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CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1892. ii THE BEST ADVERTISING I Medium In Hrcckcurldge nnd Atcaile coun tlci. We havo reference to the illtllCJf-KNH1UO- K NEWS ofcourac. VOL. XVI. .1 M NO. 41. AtMMli llll NIHUU U J I tflh If Illi wmiwWv YOU BUY mm mm A PRISONER vr OOPYRIQHT AlFRFn.R.ffllHOIlN. DV AMERIOAN PRESS ASSOCIATION I8BL ir I.' m f. .' K Up to this tlmo the fugitives tool: 113 ConfeiltTiito tlcscrtcra, for, ns 0110 of thorn said, "Tho woods uro full of us." Fon Youn But I thought tho tlmo lnul como to tell tho truth in our own After 11 whispered consultation with Dull I told tho men who wo wero mid t f oui nn.xioty to got back to our own lines, and I naked them to ndvise.us as to tho best course to take. To our surprise neither of our WE QUARANTKB visitors showed any annoyanco at my disclosure! indeed, thoy boomed frc-an- d franker than before. The young man with tho wounded head drew in the nshos a map of tho country twenty miles nbont Marietta, taking that town as a center. Ho showed us that Sherman was not only beforo Atlanta, but that the Federal troops held tho whole lino of railroad from'tho Chattahoochee to tho Tcnuesseo and on to tho CumberI,t approaches nearer that gran- land. It was about 8:33 in tho morning, and ular perfection which lias made Bell and myself wero about to extingpring wheat flour fumous the guish tho fire so as not to attract tho wo felt in world over than any other hrand attention of friend or foo, for unexpected honor bound to protect our manufactured in this section. That guests, when in tho far distance we ig tho verdict of thoso who have heard n man shontiug. On tho instant wo spraug back from tho fire and bent tried both. If you want tho best to listen. Tho man had evidently been attracted by the light, and thero was that in his pitiful cry that brought to a-tmind the apieals of the wounded, when, with torch or lantern, tho details make their way through tho distorted ranks of tho dead to find tho friends and the AND foes who still breathed. A few minutes of eager silence, then tho cry was repeated. This tlmo tho words wero very distinct nnd thero was n thrilling panso between, us if tho man was not strong enough to speak tho whole sentence. It was tho grand distress night signal and retail prices of u powerful secret society, of which I Wholesale promptly quoted, and orders for it know nothing at that time, but I never heard the words beforo nor afterward or Anything in our lino filled the outside a Masonic lodge. Tho hailing sign I have seen, however, given on tho same day received. field by fiiend and foo, and to tho best of my knowledgo nnd belief it was always respected. On hearing the words Bell shot out nn oath, then bounded from my eido shouting: "Courage, my brother! Courage by Q dl Wo uus is n cominl" To my surprise tho Confederate who had been . sabred in tho head sprang to Bell's side. The remaining Confederate and myself IRVINGTON, KY, remained back in tho shadows, though tho sound of our friends' voices talking with tho stranger below tho bpritig reasi I fi sured us. i few i(i Tho voices came 1 minutes Bell and thonear, nnd in acame Mississipplan fl into tho clrclo of light carrying between them a heavily bearded inarr, whoso hagLouisville, St Louis & Texas R, R. Co. gard face and bloodshot eyes told of more than tho suffering of death. The ICTO. faded gold braid on tho rugged gray coat, tho three bars on tho collar and tho swollcu, rag covered left foot which Tii kt nc Uircct ho held straight before him told that ho At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednezday Julj 29. '91 was a Confederate captain, and the spur on tho remaining boot suggested cavalry, Eatt Bound Tramr Bound Train. H artillery or tho staff. Tho mau was placed beside tho firo, Kpr' Kxpr. STATIONS Kpr'. Hspr'. nnd while Bell prepared somo supper for the poor fellow had not tasted food Daily' Pally Dally . ' for eighty hours I took the rags off his 00 9 (Kim Up't..ar 625pm TlVtm Iv.Un'n swollen foot nnd discovered that n musKentucky Jit. 12 41 860 8U0 640 8 0S 8 41 Weitl'olnt 1215 720 ket ball had gono squarely through tho 12U2pm 8 02 7 24 Howard ail Instep nnd cauio out, leaving a big, ragHock Haven U45tm 7 4; 900 7 47 1138 740 ged wound in tho solo of his foot. 'While 9 08 I.oiib Ilranch 757 1129 7 31 Urandcnbnrg 807 917 I WA3 bathing the wound, soaking it in 7 27 9 21 Meads Spring. 1125 811 x, 1119 7 23 ono of tho tius and waiting for tho fragKkron J 817 92ii T 1111 715 Gustnn 934 827 ments that had been uspd as bandages 1102 665 9 44 Irvlngton 8 37 to dry, the man told us that his name 6 43 1053 Webster 8 17 952 . 8M 6 40 1045 1000 I.oillburif Yns Watts. Ho belonged to tho Second 1035 631 1010 Pierce 905 Kentucky, and had been on tho staff of 1030 626 Sb...plc 1015 9 11 618 Stephen.port 1023 1023 9 21 tho Confederate General Ross when the 1018 613 1027 Adillton 925 Federal cavalry under Garrard charged 1015 610 1030 30 libit 9 1001 Clnverpurt 1044 567 9 46 After his Into Decatur ten 957 563 1050 bhopi 961 friends had been driven otf ho concealed 9 41 1100 640 Sklllman 1001 933 680 1111 himsolf in the house- of a southern fain- Uuwe.vllle 1010 9 26 6 22 1118 I'etrlc 10 18 " ily till three days before, when tho apl021 9 20 Kalcon 615 1124 (,'avce 915 511 1129 proach of tho Yankees forced him telly 10 28 11 SS 6 05 909 Iwlsport 1034 as quickly as a man supported by a 4 48 861 1152-Power 1060 crutched btick and with tho small bones 8 37 435 l'ate. 1102 ' 1207pm 827 Owensboro 425 1216 1111 of his foot smashed to splinters could. 815 413 1227 Mattlngly 1123' After the captain had been fed and his 4 0', 8 03 SUnley 12 Si 1131 365 1240 Worthlngton 765 1140 foot bandaged ho was placed on tho bed 7 37 Snott.vflle 337 101 1165 of boughs, near which wo found the doll 329 729 IiiuketU 1205pm 111 UaOani 1 25pm ar.IIende''n Iv 715im 315pm and tho child shoes, and the poor fellow's volco failed hlra when ho tried to express LQu!svIMe,Hardfnsburg& Western R. R. his gratitude. In order that tho three Confederates might have a chance to talk No. 2 TIME TABLE. without the restraint of our presenco, TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. Bell, with a djlicacy that seemed entirely foreign to his usual mannor, drew Halt Mound Train. mo out of hoaring and whisperoJ: Weitllounit Train. Dailj, Dlily Dally Daily "Thuuder und Ginral Jackson, cap! if ,ex Sun, ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex faun No, 5 I No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 wo nns slay bar much longer hit looks 11 ,10am Lv Irvlngtun Ar 9 30am powahful likes if you'd be head surgeon 8 35 Garfield 1210pm 1 lamed 12 25 815 nnd mo chief steward of a purty consld-abl- e 7 60 Hardlniburg 1242 rebel hospital." 715 Kirk 118 7 05 After giving our Confederate friends Jolly 130 ' 41 6 Glendeane 148 time enough to discuss ns and to debate Dempster I. 6 34 165 their own situation, Bell and I returned 215pm ar FalLKoiiBWO 014am Ilockvale1 5 61 260 to tho fire, and I at once announced our 6 29 Kuth 302 purpose, after telling Watts that wo wero 5 21 A.kln. 311 SOU v Oak. 329 Yankees, which ho already knew. I ll 4 45am 4 OOpni ArPord.villeLvl ns a ourious fact that each of these throo men had u loaded Revolver in his belt, but lifter our meeting wo felt that of liring at 111 THELQU1SVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE. they would no moro think . than nt their owu people. Truly 11 fellow feeling makes even old foemen won(L. E.AST. L. R. II.) ;t drous kind. Captain Watts, who know the country SHORTEST, QUICKEST thoroughly, gave ns directions which, if followed out, would tnko us into our AND BEST LINE TO own lines by morning. He .banded Bell his revolver, saying that he should havo no moro use for It, but would release tho Mlssissipplans nnd remain abovo on the, AND ALL POINTS Jill till succor came or ia died, and ho cii nqt peein tQ hnyo any choicp in those Bouth-Wes- t. NONE SUCH! to bo itrti-rebt- . SDAILY BREAD; ENTIRE: SATISFACTION my o 8a IrvingloiTL MILLING Gompantj, MM W I liii.((:iE U wiJllH'irwHIiilw 18. s TIME SCHEDULE days-befor- ' ro-ca- St. Louis, Evansville around, wo uns will tend out fob jou uns jest ns soon as wo strike our folks. I liiout say we'd report you to your own folks, ef 60 bo wo tuts wus gobbled agin, but that nint agwluo to happen, oilluss we uns is fit fob the grave or you uns gives us a most powahful surprise." Tho Confederates discussed this proposition without nny heed to our presence, nnd they finally agreed to stay whoro hours, to keep they wtro for forty-eigh- t tho firo burning at night and to olfer no resistance to any Yankee who might approach their camp. Wo understood what this conclusion meant. Then, nfter refusing to take our hliare of tho provisions, wo shook hands with them and hurried awuy from the fire, feeling, somehow, tl.it wo had said goodby to friends cvett moro helpless and unfortunate than ourselves. Wocamoouttou treeless knoll Hnd halted to look about us, for it was a beautiful, clear night. Tho lino of tho Chattahoocheewits marked by camp fires. A glow marked tho whereabouts of Marietta, and fat to tho east, from the direction of Atlanta, wo saw widespread pulsations of light that flamed up and died out, and then over hills and streuui camo tho dull booming of a gun. Sherman was evidently keeping Hood awake in Atlanta. Ou the cast of Kenesaw to tho right, aud Stono mountain on tho direct left, signal fires burned, and wo felt that tho former, at least, marked tho whereabouts of our friends. Keeping in tho direction of tho we descended the hill, aud at the foot of this wo found a road leading in tho right direction. Tough though tho soles of our feet were, tho ruts and stones in this road punished us cruelly, and we availed ourselves of overy field to get out. At times wo stopped to listen, particularly beforo entering a wood, and twice we heard tho distant rumble of moving trains or artillery, but it was impossible to tell tho direction from which tho sound came. Judging by tho stars tho moon had dropped out of sight it was about 3 o'clock in tho morning when wo reached the bank of tho Chattahoochee, aud as we had been staggering with futiguo wo decided to find a becluded spot in which wo might get a few hours' sleep. Near tho liver we camo upon tho ruin of a pretentious houso, whoso two chlmnoys stood out against the sky like monuments of desolation. Boyond this wo found a giuhouse, in front of which was a fence-wita lot of recently cut green corn fodder resting against it. Wo i.i ferred that neither friend nor foohad recently been near this place, else tho fence and the fodder, if not the ginhouse, would bo misting. Our great fatigue influenced our decision. The door of tho building stood invitingly open, so wo went in, and feeling on tho floor witli hands aud feet wo found it covered with cotton seed and very dry fodder. Wo gathered a lot of this stuff close to the door, but to one side, und then lay down. I must havo dropped off to sleep tho instant I Btruck tho floor. I could not havo been asleep many minutes, and I might havo continued to my own ruin, had I not yielded to Bell's whispering and shaking, and by a desperate effort of will loused myself into consciousness. There was no need to ask tho reason for my companion's excited manner. Outsido tho door a number of horsemen, attracted by tho fodder and tho seclusion of tho ginhouse, wero dismounting. Tho accent, even beforo I could wako up sufficiently- - to understand, convinced mo that they wero Confederates, and that thoy were in no ami.tblo mood. They swore nt tho Yankees in n way shocking to listen to; but then they were very impartial witli tholr profanity, for Hood and ltoss came in for their share. I bujjgested to Bell with my lips to his oar that wo blip out ntjil make a break for it, but he had his senses about him far better than myself. A glance through a split; board convinced ino that wo could not get out unseen. After slinging their saddles aud bridles on the fences and tying the horses to tho same, with tho fodder in front, tho men entered the glnhotihO and 0110 of them was about to strike a light when the corporal in command sword at him, called him a d d fool aud asked him if ho did not know that the giuhouso was ns combustible us bo much powder. They gathered up the fodder with their feot, coming dangerously near to Bell and myself; then thoy pulled off their boots, spread their s.uldlo blankets and lay down. Thoy sworo thoy wero starved to death. Ono of them wished ho was a horse, that ho might go out and fill him-ecfull to t'je throat with fodder. It was very evident that thesi men wero Euro that it was "all up with tho Confederacy," and equally certain they would fight h out so long as 0110 of thorn could sit a horso or pull a trigger. Wo learned that their scout had been in tho direction of tho Chat tahoocheo bridge, but that they had been discovered and chased back by tho Union a few miles away. Thoy felt reasonably secure where thoy wero, and their condnct ns well as their talk confirmed this fact. One of tli" men pushed his feet nearly into my faco, but I dared not move, and t the risk of bursting a blood vebsel I checked back the desire to cough caused by the floating fragments of cotton lint stirred up by tho movements of theso men. At length the tallilng died out. Ono man began to spore withont calling out a protest from his companions, and this convinced us that all were asleep nnd that the tlmo Jiad come to be moving. Chat-tahooch- (ii II'MIIT 11' 0 Tho Humbug AsPracticod on Brock- onritlgo Toachors, Given an Airing by Ono Who Has Suroly Been Thero, SPEING is here. So is our stock of Wo lmvo tho largest Third Street Planing MANUFACTURERS OP Mill1 NEW GOODS ! Flooring, Ginghams, Ladies' Dress Goods, and Ceiling, Siding, Bracks Minlfil!, THE SAME OLD CAKE WALK Como and cxninino our gootla for yourself. WILL BE REHEARSED AGAIN lot of THIS SUMMER, THOUGH. AND THE ANTE WILL BE ONE DOLLAR. LOOK & WINDOW FRAMES, MOULDINGS. We wish to inform the liuildlng Public that the Third Street Flaning g ijcuii rciurniHucu wmi 1110 latest, improveu macnincry, anu 11191 wir aro now ready to furnish all kinds of builders material in our line, Buch as FlooriSiftJ'll Celling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, &c. woou-womin- Prepare Yourselves to Put Up or Forfeit What You Already Have in The Pot It's the Law, You Know, and Must Be Observed, Right or Wrong. , Tho fortunate winner of tho Inter-Colligeat- o NOTIONS, in the city. Wo offer you bargains in both van lurnisu material ciuicr in ropiar or Jxiug finishing lumber ever in this city. Have just received vll... luirim. juiiwn i1. . -- 1. r A.,.1.,1 iiiii u iuiu oiiilfiiiuiil ui :....,. onow 1 ino, mo nnerVi 150,000 feet of clear BCasohb. 1 .. t&fl QUALITY AND PRICES. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS: Wo aro ablo to oomncto with anv other nlanlm? mill In t . .... .. ;;..: uy ... , ... .. . nun you can "I prio in save ten per ceni. seeing us ociore purcnasing cisewnere. tin vitv. nf Ttrsknlr jitltljlin fltlil 1'i-iLUlltllli;o notAAnSnltif rmliftttn.l " Oili'i w in.Liiiiiimjiv; nit wii, rlAiltliina VBIJUUIiUlJ DUUlilVU i ',... . this wvllmi k A nf cnnnf 4 T f yw 4" ErP y SP to be CfiNTWEp. West and Tike-Cwd Suph littlo comilnjiit3 as heartburn, is Effect ArrJW. LwiU L. . LulvHlo JtTnYlJI 3t10 a.m..,9tM 7i40 " ...7i40 Ji36 l. 1890. p.ra.4i2J " p.m Boll nt onco hlnzed un and, af tor damn- na tho war nnd nil that brought it on. 10 became really eloquent in his plead jng. As nearly as I ojin reoal Jiis words, jio addressed tho Confederates lifter U I0;05p.m. fgbion ?r J. further Uformatloo, call on or addreu, .. A CAMPBELL. CAMPBELL, fl Rn.i ! ft. flan') Paw. Ag'Ji Evmiifllle, Ind D, P, . f.iaIi'l!!.tKj UHyTloStat Cftfiec ,S. W, Cor, TU'rd Jt Main Ky i . o You uns hea fit till yer comes in nil bloody and yer spurs plum wore up to tho leg. Beforo yon una gits well this liar wftjt will bo done gone and over, and thar ain't no doubt in the mind of nny man cz ain't n plnm idjlt, ez to which pido's comlii out ahead. Now if you una Havo you boreo and Jack bill printed will nareo to atay ljnr and.not go. llnipin at this oillco headache, tootnphe, sour stomach, etc., arc not often fatal, hut vory annoying. All such troubles nro quickly ourcti by Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A. 0. Unyner Shops, W. Vn., Bays ; "1 hnvo beon nN flitted with heartburn and sour stomnob for four yours. Found no relief until I used Lightning Hot Drops.' I can honestly say that Lightning Hot Drops has All dealers sell it. cured mo ontlroly." 25 and 50c. bottles. Oratorical contest nt the Georgetown, choso for his theme tho prolific subject "What Next V" This is indeed tho question of the nge, but to bring it home to "mo nnd my wife, and my son, John, nnd bis wife," we should like to ask "what next" for the teachers of the county ? If thero bo no examination intervening, doubtless tho ready responso would be "Tho Institute." But wo doubt if tho teacher could be found, who having attended ono would ask after it opens "what next ?" All know that tho same crank is always turned nnd tho same rigmarole ground out. We have been ruminating and cogitating and corrugating our brain to learn tho "whyness of tho thus" in other words wo would look meekly up from the depths of our Ignoranco profound and inquiro why the teachers are authoritatively summoned to present themselves a living sacrifico upon tho alter of humbug. We, with many others, should liko to know tho object of tho Urecken-ridg- o County Teachers' Institute, nnd tho work it proposes to accomplish. It It to bo presumed that- - this assembling of teachers was planned and brought into cxistenco to benefit the teachers. Our experience and observation and tho testi money of many teachers, lead us to concludo that It does not exist for this purpose, or if It docs it falls far short of tho object of Its existence. Wo aro told, year after year, that it exists to fulfill tho law. It seems to our benighted intellect and weak judgment, that it exists conn trary to law to tho very foundation our laws rest; for nt somo periwhich od in life, wo havo imbibed tho idea that "tho fundamental law of tho land" provides that no man shall bo deprived of his liberty save as punishment for crime. Out upon a law that compels tho poorly paid, hardworked teacher to spend his money nnd time for that which is vnin, nnd bis labor for that which sntibfieth not! Wo" opine, however, that it is not so much tho law that is in fault, as tho manner in which the law is ex"cuted. There is a dend weight of tho past upon tho Institute. Wo aro not of those who would seek to havo it abolished wo would not advance backward, but with "excelsior" for our watch word wo desiro to move onward and upward into tho brighter day and broader thought of the educational era which is upon us. Does tho Institute assist us in this march or stay us in its progress ? Teachers in tho fullest, truest sense of tho term, nro not ns numerous in our county as wo would fain seo them, yet there aro to bo found those who do not rest their causo upon the potent three It's, but who seek to havo somo of the eternal verities of human growth in mind and at command ; to attain to underlying principles, nnd to build nnd operate upon these. That from tho lips of tho most cultured of this ulnss, ns well as from thoso of tho veriest "clocl -- .vateher" wo havo heard tho Instituto condemned, Is n signillcnnt fact At tho last session of tho Instituto n resolution seeking the abolishment Of it received hearty nnd enthusinstic support and tho only argument adduced to nnd defeat it wns, thnt it would seem n stop backward ; not that the Instituto, itself, was worthy of preserva tion. After somo discission, a resolution seoking to hnvo it remodoled nnd improved was substituted, and adopted. In short tho action of tho tenchors of tho county spoko in terms intelligible, oven to the unlearned, nnd said s "Tho idea of nn Institute is good, wo approve it. Tho Instituto of Breckenridgo County, Kentucky, it a nuisance ; away with it in Its present form. Teachers, as a class, do not opposo that which is elevating uud helpful to them In their work, nnd from tho fact that they do opposo tho Institute, wo must conclude that tho Institute Is not what It should bo." .We havo known a tencher from 'Illinois visiting n Kentucky to nutnil tl'o ylsit n nnler to ho jiresept Pt a county Institute In HJnos not hecaiuc "tho law required it," but beonuso tho teach er know from experieneo that bonefit would lie derived thoro from. If there is In Kentcky ono teacher who. has oyer wended Ida stops homeward from any other statu expecting to lu benefited by tho Breckenridgo County Institute and realUed that expatntlon, it would bo an act of kindness to trumpet tho nows abroad. After a'l "what next" for tho Institute V Shall It contlnuo to forco upon thoso who nro hungry for hotter thing, 'tho usual faro composed ol the husks of technical grammar moistened witli lha ui-oop-pos- Q 1 WITT & MEAD0R, HARDINSBURG. KY. Ttard Street Planing" Mill, CLOVERPORT, . . . , ; W VM HARRY 8UENTHER 401-4- 07 City Bakery and Confectionery. You will find constantly n full stock of & BRO. - $ ra East Main St., A Fresh Bread, Rolls CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. Everything fresh and clean. EElsrOIlsrEISE From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL I inn BaiAiiuii' niiAibiPAA" ruuNimr anu MAUHirot bikini:33i PAiiiBnnw - v-- n 'r i Also a full lino of Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, and an excellent assortment of Fresh and Puro Candies. We solicit your orders for cakes and confections for special occasions which wo arc prepared to fill on short notice. CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Cor. Wall and Poplar Sts. 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 Leather Belting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. ts& PRICES and all business guaranteed to be satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. CLOVERPORT, thin broth of KY. GIVE TJS .A. Ftjknittjke The regular and reliable Furniture dealer la always on hand with a full stock including Sewing Machines, Coffins,! O-IjX- j. (, the spelling book or sandser-vic- He's Been There. I'll offer free a little advice. To married men I'll ilng this tonp, man and wife, vc know, sometimes wiched with tho dry bones of arithmetic. o Is tho Instituto to continue to bo a of attempted "cram" or a service of training. Tho crj ing need of the school system of Kentucky is moro professional teachersteachers who study education in its broadest sense, who prize educational journal moro than a ten cent novel, who with ono eye upon tho past and tho other upon the present strive to build for tho future. Our school teachers who are not ashamed or afraid to bo known ns such ; who havo a pride in their profession ; who do not regard their supremest need that of a way of teaching, but who strive to havo in addition to a thorough knowledge of tho subjects to bo taught, some clear idea of tho structures and modo of operation of the intricato machine with which they havo to deal, an acquaintance witli tho elementary ideas of human growth and human development. It is in the scope of tho Instituto work to create a hungering and thirsting after righteousness ot this character. We recognizo tho fact that tho Insti-tut- u is not what it should be, but to seo that tho cart btick, is of littlo avail unlebs shoulders nro put to tho wheel determined to lift it onco more onto the broad highway. Wo nlono do not expect to accomplish this, but the tiniest pebble may slightly agitato tho deepest waters. It is patent to nil that tho Instituto as a lecturo hall, is n failure. Tho pouring in process is suited to neither the Bchool-roonor tho Institute. Tho character and quantity of Intellectual food served up at this annual "feast of reason," is for the most part, not suited to tho appetites of pioso beforo whom tho colla-tlv- o is spread. It is not assimilated nnd no mental fibro is produced. It is said that "monotony In tho school room means tho end of usefulness," wo think. It menus tho' same In tho Instituto. May tho "next" for tint Urecken-riilg- o County Teachers' Instituto bo, at least, somo variation from the useless monotony of the post and not a continuation of this stepping round and round in tho samo littlo circle, year after year, which is nsstulttfyingto one's professional and mental growth, as it is to tho on. want and upward progress that must bo made in tho attaluirout of tho highest success, A Tkachkii. ni ! Furniture ! Furnituri "wa m Will fuss and quarrel anil not Ret along. Unless a man will coax and urge And cease to make f.ilr promises never, A woman's whims, turmoils and lirolls Like Tcnn son's lirook goon forever. Now life's a f.illu-- e to married men Unless they each belong to a chili, Yet if wc get In a little late Instead ot smiles, we get a snub. An answer soft turns awuy wrath-T- ry this It has a soothing . fleet : You tell the wife It's by a dove And not a hen that you are pecked. MICHAEL HAMMAN, Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Eto. And when you take your wife to church And speak In praise of the woman behind J on ; Ofdajs that are past when she was young When thus on spoke of her, she'll re ml jou, Just call the parson who's never met her, Who's pleased to smooth the roughest water ; He'll sec the frowns and s ty to gou Hxcuse nic sir, is this j our daughter. Or If you speak of a neighbor's bonnet, Admire it not, and see the mirth That brightens the cc and curls the lip, As she calls you the dearest man on earth. If wile's the cook and sore perplexed That your business is such to keep jou late ; Say nothing bad, try this conceal A double X beneath her plate. 111 " His nrices shall bo such, nualitv considored. that no lecitimale house can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet the market, let tho price bo what it may. Always call on him anu ascertain prices purchasing elsowhero. Ho' means just what ho says. Ho cannot be undersold. M. HAMMAN, CloYerport, Ky, uo-fo- v 5j re . STEPHENSPORT Of all the trluls of married life. And that which brings a man to taw, Is an unwise neighbor tn come in and say The baby is pretty nnd looks like Its I'a, No mother can stand such news as this Concerning her pink nnd brand new comer ; You'd better suggest that she is III, That I'olnt Comfort's the plaic for her this summer. SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST AND JOSEPH BEST, Profs. MANUFACTURER OF Shingles, For a weak and tired feeling, loss of appetito and general debility, Lightning Wood Elixir is the best tonic. It is entirely vegetable, contains no morrury or other mineral poisons. Mrs. N. 10. Allen Whito Oak, Ky;, writes: "Lightning Wood Elixir la certainly the truo elixir of life. I have used it, nnd it has cured mo of many yenrs suffering. I can recommend Lightning Wood Elixir ns n lady's friend Hogshead Staves And Dimension Stuff. Laths, Stephensport, Kly. Capital, S$r'GO,000. The Tradesmens National Bank a OP THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. A pain in tho sido or back and spots on tho fuco indicate kidnov and liver disorder, Mr. Geo. 1'. Kckes, Lorcntsr., W, Va., says: "I had ktdnoy trouble for over two year. Havo tried different re' kinds of kidney medicine, but Kt lief. I wns not able to ride horeeliack, and scarcely able to attonti to my business. I commenced using Lightning Remedy, nnd before I Kidney had used onojiottlo I bogan to Improve. I havo takon four or five bottles and am almost cured," For sale by all dealers. and-Llver Whon in need of n shirt call on J. D. Jlabbagc. Organticd ai a State Dank 1823 Under National Act 188S. Rain, rain, will it novcr ccaso ? Oliver F, Barry, Cashier Cranniss, Fres't. Logan C. Hurray, Itobert llclUcft forf Lebanon Junction James I, Sunday, ACCOUNTS INVITED. CORUESPONDENCK INVITED. Several of our lioys took in tho excursion Sunday. II. O. Truman, of Fonlsville, is hero visiting friends. Miss Cora Ponton, of Hnrned, is tho & guest of Miss Luura Sipes this week. l!ov. Thutmau llichardson preached HARDINSBURG, KY, two very interesting eornions at Pleasant I havo just beon In Loutsvlllo purchasing n new stock ot Millinery Goods for Grove Sunday, Mian Mnudy Sprlnguto, who has beon my Spring triulo. You uro invited to nttond my visiting her uncle In Louisville, returned 12 13. homo Sunday. Dr. Ilarncd took.in tho excursion SunAll the latest styles in lints and Trimmings will bo displayed and an idea given wo don't know, but wo tho ladies of what thoy should wear this Spring and Summer. day. Well think tho city bus one great attraction for tho Doctor. James Morcdock, of Owensboro, formNOTICE, FRUI1 GROWERS 1 erly of this plnco, died last Thursday. Valuable Preprty Tw His remains wero brought hero on SatMake your ordari j the lit or October and wo will furnlib you any kind of urday, and Interred in tho llandy gravo-yar- d X-iOtat by tho Masonic order of Wolister. 8MAUCTD3XS By MISS TI. MOORXAKi Ayor's Sarsaparilla vitalises nnd puriZACK. GREEN, fies tho blood. If you feel languid you ManagH Uardlsrimrg Nurwy, For Briber Ultmatlon SHU UWKJI. need it, , ,. 4 MARDINSayRCt ,XY ? Vice-Pres't. GARFIELD. MILLIN ERY MRS. S. C. SUTTON 1 SON, SPRING OPENING APRIL :m::r,s. s. o. and & stttotopst sou. Sf. 013.83 & . s ' .iSJXU!L - .-- 1 ll. 3V . Breckenridge News. Wednesday, may ISO li. at-AVVUU!1L - HARDINSBURG . I ' : The Democratic County Committee will meet at Hardinsburg next Saturday. This is a meeting of importance, and every member should bo present. DEPARTMENT, THEY ARE LIES. We Havo Referenco f i s s! i, iso2. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. UOIXO " i. In this issuo wo publish tho standing ot tho ball clubs, and will continue to do Ij., si. Ij. A T. Local Time Card. so every week, unless Louisville drops Mali tod Expresi going East. .... 10.01 a.m. 10.41 a.m. so far behind that wo will bo too mail to " Wett 5,&7 p.m. look after it. tCspret " East Proprietors. Coeal , O. UA1IIIAGK, Kdltors and WltST. KAnT. Panenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg .12:42 p.m. OOINO Pumenger Dally arr. Ilardlniburg.. Joint M. Lewis lias moved to ' 7:50 a.m Glen-dean- c. to "Tho Consus" Roports That aro now Being Gathorod all Ovor tho Country "for Campaign Pur- Mc-Kinl- oy THE STYLE I'bc proper thine td.wcnr. , I Leo Meyer and wifo went to Custer Colouado KepubliciaiiB don't seem to bo particularly struck on President Har- last Saturday. A Warning to all Good Democrats to Mrs. John 11. Ilcnslcy visited Irvington rison's administration. A resolution ANNOXTHCEMENT. J let the Scheme Severally Alone We nrcjinthof lie J to announce II. V, Heard offered in there otato convention to in- last Saturday. A' f Hirdlnsburg, a a candidate to represent the and Permit the News Gather' Fresh bread always on hand at Hari democracy of the lourth CongrisMonal District dorse tho administration aforesatd was ers to go Their way m'ths National DernocrilTc Convention at voted dow n by a oto of 023 to 2. din it Urown's. Chicago. i r Mrs. Thomas J. Stith, of Meade counIn another column wo publish extracts For Circuit Clerk. ty, is visiting Prof. Shacklett. t i it.. $ authorized to announce II. S. Sklllniin from the speech of Judgo Ttirnoy, of 'ckrc Tlicy .lie ii n to Deceive Von nml Or . Tho damago suit between Clait itcard n, candidate for office ofClr- - Tennessee, who is making tho raco in . ntf!1 to the frnml Your Comitr)-nit Conrt smbamocratic Clerk, tubiect to the action of the De that state as tho Democratic candidate and Sam Frank was compromised. u 3 1 pirty, A littlo innocent looking card, pur3 fl A I have nnj thing you want in tho bee for Govornor against an Allianco man. W ar ntitlinrtffd in annnunri A. M . CHattrnw ported to bo "just to gather information "H V. G. Ilaswcll. They aro w ords of wisdom from n ma- line, cheap for cash. 1 t of Clifton MIIIi. as a candldrtc for Circuit Court 4 , niflerk, subject to tho nction of the Democratic ture, reflecting mind, and should bo Uomenibcr tho school entertainment for publication, in regard to tho progress and advancement of tho town, is being read by every one. at the City Hall next Saturday night. .1. . 7 ". citculatcd here, which tho News does Attend to your bees, eomo and I will r4"PoiHsn Inst cok 10,210 immigrants Now, if Mayor elect, I.ightfoot, has not hesitate to denounce as a deceptive F, Vj fifero landed at New York. W. G. ilaswcll. grit, vim, push, snap and onergy he can toll you how. and misleading Republican campaign ... , j . t , i?' Circuit court is over, but low prices progress and admaterially aid in tho r1 scheme its solo object being to pile up invancement of this town. Just now wo groceries still continue at Hardin it an array of falso statements in regard to i It mxois Democrats go to Chicago structed for Gen. Palmer. need a broad guago city government, Brow n's. tho workings of tho McKinley tariff bill, and in "Old Ked," wo havo tho right Tho indictment against Henry Gar- to bo used next fall, and if possiblo deBkeh 'Wai.tov, of tho Interior Journal, man to make her hum. Let every citi- rett's wifo charging grand larceny was ceive tho people thereby. Fortunately, making n gallant fight for Cleveland. zen, whether ho bo Democrat or Repubdismissed. onooftheso littlo Ho gatherers was as lican, rally to him and aid him in makThoso who use wines and whisky can was remarked by a leading Bepublican "William Astob, of Now York, is dead. ing this a live, progressive city. Throw find tho best quality at my saloon, James indiscreetly handed tho Nkws man with lis wealth was recently estimated at asido your past differences, let them go II. Glasscock. V' the request that it bo filled out, in reaBixty million dollars. with tho winds, and get down to busigard to tho business of this office, and YOU SHOULD WE R NOTHING BUT A life slro crayon portrait given away -ness. Progress is tho word. ,.. ,,,with every $10 worth of goods at Mrs. S. returned. It is hardly necessary to say ........ "V , ii vr uru uiu iiuni i nriyui'H going .. that neither of these requests havo been Tne announcement of Mr. A. M. Glas- A. Hafiey it Co's. -....... tinn no 4linf l)citlntii..... linn rn.complied with, and wo embrace tho first .u...... . lot ,vu .vt wi.v...u isMr. John Ilaswcll, Miss Linnio gow, of Clifton Mills, appears in this fuses to sing in Judge Grcsliam's hat ? opportunity of cautioning tho public Miss Jessie Schul went to sue of tho Nkws for tho olllco of Circuit against this nefairous fiautl. Mr. Saturday. Juixik WALTnn I. GncsitAM. of Indi Court Clerk of this county. Though Tho time lias eomo when tho leaders The civil suit IromClovcrport between of tho Republican party are getting desT $ ana. declines to allow his naino to bo Glasgow has nccr been on tho search iised by tho Third Tarty people as their after public office before, ho is well James GofT and 15. L. New som, was de- perate. They seo tho power that they known to tho party as a strong worker cided in favor of Goll'. kAandidato for the Presidency. have- so long held over tho American jrs in its ranks, and has alwajs been found Tho school entertainment, musical and pcop'o rapidly slipping from their grasp, came. The JCentucky State Journal of Co- on duty when tho tune for action literary, will be given at tho City Hall and they will hesitate at nothing, howA public ofilco is a public trust, and if it vington, is one of tho spiciest littlo dailies next Saturday night. ever dishonorable it may be, that might tliat comes to this office, and every issue should bo committed to the hands of I have a big lot of foundation on hand tend to extend their lease just a littlo Mr. Glasgow he will so treat it. He is a of it is read with pleasure and profit. whilo longer. It behoves Democrats to candidate beforo hisparty.and his claims give your bees a start by using a sheet bo well on their guard "Kternal vigior two. W.G. Ilaswcll. subject to any action they may tako f ffmt-- David 13. Hill is not in it now for the arotho premises. Sheriff DeJornetto left Monday morn lance is tho price of liberty" and it is in JPresidcncy. Ho killed himself and ing with Sam Harrison and Henry Gar- hoped thot tlieso few words of warning fT crkllml Mia mi l.nln q1iaa(ii.' .nfiftl. 1.. may somewhat flustrato tho "Census IIIIUIW DIIUUIIII "("ni-illilll.ll VJ There is more Catarrh in this section ret for tho Eddy villo penitentiary. Uing that Convention in New York Takers" in this vicinity. A Democrat of tho country than all other diseases If you want a bco smoker or an a. b. c. should ever bear in mind that if ho don't t winter. put together, and until the last few years book, eomo and I will sell you ono cheap exactly understand what a Republican Tor a was supposed to bo incurable. AV. G. Ilaswcll. Tiie failure of Ohio, Maine, Now great many years doctors pronounced it is driving at, when ho comes scheming anipslnrc, Now Jersey, New York and fail to call at Mrs. S. A. Hafiey around, do tho opposite to what tho ReDon't a local tlibcose, and prescribed local remdorado to instruct for Harrison is caus edies, and by constantly failing to cure it Co., and seo thoso beautiful life size publican advises, and you won't miss ing alarm among his supporters about with local treatment, pronounced it in- portraits given away with every $10 the right far. I it ho Certainty of his renouiination. That tho public may seo for themselcurable. Science has proven catarrh to w oi th of goods. ves to what straits of desperation theso bo a constitutional disease, and therefore Gcorgo Ilopton got a stay of sixty days P'lK. Bro. Harrison and pious Wanna- - reouircs constitutional treatment. Hall's teachers of a falso faith are driven, we a Tf on his sentence, until his case can be t l it aKcr-ugive below a verbatim et literatim ropy of inuorso mo rnmem 01 ex- - Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. hoi fftcting boodlo from Federal einploj es to Cheney A. Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only heard in tho Court of Appeals. Ho was this deceptive pieco of card board. up for three c.Min B Tt election, thov had hotter call of K constitutional euro on the market. It is sent for six years. years and Henry Garrett L4VWon who is out hunting that kind taken internally in doses from 10 drops Tun McKini.kv Ci:vsfs None k. All parties indebted to Witt to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon The Big Excursion to Owensboro. the blood and mucous surfaces of the it Meador are herebv notified to eomo in Only lccent developments and inThe grand jury which has just closed system. They ofler one hundred dollars and settle their accounts for 1S91. We Thursday, May 12th, there will bo an ip, labors at Hardinsburg, got in some positively mean business, and cannot crease in established industries (sinco excursion via tho L. St. L. & T. railroad for any cuse it fails to cure. Send 1890,) which may bo attri"vctments against parties for violating afTord to indulge you longer than ono October 0th, from Louisvillo and all stations along tho testimonials. Address. buted to tho McKinley Tariir should bo VSunday law. Thoy really had the road to Owensboro, tho coining city of F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. year. Kespectfully, Witt it Meador. entered on this card. heek to tacklo a railroad for running its BSTSold by Druggists, 75c. Western Kentucky. Teachers remember that the Ilaidins-bur- g trains on Sundav. Tho faro for tho round trip from Normal will commence Monday, w ill bo Ono Dollar. Tho train The Eoad Question. A reviow of tho McKinley Census will May 9th, and it is important that you bo 1 Tun corner stone of tho Grant iiionu- -' AND be furnished to the various Press Associ- leaves Cloverporl at 10.51 a. in., arriving The late Gov. Ilovcy, of Indiana, in here on that day. Address mont was laid in Now York last Thurs-xvla- y ations each week, and tho Census will atOwcii8boroat 12:20 p. m., returning 3d that over one of his messages, csti mat U. P. Shacklett, Hardinsburg, Ky.,or amid great potnp and ceremoney. be published in full in tho "American leaves Owensboro at 7:!!0 p. in., giving $2,200,000 is expended annually on the P. B. Hays, Brandenburi'. Kv. Tho monument when completed is to be Economist" as fast ns tho information is seven hours in Owensboro, to seo tho wagon roads of that State, and, under the one of tho.inost magnificient structures The suit of Georgo Wilson for $500 received. points of interest, visit friends, and do present inefficient and wasteful methods, . OLOVERPORT, KY. of the kind in tho country. damages against the Miller litato was tlteir shopping nnd to attend tho great is practically throw n away. The expenAmtiuc x PnoTrcTiVK Taiuit Lr(H'K dismissed at the plaintiffs cost. The one laud salo on that day. Lot everybody Don't read this column .or you ditures for tho Bamc purposo in KentucWilbur F. Wnkeman, of Bishop against tho samo estato met a The Stato Scnato adopted a resolution might bo tempted to invost your ky are about as heavy, amounting to General Secretary tako in this trip. the other day to adjourn Juno 15, and nearly as much as the whole cost of the like fate. These parties were tenants in Fuithcrniformation will bo cheerfully money. RW WestSHrd Street, New York the Miller property that burned in reassemble November 15. Tho Legislafurnished by Stato government, and aro wasted just Do you want to buy Keil Estate? ture has dono so very littlo in tho way of On tho to verse side wo havo this: somo time ago and they sued for W. II. Hraxnok or Call on It. L. Newsotu. This is a as thoroughly as in Indiana. loss of goods, etc., at the lire. business, that tho people aro not much Stato (B) P.O AV. II. COVIITXKY, Do you want to rent a Farm ? tax borne almost exclusively by tho Call on R. h. Ncwsom. concerned as to its futuro movements. oi industry Owensboro, Ky. farming class, and is in addition to tho It is a fact, times aro dull, this proves Business Firm or Co Do you want to rent City properly? .' Name of Call on It. h. Ncwsom. Just what to do with that "stupendous other taxes that mud roads imposo on to the man that does a good steady busi- Increase of Capital you ook's-Cottoonly fraud," as they term it, in the shapo of a them. Tho burden which bad roads im- ness all tho same, that honest dealing, Increaso of Hands Employed Root Dolot forwant tho best and50x175 desirable sale on .Main, feet for stato prison at Eddyvllle, the Legislature pose on farmers is far greater than all honest goods, is never on a stand or tho Hours Employed prior to Oct. 1800 Call on H. L. Ncwsom, $800.00 ? committco aro altogether undecided. the taxes they pay to tho Government backwaid deal. As I press forward with Hours Employed after Oct. 1890 Do you want to buy tho CloverporWilntel, COMPOUND. no other claims upon my people than tho centrally locaed and doing a largo Thoy have been over and lookcp at it, combined. Character of Product A recent discover) liy an business? Call on K. h. Newsom, The great objection which farming life above named treasures, I feel no hesiand although it cost the stato over $500, phyglii in. Successfully iiHCil , Increase in Product P. S. I nm now prepared and havo full otTere to many, and especially to joung tancy in saying that for the victory and niontly liy thmiaaniU of 000 they say it is no good. Increased Wages Is the only perfectly authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. people, is its Isolation and loneliness. success, tho debt I owo to nono other sifc nnd rclfjhle nndldim Correspondence from abroad This dlscoveriu. llcwnre of unprincipled drup gists Is a good chance to tccuro thesolicited. Durng tho very season when tho families than tho abovo cardinal principles. Remarks best and uioft We hao received from Itichanl A. lin oiler Inferior medicines In pi nxof this. Ask By Whom Reported popular hotol In the city, and no ''boom" for Cooks Cotton Hoot Compound, taki no Your servant as over, Saalfield, 798 Tenth Avenue, New York, of fanners have most leisure tho ro.tds Addrees or Inclose fi and 6 ctnts in postage In prico nskoJ. , T.CLhw is, Tho Jeweler. Utter, nnd we will send, scaled, by return mail, Do you want a loan negotiated ? tho first number of a musical monthly aro in such condition that they aro comDate full killed particulars In plain cntilope, to Call on It, L. Newiitn. entitled, Tho Now York Musical Month- pelled to stay at home. There are weeks Tho Farmers Allianco met in tho Now theso cards aro probably being ladies only, 3 stamps. 1,1 Address l"u ml liy Company. Havo you uionoy you want placed on ly. It is a marvel of cheapness and ex- together when tho mud puts an embargo court-hous- e last Saturday with about carried around in a quiet manner all No. 3 Illnck, Detroit, Mich. safe security ? Call on II, L. Newsom. WkSold cellence, printed on good paper and is on social intoicoursc, and for a large twenty members present. It was a over tho United States by theso hench- lt.Tishcr, In Clmcrport liy Short Si Haynes, A, Do you want inonoy on short call ? C. C. Martin and Druggists everypart of the year carriage-drivinis unsent to subscribers for $1.50 per year. meeting called for tho purposo of send- men, who know no God other than their where. Call on It. comfortable. Sample copies 15 cents. Do you watt to rest n bouse ? ing delegates to tho Stato Convention. Republican bosses, and who nro willing A farm on a road on whiih a full load Call on 11. L. Nensom, Two delegates wero chosen from each to deceive their personal friends ami P. S, Good paying renters can generally The Meado County Ueporter bays can be hauled every day in the vcar and precinct and four from tho county at neighbors into making a falso statement securo a house. Let mo put a "bug in your "that over $fi,000 dollars has been sub- on which a carriage can bo driven largo. Thoso elected from the county in order that tho wholo country may ear," H. L. Newsom rents property and collcctr scribed by tho business firms of Bran- with comfort every day in the year, is at large wero: B. F. Hardin, John Hun- probably onco moro bo th rents on a commission of ten per cent, and, deceived, and renting being a specialty with Mm, i n't denburg to establish tho Soda Ash Com- worth a good deal more than ono located ter, J. II. Lennin and Henry Chambliss. tho Republican party, tho greatest fraud you know It is better to place your property in That it is prac- The pany enterprise there. Tho Nms is alongside a mud road. his hands than to rent It yourself ? naino of James G. Stephens, of Holt on earth, onco moro receive another Why? glad to learn that tho citizens of that ticable w ithout too great cost for n county was suggested as a delegate, but a memllecauso he Is controlling a Nrgo amount of of four years' timo before its fitiroperty and t.llllng to secure n sv stem of good free roads is renters find placo aro alivo to tho interest of the ber stated that a letter ho had recently nal overthrow. It "unhealthy" and ho soon gets rid of them. town. Tho Soda Ash Plant onco estab- proven by tho cxamplo of Ittish county, heard read from Mr. Stephens, convinced Newsom hejrs but few complaints from good The manner in which theso gatherers renters, but the "howl" comes from thoso fel lished in Urandeiiburg will add to the Ind. Every road leading out of its county-- him that Mr. Stephens was not in sym- of falsehoods and compilers of lies work lows who do not want to pay. and lo such he is a good gravel road which can futuro of tho placo and materally in- scat pathy with this meeting, and that ho is something on this order: Thoy will Call on Somebody Elso. iay do traveled as wen one timo oi year as had said crease its prosperity. Is Newsom bard hearted ? Nolespecially so. that at this time he believed step into a man's office, whether it bo He will another, and thoy havo cost tho penplo that nil reforms should come you pay It, and DOLLARS provided accommodateto you If sido of thelorbargain through tho that of a merchant or a manufacturer, WATCH you stand your Senatoks Wortluun and Smith havo hardly moto than was wasted under the Democratic party, or words to that ef- and present this card reverse sido up, you don't liko his way ofdeiling If And buy only genuine bargains. put their heads together, says a corres- old sv stem. Thoy aro all well construct- fect, and ho was opposed to him as a if ho is a Democrat with tho Call on Somebody Else. If you want to save money statement ed, and were built under proper super- delegate. Tho 11. Li. Howiom has about sixty renters and pondent at Frankfort, nnd prepared a of Mr. Stephens that it is merely a kind of census to givo seo our big lino of naino he don't want any but paying ones To good compromise) for another Judicial redi- vision, and it costs very littlo to keep was then withdrawn. After tho dele- the progress of tho business of tho conn-tr- Ladies and Gent's Trunks, paying renters he will take special pains to them in good repair. sricting of the state. Thoy havo torn up make them comfortable. gates wero all chosen tho president called and that tho persons complying will Valises, Hand Satchels, Macadamied roads in Kentucky would for Do you want a houso built and pay for It in tho traditions of tho regular committee other business. Capt. Georgo Mer- get n freo puff in tho "American Economonthly Installments? For terms cost more, but it will pay farmers to Portiers, Lace Curtains, and changed almost every district from cer moved that tho members present en- mist," a journal, or somo Call on 11. L, Newsom. Hickman to Catlettsburg. So tho Judi-ci- l build them and havo them as toll roads, dorse lawyer Stone, of Leitchfleld, as tho Carpets, Oil Oloths, Do you wont a e other such misleading remarks that may power engine an 1 if thoy can not bo iniulo free. is There ' district business along with tho balAllianco candidato for Circuit Judge in suit the particular occasion; and if it Call on U. L, Newsom. Mattings. ooller. ance of tho Legislature's aflairs seems to no road costs a lanncr as much ns an tliis District. Do you want to start a Slack liarrcl and A member arose to in- should become necessary to turn tho Sta-imud one. Louisvillo Comand Heading Factory with power albo considerably mixed. quire if Mr. Stone was an Allianco man card over, it is kept in such continual ready attached ? Call on It, h Newsom. CLOVKRPORT, KY. mercial. and if he ondorsed tho party's platform motion that it is impossiblo for the vicHaving ubout thirty acres or city Iota be Owensboro Enterprise. The Kentucky Stato Journal dubs would sell a few "slices," and If you want a throughout, and if he was not a thoroughLANDS, STOCK and CROPS. tim to read those small italics whero it building lot Verily Owensboro has gotten a inovo bred Allianco man, all over, up one sido Gallon It, L. Newsom. tho man Smith, from Hardin rounty, and Marc says that"0nly recent developments and Minor, mule, ifi hands high, for sale by V, It, Do you want to pay your city taxes? Price f7. a candidato for Congress in this district. on herself. Sho has. established eight and down tho other, they could not tako increase in established industries which Cation It. L. Newsom. "Tho Littlo Peach Orchard Shoat," and largo manufactories in her midst as fo- him. Mr. Mercer assured them that Mr. may bu attributed to tho McKinloyTarilf llavo you claims against the city treasury? WANTED. tho Louisville Timed tho "D. F. politi- llows: A cotton mill, a woolen mill, a Stono was a truo blue, and ho was then should bo entered on this card." In Call on the city treasurer and he will tell you that It, L. as City Tax Collector, alcian and llteratucr," and says his an- vitrified brick and sewer pipo factory, unanimously endorsed for Circuit Judgo this unprincipled manner .many To the I.ovell Washer, ono a man man sell woman watitod to every tea mile ways keeps Newsom, said treasury supplied with money. or nouncement has both paralyzed and a chair factory, a cannery factory, a in this district. Tho prcsidont, Dr. Ben wuo Knows mat his business has pros- rquare In the entire Drcckenttdge county, Kii Claims for collection sollolted from cities earthquaked every wood cock in tho steam shingle mill, a creamery ami a Ilarncd, then thought that they should pered, not because of, abroad nnd prompt remittances made. but in splto of tho elusive territory, A good lively agentan make from $40 to $75 a month If at work Ingood Btato. These aro tho naughty, naughty plug tobacco manufactory. Many thanks lor the lurge patronage I hive nave a man to run lor lonimonwoaitirs ruinous provisions of tho infamous Mcearnest. The- Lovell Washer will do better Three now railroads, tho Indianapolis Attorney also, but no one being suggest- Kinley Tariff, 'is unconsciously boys of tho press, and Mr. Smith will deceived work than any other Washer on earth. No enjoyed. nnd Chattanooga, tho W., N. & M. V., ed, this matter was not acted upon R. L. NEWSOM. havo it in for them. d Fits any tub. Saves into making tho statement that ho has rubbing on nnd tho Owensboro and West Louisvillo further than to say that they would havo benefited by it j and it will bo hoaralded time, money and clothes. Just tho machine DENMARKS for ladtea who Thousands It seems from a publication in tho nio being built, and ovor $000,000.00 a nmn for tho placo. J. II, Lennin to tho four winds that ho mado such of ladles who aro tonot strong,washing done I have two Denmark FOR SALE. hire tholr Saddlo and Harness Meado County Ueporter that tho Hon. worth of real estate has changed bauds prcsidont; Harucd and Mr. Coko then expense by statement, and other persons will there- now save llm t those desiringusing the Lovell Stallions, sired by W. W. William's, Hoyal DenAV, 31. "Willott has been sending corn in that growing city since January 1st. Washer. To an agency, for mark, of llasln Spring Farm, llreckenrldgo aired themselves n little in n speech up- by bo deceived into believing it. sample full slii only three dollars and ten ets. county, Ky. One of them Is a t homo that failed to reach only ono of his livery one in Owensboro is in high on tho doctrines of tho order and the also Key Stone Wringers and other useful the other, .fivo years old In May, Wil( sell constituents, and that ono was his spirits at tho "boom" she has, and every- meeting adjourned. Wan n:i White, red and black oak houiehould articles, for terms to agents refer either of thorn. Havo six oolti on my farm pnTEii kiiouoh, father, nnd tho consequenco is a big kick one is making money. Every house in that show what they aro For futher partictimber, and all kinds of staves and head- to Union Star, ulars address, Tho man who fails to provido for his tho city is occupied, many houses by for which I will pay ing on any railroad DreckenrldgeCounty, Ky. 0. MILES, father, wo tako it is a very poor man in- twp families, anil dwellings cannot bo tho highest cash price. If you havo any Tim TUB 1IMMU), Pennybaker, WcAlflittU. Malaria. Indication and Meado Co., Ky, and for" this reason, if no other, had at any price. deed, Col. Alox. Ilullltt, of Louisvillo, jvas timber or staves to sell, it will pay you lllltoiunr. take Or call at my farm tireo miles east of Ekron imOWN'S Willott, H would appear to us, Is fulfill- tho guest of Mr. P. Stpwart Miller last Station or two miles south of Hock Haven It is y tho best city in the stato in It cures quickly. JHOJI llITTKItS. In to soo me before selling. or eiitfl Ly all dealc.i -JyMhjlfriUnamuldoliig his ,iutv. llio pianino, Thursday. ajwjirjiie. ni'V Jab, Rkoman, Ilarncd, Ky. which to invest money. Station on tba L., St, h. & T. K, It, . .- -i t . i ....i"tci.ri.''jViw i i, (, i. I no niUKurn uayu mj uiutu vuuu WUICU ii "ifcspectnni, 7, ilTW wyviiMaiMi relght " " " West East West p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.0J a.m. D.40 poses. ' , ".Si The niopcr time to wear it.;- - STsfflB l.fcyjJK v; The proper price to pay"for Unin-structc- d. iVry9 For Ease, Jjjgsg--j glgggp The proper place to pet it. ' - T i Comfort and ii f CLOTHING, M Jr rt tf1!; Durability SHOES, m"j. r vj Sii "'-- .. Has-wella- -- rt irir v .i. UlvW ": v j. '.v"; r "A. HATS, - Furnishng Goodli " y f' ? s hi i" jjZ - Smart & Co., SHOES lV ELY na fc CLOVERPORT, The CInvfirnnrt Savings fin "Money Saved is Money Earned." Toprovo this g) Hi 'J 1 ,ii t) GoDlmn & Klein whon in need of frfiniVs TTnrrnsliintr tenndG forclr-cularsan- d U. Clothing, Hats, Caps, and Men's Shoes. A Big Line of -- -: Clo-verp- REAL ESTATE Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes .book :- -: Rental Agent PANTS Roys' Good Good Good Good Prom 75 Cents Up. at tho bargains wo nuoto for this wrdr. Men's suits from Fine Brown Suits from Youth's Suits from From 25 Cents UP. .$2.50 -- rt Suits from Men's Sumlav Pants fiom Working Pants, Cotton Woisted at $1.00 up Cassimerc Pants from $1,10 to 1.75. Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 65c to $1.75, ... ... .? 6.00 2,00 90c .00 up to to 1500 .fo 7,00 oo to' to to 6.00' S.E3-C- 3 -- BS- '- - - fwf Fuii Stock Biogans fiom 75c to $1.60. Good Sunday Shoes from $1.15 to $.$o. S I.a-ili- e. JnL..jrzL. JL kZ Men's Good Hats fiom 20c to $300. g A FULL PURSE. g ' Full Length host made from 20c to $1.25 Good Black Satin fast colors from joe to $1.25 ' " Good Silk Striped Shiits fiom 75c to $1.25 ' Good Men's Suspenders 10c to 75c. , Neckwear from 10c to 60c. " Fine Unlaundried Shirts .joe. ' Fine Laundriod Sliirts 45c. to $1.50. Socks fiom 5c to 25c. 'Ti links and Valises at all piices 75, $1.00 and $.00, SHIRTS. - twZ "" , . . r , ,. - the Our goods were bought direct fromthei best manufactures tor cash m big lots, and.4 3 we are determined not to be undersold. Come and get our prices before makings yum urn uuuaua ,y : y, GOODMAN & KLEIN, forty-hors- Sulzsr's, SUB-AGEN- Cloverport, Jyr; 13 JOHN BULL t, -- wash-boar- to-da- Will stand the present season at James Ilravln's, commencing April" 11, 12 and 13, - , 181)2, at Bud Pate's April 14, 15 and IS, erery ninth day, and will serve mares Will make the at $6 to Insure a oolt, Money due when fact Uolt'e liottom. season of 1892 at my stable 1st Is ascertained or mare traded. Termr Afeoof $10.00 will be abargotl t Care taken to prevent aerldents, but no Jfe' Insure a mare In foal. Money due wRth 4M responsibility should any oocur. fast Isaseertalne4 or uiare parted witbt DKS0HIPXI0N AND PEDIQIIEK: "Jf Wonder Is HJ fpnde bl Mak, John Hull Is a beautiful blaek, 16 hands lengthy, with targe IxTne, head nod 'A' high, 12 years old and weighs 1350 pounds. ffftllll lirCAHAF. ftll AIll. u. 1..W. a- - 1.1..L.. " This hone Is well known as Jno R. llarr's "01.1 Ullljt" J.O.tJTKPHK WILLIS IlOLDHIt. The Jack Wonder,- 111 v, TrI rt" 'I " ii ir "f - krf" 1 Dr. J. M, Clayton, Physician Surgeon. OJj'w in Dc. White's v!d tUiml up nftifr Merchant Tailor, IND. CANNELTON, uita mmlo to order in tlio best ntyle. Perfect lit guaranteed. Ordera BOlicitutl. cuoVerport. ky. A. J. KIRST, "A. A, Simons, M.D. Physician " Surgeon If - (Wirt otvt llreclcnridge Hank: CLOVERVOllT, KY. wV. .. ,, U. w W. mm JiUXJtlJ&XJL, U.S.Claim & Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. W. W. BROOKS, ; PHOTO k ARISTO ARTIST 1 OJ.OVEUPOKT, KY. N. D. To every 20th customer for Cabinets, n 18x20 Crayon Portrait. iloz. BANK OP HAHDIISBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. B. P. BEAHD, Proildent. tlhlt 0. W. MILLER, M, H. BEAnD, Cashier. BEARD ) MORRIS ESKRIDOK J JOfiLT. It. M, INTEREST PAID - -- Dire tor DEPOSITS ON TIME Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, LOCAL BREVITIES. Chan , 1802. Tin ills' Honoy nt Iho city bak- - cry, Go to Uio city bakery for your cooling drinks. Mrs. Dr. Wnlkins js visiting relatives ihOw'ensbOro. Henry Temple wns atLewisport'scver-a- l days Inst week. Mr. C. I). Temple attended court nt Hartford Inst weok. Clint Jleanchamp, .of Sample, was in tlio city Tlmreday. L. II. Foster n'nd wife, Chicago,' wcro in tho clfy Thursday. Jersey, Arbucklcs, lx and best green cbffeo at the city bakery. Soda water, milk shale, lemonade pop and cider at Model's.. Tiie kids are longing for an old fashioned circus" to come along. Ed. Heard, of llnrdinsburg, camo down and spent tlio day, Thursday. Warm "weather is here, so is soda water and milk shako at the city bakery. Born, April 11th, to tlio wifo of Walker Board, at "Holt, a fine girl Robert E. Leo. A Mr. McFnrland, of Owcnsboro, was hero several days last week trying to buy mules. John T. Creed, of Louisvillo, was in tho city Thursday, on his regular commercial trip. Mrs. Capt. Smith, Miss Ratio Smith and Master Will Duncan, of Holt, were in tho city Saturday. S. N. Lankford, an Evansvlllo lumber jnan, Avns in the city Inst week on tho lookout for poplar timber. V Capt,. A. J. Clark, of J'atesvillo, attended the State encampment of tho G. A. It. nt Lobanon last week. ' t, II. 8. English and son, Joe, of wero in tho city Saturday the guests of Capt. A. S. English. Mr. Reuben Islie, of Hblfs Bottom who is now working in Webster, was tho guest of Miss Ada Gregory Saturday and Sunday. Frank Stctslor, a tio maker, working for J. R. Dollaven, near Victoria, cut his foot soverely with a broad nx one day lost yeek. Henrv Haynes has sold his saloon in- '" tercst in this city to his brother, AValtor, and baa opened a houso of tho samo kind in Hawesville. Hack Avittj of.Lodiburg, was in tho cliy Frldaycallcd at this olllcc, ronow- t ed his subscription nnd took ono of our largo maps as premium. For all diseases peculiar to tlio throat and lungs', Ayer's Cherry Pectoral promptly administered affords speedy licf and will euro. " Thos. Clayconib nnd .tomes II. Lay, of Stephansport, wero in tho city Saturday, Jim camo down nfter boiiiq fresh moat for his fine dog, Fratikio. which ho Wiysismck. iJnom inorQ caro is glvou to tho hair, tlio coining man is liablo to bo n liklrletirf anliunl ; hence, to pro vent tho '" hair from falling use Hall's Hair Rcnew- Steph-enspor- Alford Adkins, of Sample, wns in tho BRANDENBURG. city yesterday. The louii was full of people ftilurdnv, Will Moorman, of Uleiidetiuc, wns business good. hero yeblerdny. Miss Minnie Green is at homo from Charles. Riedel and J. E. Jllnck wero Louisville ngaln. in tlif city yesterday. Mr. MaKcnn Fontnino spent Sunday Pay no A Co's. new building is beginning to nssume the npprnrniice of n Chic-ng- o with his family here. Billy Ditto is tlio happy possesor of n William II. Bell wns elected Mayor of handtomo now sitrry. Wade II. Ditto visited at homo the llnrdinsburg Monday, and tho new Council will stand three Republicans latter part of tho week. nnd three Democrats. Mrs. J. A. McGolieo will visit the city The machinery Is being placed in tho tho lntter pnrl of tho week. now steam laundry, nnd it will only bo n W. II. Richardson, of Louisville, was littlo whilo now until wo can have our in town several days last week. washing done nt home. Dr. Lon Morcmen, of Louisville, spent Bowmer A Hmnbleton have hung nlco Sundny hero with his parents. now cuitnins to their glass front and are Miss Amolia Ashcraft, of Sandy Hill, repainting their business house. Tilings vlsited'Mlss Lida Powell last week. look bright across tlio way. Mr. Crawford, of New Albany, spent It. B. Pierco nnd J. A. Barry wero Sundny here guest of Mr. A. Morcmen elected Councllmcn in the First Ward of and family. Cloverport, nnd Thos. Wroo, R. I). Witt, Miss Suo Pope, of Joflerson county, nnd James M. Lewis in tho Second visited at Mr. A.'Moremen's the first of Ward. last week. Mrs. Woods, accompanied by Iter Tho doctors of tho county met at the daughter, Mrs. 11. D. Witt, will leavo toto visit her daugh- court houso Saturday and organized a day lor Klnora, Ind., Association. ter, Mrs. J. II. Sulivan. Slio will pro- Doctor's Miss Ida Hardin returned home Inst long her visit soveral months. n visit of several weeks Mrs. McDowell, of Iluntingburg, Ind., Tuesday after hero with friends and relatives. wifo of engineer McDowell, is visiting Mrs.' S. C. Malin and Mrs. Gcorgo her huabaud nt tho Nnpper Houso. If they can rent desirablo property they Cnsperko will attend conference as the delegates from our Sunday school. proposo making this city their home. Miss Mary Mai In had tho bodies other Engineer McDowell took tlio excursion train through lost Thursday nnd father nnd sister brought from tho Big made the best time over made by an ex Spring cemetery nnd buried here. Mrs. Masenn Fontaine spent last week cursion on tlio road. Ho outran tho regular passenger from hero to IxjuiBville, with her sister, Mrs. Ostrander, at Littlo time 2.52. Bend. Her sister has been quilo sick. Mrs. II. English nnd littlo graiulHlnugh-ter- , Dr. R. W, Frymire, of Patcsvlllc, passFnnuio Lee Lnccy, of Stcphensport, ed through the city ono day lost week enrouto to Louisville, accompanied by visited relatives here tho latter part of his daughter, Miss Letltic, who was tho week. going to enter the St. Bernard Academy McQUADY at Louisvillo. Henry Lewis and Miss Mnry E. Mr. Peddlers are thick as hall. Mattingfy wero married at tlio Catholic church early yesterday morning. They Mr. Andrew Frank Is very low nt this had a houso already furnished nnd pro- writing. ceeded immediately to housekeeping, Mr. Louis McCluro wo nro glad to say taking breakfast at home. is convalescent. Rov. J. T. Horton will occupy the pulMr. John Bland Is now out again nftor pit at tho Presbyterian Church on noxt n few day's illness. Sunday, morning and evening. Ho will Miss Eliza Lyons visited relatives in bo regularly assigned to this church wo understand, and will dovotehiswhole Hardinsburg last week. Mrs. Nelson Jolly is visiting her coustime here, prenching every Sabbath. in, Mrs. Mattio Roberts, Ekron. Mr. and Mrs. John Frakes, of BranMr. J. W. Pate, Cloverport, visited denburg, aro the happy parents of n ten pound girl, born Sunday night. A. good Miss Lou McQuady last Saturday and citizon.states that he passed Frakes' barn Sunday. early Monday morning and Frakos had Owing to tlio continued wet weather, his old hostler, Reuben, dancing and lie tho farmers of this 'section, aro very wns patting. much behind with their work. The Busy Bee excursion from OwcnsMr.FrankMcGary,ono of our most talent boro to Louisvillo last Thursday seemed cd young men, is confined nt his homo to bo n grand success. It consisted of with Mint drended disenqo, consumption. ten coaches and when it arrived hero Miss Lula Jolly who has been on tho thoy announced standing room only. sick list for somo timo, has recovered Forty tickets had. been sold horo and sitllicicntly to resume her studies in moro than that many "persons crowded Prof. Schaeklott's school. Moro onto tho already loaded train. Wo hopo Miss Lutio will not bo disthan n thousand tickets were sold altocouraged by tlio failure of her first atgether. tempt nt n correspondence with Undo Mr. and Mrs. Shea, who have been nt Sanu Try ngain Lutio, dear. tho Cloverport Hotel for two weeks, Mr. Wm, Ball has commenced tho hnvo returned to their homo in Louiserection of the Baptist church hero, ville. It was Mr. Shea's intontion when which, when completed will bo quito nn ho came, to remain nt the Tar Springs addition to our littlo town. nil summer but wns unnblo to obtain acMiss Maggio Smith's school closed Fricommodation thcro. During Ills short stay ho used tho tar water continually day. Slio will leavo for her homo in and appeared to bo improving in health Hardinsburg in a fow days. Miss Magrapidly, and friends that ho had mndo gio is a charming nnd accomplished young lady and her many friends aro hero wero sorry to seo him tnko his loth to see her depart. The Sunday school nt this pined is proHow Thoy Stand. gressing nicely. Tiio following nro tho Played. Won. Lost. P. C. nnmes of tho officers : F. F. Weather-for14 11 3 Boston Superintendent ; J. W. Lyons, :j 10 Louisvillo,.. .13 Secretary and Treasurer. Teachers arc 1) .7.')0 VI 4 Brooklyn F. F. Weatherford, biblo class ; Miss 0 4 -.- 092 Pittsburg ...13 o r .042 Juantlio McCluro, advanced quarterly ; Philadelphia.. 14 :C23 Win. "Ball, intermediate quarterly ; Mrs. 10 0 Cincinnati..., 10 (1 13 7 .538 Joo DeJernctto, primary. Cleveland 0 0 .500 New York ...12 .384 8 5 Washington.. .13 r. d, .783-.708 BOOM-Tara-R- a, Henry Winter. BOOM-Ter-A- y. Wm J. Winter. John M. Dorntracfjcr Comrados.Comrados Evor Sinco Wo Each Wero Boys Sharing MONEY EASY I FM" IWtj sEHsfndPr'3Yflsir&v.isMF; Othor's Sorrows, Sharing Each Othor's Joys. And We Still Go Marching On. Tho hottest and most stubbornly contested Municipal election that wns ever went oil hero held In. Cloverport Monday- Thcro wero two straight tickets in tlio field, namely, tlio Democratic ticket with Charles E. Lightfoot, for Mayor, at the l only buy your Clothing from us, because, To mnko if being strictly "our own mako," it ia better tlmn Enstorh-innd- c goods ; nnd when you buy from us you get boiler valuo for your money the clothes last longer and look better henco you savo money. AVo have a grand stock of.Mcn's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, good you-wil- To tho Handwriting on tho AND CHEAP. AVo aro salisficd with a modest profit, relying on largo Sales to head, and tho Republican ticket, under tho old chcbtnutty guise of "citizens" help us out. When you buy from us plcaso remember you havo .as if Democrats wero not citizens, to- ono extras to pay for, as wo havo no "sido show" attachments or lead by R. N. Miller for Mnyor. From tlio start to the finish there wns expensive advertisements to mako you pay for. novcr much dlfiercnco between tho two leading candidates, though at no time was Miller in, tho lead, and tho polls closed with a majority of thirteen for Lightfoot. With only ono exception tho Democratic Councilman wcro elected by c01cl ranging from fifty to moro than a hundred. It. B. Pierco on the opposition ticket, was elected over Henry tho regular Democratic nominee, though Pierco lias always been n Democrat nnd claims to be ono yet. Just to J.C. nounNK, J. M. IIARPUU, DANIM, J1K00KS. give tono to their "citizens" ticket the Republicans, for councllmcn, put on BOURNE, BROOKS & CO., thrco Democrats and two Republicans; and John T. Castle, n Republican, was tho only man that showed wisdom enough to withdraw his name on the morning of the election and not bo made W -- A. Xi Julius Winter & Co., Reliable" Clothier's Cor. Third and Market, Your Attention wo. would moj-ritl- Sol-bri- g, Louisville, Zy. HARPER, c 2C-3Hwa-Ej- J -- A. L L S BWSJHs,! . Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON a tool of. James T. Skillman and Alfred Oelzo wero tlio defeated candidates for tlio council on tlio "citizens" ticket. The Republicans seemed only to bo Instructed to vote for Miller and after that there wcro hardly any of them know who to vote for, hence tho largo Democratic majorities. After, the polls closed and it was positively known that Lightfoot wns elected, thcro was great rejoicing, music, speech-makin- g and Tho Democracy of Cloverport had acheived a victory over a combination of wealth and power that she never had battled with before, and It is tlio truth to say that the people had triumphed. hand-shakin- STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. TOBINSPORT.IND. Martin Frank is having his residence SULZER' I?ilJr? painted. Mr. Abo 1'incli who has been quito ill is improving. ijr - -- " " UNION STAR. Health of tho community is good. Mr. Sandy Hendry was the guest of Miss Dora Gardner, Thursday evening. Farmers aro very much behind with their work on account of so much rain. Mrs. Minnie O'Neil entertained quito n number of her friends Thursday even- ing. the guest Miss Lizzie Stiles, Stcphensport, was of Miss Cora Richardson the 18th nnd 19th ult. Chicago St. Louis Baltimore 14 14 14 4 3 1 10 11 13 .285 .213 .000 ROCK VALE. f " J)r. Mosely, of Hanlinsburg, passed city twico last jveok enrouttf through to ,isjd .from Owonsboro, and stopped ov Hiibpur or two caeit time spouting l$ '.' tyrptevcUwl. thO conimltlcQinan, Jonas will ho a Republican meet- . ing aV, Fisher's Holl next Saturday fur ili purpco of njipointing District Com- - By,oir;of Y?ibfj there i , miiUenuNi. . Bol scamp about 11 o'clock Monday night sliqt Ave holes through tlio front door pi Keith' A Son's niarbla shop. heard tho firing, but no , Sewrftl persons ,boly knows vhadid it. ' Tin- i JIIanta, of I'hllpot; Mrs. '1 Sua, Mrs. Hunter nnd Mrs. Jarboo,, HH; McPanilHind Mrs. Butler, of West all at J. J. Dyer's last week Viert, W toVa Mr,- - Thou. Dyer, wIiq wa very sick, but is nowjmnrovlng wowly. ' t llr, Mrs. R. W. Owon, of Falls of Rough, STEPHENSPORT. visited hry parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. F. Owen at Tho Heights last week. Mrs. E. II. Miller Is in Louisville. Mr. John Deano will leave soon for J. T. Hanks wfls nt homo losfweck. London. Huston Stiles went to Irvington last Mr. R. W. Owen has returned from week. Louisville. Mrs. J. II. Bennett was in Louisvillo Mr. Victor Robortson is visiting friends Friday. nt Glcndenuo. Mrs. R. T. Robertson is in Hawesvillo - V. AV. Moorman returned from g visiting. Will Yargason, of Owonsboro, was in Miss Carrie Owen will visit friends nt town Monday. the Falls soon. Mr. Frank Sugg, of Henderson, was in Mr. C. L. Boyd wns visiting in our town Sunday. midst last week. Mrs. Jas. C. Rrashonr, of Louisville, Mr. Will Moorman will leavo for was in town last week. Louisvillo Monday. Mrs. Henry Jolly returned homo SunMiss Lutio Moorman will visit fiicnds day from Morgantown. nt Owonsboro soon. Quito n crowd from hero took in tho Call on C. Beelor and V. W. Moorman excursion last Thursday. for mustache grower. Mr. Leo Basham, of Owonsboro, was Jim Bean, Giendeanc, was tho guest tho guest of Miss Ellon Mnselcy Sunday. of Miss Nannio Owen Sunday evening. Mrs. II. S, English nnd Mr. J. K. Poll, Now York; visited MIfb littlo Fannin Leo Laey, aro in Long Edna Robertson Saturday and Sunday. Branch. Misses Jolly and Scott, of HardinsMrs. William Burton and daughter, burg, will visit Miss Carrio Owen soon. Miss Ilortencc, of California, aro tlio guests of Mrs. J. H. Lay. H. H- .- Smith Where Have Wo Rov. R. N. McNcmcr, of Louisvillo Heard That Name? Seminary, held servleo in the Baptist Ono II. II. Smith, of Hardin county, church Thursday nnd Friday ovonlngs. Mr. J. Kelm has rccloved a pension announces his candidacy for Congress obo( $3,111.33. Tho claim, having been in tlio Fourth district. Tlioao who prosecuted for nbout 20 years by dif- serve tho courso of this yonng person iu his ferent attorneys unsuccessfully, hut the Constitutional Convention, nnd Rovislon since May 28, 1891 lias been prosecuted brief career as Secretary of tlio Coinmilteo, will bo surprisod at tills anby J. W. Jnrrott to success. nouncement. Thoy expected Smith to Mr. Joo Bcsb nnd Miss Eliza Hi nor bo a cnndldato to succeed Mr. Carlisle in o, wero married Inst Thursday at Frankfort Capital. Ind, Miss Eliza Is tho daugh- tho Sennto. ter pf Mr. Jas Hlner, of this place. Mr. Miko Poplmm bought a horso of Will Best, ono of tho linn of Best Bros., of Pato Monday, for which ho paid tho hero. Thoy returned hero on Tupsday handsome price of $125, morning's packet, having remained in Louisville soveral days. They will 2(euraiule X'ersons TMuUtng tipubUKl with make this their horn fer awhll. The .AndUm or overwork willimwyouhmm by taking I rttlevad Awaimra Uirnu a prwmer. wWhf oonMKMuInt JlltterH. Jtvott'ii h bM tmiW limrk awl crotncl pl Iloc Ml w owi happy life. Hard-insdurgrnnd-dnugh-to- r, JofTer-sonvill- Mr. Dick Elder, Chenault, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. O. Cunni nghnm last Friday and Saturday. Minnio O'Neil is still in tlio Millinery and Dress Making business, and waits on her customers with pleasure. Mrs. M. J. Crosson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. McGlothlnn spent last Sunday at Mr. John Avitt's, near Lodiburgh. Air. nnd Mrs. Richardson, with their daughter, Mary, wcro tho guests of Mrs. Nancy Ilnrdin,,Lodiburg, last Sunday. I have tlio best and completcst stock of ladies' hats ever brought to Union Givo mo a Star, nnd sell tho cheapest, call Mlnnh O'Neil. Miss Blanche Frymiro was the guest of Miss Lena Richardson last week. She returned to her homo at Preston Friday, accompanied by Miss Lena. Miss Gertlo Elder, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Owen Cunningham, of tills pluco for quito n whllo, returned to her homo nt Chenault last Saturday, after having a pleasant visit anil innking many friends hero. Mr. Owen Cunningham closed another eight months (school term at this place last Friday tlio 2Hth. It is usoless to say that all wero well pleased, for Mr. Cunningham's wortli as a teacher is well known and appreciated. Tho following persons composed a small party who wero entertained by Miss Dora Gardner Wednesday evening April 27th : Misses Blanche Frymire, Sallie, Cora and Lena Richardson, Minr, nio Hoyle, Annie Dutschke, Suo Gertie Elder, Mattio Milner and Eva Cashmnu ; Messrs. J. T. Milner, J. A. Haynes, It. C. Richnrdson, C. F. Cash-maII. L. Bruncr and Nowsom Gardner. Bra-shean, Mrs. Nannio Groves is having her houso papered. Your correspondent was in Caniielton shopping last week. Dr. David AVliite, of Stephensport, visited Ills parents heio n few days last week. Miss Mary Groves lias returned from Rome, where she has been visiting relatives. Miss Burnico AVhitehead spent last week in Rome visiting friends and relatives. Mr. Chns. Boultinghouso is beginning to erect a new residence where his houso burned. Master Sam Groves has returned home from Romo where lie has been visiting relatives. Mrs. Knto Taylor, of Hawesville, Ky., who has been visiting relatives lierp the past week, left for Louisville Sunday. Mr. AVm. AVeatlierholt and wife, who havo been spending tho winter on their boat in Green River, had their boat towed up n few days ago by tlio Steamer Orphan Girl nnd will spend tho hummer here. JSSrS3i3iiaiiSSaii!r&iSS SAsfes?fl&as-STE,- i l Hint it judiciously purcliatej Ii novcr clear. You always have sometlilne to how for your money and something thnt Is worm looxing at. it lasts. Vcars alter Its purobaso, it Is of scrncely diminished value When not a vestige remains of other tbincs that you bought at the tamo time, our goods will bo about as good as the first day thoy came Into your possession. Thov are In all senses of tho word a judicious purchase. While you may De sorry mat you Uliln't buy you never oan he sorry that you did. You aro invited to inspect our stock of Jewelry, Rings, Silverware, Spectacles and Musical Merchandise Hcpairs of all kinds neatly and promptly at- Jewelry IT DAZZLES THE SUN. If B. F. Beard & Co rwvvmT5zyv7nrt..np.Trc tended too, F. N. D'HTJY, Jewelry, CL0VEKP0HT, KY. AN ORDINANCE. Ordinance Providing forSidewalks on Certain Streets in the City of Cloverport. Whereas It is deemed advisable and necessary by the Council to provide and construct sidewalks on both sides of High street from the western lino of Third street to the Iron bridgo across Clover Creek and on both sides of Wall street from said bridge to Center on tho south side of street, and tbenco Front street to the eastern line of Chestnut street, except as hereinafter 'provided In this ordlnanco. 1st Therefore, be it ordalnod by the Council of tho City of Cloverport ; That a competent civil engineer be employed by tho street committee, whoso duty it shall be to mako plans and specifications of tho grading necessary and requisite to construct good and durable sidewalks to bo laid with suitable brick, with good and sufficient stone curbing to hold the same ; the side walks to ho not less than ten (10) feet wldo and in all respects to be woll laid and of brick of Cloverport manufacture. 2d. That said engincor shall prepare maps and specifications of tho work required to bo dono under this ordlnanco, and estimates of the cost of the same, in front of each lot, the width of sidewalk, the length Of samo, and tho charactor of curbing necessary, and exhibit same to tho Council lor its approval, modification ;or rejection. The ground shall be brought to a proper nnd practical grade in front of the property of each lot owner, and shall have due rcferenco to tho wants of the publio in uniformity of grade. 3d When tho Council shall havo adopted plans and specifications for any work as provided In section 2 of this ordinance, said plans und specifications shall be filed with the clerk of the Council for the examination and Information of all or any of the owners of lots front ing on said streets, or any person Interested. it is horeby made the duty of every owner of any lot or part of lot fronting on said street to grudo, pavo and curb tbo 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 ho or she or tbey shall do so. 4th Is horeby made tho duty of the Marshall of the city to prepare and execute a notice on all easd lot owners notifying them that they aro required by this ordinance to grade, pave and curb the sidewalk in front of his, her or their lot in accordance with the plans nnd specifications thereof on file In the office of the Clerk of tho Council. He shall designate the property intended in his notice so that it may be certainly identified and said notice shall be propirly executed by delivering a copy thereof to the lot owner or his accredited agent or by leaving a copy thereof nt the residence of the lot owner or such agent. He shall endorse his written returns on said notice showing bow be has exocuted samo, and shall return It to the elerk of the Council, who shall carefully file away and preserve same, Sth If any lot owner shall fall or refuso within thirty days after the execution of said notice ns herein before provided, to begin In good faith tho grading, paving and curbing tho sido walk in front of bis, her or their proto perty as rcqulrod by this ordlnanco, and the samo to completion with reasonable dlllgenco, then and In such case the Counell shall cause thn same to be done at tho oxpenso and charge of the lot owner In front of whose property such sidewalk shall be constructed, and the cost thereof shall be a lien on the said property, which (hall bo enforoed as provided lor in the "Act to Incorporate olty of Cloverport," approved February 21th, 1884. It in the opinion of tbo said engineer, Oth any slbewalk now existing shall be good and sufficient, he shall so ropoit to the Council and i( the Council approve samo the lot owner shall not he required to grade, curb or pavo same, l'rovlded however, it shall be his duty to report what repairs or altcratloes, If any, are necessary, and the provisions of this ordinance shall apply to such necossary repairs FOR NEAT PITTING CUSTER. Mrs. Bob Locknrd is coiivnlesing. Mr. Znck Board lost n flno horso. Mrs. Lorn Payne visited Dr. John Meador.. her nephew, Tho hands. post-maste- r. post-oflic- o baa ngaln changed Mr. Oscar Alexander is to bo Miss Mattio Gross, of Rosetta and Miss Clara Jordan, of Bowleyvillo, wero visiting Miss Funnio Harrington. Mr. Frank Sekusko drank somo lyo through mlstako and consequently is in rather n precarious condition. mmmgmBZMmmmm vyyK,wCTKi(.".i(?n(HT.vrwyHw ;2B&wu2ac2i35&B r- - GLENDEANE. Mr. R. AV, Owen spent several days in Louisville last week. Mr. O. A Robertson paid a Hying visit to ids homo last Sunday. Mrs. Robert Crldor, of Fordsville, is visiting lior mother, Mrs.. Bettio Moorman. Mrs. C. M. Reid leaves noxt week to visit her husband's parents at Lancaster. Mr. R. G. Robortson has been quite ill, but we aro glad to say ho is rapidly convalescing. Messrs. AV. J. Dean and W. C. Moorman nro enjoying tho fishing (7) nt tho Falls of Jtough very much this season, Mrs. R. AV. Owon spent Inst week with her parents at "Tho Heights." Miss Edna Robortson leaves next week to attend tho commencement of tlio Maghem Gloss Academy at Lyndon, Ky. Mr. C. AV. Dean is putting tho lanes between this place nnd Mayor Robertson's residence in excollont prder, Charlie is tired of traveling "a rocky road to Oeorgia." .Mr. Junius Owe U at home from Itabvilte, Trhere he haajbgen attending th Bryant A 8Crwwnnfiisiiiesa College, Jnn S Dr. Jonas.L. Basham and mothor have Mrs. Basham returned to Muldraugh. has been visiting among her children for soveral mouths. Mr. John AVatkins, of Leitchileld, is visiting his unclo, Mr. .AVI11 Butler. Mr. AVatkins is a young widower, girls, and on tho war path. Catch who can. Mr. John Alexander has sold his interest in tho dry goods store to Mr. Joel Pile. Mr. Oscar Alexander retains his interest and the firm will go by tho namo of Alexander it Pilo. Thcro is almost n certainty of another storo being opened in this placo in tho Mr. AVill Pool, ofA'ino near1 future. Grovo nnd Mr. Bandy Olivor, of ConThey will stantino nro tho parties. open out in F. B. Lyon's old stand. Clem Nimo has withdrawn his suit for divorce. Clem and Addio have concluded to glido down tho stream of life together. Clem is happy and his counte-nnnc- o shows it. AVo nil congratulato him, nnd trust that his past misery will bo buried in futuro happiness. On tho second Sunday, a numbor of young ladies and gentlemen met at tho Methodist church South, to organize n Sabbath School. Mr. Jas. Harrington was chosen superintendent; Mr. Sandy Trent, secretary; Miss Lida Butler, treasurer. AA'o noticed a painful lack of children and heads of families. If tlio good peoplo of this placo want a Sunday School nnd want It successful, thoy must Children nro tho send their children. It Is through life of a Sabbath School, the children that a Sunday School gots Its life nnd nctivity. But children alone won't, do. It takes oldor and exporionc-e- d heads to givo it strength nnd dignity. Thcro is flno material In this placo for n good school if ono would bo properly managed. A good bablmtli tcliooi is u credit to any town, complimont and and if Custer cltizons would tnko n little pains, in a short time thoy would hnvo such k school as Hnv town would bo proud of. The material in here. Now go to work. CLOTHING T2?3Ei?t i,ffSzSr&Jr mirTimii tii ti kd II It Spring Opening, 1892. Pattern Bonnets and Hats HIGHEST NOVELTIES IN vM1 l:liner Y Open every week day and Friday and Saturday Nights. Having employed an expert Louisville Trimmer, can do work Sn the Neatest and Latest Styles. MRS, H. V. DUNCAN j CLOVERTOItT, KY. rahotht In the vur. I will also sell ST aerej More if wBi4 at Oood farm of 290 aerw well Improved, a Kkron Station, la Meade ettusty, well watM4, 8 rooms, twe barns,, pair of 40 aerea cleared, the la ( yeecg UnWv frame house of cribs, lee house, two tenant houes, well water suMrtjM r Inqutra for g, ORATCKOrr.1 ed for stock, etc., olsUm and weil for f A. and everything that & farmer wW neej. 1Urty, Me4 Co., Xy. (Jnly six lalltM from tbe I... t)t. 1, A T. Hall. ljfwl frowOikUo U ehurefe rcUol or alterations. 7th No existing stdewalk not constructed of brlok and with stone curbing, or not constructed of dressed or curbstone shall be deemed as good and sufiUIcnt and as complying wlin tan ordinance 6th. This ordinance shall not apply to the property on the north side or Wall street from l'nnlir itrecit to. Centar street. I Vtb ThU ordinance shall be In foree anl, ' effect from and after Iu pasMge.. FARM FOR SALE. f" l fily, tsrlhet-jwrlHmltu- a rt ol, n- - ,"',B.vli.r ggT,nr''T"t'TM. , n - J. ' i.-- V' . -- .A '. ;i c.tr-Cf- t t' . S"S . , - m ' '. - r I '"& ' r,S'iS4jufe,. si&to&&AH&&- rs.'a&te ' 'iS.ATMiSMkiSrafflW" .0WlffBijW.XWf.ffiSistr'' - -- IM1 SMIHIlii f Will HiniuriflTTffi TIH1 iHMilli ! 1 Till MTTTmilMSniSSS III 1 II lit all - aiTTiri i.ii '""? W '.,., " - ' t',. ' ' . - UVUI .Te '. wwij; . vTi - J" rcv III! iiiJiT ' WlllMli iiiKmie ignwm I 1 MllMSMW r i ir '5J : "mJl r .v hi1!" '" nrttis") Jrtcjr ".- - f,"wr -- -' ' f.wnr.'-i.TOJI- " . , in i r - -- TT" TheTalkofTlie'Mn. '1 Our line of Spring Shirts, Neckwear and Underwear for men is tho talk of the town. Tiik CottNTisa Itooxr, In The Snors, W Val The Streets, Upon The Him,, O.v The Oars, At Home, In Soc'ikly, O.v EVERYWHERE. ILV Never beforo have wo had such trade, and noyor beforo lmvo wo hMfjnHr. displayed such an assortment. Wo delight in furnishinr men J4- r with beautiful, nico fitting shirts V' and collars. Have you seen our ft 'a 'SAp U . l Ktock ? JNO, D, BABBAGE, COR. WALL & ELM STS. YWi& wflP f V J.S CLOVERPORT, KY. E. O.BABDAGE, Manager, f.r Breckenridge News. 1892. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, i 7T ': ,v tL 1 . 7A. r Swords of wisdom. rr 7 "ri t :i fr OF Judgo Turnoy, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Tennessee, and Democratic Candidato for Governor, Tells What Ho Thinks of the Alliance , "Demands." $ u w "Make These Demands a Law and You Are Tied as Galley Slaves to the Will and Behests of the Consolidated Government, t Once Known as the & Federal Union." 'y iAy '. 3 yy fe S w & l.f Tho following extracts from Judge Turnoy'fl Winchester speech demon strate tno vigorous stylo with which lie Js attacking the Alliance : "Gov. Buchanan, who says, 'I am a Democrat,' said in August, 1891, 'every man should stand hy n majority of the order; minority should acquiesce with the majority. All questions should be settled on tho floor, no iliflcrencessliould fe ho carried outside.' "This speech was made about eight months after Macuuo's report to the Ocala Council and its unanimous adop tion, with full knowledge on tho part of jgSfWibvcrnor (who I believe was ono of Mffddulegatcs,) that that Council and the delegates representing mm were fully committed to it. His utter- anco was conformahlo and consistent w with it. By it ho practiced his advice of 'settling all questions on the floor, and There-- carrying no differences outside.' I" fore ho will not say whether ho will accept tho nomination on a platform repudiating the Ocala and St. Louis de"-- mands. T env .... onil ..u, ........ ..u ...- .. m.j linro ....i tni" im.l.ti tin nir. , cumstances will I accept tho nomination upon a platform indorsing or approving these demands. "In tho main, they are unsound, impolitic, unconstitutional and undemocratic. "I will now notice some of them. The first Ocala demand is as follows: "First Wo demand the abolition of Wo demand that the Rational hanks. Government shall establish or dejwsitories in the several States, which shall issue money direct to the people at a low rate of taxation, not to exceeds percent, per annum, on farm products, and also upon real estate, with proper limitations upon tho quantity of land and amount of money. Wo demand that tho amount of circulating medium bo increased to not less than $50 per capita.' "Whatever may bo said of national hanks (and I was educated to oppose them), there is no substitute suggested, and I am certainly opposed to their abolition without some provihon taking caro of their present circulation. If the national hanking law is a bad aw,j good ono should ho proposed as a basis for its repeal. "That part of tho demand asking for or dethe establishment of positories which shall issuo money, etc., was certainly adopted, either without the consideration of tho consequences of such law or as a snaro for tho casual reader. To establish theso depositories wo must look to their purposes; if they nro to accommodate tho farmer, thoy must bo so located oh to conveniently givo accommodation; thoy must ho in reasonable reach of each fanner who may proposo to avail himself of them. "Tho furmor must bo at tho troublo and oxpenso of delivering his produce to tho depository as security for the amount of money ho proposes to borrow, and when he has paid his borrowed money debt, ho must ho at tho samo troublo and oxpenso of returning it to his garner or crib. Theso facts mako it necessary to have tho depositoricsdottcd all over the land, at least ono in ovcry civil district. "Tho depositories must bo large and substantial, sufficient to protect from weather, thioves and vermin tho property they contain : so thoy must necessari ly cost largo sums of money, and that money must bo raised by cither taxation (and it would ho an unequal law to tax ono man for tho accommodation of another,) or it must bo raised hy charges on tho person who patronizes tho depository. "Agents of tho Government must bo employed to take charge of them, and nee that they aro protected hy nlgit' and by day. This brings another tax upon tho taxpayer or patron. "There will, of course, 1)0 loss hy lo . shrinkage, vermin, thieves, rot, negligence of tho agent and otherwise; this must fall iiKn tho depositor or borrower. Count all tho things, and tho rate per cent, will exceed tho lawful rate of interest allowed by tho laws of any of the States. Besides, wo will lmvo in each State an army of now Federal officeholders appointed because of their allegiance to tho appointing power. Appointed not from our ioop1e, but sent from abroad. Selected because of their fitness and willingness to do their master's bidding and to servo him at all times, in any way and under all circumstances. counties in Ten"Thero aro ninety-Blnessee to bo thus olllcercd. "Thoro will, of course, bo differences betweon theso agents, and tho depositors or borrowers of money and the mortgagors of land. Of course, controversies will rise that must bo settled by some Tho depositor or Judicial tribunal. mortgagor can not buo tho Government ; tho law does not permit it. Ho can not sue a Federal agent in tho courts of tho State, and is, therefore, without remedy, and if any shall bo given him it will be in a Court of Claims at Washington City, appointed by tho Government for their political value, and not for their legal attainments. "Every ono feeling himself aggrieved will ho compelled to resort to that triSomo of you bunal and nono other. have had experience in such courts, when you tried to get pay for your proj)-ert- y taken or destroyed during tho war. tho You remember tho strict rule, tho technical objections, tho long delay and tho final refusal of such courts to allow your claims, or tho arbitrary and unauthorized cutting down of your claims, however satisfactory the proof of their right and justice may have been. "The borrower of money on land security would become at onto tho tenant of tho Government, and if ho at all failed to comply with tho terms of his mortgage and presumed to entertain political opinions ndverso to tho ruling power, his mortgage or trust deed would be at onco foreclosed and ho turned out of house and home. "The whole demand is a plan to sell all who might avail themselves of its provisions to tho ruling power, to make them its slaves and compel them to go to tho ballot box and by their suffrage uphold their oppressors. "Tho demand requiring tho circulating medium to bo increased to not less than S'K) per capita would require a circulation of three billion two hundred and fifty millions of money. All to be derived from taxation, our census report showing about 05,000,000 people. Mako these demands a law and you thereby enjoin yourselves forever from free speech, free thought and free ballot; you are tied as galley slaves to the will and behests of tho Czar of the consolidated government, once known as tho Federal Union. "We will now go to the St. Louis platform, which embodies tho Ocala demands and goes a bow shot further. It lays down theso demands; remember, it always demands : " 'Transportation Transportation being a means of exchange and n public necessity tho Government should own and operate the railroads in tho interest of the people. " 'Tho telegraph and tho telephone e system being a neceslike tho sity for the transportation of news, should be owned and operated by the Government in the interest of tho people.' "Bear in mind tho language. 'The Government should own and operate the railroads.' 2so suggestion is offered by which the Government is to become owner of tho roads, whether by confiscation or purchase. If by purchase, what will bo tho cost? I have in my baud railroad statistics showing that the cost of railroads in tho United States has been $9,000,000,000. Supposo the can buy them at cost, where is tho money to come from ? Aro the people to bo taxed ? Already the complaint of high taxation is loud and often angry. Will you add $9,000,000,000 to your burx post-otlic- all its purposes, two and a half times as many men us tho Confederacy nail in us army dining tho four years' war, with instructions and pledges to enforce and carry out every suggestion and plan of tho appointing power. Onco adopt and make this demand a law and jKipnlar elections will forever thereafter be unknown. Our republican form of Government will bo overthrown and in its stead a government of force ; States will bo no longer States; consolidation, centralization, .with all their horrors will fasten upon us, and in n littlo whilo tho appointing power will dictate terms and form of government to which tho Czar-doof ltttBsia will alone furnish a comparison. "I repeat, these appointees will nrj. como from us ; thoy will not bo of us, but will bo tho adherents of thoso who have power and proposo to keey it. "In addition to tho objections already urged, adopt tho demand, and for injuries done to your person or property, even for willful killing on a railroad, your relief will again bo in a Court of Claims, if at all: you will have no juries from your county; your State courts will not bo permitted to enforce tho law; everything will bo removed from them, and you will bo entirely at the mercy of tho Government with no power to control or influenco It." m The Superior MEDICINE blood disease, f mngnillcent combination for the people. A popular lino of .tho latest spring Attraction. An unlimited variety in every de- partmcnt'nf tho store." flic determination and ability to make tho best prices. Quality as you liko them. Styles ami fashion the latest. Assortment complete and alright prices. A for all forms of AVER'S Sarsaparilla the health restorer, and health maintainor. will KtNd RENE 1J7B. record SiMPi Sire of Kugne 2ll!Hi, Kceler i.THi. I'tlnce Edward 2:W, 1.1 more from i 204 to 'i:M; sire of the dams of Advance 2:2Ul. King Kussell Hid, and of the sires nf Utile Archer ( yoj i;K, and 4 more teller than 2 :S0. L BrLMONT 64. trl IJ'ifKj Hire or Pred Arthur (p) M'lwuoJ 2IIKH. Wedgtwood S:ll, Viking 2:111, unit IW oilier In '2: HO; S; ioui have V1 M (Uufhlrrs have 87 In 2:30; IV total dtscemlanis In V!:1K) t. '1 he K'calest son of AbiUllah 15, who, all things considered, was the greatest son bl llambletonian 10. ttilt. ABPAUiH 18, Jill! tlMhrtftftU 10 o Mran. lre nf Goldsmith Maid Jill (d II In 2:1) and Ave nfcee In 3:1; pit, sire of Almoin, sire w ao in .mr untijji nmenu, In l)elmont,welf,Mh.2'.IM ami rw ants 413 2:30: descendants In i:M the greatest son of BKliB, by Mambrlno Ham of Hclmont, I3 deatrndint In S:0J McCurdv's Hamblttonlin 2,".6i, aire of li In 2:80; Sastacus, sire of I'msncr. Menmo 2:21; grandsra of Mayenne, dam pf Cresaire M Pa. cendo 2i1IU; Pancoast iron 2:1IU, Prodigal 2:17( ', Patronage, aire of Allx (3) 2:1SU, best on lecord escept . Sunol, HmWvttli.n ' Chief 11 all thin cointd-err- d, 10. . Cures Others cure you. Pont fall to tee our splendid stock and lake tho advantage ol tho Inducements olTorod in 3QHESS G3MQa, Extra lino weave Hcdrord cord worth 7So. at 49c. (In nil the newojt tliades ) 8 pcf . of hair line, faciei worth 40c for 24K 2i) pes of imported drofi i;ittorrn, no two nllke worth VUo for D5o. 16 pel sew style Deucire assorted colors fur 10c Auiai'-broad cloth all shades lowest prices, lllg lino of Thortncdor suiting exclusive pit-tern- s. Jatncstown phld and plain, We make a specialty in blaok drcs goods, Imported and domestic Henriettas and cashmeres, etc. If you will call and 'see our new goods yon will not bo able to resist the temptation to take some of them home. laWo bavo a beautilul line of hand-mad- e dies low shoes, latest spring styles, hlso a full lltio of hand turned shoes. Our shoe depart went Is larger this season than ever. We can pleaso oreryono In style, quality and price We liavo a beautiful line of men's custum made liuell shoes. Latest styles in men's low shoos. Wo can sell you bay's fine front laco or Congress shoos worth $l,tU for 7Hc. Jttn's Kangaroo riilf was told lor f.1.50 now ning fur $2 Old Kentucky flats sold ovcry place fur $2 00 our price $1.35. We liavo a hundred dlDViront styles and prices, can make anyono smile at the unreason Lie low prices. "Golden Medical Discovery" cures thoso diseases which como from blood impurities scrofula and skin diseases, sores and swellings. But does it 7 .It's put up by tho thousands of gallons, and Bold to hundreds of thousands. Can it euro as well as though it ffad been compounded just for you ? Its makers say that thousands of people who have had Tetter nnd Salt-rheu- Kcenia and Erysipelas, Carbuncles and Soro Eyes, Thick Neck and Enlarged because they Glands, are well used it. Supposo that this is so. Suppose that man was a quick-witte- d enough to know that to cleanse the blood was to cleanse the life. Suppose that by many experiments, and after many failures, he discovered this golden key to health and that his faith in it for you is so strong that you can go to your druggist , buy a bottle, and if it doesn't help you, you get your money returned cheerfully. Will you try it ? The remedy to have faith in, is the remedy the makers themselves have faith in. y A GREAT HOUSE WARMING. Memphis Will Celebrate Her Bridge Opening in Grand Style. Memphis lias put her best foot forward for a great house warming on the 12th of May, to which sho invites everybody far and near. Tho occasion will be the ford mal opening of the new $2,500,000 and passenger Bridge to public traffic. The bridge is not only a triumph of engineering skill, but will prove a wonderfully economical, quick and safe method of transportation from the Western and Southwestern markets, across tho Mississippi Hiver to tho Eastern markets and seaboards, and, vice versa, from Eastern seaboards and market, to the consumers West and Southwest. A remarkable fact is that the bridge is pitched at tho exact point where in May 1541 Hernando I)e Soto, with his baud of fearless followers pushing westward first sighted tho Father of Waters and set up a sort of military post. The excavations for tho immense abutments on the Eastern hanks at Chisca Monnd, have disclosed a number of rude warlike implements used by these Spaniards. Memphis has been trying for thirty years to secure the building of this bridge, but what with the opposition of Hiver Transportation Companies and persons more or less selfishly interested in tho enterprise as a speculation, it was delayed for a quarter of a century; lu now the magnificent steel and stone structure is practically (oinpleted and will bo ready for traffic beforo the day set for tho celebration. Memphis proposes to do tho honois of that occasion in a stylo of which every Southern citizen nnd American will be proud. A program which will involve the expenditure of $25,000, subscribed by tho people of Memphis, has been ar ranged for the entertainment of visitors The railroads will offer a very low rale tho round trip and the doors of the city will swing wide for a royal welcome to all who visit the celebration. Bail-roa- The Ragged Farmer and His Case. Among tho farmers who writo to tho Republic protesting that they arc in rags and that, being now accustomed to them, they aro willing to wear them until gold and silver aro restored to equality of coinage in the United States, is a gentleman farmer who has lifted his mortgage nnd feels quite independent, lie aasur-e- s us that ho has had to wear tho samo coat twelvo years, and that his farm hands do not spend for clothing in a year nearly as much as tho sum at which tho Hepnblic estimated tho saving for tho averago family in clothing if the prohibitive taxes were removed. Wo aro not at nl surprised nt this. There aro thousands of people in tho country who are entirely prohibited from having anything like a bare sufficiency of decent clothing by the prohibitive taxes against imports. And as n class, the farmers aro worse clad than any other clas-- , because these taxes work both ways on them -- putting down tho prices of what they lmvo to sell and putting up the' prices of what they liavo to buy. Shutting tho wealth of Europo out of this country means shutting in hero a great quanity of our agricultural surplus to overload our markets and keep down prices. So, as long as ho is prohibited from exchanging surplus with Europo, us long as he is denied right 'of way to and from his European markets, the Mississippi Valley fanner is doubly 10b-e- d robbed by being forced to uso what littlo surplus ho can export for buying bar gold in Europo for import to Wall street, and robbed by being compelled to pay protected corporation prices for everything ho buys at home. But our correspondents among tho ragged farmers nil insist that they must and will have money reform ns. well as tariff reform. They say they know what thoy want, and it is more gold and silver money in circulation. Thoy insist that the mints shall bo opened for free coin-ag- o of all gold and silver offered for coinage. The Republic indorses that demand. Without tariff reform, without an open road to Europo for our surplus, there can bo no real money reform, but with it there can be. Unless we can get tho road to market open for our surplus by getting tho road from Europo opened for our return cargoes, the first effect of any increase of circulation great enough to bo appreciable would bo to increase the prieo of the manufactured necessaries of life, the salo of which to tho trade in this country is now largely monopolized by two or three hundred protected corporations and combinations of corporations. But with tho road to Europo opened, and with the currency of tho country ro gulated hy the supply of gold and silver tho Mississippi Valley would become tho center of the woi Id's trade, and its farmers, mei chants, bankers, railroad men, lawyers, doctors ministers and followers of every other vocation would prosper ns no other people have prospered. St. Louis Republic. --j z m o Q ) CARITA Dam of " full brotheta and sisters lo bplendor. All sold as yearlings and 2. year-olat from 11,000 (o J J.UOO each J'wo or more ate certain logo in the list this acuon. Cordova trolttd last year In 2:32. I .'. BI.ANDIKA. Dam of SmlgiTt, sire of Moody 2:IH, anil 80 more In list; Abdallah Pilot, sire otricard2:18MJ. and of Messenger Chief ith 12 in the list: King Ittne, sire of 18 J Solicitor, sire of 3! ltcdwood 7, with Sj Kicnia, with 2. MAMBRINO CniEP 11 , inert Sire of l.ady 'I horn JtlStt, and-etgIn the list j also the sire of the dams f.f rector 2:17, Piedmont 2;I7U, and 17 more la 2:30 or belter. ' ti BtJRCn MARE, by Parker's Tlrown Pilot. Ham of ltosallnlI:2m, Donald 2:27, and el Illandlna, dam of King ltene and Swlgcrt and 4 other aires ol 2:80 and betttr,.trotters. ...... IB...... liAHBLKTUniAN Sire of Deiter V.WA, Nettie 2:18, Orange Girl 2:20, RS others, and grand slrepf Sunol 2:0914, Maud S. 2;0H, Palo Alto 2:8fc, 2:10, and Nancy milks i:W, over 1000 others In 2:94, ( a. DICTATOR US Ilrother to Detler 2:17U, and sire of i;- -. n.tn i jiiuiaaJn.se. miri jj-sjv-w- .e SiiU, Iil.ii. siil01t mif nle Cassell (n) 2jCU, Director 2:17, Delineator (p) 2:18, 80 otherr in 2:80; and dams of Nancv Hanks 'I'M. Lockheart 2:114, Northwest (p) 2:17U, llrown (O 2:18ti, Keller 'jhomas 2:lUVt, and 15 others In 2:30. Dictator Is also grand sire of Direct (p) 2:00, Margaret S. M) 2:lifll, Guide 2:10U, EvangclinelS)2!l9; Daphne 2:1, and SO others in 2:80. !..!. CLARA Dsm of Dictator (sire as noted. Deitet 2:17', Alma 2:2SM, Astoria :2vti, Aids dam of Aids de (art f.i&hi Clara (salsa prandam of Keina Victoria, dam of Princeton 2:11)44, and 8 others In 2:80. DTJVALL'S MAMBRINO Sire of th dims of D. Monroe 2:28ft, Mill Duroc 2:29Vt, Lulu 2:29Vt. Maud ltutler, trial 2:23ft, and grandslreof Mollie Mc, two. jrr-ol- d trial 2:88! Decoy, trial 2:81 and a , quarter at a gait ol 2:09", SROSS MISS BUTLER Dam of Maud ltutler 2:28t, and she Is the dam of Phallamont, sire of 0 under 2:80. THE DAM OF BROWN CHIE- F- ..'... Sire of Maggie K 2:2"A. and of the daraa of l.ady Majolica 2:25, Altamont 2:26A, and Flossie O 2:18U, Geacvia 8 frandson of Jones 2:28ft, tc, ttc. SPEND0R will bo for service nt tlio H.isin Spring Fnrtn until .? '' : 4. follows marc is known to bo in foall PASTCTRE 325.00. Paynblo as $10.00 cash nt thno of sorvico TRRMS: ; July kt, when ho goes into training. tho balance $15.00 is insurance money, payable when Kfcellptit Pnsturo can bo had for marcs from a ilistanco nt reasonable figures. For further particulars address NEVITT &. BLAND, V. 0. Irvington. Ky. Our Clothing Department is Immense. W. W. WILLIAMSi 5,000 suits to select from, cvory shade nnd cut can bo had. Kanoy stripe wovcm men's suits run 31 to 40 worth $5.00 going for $3.48. All shades, cuts and sites in on 'a suits sold for $7.00 going $4.08. Men's all wool Scotch suits sold fur $10.00 at iiiifiiiE up itnmT, FURNISHED DY Men's black ground pie stripe sold for $15,00 it $10.00. A groat reduction iu Men's and Hoys' black Cheviot suits. Wood, Tobacco and Cinnamon browns, all cuts ruck bottom price. serges, taylor A beautiful line of Imported inndo, very cheap. SPRING OVERCOATS, Are going cheaper this season than ever before. Our $15.00 (larincnts wo are selling for $10.00. U.24 " ' 12.50 " " ' 7.40. " 10.00 Come In and ex imlnr our stock, wo guaran-to- o wo can sino you money We will pay highest mnrkft pri e for wool, sell yuu goods at unreasonable low prlco. It will bo to your Interest to visit us. Wo extend everyone a welcome Invitation to come and examine our beautiful and iiutnenvo stock of spring goods. Every department full. $0.V8. Len. G. Herndon & Co., tffn .gjB i t aWj-- yirsj M 'fiBrSjj m J fijSliair Genera Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera) Storages H. W. HERNDON,, Manager. Reliable and prompt. count sale. Consignments Cash with every ac- The Farmer, The Gardener, And Others Ncctl many things in our Hardware Block. solicited. DRURY'SBBEEDINGSTOCK. offering to tho public the service of the following breeding stock, we do not hesitate to say tl at we believe It to be as good as can be found in the state. Not only well-bron the tide of their sires, but equally as well throuirh their dams ; a very important thing In a breeder, In Bourbon Denmark Ky. Was sired and fnalded Lexington, This high stylo Kentucky saddle stallion will make the season nfl8U2 at my place tine mllo cflst of Uvwlsyvillo on the Louisville road. at prices firmer. Dried Fruits. i M.ilti " "W"'" and peaches. Deans. Demand active at advance, bggs. Receipt ho ivy, mamot weak and lower. LOUISVILLE. KY., May 3, lf.92. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and e address. RUTTEIt, K003, POULTRY, ETC. Poultry. Chickens scarce this wcok and post-offic- .... .in .. ' ;Gov-emine- nt dens? "Like all their other demands, no provision is suggested for the raising of the purchaso money, and, of course, if we do purcha.se, wo must go into our pockets and pay our part of the $9,000,000,000 in taxes. Tills would he tho absolute bankruptcy of ovcry State in tho Union for tho one item of railroads, but we have added to this that tho 'telegraph and telephone should bo owned and operated by tho Government.' "At tho beginning of tho present year telegraph companies had invested telephono companies $100,000-00Add the three items and the proposition (if it means to purchase) is to invest in railroads, telegraphs nnd telephones. It almost .takes one's breath to think of the enormity of tho proposition. "What will be done when wo aro required to pay it? This is a raso where tho simple statement of facts is an unanswerable argument against tho 'demands.' "But further, statistics show that tho number of railroad employes in 1890 was 749,:!91. At tho beginning of this year it hud increased to 1,000,000, making a growth in two years of L'50,(i09, about 1)13 per day, and is still increasing. "Thero aro 20,098 telegraph offices in tho United States. I liavo been unable to ascertain tho number of employes. I have been unablo to get tho number of employes of tho telephone, but we know it is large. Tho proposition is to turn over to tho Government all this force, or rather to' mako the appointment of theso operatives an additional patronago of tho Government. "Thero aro at a safo estimate men in tho employ of theso corporations. If the Government owned and controlled them this 1,500,000 would bo selected from tho political adherents of tho party in power and from such as can bo bought hy employment. Thoy will ho dispersed throughout tho land, and will give the Government to hack It, In to-d- "April showers mako May flowers." and wet feet make bad cohls, but Lightning Cough Drops will euro any cough, hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, Zonia, W. Va , says : "Lightning Cough Drops is something wonderful. I do not think thero is any medicine in tho world that will givo better satisfaction. Will do nil claimed for it." All dealers sell it. Plowlines, Hamestrings, Trace Chains, Wire Fencing, Grindstones and Fixtures, Curry Combs, WHY IS THE L. DOUCLAS Horse Brushes, $3 SHOECENMEN' Horse and Cat BEST SHOE ...., tle Ties, !pOi $3(i tui) Ctji Hog1 Rings 3" J)J. CO 30 and Ringers tOa ETC ITCHING PILES Oil CO 3Ca "no rlLCSWAYNE'S Cattle Leaders, "'d OINTMENT CO ,,ili",ui brunuhftr"? nnd S1.75 nnUe i'i? i "" pr.tr.dN Animal Pokes, OOYo rrllaez ll S1.73 Garden and Indies' for Floral Tools, rr TAKE. Hl!nSTITl!Tn.M li. FOU SALE I3Y Wheelbarrows, HAMBLETON BOWMER Shovel & Spades Vni Stop! Stop! Stop! etc. Lawn & GardAT THE Bankrupt en Rakes, fricntific tun'taw Pitchforks. tb; BRANDENBURG, KY. THE GEO. Stoves, YEAKEL&CO. BUTTER. Choice, country.:. IeuiutB Common,.. Creamery ln M . t Pedigree. Dourbon Denmark was s'red by Fayette Denmark, he by NeJ (lalne's Denmark; he by race horse, Dloraede, he by Imported 1st. Dam by Hall Stocking. 2d. Dam by Davy Crockett. 3d. Dam by Roan-oa4th. Dam by Bertram). Stli. Dam b,r Highlander. -k. J3 BOOS, jj oum X to 11 7 Fre,h 'ren' Ilnosfrs... POULTRY. It ,..:... 12i 4 25 :i I'O 5 60 4 00 5u , Note.You will notice - from thts renowned sire's breeding Mint be Is hankel up by tbe strongest families of Denluarks on tho sire's side clear back to thoroughbreds. On bis dam's side, he has somo nf the bet crosses nf saddle families to bo had, strongly backed up by thorough breds, both on stre anil dam's side. hraall Siiringors,.... Young Ducks , Live Turkeys Dressed turkeys Mi." Snr,'Tr Springers 4 00 to 2 in to 4 50 to 3 0) to 4- 00 to 3- Dressed Hens L vo Oeese (feathered) Live (leese (plucked) a 0 , ,0 0(l . 00 to 1300 3 ,IB to 3 603 &0 to 4 00 2 Ou to 2 50 j0 t04 n Description. Denmark Is a beautiful biy 1ft hands high and his as much natural style as any stallion In tbe state, and Is ns fine a brcedor ns can be found. He breeds his colts with style and Onl.h. Solid colors and plenty of size. I reeds very strongly after himself, eight ont of every ten going the gaits by the He trnnsmlts his stdille qualimother s sine ties very readily, becnuso his galls Are all natural and not acqul'ed. lie goes all the gaits easily, but especially to be admired is bis running wnlk. Bourbon I., 7 Whlte 8r,e FEATHKBB. , ' 2S' 45 Old..... .. No. 1. duck Racoon Mink ... ;. ,j g 25 15 aft 30 no 7.'. FURS 50 50 15 70 ou 90 60 ABBOMJTBI.T CTOHS." k 0.,u" "llMl worn form aid "",Inj,.btorb.lhelumorfc Soldbrdratiliuorbr It Is a seamless aboe. with no tacks or wax thread to hurt tho recti made of tho best flue calf, stylish An.1 dn.l hannii.. mnJl Mlfll.tt.inrA that OT tltit grade Ihnn any other manvfacturtr. It equals haud-sewe- d shoes coating from S)4AJ0 to SJ5.W. the finest calf CSC 00 CScnnliio llnml-acwr- d, equals trench shoo over orfcrcd for to JliuO. Imported ahoea which cost from Slipf, Mno calf, OO stvlUb, comfortable and durable. The best shoe over offered at this prlcej sarno (trade as shoos costing from $0.00 to Vollco Wlioei Karmors. Itallroad Men andLctterCarrlersallwcarthemt flnecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, extension edge, one pair will wear a year. ever offered at OO cnlfi uo better shoe this price i one trial will convince thoso who want a shoo for comfort and service. Si.OO WarkliiEiunn'si shoes & are very strong and durable. Those who bavo given them n trial will wear no other make.aro school shoes S'J.OO wornbythebojsovcrywherc: they sell on their merits, as the Increasing sales show. best shoo, 8:1.00 llnnd-apwe- d I IN THE WOnLD FOR THE MONEY? Canary Bird Is an Inbred Dtank Warrior, with mealy high, bUck M)4 bands points, will be fiair years old 27th of May next Ts of fine rarrlnge und splendid notion, with heivy bone. Will jene n llmlidl number ol marcs. ' JAOK. TERMS. S12.00 Opos'um,.,. Uray Fux .. lied fox lllack Skunk ,. ouuri o in lieu okuiik DlHck S trliied and WhltnSkunf Wild Oat... Musk Rat O.ter. cased Heaver, tsrge........ Deer Skins per lb. HIDES. Rreen, pood ., . a Dry Salt, good.., Dry tllnt, good.., Sheep skins , to to to to. to to 1 25 PO 1 w tol f,0 2 25 to 30 10 to 15 5 00 to 0 00 .,,5 0l , to--i 20sto V 4 4K (I'M K 8 II 25-8u "Bourbon Denmark- - WOOL. ;, Scientific American Agency jJonRola,verrstylslicnuaUFrench to tUiL eostlngfrom shoe for tf.30. Si.OU nuil MjrlUh Ulucs are the best fine Unngols. Douglas" aud durable. namo and that W. h. C'iuitlon.- -e price aro stamped on tbe bottom of each shoe. NO, Insist on local udvertlsed dealers supplying yon, JIOUOLAB, llrocUtou, fllass. l&l&by V. &. To Insure a living colt, pnyublo when colt Is foaled. If maro should be sold or traded off, tho money will be due ut timo of sale or parting therefrom Oieaso, Cue , (Ironse, oare Merino Durry and Cuts..... Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb ,., , ,., ,, , , ,'. n2i 18 m 12 I51H 17 (3) 2b' DRIED APPLES, , Canary Bird - - - $10.00 .' , isSBJIB To Insure a livo 0'ilt, pnynhle whon colt Is foaldcd. If maro should he sold ortrailed ofT, tho motiev will bo due at the time of sate or Wo to t to to VA to CLOVERPORT' KY. parting therefrom. Mo responsibility for accidents or escapes, Marcs kept onoasy terms. Ohas. H Drury. CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, RIQN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, f roe Handbook wrllo to For Inf onnallon nnd BltOAUWAY, NBW YOIIK. MUNN A CO.. 3C1 Oldest bureau lor eocurtnu patents in America. the publle by a notlco given free of charge In tbe To Advertisers If you wisb nnd need Instruction, seed ono dollar for our "Hook for Aivortlsora." A little study of that book will enable you to decide what you ought to do, and give an Idea of tuo probable cost. f. Fancy . " ,. Choped ' 1 Peelltgs " I Evaporated, in sacks... ..,". 3 J'K ACHES, Halves, per lb , , ,.. 2 Quarters per 1b... , j Peeled, per lb ,'.... 0 Pears per lb.. , 3 Ulnckberries per lb , 3 Hi 3Kto 3?ito XA I 5' 2JT IK to to to Itf: r t wharf: We quote prleej HAY.aRAIN, y u VA FKKD. ' ou Louisville city Largest circulation of any tclentlflo paper In world. Splendidly Illustrated. No lntnlllpent man thotild be without It. WeealT. a.00 a CO, MUNH jeart iUO ilz months. Addrcti York. VUliLliuiiug,3tlllroadwar.Kew You will find everything you want to cut : STORE to advertise Strictly choice HAY. , Choice No. 2, Oood Medium Good Bright Straw..,., Choice whit Choice shelled,, ,hlll, 12 00 10 50 ,.,, jo 00 5Q0 .'. CORN. Pimples, Notes About Bogs Thero seems to he n drawback to the people of tho county. While thoy aro ,n FACT, energetic, courageous and nil of that, mfifil tilt l.AWA tn btl l.V.V . f t they will keep a yard full of dirty, viciTlarnpldlrmniln by that romnrlcnbln propar. ous dogs laying nrouiul them for no othFor tho Bpwtly euro of Bcrofola, Wasting, er purposo visible to your correspondent Mercurial Diana), Eruptions, Eryalpolas! Tital (locnr, nnd qvory indication of inpovor-Ulithan to help to eat tho bread provided blood, Br. UlistJ'l BlOOl Cllrcatr la eu remedy thntenn always m re Hod upon. tho for their children, kill sheep and keep tho forlorn traveler continually in feur. THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. . .PlTTBBUHnH Liko supperstltlon it is from tho early I squatters. It is not an uncommon remark to say that you judgo o farmer hy tho number of dogs ho keeps. Wo will ho glad to seo tho day when tint dogs nnd cats will bo all lu tho past, and tho bread ami attention that is lavished upon them now will bo given to tho rising generation whore it belongs, and theninvestoursur-plu- s money in sheep without any fear of feeding our neighbors' dogs from our flocks, and if this should' bo put Into practice thero would bo n considerablechange in the raising of sheep and tho manufacturing of woolen goods, and less attention paid to tho training of dogs nnd moro to tho youthful boys, "Y17a I Black ,v y3 I JE Boils, Ms, SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. fact everything in the In PAYNE AND If you instruct u? .,., OATS. , , 44 40 40 to place a certain amount of advertising for you in tho way wo think will do you thomost good, you should send an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish; and mako oultablo arrangements for payment. Your order will then recelvoull the attention that it requires. No, 2 oats Seed oats j J, ,.. . ,..,..., ..,,,..-...- No, 2 Long Berry No 2 Red WHEAT. wheat...,,,, ,..,,.. ' 26 i If you wisb Zit) MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, perbbl , Beeswax aJvertisen)ent Sorghum per gallon nl Grocery&Confectionery Line solicit you to call, we take, great pleasure in waiting upon you. spectfully CO. 7 P. I Thankful for past favors. Re- prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to be told what paper you should use, nnd what tbe cost will bo, wo will furnish tho advertisement and the plan either or both, nnd submit them for your con. elderatlon, together with our bill for tho sorvico. , 1'UTATOUS. Choice Mlfti. bulk per bu...,.... Choice Northern lud, ' .., l'oor to tned. AIJoli, ' " , " Nor, Ind' , t Home Urown per barrel irom storo 2o to So per bu higher. 38 '; 1 15 1 a Cloverport, Ky. For preparing atlvertiserrjeoty, J. B. Moorman, Manager. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for electrotypes and estimates tho pays us. For the expense pf placing advertisements and watch-in- g the fulfillment of contracts wo are paid by a commission allowed by tbe publisher of tho paper in widen tho advertisement appears. all tho Ins and outs of advertising without any coat or troublo, read I'litNTEits Ink regularly, carefully, studiously issued weekly, $2 a year. If you wish a complete catalogue of all newsrmrwrs. tend 5 for tho Amur!. can Newspaper Directory. For any further Information address GEO. P. ROWELL & Newspaper Advertising Bureau, , '..., 1 Ml to 1 Navy Common nod colored 76 to 1 iM i , ,,...., 6 to I'M Flat and mlxel, ONIONS. Northern, per bb on arrival.,.,.,,,, " " from store.,.,,,., 3 4 W J 76 I Indlat'a Tir.i vo Michigan, band picked..,,, .., 1 &0loJ.T5 " ror crato ...... ,.,..., ( irom store I. W. HARPER'S WHISKEY. Tho raedioal fraternity, backed up by carefully compiled statistics, (s almost a unit in deolarlug that a moderate use of stlmuhnts conduces to long life. It is also admitted that an old whiskey is by far the best stimulant tint can be used. Leading physicians recommend the I. W. Harper Whiskeys because it Is pure, possessed of a superior llavor and bourjet, and Is not 'offered for sale until (t Is old and thoroughly matured, Sold by i Reapers anil Mowers, Qrain Drills, Fertilizer Commit, Micb igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Planter Hair, If youVapt to learr; OKLERY. Fancy white plume, per doi, Choice Choice Qreen ,.,. 2 as tar3 m S U)M ."'' to 4" .,, ,,.. ,,., jau'ji ,.,,,7. Choice Choice Choice APFLKS. Fancy Den Davis and Rows Beautl Fancy Wins Saps ....... ,..t 1 10 to 20 " - Pine & Poplar Shingles .:- - u. M.F. " 4 Cloverport, Ky. H) I'll AM, Hrick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring always kept on, hand. Orders accompanied by cash protnpl ly mid. Jnuif C.t Fancy OenneUing.., Fancy Creenlngs ranoy bsiuwibs., ihww grades " ,, ' , . 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. i rftn'),T t ' r-- Fb t, it T t.'v , i'7 te 1 861 M v, t ..,..1 2,1 to J tu J ......V)....i,....,.2 ,.,.;; 1 ........l'M-iol'?CO 1 8 75 to J 0 16 to J M . 1.......I IsOtolftij to 1 74 '