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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892041301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JOHN WANAMAKER. "10 discontinue advertising I like taMnr down )our sign. If yoiTwant to do business you must lit the people know It." " KccpclstlnKly tlt. gj THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1892. P. T. BARNUM. narcrimnf. un insi investment " . In twelve years, paid fifloofioo for newspasvnjL ne mauc T"J, ooofmo. it rays to Advertise. , a . jKUf h? VOL XVI. no7STv U Wlliililllilii www ;f f ." . - R OOPYRIQHT BY PRISONER AMtRIOAN PRES1 ASSOCIATION I68U YOU BUY , Jgt. 4 .. Wo Lroko flown nil tho barriers of suspicion by producing the whisky givon us by Si Kyle, which neither of us had for YOUR touched. Wo told of our experience with U the distiller and of his great kindness, and after tho bIx men had emptied the bottlo wo became friends. With our iiewforuied allies we resumed our inarch to thq west. I walked beside Mr. Bowman, nnd to my great delight I found : WE GUARANTEE ' him to bo. nn out and out Union man, und he declared with, an oath that ho did not cure who know it. Ho hud been in tho Creek and Seminole wars and Andrew Jackson wus his idol. Ho assured mo that tho mountains were full of Union men, and on my expressing surprise that they did not organize and fight, ho explained that if they did so they would lmVo to get out of the hills and leave thoir families unprovided for. men "And then," he It npproaches nearer that gran- don't feel about added, "tho younguns ez tho wah liko wo made hez fit und voted fo' Olo Hickory. Ah. ular perfection which has Spring wheat flour famous tho hit's a blazin pity that they ain't got no I reckon thar now, world over than any other brand men liko himenough but the Bamo kind of wasn't stuff manufactured in this section. That left ovnh." After marching about un hour, three is the vordict of those who have of tho men left us ou tho summit of a tried both. If you want the best treeless ridgo that commanded a splendid view of the mountains- towering about us on overy side. Patches of emID erald corn and brown pasture land fnr below us, and pillars of bluo smoko rising from behind tho woods far off and be neath us, told of n settlement that ApAND peared to be walled in from, tho rest of tho world. "Down thar's whar Sim's folks lives," said Mr. Bowman, "and up tho Gold Crik valley, ez you uns can't seo from har, is my place. They'll be right smart I'. IT glad to hear from Sim, fo' ho is jest and retail prices 'bout ez peert ez they mako 'em, though Wholesalepromptly quoted, and orders for it most of we uns allow ho was a plum fool by a off or anything in our line filled- - tho to gowas an git shotwhen Yank." Ijf wo reached tho afternoon It Bamo day received. valloy and entered tho bettlement, which consisted of log cabins with u little log church in tho center. A pack of yellow curs and a swarm of very brown and scantily clad children hailed our approach with much barking and shouting. Soino lank, barefooted women, nearly nil of whom carried babies nstride their hips, nnd most of whom held between their lips the "dipping swab," came to the doors to wonder who tho strangen IRVINGTON, KY. could be. There were fields of corn, sweet potatoes and patches of peanuts or "goobers" along the valley, nnd musses of hollyhocks nnd sunflowers hero und there that gnvo un nirof comfort und thrift tq tho place that was in striking contrast with the wretched cabins we had seen since leaving Curnesville. Louisville, St Louis & Texas 0. R, Co. "Old Man Sleigh," us every ono called our friend, Sim's father, was tho patriIfcTO. arch of the settlement. Ho lived in a lnrge double cabin, nnd preached in thi little church on Saturdays, for ho was n xaKiiipr i:ricct Seventh Day Baptist, with a great deal M 5i00 o'clck A. U. Wednesday Julj 29. '51 of contempt for .education and a firm beEatt Bound Traint lief in the power of personal inspiration. Wett Bound Train Ho heard our story, and when Mr. BowH S3 man offered to tako us to his houso Old Mall & Mall & STATIONS Hiipr'a Expr'. Rxpr's Kxpr'a Man Sleigh clasped his hands nnd closed his eyes in the pttitudo of prayer, nnd Dally Dally Dally Dally said, with nn nccent that no combination 9 OSpir 625pm 7 45in Iv.Un'n Dii't..ar 10) 860 Kentucky bt, 12 45 of letters could reproduce: 6 40 300 8 05 7 20 841 Wcttl'olnt 12 05 "Bill Bowman ah, these yar strangers 12U2pm 8 02 Howard 845 7 24 nh, hez como har from my son ah, Itock Haven 1145am 7 47 900 7 47 7 40 Long Branch 1133 9 0S 757 and tho Lor gave, and tho Lor he took-et- h 11 15 7 31 917 IlrandenburK 807 1125 7 27 n way nil, so shall they tarry under Meade Springs 9 21 811 7 23 1119 Kkron 9 28 817 my roof ah, so long ez they need tho 1111 715 Gustnn 9 34 827 Samnritan'r nelp ah." 1102 665 Irvington 9 44 f 8 37 10 63 8 48 Webster 962 8 47 Old Mun Fleigh was evidently shaky 6 40 1045 Lodlburg 1000 8 65 in his Scriftdral quotations, but thero 1035 10 10 631 Pierce 905 1030 626 St....plc 1015 911 conld be no mistaking the warmth of his 618 1023 Stephensport 1023 921 welcome nnd tho kindness of his heart. 1018 613 Addison 1027 9 25 1015 610 1030 Holt 930 His fumily consisted of his wife, two 1001 1044 Clovcrport 48 567 9 daughters of over twenty and it boy c' Shopa 957 663 1050 961 9 44 104)1 Sklllraan 540 1100 seventeen, who was an idiot who had no 5 SO 933 1111 lluwesvllle 1010 kin, but whom the old man "wuz a 920 522 1118 I'etrle 1018 9 20 1121 61 keerin foil foh de good Lor's sake." 1024 Falcon Cayce 915 511 1129 10 28 The two c.tbins were connected by n 9 09 6 05 1135 Lewiiport 1031 4 43 floored covored way, which was ulso tho 861 1162-1'owert 1060 4 35 837 1207pm rates 1102 sitting room when tho weather per11 11 1216 485 827 Owensboro mitted. Ono cabin hud in it the nsua 815 1227 413 1123 Mattlngly 4 0'. 8 06 1230 Stanley 1131 two high poster beds uud tho trundle 355 1246 W'orthlngton 7 65 1140 beds beneath them. The other hud a Spottsvflle 7 37 337 1165 lot 7 29 3 29 1206pm 111 Ilaiketti huge fireplace at ono end, n table covered 1220am 125pm ar.HendeTt'n lv 7 15am 315pm with oilcloth, a dresser with tho usual heavy bluestono ware nnd straps to hold LouIsviMe,Hardinsburg & Western R, R. tho tin spoons nlong tho edge of tho shelving. Tho cliuira were homemndo No. 2 TIME TABLE. and comfortable, nnd tho chickens TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. scratching about the door and tho bow Eatt Hound Traint with her lifter of black "roasters" under Weat Pound Train " the main npartment nil told of 'unusual Dally Dally I Daily Daily ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun prosperity. No. 2 No. 0 No. 8 No. 1 Mrs. Sleigh und her dnnghtera dipped, . 11 I.v Irvlm'ton Ar 9 30am and they sworo und used expressions Garfield 835 1210pm 12 25 Harncd 815 that would not bo thought polito in a 12 42 Hardlnsburg 760 camp of rough soldiers, yet it seemed so Kirk 118 715 . ISO Jolly 105 natural to them that tho vulgarity wad , j'- 6 44 Olendeane 143 forgotten in their entire unconscious634 Demnttcr 155 215pin ar 1'allsltoiighlv 614am ness of harm. Mr. Bowman lemained 6 54 Uockvale 260 to dinner, for which a number of chickUuth 6 29 302 Atkins 6 21 3 It ens had been killed, nnd tho meal waa Oaka 6 00 3 20 preceded by n very long blessing und a 4 45am 4 00pm ArKordtvilleLv drink of now corn whisky, all taking it as freely und easily as if it were milk, r J-nmo un I tnr except the idiot boy, Old Man Sleigh run i ninoim ntLuu m LLtoio iLuuioftin Lint. explaining the forced ubstinence of tho ' latter by saying, "I don't think no ono a should partake of them blessin's ez ho (JU. .. a ox. u. a. n.j nin'fc got tho brains to preclato," which was certainly a novel kiud of temperSHORTEST, QUICKEST ance argument. . S AilV X1AOJ. UlilA XU As tho sun was sinking out of sight behind the Bluo Ridgo, men and women, tho latter barefoot, though many of thom carried hoes in their hands, came V AND ALL POINTS in from tho lills and gathered about tho HtUo log church. On my expressing surSouth-Wes- t. prise, for thi. was Friday, Mother Sleigh explained that tho folks "was down to meotln." Sbo flnnly believed that all those who wero not Seventh Day in Effect Setjl. 1890, d ir-o- -. Baptists wero hurrying along tho broad Lt. LmIsvIH 8:10 a.m. ,9:15 p.m. ..4:2 J p.m road to eternal ruin. Sho said in effect: ', "We uns' Sabbath begins at sundown tokit AwW. Louis 7:40 " .. .7(40 UnaaVtlla lilS 10:05p,m. , It night and lasts till sundown tomorrer. That'a 'cordin to tho Scriptures. Thom t , Ak further Information, call on or address, that works tho seventh day and Ilea off n.a niuaicii Sundoy is poro,ignorant critters, and hit's r'--Bm'IPm. Ag't, EvaniTllIe, Id most surprUvin to me that tho Good Lor J ' ain't done lost patience with em long " ;'t( ). I CAMPBELL, . . " J l D, Pt A. TooUvtlla, Ky Blnce D n nil filch, eny II" The shutter were taken down from QHVrtaUt QSoe,8, W. O.r. Tb'id A Main St tje glajglesa whitlows Jurt S tbi EfiliUS iNONE SUCHS SDAILY BREADS ENTIRE! SATISFACTION. - uj U Sl fc V1 Irvington MILLING Gompany, !?fIlfi!lfifflffil?IIISIt illllilllllljllllwlli TIME SCHEDULE 18. m i k . ' m m. - ......... iroori a., Louis, Evansville vWeit and Tiaw-Car- ff;r j "W'lVVTI " gluro of tho sun vanished from the' higher crests of tho Bluo Ridge, and tho peo-pl- o flocked into tho meeting house, tho women first putting on their shoes. Old Man Sloiglt carried in u bucket of water covered with a sheet, which ho laid very solemnly ou ti littlo raised platform at the other end A few tin sconces filled with lnrd were lighted and fuitenod to tho walls. On rough benches the men nnd women sat facing each other, all with their eyct fixed on their clasped hands. I should add that tho outer walls of the littlo uiecting houso wero lined with long rifles, from which hung powder horns and bullet pouches. In front of the building a hugo firo had been built, und about this the chil-- i drcn gathered, ull silent anil unuatur.tlly solemn looking. Thero was a weirduess nbout tho situation that impressed mo greatly, atid Bell, to whom this was no novelty, looked as if ho wero meditating u speech or a prayer that would muko u hit. I ahull not attempt to reproduce tho long pruver of Old Man Sleigh. As his fervor increased, so did tho number of "uhs," which lie shot out like a man Bhort of breath. Stirred by his zeal tho men shouted: "Glory!" "Amen!" "Lor bless Old Man Sleigh!" nnd "Totch wq uus with thy sperrit Lor!" while tho women groaned and swayed their bodies till tho wonder was how thoso at tho end of tho benches kept from falling. After the prayer two- - young men passed around corn biead and water, of which nil partook sparingly. Then tho men took off their shoes, nnd Old Man Sleigh, with the bucket, passed down the line, going through the motions of Washing thoir feet uud drying them on the towel. After this cerembny was over tho men kissed each other, nnd the women did the same. This was followed by a sileuco that was becoming positively painful when, to my great surprise, Bell roso und walked back to tho littlo platform, where the old man embraced him. To this day I cannot tell whether it wa religions zeal or the desire to muko it good impression on our mountain friends that prompted Bell's conduct, but I am willing to givo him tho benefit of the doubt. He begun so quiotly and hesitated so long and so often that I feared ho had mudo a mistnko, but gradually ho warmed up, and ho began to sway his body and to introduco "uhs." Although his quotations wero never exact, they wero nlways appropriate. AJ. length his eyes began to bluzo nud he developed an eloquence that stirred even me, nud caused a continuous torrent of approving exclamations from his audience. After n timo ho took up tho war, uud with intense fervor called out: "I thank tho good Lor, nh, that mo and ull them.nz is of my kin is Democrats, ah, but oh, Loruh, in thy infinite inarcy, nh, damn foreyer nnd forever, nmen, nh, tlietu thnt went uf ter the false gods of secession, ah, nnd brought on this destrpyin with." This seemed to mo liko tho reckless-nos- s of a landman, but to my great relief the approving exclamations increasod in vehemence, and tho men and women begun clapping their hands in concert. My friend hud tho sympathies of his audience. After Bell had exhausted himself others spoko in tho same vein, und ull worked themselves up to n great pitch of excitement. It was midnight boforo the ..meeting was over nnd wo returned to tho preacher's house. The old man and his daughters wero loud in their praises of what they called Bell's "spiritual gifts," and they honed ho would bo moved to talk aguin on the morrow. Wo nil slept in tho sumo room, my companion und myself having ono of the largo beds to ourselves and tho Misses Sleigh occupying ono trundle bed nud tho idiot boy tho other. As wo prep.ued for bed in tho dark ull tho proprieties wero preserved, nnd with commendablo modesty tho young lulies Btole out beforo wo wero awako next morning. Tho following day, Saturday, still more mountaineers atmo down, nnd the services of the night before, including another sermon from my very remarkable companion, wero repeated. There was no cooking douo till after Buiibet, then the character of the people seemed to change. Tho men shouted liko boys released from restraint and aworo us if profatiity wero a positive comfort. The women sang and bundled coarso jokes with each other, und tho younger and prettier ones like their sisters the world over showed n decided disposition to flirt. Tho case of Bell nnd myself greatly interested these people, all of whom Btrongly advised against crossing tho mountains to tho west, or attempting to go into North Carolina along tho Blue Ridgo foothills. Tho passes wero guarded by Confederate troops and tho country was being scoured by squads of cavalry, Thoy udvUeil us to remain thero till it was sufo to move on, but while making this offer they did Jiot attempt to conceal tho fuct that thoy woro themselves far from being safe, and that it was only by constant vigilance that they succeeded in keeping their littlo supply of food out of the hands of the quartermasters and themselves from being forced into tho nrmy. On Monday night Mr. Bowman und two of his sons, nil laboring. nudcr great excitement, came to Old Man Sleigh's nnd reported that n body of Confederate cavalry was marching In this direction from Clayton, in Rnubun county, and that everybody who didn't want to bo caught must get into hiding at once. Ono of tho young men hud come from Nacoocheo that day nnd there learned that n large force of Yankees were raiding toward Dahlonega, nnd thnt they had already cleaned out Gilmer county aud destroyed tho town of Ellijay. Theso people have a very vague idea of tho meaning of tho word "mile." They measure distance by tho time it takes to travel, und a pluco i3 either "not fur" or "hltVa right Biuurt distance" Tho Yankees could bqreacho'd in two days or less; tho Confederates would bo along tho Tallulah by morning. After wo hud discussed tho situation for Boino time, Mr, Bowman mudo a Buggestion ubout us follows: "If I was you uns and had to travel, I'd a great Bight rather mako for tho Yunkees than run tho risk of beln 'rested by tho The'Yunks'll treut you nns all right; make you uns tako tho oath most lle, and then Ut you uns go home, and "Hul-Idujnhl" uenuve. XING EOBEET'S JBOWL. 8,$6. ' ' Such an arrangement was exactly what wo wanted, though "it interfered with Bell's pet desiro to get into western North Carolina, which was only u day's march away; but the enemy was In that direction. After pretending to deliberate, I told Mr. Bowman that I liked his idea, nnd that if ho could put us in tho way of reaching tho Yankees wo would start that night. With n atick h smoothed out tho ashes on tho hearth and drew a map pf tho Chattahoochco river. Its sources were in tho counties whero tho Yankees wero then raported to bo raiding, and if wo did not full in with thom wo could follow down the valley to Marietta, between which point and Atlanta ,vo would bo sure to And Sherman's army. To my gr at relief, Bell fell in with tho scheme, and Hunk Bowman, a tall, reticent youug man of consented to guide us across White und into tho northern part of Lumpkin county. Tho near approach of tho Confederates throw tho little settlement into a Btnto of great excitement, but, judging from tho celerity with which everybody moved, this was by no means u new experience. Tho cattle wero driven into the hills, and the men, nearly all of whom where deserters, prepared to follow, and wero ready, if not eager, to fight Old Man Sleigh's daughter gave us bread and wicat sufficient for two days, and hIkjui midnight we Bald good-b- y to our kind friends and started off with Hank Bowman. How this young man, without a moment's doubt, kept on over streams, nlong valleys nnd across the wooded spurs of tho Bluo Ridge, nnd nover leaving the trail during tho night, must remain among tho most striking of my experiences ou this long nnd varied march to freedom. Except for occasional stops to eat or to bathe our feet, wo made no long halt that day. Wo met n number of mountaineers, nil of whom confirmed tho report that tho Yunkees wero near by, uud this fact did not givo them nearly tho same concern that young Bowman's Btory did about the Confederates advancing from Rabun. About tho middle of the afternoon wo enmo upon ono of tho typical cabins. This was tho homo "whenever ho was about" of u Union man named White, whom, Hank Bowman assured us, it would bo entirely safe to tlo to. As there was no lock to the door, thero wns no trouble in getting in; thero was but littlo furniture insido, no sign of a bed, und tho cold ashes on the hearth told that it had been somo time slnco u firo was lit there. This place was us fnr us Hunk Bowman had "ullowed to come." Ho assured us that White- would soon show up, and that wo hud "better haug round liko" till he did, when it would bo entirely safo to trust him. Bell had somo Confederate money left, which ho offered to share with the young man, but it was refused with an expression of pride that was most becoming. Ho shook hands with us, und with tho stoicism of an Indian turned to retrace his steps. Tho thought that wo might catch up with our troops tho next day filled Bell and myself ith nn intense desire t6 bo moving. Still, wo decided to conceal ourselves in tho woods near by nnd wait till tho next morning, if need bo, for White. We kept watcli by turns, but tho night passed away without any sign of life in tho littlo cabin. Beforo leaving us tho evening beforo Hunk Bowman told us that about two miles south of White's cubln wus tho Etownh river, along which "thar was right smart of gold milling," butho cautioned us against tho miners, somo of whom, ho declared, would kill n man for a dollar. Tho coming of Mr. White was altogether uncertain, so after bieakfast nud a careful gathering up of every crumb thut was lift we started off with tho rising sun utour bucks. It was beforo we mot anybody, aud then it was in un unexpected way. Wo had. just como upon a road thut led in tho direction of our advunco when wo heard yells in tho distance, followed by tho pounding of hoofs. Thero wero two or thrco men, not mere, wo felt Buro, in the party. So we stepped into tho timber and wnited. In a few minutes two horses wero reined in closo by, uud with alarm in their faces tho men locked baak in the direction from which thoy had como. They wero boys, dressed in n cadot uuiform and armed with carbines. Without consulting mo Bell stepped into tho road, and I followed. The young men turned pale, and ono of thcin was ubout to dush off when ho noticed our clothes, nnd shouted out: "Tlmnderl I thought you wero Ynuks." "You uns seem to bo running as if tho Yuiiks wus closo by," said Bell. Tho young men declared that the Yankeo cavalry woro closo by; they hhA seen a lot of them a regiment, ono of them declared not nn hour before, nnd they wero "cwnrming this wuy" us fust as their horses could carry them. Tho young men urged us to go buck with them, but we laughingly nssured thom that wo wero not scared of all tho Yunkees in tho land. If tho horses ridden by theso amateur soldiers had not been pretty well exhausted wo should have forced them to dismount; us it was, wo lot them go their way, nud as they saw us going down tho road thoy must havo thought ns greut heroes or great fools. Just before dark we hoard what we took to bo tho sonud of nrtlllery firing to the south and west. With hope beating high in our hearts wo pushed on through tho darkness, for nnother day might our lonjj am1 trviug effort. rd I'rom Chamber' Journal, to he continued. Medicine to merit such praiso ns tho following, must necessarily possess virtue. Mr. I. Whitohouso, Meigs Creek, O., says: "I hnve been linndling nil kinds of patont medicines for flftcon years, nnd havo had nothing to equal tho Lightning Remedies put up by tho Herb Mcdiclno Co., Weston, W. Va. I was suffering from kidney and urinary troublo, tho physlciuns eald thoy could do nothing more for mo. I took 2J bottles of Lightning Kidney nnd Liver Remedy and am porfectly well." For snlo by all druggists. Con-fed- s. About tho year 1309, when Robert Bruce, though invested threo years beforo with tho diadem of sovereignty, uns only able to mnintnin a kind of outlaw's independence against tho officers of tho English king, ho frequently roamed with u small band of attendants through I ho wilds of Kirkcudbright. Mark Sprotto then lived upon tho banks of tho Urr a shepherd, and a husbandman, occasionally, also, n warrior; and it was Ins fortune- to ho married to n woman possessing nn nflectlonato chnracter, and no small sense nnd activity. It chanced one morning that Bruco was attacked near Sprotte's houso by Sir Walter Selby. The contest was fierco and dubious; tho followers on each Bide wero reduced to three, und theso thrco were Borely .wounded. Mnny n bnttlo hud been n by n woman, but this wns ended by ono. Tho clashing of swords u Bound not unusuul in those times reached the ears of tho wlfo of Sprottc, ns busied ut sho prepared her husthe henrth-fir- o band's breakfast. Sho ran down the banks ot the Urr, and thero saw several warriors lying wounded and bleeding on tho grass, nnd two knights, with their visors closed, nnd with their swords in their hands, contending for life or death. Thoy wero both bold und 6talwart men ; but she in vain sought for a mnrk by which sho might know the kindly Scott from the Southron. The fire sparkled from their shields and helmets, and the grass was dropped hero and thero with blood. At length ono received a stroke upon tho helmet, which mado him stagger. Uttering a deep imprecation ho sprang upon his equally powerful and more delibcrato adversary, nnd tho combat grew fiercer titan ever. "Ah I thou Southron," cxelnimed tho wife of Mark Srotto, "I know yo now I know yo now I" nnd seizing Sir Wnltcr Selby by asinglo lock of his hair escaped from his helmet, sho pulled him backward to tho ground, where ho had no alternative but to yield himself n prisoner. The two knights washed their hands (and bloody'hands thoy were) in tho Urr, acknowledgeuttered short soldier-lik- o ments to thoir saints for having protected them, nnd entering tho cottago seated themselves by their humblo hostess. "Food;" said the Scottish knight, "have I not tasted for two days else Sir Walter Selby, renowned in arms as ho is, hud not resisted Robert do Bruco so long." "And havo I, then, had tho glory," said the Englishman, "of exchanging blows with tho leader of tho men of Scotland?" "Lender of the men of Scotland!", exclaimed Damo Sprotto; "ho shall never bo less thanking in this homo, und king, too, shall yo call him, or I Mill cast this boiling beverago called brose in your English face, well favoured though it be." King Robert smiled aud baid: "My kind nnd loyul dame, waste not thy valunblo food on our sworn enemy, but allow tho poor king of unhappy Scotlund toUtsto of thy good cheer. And Sir Wnlter Selby, I see, would gladly do honor to tho humility of a Scottish breakfast tablo. So, spoons to each, my heroine. I havo till a golden rubulus in my pockot for such a ready and effectual ally as thou art; and tlioushalt also tako thy seal beside mo ; this is not tho first time I have had tho helping baud of a kindly Sprotto." Tho damo refused to bo seated, said it was bad manners to sit besido n king, too bless his merciful nnd noblo face.' Soon may ho enjoy his rightful inheritance, and long may ho braik it 1" So Buying sho placed a small oaken tablo beforo him, filled a largo wooden bowl, which is yet preserved by the family, with tho favorite breakfast of Caledonia, rich, hot and savory, then laying a silver spoon besido it sho retired to such n distance from tho king us nwo and admiration might bo supposed to measure to a peasant. "But, my fair nnd kind subject," said tho king, "let this gentlo knight pnrtako with me." "I should bo no truo subject," said sho, "if I feasted a mortal foe. Were I a man, hemp to his hands, tho roof of the Thriove for his mansion, nnd bread and water for his food, should bo his instant doom. As n woman, I can only say, I havo vowed a vow that no Southron shall feast within my door in my presenco; nnd shall I bo hospitable to the man who lately lnid his sword with right good 'will to my king's helmet?" "I commend thy loyalty," said do Bruce, "nnd thus will I reward it. This land, thou kuowest, is mine; tho hill behind thy hoso is green and fair; tho vale beforo thy houso Is green nnd fertilo ; I muko thco lady of ns much ns thou ennst run round while I tako my breakfast. Tho food Is hot, tho vessel lnrgo, bo kilt thy conts nnd fly." With right good will sho abbreviated her skirts us desired, bound up her hair, nnd stood ready for flight on tho threshold of tho door. Sho looked back upon her guests with a comic expression, returned nnd locked fast all her spoons, save tho ono for tho king, muttering, "I can trust a smith's finger as soon as a monarch's sword," and then resumed her station on the door. "Now," said, Robert, "a woman's speed of foot against a king's hunger. Away 1" And as ho raised tho spoon to his lips sho vanished from tho door. Tho king s mount, so green anil beautiful now, was then rough with wild juniper und briars, and tho path round tho baso was Interrupted by shivered stones and thorn bushes. But tho wlfo of Mark Sprotto loved hor husband, and wished to become lady of tho land. Sho of tho had already compassed hill when sho saw a fox running along with a gooso she had fattened. "May tho huntsman. And ye yet for coming acrosfliuo at this inopportune UrncC'said bo-gufulse-swcnrione-third tho damo; "but a rood of land is better than a fat goose," and she augmented her speed until bIio approached the mill. Tho miller, wearied with grinding all night, lay deeping on Shccling Hill, while tho firo that drlea his oats seized tho ribs of tho kiln, ran up the rafters and flushed red through tho roof. "Burn away," said sho ; "if I wako tho' up thou wilt demand ludp, nnd a minute's work or explanation will scoop tho green holms of Urr out of the inheritance which I hopo to compass beforo ourking gains tho bottom of his bowl." So the flame increased, tho miller slept, and she reached tho place where the hill sloped into the vale. A small wicket in tho gable of her homo had a board suspended by a leather hingo ; sho flew for a moment to this rude casement, lifted It wearily up, then sho beheld tho monarch nnd his enemy seated sldo by side, with their helmets on tho floor and their swords laid aside, and with one spoon between them, nnd smiling in each other's faces, they took nlternnto spoonfuls of tho hot nnd homely faro. Sho cried, "Fair piny, my liego, fnir piny," nnd resumed her raco with renewed agility. "I like tho faro notumiss," said Selby, "and still better tho halo and hearty damo who prepared it. I shall never forget with what right good will sho twisted her hand into my hair and pulled mo to tho ground. I'll tell the what, de Bruce, if half tho men in Scotland had hearts as heroic as her's, wo might turn our bridles southward." "I am losing my land listening to thy said the king, with a smile. See, the brook besido the wlllpwsl where we fought so long, and whero 60 many of thy comrades and mino lie stark and bloody, sho has passed it ut ono bound. Tho helmet of Lord Howard, whom with my own hands I slew there, is ornamented with silver and gold. Sho sees it glittering on the ground but stoops not to unlace it. Sho knows she can strip thcslain at leisure when she cannot win land. Seven English horses graze mastcrless among her corn ; sli 3 stays not to touch their bridles, though they havo silver housings and belts of silver and gold, and though sho nover mounted a fairer steed than nn cntrnincd Gollo-waBy the soul of Bruce, this is a prudent woman." Sho had now nearly run round tho hill, nearly encompassed the holm, and when sho approached her own threshold, it was tho king nnd Selby heard her commune with her own spirit as she ran: "I shall bo called tho Lady of the Mount, and my husband shall bo called tho Lord on 't. Wo shall nae doubt bo ca'd tho Sprottes of the Mount ff Urr, whilo Dalbeattio wood grows, and wliilo Urr runs. Our sous and daughters will bo given in marriago to tho mighty 6ons of tho land, and to wed ono of tho Sprottes of the Urr may bo tho boast of the barons. We shall grow honored and great, and tho tenure by which our hcritugo shall bo held will bo tho presenting of butter broso in a lordly dish to tho kings of Scotlund when they hnppen to pass tho Urr. "On thy own terms," said King Robert, "so loyally and characteristically spoken, my heroic damo of Gallowav, shall the Sprottes of Urr hold their heritage. This mount shall bo called tho King's Mount; and when the kings of Scotland pass tho Urr they shall partako of broso from King Robert Bruco's bowl, and from no other presented by tho fair nnd loynl hands of a Sprottc. Bo wiso, bo valient, bo loyal and faithful, and possess this land freo of paying pluck or penny, till tho name of Bruco perish in a.tnle, in song nnd in history, nnd so I render it to thee." And thus In ono short morning did tho Sprottes win tho Innds which havo given sustenance and dignity to her descendants for more than five hundred years. R. B. L. Stephensport, Ky., March 27, '02. eulo-gism," y. Third Street Planing Miff .' Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Bracks MANUFACTURERS OP D00E & WINDOW FRAMES, MOTJLDIKGS wood-workin- JT Wo wish to inform tho Buiidinir Public that, llm Tlitrd Rirwi Plnn? mii been refurnished with tho latest improved g machinery, and thS uru now reauy to iurnisu an Kinds oi builders material in our line, such as Fie Ceiling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings. &c. Can fnrnlnli mntorinl nHlinr Jn Pnlo n. .i .' Tn ti! Tnf finishing lumber ever in this city. Havo just received 150,000 feet of clear scaeMMil Yellow Poplar. Jr f r Wo arc able to compete with any other planing mill in this section of cow and you can savo ten per cent, by seeing us beforo nurchasintr elsowhero. v .. ... .. .. . 1 r. Af !.l Tl.n uuu ui 11 .inu ureuKunnugo anu ixrry counties especially solicited. "rn. I " j t.l 1 .'. ." Third Street Planing Mill. Tjt ..' cLovERPOFny9 HARRY BUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO, East Main St., -:Ei3sra iisrES From I W W JJ-U- N J. X BUSINE! V to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE Vfl Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, "JkCane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. VJ Keep in Stock New and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Ptimns. finm and Lonlrifir 'RfiUlnrf. OJ x.7 Iron and "Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, 3f ' Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. - PRICES and all business guaranteed to ho satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. -- 8- d-IT- B ITS A. OJLniiXj. Furniture The regular and re- liable Furniture deal- er ii alwayi on hand with a full itock Including Sewing Machines, Coffin3,J ! Furniture ifwfi jMg ! Furnitissie fvR3 r MICHAEL HAMMAN 3K? wM Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. Z . . 4 fr 1 quality considered, that no legitimate His prices shall houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, lot j; mo price uo wnai 11 may. iviwaya can on mm uuu usuuruuu privua lore purchasing elsowhero. lio means lust what ho says. Me cannot bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, bo such, u-- T rjl jg STEPHENSPORT SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST BEST & BRO., Proprietors. MANUFACTURER OF Shingles, I'ueroaa WlioaoTltlo Went Iluckto 1304. By tho death of tho Dowager Lady Fulmouth her eldest son, tho present Lord Fulmouth, succeeds to ono of tho A HogshM Staves And Dimension Stuff. Laths, Capital, . Stephenspoirt, Ktj. most venernblo titles in tho English CiOsOOO. peerage. Tho burony of Lo Despencor wus created by writ of summons in 1204, und tho namo of Hugh Lo Despencor wus of historic noto in tho roigns of Edward II and Edward III. Tho barony OF THE CITY OF NEY YORK. bolng a barony by writ was transmissimalo heirs failed, in tho ble, whero 201 BROADWAY. lino, nnd a succession of heiresses curried tho titlo of Lo Despencer in tho Orgnnh ed m a State Dank 1823 Under National Act 18G5, iW families of Benuchamp, Novill, Fano 3f. and Stapletou. After threo centuries of Oltor F. Berry, Cashier Logan C. Hurray, In favor of Sir James E, Gran&i.s, Pm't. abeyance It was rovlved Thomas Stapleton, who became Lord Lo " Despencer In 1788. ACCOUNTS INVITED. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. The eldest son died in his father's lifeleaving an only daughter, Mury time, Frances Stapleton, who on hor grand-futhor- 's deutli became Baroness Lo in her own right. Tho littlo heiress was then only nino years old, and sho was tho only young lady who over mado her debut in society already HARDINSBURG--, KY. a peeress In hor own right. Lady Lo Despencor soon bostowod her hand, hor I liavo just been In Louisville purchasing a now stock of Millinery Goods for heart und hor bcuutiful pluco, Moro-wort- h, young bar- my Spring trade. You aro invited to attend my near Maidstone, on a rister, Mr. Evelyn Boscawen, who short13. 12 ly after beenmo Lord Fulmouth and lived to bo bo woli known in tho racing All tho latest styles in Hats and Trimmings will ho displayed and an Idea given t world. ' Tho vonerablo tttlo of Lo Despencor tho ladies of whnt they should wear this Spring and Summer. 3yEK,S. thus became merged in tho Buperjor STTTTOICT- though much moro modern dignity of Viscount Falmouth, aud thero it must I. W. HARPER'S WHISKEY. remain unless Boino future Lord Falmouth shall havo daughters only. In Uoriei trained, broke and fixed for market. The medical fraternity, backed up by (woethat caso tho viscounty of Falmouth half inlle track and a fully compiled statistics, is alMt a salt in We have a like tho common run of raodorn competent trainer. All aioek entrusted to our declaring that a moderate HH of itttauUatg peerages, transmissiblo only in tho malo care will hare ipeelal attention. We know conduces to long life, It It also adtalHW that lino, will pass to tho nearest malo hoir. our luilneai and know how to handle horiei. an old whiskey Is by far the beet ittaauUat a good bona lend him to ui and can be omiI. Leadtsr pbysMaat If thoro are more daughters than one If jou hare blin In a condition to bring you that tho I. W. llarnar WhlikeT. baaaBK we will put awma tho burony of Lo Despencer will fall big money, '' li fa .bk ha.b.ii.iI rtt .unA. UftiU iu.J ! lt la houaet. and la not offered for into nboyunue among them, and if thero NEVITT & BLAND, M old and thoroughly matured. is only ono sho will blossom out aa Baroness Le Despencer, and if she marries Baila Spring Stock Faru, near M. T, VOPHAK, IRVIH8T0N, KY will carry away tho titlo into her husCJoTrp't, Ky.-band's family, London Letter. The Tradesmens National Bank io Yice-Pres- 't. or MILLIN ER Y MRS. S. C. SUTTON, SPRING OPENING APRIL and S. O. HORSES TRAINED. first-clan bo-in- g, m , iuiU ' IaE. YV ... . Ai.."Tt.'. jSi:..'4Cii 3 r -- SV 0 3RECKENRIDGE NEWS. 13, 1892, MARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, WEDNESDAY, AMUL A L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO NO.D. VIUOIL G. HAIIHAOK, Editor and Proprietors. & WK8T. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlniburg..l2:4J 001X0 HA8T. p.m. Mali and Kxpreu going Kait.. ...... .10.01 a.m. west ,.iu.4t a.m. tt East 6.57 p.m Kxpreu t West m 9.48 p.m it Kst 11.19 a.ra Looal freight it West -- I0.0S a.mt I,., si, Ij. T. Local Time Card. Passenger Dally arr. Ilardlmburg- - 7:50 a.m V E Jkvs If you don't sco what you want in tlio this week ask for it. Mtt. Josei'ii I). Kinkkad, a prominent lawyer of Louisville, is dead. suitoskd deposit of Bilver hoori found near Smithland. Kv. FA oro lias V Jh A- tobacco bill has been Bign-ed b.y tho Governor and is now n law. The McCain ., r - Ova guessing match is still on, and tho $50 In gold will go to eomo lucky sub- riber. MuMioi.i.AM, lato post- of Pnducah, has been convicted of tf kn. llcan rwaster sfealiug registered letters. I . ( h hx Goil lovcth thee, Inner, He came from on lilgh, You must hasten to tako advantage of this special sale, or suffer Death of Col. Alf. Allen. ho first camo hero peoplo "The leslie ofull nation-,- " for yon came to tile. A tho pnng of paying higher prices for similar goods later on. ho couldn't get up a re.said of him that 0 KEale. H.nni.SHiiuno, Kv., April 11. Col. Alf lie lift Illi bright home In the kingdom of rut, vival in Hardlnsburg, and they didn't That you might Inherit the crown of the blest. Call and seo tho whole line. For stylo they are the latest. Qualilike his manner much in tho pulpit, but Allen died at Beard's Hotel, in thisplaco Krom the throne of HIi 1'nther ilmvn hither ty of goods, tlioy aro tho best. They were manufactured by one of tho 5fifuiDo you know who tho nominees win last Saturday morning nt 11 o'clock. His after he had preached n weok, the Uecuine, L . h7 Remember tho News will RiyoSoO best houses in tho United States in prices all we ask is to show therii softened death was not n surprise to the communi- I'or ou he encountered toll, peril and shame; . , . ,, IC;' became . hearts peoples' wi no can gnuta ' in goiu to mo person ty, as ho had been in fecblo health for I'or you healed the leper, for you stilled the and you will bo convinced. toward him, and he did revivo them and Low is. '(heir names, storm, Many thought that tho church, and do a good work in the more than a year. walked the waters raised thccoId,ilcad Mens, Boys and Childrens Mrs. Sutton returned from Louisville ho could not hold up as long as ho did, For you community. "Amiss is as good ns n mile, and it has last Saturday, form. , bringing a new ttock of on account of a general breaking down in scd many a man to say "dam it" when millinery. his system which was apparent to many for your sins, climbed He, the cruel mount'n BRANDENBURG. tho depot out of breath side, rhas reached several months ago. But tho Colonel From its crest poured Ills blood In a hot crimson Hook, Miller & Co., received a largo see tho train pulling out just ahead of j. is vis- - was n man of extraordinary physical enconsignment of wheat last week from tide; Miss Addio Ditto, of Louisville, km. Grandviow. durance, nnd while his Bufferings must On the dark, rugged cross with an agonized cry, A Difficult Feat it is to plensc every iting here. lly the side of a thlf for you He did die. Seo our lino of Mackinaw Manilla and Straw Hats. " ""-"i ... "3rfTiiE country calls for the dismission of The Gypsies came in last Saturday and Mr. James Osborne, of Guston, was linvn lu.ftri nf titnna iiroftv envnrn. Iin And will you reject Him poor worm of the one' in quafity ami price. We have never exhibited much outward signs of pitched camp near town. They will re- hero last week. of the Pen-been able to do it, though, with Mr. Itaum, now at tho head dusO complaint. To his most intimate friends slon Bureau, because his administration main during Circuit Court. Will you slight his great love, nor in it place the new things in Bev. Ilagan preached at tho Baptist he seldom spoke of his physical suffering, pT tho aQairs of that office havo been trust? Mr. John Smith, express messenger on church Sunday. but all along bore his afflictions patiently Will you pierce once again the heart that loves andalously partisan. tho L., II. & W. was in town Sunday Georgo Casperke was in tho city tho nnd seemed to bo ready for tho end when )ou, mixing with his old frionds. first of last week. it came. A few dnys before his death, lly rejecting such ioc, so fond, gnat and truer We hav- - been selling for a week fttViiATEVEii may bo the position of tho Canned goods, dried beef, mackerel, Dr. Hamilton, of Grahanipton, visited hismind beenmo unbalanced, and thero Oh, God, spire and pity the obdurate one. or two, Also a dainty line of Democratic party on tho free coinago "& wero times when ho know no ono and Who contemneth thy Imc and all It hath done Question, she gives no uncertain sound potatoes and many other good tilings at. our town last week. -- : INDIA Who laugheth In scorn .it Gethfeinanc's tears, MULLS Hardin & Brown's. tjlin,.t frnn vnnl Hint tho neonlo of Mr. Al. Mnttlngly, of Garrett, was in seemed to bo unconscious of his surround And the blood which in mercy on Cahury apiiigs. These symptoms would wear away Wo take tho lead on all staple grocer- town last Monday. pears. tLXs country may have cheap clothing. i ies and farmers supplies generally. X& Mrs. Henry Harrington is visiting re- though in a short time when .ho would Strike the heart of the sinner with thy merciful OLOVEItPOUT, KY. On Thursday ho bo nt himself again. Miller, DeJemctto & Co. rod, supplement sent Read our latives in Louisville. was out on tho street a while, and in tho Make It gush forth in streams of loc unto Godt All kinds of farming implements can this issue. It is full of local Mrs. J. Casperko went to tho city forenoon walked as far down as tho Cool Strike from him his shackles, set captivity free, interesting announcements bo bought of us at greatly reduced pi ices latter part of tho week. new praises to Spring.a point some distance below town. l'ut thee. songs in hi' mouth, even y from tho livo business men of this Miller, DeJernette & Co. Mrs. Mnsena Fontnlno is visiting in This placo lias always been n favorito reToprovo this gi to GjaJnin & Klein when in need of prosperous littlo city. Don't Just received a now lino of millinery Jeffersonvillo this week. sort of tho Colonel's, tho sprin gbeing on PISGAH. Xiipw it down, but read it. goods for my spring trade. Mr. Wash Medley, and son, Chas. of his land. He always claimed that it furMrs. E. I. Gibbs. P Montgomery Congressman "When Woodland, wero in town ono day last nished the best water in tho world, and f Tobacco plants aro up and looking Dressmaking and dress trimmings of week. -' Vrtinon linmo from Wnshinofon. bo is CO- like many other things around Hardinswell. ing toflnd many of his constituents in- - all kinds in connection with my millinery John Wimp and Mr. Henderson, of burg, lie always thought them better Farmers nro busy sowing oats and Mrs. E. I. Gibbs. quiring of him why he has not been at department. Irvington, were here tho first of last than could be found anywhere else. Ho "breaking up." .Leave your orders for millinery and week. trying to take tho tax off of cloth-- n to his town nnd was particularly partial WW '"I In spite of the cold snap tho woods and other things instead of wasting dress making with Mrs. E. I. Gibb's Mr. John Snyder, and family of Wood- his people. Not through any fault of nro, full of ticks and room at tho old Ilainbleton Hotel. A Big Line of on tho silver bill. ttna land, visited Mr. Nevitt Saturday and prido or selfishness, but on account Times are much livelier sinco tho mainly of his strong love nnd attachThe very best brands of cigars and to- Sunday. -- -: are Democrats doing in ourown "What jerkwater has got back on tho road. baccos always on hand. Dr. Pusey was called to Big Bend Mon- ment to them. '88i, rhey should remember tho dis On Friday morning ho nto a little day to see a son of Mr. Anderson Boon, From 75 Cents Up. Wo hear that Mr. James Hinsey, of James II. Glasscock. trict nicotines to bo hold in May to breakfast, later tho doctor called . and Victoria, will tako charge of tho Tar who is quite ill. Beard & Beeler havo built a wareLook at tho bargains wo quoto for this week. select delegates to tho State Convention Mr. N. W. Flaherty and Will Edelen, found him gradually weakening. Stimu- Springs. fn I.oulsvilIc. Every man should bo at house in which to store their fertilizer. of Flaherty, wero hero on business the lants were administered nnd tho doctor Mr, Jas. A. Mason, of Buth, Ky., was Are that our watches are really among Ms post when duty calls. This is to be a They are handling several brands this left him in charge of his colored nurse, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George mechanical marvels of the age. One watch the first of last week. In great year in shaping tho futuro destiny season. . Men's tuits from a famly was all that rould be afforded when Mrs Dan Bobcrts and daughter, Mrs. Henry Hi Icy. Tho doctor hnd been Mason, Sunday. $2.50 up to .fioo party. Mr. Board Dent, of Clifton Mills ; Mr. oJthe this century w.s young. TIuio has brought gono but a littlo while when Biloy disg.qo Dr. Willett, of Ekron, were in town to 1500 iinc mown suits trom F. P. llagood and Stephen Kennedy, Mr. J. B. DoIIayen nnd Mr. C. E. groat changes and it has brought them fn the covered that Mr. Allen could not livo shopping Tuesday. The Legislature has been in session Irvington, were hero matter of Tho amazing part of Youth's Suits from to 2,00 Liglitfoot were both out in this vicinity it is to tlino keeping. how such wonderful 7.00 last Friday taking comprehend Mr. Bob Owen and J. II. Howard, of but a littlo while. The Colonel must ovcr threo months and has passed three depositions. Hoys' Suits from to 400 spotting ties triumphs of mechanical skill can be made for 30c Wolf Creek, were hero on business the havo felt so himself, for when ho raised important bills; tho Qoebel Lottery Hill, the comparatively trivial sum they cost the Pants fiom Good Mens-Sundato 6.00 A suit was filed in the Circuit Court middle of last week. Mr. Crawford Pato has moved on tho purchaser. Can you Imagine a reason why 2.00 up out of Ids chair he extended his hand JsJio bill for the '.support of tho Agricul Good Working Pants, Cotton Worsted at $1.00 up. His Biloy farm. Wo heartily welcomo him you should be without a perfectly reliable and tural Department and tho McCain tobac last week which created a littlo surprise. Sain Jones charged with larceny was to Biloy nnd told him good-byhandsome watch whon foifl.OO and upwards ' Good Cassimere Pants from $1.10 to 1.75. co bill. Now they talk of taking a sum-mo- r Mrs. Milton Miller sues her husband for arrested Saturday evening and tried daughter Mary, who was at tho hotel, back to his old home. you can secure a Tollable time piece, also a nice ' Georgo Tnul nnd Nnt Nowuinn packed line of jewelry, clocks, spectacles and musical was then called into tho room, and her Monday. Ho lived near Sirocco. recess and then return next fall and divorce. They live near Sample. Good Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 65c to $1.75, merchandise at We havo tho best selected stock of Mr. P. T. Noel and Dabney Baw lings father placed his hand upon her head their grips and left for Tobinsport, Intl., continue, may bo, until December '03, S-E3-F. N. D'HUY'S, when they will bo compelled to quit and family groceries in tho city. Call on us spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. and passed to her a few words of affec- Sunday. Tlioy say there were barrels of C3 tionate adieu. Others in tho room were tears shed and unshed over their dego homo under tho limit of tho New for your supplies during court week. Rachel Williams, near Hill Grove. CLOVEllPJltT, KY. Full Stock Brogans from 75c to $1.60. Mr. George Noff, of Guston, wns ap- Mr. It. S. Skiliman nnd Dr. A.M. Kincli-elo- parture. Hardin & Brown. Constitution. Good Sunday Shoes from $1.15 to $4.50. ' To each ono Col. Allen extended Tho first railroad excursion of tho pointed Notary Public by Gov. Brown. FARM FOR SALE. met and Pisgah Sunday-schoA marked characteristic of Col. Allen He his hand and bado them good-byseason will bo given next Sunday on Ho camo in Tuesday and gave bond. Sunday with seven officers, Good furm nf SOD actes well Improved, a was his intenso love for bis homo town Mr. Gabo Meador, of Big Spring, and expired at 11:25. tho L., II. & W., through to Louisville. thirty scholars and fifteen visitors pres frame house of 8 rooms, two barns, pair of and birthplace. His heart clung to hero Mongivo an extended To undertake here to well water Conductor Tom Chandler will bo in Lum Smith, of Guston, wero ent, nnd more pretty girls than you cribs, ice house, two tenant houses, for family, Men's Good lints fiom 20c to $3.00. and nil its memories and assoed for stoek, etc., cistern and well day nnd had their tavern license re- account of Col. Allen's lifo can hardly could shnko a stick at. .. charge of tho train. and everything thnt a farmer would need. ciations. It amounted almost to a pasbo expected. A man who has for so many Only six miles from the Ij.. St. h. Jc T. Hall, Mr. Charley Mnttlngly was at homo newed. sion. While it led him often to depreoad, lJi miles from Catholic- church tchool Mrs. II. C. Bowlings left last AVednes-da- y years been in public lite, both as poliCUSTER. ciate other localities, especially those last Saturday from Grissom's Landing. months In the year. for Uptonvillc. She will visit in tician nnd lawyer, must, in order to do Full Length best made from 20c to .$1.25 I will alto sell 67 acres more If wanted at where thero was supposed rivalry, ono He takes tho News and s.ys it keeps Elisrabethtown nnd Louisville before she him justice, require a more extended Ekron Stution, In Meade county, well watered, F. B. Lyon has a fine Shubert piano. Good Black Satin fast colors from 40c to $1.25 him posted as to tho doings of men and cannot help admiring his spirit of love 40 acres cleared, the rest in nlco you'g timber. returns. notice than we feel nblo to give. Col. Miss Almcda Gray has a now organ. Good Silk Striped Shirts fiom 75c to $1.25 For further particulars address or Inquire and nffection'for homo and homo people. things in his county. Alltm was born in Hardinsburg in 1811. "l A. S. OKAYCItOFT, Deafness Can't be Cured, Mr. Frank Adkisson, who was with If you have u horse to sell bring it to of Good Men's Suspenders 10c to 75c. Flaherty, Meade Co., Ky. The campaign for tho Governorship of uensley & Jolly for some time in the by local applications, as tlioy can not His father, Joseph Allen, was for many Custer. ' . Neckwear from 10c to 60c. Tennessee is one that will bo watched goods business, has been retained by reach tho diseased portion of the ear. years clerk of tho county court, nnd a Farmers nro now hnving n clinnco to very good lawyer besides. It was under Fine Unlaundried Shirts 40c. with interest in this political year. their successors, Messrs. Miller, DeJer-nett- o Thero is only ono way to euro Deafness, him that the Colonel received that sow oats. , Fine Laundried Shirts 45c. to $1.50. Governor Buchanan in apparent fear & Co. Mr. Adkisson can still bo and that is by constitutional remedies. scholarly training which fitted him in Spring cleaning will soon bo tho order of defeat, is not willing to rely sololy upSock's from 5c to 25c. is caused by an inflamed condifound at tho old stand where ho would Deafness Ml after years to discharge tho public trusts of tho day witli housekeepers. on tho Democratic vote, but with that bo pleased to see nil of his old 41 Trunks and Valises at all prices 75, $1.00 and $4.00. customers. tion of tho mucous lining of tho Eustach- committed to his care. Ho served in and the support of the Alliance, of which Mrs. James Harrington is visiting her inflamiBSBSBefBBSBtJilk Hardinsburg Normal is growing more ian Tube. When this tube gets 99 tho Legislature in 183!), and was after- nephew, Wm. JIall, of Clovorport. ho is a member, ho aims to succeed him-sol- f. popular every day. Wo have now nn ed you have a rumbling sound or imper- wards Commonwealth's Attorney. He Judge Turnoy, his opponent, proMiss Josio Harrington entertained n HsPssVsiBBBssssssssV enrollment of over 175 pupils and they fect hearing, and when it is entirely was appointed to this ofllco in 1840 by poses to win on tho straight Democratic fow of her lady friends nt dinner Sunday. closed Deafness is tho result, nnd unless are coming every in week. Address Gov. James Clark. Ho held it by principles, and loses no opportunity to tho inflammation can bo taken out and Smitli from Burns, was hero Mr. It. P. Shacklett, until 1851, whon undor the give his reasons for so doing. Tho first this tube restored to its normal condi- then new constitution ho was elected to one day this weok with a fino horso to VSsssss9HssssssBesflssssswKl Ilnrdinsburg, Ky. speech of his canvass was an arraigntion, hearing will bo destroyed forever; the office. sell. Notice. All parties indebted to Witt It was nbout this timo that ment of tho schemo and nine cases out of ten nro caused by tho celebrated Ward trial camo up at Mr. Clem Nimo lias sued in tho April others of tho Alliance's vulnorablo points & Meador aro hereby notified to eomo in catarrh, which is nothing but nn inflamEllzabethtown. Judgo Kincheloo was term of court for n divorce from his wife, and settle their accounts for 1891. Wo tliat struck his opponent with consternaed condition of tho mucous surfaces. then on the bench. It is said that tho Adeline tion. Tho campaign in that state will bo positively mean business, and cannot Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for Colonel's speech in this caso was, perafford to indulgo you longer than ono Miss Lida Butler is a capital shot with warm and unpleasant. Judgo Turnoy or Will stand the present at James any caso of Dcufness (caused by Catarrh) haps, tho ablest effort of his life, nnd it fire arms of any kind. Sho never lias Dravln's, commencing April seaion12 and 13, II, "Old Pcto" as ho is known, thinks Dem- year. Kespectfully, Witt & Meador. that wo can not cure by taking Hall's won him great faino as nn advocato at failed yet in hitting 18D2, at Uud Pate's April 14, 15 and 10, tho mark. ocracy is good enough by itself and Tlioso from abroad, who were hero to Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. every ninth day, and will serve tnaret tho bar. Ho was elected to represent Wo noticed that Sheriff Stuart De- at$n to Insure a oolt, Monoy due when fact doesn't want it mixed with anything attend tho funeral of Col. Alf Allen F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Hancock nnd Brcckcnridgo counties in Jernette and his Deputy Bobert Glass- is ascertained or mare traded. else. Sunday, were Major Clint McClarty and BSrSold by Druggists, 75c. Care taken to prevent aoeldonts, but no tho Legislature in 1839. In 185!) ho cock wore busy on the streets pretty responsibility should any occur. of tho largest meetings in tho wife, nnd Mrs. Norris, Louisville ; Mr. One mado tho race for Lieutenant Governor much nil tho day yesterday. CLIFTON MILLS. Frank Peyton, Falls of Bough ; Mr. Ed, DESOHII'nON AND l'EDIOUEE t country and ono hnving the least politiof tho State, but wns defeated. Ho was John Hull la a beautiful blaok, IS hands Mr. James Ilnynep lost n numborof significance about it, was that of tho Oglesby and wifo, Hon. J. A. Murray and cal M. B. Dent went to Hardinsburg to tho Legislature again in mid lambs by sheep killing dogs high, 12 years old and weighs 1350 pounds. Confederate Veteran Association hold in wifo, Mr. Tom Watkins and wife, Nowt. Thursday. 1801. About this time the civil wnr sheep one night lost week. Other farmers nro This horse is well known as Jas. H. Ilarr's Miller, Clovorport. lost Friday. Petiio nnd tho city of Now Orleans "Old Wily." Mrs. L. It, Adkisson wns visiting in camo on, nnd he became at onco nn WILMS IIOIiDUK. liko complaint. Bemedy shotYou will find constantly a full stock of Tho revival which has been in progress Stephensport Inst week. So m o of tho great lights of tho old south earnest worker for the Union causo in making and bravo men who fought for tho suc- at tho Southern Methodist church here Dr. S. P. Parks attended tho Republi- tho State. Ho was associated with such gun. FOR RENT. cess of a lost causo were present, namely: for tho past fivo weoks will probably close can State Convention at Louisville. men as James Speed, John M. Harlan, J. Buckner Bo ml was in tho neighborA good rh and dwelling at Hock Bo v. Charles Koystur, who has Gen. Wado Hampton, Gen. Longstrcet, Miss Emma Wheeler is in LouiBvillo Joseph Holt and others piominent in hood last week surveying n tract of land I. I our own Simon B. Buckner, Gon. Gor- been conducting it has been a faithful this week tho guest of her brother, J. O. public nffairs nt that timo. In 1800 ho lor James G ray. Mr. G ray recently pur- Lick. It Is a splendid stand fur selling goods s Is large and in good repair. Tho don and others. Tho meeting was pure- worker, preaching botli night nnd day Wlieolor. ' was appointed State Treasurer, nnd held chased tho land from tho Gray heirs. A line opening for business. Will be ronted ly ono of friendly feeling and brotherly lor threo weeks, ills pcrsoveranco in Georgo Morris will preach here on tho office nbout two years. Ho was then Tlioy having hired tho land from their llov. eheap. For further Information address1 the sympathy among tho survivors, that lost tho work of soul saving is wonderful, nnd the fourth Sundays during this yenr. Wo appointed Consul to China by President brother, James Gray, deceased. undersigned their all at ono time in a desperate con- ho never lets anything eomo between welcomo Brothor Morris in our midst Johnson, and renlnlned abroad until John Wesley llhodes, ago eighty-fou- r J. S. MOUTON, flict for navional supremacy. But that him and his duty along this line. Day again. llov. Honry Hook will preach 1800, when ho was . by President a good old man has been taken from this Hook Lick, Ky. feeling has long sinco disappeared, and and night ho preaches, prays and sings, hero tho first Sunday in May, Returning to Louisvvlllo ho community Grant. by tho cold hand of death. theso men, allied in sentiment and sym- and tho whole bent of his mind is on tho Also a full lino of Fancy Grocories, Cannod Goods, and an excel-- T Tho wives of this vicinity wish tho gave up public lifo nnd again resumed Ho was burled in tho Good Hopo gravo DENMARKS FOR SALE, pathy for tho Bouth, though they be, gospel. Ho is sanctified nnd preaches wjjn could all bo brought to boliovo as tho proctico of law. Ho ennio to l yard March 15th. Ho desired to be s lent assortment of Fresh and Puro Candies. havo still honored respect for tho success the doctrino as tho only snfo and sure tho News said in giving Mrs. Farmer a to livo in 1878, nnd inndo.this I have two Denmark Saddle and Harness buried by tho Masonic fraternity, but and a united country. This meeting but method of reaching Heaven. Itoyster is cornpr, "in letting tho women havo their his homo up to his death. In 1880 ho by W.W. Everything fresh and clean. tho day being unpropitlous, tho prder Stallions, sired Spring" William's, Koyol Den. Furtn, llreokenrldge mark, of Hniln tests their allcgianco to the comrades from Henderson county, and before ho say in most anything," yet tlioy would united with tho Methodist Church South, could not bo gathered .together in suff- county, Ky. One of them Is a i went through tho ntnigglo with entered tho ministry was a drunkard, nu prefer tho omission of tho "most," who nnd over afterwards lived n consistent icient Wov solicit your orders for cakes and confections for special occasions numbers. So ho was temporarily the other, Ave years old In May, Will sell them, and If there is ono who is nbout to infidel and as ho says himself, ono of tho either of them. Have six colli on inj' farm Tho storm of. the 4th Inst, passed with- Christinn life. After a long and useful and will bo reburled by the, that show what they aro For futher partic- which wo are buried, fall by tho wayside, lie will bo looked worst devils in tho world. Now, sinco in a milo of us, slinking us up considerprepared to fill on short notico, . public career ho died at tho ago of 78. Masons on tho first Sunday In May. ulars a Idress, after. What a contrast must appear to his conversion and entry into tho minis- ably, but no damago done. Tho Norton Ho developed a. strong religious faith, 0. MILES, , Pennybaker, the minds of these gallant men standing try, his whole life is put into'tho work. vicinity near here was damaged. There which leaves its impression on hisfrh n Is. JF TOVIt Tt ACK AC II KH all fur rrallr Ho believes in fasting and praying as being barns uud other out buildings on the soil of tho now south of In 1880 ho wrote the following lines, Or you aro it Isworn out, debilitytool ry nothing Or call at my farm throe miles Meade ofCo., JCy. '1 general east Ekron Oor.Walland PoplarSte. . Hiid comparing its condition with that of two important elements in tho success blown down, tho dwellings wore unin- which manifest his deep appreciation of .BKtry mo.Y jtirrhJi.s. Station or two ml In, south of lloek Havea Iv will ouro you, and giva c, good appetit. Sold of his work, and ho practices both n great jured. years ajw- Station on the L St. T .V T. K. K, plan of salvation through Christ, , . twcnty-lly- o tho i'!jManu vjf. The election m tho state t 3KJ11 a:, --- of itnouo was a victory for tho Itotmbllcans, uo uvmovima iiiuuu luru juius m Mr. Eli Smith was in town lost Saturday. For watches and Jew s harps call on T. 0. Lewis. You want a fiddlo or butter dish sco T. 0. Lewis. Tho April term of Circuit Court next Monday. Tho most interested jeweler in tho county T. O. Lewis. Jeff Hook claims to havo tho finest bred bird dog in town. Miss Mollio Adkisson camo down from Irvington last Saturday. And do you want a clock or a French harp, call on T. C. Lewis. Mrs. Lnnnio Smith, of Owensboro, was visiting hero a fow days last week. Turo wines and liquors on hand at tho Boss Saloon. James II, Glasscock. I am told it is a fact you can get supplies for your machines at T. C. Lewis. Banjos, guitars, accordions, supplies for all kinds of musical instruments atT, C. Lewis. llov. L. E. Campbell wont to Webster last Saturday to attend Quarterly meeting. Watches, clocks, etc., renovated made good as new or ruined for good. T. C. bo-gi- mttJsraammMsMMM v,i.tak nwrrjmahi EST JViinifell's JA jjnoes "V" mm&zsss &w v r- -v y-- V '$ ',yl .jy-- V .w-'- Ll i T"- S- i vn A'-'-S- '"i I rv v y i vi y ',? .:. jW-.Vvi- f ZgATw vt "trie; m. i fs V faster T deal. AVhen fisk for "Muhdell's Solar Tip Shoes" for Boys, Hisses and Children, S3 -- (ffr T S TIME IS LIMITED. Co's. - T Thero is a time in the affairs of every man when ho should gird up his loins and hustle, seeking tho aggrandizement of self above all things else. Such a timo is tho present. Timo is limited at "Smart & CLOTHING SALE. DIFFICULT FEAT. " V SUITS! If i&exemsf :- MART &ky. CO., cloyerport; -- x- -- l. SULZER'S, The Cloverport Savings Co. "Money Saved is Money Earned." itf-wit- grow-.Aff,a- y Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing1, Hats, Caps, and Men's Shoes. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes :- s. - The Facts in the Case PANTS From 25 Cents F P. ... ... to-da- e. IE S - ' e. ol Hnr-dinsbti-rg HATS. SHIRTS JOHN BULL ' y Our goods were bought direct f rorn the best manufactures for cash in big lots, and we are determined not to be undersold. Come and get our prices:befo're making your purchases. GOODMAN & KLEIN, ClovJsrport, Ky. City Bakery and Confectionary; store-hous- e sture-hou- Fresh Bread, Rolls CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. ' Hnr-dinsbu- CHAS. RIEDEL & CO.,' to-da- by all itokMrs in inettlcluv. CLOVBItPOiT, KY. EPP W HARNED, Everything cheap In millinery -- Mm. BEWLEYVILLE. liny ties. Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger BuslneBrf is flouilshliig. Mr. J. A. Cone was in town Sunday. New and htylisli millinery at Mn, Best factory at Meyers' for 5c. ' Sunday School will open hereafter at Ojjtafin J)r. UVitV oM tland up lair. Ilnynu's. John Hehsley was In town Monday. Mr. Fella is building n new. house in I) o'clock. OLOVEhPORT. KY. v Mr, Lon Jarboo was hero on Thursday. Miss A'ictoria Payno is visiting relaEastland. V L. D. Addison, of Addison, was in tho tives near Webster. ;Heavy Brogan shoes at Meyers' for85c. ,A. Miss Bettlo Cain has gone 'to Darlingcity Sunday. Win. Skillman was here on Thursday. If' Before you give up your hard-earne- d dollars for n suit of clothes Ed. Whitehead, of Rome, was in tho ton, South Carolina. 25 pounds of sugar at Meyers' for$1.00. "" ' OANNELTON, or boys. You are never sure of being right until you for yourself ,,',' IND. Mrs. Jack Hardnway and children left city Monday., C. It. Mattingly was in Burns Thursmmlo to order in tlio best stylo. buy your goods from us. We carry the largest nnd best stock in My prices in millinery cheaper than last week for Missouri. day. . Perfect fit guaranteed, Qnlers solicited. over before Mrs. Ilnynes. Tho Cosh has been having n great Come to us look the city, and nl our own manufacture. For now and cheap goods go to Midi ' T. C. Crnlg loaded three cars with boom in tho clothing trade. Meyer. through bur stock hear our low prices. M. D. A. A. Mrs. Pate, of Custer, spent last week hickory timber hero Friday. A'. G. Babbago and son were here , fj--' 1). C. Johnson. with her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Loo Isaacs, of Stcphensport Thursday. camo down Monday shopping. Tho Rov. Bucbannan filled his usual Mrs. Carver has been seriously ill for Office trer Ureckrnrulge Jank: -- r ., f--4 Mr. Rcrtnan, of Canne'ton, was a guest appointment at tho Baptist chinch Sun- some days. CLOVERPORT, KY. GPL. GPL Hssfl day. of Goodman & Klein Sundny. James Pnyno has built him n now Miss Missie Beauchamp, of .Sample, is plank fence. If you need anything fn millinery call w And buy, and you will never regret i.t. Every garment we sell visiting her grandfather, Mr. Joel Jorand seo Mri Hayncs before buying. W. B. Hnrdiu is talking of moving his v'UiS, Claim & Pension Agent Mrs. James Harrington, of Custer, is dan. It is honestly made and bears the stamp of honesty on its face. mill to Harncd. The roof of tho Baptist church was visiting her nephew, Mr. Win. llalh In agony with nothing to show for it, honestly sold. AVe have a superb stock of'Hluc and Black ConJ. E. Cooper was tho guest of Iron is- t damaged by tho hurricano S.TEPHENSPORT, KY, Mrs. Wilkorson is building three houses considerably Pnyno Saturday. lie f Be sure you come and Suits nt rock bottom prices. firmation Monday. "WfcW.'. O 4) ear tbo Patton brick workp, which will Harncd will bo largely represented in W. BROOKS, Burkhardt Is visit, Miss Kntherino sec us, bo for rent. . Lotiisvillo on tlio 17th. ing her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Ilaynes has tho largest and cheapNew Lawns at Meyers for Ho per yard. PHOTO & ARISTD ARTIST est lino of millinery goods ever brought S. Dowelh Seo whero wo get bargains. A". . AVe learn that tho hurricano Inst .MonComo unto us nil yo, that aro weary nnd footsore, and you will J to this city. Art Goodman is staying here this week OLOVEHI'OUT, KY. Flouring day damaged tho Irvlngton Har-gi- s' Tho steamer, Littlo Albert, took for tlio ptuposo of N. B. To every 20th customer for 1 diz. relief in our bargo of staves and departed for Mill slightly. Cnblnots, a 16x10 Crayon Portrait. Mr. C. Beauchain. of Falls of Roiil-Ii- . Messrs. Dolph Jones, Ben Clarkson Louisville yesterday. ' AVill Strother, of Big Spring, spent several days with us last week. Mr. Klein, of the firm of Goodman & and Dr. e01cl Mrs. Elizabeth Downs has been visitin town last week. Klein, went to Louisville Sunday and wero 0? Mr. Jack Hardaway disposed of his ing Mrs. Alice Ilaynes for some days. will remain until Friday. :H stock and household goods at public Mr. Green, our nurseryman, has been Oelzo's now houses down on Second live sale, on Saturday last, ho expects to making a largo dolivery of fruit trees street nro nearing completion and they leavo in a short timo for Missouri. this spring. greatly improve tho looks of that portion Mr. Fletcher Blanford was elected by Tako your country produco to Mich of tlio town. S. S. ut this place, delegate to tho Dis- Meyer ho is paying the best prices on Capital Stock $25,000. AVo havo a great number aof brickSunday School Convention which tho market. layers hero from Henderson, Owcnsboro trict B. F. DEAKD, Prcaldent. convenes at Hardinsburg, May 25. und Cannelton, and still tho demand is RufusSt. Clair has como homo from Considerable alarm was caused last Webster where ho has WILL MILLEU,Vlce-rreli!en- t. not supplied. And moreover you will ho wearing tho neatest and most com" been visiting his tho breaking out of diphtheria parents for somo days. M. II. BEARD, Caihler. Clint McClarty and wife, of Louisville, week by ' 1 Mr". M. Shumate, of family of able Shoo in town. camo down Saturday night, and went to in tlio O'. W. BEAHD Don't over think we havo forgotten reported, ono proved fatal, . nire ti.r Hardinsburg Sunday to attend Col. Al- eight cases KSKIIIDUE that of an infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Hill for president, for ho Is a professor of BM. JOLLY., len's funeral. Geo. AVrathor, the others are convales- tho great Democracy, and wo need ono of INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS If you are going to do any painting cent. that principle. this spring, don't buy your paints until Henry Moorman, wo aro told, is going Mrs. Mellnda Kasey, celebrated tho News. you call on us mid examine goods and seventy-sevent- h anniversary of her birth to build a fino stock barn, let somo & Hayncs. prices. Short at the residenco of her daughter, Mrs. S. others take Mr. Moorman as an example WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1892. Miss Lela Henley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Out this week to inform you that wc are still in the fight J. McCoy, on Tuesday, 'April 5th. A and our farms will not look so much Touscy, Mrs. Jabino and Master Harry sumptuous dinner was served Ufa num like waste places. witli low prices, and have got them as low as they possibly can LOCAL BREVITIES. Newsom visited at Mr Julo Hardin's Sun. us to n ber of friends who assembled to enjoy I want to buy ono hundred thousand go. Our overstock and scarcity for room has compelled day. They went by skiff. &. Hnynes. the day with her, and who, most heartily staves and ten thousand railroad ties put our goods at a low figure in order to get them out of the For drugs go to Short and A novel attraction in town Saturday wish her many happy returns of the i r viiumi . !... c way. So will pay the best prices for teem. nio i.. iiiu cuy ouu- - was a couple of men riding oxen. They j vicu. n, u. r in i. day. duy. Respectfully, had saddles just like horses and they Other merchauts can and do, who buy Mich Meyer. II. M. McCrnckcn won in the city Mon- - acted much in tlio same manner. on the samo terms as tho Cash Store, get dny. Farmers are all reporting a lino pros- their goods at tho samo prices as it does, 4 I TOBINSPORT, IND. P" AV. "V. Uroolcs went to Louisville Inst pect for wheat. The indications now are and thoy could sell them just'as cheaply -- week. that last year's bbunteous crop in this if thev would adopt tho cash system. It is bad to he behind ,,.. r rn:il ujiji-- ..... - viiuuuuuii iuuu- - section will be surpassed this season. Too much rain for the lanners. dr.itliii ?... it;iib iu o. Tills is the only positive spot cash houso J 'A 5?X to pay taxeH. J. C. Ryan lost a horso last week. Tho Methodist choir, from this city, any whero In the vicinity, and white Come and buy before They are cheap and in your reach. ! ij Dr. 'Adkisson visited his old homo accepted an invitation to A'ictoria others may give- you an occasional DwightLee,of Cannelton, was visitthis golden opportunity is over. Hear "Webster last Sunday. it is known to tho Cash that its ing friends hero Sunday. and gavo a musical entertainment. They report a very pleasant trip. average is a long way below what any y , Dr. Owen is bis dwelling, An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Clias. I J& Jand otherwise repairing it. Albert Lalleist has tho contract to put credit houso can sell at that has any hope Adams was buried hero Sunday. Tho Cash of continuing in business. :' Mrs. Rosa AVhitehead visited relatives fpf Miss Blanche Frank, of Frank's Land- - iron roofing on all tho buildings that are man would not expect to sell ovcry per1 now going up in tho city, together with T; in Rome, Ind., a few days last week. Wr ding, was in tho city Monday. t tho Patton and Acmo"brick works build- son if ho were to sell his goodsat half tho Harrison's ready mixed paint, tho best fi& Conrad Simons camo near losing his cost of them, for every ono don't always ings. ' ,in the market at Short & Ilaynes'. havo tho cash or produce to buy with smoko house by the meat falling in the That big stock of Millinery Goods has got to go at once. If you wish to bo in tho procession uso James G. Stephens, of Holt, was in Jf$ II, F. ghellman, of Union Star, was just at tlio timo they need tho goods. To fire. So come quick while you can buy a lint or Bonnet before the the city Monday. Ho is done breaking the city on business yesterday. y Mr. AVeissenberger, of Tell City, was ho would say ho expects to seo corn ground, and reports farmers tolera- such ssiensa , Another now man went to work In tho bly well up with their work in his neigh- you go past him and is glad to know hero last week trying to buy hub tim- stock is picked over. there are so many good merchants who ber. jr' Cloycrpprt Cigar Factory Monday. borhood. are willing to accommodate you. Tho Messrs. AVhitehead & . Bar(Jcners "avo 1 been getting in yYl ' coHi J. Harney & Co., of Owcnsboro, havo Cash Store is seeking for and will havo pcu over uuu Head of Smart have ship-fcj .llioir work this spell of good weather. hogs in tho last six filled tho Moorman & Skillman factory nono but tho spot cash and produce weeks. Tm ", Misses Lena Archer und Fanny Dun-f- l with tobacco and are rehandling and trade. To these ho makes his bow and Mrs. Arckorman and family, of Rome, of Hawesville, wero in tho city ft PURE ACIDULATED BONE, ..can, George Augcns'tein has charge promises for tho future as in tho past, Ind., aro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. fill of the house. GILEAD PHOSPHATE, that ho will on every article givo you tho Groves. Our stock of Fertilizers arc being sold at exceedingly low .V- - iDrugsand medicines, tho most Reub Miller has bought a piece of bottom cash price. Goods nil marked in - ihbi , .mW . nn ii vui i r-- t . . Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Cloverport, spoilt figures, stock, always found at Short & land near tho Acme brick works and will plain figures and sold to overy ono at tho v.. m l tbo day hero, the guest of Mrs. Rosa Respectfully, S'Haynes'. begin immediately to build two cottages samo price. Cash Store, AVhitehead. tR W. II. Uowmer is having his residence for rent. Tiioy bo ready for occupyBowlcyvillo, Ky. Rev. It. M. John, of universalist faith, w Sawyer and Utting are doing ing by Juno 1st. TOBACCO POTATO Mattingly Wilson. delivered several sermons hero on the 8, &, tho work. Ground was broken Monday morning Mr. James W. Mattingly and Miss 0, and 10th. , Ilonry 11. Head, of tho U. S. Insur-O- f for O. F. Mattingly's new business house', Mary AVilson wero married at 8 o'clock . 'anco Company; hrrived in tho city again and it will bo Mrs. Nannie Groves and son, Tom, pushed rapidily to comple- p. in. yesterday, at tho residenco of the have returned from a pleasant visit to yesterday. -tion. Hh Several of tho bovs worn trvltu Hmlr The World's Columbian Exposition. n bride's father, tho Hon. Jonas AVilson, relatives at Rome, Ind. PROGRAMME Tho Busy Beo Society promise every- Rev. AV. C. Brandon officiating. OK Til K Send 50 cents to Bond & Co., Rookery, John Hcnning and family, of Clover..luck in tho creek yesterday. The catch body a good timo on their excursion to AU High Grafle AKIJIAL MATTER Gools. Chicago, and you will receive, post paid, Thoy were attended by Mr. Henry port, wero tho guests of not laigq. Mr. and Mrs, Louisville April 28th. Go with them for Lewis and Miss Mary Mattingly, and tho a four hundred page advance Guido to ?"i' Tho Minuet nnil TVriiQipn f!li.1. ...Ill a pleasant day. $1,50 for tho round trip. rites were solemnized in tlio prcsenco of James England last week. Wednesday, April 13, 1892, 8 p. m. tlio Exposition, with elegant EngravA N'elvo their cntcrtnininnnt. nf. llm Owm. Tickets can bo had at Fisher's drug store. a largo crowd of friends and relatives. Rev. Collins and wifo spent a fow days ings of tlio Grounds and Buildings, Por' liouso AND visiting" last week. Ho delivered Overture 11 Ailsa Sklllumn, Meatrs. O. T. and Auction I Auction! Auction Ono After tlio ceremony all repaired to the hero traits of its leading spirits, and a Map of several interesting sermons. J. U. Skillman. ; Quite a crowd of our citizens went to buggy, ono set harness, ono sowing ma- residenco of Mr. O. B, Mattingly, tho Dclsnrto tlio City of Chicago ; all the Rules govTableaux Entrls and Advantage JIardinsbuig Sunday to attend the funer- chine, ono spring wagon, ono niulo, two groom's father, whero a delightful reMiss Katie Downier. erning tlio Exposition and Exhibitors, Coach, Cab and Caboose. DoPlnna and nil information which can bo given al of Col. Alf. Allen. Gully Cbant the Summer Bird CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. horses, one cart, for Bale at Hambleton's ception was enjoyed by all. Mtia Lafayette LalleUt. The force has been increased at tho Clinrles Ilnrgis, of Derby, camo down regular auction Saturday April 10th 1892. out in advance of its opening. Also, The happy couple will visit relatives x- Songi of I.ovo depot by putting on Gordon Moorman as TableuCiNCBNNATI, O, Monday on tho train und returned that Mliiea Pear) Miller, Little Skillman, other Engravings and printed informaAVhon it comes to button-hol- e boquets in Louisville a few days, and will then regular y operator. Mr. Moorman is Mr. Earned Uabbai-- i and Little Kiln night on tho packet. tion will bo sent you as published. It Deputy Sheriff Will Ramsey surely re- go to Paducah, which place thoy will Smith. from Leltchficld, but has been will bo a very valuablo Book and overy Muilo T.J. Rider and his sister, Mrs. Isaac moves tho dclapidated linen from off tho make their future homo. Both tho bride night operator-a- t Irvington for somo Tableux Hoineu and Juliet tihaketeare person should sccuro a copy. of I'atesvlilc, returned from shrubery, or, in other words, "takes tho and groom nro favorites hero, and many Slmonton, Milt Ileailo IlambletuD, Mr. Jas. It. accompany them on their time. You arc left if you don't uso B. P. Beard it Co's., Corn and To. rag off tho bush." Ho was out Sunday Louisvillo last week. .Tnmna T.' Pl.nnln ntul 11. Tf T Vo... Skillman. Tho boys at tho shops say that Ralph Mutlo now lifo venture. 6oni havo purchased lots on oposito cor- - bacco Grower. J Mr. O. Alexander has been appointed with tho first rose of summer on tho lap-o- l Nutting, tho young coppersmith nnd Tableaux The Skein Winders jiere turners .Murray jwu unu tchcoih of ids coat. post mastor at Custer, and ,. Green at Mines Minnie and Alllne Murray. The King's Daughters. street and aro starting to build dwellcornetist, has received several proposals Catlllni VeUance Mrs. Eliza Holt relumed to her homo ('Horned in this county. ing houses, which will bo for rent. The Tlio King's Daughters, of this county, of marriage since tho leap year camo in, Mr. Ja. K. Skillman. l.iiililiin. mm.n tu ctnrttr... ..HI, u ..in, iia u....u.. uiuiu laoutiuii ,jwt will Henry'Templo is sorely afllicted, and In Owcnsboro Saturday, accompanied by nro nffectlonutoly invited to attend n but, as yet, is undecided as to whether Tnbloaux Sylvia HARDINSBURG, KY. tho weather shows an inclination to bo a Mrs, Mattio AValter, Mill Lulu Onon. her sister-in-la.it 18 hard v nccessarv to add tlmt In. la State Convention of King's Daughters, ho will accept any of them. nine lavnramn. Tbe Angles Serenade (with violin oblajfato) who will remain with her a few days , 'not as patient as Job. Ilarga to bo held in Louisville, Ky., on April The Falls of Rough coaches aro coming Mill Lafayette Lalleist, Mill Alliene Jur.,Jonn Gregory, an old citizen of and then go to Mt. A'ernon, Ind., to 24th, 25th, and 20th. Mrs. Mary Lowo into tho shops to be 'nnd Annie May, accompan'Bt. i Murray, Mill this plaecis very sick and his dwith is spend the summer. Miss Ola Johnson Dickenson nnd Mrs. 0. Davis, of tho J. Tableaux Hamlet and Ophelia varnished. expected at any timo. will accompany her. Mill Nannie Murray, Mr. Jhb. It, Skillman. Central Council, will arrive in Louisville Capt, A. S. English has moved into the Newt, retrie, night operator, wont to Muilo 'Squlro J. AV. Jnrrett, of Stephonsport, Mill Annie May i Fotla houso, down on tho river, and is camo down Monday and attended the K. on tlio 23rd and will address the Conven- Hardinsburg Sunday, Iluipila Lovoi First Bream matters, of vital interest to tho tion on Mr. O. T. Ukillmin. out of tho hotel business, P. Lodge at night. Tho 'Squiro is get- King's Daughters everywhere. They Mrs. S, A. Porter has returned from a P.HIT II. Mr. and Mrsv L. L. Smith, of Owensbo-ro,-wor- o ting to bo quite a successful pension atTableaux Anthony and Cleopatra visit to Maltoon, III. ? Shakeipearo , Mrs. O. 1). Temple at torney, and Is becoming noted as a pe- will be prepared to meet personally visiting Mrs. Ed. Martin, who has been visitmembers of circles nnd suggebt to them Mill Maggie Bowmer, Mr. Jene Miller. v tho Cloverport Hotel Sunday. titioner in that line. Muilo of Millinery, in tho latest and most plans of work for their different locali- ing nt Henderson, has returned. "" Tho Third Street Planing Mills havo The Artists Dream and Minuet H. Sale, J. M. Rowers, Clias. Sim-- . Engineer Jerry Gannano took the ex- ties, if delegates so desire. approved Parisian fashion, may bo Mr. Ernest Babbage, Artist. and W. J. Scott, all 'of Louisville, received a largo lot of sash, doors and Tho initial meeting of tho scries will cursion through yesterday. Mill Minnie Murray, Min Lula Onea, found at bUnds, which thoy can hell surprisingly in this city yesterday. Mr Will Ilowmer. Mr. Cbai. Skillman occur on Sunday afternoon in ono of tho Mlai Maggie Downier, Mill Alliene Murray, J-- ,' .Hon, D. It, Murray, Dr. Clayton, and low, and thoy proposo tq keep a good churches.. To the Berry Growers of Tobinsport, Mr. Jui. H. Skillman, Mr. O.T. Skillman. ffcj1Tatty Reed stepped onto tho last rung of, supply of these goods constantly on hand tkfMMmmmWmRE3nEmGM m. Ind. A reception will bo given Mrs. DickenMr5. H. Y- - Duncfcn'5- Muiio ' In tho future. Don't onler from dis- son tlio K. P. ladder Mpnday night. Malvolia nnd Mrs. Davis by tho King's DaughI would suggest that we hold a meet- Tableaux Mill Skillmim. Wo havo an infinito variety of '$3l$Maron Rebon will bo engineer at tho tant places, but give them a call, ters, of Loulsvlllo, to which 'nil delegates ing at Fisher's Hall, on Saturday, April Tableaux Veitul Virglni Tho Young Ladies' Aid excursion, from will bo mado welcome. All Aema brick wprka iind will havo full , styles, at tho lowcstpossiblo prices. Mm Nannie Murray, Mr. J. 11. Miller. who intend 30, at 1 o'clock p. m., to try and obtain Will make the leaion of 1892 at my itable In 111 Owensboro to Louisville yesterday, seemeliargo of tho boilers and engines. Strauu Holt's Dottom. Nigh to tako advantage of this opportunity lower freight rates from the Adams and Morning liHo. a Illedel, Stella Fox, Anna During tho coining week wo will , i , . rpin.A ...til l.. i Mluei Terms A fee of $10.00 will be charged to xupiu iviu uo 4.iuiur BervieeH neiu in ed to bo a crowding success. They pass- and all our ladies nro invited, whether U. S. Express Companies than wo had llamman, Maggie 1'arber, Sarah. Ham-mashow an imraenso lino of Trimmed Aloney due when tbe Insure a mare in foal. ed this city with seven coaches crowded wtw' thaljlni etreet (I I I i 111 Ml fi lothodist church next vUl il V Little Hull, Katie Sawyer, Ella thoy nro King's Daughters or not are last season. Respectfully, faot li meertulned or mare parted with. w l l l I raj i? i with gay and pleasure-seekin- g humanH'Hunday and song eo'rvJces at night. Hats, in all shapes, styles and May, Jessie Hoyle, Venle llambletun. Wonder li MXA bands high, black, very AV, S. AsmiY. requested to communicate with Miss Latle Bailie Murray, Lalleiit, Mn, j6, " Tho Acmo brick works nro moving ity, and swelled tho crowd by crowding A lengthy, with large bone, head and eari. prices. Ne.w Gooda coming in Lucy Richardson, 1020 Fifth "Street, Maxiden, M I li luiil i good breeder, all bit colts are hays or blaoki. iiil v ' things in a lively mannor Jrom outward s. of I TO Elizabethtown District Conference. overy day. All the lutest things in ' appearancfH and preliminary pronara-- t on a crowd sixty or more Cloverpor-tor- Louisville. J. Q. STEPHENS. LAUDS, STOCK and CROPS. ,tfonB, itwjll surpass anything wo liavo Tho Loulsvlllo King's Daughters, who At tho urgent request of tho pastor Under this head we will publish all mIui of ' Flowqrs, Moise and Fred Hoortz, A'ico President, and aro arranging for this convention, expect and people of Hardinsburg the timo of lock, land and cropi, If you make male of any Tet, in tho way of n manufacturing WANTED. Jtbli9hmeiiU Louis Summers, Scretary, of tho Acmo largo delegations from all over tho state. holding tho district conference will bo kind or have stock, land, or produce for tale Fancy Bibbons, Straw, To sell the Lovell Washer, one . . 'i Tbe pita arwall dug, tho switch Is laid Brick AVorks Company, camo down from pleu report It, either by letter or postal, for man or woman wanted to every ten miles changed from April 20-- 24 to May 9. and Fancy Braids, n.WMl they tiro ready to begin laying brick Louisville Saturday to take square In the entire Dreckemidge county. Exthis column. n vlow of WEBSTER. m go&i oBtifllcient material is accumu- A good lively agent can The program already published will bo clusive torritory. Drown Leghorn ebleken eggi for sale. Lace and Straw Hats. make from $60 to $75 a month If at work In good lfed. Tlio ofllco was completed yester- - their new manufacturing establishment, Samuel Hall, Uloverport, Ky. observed, beginning Wednesday, May and-i- s earneit. The Lovell Waiher will do better Mrs. Aliko Mathenoy visited Locust a nico littlo structuro. Two and expressed themselves as being well dy A good Short-borbutt for sale, 4 yean old work than any other Waiher on earth. 25, at 2:30 p. in. No engines of 200 hOrso power and four boil- - pleased with its progress. Had it not Home sovoral days last week. Do you want a HAT or a BONNET, if so wo can please July next, good tlio and condition. It. AV. BttowDF.n, d rubbing on Fits any tub, Savss '.' e of 300 horso power havo boon bought Geo. P. Aiklni, Tar Fork, Ky. time, money and clothei. Just the machine Presiding Elder. Glad to welcome Mrs. J.udwell AdkiB-so- n of Granger & Co.. Louisville, and tho been for tho bad weather and the difffor ladies who are not itrong. Thoaiandi you. pweuiuery baa all been purchased of tho iculty in getting material, tho buildings at home, again. She has been visiting of ladiei who uied to hlro their waibing done Valuable Property for Sale. well known Arm, Shecler it Co., llucy Take Notice. for this largo establishment, would al- relatives at Stephonsport.' now save that expenie by using the Lovell rfaa. Ohio, Tlio first car load will bo Waiher. To those desiring an agency, for City election polls will bo open in each "- Jelupped on the '.'Oth Inst. Tho kilns of ready havo been completed. Johnle" Coleman lias a sprained ankle, ample full ittn only three dollars and ten cti. - tli(i works H'il all bo Eudaloys; which which ctuses him to bo using crutches. ward on tho first Monday in May (May alio Key Stone Wringers and other useful ' itvsi'itrHiA roil houiehould artlolM, for termi to agenti refer Uy MISS TI. M00UMAN. Mr aaid to be the best. Mr. Eudaloy, Mr. nnd Mre. Billio McCoy wore- tho 2nd, 1802) for tlio election of Mayor and Vo Hrimn'a Iran Hitter. to PKTEK KROUQII, of Cincinnati, was hero . Ui; riirtlcUm recommend It guests of'Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jordan last Councilincu, Union Star, For further Inltrmatlon tea JtetuwWr. jiving some instructions in re- Ml dctlen keep it. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine R. Hi PiKncu, M. C, O. OLOVKltPOttT; KY. DR. OWT.N, . IlrecVenrJdgo County, Ky. Saturday and Sunday. gM.to Uwir oHMtric(ion, and crwwxl red line en wrapper i PhysicianSurgeon. - WM'IWi,MM "' Dr. J. M. Clayton, ' " ww - ,. immmmmmm tmmmmmm mmmm - mmmmmmmmmmmm ... fcliw v 'fWTWfpwTOpr , I, Mi UMh w -- w immmm-- ,, ,, , iiiii n ' . i .11 ft?? Merchant Tailor, J. KIRST, Be Sure You Are Right I: Simons, JPhysician 4P Surgeon Then Go Ahead DON'T WEAR OUT J. W. JAKRETT, If YOUR SOUL BUT tw; B -- W, 9 .i saw-iogin- .? BANK Julius Winter & Co., Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Ladies' Fine Shoes, . HAUDITS BURG Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. Gentlemen's Pine Shoes, ILL ?' SAY WE ARE Boys and Girls Pine Shoe! Breckenridge HERE. AGAIN ULZER'S & t Cloverpokt, Ki r.. Working Man K$Iqd, listen Don't Get Behind 'y Mon-day.nig- ht bar-gait- Indies In Finances In Farm Methods Tn Farm Wnrl 200 LBS. v Farmers ! & 4i runt Bunt meal, com-!-.ple- to Monroe Son,, Glendeane, Ky. o rni .trnu ........ i- SPECIAL ... W j -'-- 7-j IFESTILIZERSJ CD I WHEAT 1 All SFRfiftlG CROPS. tl orig-nall- well-wish- .' j. B. F. BEARD & CO., r NERY two-wee- An Attractive tine t.ple The Jack Wonder, fc4 i:, fflWlfkl I n, -- jkv M SUB-AGEN- m t, 25-2- v-- i 1 - n wash-boar- . v MRS. H. V.DUNCAN,, . pjte, - - trade-mar- k ft . 1 , Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APKIL 13, OVER THE STATE. Small Doses of Information Gathered From Kontucky Exchanges. 1892. POULTRY. J PROMPT RELIEF For biliousness, nausea, and , dizziness, take diarrhoea, To J. A. Gilliland. of In speaking othei's faults, bo care- Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE Tx s appears to bo a question of no littlo importanco with tlio farmer and all thoso interested in There aro now thorouehbrcd fowls. Bcventy-tw- o distinct breeds of fowls, which breed truo to color and name; and any of theso aro so much superior to the mixed common breeds (or the mongrels) in every respect, that it is difficult for ono unacquainted with tho standard to tell which of thoso would suit his location, satisfy his taste best, and givo him tho best results in every way. To sco thoroughbred fowls is to admire them; .f--?! and ono can scarcely content himself by selecting ono from tho many varieties, and have no others on tho farm. But I wish to say from my own experience, together with tho sentiments of all poulterers, that it is best for all to PA-- , confine themselves to ono of tlio several ?ifr breeds except thoso who engage in tho ?r breeding business. They, of course, have sjN, to bo at considerable cxyenso to produce BSf stock for the best results, which requires so much pains and timo that in order to mako it pay a good dividend must bo prepared to fill all orders, and ten or a dozen varieties can bo cared for with samo cost, minus the feed. t In our letter of February 0, if you remember, wo told you tho actual cost of keeping n hen ono year, and thc.net re- -' ," suits if properly kept. AVell, many aro ready to say: "Wo don't believe any breed will not $2.10 per year, nor lay from 10 to 20 dozen ' eggs." To this I wish to say that it is a - fact boyond all doubt, to all thoso acquainted with the several breedsand it r is from want of information on your part jl you dispute or fail to know it. ' "Well, you say: "I havo been raising poultry all my life, a choico lot of com--- t mon fowls, and I get four to seven dozen eggs per year." Very good. Another says: "Yes, that is about right. I havo tho finest fowls in this country, they aro crossed with so and so, nnd I get but w. s four to eight dozen from a single hen in ono year." Very good; but when you VWaco up tho crosses you will find that mey aro crosses oi u uuguiiunucu, unhealthy, unprofitable Variety, that has 1ifnn in tho Stato and been inbred and t njTiT AnAMind aeetttl ttirk nAtiot n .lina lirtnri WOW..M Kl 39. "VW UJUWl noonday t?1f4r weakened and changed, as thol.Vtt 1 .. vnnra mnminr) wicn 'fZT they havo thus been managed, whbh has destroyed tho vitality and purpose first designed, rendering them more subject to disease such as leg weakness, crop bound, roup, cholera, &c. Many think that the more crosses aro infused H into tho flock tho better the results, liiah. is a sad mistake. I claim that vc first cross of a standard to com- fix iwo sianuaru urectis, me egg VyWuction to some extent is destroyed, mi) gruwm ui iiiuiuwi rut.urui.-u- , uiu plumage and stately appearance destroyed. The first cross, as I said will make an excellent egg and market fowl, but not so good as tho orjgmal or pure bredj and after tho first cross no ono lias room nor feed to waste on them. If a mixed article bo good, tho genuine article must bo far better; and a person in this day and ago of the world is standing in his own light if ho fails to observe that a wooden mould-boar- d plow can't do tho work of tho Oliver Chilled, and nrguo tho mongrel stock in preference to the improved standard bred. Old things Bhall pass away, and all things become now. What wo want is to produce what will meet tho market demands at tho least cost and the best net results for us. Tho timo is upon us which demands what we do to bo well done; and what wo keep in the lino of stock and fowls needs to be of tho best strains. Some individuals, better known as "idlers," aro ready to arguo that the poultry business is an unprofitable one, and that it will soon be overdone. What do figures say about it? In January, 1882 eggs sold slow at 7J to 10 cents per dozen; old hens $1.75 to $2 per dozen; last January eggs brought 18 to 22 cents per dozen; old liens $4 to $4.23 per doz.; and tlio demand u ill continue to grow stronger as tho years roll by. Last year there wcro imported into the United States 1,082,503 dozen eggs. How about overproduction? Mr. I. K, Felch's net income is $5,000 each year from three standard varieties Does poultry pay? Tho variety you need is altogether a matter of tasto and purpose. When ono is able to tell mo what tiiey want fowls for, I can readily tell them which strain will suit them best; and this is a question that should bo thought of, and accurately decided upon, before ono makes a selection. Tlicro aro fowls for nothing (tho mongrels), fowls for beauty, fowls for town, fowls for tho farm, fowls for eggs, fowls for market, and fowls for the pit, Ac; all of which afford originals, sport, nnd giving ono tlio same identical fowl with different color of plumage to select, or by which to pleaso the eyo. Consult your own interest, as for what purpose you want poultry, peruse your poultry journals, study tho characteristics of the several breeds, or elso inquire of sorao woll posted poulterer, nnd select a variety, keep them bred up to tho standard, and you will always havo show birds somothing you will always bo proud of and a yearly dividend doublo that of B. A. Parks. common breeds. well-post- v 1 Thoroughbred's vs. Mongrels It Incased in Capsules for tho Easy Swallowing of News Always Fays to Keep the Purest Blood. Renders. Clifton Mills, Ky., March 28, 1892. Tlio varioty of fowls I need r P fti-i- r. f,w1-ttl- t n, JUarch winds bring colds, couglis, soro throat, hoarsened jjffld,. bronchial troubles. Your dealer guarantees Lightning Cough Drops to euro all theso ailments, and Jtov. J. B. Feather, Jollytown, Pa., says: "We have used Lightning Cough Drops in our family as occasion seemed to require, and found them good. I am satisfied that they will dn what is claim-a- d for them. Work has ceased on tho State Lino railroad. Judgo Joseph B. Kinkcnd, of Louis-villodead in his 70th venr. Tho fair grounds and tho track aro being greatly improved at Bardstown. child fell off a porch in A Newport and was seriously injured. Dose The vicinity of Fairview, Christian county, is excited over a grnvo robbery. Mcllrido & Webster, of Indianapolis, Bead all tho advertisements of spring Ind., havo bought the Crab Orchard medicines, nnd then take Ayer's Sarsap-arillSprings In this state, for which they paid $100,000. This famous pleasure resort Deputy Collector C. M. Randall, with will be changed into a mammoth sanitaa posso, captured another moonshine rium for tho treatment of inebriates with distillery near Pineville. of gold cure. the Kecly W. E. Carnehan, the man that owned loadwith a shot-gu- n "Kite" Redman, nearly tlio whole of Marion, Ky., is ed with buckshot, shot and instantly dead. He died Intestate. killed Meek Parker, his nephew, at Ca"Tho Lily of tho Valley" whoever tawba, a station on tlio Cincinnati Souththat is was arrested In Louisvillo for ern near Falmouth. Tho killing was being drunk, and fined $5.00. as Parker was after purely in Dennis McCarthy, the wife murderer, him with a htrgo clasp-kniftrying to was sentenced by Judgo Jackson to bo kill him, and had qui him into the house, hanged in Louisville. May 13, 1892. where ho got the gun. Redmnn immePhysicians, clergymen, and scientists, diately went to Falmouth and surrenunito In recommending Ayer's Cherry dered himself to the authorities. Tho Hon. Turner Wilson was arrested Pectoral as nn invaluablo remedy for throat and lung troubles. in Louisville on a charge of obtaining Mrs. Sam Horn was driving along a money under false pretenses. Theoffense road in Daviess county when tho wind was committed in Knoxville, Tenn., and and she it was by an order from the Chief of o blew her buggy of that city that tho arrest was made. was seriously injured. At n colored church "festibul," near Turner claims that it is a gambling debt Walton, Monk Henry, a negro desperado, that ho owes ono Author Wright, and was shot nnd killed by Charles Keenc, says that ho will pay it as a gentleman when ho gets tho money, if ho is let What is lacking is truth and confiwith whom ho had picked a quarrel. alone, but that ho cannot bo forced to dence. If thero were nhsoluto truth on The Prohibition editor, C.1 C. Moore, pay it, anil, furthermore, will prosecute the one hand and absolute confidence on was fined $100 and sent to jail for six tho parties for falso arrest. the other, it wouldn't bo necessary for months, at Paris. Ho still continues to Clabe Smith killed Teadoro Markhatn, tho makers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remfrom behind the bars. edit his paper in Estill county, by literally chopping edy to back up a plain statement of fact Mrs. Willis Hoffman, from Garrard him to pieces with an ax. They were at by a $500 guarantee. They say "If we county, got off a train at Walton, Boone were by themselves, can't cure you (make it personal, please,) county, and gave birth to a child in a work at a and there is no ono to tell the talo but of catarrh in tho head, in any form or carriage going from tho depot to a hotel. Smith. He claims that Markham snapped stage, we'll pay you $500 for your trouble The prcsenco of dandruff indicates a a pistol in his face while he was splitting in making the trial." "An advertising diseased scalp, and if not cured, blanchFunny, isn't it, how wood, nnd that ho struck him with tlio fake," you say. ing of tho liairand baldness will result. ax in some peoplo prefer sickness to health and then continued Hall's Hair Rcnewer will cure it. to strike until life was extinct. His when the remedy is positive and the county aro story is doubted, though The White Caps in Graves a cocked re- guarantee nbsolute. AViso men don't regulating things to suit themselves. volver was found by Markham's side, put monoy back of "fakes." Ar.d Four different persons havo been visited and the predictions are that Estill county "faking" doesn't pay. recently, and received doses of "hickory will soon have another hanging. Magical little granules those tiny, oil." All for Cleveland. Pellets of Dr. Pierce scarcesugar-coate- d A fair ground and race track is the Tho editor of The Times has recently ly larger than mustard seeds, yet powerprogressive scheme for Sparta, latest Owen county. As this is in n fine agri- returned from a swing through several ful to cure active yet mild in operation. cultural country it will probably be a States and Territories. In the process of Tlio best Liver Pill ever invented. Cure his progress, an especial aim was mado sick headache, dizziness, constipation. success. at a full and fair investigation of Demo- Ono a dose. Martin D. Hardin, the Center College cratic Presidential possibilities nnd probrepresentative, won the UNION STAR. oratorical contest at Georgetown. He is abilities. Starting out with somewhat is of a bias against Mr. Cleveland, but with a son of Gen. P. Wat Hardin, and Born, to the wife of J. P. Severs, a fino an unprejudiced determination to disabout 20 years old. boy. cover tlio real sentiment of Democracy Miss Mary Simpson, tho daughter of a Mrs. Mary Allen, of Preston, was in as to its next nominee, he returns home prominent farmer in Christian county, with the fixed conviction that nothing town last Friday. committed suicide by shooting herself Mrs. R. G. Ricketts, who has been sick except death or mental disablement can through the brain. No cause is assigned hinder Mr. Cleveland from being tho for somo time, is improving. for the rash act. next Democratic National standard-beareMr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins went to The young men of Hopkinsvillo havo just as he is, already, tho choice of Stephcnsport Sunday to visit relatives. organized a club which has for its object s of the Democracy. Tho Mr. C. M. McGlothlan has returned tho moral, social and intellectual elevapeoplo havo taken tho bit in their from Louisville. Ho went up to buy tion of its members and the promotion mouths, and they arc all for Cleveland. goods. of legitimate amusements. Rightly or wrongly, there is an impres Mr. Bud McAfee has gone to Butler of sion that Sir. Cleveland Hugh Mulholland, heft represent o Sounty to work lor tho Cincinnati Padticah, was found guilty of stealing nil that is sturdy, truo and stomlfimi Company. registered letters from tho mails. Tlio Democracy, and that 'the opposition to punishment Is confinement in tho peniMiss Lafio Parr nnd Miss Gertie Elder, him is composed, chiefly, of disgruntled tentiary from ono to five years. of Chcnault, were the guests of Mrs. J. politicians, disappointed s The Lexington Transcript is accusing ank machine workers. Mr. Cleveland O. Cunningham last week. members of the Council of having an in- is tho people's candidate. Tho politiArther Hay lies is flio new clerk in C. contracts that cians aro not for him. The schemers, M. McOlothlan & Co.'s store, and R. O. terest in tho street-pavinaro now being made in that city for pav- nnd the nnd the calculators Richardson is now with his father. are against him. But the great bulk of ing tho streets with vitrified brick. Mrs. Maggio Cashman,of New Albany, Riley Macklin, who killed George tho Democratic party is heart and soul accompanied by her two sons, Clarence Wushrodt at Bluo Lick Springs last July, his, nnd thoso who aro wiso will get in and Guier, is visiting relatives hero. was found guilty of manslaughter in the out of tlio deluge. Before tho vote of Mr. W. 11. Bandy, who has been sick Nicholas Circuit Court, and sentenced to New York is reached, Mr. Cleveland will with la grippe, was in town Tuesday, and be nominated, nnd, with or without tho syent twenty one yeais in the penitentiary. tho day with his daughter, Mrs. vote of Now York, he will bo triumphA Christian county man, who is noted O'Neill. antly elected. for getting into shooting scrapes, is fortiMr. Willie Gardner and Miss Ruth In tho light of recent events, the fying against future accidonts or danger Cunningham wero married Sunday. shirt made that writer was not for Cleveland. His per- They took tho City of Owensboro for by having a sheet-iro- n will bo impervious to pistol ball or dirk sonal pioference was a Western man for Louisville, accompanied by Mr. Sandy tho first placo on tho ticket, and a Now knife. Miss Dora Gardner. Yorker unidentified with the factional Hendry nnd Mrs. Molly O'Keefe, a patient who differces in his own Stato for tho second Tlio best medicine in tlio escaped from tho Anchorago Asylum on place. But the honest truth is that all market is Lightning Hot Drops. It is March 1st, was found in tho lako last Presidential slates will be smashed ex- positively guaranteed to do as recomrock tied in week with a thirty-pouncept that with the name of Grover Cleve- mended, or money refunded. Ask your her clothing. It was cither murder or land thereon. Tho great mass of Demodealers about it. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, suicide. cracy is wedded to him, nnd it will elect Lima, S. C, says: "Lightning Hot A Mrs. Sands and her two daughters him, or go down with him. Drops aro wonderful. Havo no equal gave birth to five children tho samo day Barring tho happenings incidental to I herewith encloso nn order for two gross in Caldwell county. Mrs. Sands and the all humanity, Mr. Cleveland is as surely Lightning Hot Drops." youngest daughter gave birth to twins the next Democratic Presidential nomiand tho other daughter to a single child. nee as tho sun rises and sets on the 21st Latest Spring Styles for Ladies, All tho babies aro girls. of June. Glasgow Times. "Costly thy habit as thy pursocan Dock Wathen, a colored man, was So advises buy; rich, not gaudy." Died. hauling a load of wood in Union county, Alvin Polk, littlo son of Scott nnd Shakspenre, and his words still furnish when ho ran over a stump and upset the wagon. Tlio wood, in its fall, caught Annie Bell, was born March 8, 18!U, died tlio bebt possible rule in matters of dress "Well-dressewomen" select such stylts him beneath it and pressed his facodown Februaiy 4, 1802. very sweet and amiable child, as combine neatness witii richness, and beHe wasa in the mud, where ho was suffocated and for a few short mouths was the sun- aro at tho samo timo in accordance with fore assistance readied him. tlio prevailing fashion. Tho styles St. Glazer, a peddler, sold a suit of shine of. tho household; but that littlo ray of sunshine has been extinguished adopted in tho Parision Fashion Journal, clothes to Charlie Alexander, a negro published by A. McDowell & Co., 4 W. living near Princeton. From some cause by tho death angel's wing, which has cast a dark shadow throughout this littlo 14th street, New York, aro always neat, Alexander becamo dissatisfied with the ricli and correct. It is because of this trado and went to Glazer's boarding homo. Tho littlo garments aro carefully laid fact that theso publications havo become house nnd demanded his money back. bo popular that they continue to mako This Glazer refused to givo up, when tho away, toys put aside, chair vacant, and O, how nil theso impress tho fnct of ono such rapid headway in tho favor of negro throw him on the floor, toro his American women. "La Modo do Paris" coat from his back and made off with it. leas on earth, one more in heaven! Mamma, wo know it is hard to givo up contains tho latest and best French Tho coat had $100 dollars in ono of tho your littlo darling; yet God only lent styles. "Album des Modes" gives tho packets', nnd n warrant is out for tlio negro's arrest, though ho has not yet been him to you for some wiso purposo wo Btyles which aro most popular in Paris. know not. and has taken him back ero Each is 85 conts per copy, or $11.50 per caught. his tender littlo soul could bo blighted year. Yearly subscribers to either of You can't feel well if tho blood is not by tho many sins of this world. these Journals aro entitled to a Premium right. Try Lightning Blood Elixir. It Book on "Dressmaking Simplified," valGod has not placed your is an herbal compound, nnd acts directly darling wherq you can never seo ued at $5, which book is not sold, but is on tho blood and glanular system. It him again; and if you could lift the veil given away as Iioro indicated. "La beats face powders for tho complexion. that intervenes between heaven and Modo" is sold for 15 cents a copy, or Mr. Thomas Gilliam, Morristown, O., earth, and seo your littlo nngel boy, not $1.50 per annum. Do not allow your says : "My daughter was delicate after tho first timo would you call him to you ; newsdealer to substitute any other jourhaving tho measles. Two bottles of you would cheerfully givo him up, ami nals for these, If necessary you can bo Lightning Blood Elixir improved her strivo tho harder to meet him in that supplied with them direct from tho houso health so much that she gained twelve beautiful heaven. in New York. A Fiukxii. pounds in two months. It beats tho Havo you horse and jack bill printed When in need of shirt call, on J. D, doctor's treatment." For salo by all . Bnbbngo, druggists. at this ofllcQ ld Ayer's Pills the best family medicine, purely vegetable, Every Effective a. e, e, Po-lic- ful what you say. As you aro placing yourself beforo tho public, you ought to havo stated thatyou, too, owo Aliens for their crop, which you bought off of Flint Island of us, run it Soath, nnd never paid us. Yes, I, too, think you aro Mnuk's friend suitnblo company for you as tho old saying is, "Birdfl of a feather all flock together." You havo no right to judgo of us until you fairly know. Tlio Scripture says: "Judgo ye not for fear yo bo judged." Should you not liko ufl, you know tho world is wido. When you commenco to slander friend or foe, don't speak of others, faults until you havo nono of your own. I'll toll you of a better plan nnd oho that works fully as well in speaking of a person's faults, pray don't forget your own; remembor thoso who havo had dartc homes should seldom throw u stono. If you havo nothing elso to do but meddle with other peoplo's business, 'tis better you look nt home, and from that point begin. I think you had better let tho faults of others go, and only look upon yourself, of the crimes you havo dono nnd disgraco you havo brought on others, and suppoit your son of tho girl you ruined. Tako tho Bible, search its pages, nnd you will seo how black your heart is ; learn the Lord's Prayer and tho. Ten Commandments, nnd each day read a chapter. You will soon find out that unless you reform Satan will accompany you to your last resting place. Read the 37th verso of tho vi. chapter of St. Luke "Tlio Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want." Mr. Editor, I respectfully ask that you givo this a placo in the next issue of your paper, and feel confident that you will do, 60 as an honorable journalist. Mns. Letitia E. Au.n.v. April C, 1892. Bankrupt . ErtT.IONTC4.ttI 2'Wl hire- - at I'reil Ailliur (p) 15. NuUvnod edit. win"! i 'i, Mkiiig iil-i- , mil 8,1 ii.Iii-- li 1:W, ST mm hve I'I7 :tO Jjuvhlrm In have ST In 'iMd; 1 i . AKrti.fcT.AK 18,3:lir llamhlttonlanlO ?lia nl (lokMmllh Maid .':14 (dam of blran. ger sir of 8 In and five others In f 2:30; riltuont, s4 iifltln 2!M and 424 descendants Iu2;80; Htlffiont.slreif Mill 2.M and 41$ descendants In 2:80! all thujifs ceiwid-ere- d, the g(cMt ton of Ilumbletpnlan. 10. 1:) -- You will find everything you want to eat: STORE o a . KINO E?YV 1073. rcoiHjjnji 2:l''tl, Cutler lllHi,' Kle ef I'tia-iiirwr from I X Prince Kdwuril .'".'''. to 'J!!!0; klre nl the dunis uf Adtance King KiimcII 'i:.1l, and of the lie t.f Utile Archer (4 j 1:15, and 4 mure than '2:'M. 41ft. In .': tolal 'I ht lEie'lc'l iv uf AbililUh 1,1, who, I I tilings cuiinltliTrd, vraS the grcatut son ol lUmblclunlun 10. 'S; BKLLI, by Mambrtno Chief It Dam ol llelroont. 41o dracrndatits In J: SO: Mc urdr't llambleioiiim 2;j6M, aire of 13 In 2:80 aatvacut. sire uf 1'iosncr Merinue 2:24; erandam of Mayenne, dam of Crescendo 2:14U; 1'anoiast 2:2IW aire of I'a. iron 2:144, l'rodigal 2;17H ! I'alioniige, aire of Alix (Sj tlKWi best on record except Bunol. KttBJllHO BT.A1IDIKA In the SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, . RAISINS, ETC. In fact everything in the Darn of Svrlirtrt, !r of Moody 2:lsU, and 80 more fn lint';- - Abdallah l'llot, lira of I'lcard 3:18U and of Metienacr Chief with llfn the lut: King Ktne.tire of IS; Solicitor, tire of 3; ltedwood 7, with I; Kienia, with 2. CHIEF 11 Sire of I.ady.lhorn 2:1SU, and elunt more titij also the tire ol tho dams of Director 2:17, ricdmuBt'Jlim, ami 17 nwrejri 2:30 or better. BOROH MAKB.br Taker's nrewn'riiet.f Dam of itoallnd2:2lA, Inald2:27. and ot lllandina, dam of King Men and iwlftrt and 4 other aires ol 2:Su and better, trotters. z UJ -- f DI0TATO 11 1 Brother to Dealer 2:17U, and lire of J.y.Kje-Se- e 2:10, Thallai1 2:134, Minnie lateell (p) J :10U. Director 2:17, Delineator (n) 2:18, SO others in 2:30; and dumi of Nancy Hanks 2:09, Lockneart 2:1441, Northwest 2:174, Urown (4) 2:l84i, Keller 'Ihomaa SM'JU,, and IS others in 2:S0. Dictator Is also grand sire of Direct (p) 2:0(5, Margaret S. It) ?:mi, Guide 2:1IU, Evangeline(3)2:19; Daphne 2:19, and 80 others in 2:50. Grocery&Confectlonery Lii c) CJKITi full lirnlltcis and altttra to Jipluid r All mid t J'rarl'ngi and 3. nt from tl.OOIHn each yor-olil- s I wo or more are certain Iok" In the list thii lea ton. Cordova trotted latt tear In 2:3 t. I J a. -, IIAMBLETOKIAIT 18 Sire of Dealer 2:iitf. Nellie z is, urangc Girl 2:20, 38 others, and grand aire of bunol 2:084, Matid S. 2:0RM, Palo Alto 2:004. 2:10, ami Nancy Hanks 2:0, lay-lje-over 1000 others la 2:30. - . 3 SD j I CLARA () Thankful for past favors, Respectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in waiting upon you. I) urn cl . . ..-...- -. vim oi lsietaior (tire as noico'. uextcr 2:17U Alma 2:234, Astoria 7'MVl, Aida dam of Aida de (fare 2:2Ctt; Clara la also of Reina VktoHa. dam of Frlnce-o- n 2:194, and 8 others in 2:30. ....'. ' J. H. Moorman, Manager. : MI88 BUTlEfc. Dam of Maud Duller 2:Z8to, and she la the dam of l'hallamont, sire of 0 under 2:30. DtTVALI.'a MAMBRIKO Sire of the dams of D. Monroe 2:21, Miss Duroc 2:29Vi, Lulu StfiVi. Maud llittler, trial 2:t3V), and grandslreof Motile Mc.lno-ycT.ol- d trial 2:3d! Decoy, trial 2:31 and quarter at a gait of 2:08, GenI'5Furni$Kin5 Go'oJ.5; .. THE DAM OF BROWK CHIEF.. and ot the dams of Sire of Maggie K.2.-29U-, LsJr Majolica 2:23, Altamnnt 2:2C4, and grandson of Flossie G 2I8U Geaevla 9 1:194, BttleJons2:2SVi, etc, etc. ' SPEND OR will be for service at tlio Basin Spring Farm until July 1st, when ho goes into training. $25.00. Payablo as follows maro is known to bo in foal. : $10.00 cash nt timo of service TRR.MS j : $15.00 is insurance moncty,t,iaynblo . tho balance wbej PASTURE Excellent Pasture can bo had for mares from n distance at reasonable figures. For further particulars address NEVITT & BLAND, P. O. Irvington.'Ky. ' W. W. WILLIAMS. magnificent combination fur the peoplo. A popular line of the latest spring attraction. An unlimited variety In every department of tho store. Tbc determination and ability to make the best prices. Quality ns you liko them, Styles and fushlon the latest. Assortment completo and alright prices. A umnrnu up mm s " FURNISHED BY MANY NEW LINES Len. G. Herndon & Cp.J Genera Produce and Commission-Merchantand General Storage. ! still-hous- e, We havo added many now and attractive lines to our large stock of GentleH. W. HERNDON, Manager. men's Furnishing Goods. Particular atRollable and prompt. Cash wltb every ac-tention is directed to our beautiful lino of count sale. Cousignmentt solicited. s DHURY'SBREEDIHGSTOCK. White Shirts, Tecks, Bows and for Spring nnd Summer. The LOUISVILLE. KY., April 5, 14BJ. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, In offering to the publlo the service' of the largest line of Outing Shirts in tho city. wo not with shipper's name and o address. ' . Our 75 cent shirt in this lino is n daisy. following breeding stock,to be do good hesitate Dont fall to see our splendid stock and take as to say tl nt wo believe it at can BUTTER, EQG3, POULTRY, ETC.' fades or draws up, is full size, be found In the state. Not only It neither d on the advantage of the Inducements offered in Poultry. Chlokens scarce this week and the tlite of their tires, but equally us well and well made. prices firmer. Turkeys In fair domantt 'and through their dama ; a very Important thing D. BABBAGE, JNO. mostly wanted alive and small slie. in a breeder, Dried Fruits, Extra fino weavo Bedford cord worth 75o. at Market very dull ouapples ' E. C. BABBAGE, 49c. (tn all the newest shades ) and peaches. Cloverport, Ky. Manager. 8 pes. of hair line fades worth 40c. for 24c. Beans. Demand active at advance", Was sired and foalded at Lexington, Ky. 20 Kggs. Receipt heavy, market weak pes of imported dress patterns, no two Four-in-handpost-offlcwell-bre- Bourbon Denmark Pedigree. inter-collegia- alike This high stylo Kentucky saddle stallion will worth 90o for 05o. mako the season of 1892 at my place ono mile 15 pes now stylo Debege assorted colors for lOo east of llewlsyvlllo on the Louisville road. Amnion broad cloth "nil shades lowest prices. Dig lino of Thermedor suiting eicluilvo patterns. Bourbon was sired by Fayette Tarccstown plaids and plain, Denmark We make a specialty In black dress goods, Denmark, ho by Ned Onlno's Denmark : ho Imported and domestic Henriettas and cashby race borso, Diomede, be by Imported 2d. meres, etc If you will call and seo our now 1st. Dam by Ball Stocking. goods yon will not be able to resist the tempDam by Dary Crockett. 3d. Dam by Roan-oa4th. Dam by Bertrand. 5th. Dam by tation to take somo of them home. Highlander. lied-gefor- d. lower. and BUTTER. Choice, country Medium Common Creamery :...T..K Irfa-I- .......,,"..,. m..,,.1.,. I6v 18 ' EQQS. " 12 Qs 22' Si " ll Fresh Old Hen Roosters POULTRY. , ' ,'n You wjll nntlco from this renowned Biro's breeding that he is backed up by the strongest families of Denmarks on tho sire's side elear On his dam's side, back to thoroughbreds.. ha has some of the bo-- t crnsset of saddle families to be had, strongly backed up by thorough brods, both on sire and dam's side. Tho Note. r, tlmplt ppUfltUen T three-fourth- mmi mtivz WAYNE'S OINTMENTi I Xt' j! JCVHML Description. Bourbon uoop-Serag- boh. to .Uirior ' Sfi Iftlkln elatr wh1fanr1fcaDYtJ Roll W drurtUu. or lent br mill farMtu. iVAArum ft som, rbtudtipbift, r au jwur druuin for lb Bwaymi ' bfcndi. without koj Intend MUfuicin. aril ui Ur.tcMmfc.itch. tllv 7raDtiOBi oa thi fia. oflice-seekcr- Sellers' Liver Pills. Act Directly on tlicUvcr. Cents SicKlIriDAcnE, TIOK, RlKUVATISX, PILES, PALTITATtOll g Culls and Fxtir, Drirrrai, wire-worker- s, Bilious Colic, Cokstita- - oPTnElIiiHT.Dizzrarss, TonriD Ijykb, Coated Tosaun, BLirrLWSNisj, and ah. Diseases or TnsLirtn and Stomach: If yon do cot "eel ycrj well," a single pill at bed-tim- e stimulates tba stomach, restores tho appetite, Imparts vigor to the system. The enre all diseases liko magic. Oct tho right kind. SELLERS' UVElt TILU3. Bold by drncclsts. Bend for circular. BELTJSHfl MEDICINE CO.,PitUbureh.ra. Denmark Is a botutlful bay 1C bands high and bis as much natural style as any stallion in the state, and Is as fino a breeder as can be found. Ifo breeds his colts with style and finish, ftnlid colors nnd plenty of size. Breeds very strongly after himself, eight qut of every ten going tho gaits by the Our Clothing Depntment Is immense, mother's side lie transmits bis saddle qualities very readily, becuuso his gaits are all 5,000 suits to select from, every shade and natural and not ncqul cd. Mo goes all the gaits easily, but especially to be admired is cut can be had. Fancy stripe woven men's suits run 31 to 40 his running walk. worth $5.00 going for $t.48. All shades, cuts and sites men's suits sold for $7.00 going $1.93. Canary Bird U on Inbred Black Varrlor, Men's all wool Scotch suits sold for $10.00 at 14 high, black with mealy bands points, will be four years old 27th of May next Men's black ground pie stripe sold for $15,00 at $10.00. Is of fine carriage and splendid action, with heavy bone. Will serve a lliuitod number ol A groat reduction In Mon's and Boys' black Cheviot suits. marcs. Wood, Tobacco and Cinnamon browns, all cuts rock bottom prices. A beautiful line of Imported serges, taylor made, very choap. We havo a bomtllul line of band-mad- e la-- , dies low shoes, latest spring styles, also a full lino of hand turned shoes. Our shoe depart' meut Is larger this season than over. We can bleace oreryone in style, quality and price We have n beautiful line of men's custom mado lluell shoes. Latest styles In men's low shoes. We can sell you boy's fine front lace or Congress shoes worth $1,50 for 78c. Men's KangDrooealf was sold for $3 50 now going for $2 41) Old Kentucky flats sold every placo for $2 00 our price $1.35. Me have a hundred different styles and can make anyone smile at the unreason lo low prices. Medium Springers Lare Springers..' , .r....3 50 to S Ys .,2 50 to 3 00 300 to 3 50" ,300 to 4 00 400 to 6 00 2 75 to 8 50 r. .....9 OCtfflO ft( Small Springers..; Young Ducks lilve Turkeys Ureesed turkeys Drested Hens Live Qeose (feathered) , Live Uoese (plucked) FEATHERS. Prime, white goese Mixed Old Mo. 1. duck Racoon Mink i Opossum Q ray Fox Red Fox uiacK skuiik, Wild Cat Musk Rat , r. , ' 3 00 till '3 Si to 11 00 4 00 14 451 2 75 to ,8 5i , ,. ' .',.. 44 I 25 ( J5 15 H FURS , ...."..... ,..., ,.., i SOlo. JOto 5 to 0 7ft 70 to r, 25 80 1 00 , f j)0 to ,r.. Short Striped Skunk ., 60 to Black Striped and White Skunk... lU , 100'tol25.' 25 tq 60 15 SO"' JACK. uiier.caseu TlAtiaFAsfe laifeMA " "IS" Deer Skins per lb Oreen, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, goyd , t io to 35 3 bdUtoCUOJ & 00 too 00 20 to . 130 4 , ' HIDES. A" 4fc. 8 -- TERMS. Sheepskins d ,..,.,. WOOL. '8tSll 25 6 W 80, " Bourbon Denmark Is $12.00 To Insure a living colt, payable when colt foaled. If mare should be sold or traded off, tho money will be due at time of sale or parting therefrom SPRING OVERCOATS. Are going cheaper this season than evor beforo. Our $15 00 Garments we are selling for $10.00. 12,60 ' " " 9,24, " " " ' " " 10.00 7.49. Come In und eximlne our stock, we guaranwe can savo you money- tee We will piy 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 cur beautiful and tmtnease stock of srrlng goods. livery department fnll. Orease, fine Orease, coarse t Merino Burry and Cots Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb , ,,....., , -. . 31 .. 22 . h 32. 33 18 38 12 (di 15 17 12 DRIED APPLES. Advertisers If you wisb " and necl Instruction, sen J one dollar for our "llook for Advertisers." A little study of that book will enable you to (lecldo what you ought to do, and givo an idea ot the probable cost. Canary Bird - - $10.00 all-rou- to advertise To Insure a live ojlt, payable whoa colt Is foalded. If mare should be sold or traded off, the money will be duo at tho time of sale or parting therefrom, .No responsibility far accidents or escapes. Mares kept on easy termi, ,...t 3j to 3 2J 2 if to,' $14 to Fancy ' , ; popped ,.',. -, Peelings ' in sacks "JMo 3 3Ji ii to 3J4 to 4 5W Stf .'. 1. to d Ohas. H Drury. If you instruct u? , GEO. YEAKEL&CO. jamW Ik. BRANDENBURG, KY. to placo a certain nmonnt of advertising for you In tho way we think will do you tho most Rood, you should tend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and mako suitable arrangements for payment. Your order will then reecho ull the attention that it requires. If you wisb arj advertteerrjerjt prepared and n plan of advertising marked ont ; to bo told what papers you should use, and what the cost will be, wo will furnish tho advertisement and the plan either or both, and submit them for your consideration, together with our bill for tho service sfPVTI ijffiMH CAVEATS. TRADE Wlia,KOt nesiON patbnts COPYRIGHTS, to. Inf nrmntlAn Mnrt fAA TTltndhOok Write tO MUNN & C0.. 861 BUOADWAT, NIW .YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Kvery patent taien out by ns Is brought before the publlo by a notice given free of charge In tho IPni Sclontlflo American Agency for Halves, per lb 2 , ., Quarters per lb.. 1' 'to" IK i ,, ,..,,.. B 'to 8 V .5 Peeled, per lb,., rears per lb , 3 to 14i , Blackberries per lb ,3 to .ty HAY. GRAIN. FEUD. We quote price? on 'Louisville "clty y PEACHES. .i ( to lt ' - , nuuu , Strictly choice., Choico No, 2 flood Medium,.,,,. flood Bright Straw Choice whit Choice shelled HAY. , ..,,,. CORN. ". , 12 00 10 50 10 00 SOU eii'u' (SlleH) (2 1 SOS; . , ,42 4$ d No, 2 oats..-- . oats. , , Seed oats No. 2 ,.i....'..i ,,.., 44 ", V .; ,r,v.J. 40. '" u :'."! WHEAT. Long Berry wheat MISCELLANEOUS. , ; mi For preparing advertiserrjentef electrotypes and estimates tho ad' vcrtlsor pays us. For tho expense-oplacing advertisements and watching the fulfillment of contracts wo are paid by a commission allowed by tho publisher of tho paper in which the advertisement appeurs. all tho ins and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, read VniNTEns' ink regularly, carefully, studiously ; Issued weekly, &! a year. If von wish a comnleto catalocmo of all newspapers, scud IS for tho American Newspaper Directory. For any further information addresa W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENTEN BEST SHOE THE IN THE WDIU.D WHY IS THE Largest circulation of any sotentlfle paper In the world. rJplendldlr Illustrated. No mtelllftcst man tnouia do wimout it. weexir. "J " months. AddreMftlUwN jear 1U0 six361 Broadway. Sew Torfc. & CO, VimUBUXiiS. Usaaursv livvsnis ftsaaiiit finrrrhnm nnr frallnn Tallow, perbbl If you wr;t to lean? or GEO. P. ROWELL Newspaper Advertising 6- - pro-cio- C., Bureau, 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. NOTICE. FRUI1 GROWERS Mako your orders by the 1st of October and ne will furnish you say kind of It Is a seamless shoe, with no taelct or wax thread to hurt the fecti made ot tho licst lino calf, ttyllth and easy, and lecautt v:e mala mora aioes of thlt grade than any other manufacturer, Itequals band tened tlioes costing from $1.00 to $3.00. tho finest calf OO Ocuiiliio lland-aowo- d, tboe ever offered t or $3 out equals VreucU Imported shoes which cost from 4.ttl to $U.ot). HIiop, ffi1 OO llnniNHrwcil .Weltdurable. fine calf, stylish, comfortable and The best shoe ever offered at this price i tame grade aa custom made shoes costing from tfl.OJ to smuu. Railroad Hen CO 30 Vollco Hlioot Farmers, thtni; finocalf, anil Letturt'orrteraall wear Pa e. seamless, smooth Inside, heaTjr three soles, One pair will wear a year. no shoo SSO 9U fine) enlfjono betterwill ever offered at Vstaa this price t convluoe those trial who want n shoe for comfort and service. IS3 and 8'l.Oti WorklHBmaji'a shoos very strong uia uurabia. tbom who are have given them a trial will wear no otbar nuke. 9'1-Qand. SI. 7.1 school siioM sm worn by the buys every whare; Utay mm UJ on tbeTr merits, the iDoreajlog s!m scow. IlntiiUiMtHred ishoo. bac ngola, vervBty(lhiquUFrooft SKMJH stud S.1,75 shoe for mdlea'.U.JSO.flue Dongola. stylish ore tho beat and durabU. name tnai autlsn. see oa iue tv. i ixmgiM- - aaoe. auu uusumh uc suMia Me stamped MS-TSUBBTITUTI NO. FOR THE MONElfP GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for CE (I9i '' Reapers and Mowers,Grain Drills, FertlllMr, Cemttnt, BAti Plaster, Rait, Lime. Crml Oil by the Barrel, Plaeter Hair, Homo Grown per barrel,,,,,..,,,,,,., 1 From etore 2o to. its per pa ajjfaers JtHANS. - Michigan, band pleied (....' t - t lttirai.',.tfmt Cow mo asrd eolo4,:.,., Mica Flat and nlxaal,,.,., ...'..-- i tr FOTATOf Choice Mtrii. bulk per bo,..,,, ,,,... Choice Northern Ind. Poor to raed. Mleh. " .(.... r ' Nor, lad' " ..w, ,' ar m mt.. i "' ...,,.. tO Pine& Poplar Shinglei Brick, Plow Handles, Pint Flooring wave kept on band, Order M- coropatMftd by prompt Jt dlbvl. ojoom, Neribern 1 ...... 1.1.1 .... ""fa's"' "" " 11 r" tiaMB ISAM.. ii ,; ,', ,... .' al- - Dnvcl D 9 Ladies eh Pw.erats from store OKLIRT, Paaey wblte plain, per dos,,.. Oboiee Uboiee flrsaa , CABBAai. VJ r ' 8KSVBEII 40, , ZACK. GREEN, FOR 8AIK BY Manager Ifsrdiniliurg Nurwy.. BOWMER Ml HAMBLETON HARDINSBUKQ ,KY ttvMtiiaffiX&'msrmm CLOVERPORT' KY. yane'Bea Davis and Robisvl n M0TICK. " Obetoe i,', I bag to annoaaaa to Ibe'pabll that I asji Fauey Wine Saps appelated Bole Agaot for Bestvi 4 Bawhta,! .....,,..,nt.rl famotis Rrstak of Band Matte Boar If tab Ban. FMy esiBMl)g.. boa Whisky, T UHebtoiw, Ky., whUh t "Jajaasaj M'Jtuat uaraAlcod to be pure. APPLKH. ' .,. ....., ., Vf.LWAYlV, $&. f 4- " ? JhWws.,V.V.'.3V iirerwr (ssmmj. ' tMt