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THE BEBT ADVERTISING J. Mcillum In Ilrcckcnrldge and Meade coun-tlc- i. y We have reference to the NBWS of course. BRKCK-KNHID- ZZZ' VOL. VI. NO. 39. , ' li ' v w rlv" YOU i I iwwM .tfWhl'l,Il",u'U', Mwt&ibi'ifli IP ' BUY ir A PRISNER jrif j !T' r Sd9JT: VOfRCD'R' CALHOUN' DV AMCRIOAN OOPYRIOHT PRt 88 ASSOCIATION 1801. (NONE SUCH! we H CHAPTER X. An: FORCED II j. l.. 1 FOlt YOUK -- INTO THE CONFEDERATE SKItVICE. I,. I 'I If - SDAILY BREADS WE QUARANTINE im. ci w& m 1MIBM. RTJwr ) . IN.7 '. r .1' IT Br A rrd ENTIRE SATISFACTION, UP THAU, YOU; approach cs'nUarcr that granBell and I lmd been in the swamps, ular perfection which has niado woods mid mountains for Spring wheat flour famous tho days, but itinuuiiity from recaptme did vigilance; indeed, as wo not abate world over than any other hrand ncarcd our our lines and ciumt within own inuXactured in this section. That sound of tlio Union guns wo became 'TsHwcrdict of those who have more rnreful and eager than we were oven ou that stormy night in June when tricdttioth, If you want the best wo eluded the guards lit Milieu. Thh It "HOLD THAT'S MY DOOl" thiity-soven my n to S4n F jW1 Boy-i, "Wholesalo t AND to Tito ft retail prices and and orders for it promptly Quoted, or anything in our line filled the same day repeived IrvijT,QtorL MILLING IRVI NGTON, KY. ( K Gompana, p in ii iiw.ioe) R. i JlSliiSS Louisville, St Louis & Texas ft, Co. , k 3STO. I TIME TalcSCHEDULE ii a Kffnct 5:00 o'clek A, X, Wednezday July 29, '31 Eatt bound 7Wiiti IS. Wtit Bound Train) 63 Ma" Kipr's Kxpr't Dally 6 25pm A STATIONS tSMt Kxpr's Dally J )) Kxpr'. Dally Dally 6 40 7 20 724 7 47 767 807 811 817 8 27 8 37 8 47 0 05pn 74l5im Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 850 Kentucky St. 12 41 8 DO 8 0S West Point MU5 841 12 02im 8 02 'Howard 845 Kock Haven 1145im 7 47 900 9 0S 917 9 21 92(3 ' I.ongHranch HSi llrandcnburjf 11 2" Meade Springs 1125 Kkron 1119 1111 ' 7 40 t7 31 7 27 934 9 41 865 905 911 9 21 925 946 961 1001 1010 1018 1024 1028 1034 1060 1102 1131 12 962 10 UO 10 10 9 30 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 1152-- m Guttnn 1102 Irvlngton 10 6J Webster 1045 I.odlbure 1035 Pierce Simple - 10 SO Stephensport 102) 1018 Addison 1015 Holt 1001 Cloverport 967 Shout 9 41 Skilhnan 933 Hawesville 920 l'etrle 920 Falcon 915 Cayce I.ewfiport 909 723 715 665 6 48 6 40 villi U07pm 1216 1227 1230 1240 l'owtrs Pates 861 )37 8 27 631 626 618 613 610 667 563 6 40 630 522 615 611 605 448 4 35 4 25 1123 1140 1155 05pm 1220am 104 Oasketts 111 123pm ar.Henders'n Iv Mattlngly Stanley Worthlnuton Spottsvflle Owensboro 815 8 0S 7 55 7 37 7 29 7 15 im 413 4 365 337 0. 3 29 315pm 11.11. Louisvi'le.Hardlnsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. RAKING West Daily No, 5 I Bound" ex Sun. ' 29, 1801. East Bound Trains Trains ' Dally Daily Dail) STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex bun. No. 2 No. 6 No. 1 11 30am I.v Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 8 35 Garfield 12 lOpni 816 12 25 Harned 7 60 Ilardintbure Hi Kirk 715 118 Jolly 7 05 130 6 41 Glendeane 143 031 Dempster 165 2 15pm ar Kullsltouirh Iv 6 14am 654 Ilockvale 260 6."J 3 02 Huth 6 21 311 Atkins 600 Oaks I EFFECT JULY anxiety was absolutely painful. Wo felt liko men must when, bsing tried for a capital offense, they await the return of the jury. Again and again my companion and myself h id sworn to each other that wo should never bo taken alive. This decision was now constantly with us, and more than ever'we felt liko men who might bo nearing the valley of tho shadow of death. After parting with tho alarmed cadets who professed to luw'e heen tho Yankees near by, wo lmnied on iu the ditection, bo far as wo could ghets it, of tho artillery firing to tlw iouth. But the sound of the guns died nut is night approached. Wo know that thete were not enough troops on either side in that region to fight u lieAvy battle, and so wo infcried, and as it turned out lightly, that the fight wai between tho Coufederato horat guards nad cavalry raiders from Sherman's army, then extending along ths railroad from Dal ton to Atlanta. We decided after u long discussion to remain in tho woods that night, for tli3 artillery told that both sides woro near by in some force, and that there was a greater risk of running into thu enemy in tho darkness than of finding our friends. Wo found u secluded place on tho jungle covered banks of n little stream that flowed into tho Etowah, and there, after fluishiii'; the last of the food wo brought from tho Sleigh settlement, wo lay down and were soon asleep. We were very weary, and so daylight found us still lying in tho bushes, whero wo might have remained for some hours more had wo not been startled into wakefulness by the barking of a dog. Wo sprang to our feet at once, to discover that it was wo who hud attracted tho animal's attention. "Cuss tho cc- -; he looks like it bloodhoundl" hissed Bell, ns ho raised his carbiue and would liavo fired had not a man whom we had not noticed called out in an angry voice: "Hold up thur, yon; that's my dogl" "Waul, I don't keer whoo dog he is, I ain't n gwino to bo bit," responde 1 Bell. "But ho ain't bit yon, hez her "No. but ho looks ez ef ho wa,s sot that ,way, and I'd a heup sight rather shoot tho dog than be ids meat," said Bell. With many oaths and the free uso of stones "darnicks," tho natives call them tho man drove the dog back and then came to view himself. He was bearded like n, pirate, his hairlooked us if it had not been cut "since befo' de wah," and ho was tall even for u mountaineer. A Klpuched hat, a cotton shirt and u pair of butternut trousers, the bottoms inserted iu tho tops of a pair of verp muddy boots, constituted this gentleman's costume. But there were two pistols and u kuifo iu the wide belt buckled about his waist, in addition to which ho carried a Spencer curbino, which must recentlvhave been tho property of a Yankee, for I know that theso arms had been issued to our cavalry less than a year before. "Ara you u soldier, my friend?" asked Bell, us wo left the bushes and stood facing this decidedly formidable looking man. "Waal, not edzuckly ut this time," eald tho mun, and his black eyes surveyed us soinuwhut contemptuously, I thought. "But," ho added, "I reckon 1 know enough about fightln to bo ablo to keer fo' myself ef m bo I was druv to hit." Bell assured him that this was eminently proper, but that neither he nor mybelf was "a hunkeriu fo' a fight." "Wo una hez had all tho fight needed, yet if wo una' had to shoot again at n. feller mortal ho wouldn't mako nothin by hit, I reckon." It remuins a wonder to rao up to this day that Bell did not involvo us in n fight with every mountaineer wo mot, for he resented any upprpach to jndig-nit- y in a most combutivo spirit. Tho stranger actually laughed at Bell's speech, then cumo nearer, and after shaking hands with him told us that his namo was Bonton, that ho caino from "No'th Cttlinay," and that ever sinrtj he left thekurmy he did not say when pr whyi.he Weft ho had been "rumugin tho criolw of Lumpkin county tvtryin to pick up a llttlo gold.'' In return for this confidence Bell gave him bis own name, introduced mo, and thou told the old story about oar being soldiers and on our way into the Blue Ridge in western North Carolina. Mr. Beuton tpld us that we were very lucky net to have beu five roilaj west the previqu day, for Garrard's Yankee oavalry lutd been raiding the country, but that they had gone bck"'.rter folks like ll" The miner invited lie to brekfiwt, saying that hi Vtwe vya ploje by: He led m up the h-- - I S) OOpinlArKorituville 4 v 4 45am IE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Alii LIKE. ' (L. K. A ST. L. n. II.) ... HORtlST, QUICKEST 4, t AD . .. ... ..... MI .lilflBXU liouii, Evansville .South-Wes- t. Weit and Tii4-Cri U Efoet tat, p.m...4:2i p.m. K. TrinK Stl8..Bi,..9U 1,40 "...7,49 rftTfcia jhiivMkm (afomaMoa, Mil m or addre, fcAIAMUEU. JltHK. Aft, I. . Kvan.vll'e, InJ . . i RAtlf BCLL, . J- - UvUrilit, Ky anil must oTioy fliem, "and In udHltion to f"3 ' that tho Confederacy needed every man at this time. Hood had just been beaten c . JV by Sherman beforo Atlanta nnd it was .&& tho duty of overy good southern man in Georgia to hasten to tho defenso of the ' W beleagured army. XH NS i ey And so Bell and raj self, who had vowed to dio rather than bo recaptured, wero ' S- X 's again prisoners, nnd to add to tho horror & of tho situation- - we wefo about to bo marched nway to fight against our own z J people, for it would havo been fatal to us if wo had told thtf truth. There wero no preparations to mako. 4T ? 6' Benton was permitted to conceal his & X. mining tools in tho hut; thenunaimed, J? cP nnd with tho guard before and behind J us, wo were marched down the can) on nnd along tho stream to tho Etowali river, wheie wo found a camp in which there wero about 200 soldiers and as many more sullen mountaineers, who' had been gathered in by the searchers. My companion and myself reasoned that tho very best thing wo could do was to seem to fall in with the spirit and design of our captors. Tho captuin in charge of tho camp was a young man named Reee, and after telling him our story I Btiid that, much ns we had suffered and eager though Bell and myself wero to go home, wo would cheerfully go with him to Hood's army provided he treated us like men and not liko prisoners. He declared that this wus his Is tho cheapest and most accommodating plnco to trade purpose, and that he was willing to show his faith in us by letting us rido the fol in lowing morning. Theso Confederates belonged to Wheel er s command undweio not authorized to collect the tux in kind, jet thoy had collected several hundred head of cattle nnd about eighty horses for the of Thoy have one of tho most complete stock of goods on tho tho army. As they gave receipts for all all.1' , the property taken, their conduct did that's L., II. &, W. Railroad. Remember they aro at Wo assured Mr. Benton that wo in- not perhaps violate the lules of war, but tended never to fight against the Yanks it served to intensify tho hate of tho if wo could once get out of the control despoiled mountaineers. KY. of tho Confederacy. Hosuggosted that Tho Confederates were in good spirits, we join forces with him and seaich for though I noticed that, from tho officers gold till tlw war was over, but Bell's down, nil wero outspoken in their defictitious wifo and child and my mother nunciation cf Jeff Davis for retiring They also havo a fine wero urged as reasons why we must bo Johnston in favor of Hood. They were moving. Cur host assured us that the hills wero firmly convinced that Sherman had full of Confederate trujpi, "sich as thoy played his last trump, that his army was." and that tho chances wero thoy was iu a trap across tho Chattahoochee, and that he would wako up some fine rroukf hung mound till suro that thi morning and find himself bagged. And latest styles in ladies Yanks wero not coming buck. Ho In that camp I heard for tho first timo us that if theso Confederates got tho whole of the then popular songs, sight of us they would Mirely force us "Tho Bonnie Blue Flag" nnd "Tho South:-- : H into tho army and send us to join Hood, ern Wngon." Our own war songs at even though our clothes wero lined with that time wero not lyrical gems, but as furloughs. Ho prevailed on us to remain compared with tho southern songs, "My with him till tho following day, which Maryland" excepted, they wero models wo did, and by way of compensating of spirited verso, and then they wero him for his kindness wo helped him fitted to tunes of their own, which canwork his claim near the month of the not bo said of any of tho southern songs, little canyon. not even "Dixie" or "My Maryland." After supper that night, a& wo sat The troops were as light hearted as if the cabin, the they had never kuown defeat, and alabout the iiro in front of is here. So is our stock of dog began u vigorous barking, and Ben- though tho pay of enlisted men was only ton seized l.!s rifle and sprang out of tho thirteen dollars a month all seemed to light, an example wo were not slow to have an abundanco of graybacks, and follow, After a few minutes a shrill they risked their money at poker in n whistle camo down from tho cliffs di- way I never saw surpassed. Tho men rectly overhead, which Benton an- who had been gathered up were kept swered iu a liko way. Then the man under a closo guard all night, but they Como and examine our goods for yourself. Wo have tho largest shouted: wero not neglected in the distribution of "Hen. hit's me." next morning more troops lot of rations. The "Tom Billings?" from Beuton. camo in with more prisoners nnd more "Yes." cattle, in addition to n number of wag"What in h 'h tho trouble?" ons. I'll tell you uns." "Hold uj), and After breakfast Captain Reese sent for Tho man cumo down tho rocks, by Bell and myself, und told us that ho had which time we hud returned to tho firo been watching us sinco our arrival nnd . and the hound hud stopped his baying. was convinced we were brave men and Tho now arrival was a young man good soldiers. For this we seemed duly dtcssed mid armed liko our host, and his grateful nnd Bhowed a desiro to merit in tho city. Wc oflcr you bargains in both manner told that he was laboring under his continued regard. The captain great excitement. Ho came to report informed us that nil the rest of that Coufederato soldiers, "afoot and on further nnd swarmiug in the hills ind the prisoners wero deserters,one that if critters," wero of them they had their dues overy picking up ovory man thoy could fliiJ. would bo shot, but tho military authorThat afternoon they had fceied a dozen ities, not having timo to try them, Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." men known to Benton and Tom Billings, would soon place them where the wero that they, too, and the chances Yankees would become their executionwould bo taken the next day if they did ers. Ho then asked us if wo could ride, not clear out. and on being told that we could ho said "Thar's no better place to stick to than he would givo us mounts and assign us this," said Benton. "If the hounds find to the detail that was to drive tho cattle us bar thar ain't n pluco in tho Blue down to Lawiencoville, which was, I beRidgo whero it would bo safe hidin. lieve, in Gwinnett county, ubout thirty I've got grub enough to last all hands miles from Atlanta. for two weeks, and then, if it comes to Wo wero rejoiced nt this arrangement. a fight, I "reckon we four kin get away The horses given td us had tho "U. S." I in proper i.iiUdU. Why Ho Cure Anuy Ovoraliocs. with any other four they have u mind to brand, and the saddles and equipments It used to bo jestingly said that the "Wo havo a shoomaker in our town," 6end." had belonged to our cavalry. Captuin namo of Mohammed wus invoked for says a business Tom Billings "allowed" this "mout bo Reese's confidence did not extend to giv- till punioscH, oven down to tho itinerant Belling Quobeo man, "whoso ruined by in a lias been all so," but ho very much doubted ing us arms, but we expressed no desire fruitsoller, whoso cry was, "In the name hustlingovershoes house, and who, this rubber whether the hearch parties would send for them. Beforo starting out that morn- of tho prophet figs." But it appears to u great opening winter, to got just four men; but, as ho could not do ing wo understood that Benton had es- bo tho practice for enterprising und Balo, at which ovon, had overy purchaser ho gave to better, he was" willing to stay. caped in the course of the night,- and n pushing British manufacturers to havo of shoes a pair of rubber overshoes, upon The firo was quickly extinguished. It squad of was sent back to recourho to tho namo ullittuco of piety tho soles of which was his advertisement was arranged that wq should each stand "shoot him ou sight," but though I with profits. British exporters to Mostop tho wearers turn on guard, with iui eyo on the canyon, never heard of him again I urn inclined rocco, it seems, have been accustomed to rovcrsed so that at overy thoy Icavo his tuko through tho snow pnly direction by which to think that thoy did not succeed. for that was the pluco Arabic inscriptions on their wares, advertisement neatly printed in their mounted men could reach us. When tho march began the main body such us calicoes, candles, matches, etc. tracks. Tho effect is magical and powerTho night passed without any cause of troops, with tho prisoners and wagons, According to the consul ut Magitdor, ful. You can scarcely look at tho snow for iilartn. At my suggestion Benton went ahead, and a detail of about twenty-tho sultan bus lately issued the followany plnco in Qnobeo without seeing foothad muzzled his hound mid confined him five men, all armed but Bell nnd my- ing warning through tho customs adprints with this man's namo glaring In tho hut, for his barking wus us certain self, followed with tho cattle. The serministration: "Having learnod that tor-tui- u boldly from thorn. Now York Tribune to attract tho enemy us it was to warn geant in chargo of the detail was the goods imported, including calicoes, us of his approach. In tho. morning the man who had arrested us tho day beforo, mutches, etc., havo boon importod bearA Th roo Leeeuil Stuer. dog was released, and as wo wero eating nnd his vigilance and bearing woro such ing in Arabic characters tho names of A monstor threo legged steer was rethe canyon bark- as might have adorned a higher rank. Mohammed, of Hassan and Ali, and contly discovered on tho headwutors of breakfast he ran down ing furiously. Ho had not been gone Ho watched Boll and myself continually, others held sacred by Moslimon, and tho Chcyonno river, in Wyoming. It is from sight for half a minute when a rifle and we planned to win his confidence ns bearing other writing not suitable to bo 7 years old, and weighs closo on 2,000 shot echoed along the cliffs nud we wo hnd that 61. Captain Reeso. on such articles, 1 order you to givo pounds, am bus horns that will measure sprang to our feet. Beforo we could About 0 o'clock that night wo found a notico to the morchunts to advise their 6ix foot from tip to tip. Tho hind legs seize our arms a man shouted down from good pasture for the cattle on Battle corrospondontH iu other countries to dis nro perfect, but in front thoro is only the rocks ubovo the cabin: creek and went into camp. By daylight continue the vending of goods so markono leg, located in tho coutro of tho body "Don't dare to stir, boys! You're we had breakfast nnd wero moving ed. A reasonublo time will bo allowed on tho part of tho body botween whore covered." myself for this notice to roach thorn. Any such tho front limbs aro mi an ordinary stoer ngaln. From the first Bell and I looked up uud raw six men pointing had planned to save our horses without goods llniKirted after duo notice has been and is about tho sizo of two ordinary their rifles down ut us, and at tho same seeming to shirk our work, our object given will be seized by the government legs. Tho steer is wild, und whon distime four mounted mon rodo up tho being to make a break the first chance uud treatod us contraband. Should tho covered took tho lead of a small herd of canyon and called on us to surrender. we had. Th.. second night we encamped importer lo u Moslem, ho will bo pun mavericks and skipped out for a hiding Resistance was out Of tho question. Tho on n plantation in Cherokee county. tolled in addition to tho forfeiture." place Omaha Bee. men pu tho rocks camo clambering Since morning tho burned fences, the Loisuro" Hour, down, our arms were seized, and wo groups of ash heaps beside tho road and Singular Cupture of u Swan. wero prisoners. I.urRO Production of Antlirunlto. the general nir of dilapidation about tho John Jordan brought a largo whito These men wero commanded by a ser- houses, most of which were abandoned, The year IfnJI wus remarkable in tho swan to Pondloton tho other day, and geant, a soldierly looking fellow, who told that friend or foe had recontly been ontbrucito coal trade for its cnormou tolls n queer story as to how ho got it. evidently understood his business. I over tho same ground. production, which far exceeds that of Whllo ncur his liouso, on East Birch . . showed him tho paroles of Bell and myany othor your. Horotoforo 1888 bus creek, tie saw somo eagles chasing tho TO BE CONTINUED. self, which had so often stood us in borno the banner for production, or swan iu tho nir ubovo him. Tho unfor-tunat- o good need, but their powor to convince rnthor shipments, with a total of U8,l bird, in its anxioty to escape, flow was gone. Tho sergeant, who belonged tons, but tho present outlook is that directly over tho young man's head, nnd 'Medicine to merit such praise, as tho to tho Third Georgia cavalry, expresfod following, must nocossarily jwasesa vir-tu- 18UI will surpass this by abo"t 2,000,000 with a quick spring o manngod to seize himself about as follows: Mr, I. Whitehouso, Meigs Creek, tons, or Bnmothing over 40,00900 in nil, (yid. bring it down, tho disnpiwinted "Your paroles muy be nil right, and O., says i "I havo beon handling all an unprecodontod flguro, and nearly ohgles flying angrily away. Portland then, again, thoy muy not be. But if 0,000,000 tousgrcutor than tho shipmonts Qregonian. they had been drawn up by President kinds of patent medicines for fiftcon of 1800. Looking for 11 rill and found a Deer. Davis and countersigned by General Leo years, and have had nothing to equal Tho statistics of shipmonts of hard Two Oldtown hunters down in Maine they would do yon no good. Why not? tho Lightning Remedies put up by the coal up to Dec. 0 show that so far in 1801 Well, because my orders are not to rec- Herb Medicine Co., Weston, W. Vn. I in.fiOO.toO tons had boon shlptiod, an in- had an odd experience; They wero after ognize furloughs unless the men who was suffering from kidnoy and urinary crease of 4 .oao.liO J over 1800 for tho cor- partridge,. Very suddenly, however, as havo them are sick iu bed or so badly trouble, tho physicians said thoy could responding period, Tho shipments for they were walking in the woods, a wounded that they can't handle a gun." do nothing more for mo, I took 2 bot- December agreed upon by the companies startled deer sprang from the bushes Benton protested that ho was woundare 11,3.10.000 tons, and if tliut full und made a tremendous bound, going Reed, and Bell showed the still unhealed tles of Lightning .Kidney and Liver amount were carried the total is consider- over one hunter's head. He had no time bullet wound on his right breast, but the medy and am porfectly well."' For snlo ably over 40,000,000,-Phiiadol- phia Rec to take another leap beforo he fell a viy-tlSpringfield Republican, sergeant was obdurate, He had orders by al( druggists, ' ord. r creek, cither sldo or which wus co'veicd with pits from which tho earth had bscn taken to bo washed for gold. About a half milo from our sleeping pluco the creek flowed through n canyon with walls from twenty to sixty feet high, and, 200 yards up tho walls formed an amphitheater, nud hero in a half cave, half cabin, the miner lived nlono, unless wo count tho vicious dog that had us. Before tho door or rather tho opening to tho cabin, for it hnd no door, theio was an ax, a pick and a spude, with a rudo crudlo such as I had seen ut Sleigh's for gold washing. A few for cooking and it bed of pi no boughs covered with an old army blanket constituted tho fumituio of the v cabin. Sir. Beuton by tho way, ho professed to be u second cousin of tho famous Benton of Missouri prepared us a breakfast of corn bread and bacon with coffeo made of sweet potatoes and sweetened with sorghum. He told us that his mining had been fairly prosperous, though it3 ho had no quicksilver liu was sure that he did not save of the gold. He was n man of much intelligence, and was in California when the war broko out. Ho told us that he was milling and making money in tho Sierras, when ono day the devil put it into his head to sell out his claim for a son" and como cast to fight tho Yanks. He said in substance: "Hit took mo jest two. year to lam that the d d Confederacy was a fraud. I feed that hit was u rich man's auar'l and a pore man's fight, so I lit out without good by to no one. I jincd of my own accord, and I allowed I wus freo to leave in the same way. And let mo say to you two gents, if you go back and fight the Yanks again yer d d foota; pro-cedone-tent- h F Js Third Street Planing Milf MANUFAOTUREUS OP 7 .oX ;vo ;. r Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Brackel MONROE & ' D00E & WINDOW FRAMES, MOULDINGS? We wish to inform tho Building Tublic that tho Third Street Tlaning Mill hJ g uccn refurnished with tho latest improved machinery, nnd that-nr- o now ready to furnish nil kinds of builders material in our line, such ns Floor! yi Ceilini;. Sldinif. Door and Window Frames. Brarkeln. Mniildlnirs. tn. wood-workin- " ' ' 4Vi either in Poplar or Long Leaf Yellow Pino, tho flMj iiiiiBiiuiK luiuuei uvur m una cny. nuvu just received iou,wu lect oi cicar season l ellow roplar. Wo are ablo to compete with any other planing mill in this section of coo Can furnish material SON., nnd you can savo ten per cent, by seeing us beforo purchasing elsewhere. Tho trade of Breckenridge and Perry counties especially solicited. ) Third Strfifit. Pianino Mill. CLOVERPORT, GLENDEANE, KY. HARRY 6UENTHER 401-40- 7 & BRO & BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY. East Main St., ie o"W":e:Ts:bo:e3, kts". HUSrGrTJSn&iB. From I GLENDEANE, to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL : FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSiNES! MILLINERY DEPARTMENT A T S. - SPBING Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and.Grist Mills, Cane Mills nnd Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. t6T PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory,. Correspondence solicited, . G-I-V- E TJS -- A. a-A.TjT- j. i JJ'UENITUEB Tho regular and re- ! J) UEMTTJEE ! JB TJRNM N NEW GOODS ! MICHAEL HAMMAN, liable Furniture deal-- er li alwaya on hand with a full itoek including Sewing Machines, Cofflns,J ft "J isl Ginghams, todies' Dress Goods, and jH""l"iw Tf -- notions. Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. QUALITY AND PRICES. WITT & MEAD0R, HARDIN3BURG. KY. His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitimate house can unuorscll him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let the price bo what it may. Always call on him and ascortain prices boJ fore purchasing elsowhero. Ho means just what ho says. He canno? bo undorsold. M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, ""' STEPHENSPORT . SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST BEST & BRO., Prop ietos. MANUFACTURER OF Shingles, Laths, Hogshead Staves crs And Dimension Stuff. Stephensport, Ky. Capital, $750,000. The Tradesmens National Bank OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. V 5 nt Organlted m a State Bank 1823 Under National Act 1885. Vico-Pres't. km L Orannis., Pm't. Logan C, Murray, Oliver F, Berry, Cashier CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITED. MILLIN ER.Y MRS. S. C. SUTTON, HARDINSBURG, KY. I havo just been in Louisvlllo purchasing n now stock of Millinery Gooda for ' my Spring trade". You aro invited to attend my SPRING OPENING APRIL 12 and 13. the ladies All the latest styles in lints and Trimmings will ho displayed nnd of what thoy should wear this Spring nnd Summer. an idea given 15,-7- o, :m::EwS. s. o. stj-totoiet- . HORSES TRAINED. UoriM trained, broko and fixed for market. Wo havo ft half mile track and a competent trainer. All toek entrusted to our We know oars will have ipeeial attention, our bullae and know how to handlo home. If you have a good borte lead bin to ni and wo will Hit him la a condition to bring jo big money. Orit-ola- ii I. W. HARPER'S WHISKEY. The tnedleal tuJmnWj, taeked up V fully complM HSrteM, t aJM(t a nU l declaring that a wwJarat mm of iiwatebU conduce Ut Imm Ufa. It I alw aetaittwl an eld wbWNyT ky for th bwt iMulul tbatoan ho mmI. Laadiw fchyUlao the I. W. Harper Whiaky, emaw It it pare, poeieeaed f a utpartor la.t and bouqet, aad I aot offer! rar eat aattt it la old and taoroagat BMtared. 1 mf (T tt NEVITT & BLAND, ' Stock Bfttln 8ilog Vua, near ., Boldbf m.w. n w! .j, .iJUl IH , Breckenridge JVEDNESD-IY- , News. '20, 1892. HARD1HSBURG DEPARTMENT, r APRIL L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOINO i f ?-d- INO.B.'A VIROIfcO. nAIinAGE,Kdltorand rrourlctori. WEST. I,8. 1'. &T. Local Time Card.a.m. Mtl nJ Sxpreis going East KxpreH Passenger Dally urr. IIarillniburg..l2u2 p.m. aoixa iast. I'aiiaoger Dally arr. Ilardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m V " local jfroiglit " ' " West East Weil East West 10.01 10.41 .m. 5.57 p.m. 9.4 p.m. 11.19 a.m. ..10.0J a.m. ANNOUNCEMENT. Wf are authorised to announce It. K. Heard nl ltrdinl)urp, at a candidate to repretent the Democracy of the Fourth Conjrrelonal District iln the National Democratic Contention at I1IIM(U. H pL I , hnrsn tin 'buying tlio sltalo here, and going to tbo j? expenso oi loauing it on wire uiiu buijp- ping it down there. They should have thought of this beforo they established .''their plant. Who over conceived the i'. Iilnn. nnvhow. of Btartinir a vitrified brick K plant where they bad nothing but swamp- quicksand and old rotten-lea- f 'muck to tnako them out of? littlo dont she t brick, whylirip.k ulant move her insteadold nnn hero ol If Owensboro wants to muko vitrified flwf . The News refers with pleasure to the .announcement of the Hon. II. F. Beard in another column, as a canuiuato lor district delegato to the Chicago Democrat Convention. Sir. Beard Is one of tho leading Democrats in our county, and has rendered valuable service to his jiarty. Ho has never been an ofilco seeker, but has always been to tho front when tho success of his party was at stake. As tbo chairman of tho Democratic County Committee, in which capacity bo served for a number of years, bo always exhibited, a candid, fair and 4T' .!$ bis party in any movement. Ho bos al- ways been cautious, yet unwavering .when duty called him to act. He is a Democrat, true and woll poised, and such a man as tho party can well trust ' p "witli such an honor. If sent to Chicago J. ho will represent bis district with credit md carry tho interest of bis party right into tho front of tho battle. AVo be speak for him success. , To the Democrats of Breckenridge County. fTho rf f&sk State Convention to select delegates to represent Kentucky in the National Democratic Convention at.Chica-g- o on tho 21st day of next June has been called to meet at Louisville on the 25th day of Slay. By order of tho Stato Central Conunit- n lnlnrrnioa in tlin Rtnttt Pflll Vf'ntioil mni o.inli mnntv shrill ho chosen bv mpp.tinefl of tho county democrats at on the their respective Court-house- s 14th day of May. In order to arrange for carrying into ttm inclrnctinna nf tlin Slnto Cen- " . . firsf .' cOr minitte the democratic commu- of Breckenridge county are here-.P-fi- y called to meet at Ilardinsburg at 2 o'clock p. m. on tho 7th day of May. Miss Maggie Smith came up from This is a year for thorough and Jolly's Station. Mr. and Mrs. James work and no good democrat will bo Wright, of that place, accompanied her. found idle. With every man at his post When you want information about Democracy is sure to win. your watch or the correct time, T. C. Respectful, Lewis will givo it to you with pleasure. W. K. Barnes, Chairman, N. C. Mosely, Secretary. Ilardinsburg, Ky., Apr. 15, 1892. eui-rfe- nt Monday was a lively day. Jockey street was red hot Monday, Tho railroad will do a good business this week. Tho crowd in town Monday was unusually largo. Mr. Charles Blandford is tho foreman of tho grand jury. Miss Ellen Footo went to Louisville Inst Wednesday. Tom Chandler and John Smith had a big run last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt went to last Sunday. repairs on tho M. K. church south Tho will cost about $125, Mr. Sam Board has a position as night operator at Irvington. Lead tho advertisement of Witt & Meador in this issue. Hon. Henry Mason, of Ilawesville, was in tho city Monday. There was not much business done in tho Circuit Court Monday. Dr. J. C. Bush, of Ilawesville, has been in tho city several days. Come to us for your family groceries and vegetables. Hardin & Brown. Berne Severs has gono on a visit to his near Union Star. Mrs. Eliza Taylor and Mr. Alfred Tay lor, Kosetta, were hero last Sunday and Monday. You could have traded anything l.cro last Monday from a billy goat to.aj?500 Cuyler. Tho Gypsies got in their work Monday. If you didn't get in it, t'was )our own fault. Miss Scsso Scliull, of Ohio county, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Haswell. The neatest jewelry and music house in the country is in Ilardinsburg and T. C. Lewis runs it. Every teacher pleaso remember thnt Monday, May Uth is tint day thellardins burg Normal will open. We are here to stay. Don't pass the brick corner when you come to this town. Hardin & Brown. All persons indebted to Ilensley, Jolly & DeJernetto are hereby notified to conio forward and settle and save cots. 1'ure wines and liquors for sale at my saloon. I keep no other quality. James II. Glasscock. Roland Smith has rented a livery stable in Stephensport. He will not move his family there for the prestent. Our goods are all the freshest and the bebt. We can't be discounted on prices. Hardin & Brown. Clov-crport grand-mother's w ., VMHMmaS in murnrfuriiiif fSStd rflaWs ffjj;firjjfsff "VESTs unaen iYl dry v vnt. wm E wmwmu.v oes wtT -- v E 19 THE STYLt ' luifj Al The proper thing to wear. The proper time to wear it. The proper price Jo pay for it. The, ""wmmm&mmBMfflmumgxm - ..mgMWMmmmm ..ammu. T nptF lSil'S9 Ask for "Mundell's Solar ii STS Tip ii mmwm WUL -- pjDQ't&n v "- pioper place to get it '' -- m c - Shoes" for Boys, Misses and Children. "" FT"! -- T CLOTHING, g Mi- Charley Beard, Will Hook, Joo Cox both, it is most certain stand for reand Marvin Beard went to tho Falls of election. Rough last week to spend a few days The following persons went to Fords-vill- e fishing. last Wednesday to attend tho holiMr. George Stone, a prospective can- ness meeting there : Rev. L. E. Campdidate for Circidt Judge from Grayson bell, R. B. Cox, Misses Nellie Cox, Vitu-l- a Daniel, Tida nnd Daisy Mercer, Laura county, came over Monday, lie will be Hook, Blanche Snyder, Sallie Slaton, hero several dajs. W. K. Hon. 1). II. Socrs came down from Eva Heston. Mr. and Mrs. Frankfort last Saturday. He is a wit Barnes, Mrs. J. D. Bceler, Mrs. James Mrs. J. A. ness in the Harrison murder trial and Gardiner, Mrs. Jane Gardiner, Witt and Mr. John Slaton and Judge will be in town several days. This grand jury is wild and wooly, and James Moredock, brother of John they are going to clean up everything Moredock, of Garfield, died in Henderfrom Harper's Ferry to Salt river. The son county last Thursday. His remains guilty had better stand from under. were shipped to Garfield and interred in Mr. Godfrey Haswell has started a the cemetery there last Saturday. The hennery. This is a new industry for members of the Masonic lodge of Webthe town, but Godfrey thinks there is ster, of which Mr. Moredock was a memsomething in it. He purchased a hund- ber, were present at the burial and performed tho Masonic rites. Mr. More-doc- k red hens last week as a staner. years of age and rewas sixty-on- e Notice. All parties indebted to Witt sided at Webster several yearn before he & Meador are hereby notified to come in moved to Henderson county. and settle their accounts for 1S91. We Buy Yourself a Home. positively mean business, nnd cannot you want n lot in tho new addition, If afford to indulge you longer than one "Eastland," now is your time to puryear. Respectfully, Witt it Meador. '. chase. Over half are already sold and A good, honest, reliable jeweler is still they are going daily. A desirable as an a sure what every coin. mini ty should bo proud plan for a home, and are btillcheck coming to investment. People of. A man that will tell you the truth Clovenort and tho cry on every hand is about a watch or a piece of jewelery. more nouses. Business brings people, You can depend on T. C. Lowis giving and tho people must have houses. No growth. Forty you straight talk and straight goods every boom, but a substantial summer, nnd at houses built during last time. least one hundred to be built during this The following arc the grand jurymen year. Buy early nnd get tho increase in for the present term : Charles Bland-forvalue. F. B. Lyons, Allen Dalton, J. R. Piekue & Shout. Jarboe, Win. Witt, AV. II. Bandy, W. X. Pate Win. E. Rhodes, R. A. Brashear, Notice Democrats. James Lyons, II. C. Garner and Win. II. There will be a mass meeting of tho Hawkins. Democrats of tho city of Cloverport, at April 20th, Fisher's There were no candidates announced 181)2, at 8 Hall, Wednesday, the purpose o'clock p. in., for hero Monday. The new judical district of nominating a candidate for Mayor. Hillings same as County Convention. has not yet been settled by the Legislature, but there wlllbo candidates enough All Democrats are solicited to be pretako part in tho when the district is announced. Hon. sent nnd Jas. Iiambleton, meeting. 1 ,, . rect' L01n- T. It. McBeath and C. R. Wathen will Win. I. Ramsey. Mercer. T SHOES, AN ORDINANCE. Ordinance Providing forSidewalks on Certain Streets in the City of Cloverport. Wherein it la deemed advlinble ami neccj jary by thn Council to MvIdo and construct fldealk on both sides of High ttteet fruin the western line of Third urtet to the Iron bridge across Clover Creek and on both sides of Wall street from, (aid bridge to Center on the south side of street, and tbenco Front street to the eastern line of Chestnut street, except as hereinafter trovlded In. this ordinance. 1st Tbercfire, be It ordalnol by tho Council of the City of Cloverport ; That n competent olvll engineer I" employed by the streo' committee, noose duty it shall bo to make plans and specifications nf the grading nccts-nar- y and requisite to construct good Mid durable sldotvalk to be laid with suitable brlok, with good and sufficient stuno curbing to bold the same ; tbe sido walks to be not less than ten (10) feet wido and in all respects to be we,! laid and of brick of Cloverport manufacture. 2d. That said engineer shall prepare maps and specifications of tho work required to bo done under this ordinance, und ejiluiatei ot the cost of the same, In front of each lot, the width of sidewalk, tbe length of same, nnd tbe character of curbing necessary, and exhibit same to the Council tor its approval, modification ,or rejection. The ground shall be brought to a proper and practical grade in front of tbe property of each lot owner, and (ball have due reference to tho wants of the publio In unllormlty of grade. 3d When the Council shall baro adopted plans and specifications far any work as proHOPEWELL. vided In section '1 of this ordinance, said plaus and specifications shall be tiled With tho clerk Mit. KniToit As I haven't seen anyn of tho Council fur the examination and of all or any of the owner of lots front thing from this place for some time, lug on said streets, or any person Interested. hence these" items. It is hereby inide the duty of every owner of any lot or part of lot fronting on said street Peaches, I think, all killed. to grade, pavo and curb tbe sidewalk in Trout Wo aro soon to havo a post office at of his or her lot In accordance with and as directed in such plant and specifications, and is this place. Is hereby ordalucd that ho or alio or thoy sball , He hll endorse hit written rcUrns on -- ....uimiq, now no iji executed same, sa'd and sha nturn t to the olerk of the Council, who sha file Bway ftmi ,ire.erv0 ,arne. .ny,,nl ownor 'I",,1 f ot rerue within thirty days nflor the execution of said notice n herein before provldod, to begin In good faith the gradlne, paving and the side walk In front of his, her or curbing property aarrqtilred by this ordinance, their and tbe tame to completion with reasonable dillgenoe, thm and In such case tht Council shall cause thn same to be done at the expense nnd chargo of the lot owner In front of whote . .nitl. hrlrtArtt. .Ui afj ii. . De iuohik snail .. consfucte.. flltn lhn.fin.1 ... .,,.. , .i..n iD,. a f llfn on ibe a. prniiortv. which rlmli . nr....i .. i.i,u' for in t ha m a .,?. uiipinm vuy hi,'u. port, nnproved February 21lh, 1H8I. uiover(5th If In the opinion nf the sstd eng'neer nniJ ,ll,1Wilk now exlttlng shall b good and sufficient, he shall so repo t to the Council nnd lithe Council approve tamo the lot owner shall not be required to grade, curb or pave same. Provided however, It shall bi his duty to report whot repairs or alteratloes. If any, Bre neccasirv, and the provltlons of this ordinance shall apply to such necetsary repairs or alterations. 7th No exlttlng s!3cwalk not constructed or brick and with stone, curbing, or not constructed of dressed or curbstone shall bo deemed as good and suffieient and as complying with this ordinance. 8th- .- This ordinance shall not npply to the property on the north side of Wall street from Poplar street to Center street. Dth Thit ordinanco shall be In force and effect from and. after Its passage. csr-ful- ly HATS, ?., ' - I H i" . Furnishng Goods. ,. .,,,. lli.. ,,, .' ;i.;r" ::.." -- Smart & Co., CLOVERPORT, KJ. The Cloverport Savings Co. "Money Saved is Money Earned." Toprovo this g ti GoDdnxn & Klein when in need of Inlor-natio- Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, and Men's Shoes. A Big Line of -- -: do so. 4th It Is hereby made tho duty of the Marshall of tho city to preparo and execute a notlco on all sasd lot owners notifying them that thoy are required by this ordinance to grade, pave and curb the sidewalk in front of his, her or their tut in accordance' with tbe plans nnd specifications thereof on file in the ofilco ot the Clerk of the Council, lio sball designate the property Intended in his notice so that it may be certainly identified und said notice shall bo prop rly oxeeuted ty delivering a copy tbeteof to tbo lot owner or bis accredited agent or by leaving a copy thereof at tbe icsidtnce of tbe lot owner or such agent. Alvia Chafin nnd Necy Reatty eloped Thursday to Cannelton and ucro mar. ried. Rev. C. O. Clark, ago 81 years, is living in our village-anbids fair to reach 100. He has soven children, grandchildren 53, 21. Albert Rentty is clerking for M. M. Chancellor at this placo and is very polite to his customers, most especially to tho ladies. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes From 75 Cents Up. Look at tho bargains wo quote for this week. :- -- J ', 5 PANTS UOOU From 25 Cents U P. j Deafness Can't be Cured, by local applications, as they can not reach tho diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to euro Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kustach-ia- n Tube. When this tube gets inilam-e- d you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is tho result, and unless tho inflammation can be taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever ; nino cases out of ten arc caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will givo One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caubed by Catarrh) that wo can not euro by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. C1IKKJ3Y & CO., Toledo, 0. CSTSold by Druggists, 75c. wjm I - - ' --j "TSm - . $2.50 up to if 15.00 Men's Mlits from 6.00 ,to 1500 Fine Brown Suits from to 7.00 Youth's Suits from 2,00 . . k to 4.00 Boys' Suits from 90c to 6.60 dnti ....... - finnilnv Pnnt-- fmm .00 ,, .uuu in'c Gcod Working Pants, Cotton Worsted at $i.do up , B0WH HAMBLETQIr IsIISSllllCIV A HHID IIUIII Good Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 65c to $1.75, Full Stock Brogans from 75c to $ 1.60. ZE3--A,JL,- Good Sunday Shoes from $1.15 to $4.50. shoes: I3- 'hiu iu .3 A -- ? RECEIVED JUST OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND NOW The Largest Stock of IH H V: Men's Good Hats from 20c to .$3.00. SZE3LJ STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Loo Isaacs wont to Owensboro Full Length best made from 20c to $1.25 Good Black Satin fast colors from 40c to $1.25 '' Good Silk Striped Shirts? from 75c to $1.3 Good Men's Suspenders 10c to 75c. " Neckwear from 10c to 60c. Fine Unlaundried Shirts 40c. Fine Laundried Shirts 45c. to $1.50. Socks from 5c to 25c. Trunks and Valises nt all pi ices 75, $1.00 and $4.00. V&X. Ink fcJJS " last week. W. II. English went to Imisvlllo Saturday. J. II. Lay is having n new roof put on his house. Till Groves, of Tobinsport, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Gilliland Is the guest of Miss Fanny Brashear. Mr. Chris Perrigo, of Cloverjort, was in town Sunday. Miss Georgia Hawkins has a full lino of millinery goals. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis havo taken rooms at II. Lay's. Mr. Lawrence Huckby, of New Albany was in town Sunday. Vcstcr Bnrr has quit tho boarding car and is at homo for awhile. Ike Lowis was in town last week with a phonograph, and for a fow days, was nulto an attraction. Rev. S. P. Stiles went to Union Star Sat ui day to fill his appointment, his daughter, Miss Lizzie, accompanied him. retcr Brashear, of Owensboro, camo up Saturday and took several barrels of our clay homo with him for examination. Mr. Leo Dowell sold out Ids part of tho livery business last week to Roland Smith, of Hardlnsburgi so it Is now Blain & Smith. Mr. and Jlrs. It. A. Brashear, Mrs. Jas. Crawford and son, John, Dr. Whito and Miss Georgia Hawkins went to JjuJsvillo on tho 12th. rn fnrrnf lllfllf AfitiKH rrally Or rod are all worn out, deWlfijrKxl fur Dothlojr Try XL It ! awieral " ' Drops'inouFfamlly Our ornnrla wpva hnnn'Kih rlirpff. from .tliVi .. v f vVf. bes; manufactures for casli m big lots, and& we are determined not to be undersold. Come and get our prices before making! W V WW A S jsm m P . . k r tJ your purchases. H H H liiiiH BBBtl BBBtl H GOODMAN & KLEIN, Bn.T.i'VirWT?Tri1Drri "PTv vv, vrA, T . M.J-- Novelty Dress Goods and Trimmings EVER SEEN IN CLOVERPORT. Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Curtains and Portieres of all kinds and. qualities. Be sure and examine before you make your purchases. City Bakery and Confectioneryfl You will find constantly a full stock of Fresh Bread, Roll CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. Everything fresh and clean. Wo Bolicit your orderB for cakes and confections for speciL which wo aro prepared to fill on short notice. - frW ' Complete stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps on sale. A full line of PROVISIONS and GROCERIES. Also a full lino of Pancy Grocerios, Cannod Godds, and an lent assortment of Fresh and Puro Candies. tt REMEMBER THE PLACE. HKilfteiW.tffl'ira'l$l Ms WAftYnRtf? TOMATO Manager . , ' CHAS. RIEDEL & 0. to require, aad found them good. satisfied that they will do wbat Is for them. ' aswlon seemed I am pounds in two months. It beats tho doctors treatment." lor salo by nil claim-tx- l druggists. Havo you horse nnd jack bill printed at this ofilco. ' When in need of a shirt call, on Uabbngc, J. D, lirillDirinYVrseryr ITARUINSDURO ,KY - 'oWWlBn.'"s -fiiHt v ';' TOflj Oor.WalUnd Popli Bk. CLQYBKPOKT, Xy, ijf I immm CLOVERPORT' KY. s .. "Physician iP Surgeon m Ffev ti" Vr !qr i ". & I EAKDIISBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, President. Caniielton yesterItobt. Polk went-tday Gas pipes aro being put into tho steam laundry. Ojjta; (n Dr. White's old. itand tif ituirt. Leo Dow ell, of Stephensport, was in CLOVERPORT. KY. the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hayes aro visiting nt A. Hardinsburg this week. Michael Hamman, the furniture man, delivery wagon. has a bran-neIND. CANNELTON, Thu excursionists that gut left last Suits madu to order in tho best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Tuesday havo about all btraggled in. Kd. Whitehead, of Home, nttonded tho M. D. A. A, Minuet and Musical l'eeilal Wednesday night. Miss Heboccn Iticketis, of Union Shir, is visiting her sister, Miss Lizzie Kick-ettOffice ocf Vrcclenridge llanh. CLOVEUPOhf, KY. John Cone, of Louisville, was in the nudienco tlio second night of the Minuet and Music entertainment. U.S. Claim & Pension Agent Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGarock, of Victoria, attended tho Minuet and Music STEPHENSPORT, KY. Itccital at tho Opera house Wednesday night. W. BROOKS, Wilhoit, the conductor on tho excursion train last week, after cautioning PHOTO & ARISTD ARTIST overybody to bo suro and bo at tho in time, got left himself. CLOVEKPOHT, KY. Dr. Foster Lightfool, of Ilawesville, N. H. To every 20th cuitomer fur 1 dor. lias moved into tlio Wnrfiold property, Cabinet j, a 16x20 Crayon Portrait. which ho purchased a few weeks ago, and will practic'o his profession here. A raft of nearly 500 logs passed out of OP Clover creek Thursday night enrouto for Tell City. It seems that tho timber" is not quite nil out of this county yet. o Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon. ijfa BEWLEYVILLE. Mrs. G. S. Dow ell, of High Plains, was shopping at tlio Cash last week, Mrs. Alonro Bennett visited her parents at High Plains hist week. Ms. W. T. Beoler, of Johnson Bros., Louisville, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Nannie Hodges spent several days last week witli relatives at Garrett. Mrs. G, P, Jolly, of Ilnrdtnsburg, is Don't Drink in all tho with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Mr. W. W. Keith, of the L., St, L. AT. Nonsense you seo bridge force, spoilt .Sunday with his famWe don't blow, but wo generally disily hero. Quality ns well as Tho ladles' prayer meeting will bo count those who do. price means a great deal. W" aro oller-in- g held at tho homo of Mrs. Sutin Triplet! an elegant lino latest styles in next Thursday afternoon. Moqucst, Wcltons, Brussels, Mr. Lemuel English, ono of tlio oldest Smyrna and Velvet Rugs, cltizins of tho county, is very ill at his Ingrain and Brussels Carpets. home near Webster from tho lingering Floor Oil Cloths, effects of la grippe. Ijico Curtains, Hon. Gus. Richardson, of Mcado counTurkeystand Drapery, ty, has just set, perhaps, the most exScrim in Figured A Plain. tensive orchard in thu state. It consists Dotted Swiss nnd Figured India, nice for of 20,000 trees and covers 400 acres. glass door fronts. Miss Maggio Bello and Mary Paul entertained n select circle most charmingCLOVERPORT, KY. ly on tho evening of Saturday, April 10, in ljonorof the birthday of Miss Mary. Rev. W. W. Williams, pastor of the Baptist church, at Irvlngton, will preach at that placo on the first Sunday in Mny i listed of the second as heretofore. Mr. Abo Gross, has lost in tlio last few weeks, fivo head of live stock, one of which showed a well developed caso of hydrophobia, and all of which had been previously bitten by a dog supposed to bo mad. Tho Cash Store is now full packed and ware-roofctore-roou- i, crammed. counting room, stowawaj room nndt tack i of stuirin in tho cellar, all marked at bottom cash prices in plnin figures. Largo stock of men's shoes,, brogans, croudmorcrt, cougnss and English ties, from tho cheapest to the hist ; also very largo stock of ladies' shoes, in kid, morocco grain and cloth top0. New depart ment just fitted up for mens bats, and filled Tn with a largo nnd Jiandsomo stock. If you don't believo they aro being packed oil" In a great rush como and see. Some men save money by believing, whilo others loosd money by disbelieving. Mr. Smith, who lives close to rodo 8 miles to save 50 cents on clover seed, for in tills he could know exactly what ho was doing. But when ho a few days afterwards went over to his neigbor merchant witli bis wife and bought white goods, Ipccs, Ilambcrg edgings in Swiss nnd jaconet, ginghams, hosery, knives and forks, silver plated spoons, black plaid lawns, satteens and gold plated jewelry, an 1 paid from 10 to 50 per cent, moro than ho could havo bought the same goods of the Cash Store, lu either showed a lack of judgment or unbelief or was willing to pay very dearly for credit. Highest price paid for wool and all kinds of barter produce. Cash Stoke. Henry Winter. Vm J. Winter. johu M. Borntraeger CHRISTY BREAD KNIFE grnrrmmmm Patented Not. 12, 1889. Oct. , 1891. aJgHrvTr.?.M'itiliMr'tTfV?1 THE PEOPLE Of Louisville nml vicinity, onvhoin tho clothing dealers dcpciid for pntronngo, must keep their eyes open ; thero nro so many "dead falls" nnd "clothing dives" around town. For forty years our nnmo has boon boforo tho public, and our business has always been conducted "on the square." The people Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST, mmm BAR QA IN now-n-day- s. MUST BE PROTECTED Againbt unscrupulous dealers. With us you aro safe. Our Clothing is our own mako nnd is sold on its merits. It is honestly worth every cent you pay for it. We would rather lose a salo than resort to misrepresentation, and in every caso whoro wo havo dono so wo havo made a fast friend of the party thereafter. Seo our largo and splendid stock of Confirmation Suits at "way down" prices. Who has not bccil aimOVcd time and nrrnin in 1m nllnmnf. in Mit ' bread with an ordinary knifo ? ," Tho Christy Bread Knife is the best over offered for salo. and ' r,'i tho Olllv OnO made that will CM, lirnnd rnrfnntl It will cut hot bread a.q ninnlv nn if. will onlil s. J. W. JARRETT, W. do-p- ot SULZER'S BANK Julius Winter & Co., 'Old Reliable" Cor. Third and Market, Olothiei-- s indispensable to crood hmiRfiknnnlncr Tho steel handle will not soak off or get looso, and is very ventent for hanmne im tlm knitV To slico bread thin for making sandwiches it is-- perfection : f rtflTl Sit if ! lien n1!,n It it 2..i. vi... vuu uiiu oiiwa just as weu as you can tmcK ones. t xi uiis Knuo is used only lor the purpose for which it is intended ' will rnfnin lla piiHinr. nArrr. nnrn41.. r 'J 1 It is far superior to a smooth cdtrod knifo in overv rosnont. The scalloped edge does not intcrfcro with its being sharpened a whetstone or steel tho same as vou would an ordinary knlfn. Having onco used this knifo you will novcr bo without it. In cutting, place tho loaf of bread upon a table or uuuiu, ubb me icniie une same as you would a saw, preoMngy uglily, mm iii win not crumoie tne bread. J brej Are Yon In It? CHRISTY CAKE KNIFE. What is said of tho Bread Knifo applies equally to tho Cako Kf in every particular. 1 ou know how difficult it is to cut cako without crumblimfl breaking the slices. .Our cako knifo has a long, thin blado witi Scalloped edeo lust like thn hrrmrl Ifnifo 1 Any ono can cut cako perfectly with tho Christy Cako Knifo, aj it. Will nlwnva lin n D111.U r Louisville, Ky. Mr. W. V. Long, from Muldrough, Meade county, camo down last week to look out a place to start a butcher shop. Ho will movo hero about tho first of .May. THE WILL MILLER, M. U. BEARD, Cashier. 1. CHRISTY PARING Well, iust trv it. nnd vnn will wnniln im... ... J ' )V1U1UUI "v"v iiuu Patented Nov. 12. 1889. Most every day somo of Owensboro's 0. W. BEARD MORRIS E8KRIDQE ) R. M. JOLL7. " Dire tor INTEREST PAID UN TIME DEPOSITS Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IB, 1!0, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. Sixteen loaded cars left Clovcrport Friday. Joo Fitcli, of Clifton Mills, was in the city Monday. C. T. Bush, of tlio L. St. L. A T., was in tlio city yesterday. Tlipy commenced laying brick on O. F. Mattingly's new busincFs bouse W' Yc--r ' yes-tsrda- y. rn - h f ' 5' if 1' Ks e. r'-- r Jt V IT- -' 4 - t' f. Ik- I? t L" Ladies' bats trimmed in t lie latest style by a Louisville trimmer at Mrs. II. V. Duncan's. - The. colored cornet band camo out in their band wagon Friday night and serenaded tho city. The Prettiest Gnu. In Tows And all other girls "buy their spring bats of Mrs. II. V. Duncan. Clarenco Keith went to Ilawesville last week and placed the Tuber nionu-- , ment in the cemetery there. Talk of Tun Town Mrs. II. V. Duncan's nico assortment of ladies' hats, trimmings, ornauienta Ac. Alex. Maddux and wife, of Evansvillo, aro in the city at tho bedside of their John Gregory. sick brother-in-laMr. John Gregory, one of the oldest citizens of Clovorp'ort, who has been very sick, is now improving slowly. Miss Henrietta Hale, of Louisville, has accepted a position as trimmer in Mrs. II. V. Duncan's millinery establishment, this city. Alex. Boyd has contracted for a y extension to his business house. It will bo used for a pool and billiard room. Mr, and Mrs. Phillip Ditzcnbaeh visited relatives in Louisville Sunday, and Mrs. Ditzenbach will remain a few days beforo returning. Col. John l'iko, of Concordia, was a passenger up on the James Guthrio Friday. He had been South witli a boat load of limo. The business at the railroad office in Clovorport for tho month of March was more than twice what it was for tho corresponding month last year. It sounds liko a whopper, but it- - is an actual fact that Head & Co. aro buying tobacco in Virginia and shipping it to this city to bo rehandled. A car load of tho weed has just been received. Attorney Chapezo Wathan, of Brandenburg, and Judgo T. It. Mi:Beath, of Leitchlleld wero at tho Cloverport Hotel Sunday, enrout fo Hardinsburg to open court Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J, Shea and littlo daughter, of Louisville, aro in tho city stopping at tho Cloverport Hotel. Mr. fihea is something of rtn Invalid and ipteuds to try tlio Tar Springs Water for hie enfeebled constitution, it ho can got board near or rent ono of tho cottages. Interesting and newsy communications from Custer, Webster, Preston, Needmoro, Grand Pap'sTown, and other places liavu been necessarllyleft out of this issue on account of arriving too late and for want of space, but will appear nect week. Sometimoago tho News remarked that fifty now houses would bo built in Clov orport this spring and summer. Moro than half that number aro now under ebostmction, and tho season has not yet Wrly opened. W.a may run into tho hundreds, for there la no stopping us now, The queerest caso on record of truo love ttwt does not run smooth is Just now developing' itself in Cloverport. A young .Adonis wishes, to marry the young lady ol bis choice, where, there arc jio parental or other objections whatever, but'tho young man wishes to run oil" and, go to jeflfyramvillo. To tjiia there aro some objections niado, and tho person in authority over tho young lady offers to go to Hardinsburg and help procure tho Reenae If he "will be married hero. But to this arrangement tlio prospective, lius- "bnd strenuously object, and intimates that he wants to run off and nothing but a runaway will satisfy him. So now tho trains sad steamboaU are being watched and 'to prevent inis catastrophe, any throats chance, are being mad that, if by the runaway should be accomplished, they vtil) bo followed to tho furthermost limlU, but what fhe, hiarrjagc, will be preyented. Hot your money on the young folks if you wish to win. 30-fotwo-stor- representative citizens are up hero viewing our industries and casting longing eyes at our brick works. Thero is talk of mining cluy here and shipping it to Owcnsboro to bo manufactured into brick. Better move your works up here, Wo will give you a glad gentlemen. welcome and mako it pleasant for you. Editor Joo B. Itoger, of tho Hartford Republican, was in the city Saturday in tlio interest of his paper. He viewed the various brick works, noticed tho other industries of tlio town and expressed himself as very favorably impressed with our hustling littlo city. Mr. Roger is a well informed, genial, gentleman, and his political friends should show appreciation of his efforts in their direction by giving n liberal support to his paper. Engineer Gerry Gannano will bo married to day to Miss Annlo L. Litsey nt Whitesville, tho bride's home. They will go to Oensboro, whero they will take tho Texas for a short bridal tour in Eastern cities, when they will return to Gloverport about tho first of May, and mako this city their futuro home. Whilo wo know Gerry to bo a gentleman in every respect, Miss Litsoy is reported to bo an amiable, elegant lady, and the News extends congratulations. WE HAVE TALENT. The Minuet and Musical Club Give Two Entertainments That are Greatly Enjoyed by Appreciative Audiences. Among the most elevating, instructing and pleasurable entertainmonts that n Cloverport audienco has had tho glad privilege of enjoyine for quito a while, wero tlio Minuet and Music Recitals on Wednesday and Thursday nights of last w cek. Tho talent employed on these occasions was composed exclusively of homo production, and its high standard is conclusively proved by tho perfect manner in which every part on tlio program was rendered ; and it enables us to know that all that is needed to mako theso efficient ainnturcs take a leading position among the best of stars is a moro frequent repetition of theso or liko enjoynblo programs. Thero cannot bo assembled on any stago in Kentucky and, of course, that excludes all other states a more formidable array of intelligent youth and lovablo beauty than tho fol'owing: Misses Lizzie Skillman, Kati&Bowmer, Minnie Murray, Maggio Bowmer, Lula Owen, Allleno Murray, Lafayetto Nannio Murray, Annlo May, Pearl Miller, Rosa Rledol, Stella Fox, Anna Hamman, Maggio Farbcr, Sarah Hapiman, Lizzie Hull, Katie Sawyer, Ella Jlay, Jessio Hoylo, Besslo Hamblo-ton- , Maxidon and littlo Sallic Murray, Ella Smith ; Messrs. O. T. Skillman, Smith English, J. R. Skillman, AVill Bowmer, J. II. Miller and Chas. Skill-maTo mention any particular parts or any particular diameters, to tho exclusion of others, would only be a public expression of tho writer's imperfect individual opinions, which would probably boat variance witli divers others, and, to bo sure, an unjust criticism. So suffice it to say that tho Minuet was perfect; tlio Tableaux well selected, well placed and splendidly presented; tho music, both vocal and instrumental, can only bo surpassed by tho best trained professionals, and tho costumes wero "out o' sight," La-Hein, y TBV TO'' k lT'.-- 3LSb.i QsSy-- W r iff . utetf$':7gi$v " It. J. J. too blades of all Christy Knives aro solid steel of tho finest ntialit rho Bread and Cake Knives aro triple plated to provent rusjln a.a a.j in ii ifi i viisii ivn in ill innrn vinwr nnv irv..i t v ' ii tret Knives, l O thn finrmfv tlmm ,.AU liU ni.n.n .. f m ny V..W.U " UUIUIO, 1.1 1 UltOUTOlO "" ,... l JUU JlilYU OIF i liUUbi IlUUBt 2. i J -- BOOM. Cranky Old Man and the One Horse Shay! t5ItfcCiHiIB-5.Se!r-35vtv- .! Cloverport, CNEb3S3352C rgrfraJraj?j?!3S3: SS!!EE: 333S3S3- Ho has no telegram, is only in a hurry to sec tho If you are you need AT ADDISON & DICK'S BARGAINS IN Vi BardwarJ Clothing, Shoes, Hats, And we have it. THE STYLE The proper thing to wear. Now is the proper time to wear it. The proper price to pay for it. And the proper place to buy is B. F. Beard & Co'sM who will show js you the finest line of Fine Shirts and Ties of kiml8. Handkerchiefs, Half Hose n In fact n complete assortment of Nails, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. Our stock of Dress Good includes the New Cotton Bedford Cords, Crazy Cloths, Cliallics, Pine Apple Tissues, New Revered White Goods Blank and White Organdies, Linen Lawns, French and American Ginghams, Sheer Nan&ook Embroideries from 1 inch to 45 inches wide. Hamburg and Colored Embroideries in all widths. 1 piece Black Lace 45 inches wide 75c, marked down faom $1.50. fi. L USVS COIUI. Hinges, Locks, REAL ESTATE AND New Millinery Goods this week. Highest Market Prico Paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE. And don't vou forget our Motto GIVE Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might ho tempted to invest your money. Do you want to buy Real Estate? Call on R. L, Newiotu. wa o rent a Farm ? Do Call on R. L. Nowiom. Do you want to rent City property? Call on R. L. Newuoui. Do you want the best and only desirable lot fur sale on Matn, 50x175 feet for Call on R. L. Nowiod. $S00.00? Do you nant to buy the Clorerport Hotel, Mantles and Grates. A full line of Farm- Quick Sales and Small Peofits. U.S A Spring Suits to be seen any where. TRIAL. REMEMBER THE PLACE. ADDISON DICK, ADDISON, KY. ing Tools and Implements, Hoes, Bakes. Plows, Hames and Mowers, Chains, Beapers, Binders, Bakes. a specialty. ju For Fine Shoes examine our immense line. We lead in style, comfort and wear. B. F. BEARD & COJ '88i centrally located and doing a large Call on It. L. Newsom, business? I S. t am now prepared and, have full authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. This Correspondence from abroad solicited. is a good chance to secure the best and most popular hotel in the elty, and no ' boom" price asked. Do you want a lian negotiated 1 Call on R. (, News im. Have you money you want placed on Call on R. L, Nowsoui. safe security t Do you want money on short call ? Call on R. L. Nowiom, Du you wait to rent a house? Corn Drills and Fence Wire - HARDINSBURG, KY. The Facts in the Case watches are renlly among the marvels of tho age. One watoh in a fatnly was all that could bo afforded when Tltno has brought Ibis century vr s young. greut changes and it has brought thein in the The amoting part of matter of time keeping. how such wonderful It is to comprehend triumphs of mrchanlcal skill can be made for the comparatively trivial sum thoy cost the purchaser. Can you imagino n reason why you should be without a perfectly reliable and handsome watoh when foi$4,00 and upwards you can secure a reliable tlmo piece, also a nico lino of Jowolry, clocks, spectacles and musical merchandise at Are The Jack Wonder, Will mako the season of 1892 at my stable in Holt's Uottotn. Terms A fee of $10,00 will to charged to Money due when the insure a mare In foal. faot Is ascertained or mare parted with. Wonder is 14J4 bands high, black, very A lengthy, with large bone, head and ears. good breeder, all his colls are bays or blacks. U. STEPHENS. J. The largest stock of Stoves and that our mecbanU-a-l .m 73TSi?arSraEii . SO!53HE3!-53!'iS- 1: :. ?t SSTEir5-ffi3r'- S 2ZZ ZLJr-j- r- ware in three Tincoun- Notice to Stockholders. Tito annual meeting of tho stockholdand Mf'g ers hi tho Minoral Center-GaCo., will bo held May 7th, 1802 at tho oilico of Gregory & Co., in Cloverport,, Ky., at 2 o'clock, p. in, O. T. ,lman, Secretary, s H0TICE. will bo In Cloverport, April Dr. Miles Wliito, Veternary Surgeon, 2(1, 27, and and Heading Factory with power al28th, and invites all persons having Stare attached? Call on R, L. Newsom. ready diseased stock to call on him. Ho will lots Having about thtrty acres treat all diseases of horses, castrating would sell a. few "slices," and of city want be a If you ridglings and plain horses, Dentistry and building lot Oallon.R. L. Newjoui. ulars address, bad and weak oyes a specialty. No 0. MILES, Do you want to pay your city taxes ? charges for examination. Feonybaker, Call on R, L, Newsom, I graduated at the Roul Collego, LonMeade Co., Ky. Have you claims against the olty treasury? don. England, on Dec. 10, 1800, and Call on the city treasurer and he will tell you Or call at my farm three wiles east of Kkron having practiced for 23 ywire, think I L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, al- Station or two mile south of Roek Haven can claim a proficiency ovor many of my that It. Station on the L SU, L. & T. R, R. ways keeps said treasury supplied with money, brother professionals. Dr. Miles White. Claims for collection solicited from eltlee Th leWmwer John Barrett," of Cincinabroad and prompt remltances made. H'OR DVSI'El'SIA Many thanks for the large patronage I bar nati, left another lwrge here lust week Uie Hrewa'M Iron Jl Uteri. enjoyed. and it in now being loaded with crom-tVhyalclana recommend it. u R. L. .NEWSOM. keep It. tl.00 pet bottle. Genuine-"jtr4- e All'deal r by Rudd A Co. on Wrapper, red jnark awl trowa! )Jn Call on R. L. Newsom. S. flood paing renters can generally Lot me put a "bug In your securo a bouse. ear," R. L. Newsom rents properly and collectr th rents on a commission of tea per cent, and, renting being a specialty with him, d,n't you know it Is better to place your property In Wbyl his hands than to rent It yourself ? Uecauso ha is controlling a largo amount of g renters find property and t..ifltng It "unhealluy" and he soon gets rid of them, few oomplalnts from good Newsom hears but renters, but the "howl" comes from thoso fellows who do not want to pay. and such he says Ca 1 on Somebody Elso Is Nowiom hard hearted? Not especially so. He will accommodate you if you pay for It, and provided you stand to your side of the bargain If you don't liko his way of deillng Call on Somebody Else, R. L. Newsom has about sixty renters and To good be don't want any but paying onei paying renters be will take special pains to make them comfortable. Do you want a bouse built and pay for it In monthly installment! ? For terms Call on R. L. Newsom. Do you want a forty -- horse power engine an 1 Call on R. L. Newsom. boiler. Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and r. A complete ties. stock of Hardware. Name the article you want and we oan furSee our nish it. stock and prices. JOHN Spring Opening, 1892. BXJIaLa Pattern Bonnets and Hats HIGHEST NOVELTIES IN F. N. D'HUY'S, OLOVEItPOUT, KY. FARM FOR SALE. Good farm of 290 acres well Improved, a frame houso of 8 rooms, two barns, pair of cribs, Ice bouse, two tenant bouros, well water ed for stook, etc., cistern and well for family, and everything that a farmer would need. Only six. miles from the L.. St. L. & T. itall. oad.IJi mile! from Catholls church tchool months tn the year. Will stand the present season it James I will also sell 67 acres more if wanted at Beavln's, commencing April II, 12 and 13, in Meade county, well watered, 1892, at Uud Fate's April 14, 15 and 18, reEkron Station, 40 aores cleared, the rest In nice young timber. turning every ninth day, and will serve mares For further particulars address or innuire at $6 to Insure a colt, Money due when fact a. s. ouAyohoft, Is ascertained or mare traded. of Flaherty, Meade Co., Ky, Care takeu to prevent aecidenti, but no responsibility should any occur. SUB-AGENT- S DKSOIUl'riON AND PEDIQUEE i WANTED. t, To sell the I.ovell Washer, one man or woman wanted to every ten miles iquaro In tho entire Ilreckeniidge county. ExA good lively ngentan clusive territory. make from $50 to $75 a month if bt'work ingood earnest. The Lovell Washer will do better No work I tan any other Washer on earth. Fit any tub. Saves rubbing on wash-boar- d money and clothes, Just tho raaohlne time, for ladles who aro not atrong, Thousands of ladle whs used to hire their washing dona now save tba t expense bv using the Lovell Washer, To those deelring an agenoy, for Payne & Go. The Leading HaidwareMercliants. Cloverport, Ky. DENMARKS FOR SALE. I hare two Denmark Raddle and Harness Stalllpns, sired by W. W. William's, Royal Denmark, of Uasln Spring Furm. Ureckenrldge t county, Ky. One of them Is a the other, five yeari old in May. Will sell Have six colli on mj farm either of tbem. that show what they aro For futher partic- lVlLLINERY" - John Suit i a beautiful black, IS hand high, 12 year old and weighs 1350 pounds. This horio"W welt known as Jas. II, Ilarr'f WILMS IIOIiDEK. "Old Ililly." "!i .! work-i- n W 'W. Open every week day and Friday and Saturday Njghts. 'V1" Valuable Property for Salo. Having employed an expert Louisville Trimmer, can do KCovLee 6z ULiOts By MISS the Neatest and Latest Styles. , ' TI. MOORMAN. see . sample full tin only three dollar and ten ots, alto ' Key Stone Wringers and other useful househould rrilclfi, far term to agents j.frr l'KTBR KHOUUIt, to Union Star, Brliri"lgtOouiity , Ky t For ETlhtr Isfnnatton DR. OWXN. LAXD, STOCK and CROPS. For ftftlfr-O- ne MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, n'haro In AW(Uhii $ar !eft fa ... 'l.f.'MFriUNa.uoit.iti MSUWi;iJWrt-l(i'WNiW'.;l"l'-Vi'-'- mhr'": I1 Y- - r,.J.ri v s1 wfesi "':- " " ""' ''rfciiL - . ft. w ."vJp ' "," .,1m. ...JIHW wf imi n nita. 'im'ti'm 'i - "' ' ' ' ' ' ' r w,', ' t ' " f ..y, '"' '" " ' .v; - ,,.. CrtMOT SlIHH. - - -P J..We.ta- - -f- c 'A Henderson is building a baseball park. Loaded with impurities, your blood needs cleansing with Aycrs Sarsaparilla. Tho Anchorago post oflico fight has CENCE AND LOVE , been settled by the appointing of S. S. It's sometimes said patent medicines rf. arc for tho ignorant. Tho doctors foster Hobbs. Tlw Oloverport Woman Gives Her this idea. "Tho peoplo," we're told, It is said that tho Southern Woolen Xast Strike at Hogs and Wishes mostly ignorant when it comes to mills of Louisvillo will bo moved to "are to Engage in More Interestmedical science." Supposo they are I Owensboro. What a sick man needs is not knowledge, ing Themes. Franklin is being shaken from center but a cure, and the medicino that cures to circumference by a great and sweep' If4 1 fear wo shall never bo rid of the hogs is tho medicine for tho sick. Dr. Pierce's ing Methodist revival. the truth is our City Council raiso hogs Golden Medical Discover' cures tho "do A murdered infant was found in an fapon tho streets, and they don't propofco believes" and the "don't believes." unoccupied building nt Walton. Tho to enforce a law that will conflict with There's no hesitanco about it, no "if" parents or the murderer is not known. Iheirintcrest. So bo, what flno ideas of nor "possibly." It says "I can cure Chronic constipation, with all its atLy ,4 justice! Howover, they do not fatten you, only do as I direct." Perhaps it kvj. Jjjpon the streets but upon other people s fails occasionally. Tho makers hear of tendant evils, is cured by taking Ayer's ...... it when it does, because they never keep Cathartic Pills. Sold by all dealers in muvuo .jf4 .3 ntii "" iu uoore tliat open upon tno street the money when the medicine fails to do medicine. Katcsantl . John Deer nnd Henry Artrup aro inJ I will suggest a new plan to be rid of them. good. Supposo tho doctors went on that principle. (Wo beg the doctors' pardon. carcerated in tho Ashland jail charged sflsomo crcat discoveries in electricity, and It wouldn't do!) with stealing chickens and turkeys. v -- veonlfiinnornrv with German v's declara- There aro over 500 cases against them. Clnking, sneezing and every other n regard to our pork, a Dutch i ''VSo11 A fact that all men with gray and Pj .jjicmist discovered a kind of electricity form of catarrh in the head, is radically many shaded whiskers should know, Sago's Catarrh Itemedy. Wiat attracted everything except pork, cured by Dr. that Buckingham's Dye always colors an v)itM .1, . 7 nwinf IUIVVI ,...... If tnnlltil ..tttli (jIVHk frtwu. TCnW Fifty cents. Sold by druggists every- even brown or black at will. l'Vl.VU 111.1. F, - T linvn nffnn tlinm.lir. Hint tliis pliomist where. rHlSFoxes in Kenton county are reported could have nihde a snug fortune out of to ho more plentiful than ever known j uns uiscovery. no couiu nnvo inuucvu For the Sunday School Children to there before, and nro committing great I his country to havo sent him to an Bead. depredations among poultry nnd young American port to invent a stage plank (Selected by the Cloverport Woman. lambs. lor receiving hogs on board ships, no Fanny Cosby, the woman who has K Jack Bobcrts, colored and aged 14 could have arranged tho gangway at an written more Sunday school hymns than years, shot and instantly killed his ! jw nB'e OI. ". iiwio 'ess man jo uegreea, iwiu nny other ten living writers, has her (ela-- J brother in Louisville. It was .,.1 l! y iiiciuiuu iruin iiiu veBHUi, .!. !iiiuui rau home in New York, Few of tho thoumu another to, bo charged with this electricity, of sands who weekly sing tho words she caso. great noncon$ which pork as such adrove of hogs has written know that sho Is blind, and August Grieser was arrested in Newductor. Now, when a has been so ever since she was six weeks ,Wis being driven on board, tho moment old. She is now sixty-on- o years of age. port for jumping a board bill, and before they reached this part o the stago plank Is unique, even he had been in jail a day committed Her method of work by hanging himself ,rUlic air would be filled with pork. So, as for a blind person. When composing suicidecell with a suspender.from the door said, gates and doors must soon he a sho always holds closely over her eyes a of his VI 4gs thing of the past in Cloverport. Hero's small opened copy of some book, "GoUJen Representative Dickson, of Bourbon tho idea: Let each gate and door bo sup- - Hymns" being her choice. When the county, has introduced a bill in the legiA pl'el "with a platform a littlo inclined piece is finished to her satisfaction she slature that has for its provision the out anu cnargeu wun un ciueinuny, bo dictates it to some ono who writes it out conferring of police powerson conductors when "Mr. Porkers'' comes around view-- g as n "copy," and tho music is composed of passenger trains in this State. the premises, snifilng the nice giow- - after the stanzas are written. Another Joe Nelson shot nnd killed Hamilton &ggardcns and looking up through his of her specialties is the composition of Skaggs in Green county. Nelson kil'ed throws to see if any one is watching, all tho hymns and recitations required Druo Thompsom in tho same countv Lfinally with a grunt of assurance and for annuals used by Sunday schools on some weeks ago, and Skagg3 was the pfaction ho steps upon tho platform Christmas, Easter, Childron's Day and principal witnessagainst him; hence the is instantly whirled through space. like occasions. When fifteen years old necessity of his "removal." Whilo writing tho above another idea Fanny Cosby was removed from her Mr. George V. Green, of Ilopkinsville, has struck me. Wo all know how an- homo to the Institution for the Wind. has been appointed superintendent of rV noying it is to go to church a dark night. She received so good an education in jersey cattlo exhibit at tho World's JVVo go blundering along, flrstagainst tho this school that she afterwards taught the next turn a Greek, Roman and American history for Fair. The New Era says: "What Mr. fence and then a tree-boor r I summersault over a style, ono foot down eleven years. Her gift for rhyming Green does not know about jersey cattlo in the mud the other up on dry land, re showed itself early, and her first piece wouldn't make n pamphlet." minding us continually of overy day was composed at tho ago of eight. Sho Tho colored people of Lexington have Fj-lifoXow, this same electricity would says it has been tho secret of her cheer- formed a boycott again&t the merchants light ourlstrects. fulness. that signed a petition to tho Legislature What a splendid investment for some Fanny Cosby was selected to read a for tho passage of the separate coach one to establish an electric plant of this poem in tho Senato chamber. Slio was bill, and said merchants are retaliating kind. This is a suggestion. the first woman to speak there in a pub- by dismissing all colored help from their . I am now on my favorite theme, and lic capacity. In twenty-seveyears she employ. that is "Women." I assure tho "Farm- - has composed 3,000 hymns. Besides II. C. Price, a milk wagon driver, died -- cr's ifo" I did not wnto ono word theso sho has done tho same work for in Louisville from tho effects of an overabout "henpeckod" husbands, for such many men, Philip Philips dose of morphine, which he had taken articles do not exist. among tho rest. J prefer above all things to write to The hymn by which sho is most widely to relcavo neuralgia. His former homo "women." As for a man let us all re- known, "Safe in tho Arms of Jesus," was was at Simpsonville, and ho left a widow and six children in almost destitute cirv- - member "Iiis affections lie in his stom- composed in 1808. It is her own favor- cumstances. 'ach," and as Georgo Kliot onco said: ite. In the same year sho produced the "There ain't no religion that'll keep cold well known, "Pass me not, 0, gentle Jim Stone not our Jim, though Ktparsnips from laying heavy on the stom Savior." Each year sho has written broke into a wagon shop in Louisville, ach." Get him three good meals a day hymns that havo sung their way into stolo a lot of tools, pawned them, got and he'll keep in a good humor. many hearts and havo been translated drunk on the proceeds, staggered into tho But to my subject. Why is it that all into many tongues. Among them are, City Court room nnd demanded to bo tho husbands in tho land look hale, "Jesus, Keep Me near tho Cross." sent to jail. He was accomodated, and hearty and young, while all tho wives There are many interesting incidents will probably go to the penitentiary. upon an avcrago look weary, worn, palo connected with her hymns. She tells Tho Owensboro Inquirer says: "A h nnd hollow-eyed- ? I find but one solu- this story of how she came to write "All section of tho Salvation Army is admintion, and it is this: That a woman is the Way My Savior Leads Me:" "1 was istering to tho wants of the sinners in always doing an amount of work far be- sitting in my room on a hot day thinktho West end of tho State, nnd will oper-at- o yond her strength. Nothing is more ing when tome ono came in and gave me in all tho towns hereabouts. Our reprehensible and thoroughly wrong $10. I didn't expect it. Tho gift city will probably have a season of pious than the idea that a woman fulfils her awakened a train of thought, and I recolbefore tho religious nomads leave duty by overtaxing hcrbclf. There can lected that 6tep by step God was leading rioting bo no sadder sight than that of n broken me, and I said: Praise God that I cannot the State." down, over worked wife and mother a seo any more than I do." Tho best medicine in the is Lightning Hot Drops. It is woman who is tired all of her life "Do you mean you aro glad you can- market through. It is partly her own fault. I positively guaranteed to do as recomnot see?" asked her astonished hearer. beseech women everywhere to stop and mended, or money refunded. Ask your "Yes, I mean just that," the little remember if thoMorkof tho household dealers about it. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, woman said, "for I feel this is best for cannot bo accomplished by order, sysLimn, S. C, says: "Lightning Hot me. If I had not been blind I should tem and moderate work, without tho Drops aro wonderful. Have no equal. never have had so good an education, g necessity of wearying, I herewith enclose an order for two gross so many beautiful things by toil toil that is never ended, without nor know Lightning Hot Drops." heart. Then I should not have known making lifo a tread-mil- l of labor, then music as I do John Copey's residence, nenr Mt. Vernow." for thesakoof humanity let tho woik non, was destroyed by lire and an go. Better to livoin the midst of dischild was burned with it. When March winds bring colds, coughs, sore order than that order should be purthroat, hoarseness and bronchial trou- tho family awoko thoy found tho roof chased at so high a price tho cost of falling In, and rushed from tho house, health, strength, happiness and all that bles. Your dealer guarantees Lightning Cough Drops to euro all theso ailments, taking tho child out with them, but durmakes existence endurable. and Bov. J. II. Feather, Jollytown, Pa., ing tho excitPinent, tho child, unnoticjd, Tho woman that spends her life in unsays: "Wo havo used Lightning Cough went back Into the house nnd lost its lifo necessary labor is unfitted for tho highbofore assistance could bo rendered. est duties. She should bo tho careful, Drops in our family as occasion seemed to require, and found them good. I am A band of whitecaps called on J. K. intelligent adviser and guide of the chilsatisfied that they will do what is claimPassmore, of Casey county, to notify him dren, and tho tender confidant and help-mat- o ed for them. to leave tho county within a certain of tho husband. How is it possitime or ho would bo hung. While prowble for a woman exhausted in body and Gardner Cunningham. ling about tho place, thoy could not reof theso offices? mind to perform either Mr. W. B. Gnrdner and Miss Sarah sist tho temptation to steal a keg of Tho strain is too great. Nature gives Huth Cunningham were united in tho whisky which thoy found In his meat way to it. Sho loses health, spirits and holy bonds of wedlock, nt 1 1 o'clock a. house, and eleven of them got drunk hopefulness more than all, her youth, in,, April 11, 181L', at tho rcsldonco of the last thing a woman should allow to bride's father, G. II. Cunningham, tho enough to bo apprehended and arrested. tho Blip from her, for no matter how old she And another sweet-facepretty littlo Kov. S. P. Stiles, of tho M. E. Church is in years, sho should bo young in heart baho was found murdered in front of a South, officiating. The ceremony was and feeling tho youth of ago is some- performed in tho presence of immediate school building in Newport. Tho littlo times inoro attractive than youth itself. innocent had its throat cut, an arm torn relatives and near neighbors, after which from its socket, and Its lower limbs blackTho very naturo of an overworked an elegant dinner was served. Mr. G. ened and burned. Evidences-gwoman is changed by tho burden which, to prove A. nonary and auks Uora Gardner weru that it was born of white parents, thrown too heavy to carry, is dragged about as tho only attendants. into V flro whllo alive, and afterwards long as wearied feet and tired hands can Tho bride was attired in gray Bedford rescued and lifo extinguished by severdo their part. Cord with steel trimmings which was ing tho jugular vein. There is no cluo Even her affections are blunted, and very becoming, nnd Miss Gardner wore she becomes a machine a woman with- a gown of tan colored Itedford Cord trim- to tho fiom'iBh perpetrators of tho horriout tho tlmo to bo womanly a mother med in gimp, which was equally beauti- - ble deed. without tho timo to guide and tiain her ful. Tho gentlemen were dressed in tho Tho flour mill of J. G. Patton & Co., at children as only a mother can a wife customary Catlettsburg, was destroyed by fire, nnd black. without tho timo to sympathizo with Charles McCoy, tho miller, perished in party boarded tho In tho aftornoon-thand cheer her husband a woman bo tho flames. Tho building was afiro at steamer City of Owensboro bound for tired that whon night comes her solo tho back, and McCoy rushed in the front thought and moatintonso longing is for Louisville, from which p.laco thoy re- to get tho books from tho office, which the rest and sleep that very probably turned to Union Star by train Tuesday was on the second floor, and before ho will not come. Take my advice, let morning and partook of an elegant infatr could return tho fire had his retreat cut things go unfinished, live us best you dinner at tho Besldence of Mr. E. B. off. Ho then climbed onto tho roof, and can; there are oft flood reasons why Gardner, father of groom. efforts were made tq navo him, but beyou cannot pooaibly have your house in fore assistance could reach hfm the evea toug TAW mot i4ke 80t!sfleTnurtheyWJirtI(rWTTAniitxiditlr- Whon in -need of a shirt call on J, D. building collapsed, and he went, down fdruggists. ed for them. justico of being rated a failure as a housekeeper, when in rc'allty you nro bo far as neatness Is con1892. JDNESDAY, APJIIL 0. cerned. This is certainly of paramount importance; it is a truth sadly forced homo sometimes that life nnd death wait upon tho dischargo of what appear to bo simple and even unimportant matA HORRIBLE INSTRUMENT OF ters. DESTRUCTION AND DEATH I was delighted to hear from "Mrs. Farmer," and trust she will write again. fbONCEIVEDINTHEMIND Later I'll givo my ideas of homo decoration. OF FEMININE INNO- Breckenridge News. lo OVEIt THE STATE. Small Doses of Information From Kentucky Exchangos. Gatli-oro- tl a j,nii niwi Incased in Capsules for tho Easy Swallowing of News 4 Headers. TO EXPEL SCROFULA from the system, take Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE f S.rrtf I'lfd Allhur (n) ".) i. .' I'l, md :H diiii-htir- 64. LI Ari7.T.It 1,.J:2i v tUmM.Uii'lania (iiatliw ;iran 'lie hi l.nui.inilll Aiaiu In Sl.tfl; In aire tir ....,, of II ... Id l... mi.l liteithei. A..f.i.l I.... ...I .1.....4 nu ,.., 44 ...I J4J ... 111 -- J Bankrupt Viking S,i, VulitwiHd liil.ir. In '...lit; S7 anna Imv- l'i; In ."SO; .til Imve 37 In J:i); lolal dtaicj.danla In !UI M.I 4 IV - Nuitvimd .fe...aula lii 2:!10; llelmont, aire I SH in 2 l and acftcenuuma in z:ou, an imiiyi cunnu e! ltd, the grta eat ton of 1 1 hltlonlail 10. ; mi.m -- AVER'S blood-purifier Sarsaparilla' the standard tonic. You will find everything you want to cat: STORE J Q. -- KINO JIVWR i7B. r,cotd 2:M(i hire of V:Hi. Kctltr 1:Wi, Pflnce EdiTurd 1:40, 11 mote trom S 20 to 2:80; tire of tlie dams of Advance King i:2li.if Utile Kustcll(4 IvM, and of the4 til ci Archer yo) 2:13, and . belter than 2 ;W. inure all llilnua cuutldercd, was the ton ol llamlileii iilan 10. 'I he icteate.t aun uf Abdullah 1.1, ;reatt who, BEI LF, I'T Mambrlnn Thief II Dam ol llelmont, 41.1 d.icrndattte to iiW, Mel urdy'i Hatnbleiuiii.n .Hk, aire of U' In 2:30; Sat.acua, tire id 1'iotptr Mcrim e 2i24: icrandatn of Mayenne, dam u( Cret cendo 2:HU: J'ancnaat S:.Mi. tlra of l'a. tron 2:1411, Prodigal 2:I7K ; I'ationage. aire of Allx (8) 2:lSta, beat on lecord eactui Sunol. KAMBSIHO CHIEF 11 Sire of Lady Thorn 2I1SU, and eliht oinrt " ' In the list! also the aire ot the dams of Dl- rector 2:17, Piedmont "J:I7U, and 17 mote in VI 2:30 or better. BURCS MAKE, by Tarker'a Ttrown pilot, '' Dam of notallnd2:214, Donald 2:27, and ot Hlandlna, dam of King. Ilene and Swlgert and 4 other tires ol 3:80 and better, irottera. i Cures Others you. will cure Grant Thomas was convicted of murder in tho first degree in tho Louisvillo Circuit Court, for choking Bertio Coleman to death, February 0th last, because sho would not satisfy his lustful desires, nnd his punishment is fixed nt death. It has been less than a month since Henry Smith was hung in tho Louisville jail yard and this is tho second death penalty that has been fixed there since his exit. Louisville's next entertainment of tho kind will probably bo a double hanging. You can't feel well If tho blood is not right. Try Lightning Blood Elixir. It is nn herbal compound, nnd acts directly on tho blood nnd glanular system. It beats faco powders for tho complexion. Mr. Thomas Gilliam, Morristown, O., says: ".My daughter was delicate after having the measles. Two bottles of Lightning Wood Elixir improved her health so much that she gained twelve pounds in two months. It bents tho doctor's treatment." For sale by all druggists. J. II. Mooro and Frank Hopkins, inspectors of steam vessels havo made a report in regard to tho sinking of tho George Strccker in Green River a few weeks ago, in which they charge the captain nnd mato with carelessness. An extrnct from their report reads as follows: "Wo aro satisfied that tho sinking of the steamer, Georgo Strecker, in broad daylight on a smooth river within a stone's throw of either shore and with no evidence of hnving encountered any obstruction, is due to the carelessness nnd inattention of Thomas Gross, master, and Louis T. Bergenroth, mate, on watch at the time. "First, in falling to notice tho present nnd increasing volume of water in the hold of the vessel, nnd again in failing to promptly land tho boat after being notified by others of the danger from that source, thereby endangering life nnd property. "We think that ordinary foresight and prudence in tho navigation of a not unusually heavily loaded steamer would havo prevented tho sinking'of the vessel." DlukhiR It and f SUGAR. COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETAHLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, ' RAISINS, ETC. fact everything in the In I Z UJ o Q CATtlTA BtANDWA... . Dam of bwlgerl, aire of Moody 2:18(4, and 30 more In list; Abdallah Pilot, aire of I'tcard 2 :ltU4. and of Mctienger Chief with 12 In. the last: King Itene, tire of 18; Solicitor, tire of 3; Kedwood 7, with S; Klcma, with 2. " v Iktw, Grocery&Confectionery Line .ij Re Thankful for pait favors. spectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in Whiting upon you. Dam nf 7 full hrnlheia and .Ultra lo All tnld aa yearlinga and 2 nt from 1 1,000 lo $.',000 each or more are nrlain logo In the list Oil. aeaton. Cordova trotted latt year In 2:JJ. .Slcnd.ir ycar-oh- ii I wo J. H. Moorman, Mnnagcr. Genl'5 Furnishing GooJ5' SPEND0R an follows marc is known to bo fn foal. DICTATOR 113 mother lo Detler 2:17U. and aire of over J1000 others In 2:8. 2:10. Ithallae 2:134, Mln. nie Cattell (p) 2:1GU, Director 2:17, DeI CIAJU . x. lineator (n) 2:18, 80 others in S:SO; and Dam of Dktatnr (sire as noted', Dexter dame or Nancy Hanks 2:0 Lockheart Alma 2284, Astoria 2:'A(i, Aid 2:l4, Northwest (p) 2:17U, Urown (4) dam of Alda de ((are 2:JUi; Clara la also 2:184, Keller 'ihomat 2:1UU, and IS grandam of Ktina Victoria, dam of Princeothen in 2:80. Dictator it also grand ton 2:1U4, and 11 others in 2:80. tire of Direct (p) 2:0(1, Margaret S. f4) 2:mi, Guide 2:l6U, Evangeline (8)2:19; Daphne 2:1, and 30 others in 2:8a DUVALL'S HAMBRIKO . , Sire of the dams of D. Monroe 2:28i, Mitt Duroc 2:2Sx, Lulu 2:2S)to, Maud llutler, trial 2:28ft, and grandsireof Mollle Mc, two. MI83 BUTLER yer-ol- d trial f.tili Decoy, trial 2:81 and a Dam of Maud llutler 2:28ii, and ahe Is quarter at a gait of 2:W. the dam of Phallamonl, sire of 6 under 2:80. THE DAM OF BROWN CHITT Sire of Maggie K 2:291, and of the damt ef Lady Majolica Altatnont 2:2G. and grandton of Floa.le G 2!I8V, Usaevla 3 num. uttuc j once x:28Yi, etc., etc. erAnnrTfA'itTafff . ........... ........... ........... '" aire ol JJeilerJUVX. Nettie 2:18, Orange Olrl 2:20, 88 otRera, and grand tire of hunol 2:081. Maud S. 2:084, Palo Alto 2:064, Nancy lianas i;v z:io, and "-- will bo for service at tlio Uasin Spring Fnrm until I .! $25.00. Payable : $10.00 cash TERMS at timo of service j July 1st, when lie goes into training. : $15.00 is insurance money, riaynblo wlion ' the balance !' PASTURE Kxcellont Past tiro can bo bad for maroB from a distance nt reasonable figures. further particulars address NEVITT &. BLAND, P. O. Irvington. Ky. rr W. W. WILLIAMS. A ... 1 MANY NEW LINES ! WJ ? f, Wo havo added many new nnd attracTho determinative lines to our largo stock of GentleH. W. HERNDON, Manager. tion and ability t men's Furnishing Goods. Particular atmake the best prion. Reliable and prompt. Cash with every actention is directed to our beautiful line of Quality as you like t'tem, count sale. Consignments solicited. White Shirts, Tecks, Bows and DRURY'SBREEDIHGSTQCK. for Spring and Summer. Tho Styles and fashion the latest. largest line of Outing Shirts in tho city. LOUISVILLE. KY., April 19, lh92. Assortment complete and Our 75 cent shirt in this lino is a daisy. Shippers should mark all paoka-e- s plalniy,-wlt- h In offering to the publio the t.rvire. of tbe alright prices. It neither fades or draws up, is full sire, following breeding stock, wo do not hesitate shipper's name and address; to say tl at we believe It lo be n good ns can Dont fjill to see our splendid stock and take and well mnde. BUTTER, EQOS, P0ULTR,Y, ETC. be found In tbe state. Not only d on the advantage of tbe inducements offered in JN0. D. BABBAOE, Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and the sldo of their tires, but equally as well prices firmer. E. C. BABBAGE, through their dams ; a yerY important thing Dried Fruits. Market Very dull on apples Manager. Cloverport, Ky. in a breeder, Extra fine weave Bedford cord worth 75o. at and peaches. 49e. (fn all the newest shades ) Beans. Demand active at advance. 8 Four-in-hanpost-offlwell-bre- magnificent oombinat'on fur the people. A popular line of the latest spring attraction: An unlimited variety in every department of the itoro. LOUIE FUHNISUKD BV 1! wim Len. G. Herndon & Co,, General Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera Storage. mess mm, tics, of hair line faciei worth 40o. for 24c. This high style Kentucky saddle stallion will .20 pes of Imported dress patterns, no two alike worm make the season nf 18U2 at my place one mile 15 pes new vuo lor use. style Debega assorted colors for lOo east of Dewlayvillo on the Louisville road. Amaxt n broad cloth all shades lowest prices. Dig line of Thermedor suiting exclusive patterns. llourbon Denmark was sired by Fayette Jamestown plaids nnd plain, Denmark, he by Ned Galne'a Denmark: he We make a specialty in black dross goods, liy race horse, Diomede, he by imported Imported and domestio Henriettas and cash2d. meres, eti. If you will call and see our new 1st. Dam by Dall Sloeking. Dam by Davy Crockett. 3d. Dam by Roan-oagoods yon will not be able to resist the temp4th, Dam by lierlrand, Sth. Dam by tation to tako some of them home, Highlander. Was sired nnd Bourbon Denmark Ky. fnalded at Lexington, Pedigree. Eggs. Receipt lower. Choice, countrv Medium , Common Creamery heavy, market weak t and BUTTER. 19 13 , 8 M 10 22 ( 27 Mil 20 EdQS. Fresh POULTRY." Old liens Rooster Medium Springers , .' U to 2J :.,.,. 4 00 to 4 25 , 2 50 to 3 00 4 60 to 5 60 00 3 00 to ,... 4 '00 to 6 00 3 60 to 4 60' 9 00 lo 10 00 U 00 to 1300 3 00 to 3 60 3 60 to 4 00 2 00 to 2 60 k. Fun of the Czar. You will n well-know- n - d Tho following satirical production, purporting to show how the Russian court travels, appears in tho German papers in the form of a letter from n Russian court functiounry to his friend in Berlin: "Dear Friend Tho following may servo you us an exact information. It is qnito uncertain when wo leave Copenhagen. In any caso this afternoon at 7 o'clock it may bo also early tho day after tomorrow: but qnito certain tomorrow at noon. Wo shall, of course, chooso tho sea journey, for tho land jour-no- y suits us much better. For this reason It is not yet decided which wo shall prefer. 1 think wo shall go by sea as well as by land. When wo leavo tho steamer wo got Into tho train that is to say, on another stearUjT 1 moan a steamship on rails, or rather an express train in tho water. Wo aro mainly ufraid of seasickness, therefore wo remain as long as possible on tho ocean. For after all ono travels best on terra Anna; therefore tho sea journey is as good as Bottled. Wo travel via Berlin, whero you may awnit mti at tho station; but you can savo yourself the troublo. as wo shall not touch Berlin under nny consideration. Wo shall travel via Stettin. When I say Stettin I mean Danzig. What's tho good of "us going to Danzig? Naturally wo shall go direct from Copenhagen pershlptoKonigsberg. Therefore nu rovoir tho day after tomorrow in Berlin. Wo leavo hero in a week; whero wo shall go is quito still undecidod." A .Much Delayed this renowned aire's breeding that be Is backet up by the strongest families of Denmarks on the sire's side elear back to thoroughbreds. On his dam's side, he has tome of the be-- t crnssea of saddle families to bo had, strongly backoJ up hy thorough bredi, both on sire and dam's side. Note. notice from PILES BTMiTOMft-M.l.t- ITCHING PILES inanf ttcww anl SWAYNE'S EJIn I In I NT Description. Bourbon Denmark a beiutlful biy hands high and Ins as much natural style as any stallion in the stale, and Is as fine a breeder as cm be found, lie breeds his colts Solid oolors and plenty with lyle and Bnl-lofrlze. I'reedj very strongly after himself, eight out of ercrv tei,gning the gaits by the lie tronnnits bis siddle qualimother's side ties very readily, beciiuso his gaits are all natural and not acqui ed. lie goes all the gaits easily, but especially to be admired is bis running walk. Is 1R i. Itlt... uk! ..J We have a beiutllul line of band-mad- e ladles low shoes, latest spring styles, also a full line of hand turned shoos. Our shoe depart' ment is larger this season than ever. We can please ereryone In style, qutllty Hnd price We nave n beautiful lino of men's outtom made Buell shoes. Latest styles In men's low shoos. We can sell ytu boy's floe front lace or Congress shoes worth $l,f 0 for 78c. Men's Kangaroo rnlf was sold for ?d SO now "lng fur $2 i). Old Kentueky fiats sold every place for $2 00 our price $1.35. We have a hundred different styles and prices, can make anyone smile at the unreason ble low pries. SSQ1 Lare Springers , Small Springer Young Ducks Live Turkeys Dressed turkeys Dresicd lien Live Geese (feathered) Live Geese (plucked)... FEATHERS. Prime, white goase Mixed Old, No. 1. duck Racoon Mink Opossum... j ..... ..... FURS . 44 25 45 30 " 15 (W 25 15 (u 30- - 60 to 60 to 16 a 76 26 Our Clothing Department Is Immense. Gray Fox Red Fox., to to . 1 Pimples, Black N now. rich blood, which W is rnplilly miuio iy mac romarKnuio ntlon.Er. LIOTSEY'B IMPE07E3 BL009 DEAlOi:. t For tho spoody euro ot Bcrofalo, Wasting, laiArcnnai juiaooae, .cromions, .erysipelas, t Tltal decay, and overy indication of lBiioa uioou, vr. uiutj-- i cioui uiircser is wo Mi roilody that can always bo rolled upon. Tlrnpf-tnt- ji 4 mint nil h&YO J3 S'slfe? JC5I Boils, HeaJs, FACT. iW.N. t Canary Ilird is an Inbred Dlack Warrior, high, blick with mealy iJ4 hands points, will be four years old 27th of May next Is of One carriage and splendid action, with heavy bone. Will sen o n limited number ot marcs. JACK. 5,000 suits to select from, ovary shade and cut can be had. Fancy stripe woven men's suits run 31 to 40 worth $5.00 going for $3.48. All shades, cuts and sites inen'a suits told for $7.00 going $1.08. Men's all wool Scotch suits sold for $10.00 at $0 VS. TERMS. Bourbon Denmark $12.00 To insure a living colt, payable vrhen colt is foaled. If mare should bo sold ortradedoff, the money will be due nt timo of sale or parting therefrom Meu's black ground pie stripe sold for $15,00 at $10 00. A groit reduction In Men's and Boys' black Cheviot suits. Wood, Tobacco and Cinnamon browns, all cuts ruck bottom prices. A bcautilul lino of imported serges, tnylor made, very oheap, SPRING OVERCOATS, Are going cheaper this season than ever before. Our $15.00 (lurments we ore selling for $10.00. ' 12.50 " 9.24. 10.00 " 7.49, Come In and ex inline our stoob, we guarantee wo can s.ivo you money- We will pay highest market prl"e for wool, sell you goods at unreasonable low price, II will be to your interest to visit us. We extend everyone a welcome invitation to come and examine our beautiful and lmtnene stock of S ring goods, livery department fnll. UIBCK Skunk , Short Striped Skunk Black Striped and White Skunk... Wild Cat Musk Rat., O ter, cased , Beaver, large Deer Skins per lb HIDES. , Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins 70 00 so 60 10 80 00 '8(1 la to 1 9'. to 1 00 25 to 6 i 00t6 20 to to 0lf MM )5 WOOL. d 2i80 , 32 . 22 18 4 H l fife) 8 11 tTHE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. 1 . nnll Ifc. 0 tease, fine Grease, coarse , Merino Hurry and Cits 133 23 PlTTSflUBOH. P. to 128 18 125)J7 To Advertisers If you wisb nnd need Instruction, send ono dollar for our " Hook for Advertisers." A little study of that book will enable you to decide what you ought to do, and givo an Idea of the probable cost. Canary Bird $10.00 heart-breakin- Werfillng. To insure a live ojlt, payablo whon eolt It fnalded. If inaro should be sold or tradod off, the money will he due at tbe time of sale or Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb,... Choice per lb Fancy Chopped DRIED APPLES. o Miss FlorencoE. Howell, of Decatur, and Georgo Vandyke, of Louisvillo, married at midnight, had un eventful experienco. Twico had tho wedding day been fixed, but it was postponed. Tho third tlmo thoy camo near missing it again. Georgo expected his wedding suit from Louisvillo by express. It did not come, although tho couple waited until tho Inst train was in before starting on their jouraoy in tho mud, fivo miles distant to tho. homo of tho brido, whero tho wedding guests hnd assembled to witness tho inarriago. At 7 o'clock Vnndyko procured his license, and its ho was coining out of tho oIUco ho foil headlong twolvo foot into tho cellar of tho new court houso. Later ho started with tho brido and four frionds for tho Howell pbjco, when tho singlo-tre- o broke, tho horses kicked thomselvcs looso nnd ran away, leaving tho party in tho mud. Auothor vehlclo was secured nnd tho journey resumed. Tho party arrivod at 1 o'clock to find somo of tho guests gotting ready to go homo. The wedding fenht was cold, but tho wedding took placo ut midnight. Decatur Cor. Chicago Tribune 1 to advertise parting therefrom. No responsibility for accidents or escapes, Maros krpt on easy term. Peelings Evaporated, In sacks. , " " ' 3Kto SL'to 3to 1W to 2 VA W 4 IK Chas, H Drury. If you instruct us . GEO. YEAKEIi & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. Scl?!!iio American Agertoy for to place a certain amount of advertising for you In tho way wo think will do you the most Rood, you should Bend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and mako sultablo arrangements for payment. Your order will then receh e all the attention that It requires. If you wish ai? Advertijerrjerjt ijmjjjg UMVKM Halves, per lb 2 fn Quarters per lb , 1 to I it Peeled, per lb 0 to 8 Pears per lb 3 to 4 Blaekberriei per lb 3 to ,1 HAY. QRAIN. FEED. We quote price on Loulsrille eity wharf I HAY. Strictly choice , 12 00 13 Op y f..... PEAO.lks.""'' t0s5J .' Choice No 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw 0 60 10 00 6 00 II 60 11 0Q 6 60 CORN. Choice white Choice, shelled No, 2 oats,, Seed oats , , prepared and a plan of advertising marked out : to bo told what papers you should use, and what the cost will be, wo will furnish tho advertisement and tho Dlan either or both, and submit them for your consideration, togethor with our bill for the, service. 42 44 44 (g) 46 JHHaaaaaaL rftaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHtBtBBBBBBBBtHr For preparing ..tLAfls WHY IS THE DBSIQN PATKNTsi COPYRIGHTS, eto. For Information and freo Handbook write to 0 TS. ,..., , MUNN A CO.. SCI Buoadwat, Mew YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents In .America. Kvery patent taken out by us la brought before) tho publio by a notice given tree of charge In the ,w 40 40 Qi'i ,, 42 electrotypes and estimates the advertiser pays us. For tho expense of placing advertisements and watch-in- s the fulfillment of contracts we nrerwld by a commission allowed by the publisher ot the paper In which tho advertisement apneu rs. aIvertiserrerts?f ftuntiih No. 2 Long Berry wheat No. 2 Red WHEAT. ,. , Mtimx 86 81 La THE o frit lliri , A Stcol Chimney. In ordor to ccouomizo spaco and weight, Btecl is being used for tho construction, at tho Chicago exhibition, of a chimney which, when complotcd, will bo 2.10 foot high. Tho steel varies in thickness from inch nt top to ?s inch nt tho bottom. Tho lowor part of tho chimney is llnod with tiro brick 8 inches de'ip, formed to fit tho shell compactly all round. Aboyo this hollow tilo la used. Tho weight of n brick chimnoy of this sizo would 1k) almost 700 tons, whllo in stcol it will weigh, including tho linings, a littlo less than 250 tons. The outside diameter of tho chimnoy is 0 feet 5 inches, whereas had it been constructed of brick it would bo 16 feet 0 Inches, a great saving of space being thus effected. r Exchange. . 3 If you want to learrj Ins and outs of advertising without anv cost nr trouhln. rpiul l'niNTEns' Ijrtc regularly, carefully, studiously; issued weekly, a year. If you wish a complcto catalogue of all newspapers, send 85 for the American Newspaper Directory, For any further information address all tho GEO. P. ROWELL. & Newspaper Advertising 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. C., 1 Bureau, NOTICE. FRUI1 GROWERS Make your orders by the 1st of flatnher and we will furnish jou tajr kind; of WH17XT TitHOBS. 82vA.XiI TSBX8 Manager HarJIwlurg Xuwrjr. llAKDINSHURfl ,XY ZACK. GREEN, BKCSlUBSi JsO. It It a seamless shoe, with no tacks or war thread to hurt tbe feeti made ot the best flue calf, atllsh and eaar, and because ire viake mor $hots of lata gradethanany other manufacturer. It equals band, sewed shoes costing f mm IIJjO to &MJ0. llaml-aewed, theflnestcalf ffif" OOdenuluoottered for 43 out equala trench shoo ever Imported shoes which cost from ti. to U IH. il ttlior, CX OU llnnil-Sewe- comfortable Welt dirable. fine calf. D'Va stTllsti, Tbe best and shoe ever offered at Ibis prlco i eame Krado as custom mads shoes costing from to (u to S'JJW. RO at) l'ollrn fShooi Farmers, llallroad Hen andI.eUerCarrlorsallwcartncmi tlnecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extension edge. One pair will wear a rear. no shoo ever offered at (SO 90 fluo cnlfione betterwill convince thosa this price i trial who want a shoe for comfort and aervlco. SCO -- 3 und S'J.OO WorkliiBinnn'a shoe 9tfi are very strong nnd durable. Thoso who have given them a trial will wear no other make. nnd 81.73 school shoes are worn bv tbe boys every wberei thesell E3 Ulf on their merits, as the Inrreaslng soles show. llnnd-nnwe- d shoe, best I lwnt'ola, bClUICS 83.00. verrstyllshtenuolslreuch Imported shoes cnstlnit f roni l u) to &UM. iTndlea tf.50. SJ.OU (mil 81.73 shoe for Misses are tbe best fine Uongola. Htylish and durable. Caul Ion. See that V. 1 Douglas' name and priee are slam pad on tho bottom of each shoe. tm TAKE. NO. 8Un8TITIJTE.. yon, insist on tooal advertised dealers 1)0 UU LAM. Urocktoa.iliaaa. Tsildby S3 SHOE BEST SHOE DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN WORLD Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tba wono. DPienaiaty ittustratea. no wieinireni man should be without It. Weekly. 83,00 a CO, Tear) SUO six months. Address MUNN VUUUSUXUS.3C1 liroadwar. Mew York. IN THE FOR THE MONEY? GREGORY & GO., Headquarters for 1 allow, per bol , Beeswax Sorghum per gallon , POTATOES, Choice Mie'u. bulk per, bu Choice Northern lud. " .,.. Poor lo med, Mtoh. " MISOELLANEQUS; 89 ..20 & 2 i. j p-- 45 35' ff " Nor. Ind- - Home Grown per barrel Front store 2t) to So per. bu higher. " SOS .".(J 1 fc. 40 '40 -At, 15 Si 1 1 36 P9i Reapers and Movers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cetnent,"Micb lean Planter. Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Hnrrel. Plaster Hnir, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring kepton band. Orders accompanied by cash prompt wvi 9ea Fine & Poplar Shingles Itrick BEANS. Michigan, band ploked,,., ..., Indiana Navy " Common nnd eolored...... Flat and mixed i ONIONS, Northern, per bbl on arrival , " " from store CABBAGE. Per crate from store Choice " Choice Green J M to Ml to" 76 0 - 75 to I M 6 to 1 00r f .235 toJSO. . 2 60 to 3 7 2 26 nnue 9 nrltae CELERY. Fancy white plume, per .. doi-.v- ' tot B V It Jll,1. NOTICE. I beg to announce to the publio that I aa appointed Bole Agent for Ueavln 1c HetvMn's famous Drank of (land Made Sour Mash Bourbon Whisky, or Leltohflold, Ky.., whloh Is guaranteed to be pure. W.L.IIKAVIN, Role Agent. v Clavarpoti, Ky. -- Choice ,,,.., Al'PLttt). Fanoy Ben Davit and Rone Beauti ,,, ,! ,...,. JOUti 35 ( 20 1 in 48, Faney Wine Saps Choice ,...,r... Faney Oenaettlng " if WOli. Alatt UY BOWMER. , HAMBLETON , , "olw,n ", Faswy Creenlngs FaiwyBaldwIns Inferior grades ......,.,:,,.v.;...l , , , j u T, ,wiW(,.ljlhls. ,;.! i,....,l JW 76 4a 1 to 7 to 1 W M to I to 1 T M to CLOVERPQrVTKY. 71" T 1 ' S ,it ,j 71 to 1 85 ulH J . - - - -