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The liett vlttllU-i- l brick in thi world jiru made right here! tuUt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1892. of "Terrell," But Sho Takes Timo From Among Iho THE BEBT ADVERTISDia I Medlum'ln Ilreckenrtdge and Mcaclc coUn-Ile- a. We hae reference to the MlEOtt KNHIDOK NEWS of courie. v r-f- VOL XVI. PBItFUMEI) CALIFORNIA BUEEZES fi!ii NO. 42. Ml UWm. immi m if YOU i' nr ( imi Kw ;k ( ;E3i ii i Aro Now Kissing tho Rosy Chooks Her Revels BUY -- Y u: ME SOAILY SUCHS BREADS Flowers to Writo a Letter Homo. ron you u She Meets Gallant Fred Fierce, and He Compliments Tho Climate of WE OUAIUNTEE New Mexico by Comparing With Cloverport Girls. It ENTIRE! it is simiUiY i.ovr.i.v. SATISFACTION. approaches nearer that granular perfection which has mado Spring wheat flour famous the world over than any other hrand manufactured in this section. That is the verdict of those who have tried holh. If you wAnt tho hest I It I" top tt U 8dl AND and retail prices promptly quoted, and orders for it or anythingjn our line filled tho Bame day received. Wholesale TjYinQton MILLING Gbixipany, IRVI NGTON, KY, f ?IMf StlfiSI 19 ill M Louisviiie, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. TIME SCHEDULE Effect Taklnir At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesday July 29. '91 Wttl Sound Traint M nsro. is. Eait Bound Traxnt Mall & M Expr'i Kxpr'i Mail ft ' STATIONS Dally Dally 825pm 7 45.un Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar Kentucky bt. 8U0 6 40 Weitl'olnt .7 20 841 Howard 724 84o Rock Haven 9 00 747 Long Branch 908 767 Urandenburi; 017 807 Mtade Spring '921 811 Kkron 9 28 817 Guiton 9 34 .'827 Irvlngton 9 44 837 Webster 952 8 47 10 00 Lodlburg 855 Tierce 1010 905 SLi.iple 1015 911 Stcplientport 9 21 1023 AddUon 1027 925 Holt 1030 93) Cloverport 1044 9 48 Shop 1060 961 Sklllinan 1100 10 01 Haweiville 1111 1010 T018 1024 10 28 1034 11 C2 11 11 Expfa Expr'. Djlly Dally 1 00 9 06pm 12 45 8 SO 12 16 8 05 12U2pm 8 02 1145am 7 47 7 40 1138 7 31 1129 1125 727 1119 723 1111 715 1102 655 1063 6 48 10 45 6 40 1033 631 1030 626 1023 618 1018 613 1015 610 1001 667 967 933 9 44 9 20 553 540 1118 1121 1129 1135 Kalcon n l'etrie 5 SO 5 22 1060 1123 1131 It 52-i- 12 07pm 1218 1227 12 3d I.ewiiport I'owera Patci Owenthoro MattinKly Cacc 920 915 909 861 37 8 27 8 515 611 5 05 448 4 4 35 25 1248 1140 1U4 1153 1205pm 111 1220-i- J 25pm 4 0. 806 Stanley 365 Worthlnirton 7 65 Snottivfile 7 37 337 7 29 3 29 lasketU ar.IIendurs'n lv 715im 315pm 815 413 ," LQulsvi'Ie,Hardinsburg & Western R. R. . - Jo. 2 TIME TABLE, . K TAKING KFFKCT JULY 20, " Batt Hound Train. Welt Hound Train 1891. Dally Dallr ex Sun, ox Sun. No. 5 Dally Dally ex bun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 11 SO.mi l.v Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 12 10pm 885 uurnciu lturned 816 12 25 780 llardlnsbure 1242 Kirk 715 118 Jolly 705 130 6 44 Glendeane 148 Demoster 684 155 2 15pm ar Kalliltoughlv 614am 664 llocKvnie 629 Ruth 302 1 621 Akin. 600 Oak. 3 29 No.l STATIONS. 4 00pm ArFordiviUeLv 4 45am .:, h- -r .toOOISVILLE&ST. (li. E, & LOUIS llil LINE, ST. h. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST' ' i HT AND BEST LINE TO St, Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS Weit and Time-Cir- South-Wes- t. d is 7i40 Effect Styt. Lv. ArrSt. Lgul. LmIt1!6 8:10a.m...Bi1t p.m...4i2) p.ra ,..r . v lOiOSp.ra. Kvasiflllo 1J& " further information, call on or addreu, ' ...T:40 R. A. CAMPBELL, J, D.P. A. LqnliTlIU.Ky QitjTUkCoavi& W.tor.'Thrd 3c MatnSt I CAMPBELL, 8eu'l VHi Ag't, Kramvllle, Ind Los AxtiKLis, Oal., April 20, 1892. Dkah Mr. EuiToit. Acconling to promise I will givo you n brief sketch of my trip to this sunny clime. I bado adieu to our dear old state, March 22d, spont two weeks very pleasantly in Kansas City and Chaunte, Kansas, enjoyed some of tho Kansas "zophrys," but "twixt you and 1" am free to confess, was just a wee bit afraid of being wafted into some unknown sphere by these gentle breezes. I left Kanpas City, April, 0th, for this place, and arrived hero tho afternoon of the 0th. One ot our fellow passengers from Kansas City to Las Vegas, Now Mexico, was Hon. It. It. Tierce, of your city, whom I found to bo a Very agreeable gentleman, but In one respect not it typical Kentucklan, for ho did not carry a "cork-screwbut when one of tho passengers became suddenly ill, I found I was not tho only Kenluckian aboard who 'could furnish tho needful ".Bourbon." . Mr. Fred Fierce met his father at Itat-oand traveled with us several hours. He says tho climate of New Mexico, like the Cloverport girls, can't bo excelled, and considers the Las Vegas Hot Springs a cure for all ills. Tho first day out wo traveled through n Kansas. Tho farm lands through this part of the state aro beautiful, and tho towns thrifty looking. Owing to heavy rains, tho farmers aro backward with .their work, but aro hopeful of We saw a good crops all over the Btate. few demolished buildings, evidences of tho recent severe wind storms. Tho cattle wo saw in Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona looked more llko inhabitants of bonoyards than anything-olse- . who accomMy panied me, said thoy would bo called Sure, I am, "scrubs" in Kentucky. Bomo of them wero almost transparent, but they wore a hopeful expression, and expect to get fat as soon as grass comes. Some children in our car attempted to count tho numerous carcasses along tho track, victims of tho steam horse, but gave it up as a hopless task. Wo found snow through Colorado, New Moxico and Arizona wherever tho shade was dense, and the high range of mountains wero covered with snow, and looked like banks of whito clouds in tho distance. Wo saw very little wheat that gave much promise of a good yield. All through Colorado and most of Now Mexico vegetation was dry and dead looking. From Coolidge, New Mexico, where we breakfasted, we could see Fort Win-gat- e back near tho foot hills, and some of tho soldier boys in blue, wero at Coolidge to meet friends on our train. I wondered how they killed timo on 'that Our train made a short reservation. stop at Gallop, we, had n hasty vlow of tho Gallop coal mines. Flagstaff, high up on tho mountains, was the most thriving looking town wo passed through in Arizona. It is there tho Arizona Lumber Company's mills aro located, and tho town seems to bo having a boom, I think all tho passengers enjoyed climbing tho mountains. It takes two and sometimes three engines to accomplish this task, and they pufT and blow liko tired human beings in their efforts to reach tho top. Tho scenery as wo climbed tho mountains, was beautiful and tho air bo fresh and puro. AVhon going through tho Cajon pass In our decent of tho mountains several of us stood on tho front platform of the car to got a better view of the magnificent sconery, and after exhausting all tho adjectives known to our tongue, wo decided words were inadequito to express our admiration. Wo had wearied of the sand and sameness, of tho Mojave deoert, and tho chango was refreshing. As wo neared gait llernardium, Cal a little city at tho foot of tho mountains, the California popples began to appear, and numerous othor wild flowers that brought forth exclamations of delight from tho passengers. Wo saw ncro after aero of- - tho golden hucd popples in bloom, At San Bernardino tho heat was Intense, liko a July day nt homo. This little oily is almost surrounded by mountains. From San Bernardino to Los Angoles the scenery was very dlfloront. All naturo seem-t- o bo In gala attire. Wo passed Olive, Orange, Walnut, Leinon and Apricot groves with trees In full bloom. Tho Chinese gardens wore also objects of interest, so clean and yoll kopt, no weeds to Interfere with tho growth of vegetables, Flowors everywhere In the greatest profusion. Fields of ami n mid nlfal- Lfa, and In the distance the snow capped Wn fMr. wn FmniintnlnD tilnlntv vlalltln wero viewing winter and summer at tho same timo. When wo arrived hero, relatives and frionds gave us such a hearty welcome that .an enlargement of the ;" n, south-westergrand-mother, head was tho consequence, and it has not entirely subsided ye(. Wo find many improvements here, especially in tho resident portion of tho city. Some elegant homes have just been completed and others in course of construction. This is tho month when roses reach tho greatest perfection, and to say thoy are beautiful, docs not half express it. I often wish my eastern friends could help mo enjoy tliom. I frequently cut n heaping dish pan full of buds at one time, then you can scarcely mit-- them; they bloom bo profusely. Calla lillies aro'out in full force also, and other flowers too numerous to mention. Faster Sunday tho churches wero perfect bowers of beauty. I never before saw such decorations. Wo attended tho largest M. K. church in tho city, tho decorations were lovely ; hundreds of calla lillies alone being used, besides roses and other flowers in abundance. A new feature to mo was cages of Canary birds hung in different parts of tho church, and the merry little songsters rivaled in melody the efforts of the choir. Tho orange trees aro in full bloom now, and tho air Wo is fragrant with their perfume. havo strawberries and fresh ''vegetables in plenty. Tho Native Sons of tho Gold en West are holding a convention hero now, and tho city is full of visitors. All tho principal streets are decocatcd in their honor. Much will bo dono for the pleasure and entertainment of the editors when they arrive. I heard an eastern lady remark a few days since that this was certainly paraIf bo 'tis strange that so many dise. editors will bo allowed to land in that "lealm" of bliss. Wo hope "our editor" will bo ono of tho fortunatcs, and will e bid him welcome to this land of and flowers. sun-shin- LOTJISTILLB'S GBEATBST Yr CLOTHING HOUSE! SOMETHING OF v PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE! Our Great "Moving,-Out-And-Tearing5ow- ITSs "The best of prophets of the Future is the Past," ami to carry out Byron's idea, it may be said that the best historian of the Past is the Present. Allow judgement of the Past from the standpoint of the Present, wc beg to be permitted to "point Qgfh pride" to the picture therein, which indicates the Future of "Louisville's Greatest Clothing House." v. n,, r . TEimKix. Must come to an end at the 1st of June. So far, it has been the greatest on record, and it grows as it goes. If it's a "fake" as competition is calling it, it's the "biggest fake" that ever struck' Louisville. If it's a "scheme to unload goods" which we must admit that it is it's the best and most popular ''scheme" that Clothing buyers in Kcntuck3' ever got "on to ," a "scheme" by which folks arc getting new Clothing, right at the time when they need it, cheaper than they've ever, before goods at the sacrifice sales at the end of the season. It's the kind of a "scheme" that brings more direct gotten benefit to the "schemed" than it docs to the "schemers." It's a "scheme" which wc invite investigation of, and which will be unreservedly unfolded to all investigators. We've got the goods. Wc arc "slaughtering" the prices, and thousands of happy people arc attending the slaughter and enjoying the feast. And if this be "scheming," come and 'make the most of it. left-over SLAUGHTER OUR 50C-0N-THE-D0LLAR SALE V A Childless Home. ' Smith and his wife havo every luxury that money can buy, but there is ono thing lacking to their happiness. Both arc fond of children, but no little voices prattle, no little feet patter in their beautiful home. "I would givo ten years of my life if I could havo ono healthy, living child of my own," Smith often says to himself. No woman can be tho mother of healthy offspring unless she is herself in good health. If sho sutlers from female weaknes, general debility, bearing-down pains, and functional derangements, her physical condition is such that sho cannot hope to havo healthy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prochildren. scription is a sovereign and guaranteed remedy for all theso ai'ments. Seo guarr. antee printed on Cottle-wrappe- "BARGAIN COUNTERS" OUR NEW HOUSE, to be built on the site of the old; which will be torn down June 1st ; after date wc will occupy temporary quarters at 321 West farket. half a square below. Constitute one of the gcatcst features of this great series of slaughter sales. These bargain counters, be it remembered, arc separate and apart from "regular stock." They are made up of what's left of broken lines of Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, Odd Coats, Odd Pants, Odd Vests, Odd Hats, Odd Articles of Furnishing Goods all through the stock. For instance : "Lot No. 6742," Men's Suits, contains, when put in stock, 54 Suits ; usual price, regular, $18. Wc cut the price when they arc first marked to $15 ; we sell at that price all but two arc three Suits ; these two or three Suits arc put at once on the "bargain counters," and sold for exactly 50 cents on the dollar $9 a suit. And thus it works clear through the house And thus it is that new things go on the "bargain counters" almost every hour in the day. Isn't this a good "schmc.'' Would you not like to scoop in a $20 Suit thus for $10 ? Or a pair of $6 Pants for $3? Or a .$4 Hat for $2 ? Or a 50c Ncctic for 25c ? All this you may do, and more. Come and see If you can't "come," "send a hand" or a mail order with cash, which will be promptly filled with the best bargains in the house. ! THIRD AND MARKET; jfF-CAL- Jilt As Corrected by Park's the Poul terer. Together With a Brief Description of Certain Strains of Fowls. Mit. LLV 1 L AT PRESENT AND FOR SEVERAL YEARS PAST "Louisville's Greatest Clothing TEN-FOL- House," AND IN THE NEAR FUTURE TO BE D GREATER STILL. ON OR WRITE THE ADVERTISER AND MENTION THIS PAPER. Clifton Mills, Kv., April 28, 1892. Editor I regret to ask space to notice Mr. Ncedmoro's articlo regarding my business (which appeared in last issue of tho News) and I thought when I began my Bories of letters on poultry, that I would never notico any of tho "small Ellicks" that might stray into print uninformed, but as Mr. Ncedmoro's urfconnected piece is uncalled for, and too misleading to go before tho public unexplained. I desire to make tho truth known, and say that henceforth I shall notico no reply of his, (Ncedmoro's) nor any otherdisinterested uninformed party who may find exception, unless it Is ono who desires to arguo tho points I advance for information, and to tho interest of tho readers. To thoso I shall say I am prepared to arguo any point I may advanco, as I havo had access to tho best poultry litaturc, und mado it a study for seven years, and I bar no one from argument of tho poultry business as long as they stick to tho channel of truth and reason. Tho Sago of Needmoro In his effort to laud mo and my business is possessed of a zeal that perhaps runs too much to tho Imagination in his description of my and premises In general, My residence is a plain substantial ono with sufficient number of rooms, that were never vacated, yet perhaps from no fault of his. But from not being possessed of a familiarity with my strains of fowls of which ho spoke, ho does not do them adequato justice; thus demanding a brief description of their merits and traits in general, that your readors may bo informed In regard to theso comparatively now strains. Mr. Needmoro should havo seen my poultry houses, yards, and fowls before advertising mo, then I think ho could havo given ( more aoourato deAt presont I havo plain scription. Btueturcs, no glass, no floor hut dirt, no cupolas, but conipleto for tho business, and six compartments and six yards, Instead of four, as ho tells yon of. And I have six strains of fowls; two of Games which are well bred and a superior stock of birds meeting tholr antagonist faco to faeo and novor were known to crow at tho back of a foo ; tho Silver Spangled Hamburg noted for their stately and beautiful appearaneo and as being egg machines j tho single comb llrowu jeg-hor- n noted for hardiness and egg qualities tho Silver Laced Wyandotte n8 ftn tho whto" Plymouth utility fowl j Rock's are also utility (owls and antlfod-a- l in their afleqtlons and dispositions. Thoy nre nover content with a yard full of fair and affectlonnto bldles, but aro continually trying to steal tho aflectlonB of tho fuir of tho neighboring yards, and if opportunity affords ho vaults tho pjck- 1 ets to bo justly castigated and driven back to find as a rccompenso for his misconduct that tho affections of his own bidies are estranged from him. Hut tho anxlou8ness of tho Whito Hock's is fo a 401-4- 07 fault ho knows a single love. To Illustrate a pair aro mated, damo desires to set, and is removed to othor quarters, and a hon as much liko her as is possiblo to select is substituted for her, all goes Veil, until damo No. 1 is returned with a brood that might rejoico tho heart of From I to 500 horse power. any proud father, but not bo with Mr. Chanticles, he recognizes his first love, DO GENERAL tho thought of having two living dames overcomes him, ho tucks his head and dies of a broken heart. Tho repeaters wo don't claim to havo but it appears to us that thoy would supply ono of tho many needs of tho Need-mor- e Manufacture Engines, Boilors, Saw and Grist Mills, Castle by brining in tho much Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. needed cents to Mrs. Needmoro ; the Machinery, Keop in Stock New and Second-han- d LongShangwo know nothing of; and Stoam and. Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, close by saying that wo havo by no Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Ilangors, Brass Goods, means brought our business up to our Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, anticipation, but aro encouraged and hopeful; and perhajw happier In our And 'all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. humble and unpretentious surroundings anl ai1 business guaranteed to ho satisfactory. than many who havo amassed fortunes Correspondence solicited. by Improper means. Wo anticipato enlarging our business some this season, but wo hope to not excite any ono else, .A. O-LI- j. nor dazzle them as Needmoro claims. And wo shall bo our own architect and adviser. A letter Is to follow soon on yarding fowls, which we ask tho readers to noto carefully. Itespcctfully, HARRY 6UENTHER & BRO.. SPEING is here. So is our stock of East Main St., NEW GOODS Como and examino our goods for yourself. Wo have tho largesti lot of ; .; FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. VTjiigiiaiu, ifduic :sr o a? in tho city. fUnrrlinrt nnn quim, n,1 TnIW mcj lntU ami $ i o nsr s. Wo offer you bargains in both Ik QUALITY ANDPRICES. , Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." GITB WITT & MEAD0R, HARDIN3BURG. KY. STEPHENSPORT TJS Third Street Planing Mill MANUFAOTUllEIlS OF . 11. A. Parks, SHINGLE' and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST AND JOSEPH BEST, Props. MANUFACTURER OF "April showors inako May flowers." and wot feet inako bud colds, but Lightning Cough Drops will euro any cough, hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casoy, Zenln, W. Ya., says : "Lightning Cough Drops Is something wonderful. I do not think there is any medloino In tho world that will givo better satisfaction. Will do all claimed for It." All dealers soil It. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, S00H & Brackets, WINDOW FRAMES, MOULDINGS. wood-workin- Shingles, Wo wish to Inform tho Uuildlng Public that tho Third Street Planing Mill has g machinery, and that wo been refurnished with the latest lmprovod aro now ready to furnish nil kinds, of buildora material In our lino, such as Flooring, Some of Park's Stock? Ceiling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, c. Mr. Luther Wagoner, of tho ltoillng Can furnish material either In Poplar or Long Loaf Yellow Tino, tho finest Spring country, has a hen that certainly finishing lumber ovor In this city. Havo just received 150,000 feet of clear seasoned takes tlrti cako. Sho lays two eggs aday Yellow Poplar. And a largo shipment of that are nearly ns largo as gooso eggs. Ono of thom iwa a bard shell and insldo of this Is onothor perfectly formed egg inclosed In n shell, Tho other has a soft Wo are able to compote with any othor planing mill in this section of country, shell endowing a second egg with a hard and.you can save ten per cent, by seeing us before purchasing ekowhero. News. shell, Hnrt County TIib ttwU of IirckenrIiKe and Perry comities especially solicited. ot the Improve tho nutritive funetloue scalp by using Hall's Vegfttabk Sicilian' Hair ltonewer, and thus kep, tli bale " CLOVERPORT, KY. from falling and toacwrinfr, gM?. , Hogshead Staves And Dimension Stuff. Laths, Stephenspdrt, JfTGOOOO. K.y. Capital, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS: The Tradesmens National OP THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY, OrgaalieJ ai a SUtt Br i Bnl C, 1823 Under NatkMSannsWHBM(' ERPQRT, KY. Third Street Planing Mill, JaiH 8. frruii li Pw't. Ugaa Virij, (V --y COItRKSPONDtiNCR INVITED. .' " tMMnarjwwuuc--" tlMretl. tlifl Nt im ml tmm tivbw. further 4dru r lamlt " . A. K. ORAYOROrT. PI.RmvIw - - "V f H fiifcSiapSSW prtllr "-- wie"2-25S2EK55&ts- 2 "V3Tr?3iqby iy; t .. ImmmIi jgijqjpsRBc lWii t -- rTi, --- i. .r Sreckenridge News. 9E2 HARDINSeURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. Mrs. Clmpezo Wntliau Is visiting relatives in IOuisville. Rev. D.m Shacklett preached at tho Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. MosenaFontalno is spending this week in Jeffersonvillc. Mr. Jess Ashcraft and wife, of Sandy Hill, were in town Saturday. Tho iwrty at Mrs. Goughs last Thursday evening was quilo a success. Miss Stith, of Bcweloyvillc, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bowley, of this place. Mr. Davo Henry, Jr., and Mr. Deacon, of near Webster, were hero last week. Mrs. J. Casperko spent a few days in Louisvillo the latter part of tho week. Mrs. Morgan Fontaine and son, Virgil, of Holt, are visiting at Judgo Woolfolks. Evan McCrackon received thepriza for tho most rapid advancement in writing. Mr. Stovo Hardin has purchased a farm near town and expects to movo up hero A MA88 CONVENTION. Tho Democratic County Convention Calls a Mass Convention For "WEDNESDAY, MAY 1J, 1892. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOINO A w ffW jKflMf' 1 SL CMcago. ItfO.JJfc VIIIGIL O. MADHAGE, Editors nd Passenger Dally arr. IIardlnsburg..l2:42 p.tn. Froirlctore. GOIKO KABT. WK3T. Next Saturday. fm A T. Local Tliuo Cant. MaiilsAd Xzpreai going East 10,0 a.m. " West " -- 10.41 a.m. 5.67 p.m. East.... .Kismi West m 9.49 p.m. Local .freight ii East 11.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. West I.t.M. fj. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsbnrg.. 7t50 a.m ANNOUNCEMENT. We are Authorized to Announce II. V, Heard sfjfardlnsburtr, at a candidate to represent the DcApcracy of the Fourth Conprcttlon.il Dlttrkt m ,iWie National Democratic Convention at . mk ffTfl"Hfc Vre W it, :wL- m r. -- 1 i. For. Circuit Clerk. V nuthorUed to announce U.S. Sklllman ! lAndldatc for re.elertinn tn thi nffirf. nf Plr. ulttonrt Clerk, subject to the action of the Dc-sfcF otfatic party. v- r &r f wJ are authorized to announce A. M. Glaieow M Clifton Mills, as a candidate for Circuit Court cci to me action 01 the Democratic Wisconsin Democnus havo instructed or Cleveland. County Court next Monday. Mr. Ed. Wright, of Louisville, was hero a fow days last week. Democrats will meet in Mass Convention hero next Saturday. Vm. II. Dell has tendered his resignation as Mayor of this city. A choice lot of hams and a nico lot of breakfast bacon. Hardin & Brown. AVllliam Bell left Monday morning to tako chargo of tho boarding cars on the Texas. Miss Maud and Gertio Monroe, of Glen-deaaro hare this week On a visit to friends. Deputy Clerk Thomas McGill went to Grayson county last week to visit his brother. Cards aro out announcing tho wedding of Dr. N. C. Moscly and Blancho Beard. n, May 18th. Mrs. Lcttia Owen, of Texas, is expected heio this week to visit her sister, Mrs. k The Kentucky nt Lexington to-da- Fi-cs- s A&socJntloii meets Ratio Beard. 'i& fc'i This county nill send her delcisitlon instructed for Carlisle. It looks like Ulalnonnd it don't look liko cither Cloveland or Hill. Mr. Car. ifljslo is tho man. K. .t TT from tho Presidential field in favor of Gov. Flower, of Now York. """"vivuumioui la riltrnrn.l tinf 1t.11 ...III .i.iili.1....... (till nilll'lliin S It won't bo many days now until tho News will bo in its now quarters tho handsomest country newspaper ofllco in the state. . Tun Scnato has adopted an amendment to tho judicial redistricting bill, putting Hancock back into tho district .vith Daviess, McLean and Ohio. Mn. "Watterson in an editoral a fow days since came out souarolv nmiinst tho nomination of Mr. Cloveland, and thinks r Bucii a nomination would bo suicidal to jftbo party. y r iyKAQjEI,nt Elizabcth'town last Saturday tHgireopio s partyues neia a slimly at- lenilcd convention, and nominated M. Gardner, of Hardin county, for Con gress, Thero's meat for Montgomery. , m P w s. Those railroads which were supposed have been exempt from taxation for io past nvo years, aro now paving up. I Ind tho rovenuo to tho BtatcJrojQ.JJifrA J'JSJffCck.; Don't fail to call at Mrs. S. A. Haffey source will reach upwards otS100.000. & Co., and seo thoso beautiful lifo sizo portraits given away with every $10 EvEity DemocmtTn this section is with worth of goods. Continually improving and over beauMr. "WattersonyCnd say that it won't do pto take eitliellill 0r Cloveland. This tifying stock and house, makes one delighted to behold and happy after purJ jyty will, be very apt to send her chasing to your own hearts desiro of so instructed to let those gentlemen beautiful a lino of jowelery as you find f Severally alone. at T. 0. Lewis.' Littlo Manin Beard went out hunting A. O. Huffman, of Hart county, has Monday morning and killed a wild tur-ko-y that weighed twenty pounds. It been arrested, charecd with ononinf? rm. could wag in with. istcred letters'. Huffman is a Renubli- - was about all ho .sV Hon. W. E. Minor was in the city last Ho was looking after his ki.i mm u uviirguiu UlUCl to 1110 KCpUUU- - Saturday. chances as delegate from this district to can National Convention from this the National Democratic Convention. Mr. Elihu Meador died at his homo a few miles from this place last Friday The business end of tho Njsws is off morning. Mr. Meador was ono of the this week taking in tho "Bluo Grass" oldest residents in litis section and a very and all tho good things to bo seen, progressive farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith moved to aboard and tasted in that delightful sect- Mr. ion of the state. Thoy may have better Stephensport last week. city Smith has been a resident of this most all of and faster horses, and more bluo grass his lifo and was ono of our most popular than wo have, but they can't down us citizens. He is a thorough going business man, and, his removal will bo a loss on anything else. We go with this. to tho community. His wife is an excellent lady and both of them have In tho person of Mr. U. F. Beard, tho many warm faiends here. Democracy of this county, present an Tho intertainment at the city hall last honorable and worthy gentleman for Saturday night was a big hit. Tho house delegate from this district to tho Nation- was crowdea and the door receipts were very gratifying to those in al Democratic Convention. "When tho evening program was well charge. The selected, and Democrats of tho several counties under- everybody camo away well pleased. The -stand his thorough fitness for tho place musical part of the entertainment was as wo do, thoy will have no hesitancy in under tho supervision of Mrs. Thomas Withers, and tho whole was admirably bestowing this honor upon him. rendered. 140 Mrs. Dr. "Willis, of Vino Grove, camo down Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Will Hardin. A lifo sizo crayon portrait' given away with every 10 worth of goods at Ms. b. A. Haffey & Co's. Miss Bettlo Taylor camo down from Rosetta Monday to attend tho session of the Normal school. Miss Pearl Schull, of Curdsville, Ky., is in tho city visiting Her sister, iurs. Frank Hoswcll. Miss Mattio Adkisson closed her school at Irvington last week and is now at her homo for tho summer. . Sewing machine needles, oils, bands, Call and get what rubbers, shuttles. you want. T. 0. Lewis. Mrs. D. II. Severs went to Frankfort last week to spend a fow days with her husband, Hou. D. II. Severs. Buy your groceries of Hardin & Brown and have thorn sent to your house free of charge. Hardin & Brown. All goods bought of us delivered free of chargo. Our delivery wagon is on tho pad all tho time Hardin & Brown. Wo lmvo tho largest and best assorted Btock of canned goods in tho city. Hardin & Brown. At a meeting of tho city council last marweek, James Beard was shal and Mr. Jcsso Kskridgo city attorney. It was talked on tho streets here Monday that Granville W'lson had announced himself a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk. What do you mean by speaking of T. C. Lewis ? Why, you can't cot him out Ho has of thtit jowelcrv business. grown last thcro is no uso talking. Tho Normal school opened hero Monday with thirty-liv- e nuplls in attendance. The numlMvtfn1jo increased by anoth- - i delo-Kyu- rj f Tho Doniocrallc Committeemen of Brcckcnridgo county, met at Hardlns-bur- g last Saturday, and called a Mass Convention of tho county Democracy to bo held at the coutt houso In Hardins-bur- g on next Saturday, May 14th, at 2 o'clock p. in. Tills is tho day set by tho o State Central Committee for tho of selecting delegates from tho county to tho Stato Convention that ' meets in Louisville, May 25th. Tho County Committco passed a resolution endorsing tho action of tho Committeemen of Cloverport, in calling a convention in their recent Municipal election and placing before tho people a full Democratic ticket. Tho plan was recommended to Democrats in all local contests. It is therefore ordered that Democrats of tho county bo called to melt in ' Mass soon. Convention at tho court houso on SaturDon't forget Children's Day at tho day, May 14th, at 2 o'clock p. in. Methodist church Sunday. Everybody " W. K. Baiisxs, N. C. Mosixev, come. Ch'm'n. Scc'y. Georgo Frymire, of Louisville, spent Sunday at Judgo Woolfolk's at Sulphur HARNED. Springs. Farmers aro busy planting corn. Cindy Bryant, who has been quite Will Sklllman, of West View, was in sick for several months, is slowly imtown Thursday. proving. Born to tho wife of Samuel Beard, a Dr. Wells has purchased a lot on East fine girl. Sam is happy. Hill from Mr. Frank Ditto and will build Mr. Cit DeJernetto called on Miss on it soon. Maggie Goodman last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'A. W. Moremen nro There is sotno talk of starting a paper visiting relatives and friend in Jeffer- at Ilamcd, it is to bo a religous paper. son county. Several car loads of timber lmvo been Mr. Miko Flaherty and daughter, Miss shipped from Ilarned in tho past week. Ella, of Flaherty, were in town Saturday A largo crowd from hero attended tho shopping. Masonic burying at Custer last Sunday. Misses Nannie and Hattio Payne came Miss Mary Owen, who has been visiting friends hero for tho last few weeks, out shopping Friday and spent tho day at has returned to her homo at Wolf Creek. Ilamcd. Tho next houso that is built ought to Misses Eddio Robinson and Ella Duall bo for a hotel wo need more accomand Messrs. Ed Cox and Will McKay, of Vino Grove, spent Sunday hero the modations of this kind. Wo are going to lmvo a wedding in tho guests of Misses Ina and Zulu Malin. near future, but can't nanio tho day, so Prof MeAulifFs school closed Fiiday. Tho people are very much pleased with look out, for tho time is not far off. E. McDavis was here ono day last week Mr. McAullff and hope to be ablo to keep him. Tho Normal began hero and selected two lols, onefor himself and ono for his brother-in-laWin. Matlms. Monday. Jas Noblet passed through town last Mr. James Hawes died Wednesday, week on his way to Indiana to visit his May 4th, at his homo in Baldwin, Kansas. His daughter, Mrs. 1). W. Lewis, sister. He has not seen her for forty of this place, who was with him the last years. Godfrey Haswell was up hunting eggs. two weeks of his illness, returned homo Godfrey says that ho is going to run tho Saturday. Thoy lmvo the sympathy of business for all it is worth. A licnory is their friends hero. a new industry. Tho Musical to bo given by Mrs. Grin-nel- 's Sheriff DeJernetto was witli us Friday music class will ho given in tho shaking hands witli tho boys. Some call Opera House on the evenings of tho 17th it electioneering, but let that bo as it and 18th of this month. It is needless may, Stuart is a hustler. to say that tho Musical will bo a success, Dclphus Darned is to 6tart for Kansas for it is well known that Mrs. Grinnell iu a short time. Although Kentucky is is noted for being successful as a music noted for her pretty women, Delplius teacher. I). II. Baldwin will furnish a can't see it just that way. handsome piano for tho occasion. Three more now houses aro going up. James Redman, U. S. Carver and SteTOBINSPORT, IND. 'We phen Moody aro going to build. welcome all energetic men to this place. Farmers very busy. Mr. Childs, of AVeldon, mado a busiMr. Allen Little, of Millstone, who lias ness trip hero last Friday. Mr. Childs been very ill, is improving. was well pleased with tho place, and Tom Allen has gono to farming. Ho says that ho is coming back and tako a says he wants to improve his complexlot. ion. Somebody could do well with a restauOur popular drummer, Mr, Chas Mook rant at this placo, tho train gets hero at was here last week interviewing our twelvo o'clock, and nearly always stays merchants. long enough for tho passengers to got off Rev. Collins and wife, of Cannelton, and get them a lunch. A cry of fire was raised last Thursday visited friends here several days .tho past week. morning, and on going to tho scene, we Mr. Cass Gardner is having his new found Chas. Shelby's blacksmith shop on residence painted ; also Mr. Scott Avery fire, but tho ilro was soon stopped, and tho damages will not amount to more is painting his new residence. e or thirty dollars. Messrs. Tom Leaf and Till Groves have than twenty-fivTho mystery has faded away sinco wo purchased a new corn drill, and now, thoy both want to uso it at tho same read tho correspondence from Needmoro. Wo had been hearing strango sounds time. every morning over towards tho church Would liko to know what has become and was about to boliovo there were of "Pansoy," tho Tobinsport correspondghosts in the land, but now wo know ent to tho Tell City Journal now is tho that it must bo Rufus calling Mr. B's time for Punsies to bloom. Hogs. pur-pos- For Ease, M rl 1 f Put Brains Into Your Purchase. THEXATEST v i ' :' 4 Comfort and .vi in i' -- .'' 'S Kjniai i Durability STRAW GOODS! see YOU SHOULD WEAR NOTHING BUT In buying a new hat V.e s t's J; brains into your purchase. you will certainly visit SMART & CO. Your good judgment will lead you to see that you can do better at this establishment, than elsewhere that you put If you do this J Smart GOOD & Co., W& CLOVERPOET, KY, m THINGS . AEE IN STORE FOR YOU. The Big Excursion to Owensboro. Thursday, May 12th, there will bo an excursion via tho L. St. L. & T. railroad from Louisvillo and all statious along tho road to Owensboro, the coming city of Western Kentucky. Tho faro for tho round trip from Cloverport will bo Ono Dollar. Tho train leaves Cloverport at 10:54 a. in., arriving at Owensboro at 12:20 p. in., returning leaves Owensboro at 7:30 p. m., giving seven hours in Owensboro, to seo tho points of interest, visit friends, and do their shopping and to attend tho great land sale on that day. Let everybody tako In ttits trip. Further information will bo oheorfully furnished by W. II. BitA.vxo.v or W. II. Courtxky, Owensboro, Ky. ILL 'J The Good Things we refer.to are in our store, and they are their for you and everybody. EEAL ESTATE AND Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. Do yon want to buy Real Eitate ? Call on K. L. Newiom, Do you want to rent a tVrm ? Call on It. Ii. Ncwiom. Do you want to rent City property ? Call on H. L. Newgom. Do you want the bet and only deilrable lot lir inle on Main, 0x175 feet for Call on H. L. Ncwsnm. $300.00 f Do you want to buy the Cloverport Hotel, Our Slock i$ Iiifce &. SItqmr i Hundreds take from it, yet it never diminishes this, of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply that feeds the stream. Cm BIO- - TJX3FrJ0 SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE So do Sluggish Stock, they become decayed, they are centrally located and doing a large Call on H. L. Newaom, bulneii? 1. S. I am now prepared and havo full authority to offer mid Hotel at a bnrgnln. Tblj Correipondence Iroin abroad solicited, li a good chanco to eccuro the best and moit popular hotel in tho ctty, and no ' boom" price Do not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat, finally, they are known as "Dead." - t .' The Democrats of tho county meet in Mass Convention at Hardinsburg next Saturday,' May 14th. This meeting should 3Sl bo attended by a full representation from all tho precincts. Tho party wish to choose delegates to tho State IV Sfr-- which Convention, convenes in Xouisvillo on tho 23th. At this ConvenW tion wo should send Representative men. T In order to do this, there should be a full rv attendanco of delagatcs. At the Stato Convention there will bo work for all hands. There always is at a Democratic Stato Convention. And it is a work in which every duly authorized member of tho party may take part. Just at this timo wo may have our notions about leadership, but wo shouldn't forget our obligations as Democrats. It is tho duty of all to tako a part in theso county &r meetings, and at this timo tlioro aro many potent reasons for so doing. r m- Thcro is more Catarrh in this section of tho country than all other diseases put together, and until tho last fow years was supposed to bo incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to euro with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Scionco lias proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional euro on tho market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teasnoonful. It acts dircctlv unnn tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. They offer ono hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send testimonials. Address. F. J. OHKNEY & CO., Toledo, 0. C6?Sold by Druggists, 75c. forcir-cularsand In a town tho size of Cloverport and whero citizens and folks in general, inako such efforts at inctripolitan airs occasionally, it. seems to tho News, thcro is ono thing conspicuously absent all the while. More cspicially is it tho case on n dark night. A stranger might be groping his way along Main strcot, as wo lmvo known them to do not later than nine o'clock, and unless ho used extra pro- caution and guided his footsteps by tho stars or tho rays of tho silvery moon, ho would perchauco land in a mud hole or down a cellar somewhere. There would bo no danger of his striking a street .lamp, for thoso things so essential for Ikifl successful prcambulations. do not A4Uiero, They lmvo never existed for - l7Ti?!i .. i beautiful city. It would be iMNMitMHffeed with a bright street "wp WntacM Cyery corner when tho el night Mlujion us. And now if our ww HMyor now board of e0ancilm4.il will wppIy-ttdeficiency, there will be many , call them blewed. Did.lt evt'&mfu you, gentlemen, how essential it k tut lamiie lie place on most eyeiy comer iu BEACH GROVE, Prospects for fruit are very good. Lettuco and spring onions aro in vogue. Mr. Milton Miller, of this place, has n clerkship on the City of Owousboro. Mr. Albert Morcmen is not vory lonesome this week, as ho has several "pets" Miss Eva Hcrndon was tho guest of Miss Mattio Leo Moremen Saturday nigni. FaniKirs aro quite busy planting corn, as tho frequent rains liavo put them Mr. and Mrs. Lon Moremen leavo next week for a visit to friends in Louis-vin- o and Bullitt county. Our lato bride, Mrs. Clias. Crawford, nco Mary Bickerstaff, has gone to housekeeping near Iong Branch. Our "Young" salt works aro still progressing, and will bo ready for business about tho middle of tho month. Miss Emma English and Mattio Leo Morcmen wore tho guests of Misses Mattio and Deo McGeheo Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto attended church last Sunday, dazling tho eyes of friends with a now surry and regalia. Mrs. J. M. Phillips, of Chicago, went down last Sunday on tho noon train to visa nor uroiner, jir. v. n. Mcuenco, oi r """iMg.thlB .... imda Os rk.d Born, May 1st, to tho wifo of L. C. Johnson, who lives about a mllo out on tho pike, a girl. Tho mother was born on tho first day of May, just 41 years ago, and Blio views this littlo dimpled addition to tho family in tho light of a birthday present. 'Another peculiarity in tho family is that there is a son, William N., 18 years of ago, who was born on tho Seven O'clock Closing. 10th day of Juno ; and a daughter, Zoa, " Wo tho undersigned merchants of tho 10 years old, who was born on th(5 same city of Cloverport, agree to eloso our day of tho same month as her brother. business houses at 7 o'clock, standard Mr. Johnson wants to know if there Is time, eacli evening, except Saturday another family of tho same sizo any evening, and agreo to keep open tho re- whero that has as few birth days to como mainder of tho week after each month in it, without containing twins or triply iailroad pay day, from tho 10th day of, lets. May, 1892 to September 1st, 1892. Win. Vest & Sons, Bill Perks, a young colored man, while F. Fraizo, cutting down a treo about four miles F.N.D'IJuy,groc.dpm't from town, let tho ax glanco and cut off Smart & Co., tho big and second toes of his right foot. J. D. Babbago, Ho picked up tho amputated members Goodman & Kloin, and walked to town with them in his ," Payne & Co., hand, and wanted tho doctors to stick Bowmer it Ilamhleton, thorn back, which, of course, was imS. L. Sulzer. possible Dr, Smith dressed the wound. Use . The Parisian Fashion Journals. " La Modo do Paris" and "Album des Modes," so as tho publications giving tho choicest Paris styles ono month in advanco of all other journals, appear to bo growing just a littlo too popular. Tho demand for them is growing so rapidly that tho publishers, A. McDowell & C, 4 West 14th Street, lmvo found it difficult to keep up witli tho increasing demand each month. They claim that tho American ladies aro now buying their journals to such an extent that most of tho newsdealers aro out of them by tho fifth of tho month". As all tho plafes aro made in Paris by tho best artists, tho publishers claim that it requires considerable time to catch up with such an increased demand. Wo agree with our lady friends that these aro superior fashion journals. Wo suggest to them to become regular subscribers, thus making sure of rojcivlng their journal each month, and securing that valuable book, "Dressmaking Simplified," that is given as a premium to each subscriber paying $3.G0 in advanco for cither " La Modo do Paris" or " Album des Modes " for one year. You may placo tho order through your news agent, or send direct to tho publishers. well-know- n New-Yor- Henry Ilarned, tho well known cllizon of this place, has recently concluded to divide 10 acres of land, lying on tho North side of town, into village lots of Wo aro extending to every economical person. Wo havo a choice 02Jxl..0J feet, and ho Is giving them to any ono who will bind himself to build lot of a houso, regardless of value, within OARPETS, twolve months. Tho only restrictions MATTINGS, that aro placed upon tho builder, is that OIL CLOTHS, ho must do at least $5.00 worth of work LAOE CURTAINS, each month for the first fivo months, and must completo tho houso- within twelvo SCRIMS, Etc. Quito a number of these lots months. Wo aro now selling at vory rcason-abj- o lmvo been taken up by parties of tho prices. Try us. neighboring villages. But several remain yet which has not been taken up. Wo think it would bo a good investment CLOVERPORT, KY. for thoso desiring to invest monoy in way, for houses to rent are in good that demand. Wo compliment and congratulate Mr. Ilarned for his generosity, for ho knows what ho is doing. nikoj. Is Tlie Help you want a loan negotiated ? Constant Motion Keeps Water In the best condition and a constant flow of trade keels' a stock in the best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still, it is always flowing out and flowing in. - Stilzer's, fSte WP Call on R. L. Noirsim. Havo you money you want placed on Cull on U. L. Kcwsom. lafe security t Do you want money on thort call ? ., Call on R. L. Newiom, Do you war.t to rent a house ? Call on R, L. Newtot P. 8. Good paying rentera oan generally Let me put a "bug In your secure a bouae. tar," H. Li. Newfom renti property and colleotr tli renti on a commission of ten per cent, and, renting being a i pedal ty with him, d m't you know It la betttr to place your property In hi hands than to rent It yourself f Vbyt Ilecauae he la controlling a large amount of g property and Uilllng ronton find It "uniiealtby" and be soon gets rid or them, Newaom heara but fow complaint! from good renters, but the "howl" comes from thoio fel lows who do not want lo pay, and to such ho Ca 1 on Somebody Else. iayi Is Nowiom bard hearted ? Noteipeclally so. He will accommodate you if you pay for It, and provided you stand to your lido of the bargain If you don't like his way of deillng Call 'on Somebody Elie.- H. L. llewiom has about sixty renters and be don't want any but paying ones To good paying renters be will take special pains to make them comfortable. Do you want a houio built and pay for It In monthly Installment t For tcrma Call on R. L. Nowaora, Do you want a forty-hon- e power engine and boiler. Cull on R. L. Newsom. Do you want to start a Slack Barrel a,nd Stae and Heading Factory with power already attached? Cull on R. L. Newaom. Having about thirty acres of elty lota he would aoll a few "slices," and if you want a Do You Appreciate the. Advantage, '" J Of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of New Goods? If you do, you can have that ad- - vantage by trading with Cloverport, Kyu Furniture Tbe regular and reliable Furniture dealer Is always on hand wltb a full Itock Including Sewing Machines. Cofflns.J ! Furniture vsttu I Furniture ' wipv SriBb i ) building lot Gallon R.L. Newiom. Do you want to pay your city taxes f 1.1.1W1W1JWW Mir.HflFI tUlHlIIUtlX, HflMMflM uu Call on R. L, Newsom. (opync.ri) IO?M WATCH THE KN,OT. iuo-ee- 'Jl Ull VOll ItVHl'KI'HIA llroni' Iron Illttera. l'liyilclani recommend It. dealers Engineer "Fatty" days lust week and started for keep It. 51,00 per bottle. Genulae several and crossed red lines on wrapper. his .home in Dupyrns phio, ' ,. Tho popularity of the bow knot Ii on the 'ibe more unlvenal it becomei the n more It growi In favor. One teeret of St It that the price i at popular theartlole Itself. It Ii out of nobody'i reach and It appeal! to everylodjr'i taito. It It the lateit faihlon out but It won't go out of faihion. It can be utlllieil In a hundieJ different dlreo-tloand It lerros well every purpose to which It Ii applied. If what It bandiome, leaionable any ebarini for you at alt, and etjliih you can't very well get along without It. Be ture and iee our itook of them, alio a ful Use of alee Jewelry, watchw, etoeki. and uioileal soodi. Repair! of all Reed was sick for kladi promptly attended to and waranted. Have you claims against the city treasury? Call on tho city treasurer and he will tell you that R. b. Newaom, n City Tax Collector, always keeps aald treasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from cities' abroad and prompt remlttuncea made. Many thanka for the large patronage I havo enjoyed. R. L. NEWSOM. DENMARKS FOR SALE. I have two Denmark Saddle and Harneaa Rtalllona, aired by W. W. William's. Royal Denmark, of Uailn Spring 1'eria. llreokenrldge ; county, Ky. One of them Ii a the other, Ova years old In May, Will sell them, Have.sir colta on ray farm either of that ahow. what they are For. father particulars address, 0, MtliR8, Penny baker, , Meade C.rK.Y, atnny aria.tbree rallea east of JSkron Oroall Station or two wiles south 'of Kot Haves Button on lb h., 81,?,, T. K, R, Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Eto. hi PIcm F, IT., D'HTJY, clovbp:kt, Jewtitr, XV. His prices shall bo such, quality considered that no legitimate house oan undorsell hhn, and he is determined to meet. ths market, let the price be whaUtmay. Always call on him and asourtaia prices be- lore purcnafitng elsewhere, lie means just what he says. He cannot be undersold J IIAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, l. Breckenridge News Supplement. BRftKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY, MAY NEWS. 11, 1892. & PRISONER "WJlED-ll'CftLHoU- YniQHT BY AMIRIOAN PRESS ASSOCIATION IOBL from the outranco of theso men, Dell 1 hold flrm hold of each other s left Ids bo that wo might not bo separated lief darkness. As if moved by one will crept out to where the weary horses standing with lowered heads and bping hip3. Dell tried to pull ono 7, but I whispered that it woulU bo to free the horses, even if we could ide them. We hurriedly pulled over tialtora and the alarmed horses start- Lway. One of the animals must have to leap the fence, for it camo down and i a crash, followed by snorting bound of flying hoofs. Shouts and camo from tho ginhouso, and a i in tho door called out: Vlio in h 1 are you?" Ifankees, cuss you!" responded Dell, at tho sumo instant he prow the I had given him, and tired. Bo did not wait to learn tho result, vith tho north star at our backs we yivo felt that wo wero out of pis-Vat- ts er, .' lig our congratulations over our wo walked on, panting and whis- nar- - escape, the stars paled and pink clonus becamo visible overhead. is Aug. 0. With daylight came the I of guns to tho loft. Wo hurried up Imglo covered hill and had just lied tho crest, when from tho green in front came tho ominous click-If a numbor of rifles, followed by oarso command: alt! Who goes there?" riends without tho countersign," I d. dvnnco, friends, ono at a time." was said with something like a i, and wo caught the words, "More lies desting. It advanced. Doll had dropped his A hundred feet through tho jun- Lnd there, thank God, was n .group Ion in tho' bluo uniform of tho ro- them our story, but they heard h incredulity. A sergeant and two led us back till we came to a point tho defenses of the Chattahoochee le were visible. Dell and I came to It, and embracing each other we vay to tears, for over thero stream- kt against the bluest of skies was Meet of all our suffering, tho goal I our .effort a, the glorious stars und Is. met Colonel W. W. Wrieht. of onstruction corps, at the bridge. an old friend, but it was some keforo ho recognized me, but after velcomintr hands wero extended to wo received a royal welcome at t told Itta. CHAPTER XIL MD OF THE BTOItY AND OP TOM BELl3 LIFE. mmm Fell dead with a bullet in nis HEART. story ends really with our enter- Ir linos on tho Chattahoochee, el that those who have read bo interested in Dell's subsequent they naturally infer that I. who years after tho ting twenty-si- x I have tried to describe, am all I can say with truth that I never Inoro original or a moro manly Ian Tom Dell. If ho had been ed- and lived at a different tirao he have mado his mark and loft the i of great talents on the rocord of leg. Physically he was, I think, odsomost man I over saw. lie ronjr as a Hon, active as a tiger Coctionato asa childj At first, his ) profanity, or what I took to Co profanity, shocked mo, but at heart this gallant fellow wag as intensely religious as Peter tho Hermit, and he had a sense of duty stronger than his fear of death. It was the custom of tho authorities during the war to givo at least thirty days' leave of absence, or furlough, to all men who had escaped from tho enemy, but tho men from tho border, states could not, as n rulo, avail themselves of this privilege. To go homo did not mean peaco or rest. The enoiny was on every sido, often tho nearest neighbor and the guerrilla was prowling when tho raider was driven off; and so thero wero no leaves for Tom Dell or for myself; at least, wo elected not to accept them. Wo wero most generously treated by our comrades in and about Marietta, and after we had seen the paymaster and borrowed such articles of clothing as the quartermaster cou'.d not supply Wo decided to run up to Nashville to get our outfits, I to go back to tho army then besieging Atlanta, and Dell to make his way to General Gillom's command, then operating in the neighborhood of Cumberland Gap. Before leaving Marietta wo had the plousuro of greeting tho three wounded Confederates with whom we had messed in tho woods tho night before wo struck our lines. We had reported their whereabouts, as wo promised, and they were placed in our hospitals, to tho great delight of tho poor fellows. At the hotel in Nashville, Dell and I slept in a room with two beds, but on tho night of Aug. 18 wo wero to part next morning ho said to mo: "Wo uns is gwino to part, cap, and hit may bo ez how wo won't nbver meet again this side etarnity." "Nonsense, Dell," I interrupted, "we'll pull through the war and livo to talk over, ns old men, our adventures down in Dixie." Dell shook his head. I had never known him to bo moro solemn in his manner, not oven when we wero burning with hunger and footsoro and weo wo toro through tho junglo with tho pursuers clo30 behind. "Let us sleep together for tho last night. Hit'll bo easier to talk, and hlfll not bo so hard to recall tho d d hard times we uns hez had together. I sometimes nigh givo plum up beliovin in God, but he took wo uus each by tho hand and pulled us squar through, and bo preserved us that we uns mout givo tho enemy h 1, and I'm gwino to dp hit, jest as quick ez I kin git down to whar our folks is in the mountains." Wo slept together that night and Dll opened his heart to mo as ho never had done before. He deplored his lack of education, but ho had made up his mind to study as soon as the war was over. Wo had called that day on Androw Johnson, who was then military governor of Tennessee and living in Nashville. With the career of this remarkable man in his mind, Dell said: "My dad knowed Andy Johnson when ho left No'th Caliny.and como over tho mountains to Greenville to start a tc'l-oriand he didn't know D from a bull's foot. Now see whar he is," and Dell lifted his arm into tho darkness. I told ray friend that Governor Johnson liad been helped very much by his wife, and I suggested that if ho got a good wife she would no doubt aid him to achiove his laudable ambition. Ho laughed for somo time, as if enjoying his secret thoughts, and in reply to my question as to tho cause, ho said: "I was jist a thinkin of liowmany times durin our 'scape Fvetold that cussed story about my boin a wounded Con-fea tryin to get back to my pore wife and chillen in the mountains. W'y, I was nigh 'most comin to beliovo that I was reg'larly married, and had a lot of f o' my yaller headed young uns to givo you return. Dut I'm uns a dead secret." Seeing that ho paused, I assured him that I should remain silent as to any communication ho choso to make until ho gave mo leavo to speak. Very slowly and with a solemnity that struck mo as being very inappropriate, Dell continued: "I'm in love with a gal down Ashoville way, and havo been sinco tho yeah befoh tho wah. She cottons up to me, you ken betjer last picayune. And jest ez soon ez tho fuss is ovah mo and her'll splico." In responso to my inquiry as to hor appearance, wealth and intelligence, ho said, as nearly as I can recall: "Waal, cap, ther aint none of wo uns cz is what folks that livo in towns and on plantations ed call even tollably well off. Molly's a preacher's daughter, and ef thug's another preacher in No'th Caliny can como up to him in offhand talkin and prayin, or in downright Screpturo argyment, I'd liko to seo him trot himself out and show his paces fo' money. Dutw'en I tell you and all tho world that no man dar come to my faco and teH mo ho's seed a purtier gal any n, d, wheres of the Lor's green ainh BEST ASSORTMENT, than Molly MacNeal, you can git an idea" NEWEST DESIGNS, of her looks. As to laruin, why, Molly MacNeal, she could give us big odds, HANDSOMEST PATTERNS, moro partio'larly me, and then pass us, CHOICEST COLORINGS, jest az if we wasn't in tho race, but kinder lookin on." Except in tho meeting of tho Sovcnth Day Baptists up on the Tallulah, I never heard Dell moro eloquent than ho was on tho subject of Molly MacNeal, and ho capped all her other excellences by declaring with an oath I had learned a that ho was intensely earnest rather than profane that thero was not to bo found from ono end of tho Dluo Rido You to tho other moro loyal peoplo than tho needn't MacNeals. To prove tho latter statesend to Louisment, Dell said: ville or any other "Why, way back in '01 u kipplo camo city, but come to us for to Dominio MacNeal and axed to bo married. Tho feller was dressed in a what you want In this line. now rebel uniform, az flue as you please, We guaraetee our prices and ho offered two dollars to have tho as low as any other job done right off, but tho old man told 9 house him he'd seo him d d first, and then ho inthecoun- kicked him out of the house. Now, that's what I call piety to God and loyalty to tho old flag." In his now fatigue uniform, with a CL0VERP0RT, KY. whlto collar and clean shaven, oxcept as to his reddish mustache, Dell was as handsome a man as I had seen in the army. When wo came to part the next morning ho threw his arms about me and kissed me, leaving tears on my cheek that wero not my own, and then hurried $c away, nor looked back once. Ho told mo that ho was not much at writing, but that ho would do his ) HARDINSBURG, KY. "d st best" to writo to me whenovor ho I havo just been in Louisville purchasing a new stock of Millinery Goods for had a chanco, and ho did; but had I depended on Dell for intelligence as to his iny Spring trado. You aro invited to attend my subsequeut doings, there would be but 12 13. little moro to udd to tho record of my mountain friend. I have tried to give an All tho latest styles in Hats and Trimmings will bo displayed and an idea given idea of Dell's dialect that is legitimate I cannot bo expected to reproduco the ladies of what they should wear this Spring and Summer. but any of tho short letters he sent me. I & lost sight of the orthography and syu-ta- x in the modesty as to his own exDANIEL 11U00KS. J. M. IIARPEK, ploits and in his almost girlish but in- J. C. 110UIINE, tensely earnest expressions of love for myself and prayers for my safety and BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, elevation, and, above all, in his devotion to tho causo of tho Union and his unshaken faith as to its final triumph. After November, 1804, ho ceased to write, in February., ISto, 1 wroto to Captain Cliff, of Hardin county, Ky who Wiis then with General Gillem, asking for news of Bull, and tho folCATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. lowing is an extract from Cliffs reply: Captain Hell brought mo jour letter us soon need nut BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Ratio rcachod tills commune!, uml LOUISVILLE, KY. to learn say, old fellow, lior rejoiced I THE IN Wall Papers. first-clas- fjno. D. D&bbe, MIL KIN RR. Y SUTTON SON, MRS. S. C. SPRING OPENING APRIL :m::r,s. s. and a. stjttoit soztr. HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock 1 that you hud CBCiipcd. Hell uuvo you nil tho credit of tho exploit, but soldiers know that kind of spirit und like It. Cuiituln Hell'n story of your coining through ouishl to bo written out, and I hojio you will do It somo day. Ilavo you heard of tho Imttlo of Strawberry Plains? Or havo tho rejoicing over Sherman's success deafened you to everything else military? Well, we wero walloped ut Strawberry Plains. Nor was It tho fault of Ucnerul Ulllem and his shrunken and wretchedly equipped brigade. Tho robs, under General Hrcckln-ridc- o and Uiull Duko. with about 10,000 men. Including the rcmuant of John Morgan's old command, attacked us, dark and early, iu tho beforcmentloned place. Of course wo foutfit that Is what wo were thero for but tho sun wasn't two hours hltfi over tho Allctfianlca bag-cag- o dence dictated a retreat, with guns and if posslblo, but without them If they could not bo carried oil. IJy reading tho reports you will seo wo cumo through to Loudon with about half our men, and In tho llghtost kind of marching ordor. llut wo aro not disheartened. Stove Burbrldgo Is hurrying to our aid then goodby, Mr. llrccklnrldgo. llut, as to Captain Tom Hell; ho commanded a company of mountaineers who hail been detailed for scouting duty after his returu, and I need . not say thoy wero good men. I say "wero" Instead of "are," for I regret to report that most of them wero called at Strawberry Plains. They responded to tho call llku gallant fellows, and have gouo Into tho otcrial camp over thero. Tho last 1 saw of Hell was on the field. Ho and u handful of his men wore trying to drugolf an abandoned howitzer. Ills hat was olf, and thero wus a red stalued handkerchief tied about his head. Just then the rebs swooped down In force, and everything got mixed Into one of those battle snarls which wo aro all so familiar with. My horso saved mo. but 1 fully expected to learn that Bell was either killed or again captured. Ureal, then, was my surprise ou reaching Loudon a fow days after tho light to find him in tho hospital, with his head In bandages and his right arm off between tho elbow and shoulder. Tho bravo fellow was torrlbly cut up over our defeat, but he seemed to regard his own Injuries as trifles. Ho Is ambidextrous, oxcept as to writing, and this will account for Ills silence. From Iiudon our wounded wero sent on to Camp Dick Iloblnson, Bell with them. I thought, as did every ono olso who know Tom Bell, that ho was out of tho fuss for good and all. You can tbcreforo Imagine my surprise when wo wero advancing to destroy the works at Saltvllle. Vo., to llnd Captain Tom Bell back and again in command of tho remnant of the "No'th Callnyuns." Ho drew on his varied and ample stock of Iprofanlty or, vi It profanity, to express his Joy at meeting mo? and fulling to do it In that way, he throw his "left" arm about my neck and hugged mo tlU.1 threatened toHtrnnglo, before tho dullest prlvuto in tho command saw that tho game wus up with us and that pru- TO DB CONTINUED. A little child at Porryvillo was fondling a pot lion when a game rooster flow nt him and stuck both spurs into his temples. Tho child will probably dlo. notlee aa herein before provided, to begin In good faith the grading, paving and curbing Ordinance Provrain0- - forSidewalks on the side walk in front of his, her or their property as required by this ordinance, and proCertain Streets in the City of secute the saino to completion with reasonable diligence, then and in such case the Council Cloverport. shall cause the same to be done at tho oxpense Whereat it l deemed advliable and necessary by the Council to provide and conitruct and chargo of the lot owner in front of whose sidewalks on both (Idea uf High street from property such sidewalk shall be constructed, tho western line of Third itrest to the Iron and the cost thereof shall be a lien on the said bridge across Ulovor Creek and on both (idea property, which thall be enforced as provided of Wall street from laid brldgo to Center tor in the "Act to Incorporate city of Cloveon the aoutb aide of rport," approved February 24th, 1884. street, and thonce it In the opinion of the said engineer, Ctb Front street to tbo eastorn line of Chestnut street, except as hereinafter provided In this any sibewalk now existing ahull be good and sufficient, he shall so repoit to the Council und ordinance. it the Council approve same the lot owner 1st Therefore, be It ordained by tbo Counshall not be required to grade, curb or pave cil of tho City of Cloverport ; That a compe tent civil engineer be employed by toe street same. 1'rorlded however, It shall be his duty committee, whoso duty it shall be to make to report what repaira or altcratloea, If any, are necosaary, and the provisions of this orplana and specifications of tho grading necessary and requisite to construct good and dura- dinance shall apply to sueh necessary repaira or alterations. ble sidewalks to bo laid with aultabta brick, 7th No existing sidowalk not constructed vith good and sufficient stone curbing to bold the same ; tbo side walks to be not loss than of brick and with stone curbing, or not conten (10) feet wide and in all respects to be well structed of dressed or curbstone shatl be deemed as good and sufficient and as complying laid and of brick of Clovorort manufacture, 2d. That said engineer shall prepare maps with this ordinanco. 8th.-T- his ordinance shall not apply to the and specifications of the work required to tie done under thia ordinance, and estimates of Iroperty on the north aide of Wall street Irom atreet to Center atrect. the cost of the same, In front of eaoh let, the Dth This ordinanco shall bo In force and width of sidewalk, the length of same, add effect from and after its passage. tho character of curbing necessary, and exhibit same to the Council lur Its approval, modiThe gruund shall be I. fication ;or rejection. brought to a proper and practical grade in The medical fraternity, backed up by caro-full- y front of the property of each lot owner, and oomplled atatlatlca,1a almost a unit in due reforenco to the wants of the shall have declaring that a moderate uso of atlmulnta publio In uniformity of grade conduces to long llfo. It Is also admitted that 3d When the Council shall have adopted an old whiskey is by far tho best stimulant plans and ipecldcatlons for any work a? pro- that can be used. Leading physicians revided in section 2 of this ordinance, said plana commend the I. W. Harper Whiskey, becauto and specifications shall bo filed with the clerk It Is pure, possessed of a superior flavor and Council for the examination and inforof the is not offered for salo until .It Is bouqet, mation of all or any of the owners of lots front old und and thoroughly matured. Ing on said streets, or any person Interested. Sold by it Is hereby made the duty of every owner M. F. F0PHAM, of any lot or part of lot fronting on aaid street Cloverport, Kv. to grade, pave and curb the sidewalk in front of bis or her lot In accordance with and as diSUB-AGENWANTED. rected In aueb plana and specifications, and la t, Is hereby ordained that he or she or they shall To sell the Lovell Washer, one man or woman wanted to every ten miles do so. 4th It Is hereby made the duty of the tquaro In tho entire Ilreckenildge county. ExA good lively agent can Marshall of the city to prepare and execute a clusive territory. notice on all sasd lot owners notifying thorn mako from $10 to $75 a month if at work In good that they aro required by thla ordinanco to earnest. Tho Lovcll Washer will do better No grade, pave and curb the alduwalk In front of iwork than any other Washer on earth. any tuu. saves tils, her or their lot In accordance with the rubbing on wnsn-tioar- u plans and specifications thereof on file In the time, money and clothes. Just the machine offico of the Clerk of the Council. Ho shall for ladies who aro not strong. Thousands designate the property Intended In Ida notloe of ladles who hove to hlro their washing done so that It may be certainty Identified and said now save that expense by using the Lovell notice shall be properly executed by deliverWasher. To those desiring an agency, for ing a copy thereof to the lot owner or hit ac- sample full slsi only three dollars and ten cts. credited agent or by leaving a copy thereof at also Key Stone Wringers and other useful the residence of the lot owner or such agent. bousohould articles, for terms to agents reftr He sbull endorse bis written returns on said to PETEll KROUQll, Union Star, notloe showing bow be has executed same, and lireckenrldgt County, Ky. shall return it to the clerk of the Council, who shall carefully file awuand preserve same, "When in need of a shirt call on J. D. 5th If any lot owner shall fall or refuso within thirty days after the execution of said Babbago. AN ORDINANCE. W. HARPER'S WHISKEY. mi ," jr & J Breokenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, MAY News. 11, 1892. GUSTON. Mr. It. J. Patterson and Miss Eva Carrigan, went to Louis-vill- o this week. Miss Lula Lewis, of Brandenburg, spent last week at her It. J. Patterson, Mrs. Mary W. Munford and two daughters, Ermine and Kllen, spent last week in tho city. Misses Fannio Childs and Clara Anderson spent last week in Louisville, tho guest of Mrs. Dr. Smith, Jlrd street. A new three-storbusiness building is now under construction nt our town. It will bo run under tho firm name of Anderson Adams & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo W.Nowman, Mr. It. II. McGlothlan and sister, Miss Llllie, of Irvlngton ; Misses Jennie Hardin and Ophelia Hay, of Brandenburg; and Miss Mnttio Adkisson, of Hnrdlnsburg, spent a delightful day at Mrs. Munford's last week. Died on tho Drd Inst, a't 7 o'clock p. m. Mr. Sanford Baskctt, of Bledsoe, Arkansas, brotlier of Mr. Win. Baskctt, of this county. Ho was a long-agsteamboat captain on tho Mississippi, having owned tho Arkansas Bello and sovcral other boats of that day. Ho was between CO and CO years of age, and his remains were interred in the Sandy Hill Cemetery. Tho seats for our new church are being manufactured by tho Wabash School Fumituro Company, of Wabash Ind., and if completed according to contract, which limit is tho 17th of May, wo will hnve our dedication tho 4th Sunday in May, but if anything happens to tho contrary, our dedication will bo deferred until the 5th Sunday, due notice of which will bo given In this paper. Everybody is invited to attend, and thero will bo no subscriptions taken or donations asked for, on that day. grand-daughter, grand-fathcr's,M- r. y o . MONTHLY CROP REPORT. Oitice or tiii: Co.mmihsioni:k or AulllCULTUKK, IlOKTIUULTUltK The Sunday Closing. Senator Vest yesterday presented a petition or rather a protest against keeping tlie World's Fair open on Sunday, the signers threatening to boycott each and every Senator and member of the IIoubo who might vote against it. Tho petition was mainly signed by clergymen, and was referred to tho Committco on World's Fair, Senator Vest remarking that ho would voto on the question without regard to tho petition or its signers. Tho remark was unnecessary from tho Senator, but was no doubt the expression of honest indignation nt tho means proposed to accomplish an end against which n largo majority of the peoplo protest. In tho World's Fair Bill ofTered by Judgo Lindsay in tho Kentucky Senate, the Sunday closing provision was inserted by him, according to tho Capital "simply becauso the preachers of tho State sent wotd that, unless it was done, they would uso their utmost endeavors to defeat tho bill." It is written, and in a book with which the clergy should bo more familiar than tho laity both as to letter and spirit, that men may not do evil that good may result; and even if it were not so written, natural justice would impel a line of conduct based upon the principle. Tho good, in fact, which results from wrong action, is not good in its real meaning, but simply a standard of good arbitrarily defined by a few, having power neither over tho bodies of men nor over tho right of free thought common to nil ; that species of good which is embraced in the idea that my good is good and your good unpnrallellcd wickedness, and therein contravening every law of morals laid down by Ilebiew, Pagan and Christian moialists. Tho right of petition is denied to no man, fortunately, in theso Unitd States, nor in any one of them, whether couched in the form of prayer or of protest: but no where is tho right of threatening expressed or implied, and tho protests to tho Federal Senate and tho Kentucky S 'nato nre far worso in principle, and altogether more and more dangerous to free thought and .free action, within tho law, than the opening of tho World's Fair on Sunday could possibly bo. Happily neither Federal nor State government is freer to ono more than to another; but if Legislation is to bo coerced by threats, and especially by the cowardly threat ot boycotting a legislator becauso ho proposes to voto as ho believes ho ought to vote on questions affecting tho public at large, and that method is to prevail, as it did in tho Legislature, tho written guarantees of civil liberty will become absolutely worthless. Legislation coerced by threat is no better than legislation purchased by bribery. The means differ, but tho end and object are tho same. Kentucky Journal. Guess You FiiANKKoitT, Ky., April CO, 1892. J Tho action of tho Legislature In appropriating 100,000 for Kentucky's exhibit nt tho World's Columbian Exposition, to bo held at Chicago, ought to bo graify-in- g to ovory farmer in tho State. Gov. Brown has appointed five Commissioners, who nro honest and judicious men, to tako chnrgo of tho monoy, nnd thdy will mnke such an exhibit as will bo of great value to tho business interest of the State, and who doubts that, in tho competition for the vnrions prizes, that thero will bo more monoy brought back in premiums to Kentucky than was appropriated by tho Legislature. Tho following report is made from reports of correspondents from every section of the State. WHKAT. and Statistics. Ho Probably Bought Him in Breckcnridgo County. Mr. L. A. MeQuown, tho breeder of gaino fowls here, last Monday shipped tho well known cock, "Swelsen-hamer- " to parties in tho stato of Washington. "Sweisen," as ho is cnllcd by thoso who havo witnessed his deeds of gnmeness nnd daring, is tho hero of a score of conflicts in pit nnd on green swnrd in which ho novcr fails to hold up his end of the procession with credit to himself, nnd to tho frequent financial disablement of thoso who backed tho other fowl. Ho is the most famous gamo cock that has left Glasgow for many years. By tho samo express, Mr. MeQuown also shipped several other fino gamo cocks to tho Carollnas, nnd to parties In this state Glasgow Times. well-know- n aflec-tionnte- ly IN 'THeT SPRIN The Farmer, The Gardener, And Othe Harl i In my report of April 1st I gavo the condition of wheat at 92 as compared with same time last year. The last two days of March and first days of April wero fino for wheat in fact vegetation of nil kinds indicated an early spring; but on tho 8th of this month tho weather changed, tho temperature dropped t6 and below 30, with soveral hard freezes, and continued cold and cool until about the 23th ; but from nearly all reports the wheat was not damaged, and I hnvo to report it novcr looking better nt this timo of tho year, and a bountiful harvest Is anticipated. Amount of old wheat on hand 8J per cont. con.v. A pain in tho side or back and spots on the faco indicate kidney nnd liver disorder. Mr. Geo. I'. Eckes, Lorentz, W. Va., says : "I had kidney troublo for over two years. Have tried different Need many things in our kinds of kidney medicine, but got no relief. I was not able to ride horseback, ware stock. and scarcely able to attend to my business. I commenced using Lightning Kidney and Liver Remedy, nnd before I had used ono bottlo I began to improve. I havo taken four or five bottles nnd am almost cured." Forsalobyall dealers. Stoves, Plowlines, Hamestriiigs, TlieTalkofTlieTowii. Trace Chain i i Can't Hake Vitrified Brick Though. The nowspaper people from tho Eastern and Western portions of tho Stato, when they assemble in annual Convention in tho merry month of May, will find Central Kentucky looking its best. Its bluegrass pastures alono are a goodly sight to see. They will find at Lexington everything according to their tastes, but if they could journoy only twelve miles north of that city they would get Some a glimpso of "God's country." day Goergetown will bo lucky enough to capture tho Kentucky Press Association, and then ovcry newspaper fellow, whether singlo or married, will fall in love Tho printers aro getting themselves with "Tho liello of tho Blue Grass." Their union In ' well provided for. Georgetown Times. Washington City last week, in tho pros-enc- o of tho President of tho United Mr. and Mrs. John 15. Atkinson, of States nnd other distinguished officiate, Newport, wero arrested, charged with dedicated tho finest building over erectliving in adultery. Thoy had been lived by a singlo chapter of n labor organiing together eighteen years without ever zation, whllo near Denver, Col., on tho having had a marriago ceremony per12th Inst., will bo dedicated with approformed, and liavo four children. Tho priate ceremonies tho Childs-DroxJudge held that theso being the facts in Homo for Disabled Union Printers, an the case, and its they claimed each other Imposing building fitted up in a stylo of as husband and wifo, they are so under palatial splendor. Louisvillo Commertho Common Law, and would bo recogcial. nized as such tho world oyer. So ho dismissed tho CORO. Job printing done at this olllce. post-mast- Our lino of Spring Shirts, NeckVery littlo corn planted, owing to the very wet weather ; from tho 25th to the wear and Underwear for men is tho 28th tho weather was fino for planting, but not many farmers wero ready. Tho talk of the town. planting season is later than it used to The Countixo Room, be. Tho larger part of tho crop used to In Tin: Snors, bo planted In April, now tho larger part O.v The Stiieets, of It is planted in May, and often runUrojJ The Hill, For a weak and tired feeling, loss of ning into Juno. On The Cars, Report as to acreage, 85 per cent. nppetito and general debility, Lightning At Home, . fcOIKIHUM. Blood Elixir Is the best tonic. It Is enIn Sociely, Acreage as compared to last year, 05 tirely vegotable, contains no mercury or other mineral poisons. Mrs. N. E. Allen per cent. POTATOES. Whito Oak, Ky., writes: '"Lightning Acreage, compared with last year, 89 Blood Elixir is certainly tho truo elixir Novor boforo havo wo had such per cent. of life. I have used it, and It has cured TOllACCO. a trade, and novor boforo havo wo mo of many years' suHVring. I can reAb to acreage compared with last year, commend Lightning Blood Elixir as a 85 per cent ; plants plentiful and looking displayed such an assortment. Wo delight in furnishing men lady's friend." well, In somo fow places killed by frost, nnd washed out and covered up by with beautiful, nice fitting shirts IRVINGTON. and collars. ' Havo you seen our heavy rains. CLOVKIt. stock ? As thero seems to be no correspondent Tho crop looks well ; tho sowing this from this place, while wo consider our- spring escaped tho freezes and looks JN0, D, BABBAGE, selves ono nmong tho important towns of well. As compared with last year, 101 COR. WALL. & ELM STS. Old Breckcnridgo county, I will just drop per cent. OLOVERPORT, KY.' you a few linos, nnd will say in tho beTIMOTHY. E. C. BABBAGE, Manager. ginning, I am glad to sco that St. Paul, Is not so well ndvaneed as clover, but Is Minn., hasoiu good sensible citizen in looking well; as compared with last year tho person of A. J. Alexander, and wo 100 per cont. join in with him as n unit for All kinds looking well, but would bo G rover Cloveland, I mean tho Demimproved by somo warm sunshiny days. ocrats do, and thoy aro largely in tho KM I'. majority here. Tho present crop not nil broken; weather has been vory unfavorable for Wheat looks fine. breaking, which will keep back plowing Tho farmers aro all busy. for now crop, and cnuso lato sowing ; the Our merchants seem to bo doing well. nvorago for this year will bo small, 74 Tho Irvlngton Roller Mills is doing n per cent. . fino business, Tho early fruit was thought to bo all Our school, taught by, Miss Adkisson, billed by tho freezes of this month. is progressing fine. Somo very early cherries and strawberMr. P. P. Roberts, our clover deputy ries wero killed, but enough escaped to is assisting Mr. Brown in his WHY IS THE make a largo yield. Very few early apstore. ples killed, and from present Indications McGlothlan & Bro., aro planting over tho crop of apples will bo abundant, GENTLEMEN 100 acres In com, sovcral other fanners I'KACIIIM. FOR THE MONET? THE BEST SHOE IN o Reports vary as to tho peach aro planting largo crops. It it a scamlens shoe, with no tack, or wax thrf ad to hurt the feeti mads of tho licit nno calf, stylish correspondents report thorn badly nod easy, nod because im mile more enoet of Ihu Tho health of our town is good, nnd grade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand gardening is the go all round, nnd Cleve- damaged, whllo others report that tho sewed iboei costing from JlJlx) to ts.00. the flneit calf crop will bo abundant, unless killed Cr. oil (icmilun Uand-iewe- J.ID equal IrencU land for president by tho Jefiersonian-Jacksonia- n P3 shoe ever offerod for Imported ihoes which coat from $3l to S 00. hereafter. Estimated per cent., 05. Domocrnts. OO Wipe, fine atf, 1 1 Arr-LES- Wire Fencing, Grindstdneis ai Fixtures, ,ii Curry Combj EVERYWHERE. Horse Brushes, Horse and Cal tie Ties, Hog Rings and Ringej Cattle Leaders,1 Animal Pokesj Garden and t m Floral Tod Wheelbarrows Shovel & Spa) W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE d, Lawn & Gai en Bakes, Pitchfdr crop-sum- STOCK. All kinds of stock wintered well except In somo fow counties, sheep have not done well. SInco my last report thero has been somo improvement in is a prico of mules, from tho fact thoro better demand for cotton. The fat cattlo market fully ono dollar per hundred less than this timo last year. (lAItl)KNH. CA stylish, comfortable and durable. .The belt tPtfa aame Erode as custoshoe ever offered at thii price i.0U m-made to t'JJJO. Bhoe coating from Whom Farmer ltallroad Men l'ollro nndLetterCarrlersallwearthemi doe calf, POa 30smooth lnild, heary three soles, exten. seamless, aloncdgo. Ono pair will wear a year. no shoe over off (SO SO One cnlfione better will convinceered at mttOmm those trial this price i who wan t a shoo for comfort and service. 5 ami fe'J.UO Worklnemnn'a sboei very strong and durable. Those wba are make. bare siren them a trial will wear no othershoes are V'J.IIO nnd 81.73 school worn bjr the boys everywhere; Ibeytoll oa their merits, as the Increasing sales show. shoe, belt I qrllaeliiMII). Ilnnd-aerrc- d g4 00 9fi AND nnvcl DUjO The demand for garden seed and seed corn has been vory great. I wish I could have been able to havo supplied them all, but It would havo required a vory largo appropriation to havo dono so. DouRoIa. veryitylljhicnuiUireuoh lmportcdshcseottlnirfromlOloWil. tf,30. 8J.0O iiud SI. and durable. Imdlm'the belt fine Uongola. KtylUh 73 shoe for II lues are Caution. 8eo that W. L. Douglas namo and prTco aro stamped on the bottom ot each shoe. KE LdUIca XV. yon, Inilit on local advcrtled dealers supplyingliotauy li. liOUULAU, Xirockton, fllBsi. NO SUnSTITIJTE.M 60, Cloverport, Kj Very respectfully, Nicholas McDowell, Commissioner. FORSAIiPDY BOWMER & HAMBLETOiN CLOVERPORT' KY. - Jf- tokL WLVHHU-- , jwnfWfc t "T"5 ' E. It. Oglcsby, Thos. Tousey, Samuel Conrad, James Hainbletoii and F. N. D'lluy woro elected us a now school board laht Saturday. Office in Dr. tl7ie'soU jiinii ty) rtnfn J, D. BriLshear, of Porry county, oppo-sit- u Addison, dropped in Saturday, CLOVEnPOHT. KY. lira subscription, and took an unabridged dictionary as n premium. A. Mm. Sloan nnd daughter, of Portland, luivu been in tho city several days representing Rodgers & Co., of Louisville, dealers in Iiousu furnishing goods. CANMHLTON, IND. Tlio school census of tho city, taken iultfl mmlo to order in tlio bent Rtyk1. Perfect fit gnnrnntrwl. Orders solleltod. Inst week, discloses tho fact that there are (111 children in tlio city between the nges of (I nnd 20 whito 374 J colored, M. D. A. A, Dr. J. M. Clayton, UNION STAR. C.RIcliardsoir visih d Stcphcusport Sunday. Miss Etta Parr was in town this week shoppiu. Mr. Jnbi! Hnyncs had n lliu' man lo dio last Friday night. Minnie O'Neill leeelv.s iu-- millinery goods overy week. Miss Eva Roberts, of Rliodclla, was in town shopping ono dny bust week. Miss Ruby Rynn, of Victoria, was visiting her mint, Mrs. E. It. Gardner Inst week. Mr. Henry Canary went to Now Albany, Ind., last week to visit his son, R. T. Canary. Mrs. C. M. McGlothlnn, accompanied by Miss Minnio Iloyle, visited in Louisville Inst weok. Quito a number from this plnco attended tho basket meeting and baptising at Roberts' School Houso Sunday. Soveral of our young peoplo attended n leap year party Saturday night nt tho residonco of Mr. Alex Hendry, Raymond Have you seen Minnio O'Neill's new millinery goods? Don't purchaso elsewhere until you seo them nnd lenm prices. Mr. Owen Cunningham went to Owensboro last wcekand returned homo sick,but now wo are pleased, to say, is able to bo out again. Mrs. Molly Jolly, daughter Mamio and son, Herbert, of Morgantown, aro visiting their parents nnd Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox, of this place. MidS Mollie Avitt died near Lodlburg last week. Sho was a good, kind and lovable young lady, and many friends join with relatives in mourning her loss. Nico now goods, low prices nnd neat" work will tell in trade. Tlint's why I am doing a good business in tlio millinery nnd dressmaking line. Cnll nnd seo me Minnio O'Neill. Mr. Will McKnight nnd wife (neo Miss Julia Caslunan), who wero married in Now Albany, Ind., nt tho residence of S. D. Caslunan, on tho 2d inst., came down to visit relatives hero. Mr. McKnight returned Monday, but Mrs. McKniuht will remain a few days. R. grand-parent- PhysiciaWSurgeon. J, KIRST, IMG An THE MUCK I'l IVIv Henry Winter. Win J. Winter. Johu M. rjorntraegpr I 1 1 .HMLssssW sssssssssssssssssssm sssssssssssssssssssK sssssssssssssssssssssss. sssssssssB ssssssssH Hssss( ssssssssssssi Msssssssssssfesr ssssB sssssssssssssssssssssssV Hour's Stroll In Our Fastorn Suburbs, and What Was Scon To Writo About. WHY SUFFER In this warm wcnlhcr by wenring your Winter Suit, when yon can buy a conlfortublo Wo Suit of us so cheap ? mndo up n big Btock of scasonnblo Clothing, in Sacks nnd Frocks of various shnpes nnd styles, and in ninny dilToront kinds of Cloths, which wo guarantco to ho superior to nny oilier, and which wc nro selling nt a very modcrnlo price. Light-weight Merchant Tailor, Simons, I 11 Wo Will Soon Bo Tho Largest Paving Brick Manufacturing City In The World. ' . ai ;.. J Physician Surgeon JircckcnrMge Hani: CLOVERPORT, KY. iif Office over 237. I ! HssssV nu MV mM v. 1 m ...HH H ' is ' i V '!"ff I 1 i I I 4s? r ( I ' I 'A i EAEKITSETOG visit. Thos. Phillips, near Brandenburg, on Ui S, Claim & Pension tho Hnrdlnsbtirg road, sold 216 acres of land to Joseph Jlcndrick for $3,000 cash. Also 33 ncrcs of tho George Pierpoiut STEPHENSPORT.KY, farm nt $23.50 an acre. W. BROOKS, We truly bcllovo Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers to bo tlio most natural, PHOTO & ARISTD ARTIST most effective, most prompt and economical pill for biliousness, indigestion and CLOVERPORT, KY. inactive liver. For salo by Short & Hay-iicN. Br To every 20th customer fur 1 dot. Cloverport, and Beard & Beelcr, Cabinets, u 10x20 Orayon Portrait. Hardiusburg. Mr. James G. Stephens, of Holt, was M. D. in tlio city Satunlay exhibiting somrf Surgeon, grapo fruit, which ho had received from CLOVERPORT, KY. his son, Minor Stephens, of Florida. It resembled an Osage orange. &rOjjiccal Home for the preterit. ' Robt. E. Pickerill, now witli Rothschild & Co., has accepted a position with Hummer, Kohn & Co., of Philadelphia. This is one of the largest wholcsnlo clothing houses in tho East. come- J. W. JARBETT, Mr, James Shellman and son, James M., and daughters, Bettio nnd Sudle, of Union Star, wero in tho city last Saturday shopping, nluf paid tills offlsc n wel- Just Think of It Apt ' W. s, J. F. Lightfoot, Physician and To occasionally spend a couplo of hours among tho brick works is good for tho soul of n Olovorportcr ; and when a citizen of the placo becomes despondent or takes upon himself tho roloof a skeptic in regard to tho future and lasting prosperity of our beloved city, all that is necessary for him to do is to wend his d ; and if ho can run way that gauntlet of enterpriso and Industry without having his blues disporsed and his doubts forever dispelled, tho brand, "liyppochondriac" should bo placed upon his brow, and ho should bo banislicd to o tho wilds of Alaska, where in tho of tho Virgin forests, away from tho hum of progress and civilization, ho can indulge his natural bent to his heart's content without tlio danger of imparting his infection to his fellow man. brick-plantwarsoli-tud- COME TO US And wo will improvo your condition physically and financially. Wo will cause) you to fool comforlablo in body and savo you money besides, because you can buy our Superior Clothing for less money than you will have to pay those expensive advertising houses for Eastern-mad- e stuff. WHAT BRAND? - f ' .f. Julius Winter & Co., 601cl Brand New Hat FOR ,r, K Reliable" Clothiers Louisville, Zy. Cor. Tliird and Market, BANK JJ 0. W. IV Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, President. WILTi MILLER, It is n truth in medicine that tho smallest doso that performs tlio euro is tlio best. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers aro tlio smallest pills, will perform tho euro and aro tho best. For sale by Short it Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard and Bccler, Hardinsburg. Dr. J. F. Lightfoot has rented ono of tho upper rooms in tho News building and will occupy it as soon' as furnished. For tho present ho can bo found nt his homo on. High street just nbovo tho Cloverport Hotel. M. II. BEARD, Cathler. BEARD MORRIS KSKRIDOE . M..J0LLY. INTEREST PAID 1 V j Plre tor DEPOSITS ON TIME "W. W. Bennett sold his intorcst in the Cloverport cigar factory last week to Mr. WEDNESDAY, MAY Foard, of Owensboro, and Mr. Foard will tako tho route that Bennett has LOOAL BREVITIES. formerly traveled over, whiio Bennett Mr. Virgl) Hardin, of Holt, was in tlio retires from the business altogether. city Monday. If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your m. h. Minor, of Jlolt, was in Hon. blood is thick nnd sluggish ; if your tlio city Monday. is capricious nnd uncertain, you Dr. Nowsom hiw broken dirt for a new" need n Sarsaparilla. For best results liouso in Eastjnnd. J. O. B. Burbank, of Henderson, was tako Do Witt's. Sold by Short it Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beoler, in tho city Saturday. Hardinsburg. Jns. It. Ulair returned from a visit to Yesterday morning while Isaac Oser t Fordsville last week. to securo bargains. Mrs. Now-ma- and Mr. Goodman, of the firm of GoodTime man & Klein, wore driving down PatterIrvington, Ky. son's hill, their team became f lightened B$rn to tlio wife of T. M. Rates n fine and began running nway. Mr. Oser was boy, April 13th, 1892. thrown from tho wagon and run over. Jlorn, May 10, to tho ivifc of Harrison Ho received rtainful wounds on tho Tliurman, a daughter. hand, arm and neck, though he is not Born, May ftlj, to tlio wife pf Billy seriously injured. v Xompkinsoii,a fino boy. Bright peoplo nro tho quickest to Miss Jessio Holloway was baptized at a good tiling and buy it. Wo the Baptist church Sunday. sell lots of bright people tho Littlo Early Letitia-Hal- l is visiting her uncle, Miss Risers. If you aro not bright theso pills Mr. A. J, Turpin in Louisville. will mako you so. Sold by Shorty HayAJox. Boyd has begun work on the nes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, y audition to his saloon. , Hardinsburg. Miss Eva Hornilon, of Brandenburg, Win. Glasscock and Jesso Tucker, of is a guest of Miss Lafio Lalleist. tho Forks of Rough, wero in tlio city Miss Katfo Sawyor is visiting her sisThoy Sunday enrouto for Evausville. ' ter, .Mrs. Morcdock, Louisvlllo. had sent a raft of logs thcro via., Rough Jessio Richards, of Louisville, is 3liss Creek and Green river nnd were going tho guest of Miss Nannio Stephens, Holt. down to sell them. Sv D. Lloyd, of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. is visit lug ner niouicr, jurs. t. u. baw- It is a fixed and immutablo law that T. to havo good, sound health ono must TTntTi- liVt.oli atrnwlmrrina nf llntt'mnr A' - " bloton's every morning during tho sea- - havo pure, rich and abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer routo than ' son. Walter Warflold, of Christian county, by a course of Do "Witt's Sarbaparilla. Sold by Short it Haynes, Cloverport, nnd was Visiting at 'Squlro John Keith's Sunday. Beard it Bccler, Hardinsburg. Roland VjUltogton and II. F Shell-maJames Miller and Charlio Bowler have of Union Star, wero in tho city Saturday. opened a gravel pit nt Spottsville, and . Vtll. Bojvmer sold some property in luivo a contract with Owensboro parties Consid- to furnish gravel for tho streets of Qweiisbdro to M. V. Monarch, eration, 1,500. Owensboro. Bowler left hero last week F Dick Elder, ot Chenault, was in tho city Saturday, and showed his smiling with eleven men and thrco teams, and thoy aro now at work. They will profuco in this olllco. Childrous day at tho Elm Street M. E. bably lemain down thoro all summon Church next Sunday at 11 n. in. SerMrs. L. It. Patton, Rockford, 111., vices at 7:45 p. m. "From personal oxperionco I Mrs. J. W. Bowles and daughter have writes: homo after u visit to Mrs. J. 6. can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, returned .Stephens, Holt, Ky, a euro for impure- blood and general deCharley Miller canio down from Har- bility," Sold by Short & Haynes, Clov-por- t, -- t.Bj dinsburg yestorday, just to seo n livo and I'card & Beoler, Hardinsburg. V town for a change. Dr. J. B. Frymiro, of Union Stnr, was Airs. Jrtbino was sick at tho Clovorport Hotel several days last week, but is now in.tho city Thursday nnd expressed himabld to bo out again. self ns pleasantly surprised witli tho s Jno. D. Babbago is visit'ng her push and go of Cloverport. Ho visited sister, Mrs. p. W. Vairloigli, at 1812 tho various brick works, noticed tho Brook street, Louisville. and Jlrs. Jorry Gannane havo re- new buildings that wero inider construcMr. S turned from their bridal tour and taken tion and the business Of tlio town generup their residonco hero. ally. 1.6 "Mr. ZacTi Green and Mr. and Mrs. .0 A new addition, known as tho War-fiel- d Fmier Horaley, of Lost Run, wero visit-iu- g ",0 Addition, lying on the hill south of at J. J. Dyer's lost week. .7 . Mrs. A, J. Gross, of Holt, was in tho town, between Oak and Poplar streets is city Vwtenlay, tho guest of Miss Lola being surveyed by Mr. F, Fralzo into Henley at tho Clovorport Ilotol. bo , Jfhe Clbvorport steam laundry raised streets, alloys nnd lots. Thoro will 40 or CO lots nicely situated and well stanm yesterday for tho first time, and suited for builJlng purposes in tho plat, ae ready to begin work next week. Ulenry B. Head comlomplatcs moving and thoy will bo sold at auction about lHiift city soon, and will mako it head Juno 1st. Wo nro still growing, and quarters for his insurance business. this Is another opportunity that tho peoService at tho Presbyterian church plo will have to socuro cheap homes. 1 1 n. m, and 7: SO p. in. "next Sabbath at A cordial invitation is extended to all. Tho Prohibition Party will hold Its Henry Ray, of (Hancock county, State Convention nt Louisville Juno 1st bought a lot. 100x170 feet, lying in tho eaq Thirty-one- delegates to tho weotMid oftho. city, of Barnoy Bolder, and 2nd. n ererf mid vri(l bftild a liouso and move hero National Convention (Cincinnati Juno ofoj 29th 30th) will bo chosen. Prof. Samiwon. M. Q. C. Shollman, of Union Star, and uel Dickie, chairmnn of tho National Mr. JVrthur Mattingly, of Sam,)lo, at- Committee, Col. Geo. W. Bnln, Dr. J. Dv tended' tli) My Itall at Derby, I ml, hut Smith and others will address mass Saturday. T. S. Ma you, Secretary. Hon.R. R, Piorco arrived at homo last meotings. Tliurtdfty fiom his visit (o his son Mr. V. S. Long, of Meade county, arti, Las 'tgm. New Mexico. Ho reports rived witli his family last weok nnd has s pleJut trip. ' Johny. Angel, the cigar maker, visited opened up a butcher shop at tho West-en- d Ho brought of tho iron bridge Ctvpnetton, ilie home of his childhood, 11a hud not been thcro before elovon head of fat cattlo witli him, two BimUavy, lyf tliirtt!ii years. good teams and two men to drive them Mo seems to bo w Early Biwsrs, Early Risers, Early and help him butcher. fctmotM little pills for constipaa gentleman and a good hustling busition, (klfheftdftlie,. dyspepsia and that For sale by .Short ifllaynes, ness man, and Is the kind of citizen Cloverpoi tors should receive with open Cloverport, and IWard &. Reeler, ' J. " arms. Breckenridge News. 11, 1892. BEWLEYVILLE. Now goods at tlio Cash. Mr. S. P. Drury is in Louisvillo this week Mr. R. L. Unrdaway is again a citizen of our village. The lntest fad in baso ball uniform is tlio "Mother Hubbard." Mr. Addison, of J. II. Armstrong, Louisville, was in town Friday. Tho Row W. It. White prenched nt tho Baptist church Sunday evening. Mr. Taylor Dowell and family were visitlug in town Saturday and Sunday. Hon. Chns. Blanford had tho misfortune to loso a very fino mare last week. Miss Victoria Poyno returned Saturday from a pleasant visit to friends in Webster. Havo you seen tlio new stock of ladies' vests wo aro displaying? If not, give us a call. Cash Store. Tho Rev. Buchanan occupied tlio pulpit nt tho Baptist church Saturday and Sunday nt 11 n. in. Mr. Geo. D. Drury left Monday for Louisvillo, .whore ho is attending Weaver's Business College. Mr. Will Mussloman, whoso term in tho U. S. Army has just expired, is visiting friends in town and vicinity: Messrs. Robt. Weathcrford nnd Payne, of Harncd Station, wero guests of Mr. Alfred Pnyno Saturday and Sunday. Wo havo on hand a largo stock of Spring and Summer dress goods. Call Cash Storo. nud see them. Mrs. A. Bennett and Mrs. G. S. Dowell left Monday for Clifton near Louisville, where thoy will remain somo time guests of Mrs. Shelly. Misses Lena Drury, Blanche Jolly and y Florence Cain, and Messrs. Picrco Cain and Wado Drury attended church at Big Spring Sunday. Dr. J. O. Bush, of Ilawesvllle, is in town and may bo found during the remainder of the weok nt his office in tho Stitli Houso. He is well known hero by hid' suporior workmanship. Tlioso in need of dental work will do well to avail themselves of this excellent opportunity. Harda-way,Ro- tion tho Nkwh man learned the following facts about these promising industries : Tlio Cloverport Works aro running nt their full capacity every day, and aro now preparing another largo shipment ot tlio vitrified article for the streets of Tho largo Eudnly Memphis, Tenn. kiln, with a capacity for 2.")0,000 brick ata filling, has just been completed nt n cost of $5,000, nnd it is n beauty looking almost like a wholo brick works within itself. Captain J. A. Burkctt was tho contractor, and a nicer piece of brick masonery than this kiln, was noversccn. In nddition to this now kiln, soveral now drying kilns have been erected, and witli theso improvemants tlio daily capacity of the works havo been greatly increased. They now havo a kiln capacity for 1,000,000 brick. with which Judging from things aro being pushed at tho Acme Plant, nnd tho immensity of its proportions, it must bo a moneyed concern indeed. Tlio framework of their largo machinery building is up, nnd ready for the roof and siding, which is being put on ; sovernl drying kilns nnd ono large Eudnly burning kiln are well on their way of construction, witli tho foundations started for others. Johnstone and Stop-for- d aro tho brick contractors, and their work will bo pushed to completion as rapidly ns fifty skilled workmen can construct them. A tramway from tho clay pits, abOut COO feet long, to tho works is nlso being built, l'art of tho machinery has already arrived and soon tlio work of placing it in its proper position will begin. Mr. Alfred Morgan, tho manager, is always on the grounds, and takes pleasuro In exhibiting and explaining the work to all visitors. ready Tho Ration to btart tho flics ; tho setting of tho machinery is neiiring completion. Tho great smokestack, which thoy wero EOf unfortunate ns to let fall a couplo o weeks ngo, is ngnin in its place, and in only a fow moro days tho black smoko will bo rolling from its throat, and tho hum of machinery will bo heard in Eastland. Kiln No. 1 is dono ; No. 2, far along tho road of construction, and J. T. Galligan and Ed. Conner havo tho contract to build three others, which will bo completed as fast nnd quick ns it is possible for money nnd men to do it. In n tour of limited timo nnd V observa- An Old Dollar; AT THE LARGEST THE BEST THE GHEAPEST SULZER' ? S m e33rsySfcSSS5S53jD-565y3-5S 5 4E&C2r5-S-3S-!- V tlio rapidity to STOCK OP DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Call and see our line that lias just been n, RECEIVE GINGHAMS, BEDFORD CORDS, PEHS3M MULLS, two-stor- V Works will soon be LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES and CLOTHING OAN BE FOUND AT B owmer & HEOTEJETTAS, TRIMMING SILKS, ETC. 00 Pl TV Hambleton's The largest variety of fresh Provisions and Groceries at the Lowest Prices, can be found in the HARDINSBURG, KY. ? iHl sslijssssssD l W n, What has becomo of tho Ideal Brick Works ? Thoy seem to bo moro "ideal" than actual. "When theso thrco great works nro nil in operation and turning out their hundreds of thousands of brick n day, thcro will bo no better markut in the entiro world in which to buy paving brick tli'an in Cloverport; wo will bo nblo to fill largo orders on short notice and, as it is knoivn that wo make the best and hardest brick in tho world, wo will surely find sale for all wo can make. Iist Friday J. K. McCracken, J. C. Loomis and V fin . ?m 1$ 1 GROCERY EPARTMENT OK "Lato to bed nnd enrly to riso will shorten tho road to your homo in tlio skies," But early to bed and a "Littlo Early Riser," tho pill that mnkes lifo lonuer nnd better and wiser. Sold by Short it Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard it Beeler, Hardinsburg. Wo All Thought He Had the Jimmies Whilo soveral young men of tho town wero sitting along in front of tho Ne.ws building, ono evening last week, enjoying tho sweet frngranco,of tho locust blossom that now adorn tho trees that lino tlio sido walk here, suddenly ono of them sprong several feet into tho air, fetching a yell that would mako tho wildest American Indian green with envy, and began tearing oil" his trousers, ripping up Ids underclothing, striking himself unmerciful blows on tho lower limbs, and at tho samo time continually keeping up his athletic nnd vocal exercises. Officer Hombleton was present, and thinking ho had 'cm, was ubout to tako him in clmrgo, when out rolled a bumblo beo, and wont chasing around over tho buzzing and singing and almost standing on his head, ho was so hot. The performance closed 'immediately, with tlio exclamation, "Hell I I thought tho wus a whole nest of 'em up there." At tho wind up tlio young man'looked Ilko n littlo boy just ready to wado into n pond after frogeggr. sldo-wal- Louis Sommers, directors and large stockholders in tlio Acmo Company, woro in tho city, accompanied by Chns. Muhlor, city engineer of Louisvillo, who vlowed tlio progress of tho various works; and it is generally known that thoy aro only waiting until Cloverport can furnish sufllcient number of brick, nnd then wo will got the contracts for furnishing Louisvillo with nil tho paving brick sho will use. Wliito, red and black oak timber, and all kinds of staves and heading on any railroad for which I will pay tho highest cash price. If you havo nny timber or staves to sell, it will pay you to seo mo boforo soiling. Jas. Redman, Harncd, Ky. Spring Opening, 1892. Pattern Bonnets and Hats HIGHEST NOVELTIES IN owmer & Hambleton, CLOVERPORT, KY. -, Wanted -- ?MlLLINBR.V-- , Open every week day and Friday and Saturday Nights. Having employed an expert Louisvillo Trimmer, can : in WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE Tito CI y Ussssssssssssssssl rout liiifrlUli Honioily. Promptly nently cure o k, nloni, Spermatorrhea, and all cfl'ccU of Abue or ICxcviites, llien prescribed over 35 )cars In thoutamls nl cans: ll the Uefora and Arter. only Reliable and Honest AiW dnigRUt for Wood's Medicine known. ! If he oilers aomu worthies! medicine In nluceof this, leaic hliillshoncststorc, Inclose prlie in letter, nnd we will send by return mall. Price, nnu packajre, 111 six, (5. One will Pamphlet in plain sealed please, six will cure. 'iHhb flWiM Nrons nnd permanil forirnof Wcukncs s, Kmlt. dowork the Neatest and Latest Styles. HORSE SHOEING. 0 look, If yon want good Uorso Shooing, go to Abner Dent, be li the best Id town, fur I hare tried him. 4. f Ab FOR f MRS. H. V, DUNCAN, CLOVERPORT. KY. ' envelope,! stamps. Address Co. 'lliu Wood ChemicalDetroit, Midi.. 131 Woodward avenue TjfeSoldin Cloverport by C. C. Martin, mid druEists every wiere. FOR SALE. o, dwelling, good barn, A good young orchard bearing now, and 614 acres Mattlngly, Will tell ground, situated at eheap for cash. Apply to the undersigned on the premise or W- - K. Darnel, Hardinsburg, James Uambleton, Clorerport. C1IAS. KNAVr. More-hom- Dogwood AND mmmfmrnKssa Persimmon Write R. H. ROJBINSON, 1011 FARM FOR SALE. Ilia-er't- I -- nuuHjf.i amy mttimh. TvwUl cure you, ndulv ft by ill dealer. lryou goo4 for nothing me all worn otii, ll lKeiirul iiiiiilt)v Try jf roun hack aciivs FOR SALE. Sow A splendid Phaeton, of tlie best regular Louisville mski, almost new. Will be sold on farorabler terms. Come and examine It. ai'Pllt. In k1 BniUctiw. MKS.J(J A, MURRAY. , , Jolyirinting dono at this ofllco. LOUISVILLE, Jacob Street, kV, Gopd farm of 200 aero well improved, a frame house of 8 rooms, tire barm, pair of eribt, lee house, two tenant hounw, well water For further partleulare tlfrtj or ioqatro ed tor stoek, eo., cistern and well for family, oi AiB.vaaiuKurt, would need. and everything that a farmer Flaherty, Meade Co., Ky. ObIt U miles from the 1..', St. L. & T. Kail. road, similes frem'atljollohiufjjcsveal In the year. JJ'SSi I will also Mil OT aWipfc-WMte- J at In MetN sweat!, wMl watered, Bkron Station, 40 aeree Bleared, the rot la lit jeuag timber. months i 'w,r?i''w,'"8i j.,wpii-4,- , , i4Ssy f--i . ir-- . 4r . r . -- - s. T a'. . W MOORE & LUJ IUIANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, WHOLESALERS, RETAILERS AND AUCTIONEERS Green-, Of ml ? Furniture, Carpets, Office Fixtures and Bar Outfits, Jefferson St., Through to y, bet. 4th and 5th Aves,, Louisville, Ky. v r. f '. . ! Tho time is at hand when CARPETS must bo bought. SPRING CLEANING is "on," and the women are "on tho Husbands must "hide out," and tho boys must take a hand. Tho whole house is topsy-turvand tho madam will never bo happy until she gets tho SPRING CARPET matter (and the dust she has raised about it) settled. If tho madam is WISE, she'll come to "headquarters" and settle it. If sho has over BEEN to "headquarters" sho'll not need the suggestion. If she's a VICTIM of misplaced confidence placed at some other place sho'll find "surceaso of sorrow" in tho elegance, tho vastness, the alluring financial jiossibilites of our commodious warcrooms, containing ACRES of Carpets to INCHES elsewhere war-path- ." LONG-SUFFERING AaM M 66 v-AJJrJ- f : bV A homo and maintain it in happiness. T5 V jc v i t. gJtrCfKLi. ON OR WRITE .THE ADVERTISER AND MENTION THIS PAPER, HEADQUARTERS GEO.yEAKEL&(j magnificent combination for the people. A popular lino of the latent spring Attraction. An unlimited variety in every department of tho btoro." Tho determination and ability to mako tho best prices. Quality as you like them. Styles and fashion the latest. Assortment complete and alright prices. A Dont fall to aoo our splendid stock nnd take the advantage of the inducements offered In Jtanl And besides tho standard GOODS in Moquottcs, Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrains, etc, etc all of which we SELL MAKE and LAY with equal dispatch and satisfaction in tho LABORING MAN'S COTTAGE or tho MILLIONAIRE'S MANSION wo handle of NOVELTIES which no REGULAR DEALER can take tho risk on. Royttl Wilton Squares, 12x15 feet in size, so much esteemed for their unrivaled durability, novelty of design and richness of "coloring's Where clso can you find one this sido of Chicago ? A world of other things in Rugs, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Portieres, Lace Curtains, etc., etc. Don't invest a dollar in Spring Carpets until you've been to "headquarters" and seen thosiglits at tho one Louisville establishment which is "tho envy of would-b- o rivals and tho admiration of tho public." car-loads I - f M r 99 Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1892. That young man or girl can by the right "SMART" WOMEN. Is What Tho Clovorport Woman Calls Thoso of tho Fair and Gontlo Sox Who Apo tho Ways of Man, rlThey Wear "Monarch" Shirts, "Pier- ,renoint" Cravats. . "Stoverjirje" ., Hats And Can Play Ball, Pnll a RViff, Tiiir Unit nnrl 0 T- :?,? "' Sing Bass. A The Average Girl of To-da- m 7 -- 4teui gs Mrs. Frank Leslie says many nice about Uio American girlgnniii Her l will quote, a lime, "it is who know lierAsest, wlio most nn-rfiniiato what may bo called tho intelli .. gent innocence oi me .Aiiienum gin. t lcnorant, nor does she pre- tot)d, that vico exists in tho world ; lat the realm of naturo includes pitch and filimo as surely as it docs daisies and and lambs, and that men are neither to bo treated like jjentlo maids, or avoided as ono would a spider or a mouse. No maxim was ever truer than that "To tho puro all things are pure," and man is "not so black as he is painted," and girls sometimes imagine themselves pur sued by his attentions, when really holias no wen noyonu paying a icw coniiniments, making himself agreeable for the moment, and rendering tho homage that ho fancies every girl claims and expects as her duo from every gentleman." is "6inart" Our American girl of y thero is no mistake about that, and she can do anything she tries, even singing bass in her own quartette of girls, so that man is a superfluity in the choir. She plays tonnis, she rows, sho fishes, sho wears her brothers hat, his outing cap, d tie, etc. hia shirt front, his Sho is stronger than her mother, and far Sho hangs onto tho moro independent. strap in tho street car, sho gets jostled and pushed about in the crowd, when somo bareheaded man, bowing low, used to make way for her mother. However, the American girl would not exchange her independence for deferenco and lielplesness. In all these changes she has had to yield something good for something better. Ono Author, of whom I am very fond, says "Tho animal who used to mako Homo howl every timo ho missed a shirt button, is no longer dependent up on his wifo and daughter, for ono item of his rainment." Once in a while a man comes along whoso wifo makes his pantaloons and cuts his hair, but he is regarded as curiosity. Thero was a timo when no girl could sharpen a lead pencil, tio a parcel or sing bass but tilings have changed, and tho sweet American girl is tho happiest, most independent crest-tur- o that exists. four-in-han- - Mr. falmago to girls who ask him about novel reading. "It all depends upon tho novel, somo of them aro cxhilerting, but a great cr percentage of them belong moro to the literary men and women of tho past than of the present. Somo of our modern novels aro appalling in their influence. Don't read them. You can find styles of literature just as charming that will clovato and purefy and enoblo and christiange, whilo thoy please. Thero is a wealth of good books coming from our publishing houses that leaves no excuso for tho cholco of that which is enervating to body, mind and soul. Head works that will strengthen your mental and moral condition. I.ifo is so short and your timo for improvement bo abbreviated that you cannot aflbrd to fill up with husks, cinders and debris. In tho intervals of business that young man is reading that which will prepare him to bo a merchant priuce, and that young girl is filling her mind with an intelligence that will yet either mako her tho chief attraction of a good man's homo or give her an independence of character that will qualify her to build her own ., V gives this beautiful advice litcray and moral improvement of tho spare minutes in every day riso headand shoulders in character, and influence In a row at Cambcllsvillo Winston above tho loungers who read nothing Anderson, a farmer of Camp Knox, of but that which degrades." Green county, shot llobcrt Crunch, of Lebanon, four times. Cranch will die. At this time our "smart" women aro It seems to bo tho regular custom for busily engaged in hou.scleaning or have whito men and negroes to assemble in finished so now they aie enthusiastic largo numbers, just outsido the city limto decorate but how can this he dono its of Howling Green, and shoot craps all without money for of courso tho hus- day on Sunday. band always holds tho purso strings, and For dyspepsia or stomach derangeif tho dear precious wifo who is always trying to make home lovely as possible, ments, no other remedy can he found so gets any money for these purposes, she pleasant, prompt, and effective as Ayer's must ask for it, rather than do that she Cathaitic Fills. must task her brains to invent some Alfred Eckstein, a young man claimmethod of beautifying home with odds ing to bo from New York, in a demented and ends. The "Lord of Creation," condition, and without hat or coat, was however, is delighted to see all these taken in charge at Grayson and sent to little things which brighten up home, tho asylum at Lexington. and sometimes condescends to compliHenry Heady, colored, shot Frank ment them but moro rejoiced that Bellman through tho heart, near Anhousccleaning is over and that he can chorage, killing him instantly. It was a once moro have a sqtinro 'meal. In tile cold blooded murder, unprovoked, and it firetjjlacr,ric'rieTcannot purchase is pretty sure to result in a hanging. though they can borrow anothA Louisvillo Southern freight train er's, and every women possessed of oriwrecked on a trestle and six cars fell to ginal tasto combined with culture and tho ground, 10 feet below, carrying witli education has all the advantages and but them, brakeman, Jesse Allen, who was very little to contend with, even though crushed to death. Allen was 28 years she is limited in a money sonso. old and lived in Owcnsboro. Among the tasteful and dainty things Tom Henry and Ed. Samuels got into which aro constantly being devised to beautify our homes, are "centers for the a difficulty with two negroes near Sharps-villand Henry received a blow on the table," which can be made of linen, Kitino or bolting cloth, the edgo being head, from a stone, which will prove simply hemstitched. It is decorated fatal. It is not known who hit him. fight In an with a design, and can be outlined with indeliablo ink, then work in Kensing- at a grand colored church "festibul," in Christian county, two men nnd a woman ton stitch in colored wash silk. were shot; one of tho men fatally. All Custions are as popular as ever, vari- tlte participants in the affray escaped ous kinds of canvass being used for the over tho lino into Tennessee, and no arfoundation. A very pretty ono can bo rests were made. covered witli two Japaneso hankerchiefs Instead of being dead, as lias been retho edges being laced together with ported for some time, tho Athertonville bright cord or ribbon. correspondent to tho County Herald has this to say about the old hunter: A quaint little figure can bo used to "The many friends of Daniel Hoone will prevent a door from blowing or spring- bo glad to learn that lie is gratly iming shut made this way. Take a mod- proved and will probably be out again erate size bottle, fill it with sand or shot, in a few days. and cork tightly. Fit on a doll darky It has just come to light that Mrs. Lizhead and a pink dress to reach tho floor zie Long, a young and good looking grass tic on a whito apron and a small cross- widow, of Louisvillo, drew $.10,000 in the over in flchcl style, a bit of red silk Lousiana Statu Lottery, about eight wound around the head bandana fashion weeks ago. She was a poor seamstress and tho sleeves of tho dress can bo but has now bought a $4,000 home, and held out with sticks. Thus tucked announces that sho wants to marry some "Little Dinah," as sho is called, takes good looking young man who is econoher stand and faithfully fulfills her mical and can live within tho income mission. from tho prize. Continued next week. Mrs. Molly Melbourn, of near Danville, who is demented by tho intemperSuch littlo complaints as heartburn, ate uso of religion, disappeared from headache, tootachc, sour stomach, etc., home with her three littlo children, and aro not often fatal, but very annoying. was found threo days afterward on tho All such troubles aro quickly cured by top of a high hill in a perfect undo conLightning Hot Drops. Mr. A. C. Ilayner dition. Sho had, also, removed nil the Shops, AV. Va., says : "I have boon af- clothing from tho children, and when flicted witli heartburn and sour stomach asked the reason of her peculiar behavfor four years. Found no relief until I ior, tho poor woman replied that God used Lightning Hot Drops. I can hon- had commanded her to go to this place estly say that Lightning Hot Drops has and wait for a chariot that ho would All dealers sell it. send along there to take them to heaven. cured mo entirely." 25 and 50c. bottles. Gcorgo Phillips, of Hardstown, Ky was shot and instantly killed by .Thomas Salmon near Dover Hill, Ind. Tho report says Salmon was calling on a young "brother-in-law- , Small Dosos of Information Gath- woman when Fhlllips, her called at tho house, and nsked Salered From Kentucky Exchanges. mon to accompany him and a friend to the poor farm. Tho three left tho house Incased in Capsules for the Easy and after going n short distanco Phillips Swallowing- of News grabbed Salmon by tho coat collar and Readers. said that ho had been talking about him. Salmon drew his revolver and Livingston county is beset by mad shot Phillips through the heart. He dogs. was arrested and lodged in jail. A steam laundry is under construction at Elizabethtown. Tho Keely Instituto at Crab Orchard has opened for business. A drug sloro burned at Sonora with a loss, to tho owners of $3,000. Tho Baptists of Hopkinsvillo are soon to have a fine new house of worship. Oil in great quantities has been discovered on Frozen Creek, near Jacksqn. Leading medical authorities indorso Ayer's Sarsaparilla as tho best blood medicine. Florenco Allen n lovely little daughter of Mr. John F, Allen, of Shclbyvillc, ran a splinter into her foot and died of lockjaw a few days afterward. LOUISVILLE MAIIRET 11 RIFOIK. V FURNISHED Len.Gr. Herndon & Co., Genera Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera Storage. EFLVOVT B4, trl I Niir I I'rrd Aillmr ,'. ( V H. W. HERNDON, Manager. count sale. Kollable and prompt. Cash with evory Consignments solicited. ac- I KINO RKKE 1I7B. rotd2:S0t .Sire of Kugue 2:l!Hj, Keeler 2:11ti, Prince Edward 2:VO, 1.1 more Irom to 2:110; sire o( the dams of Advance King Kutsell 2:20, and of the sires of llellc Archer (lyo) 2:15, and 4 more ixtttr than 2: SO. Uedittwnnd J'lH, iking 2!l', otl.tr. In 2:.U); li" soin h.ie 1H7 in 2:30; SO daughter hnve 31 in '.'.id; total descendants In 2:SOIi't, 415. '1 he gteatest son o( Abdallah 15, who, all things considered, was the grejteit son ol llamblctonian 10. 2;lU. td US i.iTi. Nuuviiod ABTiir.T AJT 18.2:41; hv Ilamlilftonlsn'10 rltti-- t (iuldMiiltli Mujil :ll (dam of Mran. ger tiu-o- l II in 2:&'lj and lie ntheis In 2:;t0j .iluuiiil. klront 34 in 2;3U and 421 descendant In 2:3i; llclmoiit. sire t M irv2 Bo,nd 415 dtrsmulauls in 2:811; all thinc.1 consul crcd, the grca.es) ion of llaiiiblctonian 10. EELLE, by Mambrlno Chief ll Dam of Belmont, 415 descendant fu 2:1)0! McCurdy's Hsmblclonlan 2:2Ct, sire of 11 In 2:30; Sastacus, sire of Piosper Menmes 2:24! grandan of Mayenne, dam of Crescendo 2:l!tt; Pancoast 2:21 ,, aire of Patron 2:11U, Prodigal 2:17H i Patronage, sire of Allz (3) 2:16u, best on record except Sunol. -- . HAHBKIHO CHIEF dbess gqgbs, Extra fine weave Bedford cord north 75s. at )9o. (In nil the newest shades ) 8 pes. of hair line focles worth lOo for 24c. 20 pes of imported dross patterns, no two uliko assorted colors for 10c Ainnirn hrond oloth all shades lowest prices. I!Ig lino of Tlioruicdor suiting oxclutho s. lower. LOUISVILLE. KY., May 10, lfa2. Shippers should mark all paokaje plainly, with shipper's name and e address, UUTTElt, EOOS, POULTIIV, ETC. Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and prices firmer. Dried Fruits. Market very dull on apples and peaches. Deans. Demand active at advance. Eggs. Iteceipt be ivy, market weak and post-offic- o V z lxl Q. Q BLANDIHA. Dam of bwigert, sire of Moody 2:1SM, and 30 more In list; Abdallah Pilot, sire ' of Picard 2 :181A, and of Messenger Chief with 12 in the list; King Hene.sire of 18; Solicitor, aire of 3; Redwood 7, with I; Klenia, with 2. 8:80 or better. 4uj j nuin ;,ot, .uu cigni more iiaij uu mc sire 01 inc asms oi ut rector 2:17, Piedmont 3:17, and 17 more la onswi n 111c II J ij BORCH KASE, by Tarker'a Brown Pilot. Dam of Hoalind2:2H4, Donald 2:27, and ( Dlandiaa, dam of King Rene and Swigcit and 4 other sires ol 2:30 and better, trotters. ' :;'rv.!.?' ' DICTATOR 113 mother to Dexter 3:1714. and sire of BUTTER. Choire, country Medium Common Creamery KUOS. Frosh Old Hens Roosters 10 13 worth UUo for OSo. 16 pes new stylo Debegs 20 Jay.Ke.Sce 8 (rd 10 22 27 ( U 0 if) CARITA Dam of 7 full brothers and sisters to Splendor. All sold as yearlings and 2. year-olat from 11,000 to $2,000 each. Two or more are certain to go in the list this season. Cordova trotted last year In 2:5 J. person-wY'tast- e, Jamestown plxids nnd plain, We mako a rpeclulty in black dress goods, imported and domestic Henriettas and cashmeres, eto. If you will call and seo our new n gnods yon will not bo able to resist tho teuip-titio- .. POULTRY. 11 tol2 nie Casseli (p) 2:16Vi. Director 2:17, Delineator (n) 2:18. 30 others in 2:30: and dams of Nancy Hanks 2:03, Lockheart 2:14, Northwest (p) 2:17W, Brown (4) 2:134, Keller 'lhomis 2:1U1A, and 15 others in 2:S0. Dictator is also grand sire of Direct (p) 2:00, Margaret S. (4) 2:121), Guide 2;liVi, vangelinc(3)2:19; Daphne 2:19, and SO others In 2:80. 2:10. Phallas 2:11, Min- ,. :L HAUBLXTOrTlaH ! blre ol Dexter 2:17V. Nettie 1:18, Orangt Girl 2:20, 88 others, and grand sire of Snnol 2:08U, Maud S. 2:OtJ4, Palo Alto 1:0814', ee Nancy Hanks 2:09, 2:10, and over 1000 others in 2:st. OLABA -.- ...,. 1 Dam of Dictator (sire as noted), Dexter 2:17U, Alma S:2&,, Astoria f.'aVi, Aids dam of Alda de Qtire 2:iCViJ Clara j alio grandam of Reina Victoria, dam of Princeton 2:19tt, and 8 others In 2:3a SUVALL'B MAMBIUNO- .- . Sire of the dams of D. Menroc Miss' Aiuroc xratt, A.U1U 2:x!Ht, Maud Boiler; trial 2:28Vx, and grandslreof MoIlleMc.two. yer-ol- d trial 2:38: Decoy, trial 2:31 and a quarter at a gait of 2:08. to tako some of them homo. e, V laWe havo a beautiful lino of band-mad- e dies low shoes, latest spring styles, also a full lino of hand turned shoes. Our shoe depart ineut is larger this season than ever. Wo can nlenso everyone in style, quality and price Wo have a beautiful line of men's custom made Iluell shoes. Latest styles in men's low shoes. We can sell you boy's lino front laco or Congress shoes worth $1,M) for 78c. Men's Kangaroo cnlf was told foK.fJ.60 now fining for $2 4U. Old Kcnlucky Hats sold every placo for $2.00 our price $l.3i. We have a hundred different stylos and prices, can make anyono smiloat the unreason Lie low prices.- - Medium Springers Mnall springers.. Young Ducks Live Turkeys Dressod turkey Lare Springers Drcstcd Ileii Live (leese (feathered) Live (leese (plucked) FEATHERS. l'rimo, whito gooso 4 TO to i 25 2 5' to 3 00 4 50 to 5 SO 3 00 to 00 4 00 to 5 nil 3 SO to 4 SO 9 00 to 10 00 11 00 to 1300 :j CO to 3 SO 3 SO to 4 00 2 00 to 2 60 2:(. i MI8S BUTLER. Dam of Maud Duller 2:28t), and she is the dam of Phallamont, sire of 6 under 2:50. THE DAM OF BROWN OHIBF Sire of Maggie K 2:294, and of the dams of L.eay Majolica 2."i1, Altamont 2:2SA, and ISlOU, Bcttle ., ranaion 01 rioasie u z:jsu, ueaevla a Jones 2:2Vx, etc, etc. r Mixed Old No. 1. duck Racoon Mink 44 .js SPEND9R will to for service at tho Basin fc'priiif? 2SM30 FURS , 50 to 60 so to 7S 15 l0 25 70 to 80 00 to 1 25 so to 1 00 80 to CO 15 ?& 25 IS (i$ 30 Opum O S2LB Our Clothing Department Is Immense. Short Striped Skunk Black Striped and WhltoJSkunk... Wild Cat Musk Rat , ray Fox Ned Fox Black Skunk 1 PASTURE Kseellent Pasture can he had for marcs from a distance at reasonable figures. For further particulars address NEVITT &. BLAND, P. O. Irvington. Ky. o Insure 'If you wisb to aqvertis? TERMS a. Live Gol : Farm until July 1st, when ho goes into training. 5,000 suits to select from, every shade and cut can bo had, Fnnoy strife woven men's suits run 31 to 40 worth $5.00 going for $:t.48. All shades, cuts and sizes men's suits sold for $7.00 going $I.V8. Men's all wool Scotch suits sold for $10.00 at $0.1)8. Oiter.cased Beaver, largo Deer Skins per lb HIDES. Oreen, (rood Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, good Sheep skin WOOL. d 25 0 6 00 5 00 20 IS to 30 to 15 to 0 00 to 0 00 to 30 W. W. WILLIAMS. F I-- , Stop J. Stop! Stop! -J-- THE To Advertisers nnd need Instruction, send ono dollar for our " Hook for Aivertlners." A littlo study of that book will enable you to doefdo what you ought to do, ami gt vo an Idea of the probable coat. Men's black ground pio stripo sold for $15,00 at $10 00. A great reduction in Men's and Hoys' black Choviot suits. Wood, Tobacco and Cinnamon browns, all cuts ruck bottom prices. A beautiful lino of imported serges, tnylor made, very cheap. SPRING OVERCOATS. Are going choiper this season thin ever before. Our $15.00 (larmcnts we aro selling for $10.00. ' " U.24 12.50 " " ' " " " 10.00 7.49. Come In and oximlne our stock, we guarantee wo can savo you monoy- Wo will pay highest market prico for wool, soil you goods at unreasonable low price. It will be to your interest to visit us. Wo extend cveryonoa welcome Invitation to come and examine our beautiful and imineno stock of spring goods. Every department full. 4 41 0 fu) H 8 (a 1 25 Qj) S Bankrupt You will fuul everything you want to cat : .', (heme, fine (IreJse, coarse le'lno Hurry nnd Cots DRIED APPLES. 3J , , 3.S 22 (3) 23 18 (a) 20 15(3 18 12 (U) 17 STORE CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, iV Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb per lb Choice .. to 2 2f to yt to ' .tar j V. lA SUGAR. COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, If you instruct ancy tn 3K 4 CANNEP GOODS, RAISINS, ETC. Chopped Poolings Evaporated, " " In i Halves, per lb Quarters per lb Peeled, per lb Ponrs per lb sacks PEACHES. 3 2 1 fl to VA to IK to by, to to tn to to 2J4 VA 8 4 to placo a certain amount of advertising for .you in thotvaywo think will do you the most (rood, you should Bend nn explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make Bultablo arrangements for payment, your order will then receive all tho attention that It requires. uj If you wisb prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to bo told what papers you should use, nnd what the cost will bo, wo will furnish tho advertisement and tho plan either or both, and submit them for your consideration, together with our bill for tho service In offering to the public Ifie if rvlce o'f the following breeding Mock, wo do, not heitte to toy that we believe It to be an gnftd ai can be found In tha state. Not only wel.brod on the side of their sires, but equally as ,wl11' In a breeder, through their dams a very ImporUnt thlrg In fact everything in the Illaokberrlej per lb wharf: 3 3 3J city GEO. YEAKEL&CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. HAV, ORAIN, PIMM). y Wo quoto prirej on Louisvillo Gfoceff&Confecfionefj Line Thankful for past favors. Respectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in waiting upon you. Was sired ahd foBlded at Lexington, Ky. This high stylo Kentueky saddle italHon will make the season of 18U2 at my place one nil It) j east 01 isewlay vine on tho Louisvillo road. Bourbon Denmark Pedigree. ? Fo Strictly cholco Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw Cholco white Choice shelled HAY. 12 00 13 00 10 SO M 11 50 10 00 (a) II 00 S 00 6 SO For preparing advertisernenty, Sellers' Liver Pills. Act Directly on the Liver. ennxs) tion, RuitrxATisx, Puis, Paititatioh orTnnIIunT, Diizinisj, TonriD IMyxh, CoATIDToXOUS, SLZZrUIMSSS, ANDA1X. Diseases or tqb Lrrxn and SioxAcrr. II ctntM and rxvin, Dtspimi, SrcElItiDAcnc, Bilious Colic, Cokstita. CORN. 42 44 J'. H. Moorman, Manager. No, OATS. 2 oats y 45 (jj) 44 electrotypes and estimates tho advertiser pays us. Forttiocxpensuof iiiuuuiK uuvuruucmenw anu waicn-in- n the fulfillment of contract wo aro paid by a commission allowed by tho publisher of tho paper in which tho advertisement appears. Denmark whs sired bv Denmark, bo bv Ned Oalne's Denmark I by race horse, Diomede. he bv Imnnrted Il&d- 1st. Dam by Ball Stocking, , ?d.j Keford. uam ujr unxj vruciteii. .vi, tiara oy jioan- naa. 4in. tiatn by Uerlrand, ath. Dam .by itignianuer. 1 Bourbon . "j OYER THE STATE. Seed oats No. 2 No. 2 Red 40 40 45 43 85 81 If you want to learn WHEAT. Long Berry wheat MISCELLANEOUS. yon do not "feci very well," a elnglo pill at bed-tlm- o stimulates tha etomich, restores tho appetite, Imparts vigor to tho system--. They euro all diseases llko magic, (let the right kind. 8GLLBRS' LIVER TILLS. Sold by druggists. Bend for circular. SELLERS MEDICINE CO., Pittsburgh. Fa. Tt tnpl Tnllow, per bbl Beeswax Sorghum per gallon Choice Mich, bulk per bu Choice Nortbem Ind, " Poor to rued. Mich. 20 22 25 all newspapers, send $5 for tho American Nowspapcr Directory. For any further Information address all the Ins and outs of advertlsln without any cost or trouble, reai d Printers' ink rogularly, carefully. studiously; Issued weekly, $3 a year. If you wish a complete cataloirao of You will notice from this renowned aire's breeding that he Is backed up by the straagttt families of Denmarks on the slra's side elear hsok to thoroughbreds. On his dam's; side, he has some of the be-- t cruso,i nf uddlo families to be had, strongly ba'okcd up by thorough, bredi, both on slro and dam.' side. Note. IUIA1UM 't GEO. P. ROWELL Newspaper Advertising tpputittaa r " Nor. Ind- - 42 35 38 f 1 & Bureau, C., t Description. Bourbon 1 ; ; , 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. KviL'jS- - WAYNE'S m-:-?- : OINTMENT mum XfuBft 1 FOR THROAT AND LUNG complaints, the best remedy is ryKrt rr 7 without anj i&Uraal inaniriiia mns lan & tar. kDiamftllrh nil fftnintkini An tha fa s banal, unit An 11.. tm pro wuiMtnanfUtll' vs W U t4 Ad.lffM Db. Homo Grown per barrel From store 2o to So per bu higher. .in ji 15 (ia I 25 t.''''W.''4 Sclentlflo American Agenoy for . Michigan, hand pioked Indiana Navy " Common nnd colored Flat and mixed BEANS. I 1 cir( us to 60 to 1 75 50 to I CO 75 to 1 00 1 00 JOrOUCU, ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival " " from store A large number of FRUIT Hardinsburg AYER'S In colds, At the TREES Nursery, CAUllAaE. I'or crate from store CELERY. Fancy whito plume, per dot Choice ' Choice Oroen, Choice Choice 2 25 to 2 SO 2 60 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 50 jj222JE GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Denmark (s a beautiful bay bands high and has as much natural stvla aa any stallion In the state, and' Is as flse a breeder as can be found. He breeds bis eqlla with style and finiih. Solid oolors arid rdeatyv of site. Itrceds very strongly after lilnmlf, eight out or every ten going the gaits by th mother's side lie transmits his saddle quail-- , ties very readily, because his gfllts natural and not acqulted. lie goes alllie gaits easily, but especially to be adeslrST '14 11 ' his running walk, 4 Canary Bird Is an Inbred Ulaofc rV'irriar, WA hands high, black! with aly points, will be fourvearsxld 27th iirWvni Is of fine carriage and splendid aettoa. wtykT ocKTy unno, it 111 serves limned awbr at . mares. 1.2: 'i.6d -- .ft. .01 .o: h IT, f JAOK. Gherry Pectoral I'or next f.ilt dclU cry, Ordcrwhnt you want. Aii)lhlng wc haven't on hand, we will procure It for you at the lowest rates. Manager Hardinsburg Nursery, HARDINSBURO ,KY APPLES. Fancy Ben Davis and Rome Beauties ' Fancy Wine Saps 35 to 40 20 to 25 )0 to 20 Reapers and Mowers, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich lean Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Uarrel. Plaster Hnir, Drills, vi TRHUfi mAHKO, DESIGN PATENTS) COPYRIGHTS, eto. For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO., SGI llnoADWAT. New YOBK. Oldest bureau for securing patents tn America. Kvery patent taken out by us Is brought before the publlo by a notice gtveu tree of ebarxe la the I UAVlAia, f iiimuijq Vau " 2 25 Grain to to to to to to to to 2 00 2 00 1 75 1 1 ZACK. GREEN, t Miss Hannah, a young school teacher, fell off a log whilo crossing a crook, near Claryville, and camo near drowning. Ji. hay barn, containing seventy-fiv- e tons of hay and a largo quantity of machinery, was destroyed by firo at 8hcpherdsvillo. Loss 1000. Fancy Oennottlng Choice , x bronchitis, la grippe, and croup, it is Prompt to Act sure to cure. In n littlo fmiiily qtinrrol between two negro fmnilics, in Louisville, pistols nnil razor were tlio principal weapons used, Another Btrong effort Is belnc inadu to anil two men and ono woman wero per- get tho mall service restored to tho Ilnvo vonr haps fatally wounded. Green river packets. at this otlico Fanoy Creenlng Fancy Baldwins Inferior grades ' 1 75 1 75 1 co I 00 1 50 1 75 2 00 2 25 fmnWiu Qmtftm TERMS. Bourbon Denmark Is ,"' '$12.00 rrf o- 76 00 Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring kept nn hand. Orders accompanied by cnoh prompt It dllnd. Larsest circulation of any sdentlflo paper In tho No Intelligent world. Bplendldlr llluttrateil. rata snonia be without It, Weekly. 83,00 a jtiunn rw tuti biz raonins. Aonrei York. a. w VimustiEUS, 3(11 llroadwar. New To Injure a living colt, payable wlna aalt foaled, If mare should ba sold ortradedOsT, the money will be due at time of salt or parting therefrom G 85 2 25 2 50 1 Valuable Property for Sale. Canary Bird - - - $10.00 IE3:oii.sG 5c ZuOte By MISS TT. MOORMAV. For further Information see DR. OWKN, To insure a live colt, payab wltMt ao'K U foaldod, If msre should he sold' or ittdti off. tbemoner will be due at the tiw f salt at linrxm nml lmL-- hill nVtntwl parting (herefrom. Mo responsibility far aaaMttir r Mares kept on easy tarns, v- - D Wri ,, . ; OhM. HDrury.- -