to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL a BUSINESS. 1 I.lveil In Crypt Twouty-olel- it Vinirn. 1WO HORSES WERE REINED IN CLOSE BY. hl lr 0e. "Hit's a mighty pleasant day, boys." Wo ngroed with him promptly, nnd Boll, with a viow to getting into tho good gra;cs of tho band, saldi "This is a pouuhful promisin country you uns has got down 'bout lieah." "Yea," responded th old man, and the oold gray eyes were searching us, "w uns allows ee how ihU k jtwt ez fin a oonntry ; his ottUloabs, and that's w'y wt) uns is d d pertioklar who ootuwi yar, CHw otter nodded and grtraUtl Mutir You can't feel well if tho blood is not right! Try Lightning Wood Klixir. It is nn herbal compound, and acts directly on tho blood and glnnular system, It bents faco powders for the complexion. Mr. Thomas Gilliam, Morristown, O., BHys ; "My daughter was tloiicate after having tho measles. Two bottles of Lightning Wood "Klixir improved health so much that she gained hreive pound! in two month. It beU the doctor! troattuentt'1 for ttlq by til hr Robort Davidson, who fur twonty-olgl- it yearn lived in tho crypt of tho Westminster Presbyterian church nt Daltimore, is dead. IIo was born in Irolund iu mil, nud camo to America early in life. Somo years beforo tho war ho became soxton of Westminster church. Ho iittod up u room in a hnmblo wny among tho graves nnd tombs beneath tho church, nud since llWti ho lived thero iu a hennitlike way, H was extromoly roticout in regard to give any hia history, and would explanation ms to how h came to cltoo) Bnoh h place m h dwelling phwe. Philadelphia LmI'jv Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, It contains many rooms of most crystallized beauty nnd a yawu-in- g Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. abyss into which largo stonos havo Koop in. Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinory, been thrown with no rovorboruting Steam and Hand Tumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, sounds borne back to tho ear by which its dopths might be ganged. Exchange Iron and Wood Pullpy, Shafting, Eangora, Brasra Good?, "Smaller lliun to lllta 'Urn," Iu viow of tho oxpectod visitation of grusshopors in somo parts of tho stato next your, tho state board of, horticulture has arranged for n supply of parasites from New South YJea, to ho ready for distrilm,ttnn. t March., Shu Francisco (MIL " llUcovory at n Natural Cave. A handsome natural envo was recently discovered in Lafayotto county, Go. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE nyr Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oik, And al kinds of Mill and Machine Supplied tSr PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory Correspondence solicited, , . , fMM t o , J . , O j&gggmto jJjTVt1 V f 1 mli a ii irTwtawyi, .t..- - HI i) ilium j' Tr Ma '"" mmtttat ' nil nn n Mn Mb BfcECKENRIDGE j. NEWS. 1891'. I ''Tlji Clkvklaxu Beeins to bo getting over tho Hills at a lively rato in tbis neck of woods. IIARDINSBUnG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. Mr. Joo Ray, of Flaherty, was hero Monday. J. T. Ditto, Louisville, spent Sunday at homo. Mr. Lyddan, of Webster, was in town last week. Dr. Wells is having an offlco built on Main street. Miss Fannio Maltingly, of Garrett, was hero Saturday. Mr. Davo Henry, of Irvington, was hero last week, Mrs. Harriet Powell is having her houso improved. Mr. II. C. Woodson went to tho city tho first of last week. Miss May Deo Pusoy spent Saturday and Sunday at homo. Gcorgo Frymlro, of Louisville, spent Sunday at Judgo Woolfolk's. Mr. Elisha Veros, of near West Point, was in town tho first of last week. Mr. Noah Greeuwell, of Rliodella, was in town tho latter part of tho week. Mrs. Jim Wimp, of Ekron, visited at Mr. E. Wimp's Saturday and Sunday. F. M. Jjincnster, from Flaherty, was hero on business tho latter part of tho week. . Mr.Lon Cowley nnd wife, of tho Sandy-Hil- l neighborhood, was in town shopping Saturday. "Mr. William T. Ditto, who is traveling for a house in St. Louis, was in our town last week. Mrs. Chas. Drury, of Bowloyvlllo, is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Moreman, near town. Miss Mary Bickcrstaff visited tho Misses Woolfolk and Richardson, at Sulphur Springs, last week. Tho farmers aro all busy plowing. They havo taken advantage of tho few bright days wo havo had. Mr. John Weathers and wife, and Mrs. It. II. Wlllet, of Leavenworth, Ind., visited at Mr. Gough's last week. Misses Lucy and Bcttio Young, of Sandy Hill, were in town Saturday, tho guest of Miss Mary Ashcraft. Mr. G. L. Neafus has bought Judgo Woolfolk's place here, and expects to move to town in a short time. Thero has been several now scholars added to tho already full school of Prof. McAuliffu here in the last month. Mr. Jack Trent has purchased a lot on East Hill from Mrs. Jennie Phillips, nnd will commence to build somo timo soon. Miss Winnie Green left Tuesday for Louisville, whero she expected to enter the Morton Infirmary, to be train e) lor . J '' WEDNESDAY. APltlL 0. D. L,Tl7& G. Shankmn, W. TIME TABLE. hi w tSO. jr 9 VinOIL 0. 11 AHI1AOB, Editor! and Proprietory iu.ui a.m. HSIliHiMHlVilt M.IUl S.57 p.m. Bait Weit - 9.46 p.m. 11.19 a.m. Eait 10.05 a.m. Weit Jaall Md Kxpresi golof XiprtM . Ii. SI. Ii. & T. tocnl Timo Card. editor of the Evanaville Courier, declares tliat Indiana is overwhelmingly for Cleveland. John OOINO WIC3T. rajunger Dalljr nrr. Hardlntmrg..t2:IJ p.m. CAST. OOINO la! A y ' r'?v- -J . 1 1 Fjuianger Daily arr. IIrJlaiburg 7:50 a. in :kj jr$. ' mii ii Don't lose sight of our guessing contest for tho Presidential nominations. Name your men and send them in along with your dollar for tho News. toeal r eight Mr. Elihu Meador is still very sick. All goods delivered frco by Hanlln & Brown. m, y. iii-- V mjJ8ffl&PJz iS, &.w&fc Z !5 Bring us your produce. Brown. Hardin it was in vf aw .jw. ' JV? y TiHfSoparato Coach bill litis passed tho SnnnM ono colored del GJAtn "JIrs. Faumkii" can havo not only a Mr. F. N. D'Huy, Clovcrport, "small" corner, but n "big" ono in tho city Monday. News if sho wants it. Wo liko her stylo tho riv jtamzsa? y '"m j , Tub Hcpublicaus send egate from the State-nt-largo to Minnc-poll- s. i !,?;T? jar -- One of tho scctio'ns adopted by tho cncral Assembly in tho Election bill y;aa that prohibiting tho sale of liquor on eneral or primary election days. K-- Uuckxeu lias been promt Y tiwu luviiituiivu no utiu ui uiu uuiiuva i-itotno National Democratic Convention mnT'mi rt,phlcago from tho Tho is an nubmoken Clcvclaiid & VHf n. TO&rttn .L.T-Go- v. State-at-largc. $ The Republican Stato Convention chose W. O. Bradley, Gcorgo W. Denny, "jr., John Poland and Jordan C. Jackson delegates to Minneapolis from the State-at-larg- o. ., . -- -. ''. ji .Ex-Gbvorn- ' .irimt'.u& INIJ General Dickinson .predicts that Mr. Cleveland will bo nominated at Chicago without opposition. But Mr. Dickinson is badly off. Things will bo red hot at Chicago from first to and tho speaker's languago well chosen, but tho final conclusions Mr. Ingersoll Finish. reaches as to the stato of man after ho t It seems that Mr. Charles Btandford passes from this terrestrial sphcro would ' tlliln'r. rinrrinnqn lfriniihlimn ili'lotmtn bo better suited to tho carcass of a dead $0 Minneapolis from tho Fourth district. horso than that of a human soul. v eu, wo rccKon (jiiariey was ni nomo sowing a plant bed and really didn't The Shelby Weekly News remarks of idiot as follows: "A tho want tho honor. man who stops his paper becauso thero !Tiik Lecislature has acrced to appro- - is something in it he docs not like nnato S75.000 to havo Kentucky's nro- - should, to bo consistent, get up and leave jducts placed on oxhibition at tho World's tho hotel table if ho happened to disiair, but thoy do not consent that the cover on a bill of farebomething that did enartinent shall bo kent onen on bun-- not suit liis taste. Ho would bo just as ty or that uny liquors shall'tJo sold onj consistent in one act as in tho other. A good newspaper is a bill of faro of mental 'Hri! grounds. Mr. James Jolly left hero Monday and way of putting things. In fact, wo morning for Kansas. bolievo in letting women havo their say Tlicro is not much of a building boom about most anything. in tho town just now. The Democrats from tho District of Miller, DeJcnnett & Co. will sell you Columbia will go to Chicago opposed to furniture at bottom prices. Grovcr Cleveland. Somo of tho appointPure wines and whiskies for salo at the ments mado by Mr. Cleveland during Boss Saloon James Glasscock. his stay in the Wbito House didn't at all Mr. James Glasscock has moved his suit the District Democrats, so thoy arc family hero from tho Forks of Rough. ag'in the Miller, DeJennett & Co. havo stocked Tins year the Democrats have strong up with seasonable goods in their lino. Tlio election for Mayor and City hopes of carrying tho Stato of Rhode Island. Last year tho Democratic Gov- Council comes off tho first Saturday in ernor received a plurality ot the popular May. vote, but owing to n peculiar limitation Rev. J. D. Cart, of Union Star, has of tho Stato Constitution tho matter was been here several days attending the big thrown into the Stato Legislature, and a revival. Republican got in. Farmers will do well to call on Miller, DeJennett & Co. when needing anything RonEnT G. Inoersoli., that priilco of in their line. skeptics, delivered an address at the Mr. Graham Erkridco has gone to funeral of the poet, Walt. Whitman, last Louisville to take a course in tho BusiThursday. The sentiment was beautiful, ness College. FOR K TIME IS LIMITED. UileiS' Fine $lioe p Call Thero is a timo in tho affuirs of every man when ho should gird up his loins and liustlo, seeking tho aggrandizement of self ahoyo all things else. Such a timo is tho present. Timo is limited at Smart & Co's . m A. at : CLOTHING SALE. You must hasten to tako advantago ot this Bpecial sale, or Buffer the pang of paying higher prices for similar goods later on. Call and see tho whole lino. For stylo thoy are tho latest. Quality of goods, thoy arc the best. Thoy were manufactured by ono of the best houses in tho United States in prices all wo ask is to bIiow them and you will bo convinced. Mens, Boys and Childrcns , JEST'S And See Their .(.".On......... U1)11UA. IV! 11 a Villi pohs, return home nnd UtUUKlll-- U" J' Hf..,, f , l '""SfMarch )0iit rll-nianjjtok- Jn next any- - o that timo a Democrat chargo of the m is proposed by tho World's Fair .management that October 12 next bo ob- JViii'8eirve asnBoneral holiday in honor of Gmy uuoiumuus, anil inai mo iiiscovcry oi fc.tf.' "i A n VIULIIi.fcWlA ... III! 4ltn DVllUUIOi III nil 11IU on1mla 4L111U11!A lU .Afi'iin4n A committee of State Superintendents has been appointed to further tho move-f m ltd House, and ltepuullCa'irtlolcgftios t bo worth much. f It rn ment. ' kn Kt-- 'Some efforts havo been made by Indi- - wuiiawocrais to get uov. uray om oi thoway o'er there as a Presidential can- ;didflte, PfBi but Mr. Gray's friends say they IU 11 - y . ft. ' J if "!. . is :7V . uov. urav will carrv oreat strcnetn lor the second place on tho ticket, and this Hill JlUlBUUUIll BUUI1 UIIIUVUIHUIll. doubtless what l;is friends hope to achieve iy pushing ins canuiuacy in ins own State. p3 rjP r t--T ' m Mm rvj-.-s- . tf " ? . The News leanis that Mr. G. P. Jolly and W. II. Hardin, who have been in the revenue service under Collector Feland in the Second district, have both beon laid off, and will not likely bo reassigned to further duty, at least not during Collector Feland's service. This is not because Mr. Jolly and Mr. Hardin failed to make good men in the service, but grows out of tho unfriendly relations existing between Hon. George W. Jolly and the Collector. The Hopkinsvillo Now Era says tho A X selection of tho four delegates from tho e to tho Democratic National 3l.r--. Convention is n matter in which the press and peoplo aro manifesting a good deal of interest. Tho gentlemen most prominently mentioned in connection with these important positions aro Hon. James A. McKcnzic, of Western Kentucky; Win, Lindsay and Henry Watter-soof, the iniddio of the State, nnd Messrs, Adams, Hagcr and Welch, of tho eastern section. Statc-at-larg- n, The Hartford Herald says tho Owens-bor- o 1 : and Falls of Rough railroad is to bo extended to connect with tho N. N. and M. V. at or near Horse Branch. It is certain that something should bo extended to gratify tho peoplo of Hartford in getting a railroad. They have worked faithfully to that end for tho last year or two, and deserve railroad connection. A town with as manygcod peoplo in it as Hartford has, ought to get up and go to tho railroad if thoy can't get tho railroad to come to them. Democbath aro having quite a turmoil in tho present Congress over tho consideration of tho Frco Coinago measure. An effort was made last week to get tho bill before tho House in order that a voto might bo reached, but Speaker Crisp ruled tho matter out of order. Tho party seems divided just now on the question of frco silver money, and it's going to hint somowhero in tho Presidential campaign. If tho party doesn't get together on that great question tho enemy will cut into our ranks. Tho main fight should bo mado on tho tariff. The peoplo of Texas have honored Roger Q. Mills with a seat In tho United States Senate. It was an honor deserving and well suited to tho station of the. man.' Whilo Mr. Mills was owned in tho contest for tho Speakership in tho Lower House, tho people of his own Stato bravely came to tho lcscuo nnd honored him with a position that any of his opponents might envy. Mills is a great roan. IIo is a leader on the tariff trip 31.60. Tickets for salo atS. L. Sulzcr, A. It. question, and his party will ultimately their mistako if thoy fail to heed his Fisher, Short & Haynes nnd Bowmor A IlambJcton. wly counsel. many tasU?3HSP0bl0' n,d tiie reader ought to know thahtuFUcl0 tvhich does not suit him, is, porhTtrA; SJJSEPl.roy. just tho tastoof nearly every other n..r.i.',?'-- DoIIavcn have formed a of the paper. Tho man who insists on linpf taste partnership in thev.: ., business, and having a paper to his individual in brick corner 1nfnt-ftfinnf nll v should buy tho material, and edit ono if ii vot uivu. nfJl else to read from now on. for himself and ask no one for it." Next Friday will bo tho lasiJ-!ill! ml' miitx at this term of court. 1! to A iiiLti that will have for its principal dato about seventy appearances in afr object the reduction of telephone rates have been filed. in cities, where the instruments aro Tho gates around tho court house yard rented by the month, is now in preparaand will soon be introduced into aro so easily thrown from their fastention, the Kentucky Legislature. To catch the ings that the hogs find no trouble in rural Representatives, who aro from dis- making nn entrance. Teachers wishing to attend n live tricts that already havo telephone connections with some central office, there school, whero they can get valuo remay be a slight reduction mado in tho ceived, would do well to nttend Hardinsrates that aro now in vogue for messages. burg formal, Hardinsburg, Ky. This, in tho opinion of tho News, is in Circuit Court is but two weeks off, and direct opposition to tho welfare of the thero is not much stir about the court people, and especially those living in house. Not. many suits havo been o sections of tho stato that havo no brought nnd thoso on file aro small and connections witli tho outside don't contain much for the legal fraterworld. nity. It should be remembered that teleNotice. All parties indebted to Witt phoning is yet crudo and in its infancy. A Meador are hereby notified to como in It is continually being improved and and settle their accounts for 1891. Wo more efficient every day. Im- positively mean business, nnd cannot provements are now being made that, afford to indulge you longer than ono when perfected and completed, will year. Respectfully, Witt A Meador. mako it possible for messages to be transported hundreds of miles, and will enable Deafness Can't bo Cured, the most remoto cities, towns and villages by local applications, as thoy can not in the state to bo in momentary communireach tho diseased portion of the ear. cation with Louisville, Frankfort nnd Thero is only ono way to euro Deafness, other distant places. and that is by constitutional remedies. Tho prices aro not now considered too Deafness is caused by an inilained condihigh when wo compare them to tho tion of the mucous lining of tho Eustachgreat conveniences and benefits enjoyed ian Tube. When this tubo gets inflamby having a telephono in easy reach. ed you havo a rumbling sound or imperBrcckenridgo county, for several years, fect hearing, and when it is entirely has had four offices, Union Star, Stephens-por- t, closed Deafness is the result, and unless Clovcrport and Hardinsburg, con- tho inflammation can be taken out and nected with the central office in Louis- this tubo restored to its normal condiville; and through that exchange wo are tion, hearing will bo destroyed forever ; enabled to talk with Elizabethtown, nine cases out of ten aro caused by Bardstown, Lebanon, Frankfort and catarrh, which is nothing but nn inflamother places in this state, nnd with New ed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Albany, JeffersSnville,Corydon, LeavenWo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for worth, Vcvay and other towns in Indi- any caso of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) ana; and it is not an exaggeration to say that wo can not euro by taking Hall's that should wo have to pay a dollar a Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. message instead of the fourth of it, as we F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0. now have, wo would not givo them up. BSTSold by Druggists, 75c. Tho telephone is something that wo country people don't want or havo any TOBINSPORT, IND. need to uso every day, but, liko tho pisC. C. Whitehead is erecting a new tol in Texas, it is a good thing to havo around, for when wo do want it wo want fence around his residence. it bad. F. P. Smart was in Cincinnati last week witli a largo lot of stock. LONG BRANCH. We aro glad to see our ferryman, Mr. Wood Weatherholt, out again. Master Eddio Chambers went to HarJim BoultiughoiiHO took his grip and dinsburg Saturday. the country, his girl went back on Mr. Colgan, tho taffco tolu man of left him. Louisville, was hero last week. Miss Mell Lyons, who lias been on tho Mrs. Sheffield Stlno and Miss Mlnuio sick list for Bomo time, is rapidly imHollaway visited at Guston Sunday. proving. Mr. Jim Bickcrstaff lost his fino trot.Misses Annie and Alice Magruo after ting mare that has been sick some timo. a pleasant visit to their parents in KenMisses Fannio Woolfolk and Annlo tucky, have relumed hero. Richardson visited Miss Mary Bickerstafl Misses Vova Miller and Sallio Murray, Saturday. of Clovcrport, spent a part of last week Misses Emma English and Peggio hero tho guests of Miss Zella Simons. Ditto visited friends in this neighborMr. Isaac Drinkwattr has trimmed up hood Sunday. liis largo cedar trees, and is painting his Born, to the wife of Mr. Charley Fon- resilience which is quite an improvetaine, Arkansas, a fino'boy baby, namo ment. David Hill Fontaine. Hon. Willie Button, wife nnd dangl.t Mrs. W. C. McGehec, accompanied by er, of California, will arrive hero in a few Miss Anna Fontalno, went to tho city days to visit her brother, Mr. Waldo last Friday shopping. Simons. Rov. Bruncr baptised eight persons in The First of The Season. tho river hero Saturday amid ruin and Tho Young Ladies Aid, of tho Owens-bor- o hail. Thero was quite a crowd thero, Methodist church, will on Tuesday, and most of them took rcfugo in tho April 12th, run nn excursion to Louiswarehouse, and saw a littlo of tho bapville and return. tizing. Leavo Clovcrport 8:45 a. in. Round ni-w- f i y tele-phon- A&ns Miller, DeJennett & Co. aro ready to make you close prices on fertilizers and farm implements. Mr. Allen Guthrie, who has been confined to his homo for several weeks, is able to bo out again. Wo run a free delivery. All goods purchased of us sent directly to your house. Hardin & Brown. Miller, DeJennett & Co. will sell you anything in their line, from a box of tacks to a threshing machine. Wc will havo a largo stock of fresh family groceries and early vegetables for April court. Hardin & Brown. The revival in progress at tho M. E. church South is tho most sweeping in its results since the ono in tho davs of Rev. SUITS I Seo our lino of Mackinaw Manilla and Straw Hats. lei I Spring' line ! MART k CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. The Cloverport Savings Go. "Money Saved is " r fcey Earned." ,' aH!"", '""""' "" oprovrtrn?gl'tari3jadrit3rfi & Klein when in need of Frightened Moonshiners. News comes from tho Mooleyville country that thero nro soveral parties in that neck of the woods, that consider it "dangerous to bo safe" around there anywhere. It seems that thero has beon somo illicit dibtilling mid illegal sale of liquor in that neighborhood; and last week the report got circulated that United States Deputy Marshal C. L. Pate, of Hardinsburg, had received a letter informing him of tho fact giving tho names of parties engaged in, or in nny way connected with it and that ho would be over in that country in a fow days to mako some arrests. Now, this report might not havo been true, but, if other reports nre true, it had tho effect of causing somo parties to tako to tho woods, and others to act in a very restless and uneasy manner. Tho namo of Log Pato fairly strikes terror to the heart of tho r. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing1, Hats, Caps, City Bakery and Confectionery. and Men's Shoes. You will find constantly n full stock of Look at tho bargains wo quoto for this week. Fresh Bread, Rolls, CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. Also a full lino of Fnncy Groceries, Canned Gopds, and an excel- PANT S From 25 Cents tJ P. to $15.00 tov 1500 to 7.00 to 4 00 to 6.00 f2.50t.1p Men's tu'ts from 6.00 Fine Brown Suits from Youth's Suits from 3,00 Boys' Suits from 90c Good Men's Sunday Pants fiom 2.00 Good Working Pants, Cotton Worsted at $i.ooup, Good Cassimerc Pants from $1.10 to 1.75. Good Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 65c to $1.75, ...... .$3.00. lent assortment of Fresh and Pure Candies. Everything fresh and clean. Wo solicit your orders for cakes and confections for special occasions which wo arc prepared to fill on short notice. SOON BE OVER Full Stock Brogans from 75c to $1.60. Good Sunday Shoes from $1.15 to $,'.50. shoes.:, irdL...rilL. JL fc- CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Oor. Wall and Poplar Sts. - Men's Good Hats from 20c to CLOVERPORT, KY. A GREAT LEAP of a leap our beauti- I That's tho kind ful lino of MILLINERY An Decorated Lamps. : Stand Lamps : and Hall Lamps -- Attractive Line of Millinery, in tho latest a'nd most approved Parisian fashion, may ho found at Full Length best made from 20c to $1.25 Good Black Satin fast colors from 40c to $1.25 Good Slk Striped Shirts from 75c to $1.25 Good Men's Suspenders 10c to 75c. Neckwear from 10c to 60c. Fine Unlaundried Shirts .joe. Fine Laundried Shirts 45c. to $1.50. Socks from 5c to 25c. Trunks and Valises at all pi ices 75, $1.00 and $4.00. - " ''. " " -" ' j , " Havo mado into popularity. Drop in and See. SULZER'S, OLOVERPORT, KY. Jul IT IS NOT A HANDSOME KNOT I Wo havo an infinite variety of styles, at tho lowest possihlo prices. During tho coming week wo will show an immense lino of Trimmed Hats, in all shapes, styles and prices. Nowp Goods coming in overy day. All tho latest things in i5. H. Y- - DuncMi'5. Our goods were bought direct from the best manufactures for cash in big lots, and we are determined not to be undersold; . Come and get our prices before making your purchases. GOODMAN & KLEIN, Cloverport, Ky, SHINGLE and LATH FACTOBYI CHRIST BEST, Proprietor .MANUFACTURE!; OF Flowdrs, Moise and Fancy Ribbons, Straw, and Fancy Braids, Lace and Straw Hats. Do you want a HAT or a BONNET, if so wo can please you. STEPHENSPORT MRS. H. V, DUNCAN, CLOVERP.OIiT, KY. The medical fraternity, booked up by careitattitlei, Ii almoit a unit in I have two Denmark Saddlo and IUrncn declaring that a moderate uie of itimulinta by W. W. Willlam'i, Royal DenBtalllom, fired mark, of Uailn Spring Farm, llreckenrldge conducei to long life. It li alio admitted that an old whlakey li by far the beit itlmulant i county, Ky. One of them ! a the other, five yean old In May, Will tell that can be uied. Leading pbyitelani reeither of them. Have six colti on my farm commend the I. W. Harper Whiikey, becauie that ihow what thoy aro. For futber partic- it li pure, poisoned of a luporlor flavor and bouqet, and li not offered for tale until It li ular! aldreii, old and thoroughly matured. 0, MILES, Bo Idly 1'ennybaker. Meade Co.. Ky. M. F. P0P1IAM, Or call at my farm three mllei eait of Ekron Cloverport, Ky. Station or two Billet loutb of Hook Uaren Station on the L., St, h, & T. 11. U, Wctir tlio Monarch shirt. fully oomplled Shingles, Laths, Hogshead Staves -- UlllousncM, take Me sw -- Wcaknua, Malaria, Jmlfguflon ana rpu tiii: nr.ooD, Tho bow knot bai Jumped Into popularity and It won't jump out In a hurry. It you haven'toneyou ought to htro It It tervet all the purpoitt of a high priced article and icrrei theru'juf t ai well a the high priced article It elf. It Ii not only faihlonable, but It pro mlsej to remain io It'i dalntlnen and beauty ofdeilgn Ii lure to give It permanence. Tbfi would be the caie even If It were high in price; but It doein't happen to be anything of the kind. Alio have Juit received a alee anort ment of rlngi, alio a choice lino of l'aiha Dlamondi, We ira prepared to teit your eye free. Hare a full let of trial lemei, give ui a call. Prlcei right In overy Initanee. DENMARKS FOR SALE. I. W. HARPER'S WHISKEY. And Dimension HORSES TRAINED. Ilorie trained, broke. odJ fixed for market. firft-daii Stephensport, FOR RENT. A good itoro-lous- Stuff. toro.houao KLy. :v P. N. D'HUY, Jeweler & Optician, CLOVEUPailT, KY, We have a half mile track and a competent trainer. All itoek entruited to our We know earo will bare special attention. burliuilneu and know how to handle honei. If you bare a good hone lend him to ui and we will put him In a condition to bring you big money. It ciirci qulcklr. Kor medicine. flic llio iccnulne. w imoWN'S innrv hitters. oato w all dealer HEVITT & BLAND, and dwelling at Rsek splendid Hand fw wiling goo li large and in good, repair, Tie A fine opening for builneee, Will W jested cheap. For further Information ' oddrav't ' underilgned Lick. It It e ffl .J la Uailn Spring Stock Farm, near IUVINflTON, KY. ' J. S, MORTOX, - Roc ikk.-Ky.- -- " O )t, J, M. Clayton, lYSICIANSURGEON. Office Set d 8Vct'l JioliltoeM. Suleer's For drugs go to Short A Ilaynes. Frank lienviu went to lxiuisvillo Mon- in Dr. White1 old stand up Main. day. JAinCfl Lyons was in tho city Thursday. Hungarian and German Millutt. Sui- OLOVERPOKT. KY. Henry Shaw, of Hancock county, camo into town Satniday, got "jagged," nil J wan arrested for being disorderly and Ho was too lodged in tho eily jail. drunk to bo tried immediately nnd later in the afternoon, it was found that ho had sobered up wonderfully quick, nnd mado his escape by climbing through a window and shaking the Clovcrport dust from his feet. R. M. Conway, tho man who has dono so much to boom Owensboro real estate, was in Clovcrport Saturday, casting his weather eyo windward, nnd looking for n placo to plant an anchor. Conway is hustling, business man n and don't want to let any good opportunity pass. Should ho become Interested hi Clovcrport real cstate,ho w 111 make things howl. James L. Patterson, a delegate to tho Republican convention at Louisville, from this district, says that whilo there ho met persons from nil parts of tho state, nnd as soon ns a man learned that ho was from Clovcrport, ho began putting questions, about our natural gas and brick plants. Half of Mr. Patterson's tltno was consumed in making replies to these questions, nnd wo all know enough to know that Cloverport was shown up In her proper light to all thoso seekers after information. Moro than a month ago Pioctor Keith and Justin Fallon, two boys about 12 years of age, wore playing nnd Fnllon stuck a knlfo into Keith's leg just above the kuco. It was claimed to bo an accident,' nnd tho wound was not considered dangerous, so there was nothing particularly said about it. Tho wound soon healed up and was thought to be about well, but several days ago itbecamo very painful nnd hnd to bo It became so inflamed that at ono time last week it was thought that probably tho limb would have to bo amputated, but now wo nro pleased to say, ho is much better and on the road to recovery. Stophensport bos caught tho boom fever. She has had her clay Investigated and claims that It surpasses Clover-port- 's in quality. A movement is on foot to organize a company there at onco nnd proceed immediately to manufacture brick. Cloverport is not at all hoggish or lovo to seo her littlo Bclfish, sister 'town succeed in tho undertaking. Tho surface appearances indicato that there is good clay at Stophensport, and there is no reason why sho could not offer the very best of inducements to capital for tho erection of a plant. Tho clay is in tho immediate vicinity of tho railroad, and they would have all tho advantages of good shipping facilities. wide-awake, nnd-would FARMER'S WIVES, Their Trials And Tribulations, And How They Can Hake Themselves Happy And Others Happy Around Them. I havo seen tho Breckkmudcii: News read with equal pleasure in farmers' homes In tho surrounding counties nnd In Indiana, but I havo never read a lino that I know of in it written by a o farmer's wlfo. I hopo I will not too much space if I, n farmer's daughter and n farmer's wife, prcsumo to writo to our most estimablo County Paper, which I nra sure must bo rend by more women on tho farm, than in cities and towns. Most women on tho farm aro necessarily housekeepers, but if wo must stay in tho house, sonic e'xerciso is best for us, doing our work neatly and well for tho comfort of husband nnd lit tlo ones need not hinder our minds from following a lino of mental culture. There nro many women in tho country with fine minds, well cultivated. It is not housowork nor farmwork that narrows, it Is tho excess of it. It is "all work and no play" that takes nil tho sweetness. nnd sunshine out of tho lives of a great many women in tho country. But women nro proving themselves o! as good mnteilal, mentally, as men, cnpablo of much tho samo work, but they nro mostly women who linvo stepped out from behind tho wall of conventionality, either by clianco or necessity, and do not represent tho masses. I for ono do not care to measure my intellect with mankind. I should fall behind; nnd I'd much rather look up to help and cheer my "Leigo Lord" than hnvo tho Intellect of Shakespeare or well, I'd rather bo just a woman, that Is all. But do not understand me, that I think housowork a'nd brninwork incompatible, far from it. AVas not Harriet Bccchcr Stowo's, Undo Tom's Cabin written on her sand scrubbed white pine kitchen table? Elln Wheeler Wilcox, Louisa Mny Alcotand Augusta Evans Wilson, and many others I could mention havo been nnd are most excellent housekeepers. Tho World's limit is not tho sizo of our d6or yards, nor tho insido of tho barbed wire fenco between us nnd our neighbors. Their lives go on very much tho snmo as yours and mino with their littlo hopes, pleasures, joys, sorrows, cares and disappointments, nnd now my sister country-womelet us join together and ask tho kind editor of tho News to let us hnvo a small corner in his paper, in which wo can ask questions nnd give condensed answers, in regard to tho subjects that Interest us most. What kind of chickens wo raise and like best for general use, how wo sowed our lettuco and tomato seed to get tho quickest results, how we draped a door, window or mnntlo with material on hand, to look dainty and attractive without additional exponso. Any of the ono thousand nnd ono things that help tho busy housewives make their homes pretty and comfortable, whero they lovo beauty, but can not afford many of tho beauties and luxuries of lifo. I must not closo without thanking tho bright Cloverport Woman for tho things sho sees, hears, and writes about j her pieces alono are worth tho prico of the paper. I havo heard many futilo guesses as to her identity. Hopo sho will writo again soon if sho was not swallowed up in that last attempt, "Tho hen pecked husbands." Hopo also sho will tell us what makes "Hon pecked" or unhenpecked husbands tho happiest and what thoy care most for, in the wido world, for tho benefit of "Mns. Faumer." con-sum- He nry Wlntor. Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger x i . A yesterday. Harry Monroe, Glendeane, was in tho city Monday. n Win. Ford, of Victoria, went to M. D. A. A. Monday. Harrison's ready mixed paint, tho best in tho market at Short & Hayncs. Ojjiceover Rrcdenridgt Rant. t, CLOVKllPOllT, KY. Mr. J. A. ABklns and wife, of l wero in tho city Saturday. Miss Suo Gabbert and Mrs. Tcmplo visited Mrs. Amanda Fisher yesterday. OP J. W. Taylor and James K. Hill, of Now Albany, wero in tho city last week. T. II. Queen and wife; of Evansvllle, wero at tho Clovcrport Hotel Friday and Saturday. Capital Stock $25,000. Henry Weatherholt, of Cannclton, was in the city Saturday visiting old B. F HEARD, Preildent. friends. ' WILL MILLER, Drugs and medicines, tho most comM. II. BEARD, Caihter. plete stock, always found at Short A "I Hayncs. O. W. BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDOE ! - Dire tor Mrs. E. T. Havnes went to Loulsvillo J VI, R.M. JOLLY. Monday to buy her spring stock of milINTEREST PAID UN IIMt UtfU&lia linery goods. , apples, oranges, Fresh bananas, News. lemons, cocoanuts, candy, &c. for sale at Martin's drug store. WEDNESDAY, A TOIL 0, 1802. Garden seeds, northern carly rose and LOCAL BREVITIES. beauty of Hebron seed potatoes, and onion sets for salo at C. C. Martin's. Onion scto nil Ichuls. Sulzor's. Mrs. C.fW. Moorman, who has been in Farmers, tiiki your chickens to Sul- - Louisville' for n couplo of weeks, has reror's. turned homo very much improved in Scott Itargis, Deiby, was in the city health. ?riday. Woodic English, colored, of Irvington, Hock candy Syrup delicious Sul- - died in LouiBvillo on tho 28th ult. and was brought homo by his father and Izer's. Hnrgis, Derby, was in the city buried. Albert A Webster's Unabridged Dictionary last week. and a one year's subscription to the Joe Huzby, Hardlnsburg, was in tho BitEcKKNiuwiK News will bo given for city Friday. , OANNEL.TON, t Suits made to order In tho best Btylo. i Perfect fit gimrantecd. Orders solicited. Merchant Tailor, INp. Simons, J. KIRST, SPRING ! ter's. John Ilix, of Victoria, was in the city Can-nelto- Physician Surgeon Ib now upon us, and lighter weight Clothing is in order. You can't put ofT buying longor. . Our storo is beginning to crowd up with buyers, but wo. will bo fully prepared for any crowd, no matter how largo. Our stock of new Spring Summer Clothing is 5 W ' & Stopli-onspor- SIMPLY GRAND! In mngnitudo, in beauty and in value, while our prices aro low down and within reach of all. Wo hnndlo cheap goods as well as tho finest, and everything is worth what wo ask for it. Remember this. BANK MAEDIErSBUEG ,v Here I Am Agai: BROUGHT OUT BY i;? THE SPRINGS Ready with my Spring line of Julius Winter & Co., c01cl -- Reliable" Clothiex-- s Cor. Third and Market, Breckenridge immutmmmmmamim Louisville, Ky. CLOTHING, STRAW HATS, (Latest Styles.) GLENDEANE To The SHOES, For Ladies & Gentlemen, Boys & Girls. Front ! Drre$$ doods, HoyeltleH MONRO E & SON'S Mammoth in the lead. Xil Oome in and see us. SULZER' ! See our lino latest Btyle nobby straw hats. Sulzor's. )V. S. Gabbert, of Owensboro. was in tho city Friday. Dr. Clayton and Mayor I'icrco wont to vOwcnsboiO Friday. , J.tofaco Scott and Judge Jlorcer were in tho city Sunday. Miss Maggio Witt and Joo Cully visited Skillnnii Sunday. Fred Dellavon, of Louisville, is in tho city visiting relatives. To a owe of John H. Jarboe fourlambs. Sfother and flock doing well. John MeBride, of Henderson, has If been in the city several days. Ligo Miller, post master at Stephens- port, was in tho city Saturday. The Minuet and Music Uecital will tako placo Wednesday, April 13th. Sav6 your chickens and keep thorn healthy buy a box. of poultry food. Sulzer's. George Harris, of Victoria, came homo Troni Florida and brought an allgator with him. Bob Jolly, of Irvington, was a passen ger on tho train Saturday. 116 went to Owensboro. Court Clerk, Will Miller, nnd brother, Mathias Miller, were n tho city Thursday. Jt. II. Sheman and brother 0. O. fSheman, of Union Star, were in tho :ity Satunlay. Miss Kato Oglcsby, who has been vis iting in JLouisvillo for Bcvcral weeks, has returned homo. W Richardson, of tho Neat Kich- lson Drug Company, Louisville, was rt tho city Friday. Glover Frymiro and Sister, Mrs. T. J. Bruner, of Preston, weroin tho city shopping Saturday. Buck Board, well known all over tho county as a survoyor, left last week for Pan Handle, Texas. Dr. Nowsom sold the 'Smart brothers farm in tho Newman neighborhood to K. N.Dyer for $100, James Lewis has purchased two lots, No's. 120 and 127, in tho Pierco Addi-tfo- n for which ho paid $150. County Assessor, Lcn Cashman, of Rayinon, came down Saturday and returned on tho six o'clock train. Mrs. Barney Bohlcr has been quite ick for Boino time, and is now afllicted with inllamroatory rheumatism. The Olovorport Cigar Manufactory has put three now men to work, and is now turning out thousands of cigars daily. Squire John Keith paid tho largest freight btlllast week that was over paid ior stone and marble in tho county. County Attorney, Milton Board, of Hardlnsburg, came down in his cart Saturday and spent soveral hours in tho city. Mrs. David Stanclifi, who has been visiting relatives iu this city for some time,' returned to her homo in St. Louis Saturday, Sfevo Parr and' Georgo Jarboe, of .sffcoroyvlllo, dollv"red a lot of shaved Ijoojw, last week, which they had sold ' in, this city. Lovell Mauk was fined $10 and cost Squire Jarrett's' court for jH8injdl-i-in " uiinif abusive languago to Mrs. Abe Alty N -- $2.00. Jos. D. Jojly, Hardlnsburg left Monday for Kansas. Ho goes to seo tho country and will bo absent sovoral weeks. The candidates for Mayor are beginning to inovo nround among tho boys. Capt. A. & English is the newest addition to their ranks. If you are going to do any painting this spring, don't buy your paints until you call on us and examine goods and prices. Short & Hayncs. Miss Addio Ditto returned from a pleasant visit among relatives in Henderson last Friday, and will depart for her home, abovo Brandenburg, next Friday. T. J. Hook, of Hardinsburg, made a business trip to Grand View, Ind., last week, and, returned through this city Saturday. Ho brought a fine pointer pup homo witli him. Major W. V. McCrackcn, president of the L. St L. & T., was in tho city Friday. Ho was looking over tho. lino and stopped off hero to tako a view of his other Interests in this city. Hon. B. R. Pierce loft Monday for a visit, of a couplo of months, to his son Fred, of tho Aqua'l'ura Company, Las Mayor R. B. Vegas, New Mexico. Pierco accompanied him as for as Louisville. Tho largest map over printed 10x00 inches United States on ono side, and a Political map on tho other, latest 1892 edition, and a ono year's subscription to the BnECKEsmnoE News will bo given for $2.00. Mastor Mechanic Ferry took charge, as manager, of tho Clovcrport Brick Works, April 1st. Somo few changes have been made : among them, Georgo Harris has resigned his placo as engineer, and Wick DoIIaven is in his stead. Tho members of Clover Lodge No. 42 of A. O. U. W. havo given a voto of thanks to Mr. Ernest Babbago for favors shown their Ordor, and also tho members of tho Baptist church for tho uso of their house. T. L. Wkoe, Committee. Tho dam at tho Pattpn brick works could not stand tho pressure Monday night and gave way, letting all tho water out. Tho damage is not very great-o- nly about fifteen feet of it being washed away and it is immediately being repaired. Thos. II. Shelld, of tho Urm of Bullitt & Sheild, attorneys, Louisville, was in tho city Friday in a legal consultation with Judge J. A. Murray. Whilo hero ho took a viow of tho city and industries, and freely oxpressed himself as being greatly surprised ana pleaseu at tno business prospects of tho town. Come People ! Come Cloverpokt, Ky CD Ph Pj ti w P5 P3 Coach, Cab and Caboose. D. Sandifer went to Henderson Sun- ai m wT p o W PU c3 day. Passenger coach No. 28 is in tho shops being brightened up with paint and varnish. in Georgo Dean, assistant book-keeptho ofllco at shops, wont to Hnwesvillo Sunday. Engineer Plank was called to his home at Villista, Iowa, last Friday because of the death of his sister. Ed. Lawson brought his locomotivo around off tho branch Sunday to bo washed out and cleaned up. Tho boarding cars and commissary moved to Petrio yesterday, where they will probably remain nil summer. Tho "Jerk Water" has boon thoroughly overhauled, and went out on tho road Monday with engineer Frank Ferry in tho cab. R. E. Hicks, day operator at tho shops, has been visiting in Owensboro for n week, and John McCnrty has been working in his placo. Tho west bound express Monday night did not reach Henderson till 5 ;30 Tuesday morning. Tho road was washed out in two places at Soaper's flats and just above Henderson. Sho had to wait until the repairs wero made. Geo. W. o pt IXJ Xil N H P5 W p Our increased business speaks out in thunder tones that our plan of merchandising is tho only ono that holds tho pcoplo and gives general satisfaction. A genoral lino of goods of tho standard brands and best quality at fair and uniform margins in all departments is bound to win. "Truth crushed to earth will rise again." So a good class and quality of goods at living prices will gain tho confidonco of tho people and hold it. Wo aro daily receiving now stock and adding new features to our fast increasing business. Wo propose to'lead in Furniture S P The regular and reliable Furniture dealer Ii alwoyi on hand with a full stock including Sewing Machines, Coffins,! ! Furniture ! Furniture . et- H MICHAEL HAMMAN, 3W jj A.VS na 1 CD - p is) in. XJl Burial Caskets o w Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. FERTILIZERS And our 3ft uw-fo- ro E! cd DRESSMAKING -- : AND - d rH P td MILLINERY aro second to none in Departments Breckenridge county. Givo us a call nnd bo satisfied. CD His nricea Bhull bo such, quality considered, that no legitimate'; house can undorsell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let .A tno price do wnat, it may. Always can on mm aim nuuuruuu prn.ua purchasing else where. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot M. HAMMAN, Cloyerport, Ky, be undersold. - J a i--H p I CD " D IT BLEW HARD. Millwood and Litchfield Said to Be Considerably Damaged, While Cloverport and Hardinsburg Were Fearfully Shaken Up. News comes to this ofllco that all tho principal business houses at Litchfield Newman & Bro. establish- It is a pleasure to visit an lan tJ - A, G, Maxey, O wonsboro, organizer for A. O. U. W. was in tho city Thurs-4ayrl- n coimulUtlon with Grand Matter Workmen, D. It. Murray. Ad. Bennett, of Stonhenanorl. has ro- tAtAtgkA lila rvuiHlnn iui plnrlr nn 41m TV11 "i'City unci ittt accepted a position in tho clues of the James Guthrie. ' J. MTtbow, of New Albany, in send- ' ing ibcrlptlon ..for the News says ; I get from 20 to 90 letters every week from banker, brokers, sharpers, cranks Ac, of New' Tork. Jtnd elsewhere inquiring about yfheii I will get my money." 1 ment where tho stock Is so complete, and actively displayed as that of Messrs. Georgo W. Newman & Bro., of Irvington Thoy havo recently filled their shelves with a new supply of goods for tho Spring Trade, and thoir assortment of Dry Goods is ono that would do credit to any houso in the county. Thoy nro general merchants in fact and carry any thing tho people want. Their success so far is an ovidenco that these gentlemen aro conducting business on a plan that suits tho people. In addition to their stock of general merchandise theso men bavo added to their establishment this season n Millinery Department, whero tho ladies can bo pleased with any thing they wish in tho way of hats, bonnets nnd nil This will bo kinds of dress trimmings. under tho supervision of Mrs. Newman, Z. T. Robinson, of Washington, Daviess will bo her object to pleaso every county, mado n trip through our county, and it ono, both in styles nnd prices tho present last week, hunting fat cattle, and stopseason. When in Irvington don't fail ped ono night in this city. Mr. Robinto call and bco Geo. W. Nowraan & Bro. son is a well posted interesting conver sationalist, and besides speaking encourWet and Democratic. agingly of his section, had Mattering In tho municipal election at Hawcs-vlll- o and vicinity. ,, words for Clovcrport Monday Clarenco Sterrett was As tho steamer City of Owensboro was elected Mayor ovor Charlio McAdams by landing Sunday a small child of Till 1 1 majority, and sho wept "wet" by 41 0 roves, about six years of ago, was majority. Both races wero warmly constanding out in front of tho cabin on tho tested. Tho Local Oplioulsts had tho guards of tho boller'deck, with ono hand ossistanco of all tho saloons nnd business clasping tho stago lino. When tho stage men in Cnnnellton, but Hawesvllle merwas lowored, ho attempted to let tho chants had gotton tired of seeing so )lno run through his hand, and in doing many pcoplo spend thoir monoy across so that member was drawn into tho pul- tho river, and turned themselves looso ley and badly crushed, though, fortu- to defeat Local Option, and tho result nately, no bones wero broken. was as stated abovo. Sho will bo pretty Prof. J. O. Cunningham, of Union apt to forovor remain a whisky town Star, was in tho city Saturday. Ho visit- now, as tho "dry" oxporlnont was a dised all tho brick works, and was very astrous ono. W. T. Sterrett, S. II. Mapleasantly surprised at tho Immensity of son, Geo. Lawson, 0. G. Storrett, J. B. their operations. Ho, liko many others, Fritz and C. E. Cnufman wore elected had mado tho mistake of thinking that Councilmen, and W. L. Storrett, E. 0. what ho had heard and read was mostly Vnnce, Frank Lander, W. D. Hnwloy, Z. exaggerated talk. As ho knuw Clover-po- rt II. Shelly and L. 0. Gooring wero elected days havipg been to tho School Board. Party lines wero In her poke-eas- y a pupil in school hero several years ago closely drawn, and tho Council stands 5 ho could more distinctly mark tho Democrats aud 1 Republican; tho School ' Bo,rd 4 Democrat and 2 Republicans. change of things. wero completely destroyed by tho storm Monday evening, while tljo littlo village HARDINSBURG, KY. of Millwood was almost entirely blown Loulsvillo purchasing n now stock of Millinery Goods for I hnvo just been in away. Tho report is rather grapovinoy, my Spring trade. You aro invited to attend my and mny bo exaggerated, though tho News is inclined to put somo relianco 12 13. in it. All tho latest styles In Hats and Trimmings will bo displayed aud an idea given A tall chimnoy blew off Sulzer's big building, in this city, and went through tho ladies of what they should wear this Spring and Summer. buildtho ofllco roof, which is nono-stor- y ing nt tho back of tho store. Davo Cully, who sleeps in tho ofllco, was Good- rudely awakened by tho crash and rush of water pouring in upon him. Bon., In Finances Glendeane, Ky. In Farm MILLIN ER Y MRS. S. C. SUTTON, & It is ! IS F. MONROE & SON., GLENDEANE, KY. Don't Get Behind bad to bo behind Monroe Methods ! In Farm Work I ,, If you wish to bo in tho procession use Uir,",l-;-i,.ia- k" SPRING OPENING APRIL and 200 LBS. PURE BONE MEAL, PURE ACIDULATED BONE, GILEAD PHOSPHATE, n CO :m::r,s. s. o. sxjttoit. . Gent'$Furni5liinJ Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE flHin VAIIFV PHnRPHATF. -;:--- "v "GL IlAimiNsnuna, Ky., April B, Special Tho storm of Monday night struck this placo and did considerable damage Tho galq was tho most severe in many years, and many citizens during its progress became alarmed for tho safety of their of tho Southern Methlives. Ono-hnodist church was unroofed. Beard & Beelcr's store was partly unroofed, and Beard & Co.'s tobacco warehouse A largo numbor of shade trees wero blown down, and property otherwise damaged. lf Bankrupt TOBACCO STORE You will find ovorything you want to cat: rrhwiiB Birno ftTEfty MJ1EK&J AH if POTATO High Me ANIMAL MATTER Goods, The World's Columbian Exposition. Sond 50 cents to Bond & Co., Rookery, Chicago, and you will receive, post paid, a four hundred pago advanco Guido to tho Exposition, with elegant Engravings of tho Grounds nnd Buildings, Portraits of its leading spirits, and a Map of tho City of Chicago j all the Rules governing tho Exposition nnd Exhibitors, nnd all information which can bo given out in advanco of its opening. Also, othor Engravings nnd printed Information will be sent you as published. It will bo a very valuable Book and ovory person should secure n copy. MANY NEW LINES ! Attention Democrats. All Democrats nro requested to bo present nt Fisher's Hall" Friday evening nt G. W. Jordan. 8 o'clock. AVo havo added many now nnd nttrac tlvo lines to our largo stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Particular atIn fact everything in tlic tention is directed to our beautiful lino of You aro loft White Shirts. Tccks, Bows and Four-in- Line bacco Grower. Lliands for Spring and Summer. Tho Grocery&Confectionery largest lino of Outing Blurts in tno city. Our 75 cent shirt in this lino is n daisy. Thankful for past favors. ReIt neither fades or draws up, is full size, spectfully solicit you to call, we and well mado. take great pleasure in waiting JNO. D. BABBAOE, upon you. E. 0. BABBAOE, Cloverport, Ky. Manager. SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. WHEAT All SPRING CROPS. CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. pr To- 4 CINCINNATI, O. if you don't uso B. P. Board & r Co's., Corn and B. F. BE AUD & CO., Capital, HARDINSBURG, KY. I. H. Moorman, ifii'rcSOjOOO. din's Tho bargo that has boen up nt HarMill, being loaded with staves, has been loaded and dropped back, and is now at tho mouth of tho creek waiting for a towbont. LAUIISS rfeedlns a tonic, or children m bo want build-tns- r up, should take ' BHOWN'H IKON UlTTKUS. It U pleawmt ; cures Malaria, Indication, UUxiMMu, Liver UimplalnU and Neuralgia. Thursday evening. Tho following perFARM FOR SALE. sons boing present : Misses Sarah Ham-maflood farm of 290 acrci well lmrrored. a Ella Witt, Jennio Patterson, Stolln frame houie of 8 roomi, twe barm, pair of Foxi Jessie Iloylo, Vova Miller, Katie erlbi, Ice home, two tenant home, well water tock, etc., cittern and well for famllj, Sawyer, and Olllo Castle : Messrs. David ed for and everything that a farmer would need. Culloy, Frank English, Aris Wnrfleld, Only ill mllea from the L St. L. & T. Hall, mllei from Cathollo church ichool Ether Hall, Court Long, Walter Sraflbr, road, 9 monthi In the year. Frank Connor and Mr. and Mrs. ClarFor further particular! addreu or Inquire A. 8. OllAYOUOFT, enco Keith. All scorned to enjoy thorn- - Of Flaherty, Meade Co., Ky. I selves vory much. n, her friends by A pleasant social party was given to Miss Maggio Witt Jast Manager. The Tradesmens National Bank OP THE CITY OP NEW Organtted ai a State Bank YQUCt: Ai 1 201 BROADWAY. 1823 Uadw VaMwd li I i'i. Lozan C. toy, lMm ttmf.torj, Cukiirfl! COKRKSrONDENCK INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITED. GLENDEANE. nephew, Bob Payne, who has married a charming young Texas widow lives with M!fs Amanda Dean is visiting in him. nVEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1892. Small Dosos of Information GathOwensboro. McDaniels is represented hero hy thd & Mr. J. T. F. Owen spent Inst week' in well known and popular gentlemen Kll ered From Kontucky Exchangos. Storms and Bill Hunter. Dick Mercer, Louisville. and wife, nco Garner, married and catno And Incased In Capsules For Tho Mr. John Dean was in lmlsville and of ' hero a fow months ago. Others from Frankfort last wxok. Easy Swallowing of News Talk, Collin County Com tho same section aro Henry Ganaway, $ Texas Miss Bettio Webb has returned from' Bcaders. Bob Mercer, Koscoo Mtfrris, Jim and ment And orocKcnrmgo uoys. Leitchtlold after a week's visit. Clifford Bruce. Miss Carrie Moremen hns returned to Tho CouncM of Hopkinsvillo is labor The thriving littlo villngo of West EOLLING BOCKS HUN BISKS. her homo in Cioverport. "They" nre question. Henry Harper and ing with the water-work- s View has hero sad. George and Joo Bobbins. Tho Christian county Circuit Court McKixxky, Texas, March 20, 1892. It is said that "Court" convenes quite Pool, and Hilly sent fivo now prisoners to tho Eddyvlllo Jesse, John and Chas. f Dear News Headers McKinneyIs the Pato hail from Custer; Dolph Steele, often of Into at Mr. Jus. A. Moroincn's. Collin Is Big Spring; Peyton Madison, Lost Bun; penitentiary. . county sent of Collin county. Mr. Victor Ilobortson hns quit school ono of tho great family of 24-- counties I'nos Macy and Uoland McGullln, GarIn place of that constantly tired-ou- t nt Hardinsburg nnd Is now tilling tho which, united, form tho giant state of field. feeling, Ayer's Sarsaparilla will give you soil. x Texas. Perhaps you, like everyone else, Irvin Whitworth, Eddie McGuffln, strength. Mr. Thou. II. Withers, Hardinsburg yhuvo only a vaguo idea of tho extent of and Ves Oliver aro from Constantino. Lexington had a fire that consumed spent a few days here last week on legal p'torritory in tho Lone Star State. Tako All arc singlo men, but indications point four cottages. Loss $3,000; covorcd by Jon S. Bronston, of Tncoma, Wash, business. ilnnrn voiir fionernnliv. turn in tlin mnn j r toward Mr. Oliver's early marriage. insurance. Mrs. B. W. Owen has been quite sick sauntered into tho Itlchmond, Ky., Cirof tho U. S.nnd tako together Tennessee, Chris, Tom, and Gid Alexander, and gambling, was cuit Court room. Do was drunk, and with the grippe, bjit is much impiovcd "William Harper, for Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, "West Sam and Nat Sipes aro from Bums. Kli Virginia, and half tho stato of Virginia, Pile, who married Miss Florence Payno fined $o00 and sentenced to the pen for forgetting that ho ms not in tho wild now. Itlchmond. nnd wooly West, hy his boisterQiis and ! Mrs. C. M. Beld, of I.n Junta, Col., and you then havo something almost as last s, owns a rich farm two miles ono year, at heathenish conduct, got lined 5.50 and who is visitng her patents, Mr. hud Mrs. largo as Texas. Or look up to tho north from Allen, this county. They havo Do not lie awake nights and cough I sent to jail ten days for contempt of W. J. Dean, is much improved lu health. east, find tho Btato of happily begun married life with a snug Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will relieve tho Court. Rhorto bland, picturo to yourself Its size, Ernest Lynwood Hobertson hns accepthome which is all their cough and induce n good night's rest. medicino in tlio ed a position as clerk nt tho "Mountain and, if you are good at montal calcula- own. Tho best The Houso has passed the bill provid- market is Lightning Hot Drops. It is Houso" with Frank Frnizo Dean assisttion, multiply this hy two hundred and If any ono wishes to know moroof r2& twelve, or place two hundred and cloven s of a jury, in a civil positively guaranteed to do as recoming that ant. A "Littlo Pvhodics" hy her sido and you Texas, these people named will, I pre- case, can return a verdict. mended, or monoy refunded. Ask your sume, cheerfully givo any requested inMr. Venio Moorman says ho hns n dhen havo almost equaled tho sizo of formation. However, the peoplo do not Simon II. Peters, of Louisville, broth- dealers about it. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, "Cinch" on washing machines. He hns Texas. Her threo million human agreo in their replies. Tho laudatory er to W. A. Peters, proprietor of the Lima, S. C, says: 'Lightning Hot them down to such n flue point now, helngs, thousands of cattle and number- Words of ono aro closely followed by Covington stock-yardDrops nre wonderful. Havo no equnl. that ladies who purehaso can uso them is insane. less bed bugs have amplo room for maledictions from tho mouth of another. I herewith cncloso nn order for two gross in tho parlor as well as elsewhere. Ho Wes Watson, tho negro tough, who healthful excrciso towards maintaining There nre many, queer things, though, Lightning Hot Drops." of course will tarry for days if necessary shot Miss MeKvans on a Frankfort train strong bodies and unfailing appetites. Tho three, following, prominent nnd to teach you oil tho extras. Ho sold ono and very likely tho man who "won't last fall was sent up for only one year. Unliko ono of America's eccentricities leave Texas" hasn't tho money to tako well known gentlemen nro candidates last week to Edna Earle. Warranted to who spont a fortnight at a boarding him away, while tho chronic kicker is Chas. Smith and Alex. Todd had a for Circuit Court Clerk in Nelson counwash llnon as white as pearl. fight in Louisville ty : Frank E. Dougherty, Ed Crawford houso in Turkey and then claimed famil-iarit- y accumulating wealth. ( Smith chewed up Todd's thumb and was and Hunter MnUlngly. I). C. Hardin, with Turkish government, man-- " I've NOTICED iJere and celebrities. I deny knowing That tho men hero uso bigger saddles fined So.00. tho retiring incumbent, has held tho mucii oi Moxas niter a two wccks stay. and smaller horses than wo do. twenty years. Dougherty is To strengthen tho hair, thicken tho placo for Much of Collin county soil looks rich, That these people have tho same flat- growth, stop its blanching and falling his deputy, and has a strong following. and doubtless is very productive, while tering thoughts about the still farther Editor C. C. Moore, tho erratic proout, and where it is gray to restore tho n part of it is as poor as any of our west that we havo of this section. youthful color, uso Hall's Hair ltenewcr. hibition editor, is in jail at Paris. Ho Brcckcnridgo hills. Contrary to my ex- That every man you meet has a happy was arrested on warrants sworn out by Balph Paxton, a young man, aged James K. Ford, deacon of tho Christian peqtatlons, all of this county I've seen is "Howdy" for you. 'more thickly settled than is our part of That Democratic clubs are being 2!t years, was sent to the Lexington Lu- church. Ho refused to givo bond, nnd natic Asylum from Paris. .His lunacy savs he will continue to edit his paper .Kentucky. " formed over tho state. .ino mnu ncro can not no nan ior a That a good many copies of the News was caused by excessive rigarctto smok- from behind tho bare, where he will ing. song, neither can it bo had for lovo nor como to Collin county. havo pearo and ho safe from molestation. littlo money. Thai McKinney Ls sinking an artcsion Early Bisers, Early Biscrs, Early He will bo tried in tho Circuit Court the DRUBVSBREED1HGST0CK. I see no way to get me in possession of well. Bisers, the famous little pills for consti- third week in April. Tlio chnrgo is any of it, though these rich Texas lasses In offerltiR In the public tho rvire nf t)io That these western towns have moro pation, sick headache, dyspepsia and that of libel against a Paris church. folli'wlnj? breeding duck, we lu not hesitate tb.lovo and wed, and I am still a susccp- - slick talking street salesman on public nervousness. Sold by Short & Haynes. TheSlicrin and his deputies havo all to ny tl at wo bellnro II to be p good m can f MbleT creature with a responsive heart days than the towns in Kentucky have. only well bro I nn In Nino colored employes of tho Phienix the citizens of Ilerry, Harrison county, be found nf the Ute. Not eijunlly nt well but and destined yet to bo a target for tho ulo Tliat my letter is long, and I'd better on the scoot. Said Citizens nro wanted thrnunh theirtheir lire, very Important thing Hotel at Lexington were arrested chargdams ; a SvDujid's arrow. bow my adieu. In a breeder, ed with stealing napkins, towels, napkin as witnesses beforo the grand jury to inwnom j. mivo uukuu, uuvisu HAMW.EIt. jtien, Willi rings, spoons &c. Seven of them are dict one F G. Craig for Belling liquor "HJwho have a "Western fever and an mi without license. All tho citizens of this women. lled pocketbook to go farther west, If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your Local Optii!i town know n great deal Wat utred nnd foalded nt Lexington, Ky. Jcscph M. Kendall, of Floyd county, that they don't want to tell, as they Thl IiIrIi stylo Kentucky raddle stallion will fwhcro land is less improved and much blood is thick and sluggish; if your apmako the season of 1SU2 at my place nno mile , cheaper. This "Go West, young man" petite is 'capricious and uncertain, you is a candidate for Congress in the Tenth havo been accommodated in cases of east of Ilewlayville on the Lnulsvillo mail. advice, in my opinion, when given to need a Sarsaparilla. For best results District, to succeed his father, J. W. emergency, henco they prefer to hide U poor boys, should bo well mixed with tako Do Witt's. Sold by Short & llay-ne- Kcddall, deceased. The election is out 'till the grand jury makes a final adwords concerning economy, per-- r April 21st. Bourbon Denmark was sired by Fayette journment. Denmark, he by Ned flalno'a Denmark : he severance, and patience. A young man Mrs. L. It. Patton, Bockford, 111., James Peters, a Christian gentleman, by raco hnrso, Dlomedo, he by Imported GUSTON. can, jnured to hardship and 2d. 1st. Dam by Hull Stocking. writes: "From personal experience I living near Danville, mistaking Sunday Dam by Jinan-oawith a few dollars, go westward of hero can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, for Saturday, loaded up his wagon with Dam by Davy Crockett. 3d. Sth. Dam by 4th. Dam by liertrnnd. We aro to havo a new hardware store and rapidly nmko for himself a comfort-abl- o a cure for impure blood and general de- apples, potatoes, cabbage Ac, and drove Highlander. homo, and plenty of tracks in tennc- - in our town owned by licit Uros. bility. Sold by Short & Haynes. into town. On reaching Main street Miss Ellen Herndon, of Louisville, was m? p ious Toxaa mud. and seeing the stores all closed, tho long, . T. 4 t uro !. !.l !... You will notlco from this renowned tiro's A cigarette dude was slapped a double nanus uuiiur jraiu uuiu muu visiting Mrs. Munford's last week. lank nnd sickly faces of the citizens, nnd breeding that h,e Is baekel up by tho strongest though they receive less than summerset in Covington for winking Mr. Lon Young, ourclever photographnoticing the general funeral or great dis- families of Denmarks on tho sire's side clear Hpjjihoy did two or three years ago. Tho er, leaves our miilsts the 1st, of April. at n lady as she passed him on the dam's side, back to thoroughbreds. On aster appearances, ho asked tho cause. he has somo of the bo-- t crosses his saddle famtil A ti(1.. t 1,nm ...!H. nntlilnrr lint f of street. The good part of it is, the lady Mr. It. J. Patterson attended tho PreWhen ho was told that it was Sunday, ilies to bo had, strongly backo J up by thorough .their willingness to work to make them sbyterian Convention in Ixmisvillo last did the slapping. breds, both on slro and dam's side. lie felt a littlo blue himself, and borrow f u.,1.nllit .n.liiAitiii ntrtnna f. t nml "" week. ft a living 18 grauuuiiy iuuuuub .'8-Floyd Slushcr, a deputy sheriff, was ing some blankets from a liycrv stable, my belief is, that in a few years tho furm killed, in Leslie county by the Brown ho spread them over his load of produce s Mr. Will Haskctt, Jr., visited his laborer hero will bo no bcttcrrecompens- Ilnurbnn Denmark Is a beautiful biy 1ft neigborhood liifct boys, near tlio same spot where three nnd sheepishly drove back home. in the Sandy Hill hands high and has as much natural style ns ed than in states farther east. two or three weeks ago the sheriff and any stallion in the state, and Is as fine a Sunday. w T 1mn. Iun I 1 IVUU UlltU JUWU(, u.v.4 ..v.u. bnUUt tllMin IWIIttn VYintl TIOHI March winds bring colds, coughs, soro breeder as can be found. He breeds his colts tight with them. Miss Nora Shumato is teaching the deputies had a wno recclvo cacn w per year ior with stylo and finish. Solid colors and plenty here throat, hoarseness nnd bronchial trou- ofslzo, breeds very strongly after himself, F. 11. Prcssell, tho operator who was farm work, which they say is less labor- - spring term of school with a very good bles. Your dealer guarantees Lightning eight out of every ten going the gaits by the run over hy the cars near Vancebiirg attendance. ;r,'"iou8 than tho homo tobacco patch. Cough Drops to cure nil these ailments, mother's side He transmit his saddle qualiThis has been ono of McKinnoy's gala Miss Blanche Jolly and Mrs. Win. sometime ago, is now thought to have and Hew J. 11. Feather, Jollytown, Pa., ties very readily, because his galls nre all not ncqut'ed. days. Judge Clark, candidate for Gov- Jolly, of Bewleyville, were in town last been murdered nnd placed on the track. says: "Wo havo used Lightning Cough natural nnd but especially toH begoes all the gaits easily, admired is Detectives are at work on the case. ernor, addressed a crowded houso of week shopping. Drops in our family as occasion seemed his running walk. find politics, patent voters. Whilo I Messrs. Will Ashcraft and Jesse Hem-do- n Bright peoplo are the quickest to re to require, nnd found them good. I nm medicines, and promises, all uncertain visited the Misses Lewis, of Brand- cognize a good thing nnd buy it. Wo satislled that they will do what, is claimthings, they all interest me. With an enburg, Sunday., Canary Mrd Is an Inbred Mack Warrior, sell lots of bright people the Little Early ed for them. high, black with mealy hands easy scat, well up on tho political amphibase ball team is organizing and Bisers. If you aro not bright theso pills Our theater, I delight in looking down on points, will be four years old 27th of May next STEPHENSPORT. will nmko you so. Sold by Short & liny-lie'will soon bo ready for regular work with Is of fine carriage and splendid action, with tho arena's contestants for party prefer"Huston" Stiles was in Cioverport last heavy bone. Will servo n limited number of Hogg, Win. Baskett as captain. ment. The present incumbent, marcs. Max Simon, Morris Cohen and Fanny week. Miss Mabel Aylesworth spent several has not succeeded in pleasing tho people Mr. Clarence Davis went to Clover-po- rt in his gubernatorial duties, and with days with her sister, Mrs. F. M. Osborne Goldstein, throw their Meyer I.ovi. out a second story window Wednesday. good reason may ho fear his opponent, Como again MibS Mabel. Bourbon Denmark $12.00 SIO,1) of his was two to ono in though betting y Mr. Jim Snyder has moved to our in Louisville, then stole Judgo Milton Board, of Hardinsburg, To Insure a living colt, payablo when colt . iujur-edIIogg's favor. town, where ho expects to run n butcher wealth and left. Levi is seriously was in town Friday. ls foaled. If mare should bo sold ortradednlT, If you ever como to Collin county, you shop. Look to your laurels, Adams. F. A. A man, of Cincinnati, was nt the the money will bo duo at timo nf sale or parting therefrom may mako up your mind beforo arriving J. II. Lebra was arrested in Lexing- Hanks Houso Saturday. Col. J. W. Lewis, of Brandenburg, lias that you'll bo no stranger. It is filled sold his celebrated Jersey cow, "Queen" ton for counterfeiting nnd lodged in jail Canary Bird $10.00 Mr. Andrew Crawford was hi Louisup with people from every part of Breck- to Mr. B. J. Patterson, price private. at Midway. Ho was a prosecuting wit- ville a few days last week'. To Insure a live cult, payable when col Is enridge," who have all that hospitality ho sold or mare fmldcd. Miss Maggio Fiillcn wider expects to ness against J. C. Wilhite, a fow weeks llov. Fnllin, of Troy, held sorvico in the monev Ifwill beshould at the time traded off, for which Kentudkians are famous. A duo of sale or occupy her old stand, where she will ex- ago, who was arrested and tried for tho M. E. church Saturday night. parting therefrom. pleasant Bowlcyvillion, Harvey Basham, saino oflense. of millinery goods. hibit a clioico stock No for accidents or escapes. is in charge of McKinnoy's best hotel. J. II. Lay hits n sprained ankle which Mares responsibility terms. kppt on easy It is a truth in medicine that the causes hi in to be using crutches. Mr. Chas. Beard, our clever clerk at F. Mr. Basham is not ardent in his praise Chas. H Drury. of Toxas. Tho only time ho warms up M. Osbotne's, is not so solicitous about smallest doso that performs tho cure is Dr. D. White spent a fow days at his talking of tho stato is when his words "Board" since we havo two butchers in tho best. DuWitt's Littlo Early Bisers homo in Tobinsport somo time ago. in nre the smallest pills, will perform the aitM rt nrrtfnnlh' ntlfl rnnfllln lirttlllllcr town. Miss Mirn Hanks spent last week with Our town can boast of ono of the best cure nnd nro tho best. Sold by Short & complimentary. Perhaps this is not be- (V Miss Bello Haynes near Union Star. Havnes. ilnnvn'ff 1rk.,i Tuvna l.llt linfifllian painters in the state. He has made durwi.tt Vf V AWW, Wl.V UWW....MW J.Ot UIUW tin Messrs. J. I). Babbago and Allen Muring his short stay quite a reputation, ho loves Kentucky more. Thero aro moro than three hundred ray, of Cioverport, wero In town Friday. ordinary work, he does Japanese farmers in Boyle county who nro gradMr. Basham has with him one of the If you wis! Mr. Gordon Moorman, of Irvington, hoys painting of all kinds. most popular, genial, whole-souleuates of Center College, nnd nearly . to advertise was the guest of Miss Emma of this part of tho state. Affable, gal- Miss Maudo Osborno after spending every business mnu in Danville has gono nnd need Instruction, aosilono dollar lnnf noniriiur itllltlntrlnllH mill linnil- - soveral wcoks in the Littlo Bend neigh- through tho samo celebrated educationfor our "Book for Aivortlsors." A littlo Btudyof that book will enable Mr. Jim Tom Milner, of Union Star, Fisfl some, I predict for him an easy mar-- borhood, returned homo last week, ac- al institution. you to doefdo what you ought to do, .f IT was the guest of Johnnie Crawford Suu-dannd give an Idea of the probable coat. uuppy 1uvuiv, u !.... 1!f.. uuu u companied by Miss Dink Osborno, Mrs. nage, a 1 lung mi, ...! "Lato to bed and early to riso will host of lasting friends. I refer to nono Sue Windor and Mrs. Ellen Osborne. If you instruct uy shorten the road to your homo In tho Mrs. J. T. Hanks spent several days at Col. Thomas McCans, who left our skies." But early to bed and a "Littlo other than our own near Amos, wnoso to placo a certain amount of advertising for you la tho way wo think Union Star tho guest of her mother last dolectable donations to tho News in tho town last fall to rcsido in tho "Bend," Early Biser," tho pill that makes life will do you tho most good, you abould way of written communications havo camo back this week and rented a dwell- longer and butter and wiser. Sold by week. Bend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make Mr. and Mrs. llolnn Smith, of Hardins charmed all your readers. I tried hard ing and will move his family up by tho Short & Haynes. suitable arrangements for payment. burg, were guests nt tho Bennett House Your order will then reecho all the y to get him to promiso us ono of first of April. Thomas says that Guston attention that It requires. Thero was actually spilt milk in Louis last week. his letters for the near future, but ho is "God's Country," and that ho can't Mrs; Add Bennett returned homo SatIf you wisrj ville hist Friday, when n horse, attached would givo mo no decided answer. I enjoy llfo elsewhere to a milk wagon, ran away and demol- urday from New Harmony, Ind., whero an advertiyerrjept "Aro you married ?" A jokingly asked prepared and a plan of advertising dcop blush suffused his face as ho smilpeoplo at tho World's Dispensary ished tlio wagon, scattering tho cans nmt sho has been for some timo visiting. The marked out ; to bo told what iiapcra contents all over tho, street. you ahould uso, nnd what the cost ingly said "I'm too young yet." I have of Buffalo, N. Y., havo a stock-takinBov. Win. II. English inndo his first will be, wo will furnish tho adverlong observed that thero is a certain timo once a year and what do you think tisement and the plan either or Wo truly bellovo Do Witt's Littlo nppcarenco in the pulpit at tho Baptist lmth.andBubmlt them for vourrnti- overamount of timidity which must bo they do? Count tho number of bottles Early Bisers to bo tho most natural, church Sunday evoning, nnd did well for tideratlon, together with our bill tot tho service. come by youths beforo their blushing that'vo been returned by the, nion nnd most effective, most prompt and econo- his first attempt. Tho church and till his ceases. I hopo I can ever blush, believ- women who say that Dr. Pierce's Golden mical pill for biliousness, indigestion friends fool Interested in nnd proud of preparing ing, as I do, that the man who blushes Medical Discovery or Dr. Pierce's Favor-it- o nnd innctivo liver. Sold by Short & him, and trust ho will mako n success of is not wholly bad, Prescription didn't do what thoy said Haynes. the work just begun. clcctrotvnca and rst!mn.tr tlm nil Other Bqwleyvlllo people in this coun- it would do. vertlser pays ur. For tho expense of Bosa Honderson, colored, for torturing iiuuiuK nuverusoracniB anil wnicn-n- ir Medicine to merit such prniso as tho ty aro John Drury, Nath Hardaway, Bill And how many do you think thoy tho fulfillment of contracts wn child to death Is in prison following, must necessarily possess virare paid by a commission allowed by Jcsso Gross, Gilbert Kasoy, havo to count. Ono in ten ? Not ono a llardaway, inopuDusiieror ine paper la whlcn at Louisville. Her mode of fiendish tue Mr. I. Whitehouse, Meigs Creek, tho advertisement uppcurs. Ilonice Snyder, Chas. Walker, and Silas in fivo hundred l r ; in setting tho child on O., says: work consisted Jordfts. "I havo been handling all Hero nro two remedies ono tho If you want to lean? Hardinsburg has Nestcr Black, Win, "Golden Medical Discovery," for regulat- tho floor, thon placing burning rags un-d- kinds of patent medicines for fifteen nil the Ins and onts of advertising t pokors against years, and havo had nothing to equal it and laying Scott, Henry and Clias. Compton, without any cost or trouble, read ing and invigorating tho liver nnd purirniNTKits' ink regularly, carefully, its littlo limbs, until tho angel of death tho Lightning Bomcdies put up by tho Sam, Bob, Cy, and Chas. Payne. fying tho blood ; tho other, tho hopo of atudloualr : Issued woeklv. fi!a rear. From a hurried talk with Sam Payno I weakly womanhood ; sold under a posi- released it from its miseries. Herb Medicino Co., Weston, W. Vn. I If you wish a corapUto catalolruo of all nowspapors, Rend 35 (or tho Ameriremember this "I havo been hero fifteen tive guarantee and hot ono in fivo hunis a fixed and immutable law that was KiiHorlng from kidney nnd urinary can Newspaper Directory. It For any further Information address or sixteen years. Yes, I am going back dred can say s "It was not tho medicine to havo good, sound health ono" must trouble, tho physicians said thoy could iwmctinH) to see Kentucky, I want to for mo I" And Js thore any reason. have pure, rich and abundant blood. do nothing moro for me. I took 2J botGEO. P. ROWELL. & see my ed parents onca moro. I shall why you Newspaper Advertising Bureau, sliouiu uo tno one i Aim sup- There i no s!iortr nor surer route than tles of Lightning Kidnoy nnd Liver He is a Him to ho out this summer." and am porfectly well." For snlo 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. well fixed on a posing you arc, what do ypu Ioe? Ab- by a ddurw of Du Witt's Saisaparilla. cheerful old bachelor, -- Sold by Short & HayMi, by nil druggists. lno (arm with every convenience. His solutely nothingl Breckenridge News. OVER THE STATE. 0 RAMBLER'S BATTLE. NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use f ABDtXAK 16,2142! bf llambletonlaalO AyeR's Sarsaparilla Tones the system, i:30Vi KINO RENE mo; Sire of fugue 2:1PU, Kecler IS more from tiioH Prince Edward to 2:30; sire of the dams of Advance and of the 2:.4Vi. King Kusaell 2:15, and 4 tires of Utile Archer more better than 2:S0. .:!, .:, . BELMONT 64. trlil 2'58i Sire of Fred Arthur (p) tf..;l. Nutwood Viking 2:18U, Weilgewood and aH other, in '2:M; 37 son have lilt I In 2:3urSU dauuhlera have 87 In 2:30; v BKILB.byMambrlnoCblefll In C;30: Dam oi Belmont, total descendants In 2:80 llt, 41.1. '1 he grealcut son of Abdullah 1.1, who, MeCurdT's llsmbleionlsn nail, aire oi i Msrlmeo In 2:30; ilantcua. sir of 1'rotper all things considered, war the greatest 2 24; ersndam of Majrenne, dam of Cresson ol llamblelunlan 10. cendo 2:1HA! l'ancoast 2:!lh sire of Ta iron 2:14U, Prodigal t:17K: Patronage, sire of Allx (S) 2;lSVt, best on record except Sunol. j"irt oi iroiesmnn wmuiih ger, tire of 9 In 2:M) and five others la 2:50; Almont,slreof M in 2:30 od 4 desctud; ants la 2:30; Belmont, lire of M in 2:30 sod 413 descendants In 2:30: all thlnjs considered, the greatest son of llambletoalan 10. i" "" -- makes the weak strong. Cures Others cure you. will o Q & UJ -- BLAHDIHA Dam of Swigerl, sire of Moody 2:18, and 30 more in lUt; Abdallah rllot, sire ofI'icard2:18Ui,andof Messenger Chief with 12 In the lilt: King ltcne, sire of 19; Solicitor, sire of 3;. Ilcdwood 7, with 1; Klensa, with 2. K1KBRIHO 0H1EF 11 Sireol Lady Thorn 2:131, and eight more In tht list j also the aire o( the dams of Director 2:17, rtedraontt:17U, and 17 more la 2:80 or better. BURGH MAKE, by Parker's Hrown Pilot Dam of llosallnd 2:214, Ponald2:27, ad ef lllandlua, dam of King Rene and Swlgtrt and 4 other sires ol 2:80 and better, trotters, A1 ' '- - . "'1 Viv . HAMBtETOrtUK ) Sire of Deiter 2:17V, Nettle 2:18, Oring Girl 2:20, 38 others, and grand slrt of Snnol DICTATOR 111. Ilrolher lo Deslcr I:17tt, and sire of J.y.Kjc See 2:10, Dulla. 2:Ui, Minnie Carsell (p) 3:1014, Director 2:17, Delineator (p) 2:18, SO others in 2:30: snd dams of Nancy Ilsnks 2:09, Lockheart 2:1414, Northwest (d) 2;17U, II row n (4) 2:184, Keller 'Ihorass 2:10tt, and 15 others In 9:30. Dictator Is also grand sire of Direct (p) 2 .00, Margaret S. M) 2:12U, Guide 2:1(H, Evangeline (3)2:10; Daphne 2:19, and Ou others In 2:30. 2:0814, Q. J OARITA Darn of 7 full brothers and sisters to Splendor. ''All sold yesrlingt and at from 1 1,000 to $2,000 each. Two or more are certain to go in the list this stuon. Cordova trotted last year In Maud S. 9:08U, Palo Alto 2:084, Nancy Hanks 2:09. 2:10, and over 1000 others In S:M. L', if) . CLARA Dsm of Dictator (sire as noted1, Dextef 2:1714. Alma 2:284, Astoria 2:2Utt, Alda dam of Aids dc QSire 2:2RVt; Clara Is also grandam of Rema Victoria, darn of Princeton 2;19U, and 8 others In 2:80. . DUVALL'B MAM8RJNO. ... Sire of the dams of D, Monroe 2:2Rto, Miss Duroe 2:29tt, Lulu 2:29yi, Maud Butler, trial 2rl8li, and grandilre of MollieMc.two. )er-ol- d trial 2:88; Decoy, trial 2:31 and a quarter at a gall ol 2:03. vTTfp . 'r"W. j.' s 2:3, d I d . Dsmof HISS BUTLER. three-fourth- Maud Duller 2:281. and she is the dam of rhaltamontt-sir- e of G under 2:30. Ttaaff ; " ; Sire of Maireie K 2:2914. and of'tiTe'd'ama'cf Lady Majolica 2:23, Altamont tr2Stt, and rrandson of Flossie O 2:18U, Goauvla S IilpU.Dettle Jones 2:261), etc, elc. nv annatii nvw s, SPENDOIt will lit1 for mrvio nl tlio ll:win tyring Fnnn until July iV $25.00. Payablo ai marc is known to bo in foal. PASTURE rough-and-tumb- ; tho baliinco $15.00 is insurance money, paynbio wlionx 7 Excellent Pasture can bo hail for mares from n JisUinco at reasonable figures. '$wi . Tor further particulars address NEVITT,&. BLAND, P. O. Irvington. Ky. . '"' i ii tar tar VV IL.L.IM1VIO. o VV. VV. .mi follows--: $10.00 cash nt timo of service TRRMS: A IbL wlion lie goes into training. - : -- Dr. DULC'S facilitates TtttMnv on flDV CVtlllD reculatcstlioUowels.At 'nil I U I IIUI all dmggUta. rrlco23 eta. mngnlflcont combination f..r the people. A popular lino of the latest spring attraction. An unlimited variety in every de- UOIiniK Up RENIN. II FUHNISHKD BY Len. G. Herndon & Co., uenerai rroauce ana uommission Merchants and General Storage. i, partment of the store. Tho determina- 'yi J Dill I ?G! CuresCoughs, DULL & Bronchitis, Consumption, nndro- liovos Consumntiv.o W persons. Prlco 25 cts. At Colds, Croup, -- , CV? I I B3 I V'U'lr all druggists. tion and ability to the best prices, as you like them, Styles and fashion the latest. Assortment complete and alright prices. mako Dont fall to sco our splendid stock nnd take the advantage of tho Inducomentspflored in H. W. HERNDON, Manager' Reliable and prompt. Cash with every count sale. Consignments solicited. n-l- 'i Bourbon Denmark Pedigree. s. Extra fine weave Bodford cord worth 75o. at 49c. (fn all the newest shades ) 8 pes. of hair line fades worth 40c. for 24c. 20 pes of Imported dress patterns, no two alike worth fiOo for 65e, 15 pes new style Debcfje assorted color' for 10c Amnion broad cloth nil shades lowest prices. Ulg line of Tbermedor suiting exclusive 'pat- LOUISVILLE. KY., April 5, lb92. ' Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address, BUTTKR, EddS, TOULTRY, ETO. Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and prices firmer. Turkes in fair demand and mostly wanted alive and small sise. Dried Krults. Market very dull on" apple and peaches. ' Beans. Demand nctlye at advance. Kggs. Receipt heavy, market weak And 1 loner. BUTTER. Choice, country , 17 fiS 18' 2 post-offi- lied-cefur- d. self-deni- k. Note. 1 uieuiuui terns. vuumun. Janestown plaids and plain, Creamery We mako S specialty in black dresa goods, s, imported and domestic Henriettas and eto. If you will call and see our new Fresh giods yon will not be able to resist the temptation to take some of thorn home. Old Hens cash-raerr- , ... ,,.,,.. , , jaigiin (u Qtj - ,1 l 11 22 EOQS. 27 , ,...;; POULTRY. , .,, Description. par-ent- T1IE W. L. DOUGLAS .. 4akSa CAR $.3 atiUC. CENtLEMEN BEST SHOE On 37 dA WHYIS THE ir-- JACK. ii s. step-fathe- r, TERMS. It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax threat! to hurt the teeti made ot the heat One calf, atjrl Ian thott band-seweand casr, nnd btcaute wt viak more equals of thud It grade than anv shoes costing from 31JJ0 to $5.00 Ilnnil-Honcd, thoflncstcair UUtlcniiitiR shoo ever offered for 5 uui equals French Imported shoes which coat from W)to $12.1)0. OO llnn4l.SPWCil.Wclt Hhpp, flno calf, 3 'Va stylish, comfortable nnd durable. "1 ha beat sboe ever offered at thla prlco t same crado as Men SCO 30 I'nllco hhooi Farmers, Itallroad cair, and LettcrC'arrlersall wear themi Que seamless, smoolh inside, heavy threo soles, One pair will wear n year. CO 00 nne cnlfi no belter shoe orcr offered ei iDCm this price) ouo trial will convluco tnoso . -who want a shoe for comfort nnd service. Worklnsmnn'si tCOMS nnd S'J.00 nml durable. Those who are very strong have BlTcn them a trial will wcur no other make.nro J.OO nml 81.7.1 school shoes worn by the bojrs everywhere; tbcysoU on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show. best sliin llnnd-xewc- il liongola. YcryBtyllili; equals trench laClQ lmrwrtcdshoscostliigfn)ml)tojO. shoe for limllps)' !i..10, tvJ.OO "I'd 81.7.1 Htjrllsh Hisses aro tho best fine Uongola. Douglas- and durable. namo and Cnulloii.-s- ce that V. I price are stamped on the bottom ot each shoo. IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? laWe havo a beautiful line of hand-mad- e dles low shoes, latest spilng styles, also a full lino of hand turned shoes. Our shoe department Is larger this season than ever. We can please everyone In style, quality and price We nave a beautiful lino of men's custom made Duell shoes. Latest styles la men's low shoes. We can sell you boy's due front lace or Congress shoes worth $1,(0 for 78c. 50 now Mrti's Kangaroo calf was sold for .,lng lor ft Old Kentucky flats sold every place for $2.00 our price $1.35. We have a hundred different styles and can make anyone smile at the unreason jirlo-s-, ble low prices. SHOES Roosters Medium Springers Small Springers Lare Springers ,,, .. 3 50 to 2 51 to ,..3 00 to Young Ducks Live Turkeys Dressed turkeys Drestod liens Live (Jeese (feathered) Live (leese (plucked) Mixed Old No. 1, duck Racoon Mink Opossum Gray Fox 3 00 3 60, ,..300 to 00 ,..400 to 6 00 ,..2 75 to 3 50 ..9 CO to 10 0U 00 to 18 00 i Jl3 00 4 00' to 4 50 2 75 to 3 50 41 25 15 to 3 5(1 4. ti FEATHERS. ,., Prime, white goose ,.- -. 45 (I 2 30J! 15 30H FURS ...,.., SO. Our Clothing Department Is Immense. 50 to 50 to & to nOl 7b- - Sfii nnUC OOja lliofMilM ISS K 5,000 suits to select from, ovary shade and cut can be bad. Fancy stripe woven men's suits run 31 to 40 worth $5.00 going for $3.48. All shades, cuts and sites men's suits sold for $7.00 going $4.98. Men's all wool Scotch suits sold for $10.00 at Men's black ground pie stripe sold for $15,00 nt $10.00. A gro it reduction In Men's and Boys' black ,; Black 8kunk" , Short Striped Skunk Black Striped and White Skunk... Wild Cat ., Musk Rat Otter, cased Beaver, large Deer Skins ier lb , m lied tnx 70'to 1 25 80 00 to 1 25 9p to 1 00 50 to 6V 15 , , $o.8. 25 to 30 10 (0 15 5 00 to 6 00. .43 5 00 to 0 0l 20 to ?4 "& J 111D153. FOK SAIiK I3V BOWMER ,- BtTI1STITlJTE.iTl Insist on local ndTcrtlaod dealera supplying ypu, V. 1. JJOUU1.AS, llrocktou, aiaas. lioldbr N &. Cheviot suits. A Wood, Tobacco arid Cinnamon cuts ruck bottom prices. beautiful lino of Imported serges, taylor "Qreen, pood Dry Salt, good., browns, all Dry flint, good Sbeeu skins Orease, Que Qrease, coarse Merino, ,, 25 y 80 'Jw 4iTi 23 HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. I I I made, very cheap. WOOL. .... nt 22 a (Vj) SPRING OVERCOATS, Are going cheaper this season than ever beforo. Our $15 00 Garments we are selling for $10.00. " 12.50 " " " 0.24. " " 10 00 7.49. " " Come In nnd eximlne our stock, ne guaranwo can save you money- tee Wo will pay highest market price for wool, sell you goods at unreasonable low price, It will be to your interest to visit us. We extend everyone a welcome Invitation to come and examine our beautiful and immense stock livery department fnll. of sj ring goods. 1RW28 .. 12 , - FigGS, Black ,N bo-sid- To Advertisers TVomnstnllhavo now, rich blood, which Is rapidly mnde by that romnrknblo prcnar. ntIon,Sr.XUmSrDXM7S07ES BLOOD ZXlitiZZ. For tho apoody euro of hcrofuln. Wasting, Mercurial J)lonso, Eruptions, Kryslpelao, vital decoy, nnd oyory indication of lrapoTer- lahrvl lilnntl. Et. LtllllT'l BlOSl CclKhtT Is tho romody tint can always bo rotlod upon. t3 sskskrs. Drnirgists sell It. "- Jpi ' Soils, Heafls, FACT, t Burry and Cts..,i .,.,. DRIED APPLES. Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb , $ If 2 ' Uito "vl -- 1 3ito ; 2Kto 1 1 Fancy Chopped Peelii.ES " " ; , 3to 3to to 3 2 " Evaporated, In sacks Halves, per lb Quarters per lb PmIhiI. l,r II, Pears per lb ; PEACH KS. to, to 5K-- 1 GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. :i THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO; riTTBMUHUrl. - " wharff Blackberries per lb 3 HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on L.oulsville vrequoio prices y lo to ... a' tu & tu. 3J .2KS 114S d HAY'. - ' Cltvi, f. 13 09" Aj " Mosely-Sun-day- Strictly choice 12 00 10 50 IH AA 5 00 Scientific American Agenoy for M y. ijmTJg TRADE neemu DAWUTfa COPYRIGHTS, eta. t roo Handbook wrltp For Information and BnoAUWAY, NIW to Yonj. MUNN CO.. SCI Oldest bureau for securing patenta in America. Krery patent taken out by ua Is brought before the public by a notlco given free of charge In tho Choice Mo. 2 rif.n.l fa.lf.t.n flood Brlcht SImw Choice nlilte CORN. (it II 50 ??A ,. (d '4 At Oi 1- A r,Z'i VHUICO ill i BUU1ISU.,,, -- v ' ,,, OATS. , -. ,.- && .. ?; Jlj"ii .. Hff, wrH II I lit lCt tBsT WIbbH I II Br B uavtai a. MARKS, No, 2 oats...... Seed oats , 40 40 to-da- No, 2 Long Berry wheat , No. 2 Red Tallow, per bbl , WHEAT. -. SM9' ," M St 22' 4Si ,.......,. ' , MISCELLANEOUS. ueeswax 4$' 1 g $&txfflt VuiuUKiis,aJlllroadway, Largest circulation nf any scientific paper In tho No intelligent world. Bnlcndldlr Illustrated. man should bo without it. Weekly. D3.00 a veaxi ILK) six months. Address MUNN & CO, Now York. wm GREGORY & CO., Headquarters, for For aIvertiserKr)t?, NOTICE, FRUI1 GROWERS! Make your orders by the 1st of Oetober and we will furnish you any kind of Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb ijtan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Floater Hair, Sorghum per gallon 2t .20 Li-- " POTATOES. Choice Mtc'u. bulk per lu., 45 si riGr Choice Northern Ind. " 10 j , 35 Poor to rued. Mich. " .1..,.. 38 (f 4w J SO ' " Nor. Ind,.., 1 15 Home Grown per barrel,.,.., From store 2o to 5e per bu higher, 1IKANB, 1 M to 1 75 Michigan, band picked,..! Indiana four-year-o- FEUIT TBSX3, SM.A.X.X4 THE33333, SII3S.UI3S IzO. s ZACK. GREEN, Manager Hardinsburg Nurs'ry. HAIlDINSHUnO ,KV Pine & Poplar Shingles bo-sid- red-ho- Brockenridgo Circuit Court. l'lff AduVr.) vs. f Notice In Kquity. Deft. Win. 6. Allen's, Holrs. ) All persona having claims a rains t the ea tateof Win.S, Allen, are hereby notified to produce them beforo me properly proven on or before the first Monday fn April, 1HU2. V. O. DAWIAflE, M. 0. J, 0, 0. Win. S. Allen's, Brick, Flow Handles, Pine Flooring always kept on hand, Orders accompanied by cash prompt Ir Ulled. Be-me- C. I beg to announce to the pliblio that I am appointed Sole Agent for Beavin A Kawkln's famous Drunk of Hand Made Sour Mash Bourbon Whisky, or LeltebfUld, Ky., which Is guaranteed to be pure. V. L, DEAVJN, Sole Agent. Clovarport,,Ky, N0TI0E; Uommon and colored 75 to 1 Flat and mixed 05 ta 1 flNlDNK Northern, per bbl on arrival,..,..,.. 2 25 te 2 rout nore,.,,.,-- z OABBAOK. l'er crate rrom store ,;..., 2 25 to 2 M '- -. "- OKLEHY. 'i'A Fancy white plume, per doi.. ,.....'3 o4Vr; Choice ,.r.. 30 to M ., Choice Qreen , , 18 ' APPLKH. Faney Ben Davis nnd Rome BeautiM 2.M Choice " " i 7J (4"2 M Fauey Wine Saps 1 75 to M Choice 1 (4 t 17 " Navy ,,.. 1 &4) t.l f H xihii) ', t i t t Faney flannelling Choice ,....',..1 Fanoy Creenlngs Fanoy Baldwins f. , ; 3 ,.;,.,. J M tol M 1 f to'l IU , tt tsy.1 T Inferior grades...,, ,; 0 t.,2 25 to J 25 2 M 3 Y"i r. ...... i 4