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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 27, 1892. ' i ' TUB BEST AD VERTI8IN- - I MedlanUn.n'reckenrlIge and Aleade counj tli. We have reference to the BltKCHi UNUIUGU NEWS ofcouree. VOL XVI. -- NO. 40. &. VS Wi; ' m1 . s i- ' iff BlirimJ warn WW ' I" - ft" - JTnf IK fuU. .KST-DetV- BOO HOVN Pl.fS i -fcM-- U - ffl JtJ v, (09 IF nnr r t J KnOT MFOTWll r ,. Lk i rj r If 7 mt OH!l , Stop ! Stop ! Stop AT THE ! I1 Third Street Planing MANUFACTURERS OP M 5 :) - Bankrupt BUY - 4V YOU NONE such: BREADS You will find everything you want to eat : STORE Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Bracket kSt- - ., W '! ' LiM fifb k i DOOR & WINDOW FRAMES, MOULDINGS wood-workin- MET rou voun SDAILY we guarantee ENTIRE! iSATISFACTION. It approaches nearer that gran- w E b ! --- -i VirfljSV S WUrtMfJl I B!ffill) II SUGAR, COFFE, Wo wish to Inform tho Building Public that the Third Street Planing MllUJi FLOUR, MEAT, been refurnished with tho latest improved VEGETABLES, machinery, and thatwe , , . .. - . 1.. !.l. uu kiuus .1 uuuucrs CANNED GOODS, iuu .huh reuuj-- ito luriiimi 'II 1.1. 1. 01 I...I1.I muienai in our ,. sucu as riooMra, I uno, CIGARS, Ceiling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, &c. Pi-TOBACCO, Can furnish material either in Poplar or Long Leaf Yollow Pino, tho fln FIGS, iiiiiniuiiK luuiui-- i uvui iu hub my. iiuve juoi. rucuiveu iou,uvu leot oi ciear seasonci RAISINS, ETC. ellow Poplar. And a largo shipment of In fact everything in the g . .1 rSt!V ,?!' ? Ifet safH 4BFJ I "Tl - -- Groccry&Corifeciionery Line SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS f 6TUI. FIHtNI tTrttfENIOH f s- - A p ular perfection which has made Spring, wheat flour famous the 'world over than any other brand manufactured in this section. That is tho verdict of thoso who have tried both. If you want tho best OFM ilili'i P JJt mMJi"&t $' i ffir. Ll- - .uu NmTCRPwTr OMtWtt &j"t- AnxtHiNt-M4t.-MtRXTK- S r TSit KtCJC C0KWtS3WiHA &ffiill wVs'now TTSk 7 ?V TO VtLP HWKne W. WCCORO Thankful for past favors. Respectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in waiting upon you. Wo are ablo to competo with any other planing mill in this section of oounfif and you can save ten per cent, by seeing us before purchasing olso where. 5 4rj Tho trado of Brcckenridgo nnd Perry counties especially solicited. ? 'l J. H. Moorman, Manager. I. Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPORT, KY., W. HARPER'S WHISKEY. caro-fully R By tt.to 8i AND The medical fraternity, backed up by compiled statistics, Is almost a unit In declaring that a moderate uio of stimulants conduces to long life. It Is alio admitted that an old whiskey is by far the belt stimulant Leading physicians retbat can be usod. commend the I. W. Harper Whiskey, because It Is pure, possersed of a superior llavor and bouqet, and la not offered for sale until It Is old and thoroughly matured. Sold by M. HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO. 4 East Main St., - 7. FOl'IIAM, Cloverport, Ky. 3TO From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL Buy i to Mm 8 Wholesale and retail prices promptly quoted, and orders for it or anything in our lino filled tho game day received. m prinei -- i rrrr m :; yBMKJrxJ.) IrYiragrton MILLING IRVINGTON ,KY. GompaLntj, fiiiii8iiiiiflMtf)sliMt Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. SCHEDULE TIME TuklilK' Effect 4t5i00o'clck Wett Sound 63 ro. is. U, Wednezday July STATIONS Mall Dally 1 23, '9! Traini Eatt Bound Tram. M Kxrr' Dally '625pm 6 41) Mall & Expr'a Dally Kipr's Kxpr'. Pally 7 iftain 8UU 720 7 21 7 47 8 41 It '817 757 807 811 827 8 37' 8 47 8 55 845 900 908 917 9 21 9 28 9 34 9 44 952 1000 1010 905 911 921 915 9 30 9 46 1015 1023 1027 1030 10 41 00 0 05prr Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 8 80 Kentucky, St. 12 45 8 05 West Point 1205 12U2pm 8 02 Howard Hock Haven U45im 7 47 7 40 Long Branch 1138 7 31 llramlenburg 1121 7 27 Meade Spring! 1125 1119 7 23 Ekron 1111 715 Guitnn 1102 655 Irvlngton 6 48 1053 Webster 1045 I.odlburg 640 1035 631 Pierce 1030 Si.... pie 626 618 Stephensport 1023 Addison 951 1060 10 01 1100 1111 1118 1121 11 1010 1018 1021 10 '28 y 10 84 1135 1162-- 1060 1102 1111 1131 1207pm 1210 1227 12 30 1240 Ilawesvllle Petrie I'alcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Owensboro Cloverport Shops Skillman Holt 1018 1015 1001 967 9 44' US) Worthlngton 1140 Spottsville 7 37 101 1165 IlaskeUs 729 1205pm 111 lv 715im 1220am 1 25pm ar.IIendc-i'- Mattingly Stanley 93d 920 920 915 909 851 837 827 815 800 755 613 610 667 663 640 622 515 611 605 6 30 4 48 4 35 4 25 413 4 0', 365 337 329 315pm s LouisvI'le(HardInsburg& Western R, R. fNo. 2 TIM TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JUIiY 29, 1801. West Hound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun, ex Sun. No.5 No. STATIONS, Bast Hound Trains Daily1 Dailj 9 30am 1 ex Bun. er Sun I No. 2 No. 6 835 815 760 715 7 UJOam Ly Irvlngton Ar Garfield 1210pm Warned 1236 Hardlntburg 1242 Kirk 118 Jolly 130 Glendeane 148 Deuipktcr 165 215pin ar FallsUough lv Ilockvale 260 Huth 302 311' Atkins 329 Oaks 05 6 44 6 34 614am 5 64 6 29 6 21 4)QpniArJfordvillnl,.v 600 4 45am THETOUISVILLE&ST, LOUISAIR LINE. In tho course of the night it began to rain, anil tho next morning the creek along which wohnd herded tho cattlo waa a running flood with enough water in it to float a gunboat. Some of tho cattlo were on oue side of this torrent and some on the other, and Bell and myself with two others were ordered across to drive the animals overt We had to swim our horses, and as my companion could not swiui I kept closo to his side. With an oath ho whispered to me, "I'd rather have a battery fire on mo than go back over that crik." The cnttlu wo were sent after appeared to have as much dread of the flood as had "Bell. They bolted into the woods, and then began a race on our part to head them tff, work which the two armed won were quite willing wo should' dp. We dashed into the woods after a steer, and by tho time wo had turned him wo must havo been at least half a mjle from the rest of tho party. Our horses were quite as good as any with ,'the 'sergeant. There was no need v for consultation. A glance anil Uoll ana ,jiiysclf understood each other. Wo left the steer to take caro of lilmseir, aim at a gallop we made for tho south, the direction of Atlanta and of Sherman's army. We had learned from the sergeant tho night before that wo were in Cherokee county and not more than thirty miles in a straight lino from Marietta, which was In Union hands. Wo kept n the byways, never slacking our speed till noon, when the poor, steaming animals reeled as if they must fall, When it became evident that thoy could not stand the strain and that wo could make better timo on foot, particularly as wo were in the Alatoona hills, we dismounted, took off the bridles and saddles, and gave freedom to the noble creatures who had served our purpose so well. In the afternoon the booming of guns could be heard in the direction of Atlanta, and tho sound urged us on as a a jaded steed. Wo had not spur-doe- s eaten slnco morning, but although wo could seo lights after nightfall we decided to run no risks, but to go without (ood for a week, if need be, or till we reached our lines. Wo slept on the crest pf a woodpd hill, and with the first gleam of day wo wore up. but early though it was tho guns that had been silent jdur-jn- g the night were again booming in sullen eqljoea along tho hills, Keeping iu the woods and shaping our oourso .ly,the sound, we continued on till noon, when wo met an. old black wan in tho woods. He had a Ung'of corn. us mtl on his shoulder, and ho gavothirsome, which wo ato raw, for it was ty hours since wo had tasted food. This man told us it was about ten miles to Marietta, but ho advised us not to keep on as wo were going, for there was a largo body of Confederate cavalry between us and our destination. . & . (. E, A ST. L. R. U.) OHAPTEH XI. IK TUB UNION LINKS AT LAST. SHORTEST, QUICKEST AKP BP3T LINE TO , ckc c r. It. louis, Evansville VHP ATTt POINTS mr: V-r-.-,r atooim mountains, that r;over tho northeast of tho passi then held by our troops, though wo did not know that our friends were only five miles away, with no serious obstacle intervening. This was tho pass which a few weeks afterward tho Yankeo General Corso held with a handful of gallant fellows against tho desperato assaults of the Confederate General French's corps. At tho risk of interfering with my direct narrative, I will say that the famous hymn, "Hold the Fort, for Wo are Coming," had its origin in this bloody tight. When Sherman found that Corso was being attacked by an overwhelming force, with tho nearest help twenty-tw- o miles away, ho signaled, "If you can hold ont till night help will bo up." Coreo signaled back from tho midst of his dead aud dying, and with tho enemy swarming about him, "I'll hold out till hell freezes over." And ho did hold out, though I ha"o no reason to bollovo that tho temperature has cliauged in tho place referred to. In our terrible nnxioty wo forgot oui hunger aud did not daro to rest. It rained every night and often in the conrso of tho day, owing, no doubt, to tho continuous firing of the enemy in the defenses of Atlanta aud tho hammering away of Sherman's beseigers. Now and then, when wo cuino upon a clearing, it did not tell of a human abode near by, but rather suggested tho dwelling place of tho spirit of desolation. On tho trees surrounding tho fenceless flVld the scavenger crows cawed In conventions that told that they had grown fat and prosperous. They did not fly away at 'our approach, for they had becotno.fear- less of or indifferent to living men. On heavy wing the loathsome buzzard hovered over the huge chimneys from which tho woodon houses had been burued away, or hero and- there roso slowly from the carcass of a horso or a mule, only to return when wo had passed on. Frequently by tho roadsido between Wilton and Aoworth we came upon mounds recently thrown up, sometimes the width of ono man, and again long enough to hide a score. Tho soil of that land Is particularly red, but it needed no activity of the imagination on this occasion to force on our minds unother reason for tho sanguinary lmo of tho earth. Tho clearings bordering the roads were pitted by tho hoofs of cavalry horses. The trees back of hastily constructed obstructions had mapped on their bullet scarred side3 and blistered arms tho story of stubborn assault and desperato defense. Tho roads were now red. nm rnttod rifts, strewn wtih tho debris, of broker wagqus, splintored gunstocks and tho flotsam and jetsam that mark tho ebb and flow of .the battle's tide, There is a, sublimity in tho desolation of the desert, where nature erects her arid barriers against man's possession! but the there is a horror indescribable desolation of war wllPU witnessed, by one Who juts, had hq liumt in UiQ destruction. On tho afternoon of Aug. .1, and whon nearly starved into insanity, my stout hearted friend and myself came on an ash heap in tho woods. About the place were pieccB of broken crockery, rusty culinary tins, blankets hastily abandoned, a child's hood, a pair of llttlo shoes much worn at the toes and a dilapidated doll with ono red stocking on its remaining leg. Evidently this had boon tho camp of a family flying from the army, and they must havo been hurried from tljo place,. Tliq child's, shoes, and hq tlolj told all this niyt nuclj liiqrq.' Ju pur' gearch wq found, about a, peck qf sweet potatoes,, a few ears, pf'un vqsked green corn, and, ahqit ftis pounds. o bacon fled lip in a corn, saefc. Wq devoured fcoina pf tho,' meat ojq corn posing armies. When" within about "n hundred yards of tho ilro I hoard loud voices, and, with my heart leaping liko a wounded tiger, I halted and compressed my lips to get my brain and my hair under control. Prepared for flight if the situation should warrant It, I dropped on my hands and knees and "snaked" toward tho fire. Two men in lagged Confederate uniforms, onu with a bandage about his ln'ad and the other and younger of the two with his arm in a sling, were lying down and'Iooklug up at my companion, as I had often seen woundud prisoners look up at their captors. Bell moved about aud kept on talking liko a mxn who.,was master of tho situation. I advanced at once to tho Are, assured that these men were wounded deserters from Hood's army, aud my surmiso proved to be right. When I canio up Bell introduced me to tho Btraneera, of whose names I took no note. They were Confederate cavalrymen from Meridian, Miss. Thoy had recently been wounded by General Garrard's troopOrs in the attack on Decatur, nnd were now trying to make their way back to their old homes. The poor fellows were thoroughly licked. Ono of them, who had been at Center college, Kentucky, when the war broke out, and who was a fino young fellow of' unusual intelligence, as ho pressed both hands to his wounded head though 1 am sure it was not to easo the pain of tho saber cut said: "Since the day Joe Johnston left ua I've felt that tho game was up. Every death in battle after this is a murder. Myself ami my friend want to get homo and to stay there till our wounds are healed, then, as wo no longor havo a country, we'll mako our way to Mexico and fight against Maximilian. My God I it would havo been hotter for both if wo'd been plan tod on tho fu Id." The certainty of final success mado me forget my own sufferings and anxiety, in sympathy with theso bravo fellows. Each had a good supply of bread and meat In Ids' haverback, to Bell had no troublolngtUiug us up a fair suppei. After it was over I got a can of water from a spring near by, aud, as I was Bomowliat vain of my surgical skill, I washed out tho stiff bandages aud dressed their wounds, neither of which was serious enough to prevent travel. For this attention our Confederate frionds were full of gratitude. ITS: y? 41 SPRING is here. So is our stock of FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS, NEW GOODS Como nnd examine our goods for yourself. ! Wo havo tho largest lot of Ginghams, Ladies' Dress Goods, and Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, " Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Lcather"Bclting, Iron and "Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. M& PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. Q-I'V-- -- $: ''Jm Kl ro in tho city. i o jsr s. "FTTPTOTTTTPTi' Tho regular and reliable Furniture dealer is always on hand with a full stock Including Sewing Machines, CoRlnsJ Burial Caskets TTS A. "PTTPTVrTTnTT-RIT. OALL. ! Wo oficr you uargnhiH in hoth QUALITY AND PRICES. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." w,nV7 MlOHttHL lH ! ,, "Pttuvttttt?!?.! nHmiviHN, fttHf rII- MjmSU V, W 9- - Vt3l rhv VIsHTIr tu a Jf - y VV4J 1 I A .c. i r Tfcr H - 1 WITT 5. MEAD0R, HflRDINSBURG. KY. 1 ri IHBBBBWHP'SSB-S--lHbBBBBB- -I j f 'IhHh Picture City Bakery and Confectionery, Frames, T.tmmtiiita i " ETln - . V, uu xjs I r SJ A 1 I 5T -- You will find constantly a full stock of Fresh B read, Rolls, CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. Also n !ll-- -i .1 ll.-.1 1. ML.. sucu, quality consiuuruu, uiub uu icgiumuiu houso can undorsoll him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let tho price ho what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices bo- foro purchasing elsewhere. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot , uu uuuurauiu. iu. xiii.iiuii.ii, uiuvi;iiuii, jvy, JT TT! prices snail nis ' - fi a . " r - "HT. ,x '" iWf1 STEPHENSPORT taw s SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. excel- full lino of Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, and an CHRIST AND JOSEPH BEST, Prop's. r t MANUFACTURER OF lent assortment of Fresh and Puro Candies, Everything fresh and clonn. Wo solicit your ordors for cakes and confections for special occasions ;W) SHingles, Laths, Capital, Hogshead Staves K.y. :- fro Pfl CONTINUED. WEBSTER. Mr. Linn Black was in town Saturday And Dimension whiohwo'ftro proparcd to fill on short notice. Weit and Tims-Car- South-Wes- t, d ia Effect Seijt, ' Aw 8t. Iioul. Ly. "LoHlivIlle 8il0 7i40 a.m,..:l5 ' , ' f.. lOjflap.m JUaniTllie 125 For farther Information, call od or addresa R.. A CAMPBELL, -- ea'l ' ' ...7:40 ' p.ro...4:2J p.m . nil Paw. Ag't, Evanif U'e, S.i!iJ. , n CUS8 YOUl" ' J, -- CAMPBELL, ""YANKEES, A. Kqajirllle, Ky W, Oar, Th'rd A Main 8t D.P, - T 'UIIIX; CtfyTleket Offl.S, i , ' Fr6m July 80 to Aug. 1 Bell and I re malnod in hiding in tho densowooda 1 . Quaiterjy meeting last Saturday and Sunday, Tho mnuons of this town are talking of building a hall, Mr. Lem English has been confined to his bed for several weoko. Mr. Jas. Skillman, of Ilardlusburg, is visiting in this community. Miss Victoria Payno is tho guest "of Miss Annie and Oina Claycomb this week. Mr, Sam Pool, of Irvlngton, attended church hero Sunday and lost his hat. Poor Sam Mr. Wado Drury, of BowleyvlHc, was tho guest of Miss O.nia, Clycflmh Su.U' day ovp. '4'hp iwwa will rgani?o a hnso kill duh very tsoon, ami i ho TCii'ly (ar plnylnjt n a short tiyu,p, A, mail dpg; passed through Irvlngtun last Monday, hlghtlng Mr. John Boyd tint did not draAY blood, upland ltajtor got drunk ono day Inst iin.4 H Hfc riiV fl".? Vurnlng-jmnge'ilS pw, week, nnd got hold ot a gun and cnnio appeased, tjiat Bel W"s partly reca.He4 jiohad, a flint jmd steel, jmd. that near shontinjj Jns. Stewart. this wqu.l! bo an ofcplloni pincq to camp This community was shocked to hear for the night, of tho death of Col. Alt Allon, a man It was now noar sunset, and whilo my honored by all who knew hint. companion was making a Arc, which was to he extinguished in soon as all the March winds bring colds, coughs, sore provisions wore cooked, I wont off to ex- throat, hoarseness and bronchial trouamine tho surroundings. bles. Your dealer guarantees Lightning It was so near night when I returned Cough Drops to euro all these ailments, to Bell that I could seo tho glow of tho camp through the trees farin front, yet and Itov. J. B. Fenthor, Jollytown, Pa., this assurance of his safety aud where- says: "Wo havo used Lightning Cough abouts did not draw mo away from a Drop3 In our family as occasion seemed caution that had become habitual. I to require, and found them good. I am kept in the shadow of the trees in ad' intlsfled that thiy will do vhat'& claim' ' vnnclng, as if we were pickets of tho op ed for tlumi.' ' ' .. t i i i 1 ii 1 1 ' CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Oor. Wall and Poplar Sts. Stephensport, 50,000. Stuff. CLOVERPORT, KY. GUSTON. The Tradesmens National Bank OP THE CITY OF NEW YORK. treated himself to a now set of harness as an Easter present, It lias cellelold 201 BROADWAY. Misses Cora Ashcraft and Bettio trimmings, with gold bridlo front piece. Young, of Sandy Hill, oro In town last Organlied a -- State Sank 1823 Under National Act 1865. is a beauty great credit It week shopping. upon tho harness department of F. M. Mrs. Jesso Ashcraft nnd Mrs. Davis Osborno where jt is being made. James Granniss, Pres't, Oliver F, Berry, Cashier Logan C. Hurray, Young, of Sandy Hill, were In town Inst Tho excitement among tho darkles last weok dealing, CORUESrONDENCK INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITED. week was, very high caused by tho Mrs, Wohaixl Wmthor, of Ekron, is of "a now coon in town" who spending novoral day with her mother, performed Boveral wonderful tricks, ho Mrs. Mary Munford. would tako largo pieces of glass in his Mr, Chas. Hoard was presented ilth a mouth, chow it up and swallow it, also handsome open faco gold watch on tho swallow largo carpet tacks, ten penny first day of April, instead of the usual nails, blow his breath on your poekei April fool. handkorchlef which seemed to causo It HARDINSBURG, KY. MIm Alice Iladdox, who has been to hurst into flames, besides several I havo just been in Loulsvillo purchasing n now stock of Millinery Goods for spending tho winter with her uncle, Mr. other tricks. Somo of tho negroes say my Spring trado. You are invited to attend my Georgo Richardson, returned, last weok, thoy beliovo ho Is part "dovil." to her homo iu Louisville. On last Tuesday morning, April 12, 12 Died at her homo in Big Spring April llttlo Pauline, oldest child of Dr. aud All the latest Rtylcs in Hata and Trimmings will bo displayed and an krt given 17th nt 4 o'clock a. in. Mrs. Margaret Mrs. P. B. Anderson, of Guston, died of Johnson, wfo of Sidney Johnson. Sho croup. The bereaved parents havo tho tho lorik- - of what thoy ahould wear this Spring nnd Summer. was alllicted with heart trouble, and was sympathy of tho community, yot thvw sick only a short whllo. loss is hor gain. Mr. Mack lUchardson ulio is having a "Now hear these tale xwy anil in, V 0TI0I. NOTICE. FRU11 GRIWERS! v no for oy)j;j.iUi I log to tbe Mblle now depot erected at Ekron, has beon (le vp your allil tljat would Make your orJsi j tk of Oetolier amli appointed Sole Acenttofor BmtIb AtU I sm oW you, the JtostiiU's 9jirrS.l,vlor, V"M staying in our depot lor tho last wecl we will fltuWk j ay kind of famoai Drunk or Jlo-- 4 Mul Bvut Mm ijto AtV lUlk bmum must fall. taking itoms, so that ho will bp torouh-l- y U Whisky, of LeiWsfteM, )Ym ths view and illo away, MtfM IW tB v TBPW g--frWT fcTiXt guaranteed to be pure. acquainted wlh luUjfSH Vy tho And tnn will tho fruit appear. yf.i.HtxYiy.iumLii. aNHcstxr-o. Tho grain that seem lost in the earth below tlmo his biilhiW is ready, tho first of 0ltfpwrt, Ky. and-reflec- ts I Vice-Pres- 't. MIL LIN ER Y SUTTON MRS. S. C, SON9 SPRING OPENING APRIL . - i' rrii i' 3 and 13, , :ls. s. o. STTTo:o3sr bot. tt an-MWi U ta -I-MB X," iof May. ' Mr. Tlios, Lyddan, near Wobster, has i . i Will return many fold In the ear. Ity death come lire, by lost dom galfi, The Joy for the tear, (In; fytyl twin," ZACK. GREEN, MAKDINBlllUfl M raj KrrtVrg Narsery, f '- - "- - - - - --" """'; '.' "TT ,i- -. '. - . -- " "' i p"L J" - - - ' ''ill l' I , " ih;ll'MW. .! ,f ., IIav m ' um yoir hw ojmw. nd Jnek bill printed JWttBlFfl&W' n . gT$ i'!!liiifiKi.Siffi iJhpsjF' '"y'i"5E7w'.wi?F',3?-'- "fflffffffPTi mi II II mil liTiwwrf. . ... --a- agi ir " ' """TriTTHTri-- rr " -- 'ihiim linn ttt - rv r- - ' ,jy,yjMiawyiWHWww!-''Mi ,"r9f.W "', inaB&i5SSmSsSBS&?fTii?wl.s ""nn'Tr-TiniwintiBMiiiii-i " i.i. HqWpWP - -- nrr,7; e",:a . . " , .1 'T ' 'i J f. lir r j wf ,jn.ri yv ,S5""",v: . !! 'imnKw jh u p j li unuiiimiiiiinwnipnnmnwfj J1- - . - ' -A uj fll. li j . unnwuimuuuri IrrTj'n?riTrir niivvo. Killton and .. MiMiro WEDNESDAY, ArjlIL 27, 1892. JKO D. & VIRGIL. G. HAI1HAGK, "Jt '" t & T. Local Tlmo Card. and Express going Eaat ..10.01 a.m. " " West -- 10.4 1 a.m. JKXPrsM " East S.J7 p.m. JstWM rf Xf, St. L. - Proprietors. - " f, $ ecal freight ' " Kait West wt o j m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. ANNOUNCEMENT. "TVe are anthorlzcd to announce II. P. Heard ClLrdlrubutp, a a candidate to represent the J)emocmcy of the Fourth Concrculonal District Vt the National Democratic Convention at N Chicago. rw- ' v $K arc authorized to announce 11. S. Sklllman i a candidate for to the office of Clr- I nit nerk, auiiject to the action ot the We- party. iiocriiuc Ve xur uiruuib uier&. ,f ,,, T 'l'S, J , , U U4T .X. 4.'V M T $tlZ "IlE PREDOMINANCE PLE. OF PliJNCI- - Justine. There is nothing that will add 4y Aa .InlMflt uA. u.l .!1.J ...!-.!WUI UCHUlt JIU11I u IJgllb I1I1U11HI', Uilll iwop.o ciing to u regardless oi me ue- Mgns oi men to ailjiist it to selfish uses. .&&? 'Tho "doctrino of tariff reform is based . rr, upon principles oi rigiit anu justice, and until there is something done on this ,3nit t UIVVIVWIIIICIUU ItiUjUilbJ' Ul lilU V J !. mtvniniitnlit n mi.Ii.!ti nfil.n i Atiiorirnn tonnnln trill nlinrr - !. tilnn Si mill (Iptnnnd rnfnrm nu lliov lin vn .w. w w u ..wi xta.u fne j. tight years. U:x . f Their ideas were, embodied in Clcvc- t. ' land's TariQ Mcssace. and verv naturallv ' loy look to him as the champion of rc- form. Although ho might liavo dono or Lk L tlLfjS 'l something in regard to other issues ( that failed to find favor with tho major- ity, they aro willing to overlook such " actions and keep in view tho principlo of wliich ho is the champion. Other good Democrats, anxious for tho , Tresidential nomination. raino thnir Jiooms with ease and become very prom- 'j ; or a mei " they as quickly dc- generate and retire. It matters not how 2 Jfc' B,,ont Cleveland may bo, no acts-o- f I' pothers can prevent his being tho most f prominent candidate or the nomination. iim;iiiu iiiui, iuu icuiiu uiuiuur, V P4pf. l or Cleveland is tho necessary a omgrowiu oi tno desire to see tins pnn- - l sn. TniNCirLEs govern tho world. Men nro ephemeral, but principles nroevcr- .. K t K,ncnt 'fr . Jranil KjUBl'llI t tflilBnirln Wllo ln nnt TTia .1Mnl..nttrtn n flitnnn an .mint n .'inlA.ti fn. titmnnH f.iiii:ijMU. 'v .f Wi L ft C , . fjm . ir j.iiu iiioiurj' of tho human raco is ono of aflluence on i u - i uiuauuir uuu ciusa uuui uiijiruESHiuu uu i oi anoiuer. o.ne means oy which this difference is irniduallr crcat-, ., , ... ...r.,: ;.i .uu may lor yuunt go umiiscuvurcu, out lllAv vill lllrimntftlv nqntltiut uiifli nrn. Tinrtinnn na' in rnvnnl llinmuolvka nnil uy somo mnu 01 revolution restoro an vji.Luij' iui ln equilibrium. In time tho designs of men develop the same opposing elements and another tllA-TTnlt- y r.V, r 1 S ' 1 j.y t 4 revolution is required. The people of .tntna tifiur enn tlin rinant et tho two extremo conditions why tho rich are becoming richer and tho poor poorer anu two years ago a revolution was becun at tho noils, and in next No- l..ll VU111111141.U 111 111U nntnlt. .Altlltn. W (1111 (Ktlmmniii ... 4lin IJOIUU- ) U41tl.ru. lh hshment of principles that promise re- nci to tne oppressed and a just distriuu- uuu oi iuu ruwarus oi moor, ducu con- dition is impossible under the present Bvstcm of hich tariff. If v. ..uat s The boom articles of the Bkeckk.n- ninaE EW8 may sometimes be a little "feverish," but these accounts of our rapid progress and descriptions of our largo and increasing commercial and manufacturing establishments are all written in the present tense, while those of our esteemed Owensboro exchanges aro extremely jimjamy and uncertain "willbcs" and "maybes." Thisis just the difference in tho two places wo aro already rapidly on tho advance and far along tho road of push and go, whilo Owensboro may, in tho far distant fu- 4ii neniiti. I1VIOVII frsttn ttti Eilrxiltfi.l 1111V, uiuuou lmrcnlf iiu.it 1i.i OllllltUI cilinlrn Vlll ciln. OllttltW fYt tin. litilin.. 111111 ..uln. DlVGjIj lllt tUlUHtljJ, n..fl llltllVU somo little show of life by prancing around tho starting olc, but by that time Clovcrport will already have won As the man that worships at a Mohamtho race. medan Mosquo is not a Christian, so is the man that alllliatcs with the RepubMexico has given out tho intimation licans not a Democrat. Ho may proclaim that sho does not wish the return of tho his Democracy from the housetops, but flags mementoes of her defeat and humilwhen he is found skulking in the enemy's iation which were captured by us dur- camp, his actions belio his words, and his ing tho Mexican "War, and this "graceful Democratic friends feel sorry for him, act of friendship and pledge of good feel- whilo his pretended Republican friends ing" on tho part of tho United States laugh in their sleeves. toward tho Republic of Mexico is probably pigeonholed forever. When wo "Pansy," "OurLittlo Men and Women" como to think of it, wo were acting about and "Baby Land," I). Lothrop Co's as liberal and charitable as tho pick- beautiful little monthlies for May are all pocket that magnanimously offers to out and filled with bright things for chilreturn tho empty purbo to its owner after dren. They are tho most entertaining ho lias extracted the contents. books for children, published, and when once introduced into n family there is no Had Hugh. Mulholland, the Republi- getting along without thorn. They are of 1'aducah, who was so cheaji, too, that any family can have can convicted for stealing registered letters them. out of tho mails, been a Democrat instead of a Republican, the Republican Tuvr little Republican kick in Now papors would have announced tho fact York against the nomination of Itro. with flaming head lines ; but as ho is a Harrison will not amount to nnythlng. Republican they say nothing about it, All tho opposition Mr. Harrison has ever and Democratic papers have too much had has been silenced in tho person of respect for tho feelings of Republicans James G. Rlalne. Tho Rcpulicans will who aro not thioves, find who would not nominate Harrison and no ono olse. betray a trust that was rejwacd in them than to mention his politics. Mn. Urey Woodson, Editor of the Owensboro Messenger, has received tho Se.vatoh Yoiiiieen, of Indiana, is of tho appointment as ono of the Railroad Comopinion that Cleveland cannot win if ho missioners by Gov. Drown. Tho position gets tho nomination. Of course ho can- is a responsible ono anil pays a salary of not if prominent Democrats liko Mr. $2000. Mr. Woodson deserves it, and wo Vorhees go into tho campaign undor a congratulate him on his good luck. cold collar. "When tho nomination is given Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Vorhees The Legislature whitewashed that should turn himself loose in his own business at Georgetown in fino State and tee that it comes up right. order. Now thoy proposo to go a step further and restoro Mr. Curtis to his It is pretty well determined in tho position as Secretary of tho Revisory Legislature that our Judical district will Commission. ipclttdo Hancock, Drcckenridge, Meado, Hardin and Grayson counties. In that The man, in whoso soul tho divine event Breckenridgo will furnish a candi- principles of Democracy throb, is nlwaya date for Circuit Judge, Grayson two and found worshiping at tho Democratic other counties yet to hear from. shrine. Btruotod With Gen. A. .1. Gross out of tho way Cigars, tobacco all tho best brands tho Hon. A. R. Montgomery will have a kept by J. II. Glasscock. to Congress. Tho conviction of Sam Harrison to n walker over for Dr. Ed. Hayes and wife, Clovcrport, life sentence in tho penitentiary for kill arc visitingrelatlvcs inlhis place. ing Edward Thompson, tho Marshal of The News is glad that other towns in Tho trial between Rurl Heard and Cal. llardinsburg, ought to bo n lesson to tho tho county aro prosperous and building Rasham ovor their horso and mulo trade His punishment might tip along with our own, and Ilarncit is was in progress In tho Circuit Court yeshavo been death, but that was a matter to be congratulated in this respect. terday. that was left to tho discretion of tho jury. Old man, Charley Douglass, colored, They choso to give him a lifo sentence, Cleveland has written a got a judgment in tho Circuit Court and as thoy did so under their oaths and letter to a prominent Democrat of Chatfrom tho sworn testimony in tho case tanooga in which ho doubts tho wisdom against the gypsies for $10 damages in horso trade. tho public will not complain. Either of again putting him in nomination. punishment is bad enough, and a life Don't fall to call at Mrs. S. A. Ilaffey sentence to Harrison in tho penitentiary 2,000 Oursubscription list is climbing & Co. and sco thoso beautiful life sio will bo attended with many bitter pangs. right nlong to tho L',000 mark. 1,700 is portraits given away with every $10 Wo do not condone his offenso in tho what it is now and at tho rate it is now worth of goods. " "' least, but wo aro glad that tho dignity of going it wont tako it long to reach it. Ho.v. DAvid R. MuitKAY, Grand Mastho law has been upheld ; that tho de- Everybody takes it. Why not you ? ter Workmen of tho A. O. U. W. of Kenfendant was given a fair trial. His puntucky, has appointed Col. John H. ishment was not too severe. In a drunkof Owensboro, a delegate to tho The Mayoralty raco in this city has deen condition he took the lifo of a good veloped into a squaro out party fight. Supremo Lodgo to. bo hold in Helena, "' K" citizen and a bravo ofllcer. Rut for tho C. E. Light foot is the regular Democratic Montana in June. fact that Harrison was filled up with bad nominee and It. N. Miller is thq RepuNotice. All parties indebted to Witt whiskey, tho crime might never have oc- blicanCitizens candidate. Democrats & Meador aro hereby notified to como in curred. Ho got drunk and set tho law at of courso will Btand by the nominee. and settlo their accounts for 1891. Wo defiance. He was a bad character in this positively mean business, and cannot way, becauso ho had been advised to What is that down at Hopkinsvillo afford to indulge you longer than ono stay sober and abide by tho law. Rut that thoy call a river? The Hopkins- year. Respectfully, Witt & Meador. this ho did not do. Ho chose to go on villo papers stato that it actually got so Watches, clocks, spectacles, jewclry in his evil, defiant way, just as many high ono day last week that It would chains, guards, charms, rings, silverware, J . others have done, until he did some- lloat a skiff, and somo of tho citizens got violins, guitars, accordians, banjos, thing desperate, horrible, appallng. out their and made several trips music boxes, music in shcat instructors,- M. This do did in short order when ho got across tho turbid waters before it subfindings for instruments, findings for at it. Tilled up with whiskey he was sided. r, w sewing machines, repairs of all kinds in wholly indifferent to the consequences. the jeweler's art. Call and seo me, yours Harrison is not only a criminal Gen. Gross off for Hot Springs. He truly, T. C. Lewis. doomed to the walls of tho penitentiary, t YOU SHOULD WEAR NOTHING BUT Puts in a Good Word for B. F Sam Harrison got a sentence in tho citibut he carries tho blood of a fellow Beard. penitentiary for lifo for killing Edward How severe zen there upon his hands. Tho Ijouisvillo Times of Monday says: Tho following wcro tho must bo these reflections as they come to Adjutant General A. Gross was in tho Thompson. J. jurymen that tried tho case: Gid CarThey arc him in his sober moments. city this morning. Ho will leave toK sad to all of us, but to Harrison thoy morrow for Hot Springs, whero he in- man, Richard Carman, Jr., Rosco Davis, Henry Gibson, J. W. Atcr, Richard must bo extremely torturing at times. tends to remain several weeks for tho The evil act of that druukn hour when purpose of benefiting a severe case of Pcnick, John McCoy, Rod Butler, J. S. Slorton, Win. II. Robbins, Press Pike ho shed tho lifo blood of Edward Thomp- catarrh of tho nose and throat. The and T. L. Caley. Tho attorneys for tho son will haunt him as long as life shall General is not taking his usual hand in ? were Hon. Chapcze Wathan, last. When asked about Murray and Barnes, and for the defense politics just now. Then should we not heed a lesson from his candidacy for various posts which . evil doing. "Vcngancc is mine I will havo been connected with his name, ho D. R. Murray and Judge Mercer. The announcement of Mr. R. S. Skill-ma- n repay saycth the Lord." It is not for us replied : for to oflico of Circuit to take tho life of a fellow man. Wo had "I am not an aspirant for anything. I always better let the law deal w 1th crime am not going to run for Congress, and Court Clerk appears in this issue of tho and meet out its punishments to the will not be a candidate for delegate to News. Any comjient tho News could guilty. All men should bo sober and tho Democratic National Convention make upon the fitness of Mr. Skillman endeavor to resject and uphold tho law from my district. I have got two hun- for this position would seem superfluous. for the good of themselves and the com- dred acres of wheat which is looking as Ho has held the oflico two terms and so far as wo aro informed lias given satismunity in which they live. fine as a fiddle. If I can get back from faction to thecntiro public. It might bo Hot Springs with my health restored and Cait. A. J. Gross, touching the ques- find that my wheat field has prospered aigucd by somo that ho has held tho Vfl oflico long enough, but wo all know that tion of his raco for Congress in this dis- in a liko degiec I shall be nippy. the office of Circuit Court Clerk is nu trict, has addressed tho following letter I would liko to put in a good "Rut impottant one, nnd Mr. Skillman's exto the people of this district: word for my friend, Dr. IJ. F. Reard, of perience in it should mako his services "My name hai frequently appeared in the pubwho wants to go to the llardinsburg, to the public tho more desirable. Ho lic press for Ileprescutative in the United States 1 would liko to Chicago convention. I have also been the recipient of Congress, has been a life long Democrat and his many expressions, botli in person and by letter, bco the Fourth district select him as one candidacy is subject to tho action of that d from persons in various parts of the district of its representatives, and can cheerfully urging me to make the race. Especially has indorse him as a bterling Democrat and party. this been the case on the part of the good people In 18'J.T there will bo introduced under a worthy gentleman. His preference is of my count) fllreckcnridge). I find I can not the New Constitution a new order of comply with the request of my friends through-nu- t for Cleveland, but he will bo open to things under our judical system. Wo the district. On account of III health I am conviction should the unable to enter upon a canvass such as 1 would nomination bo made to appear unwise are to have three. Circuit Courts a year J. 0. IiOUKNE, DANIKL IMlOOKtS. J. M. IIAKPEIl, I will, therefore, not be compelled to make. instead of two. A new judical district, and impolitic." be a candidate. I desire, however, to return my somo new officers, and perforco changes most profound thanks to my friends who hate BROOKS & CO., generally. The point is for usin changDeafness Can't be Cured, indicated a desire to support me, and cspeciall do I feel thankful for the many expressions of by local applications, as they can not ing our courts to have them fixed in seasons of tho year. Wo don't confidence and willingness to support me bj the reach the diseased portion of tho ear. want them when it is too cold, neither people of llreckcnridgc count), vthcre I lite and There is only ono way to euro Deafness, do we want them when it is too hot, but am known." and that is by constitutional remedies. they should bo placed when the weather is middling like, and court lawyers and World's Fair Commissioners for Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- people caii attend to business, without, The CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. of tho mucous lining of the EustachKentucky met at Frankfort Monday, ami tion at tno samo time, having to contend with the following well known per- ian Tube. When this tube gets inflam- tho extremes of tho weather. It would selected of to call tho sons as Lady Commissioners: Miss Ida ed you have a rumbling sound or imper- be well enough to this point.attention tho Legislature BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. E. Symmes, of Louisville; Miss Lucy fect hearing, and when it is entirely Lee Hill, of Lexington, and Mrs. Susan closed Deafness is the result, and unless They aro all the inflammation can be taken out and P. Drown, of Owensboro. Wy famous for thoso two gifts intelligence this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; and beauty for which Kentucky women nine cases out of ten aro caused by aro noted the world over, and representative of whom Kentuckians may fuel catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. proud. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for People in Rreckenridge aro wonder- any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) ing why it is that tho Stato Commission- that wo can not euro by taking Hall's er of Agriculture does not send somo seed Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. into this section for freo distribution. CPi?SoId by Druggists, 7oc. Not a single package of seed has been sent to this county that is known of. T, Several parties havo written for them, but, as yet, have received no reply, and they are beginning to wonder what Mr. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OuINO WrST. Nicholas McDowell is there for. SENTENCED FOll LIFE. THE STYLE The proper thing to wear. The proper time to wear it. s. The III prfiper-jiricf- e to pay fof it. " ' For Ease, .Pi "1 r ' " Tlie nioiinr nlnrn In trot ' . ii- - V ( y, Comfort and .f .' CLOTHING, SHOES, -- Durability To-da- y yraswv .:.-.. : ' 7,s. r "- i. - jDurmsnng" uooas. ' '' Smart JOHN BULL & Co., SHOES. CLOYERPOBT, K ? 1 .isk-an- i.j2 ijg jCejiif ,rT?Cfe3?s.- -' fl VflPPfifNHHK&iJtiKW Tm7W7 ttiraa--b uri t ni Mr Miir B0UENE, HARPER, fav-orab- lo Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Will stand tho present season at James Hcnvln's, commencing April 11. 12 and 13, 18U2, at Ilud Pate's April 14, 15 and 18, ie turning every ninth day, and will serve mares at $A to insure a colt. Money due when fact Is ascertained or mare traded. Care taken to prevent accidents, but no responsibility .should any occur. DUSOUIITION AND PEDIOItEE t John Bull is a beautiful black, 10 hands high, 12 years old and weighs 1350 pounds. This horse Is well known as Jro It. Barr'f The Jack Wonder, Will make the season of 1892 Holt's Bottom. at my stable tn "Old Billy." WILLIS HOLDER. A fee of $10.00 will be charged to Terms Insure a mare In foal. Money due when the laot is ascertained or mare parted with. Wonder is hands high, black, voryl engtny, witu largo bone, head and ears. A good breeder, all his colts are bays or blacks, J. 0. STEPHENS. Ry si flon B0WMER & HAHBLET0R Passenger Dally arr. IIardlniuurg..l2:12 p.m. ooi.sn KAsr. Passenger Dally arr. llardinsburg.. 7:f0 a.m JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTIONThe Largest Stock of A . Court will adjourn this week. Retter get your 'tutors out now. Seed potatoes for sale by Hardin & Rrown. Mr. Meyer, Ruras, was in the city Monday. Go to Hardin it Rrown for your family groceries. Hon. V. E. Minor, Holt, Ky., was in tho city Monday. Miss Vitula Daniel is visiting in Louisville this week. Tho prosecution against John Shnwlin foi rape was dismissed. Mr. J. A. Dean, Owensboro, was hero last week attending court. Mr. J. W. Low is, ltraudenburg, is here this week attending court. Miss Lizio .Smith returned from Hawesville last Saturday. A number of parties went from hero to the Falls fishing yesterday. Mr. Current Casoy lias been appointed Dejmty County Clerk at Rosetta. You can getpuro whisky for medical purposes at my store J. If. Glasscock. Tho grand Jury returned twenty indictments nnd adjourned last Saturday, Tho election for councilmen and Mayor of tho city comes off next Monday. Mrs. Jesso Wright, of Louisville, is hero on a visit'to her father, Judge Mercer. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, of Louisville, aro in tho city visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Reelcr. A life sizo crayon portrait given 'away with every $10 worth of goods at Mrs. S A. Haffoy & Cos. All of the best brands of wines and whisky at my saloon. Daviess ten year old whisky. J. II. Glasscock. Miss Laflo Lnlfcist and Miss Fox, Clovcrport, were in the city last Saturday, tho guest of MiBif Eva Hensley. 8 HUUvAp 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. IHHHI Complete stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps on sale. A full line of PROVISIONS and GROCERIES. . REMEMBER THE PLACE. ' ' " KaiiflsflHsH I.vwama Democrats go to Chicago in- or Cleveland and Gray. This . .it., i .1 dJioiciitvwiuuierjUPJ ti ooiers gci ..... ... . BlUoiunoM. take IIHOWN'S IRON BITTKIIS. WeaVueaa. Malaria. Iodleeftlon and I'pu tub lir.oon, All persons indebted to Hensley, Jolly ct J)eJernetto aro hereby notified to eoinc.or.ward and settle and saVo costs. !- 14SMWI& - m: 7 :- :t ; ; - (' - ; ; r ;.!-' rz ' 'mX ' " "THflB te'YTifBffl - Breckenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge A IONG-FACED News!-1892.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. THE PBESBYTERIAN. BEST ASSORTMENT, NEWEST DESIGNS, HANDSOMEST PATTERNS, CHOICEST COLORINGS, AN ORDINANCE. IN Ordinance Providing forSidewalks on Certain Streets in tho City of Cloverport. Whereas It It deemed advtsablo and neces-tir- y by the Council to provide and conitruct tdewalka on both sides of High atreet from the western line of Third atreet to the Iron bridge acron Clover Creek and on both sides of Wall atreet from said bridge to Center atreet, and thenco on the loutb aide of Front itreet to the eastern line of Cbeitnut street, except aa hereinafter provided In this ordinance. 1st Therefore, be it ordained by the Council of the City of Cloverport ; That a competent civil engineer be employed by the street committee, whose duty It shall be to make plana and specifications of the grading necessary and requisite to construct good and durable sidewalks to be laid with suitable brick, with good and sufficient stone curbing to .hold the same ; the side walks to be not less than ten (10) feet wide and in all respects to be well laid and of briok of Cloverport manufacture. 2d. That said engineer shall prepare maps and specifications of the work required to be done under this ordinance, 'and estimates of the cost of the tame, in front of each lot, the width of sidewalk, the length of same, and tbe character of curbing necessary, and exhibit same to the Council lur Ita approval, modification jor rejection. The ground shall be brought to a proper and practical grade in front of the property of each lot owner, and shall have due reference to the wants of the publto In uniformity of grade. 3d Wben the Council shall have adopted plant and specifications for any wotk as provided in section 2 of this ordinance, said plans and specifications shall be filed with the clerk ot the Council for the examination and of all or any of the owners of lott'front lng on said streets, or any person Interested. It Is hereby made the duty of every owner of any lot or part of lot fronting on said street to grade, pave and curb the sidewalk in front of bis or her lot In accordance with and as directed In such plans and specifications, and is Is hereby ordained that he or she or they shall do to. 4th It It hereby made the duty of tbe Marshall of tbe city to prepare and execute a notice on all sasd lot owners notifying them that they are required by this ordinance to grade, pave and curb the sidewalk in front of bis, her or their lot in accordance with the plans and specifications thereof on file in the office of the Clerk of tbe Council. lie sLall designate the property Intended In bit notice so that It may be certainly identified and said notice shall be prop, rly executed oy delivering a copy thereof to the lot owner or his accredited agent or by leaving a copy thereof at the residence of tbe lot owner or such agent. He shall endorse his written returns on said notice showing how be has executed same, and shall return It to the cierk ot the Council, who shall carefully file away and preserve same, 5th If any lot owner shall iall or refure within thirty dayt after the execution of laid notice At herein before provided, to begin In good faith tbe grading, paving and curbing the tide walk in front of his, ber or their property us required by this ordinance, and prosecute the tame to completion with reasonable diligence, then and In such case the Council shall cause tbn tame to be done at tbe expense and charge ot the lot owner in front of whose property such sidewalk stall be constructed, and the cost thereof shall be a lien on the saiu property, which tbali be enforced aa provided tor in the "Act to Incorporate city of Cloverport," approved February 24th, 1881. 6tb it In the opinion of the said engineer, nnj slbewalknow existing shall be good and sufficient, he shall so repoil to tbe Council and it tbe Council approve same the lot owner shall not be required to grade, curb or pave same. Provided however, it shall be hit duty to report what repairs or alteratloes, if any, are necessary, and tbe provisions of this ordinance tball apply to such necessary ropalrs or alterations. 7th No existing sidewalk not constructed of brick and with none curbing, or not of drested or curbstone shall be deemed as good and sufficient and at complying with this ordinance. 8tb- .- Thit ordinance shall not apply to the property on the north tide of Wall street from Poplar street to Center street. Ub This ordinance shall be In force and effect from and after Its passage. alnfor-tnatl- Still Sho Looks Well and Is As Active As a Jay. CLOVKiiroRT, Ky., Apr. 21, 1892. Mb. Editou. With your permission n few reminiscences will not bo out of place. Thnt I have authority for tho following statements, would say that a residence of 52 years will go far in vindication nf n claim to priority that very few residents can lay claim to. Ouo little incident occurred in tho interim in which I was more interested than any others of my life, and that was a wise notion struck me to get married, and in my choice displayed more wisdom than any man in tho realm of my acquaintance, for she was the prettiest woman in cither Indiana or Kentucky that made here the most handsome in tho United States for theso two states take tho lead. So I hod tiio queen of tho Union, and to over 70, like tho jay bird, sho can jump from limb to limb. Of courso her cheeks aro not so rosy as in days long ago ; her face a little elongated, which becomes her quite well, as8hehas been a devout Presbyterian all her life. When I came from Hardinsburg here, quite a youth, I was cautioned not to eat much beef as there was trembles or milk sick in tho neighborhood, and to keep away from the river, for it was always damp and would give you chills. rt Thero was great rivalry between and Hardinsburg in a commercial point, and in those days Hardinsburg threw a great deal of her business to Ono old citizen stated Htephensport. ho went to Stephensport to go to Louisville because more steamboats passed there than did Cloverport. Of our present proportions it is needless for mo to speak, as the former landing has grown into a corporate city and spreading itself like a Fourth of July orator. As to mytclf I have little to say, as I am small of stature. Would, however, in answer to queries regarding longevity, say keep away from tho groceries, join the Methodist church, vote tho Democratic ticket and pay your debts, when you can. These will give a quiet conscience, and plenty of sleep. Then as tho cap stone of happiness marry when young-whi-ch With the writer did 60 years ago mellow feelings and well wishes for all and enmity toward none. I am dear sir your obliging servant, P. V. Duncan. P. S. My wife says lets begin u new for another 50 years. So keep a spaco in your excellent paper for a notice. to-da- y, Clov-erpoto-da- y. Wall Papers .a -- You needn't send to Louisville or any other city, but come to us for what you went in this line. We flifaraetee our prices as low as any other first-clas- s house In the country. tJno. D. B&Lke, KY. CLOVERPORT, Quite a number of persons from hero attended Easter services at tho Catholic church in Cloverport Easter Sunday. Quito a numlter of our farmers aro putting out strawberries. Tho growing crop looks well, and wo look forward to plenty of the fruit this season. Tho new road scraper was out on a parade Friday. James English driving 10 horses, George Hyde engineer and Bony Sanders fireman, while Commodore Polk and a half dozen others were stealing a free ride, and a poor little boy brought up the rear walking. All were happy as they were not far from Jake Loesh's. , Mr. W. D. Owen's new residence on East Avenue, better known as tho "Mountain House," is nearing completion. Mr. Victor Robertson, one of the dashing beaux of this community, has a position in an engineering corps in Ohio county. Mr. "Will Moorman is soon to retire from tho mercantile business here, and he, with Mr. Ernest Robertson, says they can do no better than bo "Millers." They will locate near our county seat. STEPHENSPORT. The Ohio is getttng to bo quite a river. W. II. Stiles went to Union Star Monday. Jos. Best went to Cloverport Saturday. Rev. Fallen held services in M. E. church Saturday evening. Sinking Creek is fall of logs belonging mostly to DowclLgJillwell. Mrs. G. W. Payne spent several days at her mothers nar Sample last week. Miss Lena Gilliland, of Sample, was tho gue6t of Miss Fanny Brashear Sunday. Mtssrs. Frank Blain, Nat Arms and Archie Stiles went to Cloverport Saturday. Mrs. Leigh Isaacs and Mr. J. F. Jenkins were in Union Star Sunday afternoon. Rev. S. P. Stiles held his two regular appointments in tho M. E. church Sunday. If you aro in earnest about wanting a pension call at 'Squire Jarrett's office on Second street near Water. A slide near tho Hiner trestle caused a wreck of a freight train on Thursday last, and a delay in the passenger's time for several days. Messrs. G. W. Payne, J. II. Lay, J. W. Jarrett, R. A. Brashear and Sheriff J. B. Biggs were in Hardinsburg last week attending court. Lost On Thursday last a silver monogram, star shape, on ono side engraved "Emma," on tho other Finder will pleaso leave at post office and receive thanks. One of our young men, namely, Mr. F. B. McCubhius took a very unexpected trip to Cloverport last Thursday, on account of tho extra 9 west, with three conches side tracked on tho east siding at Stephensport failing to stop at station. Browny says ho didn't seo a real nico place to get off until ho reached tho shops, and for fear of causing his girl to bo uneasy as to jds whereabouts, ho took a tie ticket and was back homo in hours from tho timo ho two and one-haleft. So much for being truo to his girl. lf LODIBURG. Having plenty of rain now. Mr. Asia Hardin has gone to Louisville. Mrs. Mollio Avitt is very low with consumption. Mrs. Tom Payne, who has been very sick, is now recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Keys was the guests of Mr. Andy Keys Sunday. Miss Lula Payne spent Friday and Saturday the guest of Miss Dora Gardner Union Star. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Frost, of Irvington, attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday. Rev. A. N. Whittinghill filled his reg ular place last Sunday at Walnut Grove. Ho will preach there tho present year. Mr. Wm. Hardin, who lias been in the revenue service atOwenBboro, is now at home and expects to move his family . TOBINSPORT, IND. in the fall. GLENDEANE. f Wheat looks well. Look out for a flood. Mr. Abo Finch is on the sick list. A first-cladressmaker wanted at this place. Mr. Cronder received a pension last week. Thomas Leaf lost his best cow a few days ago. Edgar Whitehead, of Home, 6pent Sun day here. Mr. Wood Weatherholt is repairing his residence. Tho Baptist Convention met hero Friday and Saturday.' Quite a number of visitors hero attend ing the convention. Our trustee has purchased a now road scraper. Co6t $205. Mr. Lewis Whitehead has a now stono erected to his wife's memory. Dr. Morrill, of Now Albany, was hero last week operating on tho teeth. Miss Mattio Allen and John Simons will take in tho excursion to Louisville Thursday. Steamer Golden Hod passed down distributing oil and money and painting all the light posts. Should tho river come out of tho banks, some of our farmers will lose the finest wheat crop they ever had. F. P. Smartl our hustling stock trader Jim returned from Cincinnati, where he rjias been with a car load of hogs. ss Mr. David Moorman's entire family have tho measles. Miss Lou Dean spent several days in Fordsville last week. Miss Amanda Dean is expected homo from Owensboro soon. Mr. Lafe Fleming, Owensboro, visited Miss Jakio Owen lost week. Mr.Frank Peyton, of Falls of Rough, spent last Sunday at this point. Mr. Eugeno Robertson thinks of going to tho "far West" in tho near future. Miss Sallio Dean spent several weeks at Fordsvillo and Whitesville recently. Quite a number from this place are attending Circuit Court at Hardinsburg. Mr. Thos. V. Robertson, Fern Creek, has been visiting his mother for a few (weeks. .Miss FARM FOR SALE. Good farm of 200 acrei well Improved, a frame bouse of 8 roomt, twe barns, pair of crlbt, Ice house, two tenant houses, well water Al.im nml well for familv. j ... and everything j that .La Tfarmer T would need. . . C. ai. u. k T . Hull Only six miles irom iuo miles from Cathollo church ichool oad, months In the year. I will also sell 87 acret more If wanted at Ekron Station, in Meade county, wen waiereu, 40 acres cleared, the rest In nice young timber. .t. lji u. For further particulars address or inquire A. S. CRAYCROFT, . of Flaherty, Meade Co., Ky. SUB-AGEN- WANTED. Lettic Moorman is engaged at this place teaching tho "young ideas how to shoot." Mr. Casnor Bates, Jefferson county, has been spending a few days with relatives in the neighborhood. Mr. C. L. Cromwell and son, Master Dean, of Louisville, will visit her parent Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dean, Boon. Mr. J. 1). Owen, Hardinsburg, will soon tako charge of the mammoth' warehouse here, owned by W. J. Dean&Sons. Mr, Courtland Beeler, tho popular merchant of this place, has returned from a visit to his homo in Nelson county- is some talk again that tho L. & N. is to gobblo up tho Texas. President Smith and other officers of tho L. There N. took a trip over tho Toxas, road last week in their private car to Henderson. This incident gavo riso to the rumor that thero was a deal on foot for the Toxas pcoplo to sell out. But as to knowing tho facts in tho case, thero is no Tho Hon. Turner Wilson, of Elizabeth- ono outside of tho parties interested who know anything positive about the mat- town, was in tho city Thursday en route ter.' to Owensboro. & t, the Lovell Washer, one man cr woman wanted to every ten mllet square in the entire Dreckenildge county. ExA good lively agentan clusive territory. make from $50 to $75 a month If at work ingood earnest. Tbe Lovell Washer will do better No work than any other Washer on earth. Fits any tub. Saves d rubbing on "'Just the machine time, money and clothes. for ladles who aro not strong. Thousands ed to hire therTwaihlng done of ladlea who now save tha t expense by using tbe Lovell Washer. To those desiring an agency, for sample full slit only three dollar! and ten ctt. alto Key Stone Wrlngert and other uteful boutehould trticlet, for termt to agentt refer PETER KROUQH, to Union Star, Breckenridge To Bell wash-boar- ( - i ' pi..... TTTTITTM THwiBiirirrHniHTTn 11 "" WMW.fi IBS. Ml Hill II ill MW.Mri. u& iiipiWliillltMWWIllllllilii ' " .iWii,': Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1802. NOD.A VIRGIL O. I1A11II AGK, Editors Proprietors. faM and Expreia going Eaiit and S,;, St. li. AT. Local Time Card. ii ii ii nait West West East Weit ..10.01 a.m. -- 10.44 a.m. rcal freight ' i p.m. 0.46 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. s.st ANNOUNCEMENT. "We are authorized to announce II. I. Heard Tllardintburir. at a candidate to represent the .Democracy of the fourth Congressional District V the National Democratic Convention at Chicago. "T. Sc arc authorized tts a candidate for tuocratlc party. For Circuit Clerk. to announce It. S. Skltlman to the office of Clr-- I nit Conrt Clerk, tuhiect to the action of the lie- - lJ -- tv " VlIE PREDOMINANCE OF PlilNCI- t PLE. PitiMCiiXES govern tho world. Men nro ephemeral, but principles nro over- l JIT costing. There is nothing that will add '."VS. to or detract front a right principle, and people cling to it regardless of the of men to adjust it to selfish uses. Tho Yloctrino of tariff reform is based upon principles of right and justice, and until thcro is something done on this Li Jino by tho government a majority of the x, .mil-Huticunu iji uiing to wo niea and demand reform as thev have for eight years. Their ideas wero. embodied in Clove-land- 's Tnrifl Message, and very naturally they look to him as tho champion of reform. Although ho might hnvo dono or said something in regard to other issues that failed to find favor with tho majority, they aro willing to overlook such Li.t"1' actions and keep in view tho principle of v.iwuuii iiu is me cuampion, 1.X Ollipr wnnd Dnmrwriild nnvinnu trv llm r Presidential nomination, raise their V hnniTIR tl'llll WIU.' MUM tmnnmn rti--. JliUIH- r' .!.. ntan nml kVV.V VJ nnm. v t"u, uui nicy ua ijuiuKiy uu- genernto ana retire, it matters not how silent Cleveland may be, no acta- - of prevent r others can candidate his being tho most nrominont for the nnminntinn. k 'or P"nc'P' t',nt 10 people clamor, ...i , sl .Willi. .Q IIIU JIVCCDIMIJ voutgrowth of tho desiro to sec this prin- fcinlo rule. His nominntinn nt Pliifntrn '(SrS'W be not so much a victory for himself as a victory for principle. Tho history of tho human race is ono of afilucnce on tho part of ono class and oppression on tho part of another. The means by which this difference is gradually creat-,c- d may for years go undiscovered, but they will ultimately assume such proportions as" to reveal themselves and by Bomo kind of revolution restore an il 2 ,i u ww-- (v"i' tf-Sssf- equilibrium. In time the designs of men develop the samo opposing elements and another revolution is required. Kfntoa Tho people of enn Hin innuii i wliv tho rich are becoming richer and tho poor poorer and two years ago a revolution was begun nt tho polls, and in next November it will culminate in tho establishment of principles that promise relief to tho oppressed and a just distribution of the rewards of labor. Such condition is impossible under the present system of high tariff. tho nni nf two extreme conditions The boom articles of tho Bkecke.v-itiixi- E News may sometimes be n little "foverish," but these accounts of our rapid progress and descriptions of our large and increasing commercial and manufacturing establishments are all written in tho present tense, whilo thoso of our esteemed Owensboro exchanges nro extremely jimjamy and uncertain "willbcs" and "inoybes." This is just the difference in tho two places we aro already rapidly on tho advance and far along tho road of push and go, while Owensboro may, in tho far distant future, arouse herself from her slothful sleep, shako off her lethargy, and make some little show of life by prancing around tho starting pole, but by that time Cloverport will already have won As the man that worships at a Mohamtho race. medan Mosque is not n Christian, so is the man that alliliates with the RepubMexico has given out the intimation licans not a'Democrnt. He may proclaim that sbo does not wish the return of the his Democracy from the housetops, but ilags mementoesofber defeat and humi- when ho is found skulking in the enemy's liationwhich were captured by us dur- camp, his actions belio his words, and his ing tho Mexican War, and this "graceful Democratic friends feel sorry for him, act of friendship and pledge of good feel- while his pretended Republican friends ing" on the part of the L'nited States laugh in their sleeves. toward tho Republic of Mexico is probably pigeonholed forever. When we 'Pansy," "OurLittle Men and Women" como to think of it, we wero acting about and "llaby Ijtnd," I). othrop Co's as liberal and charitable as the pick- beautiful little monthlies for May are all pocket that magnanimously offers to out mill filled witli bright things for chilreturn the empty purse to its owner after dren. They are tho most entertaining he has extracted the contents. books for children, published, mid when once introduced into a family thero is no Had Hugh. Mulholland, the Republi- getting along without them. They ure of I'aducnb, who was bo cheap, too, that any family can have can convicted for stealing registered letters them. out of tho mails, been a Democrat instead of a Republican, the Republican That little Republican kick in New papers would havo announced tho fact York against tho nomination of llro. with flaming head lines; but as he is a Harrison will not amount to anything. Republican they say nothing about it, All tho opposition Mr. Harrison has ever and Democratic papers havo too much had has been silenced in tho person of respect for tho feelings of Republicans James G. Rlaine. Tho Rcpulicans will who aro not thieves, and who would not nominate Harrison and no ono else. betray u trust that was rcoscd in them than to mention his politics. Mn. Urey Woodson, Editor of the Owensboro Messenger, lias received tho Benator VoitiiEEs, of Indiana, is of tho appointment as ono of tho Railroad Comopinion that Cleveland cannot win if ho missioners by Gov. Rrown. Tho position gets tho nomination. Of courso ho can- is n rcsponslblo ono and pays a salary of not if prominent Democrats liko Mr. $2000. Mr. Woodson deserves it, and wo Vorhees go into tho campaign under a congratulate him on his good luck. cold collar. "When tho nomination is given Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Vorhees The Legislature whitewashed that should turn himself loose in his own business nt Georgetown in fine Stato and sco that it comes up right. Now thoy propose to go a step order. further and restore Mr. Curtis to his It is pretty well determined in tho position ns Secretary of tho Revisory Legislature that our Judical district will Commission. includo Hancock, Rrcckenridgc, Mcado, Hardin and Grayson counties. IA that The man, in whoso soul tho divine event Rreckenridgo will furnish a candi- principles of Democracy throb, is always date for Circuit Judgo, Grayson two aud found worshiping a tho Democratic other counties yot to hear from. shrine. With Gen. A. J. Gross out of tho way Cigars, tobacco nil tho best brands tho Hon. A. 11. Montgomery will havo a .kept by J. II. Glasscock. Tho conviction of Sam Harrison to n walker over for to Congress. Dr. Ed. Hayes ami wife, Cloverport, lifo Bcntcnco in tho penitentiary for killare vUitingrelativcs Inlhis place. ing Edward Thompson, tho Marshal of The News is glad that other towns in The trinl between Hurl Heard and Cal. Hardinsburg, ought to bo n lesson to tho tho county nro prosperous and building His punishment might up along with our own, and Horned is Hasham ovor their horse and mulo trado was In progress in the Circuit Court yeshavo been death, but that was n matter to be congratulated in this respect. terday. that was left to tho discretion of the jury. Old man, Charley Douglass, colored, They choso to give him a life sentence, Cleveland has written n and as they did so under their oaths and letter to a prominent Democrat of Chat- got a judgment in tho Circuit Court from the sworn testimony in tho case tanooga in which he doubts the wisdom against tho gypsies for $10 damages In horso trade. tho public will not complain. Either of again putting him in nomination. punishment is bad enough, and a lifo Don't fall to call at Mrs. S. A. Ilaffey 8entcnco to Harrison in tho penitentiary 2,000 Our subscription list Is climbing it Co. and sco those beautiful life size will bo attended with many bitter pangs. right along to tho L',000 mark. 1,700 is portraits given awny.-""'Wo do not condono his offenso in tho what ills now and at tho rato it is now Worth of goods. least, but wo aro glad that tho dignity of going it wont tike it long to reach it Ho.v. DAviD R. Mu? tho law has been uphold ; that tho de- Everybody takes it. Why not you ? tor Workmen of the A! fendant was given a fair trial. Ills puntucky, bos appointed ishment was not too sovero. In a drunkTup Mayoralty raco in this city has de- Henry, of Owensboro v. ., en condition he took the lifo of a good veloped into a squaro out party fight. OUlieillU JAMlgU to. citizen and a bravo officer. Hut for tho C. E. Llghtfoot is tho regular Democratic Montana in June. fact that Harrison was filled up with bad nominee nnd It. N. Miller is thq RepuA 11 nn.l whiskey, tho crime might never have pemocrnts it Meador are hereby r blicanCitizens candidate. Ho got drunk and set tho law at of courso will stand by the nominee. and settlo their nccou defiance. Ho was a bad character in this positively mean busi way, becauso ho had been advised to What is that down at Hopkinsvlllo afford to indulgo yot i n.?i stay sober and abido by tho law. Rut that they call a river? Tho Hopkins-vlll- o year. Respectfully, V this ho did not do. Ho choso to go on papers state that it actually got so Watches, clocks, s in his ovil, defiant way, just as many high ono day last week that it would chains, guards, ehnrnii others havo done, until he did somefloat a skiff, and some of tho citizens got violins, guitars, ac thing desperate, horrible, appaling. out their and mado several trips This dc did in short order when ho got across tho turbid waters before it sub- music boxes, music in findings for instrum at it. Filled up with whiskey he was sided. sewing machines, rep: wholly indifferent to the consequences. y Harrison is not only a criminal Oen. Gross off for Hot Springs. . He tho jeweler's art. CallI truly, . doomed to tho walls of tho penitentiary, Puts in a Good Word for JB. F Sam Harrison gol but he carries tho blood of n fellow citiBeard. penitentiary for life f How severe zen thero upon his hands. The Louisville Times of Monday says: Thompson. Tho fo must be these reflections as they come to Adjutant General A. J. Gross was in tho jurymen that tried til They aro city this morning. him in his sober moments. Ho will lenvo tosad to all of us, but to Harrison they morrow for Hot Springs, where ho in- man, Richard Carman Henry Gibson, J. must bo extremely torturing at times. tends to remain several weeks for the Tho evil act of that drunken hour when purpose of benefiting a severe case of Penick, John McCoy Morton, Win. II. Re ho shed tho lifo blood of Edward Thomp- catarrh of tho nose nnd throat. The son will hnunt him as long as life shall General is not taking his usual hand in and T. L. Caley. The prostedtion were Hon last. politics just now. When asked about Then should we not heed a lesson from his candidacy for various posts which Murray and Harnes, a evil doing. "Venganco is mine I will havo been connected with his name, ho I). R. Murray and JuTl The announcement repay sayeth the Lord." It is not for us replied : U man for to take tho life of a fellow man. Wo had "I am not an aspirant for anything. I always better let the law deal with crime am not going to run for Congress, nnd Court Clerk appears i and meet out its punishments to tho will not bo a candidate for delegate to News. Any comjicn guilty. All men should be sober and tho Democratic National Convention make upon the fitnel endeavor to respect and uphold the law from my district. I havo got two hun- for this position would Ho has held tho office for the good of themselves and the dred acres of wheat which is looking as far as wo nro informe in which they live. lino as a fiddle. If I can get back from faction to the entire pi Hot Springs with my hcnHli restored and Cait. A. J. Gross, touching the ques- find that my wheat field has prospered argued by some thai oflico long enough, bu tion of his race, for Congress in this dis- in n like degicc I shall be happy. oflice of Circuit trict, has addressed the following letter "Hut I would liko to put in a good the important one, nnd 1 to the people of this district : word for my friend, Dr. II. F. Heard, of perienco in it should "My name has frequently appeared in the pubHardinsburg, who wants to go to the to tho public the mo lic press for Representative in the United States 1 would Chicago convention. liko to I hate also been the recipient of Congress, has been a lifo long! many expressions, both in person and by letter, sco the Fourth district select him as ono candidacy is subject tc from persons in various p.irts of the district of its representatives, and can cheerfully urging me to make the race. Especially has indorse him as a sterling Democrat and party. this been the case on the part of tiie good people a worthy gentleman. His preference is In 1893 there will b! of my county (Itreckenridge), I rind I cannot for Cleveland, but he will bo open to tho New Constitutid comply with the request of my friends throughthings under our jui) out the district. On account of 1)1 health I am conviction should the unable to enter upon a canvass such as I would nomination bo made to appear unwiso are to have threeCh I will, therefore, not be compelled to make. instead of two. A nc and impolitic." be a candidate. I desire, however, to return my some new officers, ant to my friends who have most profound thanks generally. Tho point Deafness Can't be Cured, indicated a desire to support me, and especially do 1 feel thankfal for the many expressions of by local applications, as they can not ing our courts to have orable seasons of the confidence and willingness to support me by the reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. wnnt them when it ii people of Ilreckcnridge county, where I live anil There is only ono way to euro Deafness, do we want them who am known." and that is by constitutional remedies. they should bo placed is middling like, and) for Deafness is caused by an inflamed condiThe World's Fair Commissioners people cnii attend to Kentucky met at Frankfort Monday, and tion of tho mucous lining of the Eustach- nt tlio samo time, havi selected the following well known per- ian Tube. When this tubo gets inflam- tho extremes of the m to en' sons as Lady Commissioners : Miss Ida ed you have a rumbling sound or imper- bo well enough to thii tho Legislature fect bearing, and when it is entirely E. Symmes, of Louisville; Miss Lucy Lee Hill, of Lexington, and Mrs. Susan closed Deafness is tho result, nnd unless I Drown, of Owensboro. They aro all tho inflammation can be taken out nnd famous for thoso two gifts intelligence this tubo restored to its normal condiand beauty for which Kentucky women tion, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by are noted tho world over, and representative of whom Kentuckians may feel catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. proud. We will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for Reoi'i.e in Ilreckcnridge are wonder- any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's ing why it is that the State Commissioner of Agriculture does notsend some seed Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, freo. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. into this section for freo distribution. Not a single package of seed litis been OSrSold by Druggists, 7oc. sent to this county that is known of. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Several parties have written for them, received no reply, anil but, as yet, have they are beginning to wonder what Mr. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. J" OUINO WEST. Nicholas McDowell is there for. SENTENCED FOJi LIFE. s. 1 KAs-''KSH-ir4- 'I " ' ". 7? I Ah twJ THESTYLE 'Hie nroncr tli'lno J r :fofe-- V ',- - r1U - ' FTr yP?!! ill '.:i 't.Eft-.tf :..'.' ' fc' : m r WC : ' 7'. 'Aw, ' tw A ..' .i v.": 3-- ' ' " 1"'' tt; i$$&3'SlfV' -..-,-' 'v?W,.1ttV. . . W " .. - ".(",!i . . -t mrr .m jv- '' mi 1 . m m m &, is' tj 'm '; .. JV- - fcl .dsWi.lH .v. v. f .ftVk'a&t J '. IrV&.iT TM ' . 'Ixiih ...'.;. ' ''.. s - ; ' ' 'sr V, . , .? Ii.Ixtk!! m b b- . , wm. sir 9 lis? w m i." $,': .1 ' ,. j . 7ti(.,t;jKU' -- ?.t.,iu . ' To-da- rr -- i :.-' ,; v : . . ,.,, ;'. r. .? , IV . ' :'. . ' I ir f t i-'- ' .'.,', i- til. 'it, ; f . 7is v. .;,. MV--.- i .. 'i.'. :- 5 ' -.- , ', -':' ' conii-munit- f . ' - '; ' 7... A , T 7w'i ' H; .v.'-- ' ' . .1' ,.- :'; ;" , .. . j k, . . ih ' '''. " - ..- - ' v, ' ; . : 1. ! .;. f . , '"' ' ' ' .. ' . ' ' y ' v ' , '. - " ' : k u . V'; 7 ' ' ? u "V : - : ':-., '". ''-'J " ' . "', , .' . . ' ' nsk-an- d , ' . " ' i". ' . . ' . ' , . ; . ... ' '" . '"'.' " - - . 't ' .r.' "''''' 1 , - . . - -A . '. :" :? V'y ,:' - " : t; X: 7' !... -!'' 'X 111 SflJfifrf?.lKt , J i - !.', jr .' , . " '. . ' yf' . . ,'s -'- u t.- - . . '',., n.i.r .' Fc'1 ., )". $ V , " ,.- 4v . V .ml fV. vftV'&T ..'- - -.- '1t .i .V 4fe,-- ' ' "i "-., - . ' Passenger Dally arr. IIardiniburg..l2:42 OUINO p.m. '?V. !1 ,..,. ' .. J., ' EAST. Puiicngcr Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:50 a.u ; ;-- - : , : . Court will adjourn this week. Hotter get your 'taters out now. Seed potatoes for sale by Hardin & Rrown. Mr. Meyer, Hunts, was in tho city Monday. Go to Hardin it Rrown for your family groceries. Hon. V. E. Minor, Holt, Ky., was in tho city Monday. Miss Vittila Daniel is visiting in Louisville this week. The prosecution against John Shawlin foi rape was dismissed. Mr. J. A. Dean, Owensboro, was hero last week attending court. Mr. J. W. Lewis, llrainlenburg, Is here this week attending court. Lizzio Smith returned from Miss Hawesville last Saturday. A number of parties went from hero to the Falls fishing yesterday. Mr. Current Casey has been appointed Deputy County Clerk at Rosetta. You can get puro whisky for medical purposes at my storo. J. II. Glasscock. Tho grand Jury returned twenty indictments and adjourned last Saturday, Tho election for councilmcn and Mayor of tho city comes off next Monday. Mrs. Jesso Wright, of Louisville, is hero on a visit'to her father, Judgo Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, of Louisville, are in tho city visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1). Heeler. A lifo slzo crayon portrait given away with overy $10 worth of goods at Mrs. S A. Haffoy & Cos. All of the best brands of wines nnd '"V" ; . " j $'.?'':&. : BHHUHBk ' smiiiiiiiiHft i. . ..: ,s . ' .."I '';i ' . , v v . - ''' : - tfss4 .,.' i I , . it T Wi'A j. .r.T .1 . :: ' .. i. 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Democrats . whisky nt my saloon. Daviess ten year old whisky. J. II. Glasscock. Miss Lnfio Lalloist and Miss Fox, Cloverport, wero in thu city last Saturday, the guest of Ml til Eva Henslcy. All persons indebted to Hensley, Jolly & DcJernelto aro hereby notified to cnmeQrwnrd and settlo and save costs. THE PLACE. :4Siwm fl llll I rzii. , ' t II .11... . '" .... i'-f- " i.'.7' - V 4 C . . ,,"".-- ." - . - 'ftu-''ate- r '.1 i !"rrfr-"I w. fv vf. M&iit&it r.3 ' . . IktewW ' "" -- iWKrtiWrtik N . . r t :. t ' i. VU . vt.ir' fil JiwT i ! ' jrj?a-'i-- .".. lAIT "'CTwawvTW-'WTrHrew .. w " t i . .. - ., -- ' . I I. ,1 inn iri r -- sn ir- - f Dr. J. M. Clayton. Ir Is S.tin Duncan. Miss Etta IIulu, a liouisvillu trimmer, )!7tiV old itand Up ttairs, Office in Dr. is employed in Mrs. II. vDuncan's milOLOVEBPORT. KY. linery estalillshmcnt. mi Tlie river was on a little high though A. lf it did nol reach tho danger mark here, P-mid is now receding slowly. -- ?1 CANNELTON, IND. Many of our citizens liavo had considm3h . ft'uite inmlo to order in llio best stylo. erable business at Hordinsburg during Orders solicited. the last ten days Circuit Court. r Perfect fit guaranteed. Miss Emma Moselcy and Mrs. Lewis, " A. A. J). & two of Stcphonsport's charming society ladies, were in tho city shopping Monday. Office tycer Jircclmridge Hani: A nico hat trimmed in the latest style, If v.j uiivt niiruiu, makes up for all other deficiencies in a lady's apparel. Buy it of Mrs. II. V. W. JARKJMLT, Duncan. How can Mrs, II. V. Duncan afford to VUrSiCIaim & Pension Agent keep such a largo and splendid assortment of millinery goods ? Becauso her STEPHENSPORT, KY. trade demands it. Mr. Austin Beavin is isiting his son, Mr. W. L.Ueavln and his daughter, Mrs, PHOTO ARISTO ARTIST Miko Popham. Mr. Beavin is in his 82d year and is halo and hearty. IV. -- . Don't miss tho Busy Boo Excursion to CLOVERPOUT. KY. f$ft N. B. To every 20th customer for 1 doi. Louisvillo by L., St. L. & T. Thursday K Cabinet!, a 16x20 Crayon Portrait. Faro $1.50 round trip. April 28th. Tickets at A. II. Fisher's drug store. Dr. Lightfoot has moved a OF house that stood at tho back of his residence, across his lot and stationed it on Houston street Z An addition will be bui.lt to it, and it will bo a houso for rent. tt-Charlie Bolder did tlto work of moving. Tho grand jury adjourned last SaturCapital Stook.825,000. day, and tho Nuus learns that there was but ono man indicted on tho river sido B. F. BEARD, Preident. It- the county, and ho is in tho Union Star WILL MILLER, neighborhood. There aro at least 100 different men, who, when they read this, M. II. BEARD, Cahler. will feel uneasy and each ono wonder if " 0. W. BEARD it might bo him. - DIro tor MORRIS ESKRIDQE J R. M. JOLLY. Tho Busy Beo Society of tho First BapINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS tist church of Owenshoro, Ky., will run their second annual excursion Thursday, "Breckenridge News. April 28th to Louisvillo by L., St. L.&T. R. It. Faro for tho round trip will bo Train will WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1892. $1.50, can't afford to miss it. leave hero at 10 o'clock n. in. Tickets for sale at A. R. Fisher's drug store. LOCAL BREVITIES.- Henry Temple returned yesterday Tho IFon. Tico Jolly was in the city from Louisville, where ho had been to ' . ! Saturday. buy beef cattlo for tho Cloverport butchbought several head, and mado rl , mi, jonn riKc, oi woncoruia, was in ers. Ho arrangements to buy by telephouo whentho city Sunday. .'f being ever there was a )fr . Joseph Best, of Slorilicnsport, was in scarcity down here.likelihood of hardly a So there is a v -t- he, city Saturday. chance for us to havo to go without steak ., Christ Untalicnr, of Victoria, vns in bore any more. &?. "tho. city Thursday. from- - all over the ......, .ul...w..I.w.., ,..w ... Tho nows comes .i - "V . fUnrptirn Dnvifl. Slnnlinnennrf wna in county that tho creeks and small streams the city Saturday. wcro higher last week than has been Mr, Coleman Hlake and wife were in known for years. Bottoms wero flooded, , town last week. s carried away, and fenres and 1 W. G, Smart visited his sister. Mrs. A. considerable damago done generally. , J. Gross, at Holt Sunday. About 2,000 saw logs were swept out of Sinking Creek and its tributaries with a Miss Nannio Stephens, of Holf, i3 visitloss of about 500 of them. ing MissLizzio Skillman. Mr. E. R. Cannon, of Loitchfield, Ky., Mr. P. 0. Brashenr, of Owenshoro, is died very suddenly in Louisville, Mch. tho guest of Mrs. 0. T. Skillman. Abo Allen and Georgo Cunningham, 3d, 1892, whilo walking along tho street with his friend, Mr. Charlio Moorman. Chenault, were in the city Saturday. Mr. Cannon was fortunato enough to Milt Miller, Sample, came down Frihave a policy in tho United States Life day night and remained over Saturday. for $2,000, for which ho only paid $90.20, Eugcno Hayncs has moved into his being the first premium. This is the new residenco, which is now completed. samo Company that Mr.. II. B. Head now Tha Willing Workers will give an ico represents.. cream supper at Fisher's Hall, Friday Tho beautiful spring day last Sunday niglit, April 29th. caused many Cloverportere to take to the. R. II. Moremen, who has been in woods and fiolds. Tho soltening sun.cMulenburg county for about a month, shine, tho bright green grass, tho buddhas returned home. ing leaves, tho wild flowers and, tho melody of tho The largo engines for tho Pulton Brick "Yorkjj have arrived. Tlioy aro from the feathered songsters almost inspired one to write spring poetry, and sevoral perAtlas Works, Indianopolis. sons, who havo tho lovo of nature in . ,W. IL Bowmer has improved tho looks of Ijis pioperty by erecting a nico now their souls, mado a narrow escape. Mr. John P. Haswell has been postJ-- i lenco along the outside of1 his garden. ' Ralph Nutting, tho young coppor- - master at Hardinsburg for 42 years save ministrasmith and cornctist. has been in Ilendcr- - 4 years during Cleveland's f? Son for n couple of days visiting tho tion. Thcro aro few olliccs in tho state conducted with more system nnd satistT latlies. faction to tho people than is tho Hardins, l'lio palacial steamer, Now South, with burg ofiico. Mr. Iluswell camo to Harda fine trip of freight and posscnges touch- 1850, and thoro aro only ." ednttho wharf hero Saturday on her insburg in April throe other citizens living now that wero way 'from Momphis to Cincinnati. in tho place when ho came, Judgo Bark . Several pleasuro parties from this city ton, Hon. Green W. Beard nnd 'Mr. took advantage of tho flno day and back- - Feland Guthrie. water Sunday, and visited tho Tar Another grand "festibul" in tho In"Springs in skills. Thoy all report a grand cubator Saturday night resulted in . tinie. s another fight and a negro getting his U.S. Deputy Marshal, I)g Pate, who head pooled pretty nicely. This with i,'; Jias been at his homo in Hardinsburg about thrco other fights in which negroes through and white men engaged, and some toler VBickfor a week or more, ably sevens fines in the City Court Mon- rcsujno his work. day bridged us over another Sunday V " l.ion. Uliarles JJlandford) Bewleyville ; without any ono being seriously hurt, ! "i iTr .,.i t,.i... nnd we aro now well into tho week with it,i,,. c,.,.,i, V.i': R, Jarboe, Mooleyvilte, threo grand jury- - ovcry body nt work, and things running , iiuiii f ' jhl-u- uiuiv in, mitho 0 iiuKiiiiHuurg cui- - along smoothly. o clock train for urday and took Mr. Levi "Robcribon and Miss Polly .? their homes. d local Pyatt eloped on tho Master Proctir Keith, tho boy that freight last Tuesday and went to Cannel-to- n had tho knife stuck into his leg, was ablo and wero married. This Is the cou to sit up some last Saturday, the first plo that tho News montioned last week time ho had been out of bud for seven us only waiting an opportunity to run weeks, Ho will now probably bo well in away, This rhunco presented itsolf, n fow days. ir when tho freight hove in sight whilo tho , E. U. Boyd, of J. W. Boyd & Co., lum- - backs of vigilant watchers wero turned, ,' bcr dealers, Cincinnati, is in the city in nnd thoy bounded into tho tho "Littlo tho interest of his company. Ho has red cubooso behind tho train" with tho slilppoil twonty carloads of lumber from result as stated. Thoy returned on tho this city within tho last thrco weeks. It 0 o'clock express and with some littlo ' ' all comes off the Breckenridge Co's., show of resentment tho objectors acceptp-- land Cut on tho short lino. ed tho inevitable, and wrath was turned If Fanny "Wnthan, an old colored woman into pleasantry aud rejoicing. j, A son of Robt. Mayhall about 05 years of ago, and who was raisfull into tho ilood on Third street last ed by Dr. Wathan at Mt. Merino, ignited her clothing whilo Wednesday morning, where tho water sweeping around n stove, ono day last was about four feet deep, nnd would Nettk, and wiVsso badly burned that she havo drowned had it not been for Mayor only lived about SO hours aftor tho acci- Pierco going to thq rescuo. For a child to drown in tho streets of a city would dent. not speak well for tho administration of A very onjoyablo and novol entertainsaid clty,and theCouncil instead of standment in tho shajio of an egg hunt was given last Monday evening at tho resi- ing ready to rescuo tho juvcuilo unforfull in, should remove tho denco of Mr. and Mrs. Stiobling, Twenty-firs- t tunates who and Main, in honor of Master Louis danger that besots that portion of tho by Dltenbch. 'Those present wore Emma city overy timo it rains, loudproviding efkicking that Leo Watson, Edna and ficient sewerage. Tho Duyenix, Jennie of J'Cowhcel" aro doing is Susie Eisenraongor, Kitty Eckels, Anto-ni- e tho citizens Duvenix; EJna Kessler, Elsio May well grounded. Thoy aro taxpayers and Stiebj'ing, Master Lester Stlebjing, Willie their wants should bd attended to. and Irwin Eisenmengcr, Waltor Potrofl", yeumifflo 1'ersona Awl tlione troubled witli ncrvonsiiOM resulting Koie Bea'tty, ' Wlllio Kreiner, Louis Ecfrom, can) or overwork will be relieved by taking kels and HuU Ditxenbach, pf ClovjWr JlrowiN Iron JtUtem. ooolne port, JCy. Louiflvilla Coinnlprciat. Jim tfftita luurk mid crou) rtnl llixja on wrw. Physician Surgeon. hasn nico hat buys it Tliat most every lady that of Mrs H. V. BRANDENBURG. Deo HARNED. Thcro wasalatgo crowd went on tho excursion. Jnmes Layman was hero Monday looking for n placo to set his saw mill. Hoop pole season has closed, nnd Messrs. Cooper nnd Reaser, tho general managers, havo returned to their homes, and probabilities aro they will not return soon. Hook it Downs shipped n car load of timber to Kirk last week. Row F. R. Roberta has succeeded in getting a singing school nt Ephisus. J. O. Rowson a lumber inspector for Warren & Co , of Louisvillo was here for somo dnys last week purchasing lumber. Ho reports wo havo tho best on tho market. Deiphos Ilarncd was at Buras on April 3, transacting somo business witli Midi Meyer. Wish him success. Miss Eilio Black, a littlo hello near this placo was hero shopping Thursday. Efllo is a darling clear out of sight. Born to tho wife of W. G. Pnyno n 12 pound boy, on tho 3rd of April. Wo congratulate Mr. Payno on his No. 14, for wo see ho is trying to elect a Democratic President for his country. When people want cheap goods for cash they go to Micli Moyer. $1.00 will buy 25 pounds of sugar, or it will buy 5 pounds of Arhucklcs best cof-fe- o nt Mich Meyer's. It is surprising to tho peoplo when they see how cheap Mich Meyer is selling goods for cash. Wantt.i) White, red and black oak timber, and nil kinds of staves and heading on any rnllroad for which I will pay tho highest casli price. If you havo any timber or staves to sell, it will pay you to seo mo before selling. Jas. Redmak, Ilnrncd, Ky. Wo are glad to know that our neighbor city .Cloverport, is improving so rapidly and that its future is so brilliant. But wo would not havo the reader of tho News to think that Cloverport is all tho city whoso progress is in cxistance. Whilo tho well known placo of Harned is not so fast, tlioso who aro familiar witli tho placo will notice a gradual improvement going on all tho time. Our littlo town or better known as tho city of Ilarncd contains . ten dry goods stores two blacksmith shoos, ono drug store, ono fruit nursery and quite a number of dwellings too numerable to tnontion. Wo nlso havo tho largest shipping poinj. on tho branch road and you can easily notice thnt tho energy of tho peoplo is increasing in tho wholo surrounding country, fencing is being repaired, farm buildings nro kept in better repair, new orchards aro being planted, tho old ones aro undergoing n general renerva-tio- n nnd in fact everything bespeaks tho coming of better times. Whilo wo cannot boast of gas wells, machine shops, and brick planta, wo can boost of doing moro shipping than any other placo on tho L. II. & W. R. R. and of having an equal amount of natural gus which is furnished by somo fow individuals which they and also wo claim is of a superior quality, nnd whilo wo aro surrounded by a high minded peoplo who appreciato ovcry stop of advancement whether or not on tho North, East, South or West, they want tosco old Brecken-ridg- o coming to tho front witli every thing that is good for man ana for tho election of a Democratic President. -- ' Henry Winter. Pusey left last week for Akron Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger k. Merchant Tailor, Simons, m. J. KIRST, sfpHYSicrAN Surgeon r aj, J. W.W.BROOKS, I BANK two-stor- y iHAHDIUrSBTJUG " Ohio, Charlie Cusperko spent Thursday at homo. Row Browder preached here Sunday 'evening. J. W. Lewis is attending court at Hardinsburg. Gov. James Glvons, of Louisville, was hero Wcdnesdry. Mrs. Salllo Whelan, of Flaherty, was in town last week. Mr. Henry Clienanlt, of Rock Haven, was hero Saturday. Wo are to havo a Catholic church built hero this summer. Mr. Jnmes Osborn, of Guston, was in town tho 1st of tho weok. Tho back water Bhut off travel from from llio bottom Saturday. Miss Anna Sanders, of Louisville, is visiting .Miss Addio G. Ditto. Mr. J. W. LowIb is having his residenco on West Hill painted. The "Young" Salt Works will will bo completed by the 15th of May. FJsquiro G. W. Chism, of Wolk( Creek, was hero last week on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Ditto visited in Louisvillo several days last week. Hon. Gus. W. Richardson has just fin ished putting out 20,000 upplo trees. Jim McFnrland, of Louisville, attended the Crawford Bickcrstaff wedding. The wheat crop is looking well and bids fare to make a most excellent crop. Doctor Pusoy reports that tho general health of tho country is exceedingly good. Owinir to tho bad roads from recent DON'T BELIEVE IT. When tho sun shines brightly in tho morning, and tho prospects nro good for fine wenthor, don't bet your last dollar on it. Thcro is aa much unreliability in tho weather promises as thoro is in tho promises of somo clothing dealers who aro constantly advertising reductions in prices. It isn't safo to pin your faith on either. ! Solemnly Study iI mi Over things occasionally not only over the certainty of life, but over the certain things as well. Its tolerably certain that you will soon buy un- -. WE ABE MODEST "In our use of printcrs's ink, and what we advertise can always bo relied upon. Just now wo want to say that our Spring and Summer stock of Clothing was never so complete and handsome, nor our prices so low end satisfactory as now. Our Boys' Department shows a superb collection of Suits and extra Pants. Julius Winter & Co., 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Zy. Ladies' Shirt Waists, Aprons, White Goods, Challies, Mulls, Lawns, Chiffons, Swiss Embroideries, M , . 7Bk3 mm r Ju The Cloverport Savings Go. "Money Saved is Money Earned." Toprovo this Silk Lace and Other Summer Goods. And its well to know that V -- flood-gate- f r rains tho merchants experience rather a dull day. Novitt & Gough aro dressing their drug store on tho outsido with a now coat of paint. .The Presbyterians expect to dedicato their new church at Guston the 4th Sunday in May. Jesso Owen, of Cloverport, was in town Friday in tho interest of Vol Blatz & Sons, Louisville. a Mr. F. Barr. and wife, of near were in town shopping tho latter part of tho week. Winficld Robinson nnd Miss Fannio M. Reynolds wcro married by Judge Kawlings Tuesday. Dr. Wells has built him a very neat littlo ofiico between A. Ditto Sr..nnd Mr. Allen's storo rooms'. Harvey Wright, of Garrett, was here the latter part of tho week, the 1st timo sincollio hanging of Jim Ross. Mr. Joe Brooks and Mr. Connely, of Louisville, visited tho Misses Woolfolk and Richardson nt Sulphur springs Sunday. Mr. Georgo Fleshman and Miss Julia Redden, of Harrison county, Ind., wcro married hero last Tuesday by Rev. Hayes. Mr. Ed. Guctry returned from tho South last week where "ho had been for several months witli a fiat boat of hoop 'S poles. "William Edmonson, of Stithton, B. P. Christ, of Muldraugh, Harvoy Mills, of Guston, wero all hero tho latter part of tho week. A. W. Moremen has gotten his training track up in good shape and has quite a number of nico horses Bhoving them AND around it. Tho fruit crop is reported by different farmers to bo all O. K. so far. Tlds is certainly very encouraging as it is of considerable valuo in this county. Tho Soda Ash Plant is no longer a CLOVERPORT, KY. hoaxsas thoy will begin putting down wells on Mr. A. Morcmen's place within Don't read this column or you two weeks to get tho water and gas. might bo tempted to invest your Mr. and Mrs. Jns. II. Ditto lost thoir monoy. , youngest child, Hnllie, by ineningitislast Do you want to buy Real Estate 1 Call on R. L. Newnom. Thursday evening. Thoy havo tho sympathy of their many friends in their sad Do you na 0 rent a Farm t Rlio-deli- gj to Goodmin & Klein when in nood of SI Gent's Furnishing" Goods, Clothing1, Hats, Caps, and Men's Shoes. A Big Line of -- -: SULZER'S? Have a nice variety to select from with prices low. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes Prom 75 Cents Up. Look at tho bargains wo quote for this week. :- - PANTS Boys' Good Good Good Good From 25 Cents U P. V Men's suits from Fine Brown StiiR from Youth's Suits from $2.5014) to $15.00 6.00 to 15.00 . to 7.00 2,oo . Suits from jOC to 4.00 Men's Sunday Pants fioin to 6.00 2.00 Working Pants, Cotton Worsted at $1.00 up. Cassimerc Pants from $1.10 to 1.75. Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 65c to $1.75, ... ... iTju 1L' ;:f. B. F. Beard & Co, J FOR NEAT PITTING vJl')tS5iti:38Q8vfii03Dtc ' V 's j 1 Full Stock Brogans from 75c to $t.6o. Good Sunday Shoes from $1.15 to $4.50. SHOES. JO JL fcD- - jgjjgjgjg V1 Men's Good Ilatsfrom 20c to $300. RL Full Lciigth best made from 20c to $1.25 Good Black Satin fast colors from 40c to $1.25 Good Silk Striped Shirts from 75c to if 1.3 Good Men's Suspenders 10c to 75c. Neckwear from 10c to 60c. Fine Unlaundried Shirts 40c. Fine Latindried Shirts 45c. to $1.50. Socks fiom 5c to 25c. Trunks and Valises at all pi ices 75, if t.oo and .f j.oo. REAL ESTATE Rental Agent Our goods were bought direct from the best manufactures for cash in big lots, and we are determined not to be undersold. Come and get our prices before making your purchases. R'2j2q256B;2 5t35rjgffilKBgBra loss. Mr. Virgil Long, of Gnrnettsvillc. has sold his farm to Hugh Hamilton, of New pa-sse- d jj.. ,,,.. -- west-boun- Albany. Ho was hero Saturday making him a deed to it. Wo understand Mr. Long will move to Cloverport, ho is a good citizen and Meado county's loss is Cioverport's gain. Mrs. I). W. Lewis received n telegram Saturday evening stating her father, Mr. James Ilnwes, of Baldwin, Kansas, was Mrs. Lewis started Saturday dying. night for Kansas. Tho family of Mr. Hnwes havo tho deepest sympathy of their many friends here. Mr, Chas. Crawford nnd Miss Mary Rickoistaff, both from nenr Long Branch, wero quietly married nt tho bride's uncle's, Mr. Thomas Tear, Jnear town last Monday evening nt 8 o'clock. Wo extend congratulations to tho newly wedded pair and wisli them all tho success and happiness possible in their now lifo. f sovon-year-o- ld ly Two Political Meetings. Tho Democrats of tho city of Cloverport met in Mass Convention ut Fisher's Hall Wednesday night, April 20th 1892. It was a largo ropretativo assembly of tho untcrrificd aggregating near 100. Charles Lightfoot was nominated for Mayor by acclamation and was mado tho unanimous choico of tho convention. For counclhncn in First Wnrd Henry Solbrig and J. A. Barry, and in Second Ward L. D. Witt, James Lewis nnd Thos. Wroo woro choson as tho Democratic standard bearers. On Saturday night April 23rd a "Citizens" meeting comiosed mostly of re. presontativo Republicans and a fow disgruntled Domoernts hold a powwow at tho samo placo, nnd nominated R. N. Millor for Mayor, and J. A. Barry and R. B. Pierco for Councilmcn in First Wnrd, and Alfred Oolze, J. T. Castlo and Jos. T. Skillman in Second Ward. Mr. John Butlor, of West View, and Mr. John Dyor, of Lost Run, woro hero last week to see Mr. Thos, Dyor, who is lying at tho point of ilath. 44Jfv- - Call on R. L. Ncwiom. you want to rent City property ? Call on R. L. Newom. Do you want the belt and only desirable lot for iale on Main, S0xl75 feet for Call on R. L. Ncwuoqi. $800,007 Do you want to buy the Cloverport Hotel, Ofiico of Daniel Brooks Bourbon centrally located and doing a largo Call on R. L. Newiom, builneasT Stook Yards. P. S. I am now prepared and havo full authority to offer taid Hotel at a bargain. Lonsviux, Ky., April 20tli, 1802. Thit Corretpondence from abroad lollcited. It a good cbanco to secure the belt and moat I take litis uiotliod of informing my many fiicnds nnd patrons that I will on popular hotel In the city, and no price aikeJ. tho first day of May nssocinto myself Do you want a loan negotiated 7 Newjim. witli J. O. Bourne and J. M. Harper, of Call on R. l. ' tho woll known firm of llourno, Hurpor Ilavo you money you want placed on. & Co. in tho Livo Stock Commission Cull on R. L. Ncweoui, tale security 7 IliiHiiiL'sn under tho firm linmu of Bourne, Do you want money on rhnrt oall 7 Call on R. L. Newtom. Harper, Brooks it Co. Do you waLt to rent a house 7 In making this change I feel it is not Call on R. L. Newsom. only to my interest, but that of my many S. flood pajing rentors can generally P. Let mo put a "bug In your friends, as it gives mo facilities for handsecure a house. ear," It. L, Newsoin rents property and collectr ling all grades of Stock by elllcient and th'' rontf 011 a coinuiUsion of ten per cent, and, renting being a specialty with him, d'tn't' experienced salesmen. Mr. J. C. Boiirnoi you know it is better to place your property In who is woll known to all Traders and Wby? his bands than to rent It yourself? Shippers to this market as an nctivo and Uecause he is controlling a large amount of renters find thorough business man, will have chargo property and t..l fling It "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of them, of tho I log Department. I will havo Newiom bears but fow complaints from good with mo in the Cattlo Department Mr. felrenters, but the "howl" comes from thoso lows who do not want to pay, and to such he J. M. Harper and Peter Smith. AVo aio Call on Somebody Elso. says have a Xo. now negotiating for niur-wll-l It Newiom hard hearted 7 Not especially so. ono salesman in tho Sheep Department. He will accommodate you If you pay for it, and provided you stand to your sido of the bargain Now witli this strong forco of experiIf you don't like his way of doaling salesmen you will readily seo tho Call on Somebody EI10. enced nd vantages we have in handling stock of R. L. Uewioin has ubout sixty renters and To good overy kind, and in returning you my he don't want any but paying ones. paying renters be will tako special pains to thanks for your liberal patronogo heretocomfortable. make them fore, will say to you that all stock con Do you want a bouso built and pay for it in signed to tho now firm will rccelvo our monthly Installments 7 For terms Call on R. L. Newsom. careful attention, and that our motto e power engine and will bo "quick sales and prompt Do you want a L, Newsom. Call on R. boiler. s Will honor drafts for Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and valuo of stock. Slae and Heading Faotory with power alVery Kespectftilly, Call on R. L. Newsom. ready attached? DAN1EI. BllOOKH. Ilavinjr. about thirty acres of city lots he would sell a few "slices," and If you want a Cation R. L. Newsom, building lot Done Valuable Service for His Party. Do you want to pay your city taxes 7 CallouR, L, Newsom, lion. B. V, Beard, of Hardinsburg has Have you claims against the city treasury 7 announced hiuiBclf n caudideto for disCall on the city treasurer and be will tell you trict delegate to the Chicago Convention that R. L, Newsom, as City Tax Collector, al- from tho Fourth Congressional distrirt, ways keeps said treasury supplied with money. Mr. Beard is .a lifo long Democrat, bos Claims for collection solicited from cities Bcrvcd as Chairman of the Democratic abroad and prompt remittances made. County Committee thoro for several Many thanks for tho large patronage I have years, and in this capacity rendered valu. enjoyed. able service to his party. Grayson Do g forty-horstwo-third- GOODMAN & KLEIN, Cloverport, Ky. Notice to Stockholders. Tho annual meeting of tho stockhold-er- a in tho Mineral Center Gas and Mf'g Co., will bo hold May 7th, 1802 at tho ofiico of Gregory & 00.. in Ulovcrport. Ky., at 2 o'clock, p. in. O. T. Skillman, Secretary. CLOTHING: 7S37Sir5i5irf? MJ SSSjC5i iSS" 2 s!pJNS33(g SHiJr53 V X. J ' J jr Spring Opening, 1892. Pattern Bonnets and Hats HIGHEST NOVELTIES IN IT DAZZLES THE SUN. Jowelry that Is Judlolouily purchased Is never dear. You always bve something to show far your money and something that li worth looking at. It lasts. Years after Its tmrobase, it Is of seracely diminished ralue. When not a vestige remains of other things that you bought at tho same time, our goods will be about as good as the first day they came Into your possession, Thoy are In all senses of the word a Judicious purchase. While you may be sorry that you didn't buy you never can be sorry that you did. You are Invited to inspect our stocW of Jewelry, Rings, Silverware, Spectacles and Musical Merchandise. Kepafrs of all kinds neatly and promptly attended too, .'jyffLLINERY;., Open every week day and Friday and Saturday Nights. Having employed an expert Louisville Trimmer, can do work in F. N. D'HITY, Jewelry, 0L0VEUP0HT, KY. the Neatest and Latest Styles. DENMARKS FOR SALE. k, R. L. 'NEWSOM. v- Ga-ett- o. I have two Denmark Saddle and Harness Stalllons.slreilbyW.W. William's, IlovalIen-marof Ilasln Spring Firm. Ureokenrldgo county, Ky. One of them is a I the other, five years old In May, Will sell either of them. Have six colts on my farm that show what they aro, Tor futher particulars address, 0. MILKS, I'ennybaker, Meade Co., Ky. Or call at my farm three mlloi east of Kkron Station or two olios south of Rock Haven Station on the I,,, St. h. li T. It. K. a.-..- i,.i MRS. H. V. DUNCAN j OLOVERPOIIT, LANDS, STOCK and CROPS. For Sale One share In Aberdean Star luft in my hand to dlipocc of. Price f iq, J. O. STKIMIKNS, Holt, Ky. Brown Leghorn chicken eggs for sale. ': y KY. , v'Ji Valuable Property for Sale. ZEaCo'"u.ae By MISS ds LotaL MOORMAN TI. For urlher Information SaiHuUIll,CMrKM;t, Ky, -- J- ie DR. dWI tr o "') -- ,., !. if JU. i rrsmwxMJowro & 's&tiamsLssEfflSFd HfWR:' inmiHa v SEWS i -- .pf,'-- " Tiff !?a imii mil ii fcmi tMmMmmmmM m V. 3&& '&. KTLuUMaMiMHHHHIHHIHIHHIHIBB j7rT"WsHsHHMM 'MPHHBBBHH Tv '- - it1jfeaatfiai' "y r GenI'$Furni5liinJ 6ood$ OYER THE STATE. Small Doses of Information Gathered From Kontucky Exchanges. Incased in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of News Headers. Three boys robbed n store in Newport. bill has passed tjio Tho text-boo- k house. With Juno 1st will begin Mnysvill's freo mail delivery. A largo furniture factory is being started in Hopkinsvillc. James Long, n prominent farmer nnd stock raiser, of Scott county, is dead. Fire-bug- s in Louisvlllo had eight fires going at onco, one night last week. Ucmoyo boils, pimples, and Skin eruptions, by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Tho "Mono in lMidon" theatrical Company stranded in Owensboro Inst Wednesday. A now tobacco manufactory of immense proportions has been started at Georgetown. Tho Judge of the Bourbon Circuit Court has instructed tho grand jury to return more indictments against editor Moore. r . AYER'S NEEDMORE. My visit is oiit and I must hurry to meet the train. Why called Needmoro ? Mrs. A. says: We need more work done, we need more cows, wo need more barn room, wo need more cents, and especially do wo need more inhabitants. o Mrs. T. G. Jordan and Mrs. J. N. liavo just returned from a visit in Henderson county. They were called to tho bedside of their father, James More-docwho is lying at death's door. Mr. James Carey, n former resident of this county, but for several years past d citizen of Missouri, has just arrived from that State and is moving Into his Clifton Ho is going to repair Mills property. tho mill out ttnd out nnd will then bo nblo to do first class work. Since Bums St. Clair hns moved his washing to Harned wo miss Ills sonorous but melodious volco very much. It was his custom to rise as early ns 0 o'clock every morning, go put nnd sit on tho gate and trill out a few notes that sounded but alas I like this, is gone. wo hear it no more. Bufus Where and what is Needmoro ? I w ill answer tho latter question first. Needmoro is the country homo of Mrs. Mollio E. Adkisson no more or no less. .As you aro aware, I have been boarding with her for sonio flvo or six months, and I find it to bo n very pleasant place to stop, especially, as I am so tired of city life, and the rush of business nnd noise thnt is n necessary accompaniment, Needmoro is situnted on tho "high nini" hotweon tho "Dry Bed" of Sinking creek, on the North, and tho creek formed by tho "boiling spring" on tho South. To tho southwest, as I repose in my Sedan chair, I have a full vinw nf tlm "Nation" a country being be tween Clifton Mills and Sample, and in n good part of winch I am told a man can tako ono hen nnd raise four or five hundred chickens, one sow and raise as mnnv hoirs. etc.. etc. To tho east and north aro the beautiful homes of Messrs T. G. Jordan and Ell Parr, respectively, while duo west I enn see tho palatini residence of Mr. 11. A. Parks, the great Knntiickv noultrv fancier. As the cupolas on his hen houses stand glitter-iiiin the morninc sun they nro so re splendent and dazzling to my eyes that I cannot bear to look at tliem. Ana it would do you good to seo thoso hen houses and lots. First, a lot and the hen hoiiRo cxaetlv in tho middle. Then from the center of tho houso on eoch side a fence connects with tho fenco opposite. Tho hen houso is also cut into four compartments. In each lpt he tins n different strain of cnickens. In ono lot ho has the Game, in the next tho Long Shang, tho White Kock ana last tno Kepeaier, which, I am told is n very desirable chicken. But, tho iusii'e of tho house is tho curiosity. Tiio floor is checkered marble, the ceiling and nests nro mado of mahogany and the roosts of rosewood. Each room had and three of them still liavo a largo looking glass in it, mado of lipnw finnnh nlate. Ill the room where tho looking glnss is most conspicuous by un it nlisniu'o lives tiio linnio cock, first discovering it ho gave a shrill made a drive at it and knocked it into pie. Tho glass in tho other rooms nro all n failure except in that of tho Bepenter, ihe object oi tne glass is this: Make tho nest right in front of tho glass. Presently Biddio gets onto tho nest nnd nt tho same time sees another hen do the samo thing. Soon Biddio lays nn egg and tho other hen does tho samo. Now, Biddio does not o so she "repeats," like to bo henco that name, and that accounts for Mr. Parks' getting 18. or --(0 dozen eggs from a singlo hen in one year. Why lie should get .that number in a day if his hen could "reneat" often enough. Mr. Parks is u new man in tho business, in fact has just started, and after ho has tried tho poultry business for a year or two and lias learned something 'by actual experience, I nm satisfied ho can givo us something on .ckicken culture that will bo interesting. Fry-mlrk, poo-goo-poo-goo-L o, out-don- GJ50.yiilAKIiiL& magnificent combination for tho people. A popular lino of tho latest npiing Attraction. An unlimited variety In every department of tho store." The determination nnil ability to make tlm best prices. Quality as you like them. Styles and fashion the latest. Assortment complete nnd alright prices. A Dnnt fall to co our nplcndld lnck nnd tallo (ho ndvnntngB ol the Inducements ollered In I . '1 ? rC HAIR VICOR Keeps the scalp clean, cool, healthy. to f KlNd The Best Dressing Restores hair which has become thin, faded, or gray. Lowell, Mass. or RUNE rcord 2:.Ws Mre or fugue 2:iws, Ke.ier z:iw. I'rlnce Edward 2!V0, IA more from 2.20)1 to 3:110; aire of the dam. of Advance 2:2to. King Kussell 2:20, and of the sire, of Utile Archer (4 y-- 2:16, and 4 more belter than 2: SO. ms. BELMONT 84. trl Sire of Fred Arthur (n) ;KU, Nulwood 2:ltm, Wedgewood 2:ll, Viking 2:14, and &i other In 2:110; 37 sons have 1HJ In 2:j; So duughtcis have 37 In 2:30; 4 IS. total descendants In 2: SO 'I he greatest son of Abdallah 1.1, who, all thlnga considered, was the greatest aon ol llamblelonlan 10. . ABDilLAH 18.2:42! by Mamblttontaa 10 Wre of Goldsmith Maid 2114 (dam of Stran jrer, aire of Pin l:M) and Svtotlnr.lt 2:Mt Almont, sire of 88 in 2:80 and 44 ftewead. ants In 2:30; Belmeit, aire of as in 1:M and 415 deacendanla In 2:M; all this. eeesM-erethe greatest aon of II tmblt4onla 10. d, 1 BKLLB, by Mambrlno Chief 11 Dam of Belmont, 415 dtscendants In 2:80! McCurdy's llamblelonlan 2:W, aiie of 11 In 2:80; Bastacua, aire of Prosper Mtiime 2:24; israndam of Mayenne, dam of Crca cendo 2:14U; Pancoa.t 2:214, aire of Fa Iron 2:14U, 1'rcdlgal 2:17K I Patronage, aire of Allx (8) 2:16W, best on record except Sunol. MAHBRIKO CHIEF 11 Sire of Lady Thorn 2:IStti and eight mere In the list : also the aire of the dam. of Director 3:17, riedmont2il7Vk, and 17 more ia 2:80 or better. BtJRCH HARE, by Parker'. Brown Pilot Dam of Kosallnd2:tm, Donald 2:27. and ( Illandlna, dam of King Rene and Swlgert ana a otnar aires si z:av ana ptucr, frailer. fl ' MANY MAY LINES A Four-in-lian- ! Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co. Barney lliggins, tho notorious of Summerset, lias nt last been delivered up to tho Circuit Court and is now in jail charged with robbery and the detention of Miss Woods, who is now in tho Lexington Insane Asylum ns a result of his brutal treatment. For some timo tho students of tho Bethel Femalo College, at Hopkinsvlllo, havo been annoyed by tho insults of tho mashing younglnen of tho town. Last Sunday night a couple of policemen lay in ambush and while the young ladies were filing in from church, captured four of tho sprightly dudes. They belonged to the best families in town, but it cost them $50 in tho City Court next morning. BRESS 63(M)S, 190. (In all the Detroit rlindcA ) 8 pes. nf hnlr line fnciti worth llio. for 2Jc. 20 pes of Imported droa pattcrni, nn two aliko worth Otic for fiSo. 16 pea new stylo Dolose nssnrlcu colors fur lOo Extra fine weave Bedford cord worth 7J, at z J Q-- o Q LlI cc ,. BLAHDINA. Dam of bwigert, aire of Moody 2:184, and 30 more in list! Abdallah flint, aire of Heard 2I1SH, and of Messenger Chief with 12 In the list; King llcne.sTre of 18; Solicitor, aire of 3; Itedwood 7, with I; Kienia, with 2. Wo liavo added many now nnd nttrnc-,'!stiv- o lines to our largo slock of Gentlo- l- i- DI0TAT0E 113 mother to Dester 5:174, and sire of 2:10. Phallaa" 2:1E4, Minnie Cassell (p) 2ilOVii Director 2:17, Delineator (p) 2:18, SO others in 2:80: and dam. of Nancy Hanks 2:09, Lockheart 2:14, Northwest (p) 2:174, llrown (4) 2:181, Keller Ihomaa 2:11)14, and 15 other, in 2:80. Dictator ia also grand aire of Direct (p) 2:00, Margaret S. It) 2:ms, Guide 2:i(IU Evangeline (S) 2:19; Daphne 2:1, and d others In 2:80. ,11,111.11 J1ICII O 5f"Li, tention i.UllllD(llllj UUU1I0I beautiful lino of is directed to our T ..-? OABITA Dam of 7 full brothers and aister. to Splendor. All sold aa yearlings and at from 11,000 to $2,000 each. Two cr more are certain to go In the list thla aeason, Cordova trotted last year in 2:32. HAMBLETOMAH 18.. aire oi uester z:i7Mi Hettie 2118, Urange Girl 2:20, 88 others, and grand aire of Sunol 2:08U, Maud S. 2:084, Palo' Alto :08ti, ce Mancy Hank. 2:09, 1:10, and over 1000 others In 2:8. CLARA Dam of Dictator (sire as, noted), Dexter 2:174, Alma 2:284, Astoria 2:29ft, Aida dsm of Alda de (Men 2:26V; Clara U also grandam of 'Reina Victoria, dam of Princeton 2:194, and 8 othera In 2i80. V '4- - lYhito Shirte, Tecka, Bows and for Sprine nnd Summer. The largest lino ot Outing Shirts in the city. Our 75 cent shirt in this lino is a daisy. It neither fades or draws up, is full size, nnd well made JNO. D. BABBAGE, E. 0. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. Manager. Auint'.n brond cloth all shades lowost pr'ces. Dig line of Thorinedor suiting exclusive patterns. Jnrcestown plnlda and plain. We make a rptclaity in b'nek dicss goods, Imported and domttlc Henriettas and cashmeres, eta. If you will call nnd see our new goods yon will not bo nble to res'at the temptation to take some of them home. " f DnyALI.'S,AMBRIKO blre ol the ama of D, Monroe 2;KV, Duroe-2:29Vi- MISS BUTLER Dam of Maud Butler 2:28V, and she la the dam of Phallamont, sire of 0 under 2:50. Lulu 2:29Vi, Maud ButUr, trial 2:26ft, and erandslreof MolUeMc.two-ycr-ol-d trial Decoy, trial 2:31 and a quarter at a (alt of 2 :08. Mlsa !:: ' ' ' , Breckenridge News. f Hundreds of persons, using Ayer's WEDNESDAY, ArillL 27. 1892. Hair Vigor, certify to its efficacy in restoring to their hair tho color and beauty of youth. Danville, Harrodsburg, Lexington, l and Undo Strock Georgetown, Versailles, Stanford grass Aro the Names That Shelbyvillo organized tho blue Suggosts as Candidates for lcaguo of base ball. President and Vice in the That everlasting "belled buzzard" has been seen again in Hart county, headPeople's Party. t. ing duo South. He will next turn up in Georgia or Texas. ,, Tired of Ev.ery Thing That is now or "Aunt" Funny Davis, nn old colored Ever has Been, the Han Prom woman, died near Danville at the ripe Preston Wants a Sweeping rid ago of 103. She died in full posscs-tio- n WEVER AND POLK "' Change. Editor News I am proud to know that you publish tho brightest and cleanest paper in tho State, nnd are well represented by interesting correspondents. I NJiow ask tho privilege of adding somc- thing to my county paper, though I may r s differ with some, yet it is only an hon- Scsl diflcrenco which nil enjoy. Hero in j:uiui:Ky mu wuiuiiLU uru rujiutiiiig in iat quiet that preceds a storm. Wo aro wearied over nnd disgusted with tho proceedings and hypocrisy of our Congressmen (sotno at least) over tho samo old Sham fight on the tariff. For more than fifty years, all in my observation nnd recollection, tho old party bosses lias indulged in long winded speeches on tho tariff, nlmost to the exclusion of anything else. And tho tariff question is now in a worse condition than ever, since the formation of tho government. Tho old jpafly leaders have got it in their heads, uiui. uiu puupiu win iohuw wiuir iuw cunning hypocrisy forever. When they j IIUVU hui gut bUUSU I'llUllgll UUIUllgSb fi themselves to decide, finally, whether tho tariff is a tax or not. If tho people everywhere aro not tired and sick of tariff speeches, they must have a stom IX ach J ike the man that swallowed a hat full of nails and pieces of iron. To my mind nothing more readily reveals tho ignorance of a man than to hear him continually talking tariff. But the timo has conic, when patience ceases to be a virtue. And tho people will bo likely to reject a candidate who makes the tariff the leading issue. If nil Alliance Congressmen would do as Livingston, of Georgia, has done, go into tho old partisan Democratic caucus and agreo to abide by what they say and do, tho Alliance had as well disband its organization and be done witli it. But wo entertain great hopes that the peoplo will in tho future vote for such men ns that noblo little band in Congress headed by reffer and Watson, whose patroit-ifiand devotion to tho principles upon pnd by which they were elected, makes the shining lights and living them tc-lexamples to govern tho great labor organizations in casting their votes in the future. My information in Kentucky enables wo to say, that tho different labor organizations aro well pleased with tho proceedings of our representatives at St. Louis, and fully endorse tho platform and policy there adopted. Now let us unito on Wover for President, and Folk for Vice Fresidcnt. With the other shining lights of the order in tho cabinet nnd Judgo Guffy, of Kentucky, for Attorney General nnd tho old tariff Shams won't have n ghost of n chance. Tho peoples representatives in Congress have so shamefully betrayed their trust on tho old Jncksoninn Silver Question that consternation is wide spread. Even Speaker Crisp had to givo it a parting kick, ho is not of the right metal. May tho good ruler of tho universo nave us from such an Alliance victory ns ho was. T. S. Fkymibk. m ay druff; keep tho hair soft and of a natural color by tho use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itencwer. Mr. John L. Bow and Miss Olivo White, prominent peoplo of Bowling Green, eloped to tauisvillo and were married in tho County Court room. her faculties. Cleanse the scalp from scurf and of all dan- You can't feel well if tho blood is not rigid. Try Lightning Blood Elixir. It is an herbal compound, and acts directly on the blood nnd glnnular system. It beats face powders for the complexion. Mr. Thomas Gilliam, Morristown, 0., says : "My daughter wns delicate after ' Two bottles of having the measles. Lightning Blood Elixir improved her health so much that she gained twelvo pounds in two months. It beats tho doctor's treatment." For sale by all druggists. barbers in Henderson joined a Sunday closing league nnd proposed to make n grand and sweeping refoun in tho tonsorinl arrangements of Sunday they closed up the city. shop and occupied their time with spying around and swearing out warrants of arrest ngainst their brother barbers who kept opon for the accommodation of tho dirty and bearded public. These bad men retaliated by having all tho good little barbers nrrcsted for keeping open tho Sunday before, and the result was that they nil got into court. A few goody-good ist laWe have a boautllul line of hand-mad- e dles low shoes, latest spring styles, also a full lino of Hand turned shoes. Our shoe depart' raent is larger this season than over. Wo can please everyone In style, quality nnd price We nave a beautiful lino of uitn's custom mado lluell shoes. Latest styles In men's low shoei. We can sell you boy's floe front lace or Congress shoes worth $1,(0 for 78o. Men's Kangaroo cnlf was sold for fJ.50 now going for $2.4U. Old Kentucky flats sold every placo for $2.00 our price $1.35. We have a hundred difToront styles anil prices, can make anyone smllo at tho unreason tie low prices. THE DAM or BROWW CHI3Y.- -. Sire of Maggie K 2:294, and of the Jama of Lady Majolica 233, Altamont and . '. i , rranason J:1V. .Spring Farm until os Battle Jones J :28ft, riossie u zuost, ucperia a 2:i, etc, etc. SPEND0R, will bo for service at tho Basin ?10,00 cash July 1st, when ho goes into training. - $25.00. Pnynblo ni follows maro is known to lio in foal. PASTURE : TRRMS at timo of service ; : $15.00 ' v tiio balance is insurance monoy, payable wliori ' ,,, , Excellent Pasture can bo bail for mares from a distance at reasonable figures. " For further particulars address NEVITT &. BLAND, P. O. Irvington. Ky. Our Clothing Department Is Immense. 5,000 suits to select from, every shade' and cut can be had. Fancy stripe woven men's suits run 34 to 40 worth (5.00 going fur $1.48. All shades, cuts and sizes men's suits sold for $7.00 going $4.08. Men's all wool Scotch'sults sold for $10.00 at W. W. WILLIAMS. liwiiig at $10.00. A great reduction In Men's and Boys' black Cheviot suits. browns, nil Wood, Tobacco nnd Cinnamon cuts rock bottom prices. A beautiful line of Imported serges, tiylor made, very cheap. I Men's black ground pie strlpo sold for $15,00 $0.08. Are You In It? 'TPIEl ' I --rasa! FURNISHED BY au iiGr Len.G. Herndon & Co., "sLy'C r BjJBaiE'J'af' " Genera Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storogj H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Rollable and prompt. Cash with every no There's a good deal of guaranteo busiIt's ness in tho store keeping of Half too excessive. Or too reluctant. the timo it means nothing. Words-o- nly words. Tliis offer to refund tho money, or to pay a reward, is made under tho hopo that you won't want your mohoy back, nnd, that you won't claim tho reward. Of course. So, whoever is honest in making it, and works not on his own reputation nlone, but through tho local dealer, whom you know, must liavo something he has faitlf in back of tiio guaranteo. Tho business wouldn't stand a. year without it. What is lacking is confidence. Back M that, what is lacking is that clear lion-vst- y which is above tho "average practice." Dr. Fierco'a medicines aro guaranteed to Accomplish what they aro intended to do, and their makers givo the money back if (lie result isn't apparent. Doesn't it strike you that a medicine, tho makers liavo bo much c6nu- to-da- loy, in tryHugo Lacy, a ing to climb upon a heavy counter pulled it over to the floor. Ho was caught beneath nnd crushed to death. Two young men ran n foot race nlong n street in Shelbyville. One of them was leading easily, when near tho outcome ho tipped his lint to n passing lady and lost. Biciiard Lyons shot and instantly killed Bohert Crabtrce, near Webbville, for traducing his wife. Lyons has fled the country, and no effort is being made for his arrest. Miss Nnnnette McDowell, a of tho statesman, Henry Clay, was married to Dr. Thomas It. Bullock, of Ixmisville, at the old Clay honie-6tcaAshland. Albert Doering, a fanner living in Jefferson county, had n horbo killed by lightning while he was driving the animal along a road. Mr. Doering narrowly escaped death himself. Mr. It. W. Pickering, a prominent farmer, living near Princeton, has received the sad news that his son, Taylor Picketing, had been murdered by his own wife in Bell county, Texas. The unlawful whisky dives in were raided, and four nrrests were made. They nil had government license, but were selling in violation of the Local Option laws of Hardin county. A negro in Louisville, who had the au dacity to steal n case of eggs out of a huckster wagon and boldly walk away with it, had the misfortune to drop it off his, shoulder breaking most all tho 'fruit,'' nnd get nrrcsted. Kobt. Whitnoy, tho mnn who is suspected of setting fire to the Big Sandy Flour Mill at Catlettsburg, two weeks ngo, has been arrested. The feeling is strongly against him, though he says he can easily prove an alibi. Medicine to merit bucIi prnise ns the following, must necessarily possess virtue. Mr. I. Whitehouse, Meigs Creek, 0,, says: "I liavo been handling all kinds of patent medicines for fifteen years, nnd havo had nothing to equal the Lightning Itomedies put up by the Herb Medicine Co., Weston, AV. Va. I was suffering from kidney and urinary trouble, the physicians said they could do nothing more for mo. I took 2J bottles of Lightning Kidney and Liver and am perfectly well." For sale by all druggists. Henry Wendt, a blacksmith of Now-por- t, went over in Cincinnati to havo a check of 1,000 cashed, and was robbed of every cent of it, at tho bank's door, as ho camo out, by n couple of Binooth faced young men. Tlioy mado their and have not been arrested. Tho sonsational and spicy case in which young Prichett sued Miss Ella Harrison for tho return of a diamond engagement ring nnd other vnluablo presents, which ho had given her when he was tho accepted suiter for her hand in mnrringc, was settled by compromise, nt Summerset, last week. medicine in tho Tho best market is Lichtuing Hot Droits. It is positively guaranteed to do as recommended, or money refunded. Ask your dealers about it. Mr, J. L. Goodwin, !LIma, S. 0., says: "Lightning Hot Drops aro wonderful. Havo no equal. I herewith encloso an order for two gross Lightning HotDrops." A $300.bJU was found in tho ponsession of h femalo convict at Frankfort. She had been 'sent up from Louisville for abortion in 1889 for a term of fifteen years, and has kept tho money concealed about her person until now. It was taken way from her by tho authorities, but will bo returned at tho expiration of four-year-o- ld d, Klwa-bethtoBe-mees-cad UNION STAR. It. C. ltichnrdbon went to Louisville Are going cheaper this season than over beforo. Our $15.00 Garments we are selling for $10.00. ' " 9.24 " " 12.50 7.49. " " " " 10.00 Come In and cximine our stoct, we guarantee we can save you monoy- We will pay highest market prl-- o for wool, sell you goods at unreasonable low price, It will be to your interest to visit us. We extend everyone a welcomo Invitation to come and examine our beautiful and immense stock Krery department fnll. of spring goods. Building BOOM. If you are you need DlBl'SBBEIDKSU In count sale. Consignments solicited. offering to the publto the services of the following breeding stock, we do not hesitate to say tbat we believe It to be aa good as can be found In the state. Not only well-bre- d on tho side of their sires, but equally as well through their dams ; a yerr important thing In a breeder, Was sired and Bourbon Denma k foaldod at I.exlngtun, Pedigree. LOUISVILLE. KY., Aprlt 2fl,Mf92. Shippers should mark all packages' plainly, with shipper's name and address. ' BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY, ETC. Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and prices firmer. Dried Fruits, Market very dull on apples and peaches. Beans. Demand active at advance. Eggs. Receipt heavy, market wiak and Ky. post-offi- This high style Kentucky saddle stallion will make the season of 1892 at ray place one "rnllo east of llewbyvllle on the Louisville road. Bourbon Denmark was sired by Fayette Denmark, he by Ned Galne's Denmark; he by race horse, Dlomede, he by Imported Iat. Dam by Ball Stocking. 2d. Dam by Davy Crockett. 3d. Dam by Roan-na4th. Dam by Uertrand. Sth. Dam by Highlander. You will lower. ,, BUTTER. Choice, country Medium, Common Creamery - , , ; 20 10 Sunday. is feared ity is killed. GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, Tt ilmpl. application '13 22 , , (a) 11 8 (ry 10 'j KY. ef i 27 1 It that the fruit in this vicin- EGGS. Born, April 13th, to the wife of M. S. Jolly, a fine boy. Weight 11J pounds. mA 1 WAYNE'S OINTMENTi nitboot any inUrsftll mauicint. cam ui tt)f. iCMiot. itch, til" ruction on Ih f&Asvi. cheapest millinery stock ever brought to Union Star ut Minnie O'Neill's Mr. F. Beard, of Hardinsburg, was the guest ot Miss Cora Itlcliardson Sunday. Mr. Hugh Ackcrman, of Uome, was the guest of Miss Bell llajncs n few days Tho ago. Qui to n number of our young peoplo !aE v rot IT ARDEWARE y 1 d. Fresh Old Hens. Roosters, H to POULTRY. . 12. k, Aft..ia)sVln v iwih, hindl. DOM. whlu ainrl h.iih J kin cfeftr. 1, or niiI by mMl for W eta. Poll j dm Addm D. tiwiIvB Hvk rttUaultlpM, I'. Aik j out anujr.ii fi J.L And we have it. Sellers' Liver Pills. Act Directly on tue Ltvcr. FiTin,DTJr-Ersu- , Ccnzs Chills and BicKlIciDAcnE, Bilious Colic, Conbtipx-tioRaEuiririsM, Pius, FAUiTinan or toe IlEinT, Dizziness, Tomid Ijviui, Coated Tonovz, Sleeplessness, and au Diseases or TnsLrvEii and Stohacit. II you do not "feci very well," n single pill at bed-tlm- Nails, Hinges, Locks, from this renowned sire's breeding that he Is baoked up by the strongest families of Denmarks on the sire's side clear hack to thoroughbreds. On his dam's side, he has some of the be-- t crosses of saddle families to be had, strongly backoj up by thorough breds, both on sire and dam's side. Note. notice Lar e Springers ,, Small Springers Medium Springers Young Ducks Live Turkey Dressed turkeys Dressed Hens , Ltve Geese (feathered) Goeso (plucked) Live .... ,.., , 4 DO to 4 2 H . 2 JO to 3 , 4 SO to 6 5l 3 00 to 4 Ol 4 00 tQ.5 0t , 3 50 to 4.5I 9 OH to 10 Ol ll 00 to 1S0I 3 00 to 3 M 3 50, to 4 Oi 2 00 to 2 M 44 2J lfi (t& Description. Denmark is a bonutlful bay 111 hunds high and has as much natural style as any stallion In the state, and Is as fine a breeder as can be found, lie breeds his colts with style and finish. Solid colors and plenty of size. Breeds very strongly after himself, eight out of every ten going the gaits by the mother's side. He transmits bis saddle qualities very readily, becnuso bis gaits are all natural and not acqulted. He goes all the gaits easily, but especially to be admired Is bis running walk, Bourbon I'rlme, white goese Mixed Old.- .No. l.,duck Racoon Mink., Opossum, Gray Fox Red Fox Black Skunk Wild Cat .Musk Hat Oiter. cased FEATHKRS. 41 ,3i , , , attended church at Flint Island Sunday. Mr. Alf Boot was called to the bedside of his sick brother-in-laMr. Chisham at Mitchell, Ind. For neat fitting dressmaking and the best assortment of millinery goods call on Minnie O'Neill. Miss Lena Bicliardsou has returned from a pleasant visit to Louisville, and reports n pleasant trip. Mrs. Kate Cunningham nnd Miss Nel lie Bennett, of Deiby, were the guests of Mrs. Minnie O'Neil Sunday. Mr. C. C. Black has bought the farm of Mr. Marion Baker nnd is moving in Mr. Baker is moving to New Albany. Mrs. Maggie Cashmau, who has been visiting friends nnd relatives here, hns returned to her homo nt New Albany. Minnio O'Neill has just opened a nico line of ladies' hats, trimmings, etc. Call on iiero before purchasing elsewhere. ,... JB,(2f 3( frt FURS , to to ,..,,, , 1 40 to '71 stimulates tho etomacb, restores tho appetite, imparts vigor to tho system. They euro all diseases llko magic. Gtt the right kind. SELLERS' LIVEit TILLS. Sold by drncclsts. Send for circular. SELLEH3 MEDICINE CO., Pittsburgh. To, is to 70, to SO 2: i Ot Gt flfrto'l 2: 90 to 1 to 25 to Mantles and Grates. A full line of Ear m-in- Short Striped Skunk Black Striped and White Skunk i Black Warrior, high, blaok with mealy will be four years old 27th of May next s of flno carriage and splendid action, with heavy bone. Will serve a limited number ol mares. Canary Bird 14K hands Is nn JACK. Inbred St , , 10 to nearer, isrge Ueer bkina per lb , , , It 5 00 to 0 01 5 00 ti i&Slfc g TERMS. Bourbon Denmark SI 2.00 To Insure a living colt, payable when colt is foaled. If mare stiould to sold or traded off, the money will be due at timo of sale or parting therofrom Oreen, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good,.,, Sheep skins d HIDES. ,, 20tojpi , era 2i' St 1 80, 3. 2. 8 (u) 2 V, WpOL. Grease, fine Grease, coarse , Merino Burry and Cuts Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb. Choice per lb........ ,...,... ,,...,.. , , , Tools and Imple- 32 22 12 "GRAND PAP'S TOWN." Winter is broke and Spring is here. It. G. Bobertson is in Fordsvillo. J. 11. HciiBloy was in our thriving little town last week. WHY IS THE Miss Edna Bobertson is expecting to visit parts unknown soon. CENffflMEU Mr. Lafo Fleming paid Miss Jakie WE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? Owen a Hying visit last Sunday. It la a seamless ahoe, with no tacks or wax thread calf, fects mado Mr. Cas Bates, of Fearn Creek, was to hurt theand beenu$e of the best nno jam. etllsn tee make mora 0 fA(. and easy, grade than any other manufacturer. It equals band. visiting Mrs. Lucretia Bobertson last llaml-icwptho finest call tCC UO(Seniiliinoflercd tor $5 0U equals French week. aiiJm fchoe ever cost Imported shoes vthlcu from SSJIIto (12 OX Lutio Moorman expects to open Cl A 0(1 d Hlioo, lino calf. Miss Welt iit'-fatyllsb, comfortable and durabla. The best n graded school nt Glendenno soon. Dr. ahoe erer ottered at this price t same grado as custom made shoes costing from $8.W to t9.ui. It. T. Dempster assistant. Railroad Men Wioci CO 30 l'olleo Carrier, Farmers, tbemi Una calf, all wear HtxJm and Letter heavy thrco Lillio Owen is nil smiles of Into. seamless, smooth Inside, wear a year. soles, extenMiss sion edge Ono pair will no shoe ever off She anticipates residing in the blue CO 30 flno cnlfione better will convinceered at 3etmm this price i those trial who want a shoo for comfort and service. grnhs region in tho near future. 'M nnd strong Workinaiunn'n shoes aud durable. Those who are very Look out, Madnm Humor says that Mr. bare given tlieni a trial will wear no other make. -nnd 81.75 school abnea are Will Moorman is to lead Miss Carrio Bnvcl worn by the bojra overwhere; they sell D U Jr D ns tho Owen to tho Alter soon. May sunshino on tbcTr merits, $3.00 inrrcatingd sales show. best shoo, I ladUICo liongola, very stylish! equals French and happiness bo theirs. Imported shoes costing from l U) to tu). Idlea'.it.ao. b'f OO iiu.ISI.7Ssl10 ' MrvCourtland Beeler mado n flying Hisses aro tho best flnu Uougola, tityll.h and durable. (!nutlon,-Se- a. pamo that v. 1 Inst week price are stamped on tho bottomliouglaj1 shoo, and visit to the blue grass region of each NO HI7JIHTITUTE..M and has returned looking ns happy as a Insist on local udvertl.ed dealers supplying jot. XV. 1. VOVUUAti, UrocUtou, Muss. I&lab? Juno bug on a sweet 'tater vino. 8A1UIS. I3Y Frank Fralzo Deano is preparing to FOR BOWMER & HAMBLETON build a polo cago and wo think from tho CLOVERPORT' KY. frequent visits ho makes ho will soon capture tho bird. What do you think about it? d, Ilnnil-Sowe- Eev. V. W. Dorris' Sermons. IiiviMiioK, Apr. 14, 1892. During tho protracted meeting which V. W. Dorris, of the church of Christ, will begin nt Irvington on Monday night, May2d. Tho following subjects will bo investigated strictly in the light of God's truth. Mond.iy night, May jJ. "The Ilacc and tliu Crown." Tuesday nlRlit, May 3.1. "The Origin and l'ow. cr of God's Y'(ird." Wednesday night, May 4th, "The Word made flesh and Un present form." Thursday night, May 5th. "The Kingdom or Church of GoJ." l'rlday night, May 6th. "The Kingdom or Church of God." concluded. Subjects for Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night will bo announced W. L. DOUGLAS Corn $3 SHOE Bakes. ments, Hoes, Bakes, Plows, Hames and Chains, Mowers, Reapers, Binders, a specialty. )5U Ji Canary Bird - - - $10.00 DRIED APPLES. , U to 2 2 If to 3tf tO To Insure a llvo colt, payable when colt Is foaldod. If mare should be sold or traded off, the money will be due at the time of sale or V 3X Fancy Drills and Fence Wire pnrtlng therefrom. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. Mares kept on easy terms. Chopped PeellLgs Ohas. H Drury. tt0 .( from tho pulpit. Monday nlgh,'May oth. "What is God's power unto Salvation ?" Tueseay night, May loth, "God driwlng men to Christ." Wednesday night, May nth, "Men must do something to lie saved." Thursday night, May uth. "What must I do to he saved f" Friday night, May nth. "The true basis of nillac F. llnml-nntvc- The largest stock of Stoves and Tinware in three counA complete ties. stock of Hardware. Name the article you want and we can fur- To Advertisers If you wisb and need Instruction, send ono dollar for our " Book for Advertisers." A little Btudyof that book will enable you to decldo what you ought to do, andgiveanldeaof tlie probable cost. waam Evaporated, In sacks., 3 PEACHES. Halves, per lb ."....,..,..,;.. ... 2 Quarters per lb..... .,.., I , .... 6 to Peelod, per lb 3 Pears per lb t6 '4.1 8 Blackberries per lb,., t 3) HAY. GRAIN. FEED We quoje price) on Louisville oltj " " " 3Jito I 1 ..,,. toll to-da- y to advertis? Strictly choice HAY. 12.00 1(1 Choice No. 2 , Good Medium Good Bright Straw... Cbotce whit Choice shelled 50 10 00 '5 00 MILS lllj ,. 1116 42.(21 44 wun, .'. If you instruct u? to place a certain amount of advertising for you In tho way wo think will do you the most good, you should Bond an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make ul table arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all the attention that it requires. No, No. No. 2 oats Seed oats nish it. See our 2 2 Red ., 40 ,.,1,.. ,,...,....... 40 WHEAT. Long Berry wheat ,., , , oats.. (') " t J 2 '4 , stock and prices. If you wisb zvp aIverti$err)ei)t ndver-tlseme- nt Tallow, perbbl ,.,.. Beeswax Sorghum per gallon MISCELLANEOUS ,,, ..,... , , Payne & Go, The Ltiaaing HaiflwareMerchaDts. Christian Union." In this series of sermons Brother Dor- prepared and a plan of advertising marked out i to bo told what papers you should uso, and what tho post will bo, we will furnish the and tho plan either or both, and submit them for your con. f (deration, together with our bill for tho service. ,,u20 SS POTATOES. Choice Mich, bulk per bu unoice aormern juii Poor to Died. MIcb. If vA. T.J. 38 , From store Indiawa Home Grown per barrel 2o to So per bu higher, MIohlgan, hand ploked.,,, ""'Ill ,.,., 1 Mpf ris will endeavor the church with fied fairly before tho full benefit, all. to get the teachings of which ho stands identitho people, and to get you should hear them Scientific American Aoonoy for Cloverport, Ky. For preparing of Enterprise. St. Paul, Mj, Apr. 15, 1892 Dkaii Km Inclosed plcaso find cash to renew my paper for another year. 1 can't do without tho Nkw from old Kentucky. As Irvington is ono of tho most prosperous towns on your railroad why don't youjlmvo n correspondent from there, is jt lack of enterprise on their part? Wo nro all for Clovclund up horo. Bespectfnlly, A.J. A'.kxawiek. It Is Lack liSEE Pu ipvfrle by a notice given Ireo GREGORY & GO,, Headquarters for electrotypes and estimates" the ad vertlfsor pays us. Ifor the expense of placing advertisements and watching the fulfillment of contracts we are paid by a commission allowed by the publisher of the paper In which tho advertisement appears. all the Ins and onta of advertising without any cost or trouble, read Printers' Ink regularly, carefully. studiously : Issued weekly, W a year. If vou wish a. enmnloto catatonia nf all newspapers, send $5 for the .American Newspaper Directory. lor any lurtlier information address advertisenKi?t?i Navy vuujiuuu uuu eoioreu UNIONS. 0 to SQ , v ,., ,,,.. Finland mixed,,,.,, fij fe (a ut Noithern, per bbl on arrival ........ 2 26 '" from store..,.,. J fro " M OAVEATS, TRADE !lKOj nESIQN PATINTS OOPVRIQHT8, ato. ITor Information and free nanW.C JK't? & CO.. 801 nK2AOWi.15SSf xKSSKu MUNN Oldest bureau lor securing pawfcMJtl (WWfoj-KTar- y ptnt taken out by 5a b Reapers and Mowers, Grain If you want to lean? Per crate from store OABDAGK. 0K.LKRY. .....,.,. 2 15 jFrftstitf, rraaat wtitm liKMwsf iage fn f "W'lion Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Plastor, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by Ihe Barrel, Plaster Hair, Drills, Fancy white plume, per unince Cbotce Green doi... ..,,,,,. M; 1 Pine in need of n ftliirt call on & rircnlitlnn ef anr id en lifts MHWW ""9 SorW. tolendimr, lllustratedL Ktf 3ySPJ it. .weekly. be tBa shouldsix months, Address jHUpN HP $UO UusHKKS.30Brociiraj.Neir Jort, J. 1). Uablwgo. Brick, Plow Handles, Pipe Flooring alOrders acways kept on hand. companied by cash prompt ly lilled. Poplar Shingles GEO. P. ROWELL. fr Newspaper Advertising 10 SfflUCE ST., Bureau, C., APPLK8. Fancy Ben Davis and 'Roma Beauties Choice " " p 174 Fanoy Wine Saps , ,,.,.,..1 7S " Choice i He Faney Gennettlng -.- .-.. I 80 ... , Uuoiee I , 1 Fanoy Creealngs.t inferior grades t. LFanoT Bsldwlns..,...-.:,- , .....,t IS .,(! 1 M 7$ M