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Digital page images are linked to the text file. . , pr AdrertlilBg Is Not ft Bids Issue. tt should lixvetho precedence of all other questions In tlie mlncj'of tlie tnerchnnt who nlms at success. great merqlmiitj' owe thilr suctes to Judicious advertising, s t The-tfu(- IJtlXLI PRISONER 5KARsd f fRED-R- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1892. la Memory of Hugh Roberts, Who ' Died May 22nd, 1800. The years hate rolled their golden waves, upon the shore o( Time) The hopes and fears, tho smllea and tears, of every land and clhnc, Have drifted with the Iketlnj; hours, as sped the circling days,' And gone to throw their Joy and woe with those of other Mays. Two years ago, when dawned the May, we lit- tie dreamed the ending, Nor did we think that wc should drink the bitter draught depending J We little thought the rosy hours, so full of light and bloom, Would fade and pill and gather all the depths of woe and gloom. Young hearts made laughter for our home Joy winged the fleeting hours, And made life seem, like I'oets dreim, a path way strewn with flowers; nut Heaven sent with its blessings, earth's measureless depths of pain ; For the Heaper Death, with Icy breath, severed our circle In twain. so full of a prom. Dear Hugh, so merry-heartetse bright. To do and to dare, with neer a care, save that to know he was right. Strange to see him lying so still and pale and cold In dreamiest rest, while on his breast, his pas- she hands we fold. Stricken v Itlmolrei Oondeiicii- d that ydu can v In 1 .rtr I. nn '" build up confidence In your business prise so awutiy ana sureiy uj r"y-'""S- j jud.clout.JT, Keep jour name ceiore J'UllilC. TV nin ! J VOL. XVI. no. m IF YOU ;k iv l"!' VE Continue to buy and sell, and got grain notwithstanding tho fact of a dull season and hard times on 4SjyvF MJafcaRvT Kit HK-'-- j,' OOPVRIQHT Vffo' El' CALHOUN ASSOCIATION BT AMERIOAN PREtt 191. 4 t H i ' In May, 1800, a fow days nfter the gninil roviow In Washington (tho envelope is postmarked May 16), 1 received a The secret of our letter of a few lines from Bell. The success lies in the chirogrnphy wns very much liko that we buy tho fact dono with his right hand. Ho was then nt Knoxville and had just been mustered out. He wrote, not in the old spirit of ! intenso nQcction for tho Union and myself, nor with the old burning hate for the rebellion, but with a manly restraint thnt showed, oven more than his wildest Manufacture the torrents of profanity or his fiercest prayers, the supremo satisfaction that hnd come to liia heart, bringing with it a calm nfter tho four years of deadly storm. Captain Dell begged me to como down r?v to see him in July. Ho was going to And sell at the make his homo at Grcenvillo for the present, and Molly MacNeal, whose father was now dead, was coming over to meet him, and they were "to bo mara ried on sight," on tho 10th. Although I was not in tho best travel.1 prices. ing condition myself, for 1 wus on In addition to this crutches, I was once moro my own master, and J determined to bo present at every barrel of flour the wedding of my friend. On tho Oth sell is guaranteed we of July 1 reached Greenville, which had then risen into much importance as tho and if not found as home of President Johnson. Some of represented, can be the citizens showed mo with prido his returned. This places old shop and the sign, "A. Johnson, you on the safe side, Tailor." Our provost marshal at Greenville, on my making inquiry about Cap-tui- n you can not do and Dell, said: better than send us "Captain Tom Boll is dead." "Dead!" 1 exclaimed, and I felt giddy your orders. and cold. "How long has he been dead? appreciWe will Where did ho die? How did ho die?" ate them and do our In response to my torrent of questions, tho provost told mo that on July 1 Bell best to please you. went to Bristol to seo a friend one of Respectfully, his men, who was still in hospital. He expected to be back on tho 2d, for? ho was taking an active part in the preparations tho Union people of Green villo were making to celebrate this particular Fourth with fitting ceremonies und rejoicings, but he did uot return. Briefly, this is the story: Tho mountaineers who had been in tho Union army were returning homo with their discharges and an unusual amount of IRVINGTON, KY. monoy for them in their pockets. Many of these men were assembled at Bristol when Bell reached there. Despite the precaution of the provost and his guard, whisky was to be had, and a majority of tho returned Union men' kept drunk, when out of tho guardhouse, and many of the veterans of Lee's and Johnston's armies were forced, not ' Ever before tho Tublfc to reluctantly, to join in these orgies'. soldiers in BrisAmong the ! tol at that time was a sergeant of the -. First Federal North Carolina named Burns, with whom Bell had had a fight John W. when they were boys of nineteen that We have recently purchased. i Dwlght's entire itock of Clothing, Hat, La- , was three years before tho war. Bell dlttt,' Gent's, Misses' Shoes. We are de termined to do the business by . supposed thut tho quarrel was forgotten, for he had frequently met Burns afterward, both before and during tho war, without having it alluded to. But on , EVERYBODY. this occasion Burns was drunk. convlnco you we are doing; It and give Bell was very ubstemious for n mouna faint Idea wbul wo are doing, will quote taineer. His friends induced him to enyou a few prlcei. ter a saloon, or somo placo where liquor was secretly sold. Burns came in soon r the after, with a pistol in his belt and muriltftlO For Men'i fino shoes in-- Lace fc Con- , der in his drunken eyes. $1.5 can grefi worth F or Youth's fine tboea In Lace and Con- i pn, Hot words, oaths, then two men stood $1.50 .will greta, worth.., facing each other with pistols. Burns thlrj? Fur Ladies' fine shoci in Lace and Out 1.30 was shot through the shoulder and Bell ton wortb fell dead with a bullet in his heart. ' Vor Ladies' One shoes In Sprlngheel Tip $1.50 I met ft Confederate Tennesseean who Sutton, worth Ky. for Ladles' raodlum weight Chamois linhad seen the fight, and he safd: ..$1.50 ed, Lace and Button, worth will! "Hit was all on account of Tom's u.in ' For Ladies' Qrain Lace and Button, right arm bein gone. You see tho trig. $1.00 worth ger kinder ketcbed in his belt and ha lost a good three seconds. Ef hit hadn't been fo' that hit'd n been goodby Mr. For .Men's Russets fine shoes. " Full Stoek Urogans. Burns." K Ladles' Fine Tip Oxford Tics. Bell's body was brought down and " Don'f fall to so our traried at Knoxville. This had been done before my arrival " On my return from Knoxville I stopped LBargain Counter. Comists of again at Greenville, whero I learned Ladies' Fine Shoes, piif that Miss MacNeal was still a guest of - , Lace " ' the Rev. Mr. MacElroy. I called, nor "Cloth " was I disappointed to find that she was " Missies' FIb"5 Ymi will be aur(rjicid to see what great barneither a Hobo in youthful beauty nor a gains you oan get. Minerva in intellect Miss MacNeal bad brown hair, a litho form, keen gray j eyes and a chin and mouth Uiat indiLinen Shades and Screens chenper than ever cated masculine force of character. Her .lie. For Lace Curtains, Sold For $1 25 teeth were excellent, for sho did not 1.74 " " 1,26 " plain calico. - J.JO 2.00 dip. bhe was dressed in a " " " " " le aa oya She would not have worn mourning if ,U1 ocnmi Um a" thero wero goods of that kind for salo oolVa, '8 !tt " " Mlpo.'tto Shades " " in Greenvillo at that timo and she had lBjrr rasvif,' had tho money to buy them. She was y the not the woman to purado hor grief at , luallv the dictato of fashion, and then it was woo"'11!"" ) vrEUY 0IIEAP-- . not the custom of tho mountaineers. it Miss MacNeal, though romarkably clear headed and intelligent, was not a. Jer'PUIn White Goods worth T,i even fairly well educated, but it was "- " " l0 " " natural that Tom Boll should seo in. her " ' 2 " i" " " irrlnr, a model of all feminine excellences. We 7? 'TwMty.ure oinrni puierm oi cinurow .ly , yIW, cheaper than Tr sold before. talked freely about my dear friend, but 1 MXl. her voice never broke and hor eyes never -- " 7 moistened. The lines at tho corners and iter o( Trad ba hn ejitra good this Season. b the set of the lips told of along experiaaUHi we bare the, styles and prices to cult with life's sorest trials and a familBring your wool and get some ence rarJM. iarity with death, in its most violent bargains, tfm forms, I gavo her the little present X 3.00 f had brought down for tljo wedding, and & U tho received it without any sign of led Of, . 'bbahdbnburq, ky. emotion. But this did not shock me. I jarthad learned much of tho character of these remarkable people, and my heart 0.00 told mo that the heart that loved Tom FOR Bell was worthy his long devotion. nit (l HUM that Tom a.(ircd me, wKb comical aorlousniss, ho was practicing writing with his left hand In "his odd time," and as noon as ho bad becomo aufllclontl) expert to handlo apon you would hoar from him "over hli own flat." I havo not seen him since, but l know that ho Is with the raiders who are puxhlm; toward Lynchburg. Tho end Is right In eight. This command Is now moving into North Carolina that to join Sherman. hlstYO olijer brothers, was sent abroad before Ids' tenth year, and spoilt nine years at school in England, France and Germany. In his nineteenth year he camo home, On account of tho war. Uo was mustered into tho First Kentucky cavalry, but never served with tho regiment, bein-- r assigned to staff duty at onco. Ho sorved with Generals Scheopf, Thomas, Bncll, McPherson, Sheridan, Grant and Sherman, his skill as a topographical engineer, added to an comprehension of topography, making his services valuable in front of our armies. After the campaign on Vicksburg, General McPherson wrote a private and greatly prized letter to Captain Calhoun, in which he said: "Your nppreciatidn of topography has amazed mo. Vour hastily drafted maps and guessed at measurements have proved to bo moro accurato than tho careful estimates of the engineer corps, made with the best appliances, and then you have dono this work under conditions that no man but yourself could havo made available." to SPBING is here. So is our stock of MW GOODS! Como and oxamino COME TO our goods for yourself. Wo havo tho largest lot of LOUISVILLE Before Juno 1st, you'll havo a chance Ginghams," Ladies' Dress Goods, and at our "Great it o t 1 o nsr s. We offer you bargain Slaughter Sale in both Of Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hate and Furnishings. If you can't como you'd better send a in tho city. (. Best QUALITY AND PRICES, r Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." MAIL ORDER For anything the male portion of tho household may need. Always send tho money. If the goods wo send don't suit, you may send back tho goods and-t- l wo'll send back tho money. You'll find it particuarly desirable to help yourself now to somo of the "Good Things" in our Best! LOWEST gone In his In life's young morning Youthful prime Err his heart Is pained, or his soul is stained, with passion's tide of crime ; And we gathered May's bright roses and laid upon his bier I Tor his is the gain, and ours the pain, we murmur through falling tears. WITT & MEAD0R, HARD1NSBURG. KY. STEPHENSPORT . Boy's Department! '!' JC3a JL jEO ANDmLm) There is an honored saing, in every land and tongue, In very truth, for every youth, "Whom the Gods" love die young." This is the drop of sweetness, hid In the bitter cup, We are forced to draln,in the anguish nnd pain of yielding our loved one up. ALFRED nOCHEFOUT CALHOUN. And now while song and gladness fill the rosy hours ol day, Wc, weeping, think of the broken link, rent in our lives that May; And it makes, for us, a burden too heavy for heart to bear. Were it not for the balm, the peace nnd the calm, found iu the solace of prayer. Irington, Ky , May 10, IS9J. J. K. G. SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST AND JOSEPHBEST, Prop's. MANUFACTURER OF Where wo nro forced to do tho greatest "slaughtering" In order to unload before wo move. And besides tho " slaughter " prices, we give our celebrat ed Baso Ball Outfit ball, bat, bolt and cap free with livery Boy's Suit or..! Overcoat. Shingles, Laths, Hogshead Stays KLtj. Vice-Preside- nt LEVY'S "Louisville's G-reate- - - IRV1NGT0N MILLING COMPANY, The Best Opportunity Save Money -- UNDERSELLINa 98 Gents ffe 75 Cents '50 Cent Lace Curtains. '- Captain Calhoun's services were, and continued to be, of an exciting and delicate nature. He was captured after the battle of Missionary Ridge, spent some time in Libby, was sent south and afterward escaped from near Millen, and came through to tho Union lines. Ho went through Georgia, lost a leg in the advance on McAllister after Sherman struck the sea, and was soon nfter mustered out of service as a major. In the fall of 1805 ho becamo the liter-lar- y and dramatic critic of the Philadelphia Press. In tho spring of 1800 ho went to Mexico and served for six months as an engineer on tho staff of General Porfirio Diaz, then trying to freo our sister republic from Maximilian and the French, and he resigned only when the cause of the republic was assured. ,In the springof 1807 ho took service with the Kansas Pacific railroad and traveled through Colorado, Now Mexico, Arizona and California. He was subsequently connected with tho government surveys in the west, and went np through Washington territory to Alaska. In the full of 1808 President Johnson appointed him consul general to Japan, but after three months' deliberation and a visit to the east he declined the post and came home by way of India, Egypt and Algiers. He represented Mexico and acted as aid and interpreter for General n Sheridan during much of tho war. In December, 1871, ho married a lady of tho society of Friends, in Philadelphia, and lived in tho south for two years. In 1878 he came to New York and gave himself up to newspaper work and general literature, "pot boiling," as ho calls it. For ten years ho was Mr. Robert Bonner's "best man" on The Ledger, and in addition, ho has contributed to nearly all the magazines, literary and scientific, and kept in constant touch with the dally press. Major Calhoun during the past twenty-five yQars has written songs that nearly every one in tho English speaking world has sung, stories that millions have read, and plays that have made the fortunes of managers, yet he has never rigned his own name to them nor retained a royalty in these money making ventures. Ho has labored under the delusion that as the work was done for money it was unworthy of his name. Curiously enough, while Major Calhoun cares nothing for his talents or ac quirements save as a means to keep "the foe of famine from the fold," ho does take pride in his tireless energy, in his remarkable physical strength, in his skill as n swordsman and a rider, and in his lovely wlfo, his manly boys and his bright girls. Tho major belongs to many societies, learned, 60chl and secret, at homo and abroad, and although ho is too busy to engage in politics, he always has timo to hear the story of an old soldier, Union or Confederate, ond dollar to help him If money be needed. Franc-Prussia- And Dimension Stuff. WAS IT HINT ? Clothing House.'4 Stephensport, After Juno 1st. to bo in temporary quarters nt our "Rented Place," 32t' West Market, half a square below the old corner; to stay while tho oldHl houso goes down and tho new house goes up. A Primer coat makes a cheap man," advocates of Prohibitive taxation reverse themselves and defend tho McKinloy bill on tho plea that some kinds of cotton goods aro now cheaper than before the McKinloy bill passed. This is a fact, and if they know anything about tho bill they are defending they know it did not increase the rate of taxation on somo kinds of cotton goods. But thero is another point hero they must consider, whether thoy liko it or not. Cotton is now much cheaper than it was before tho McKinley bill passed, and by accepting rosixmsibility for this they will have some show of proving themselves entitled to claim a share in the reduction of cotton prints and shirtings. Or is it a Startler Worked Off on tionists. Tho Mossongor by the Mulhat- to increase After arguing that taxes prices aro a good thing becauso "a cheap tan of Birdseye. Perry County's Absconding Treasurer Said to Have Been Seen Near His Old Home. Wo clip this from tho Owcnsboro Messenger and let it go for what it is worth. "In 1887 Hlnton Miller, county treasurer of Perry county, Ind., ran away from Cannelton. His safe was loft open nnd it was found that ho had taken $05,000 His fiicnds of tho county's funds. claimed that ho had been robbed nnd murdered, nnd cited tho open safo nnd other circumstances to provo their theory. A diligent search was made for the missing man. Ho was a married man and left a pretty wife In a handsomo house in Cannelton. Sho lemaincd several montliB after lmr husband's disappearance, but after awhile sho turned up missing. Then it becamo certain that Miller was a tniei and that she had gone to join him. Every effort was mado to traco her, but they wore all in vein. A 'year or two as suddenly afterwards sho aR sho had left. She remained in town threo days arranging Bomo business Tho smart local detectives affairs. scrcwd their eyes on her and seemed to hover about her as constantly as did her shadow. They wero sure they could keep up with her, but when sho got ready to go sho went nnd tho detectives knew nothing about it. This was repeated two or threo times, and tho detectives concluded thoy wero not so very smart aftor all, or at least thoy conclud ed to let Mr. Miller alono. Tuesday Mrs. Miller went to Birdsoyo, in Terry county. With her was a largo and awkward woman whoso clothes fit her badly. Both wero on horseback and tho big woman was noticed as a very ungainly rider. By nnd by somo one recognized her as Miller, tho absconding treasurer. Tho officers were at onco notified nnd thoy began to search for him, but ho was not to be found. Ho was gono as if tho earth had swallowed him, nnd tho dotectives wero left without a clow by which to follow him. Tho officers nro of tho opinion that ho is in an adjoining county, and that ho Is thoroughly informed of all that goes on about his old home." Looks Fanny, Anyhow, In glancing over tho Catlettsburg Democrat nnd tho Shelbyvillo News last week a romarkablo coincidence was discovered. Tho editorial columns of tho t.wa papers bearing tho same date had nitccn paragrapns 01 a pouuciui uiuuru Identically the same, word for word. Thoir position In tho two pnpors warranted tho conclusion that thoy wero original, or to bo so considered. As tho papers wero printed on tho samo day, and miles apart, it was impossiblo for ono papor to tako from tho other. Thero may bo instances to prove that great minils sometimes move- in tho samo channel i still tha coincidence in this In- stanco was a romarkablo ono. Thero aro literary bureaus or syndldutes whoso business it is to furnish editorials mado to order, but it would probably bo unjust to suppose that cither of tho esteemed cotomporaricfl mentioned over resort to this method of embellishing their chief columns or enlightening their readers. Georgetown Times. When in need of a shirt rail on lesson for Tariff Prohibi- -- 'Curtain Poles. "White G-ood- ril W'-i- lyj Tho Treasury Statistical Abstracts, just issued, givo comparative figures of cotton prices and. tho prices of cotton goods which ought to bo interesting to all Tariff Prohibitionists who wish to know what they are talking about. In tho year 18C4 tho averago prico of middling cotton wns $1.01 J a pound. Tho nverage prico of New- - York mills bleached shirtings was 48J cents a yard ; of standard cotton prints 33V cents a in that year yard. A pound cost a little moro than twico as much as a yard of shirting and a little more than threo times as much as a yard of calico. In February, 1892, tho average prico of tho samo grado of cotton was 7.06 cents; of Now York mills bleached shirtings 10.10 cents a yard ; of standard prints 5.70 cents a yard. So in 1804 a pound of cotton would buy more than two yards of bleached shirting; whllo in February, 1892, it of a would buy not quite years of Repubyard. In tho twenty-silican taxation, tho pound of cotton lost over a yard aud a quarter in valuo measured by its own manufactured product in bleached shirtings. And this with constant improvements in the machinery for making bleached shirtings. Iu 1804, as wo havo seen, tho pound of cotton would buy over threo yards of its own product in calico. In February, 1890, it would buy not quito a yard and a third of calico. In tho meantime it yards had lost over two and Such little complaints as heartburn, of calico in its buying power over its headache, tootacho, sour stomach, etc., own manufactured product. aro not ofton fatal, but very annoying. Let us reduco these items to percentAll such troubles nro quickly cured by ages with tho buying power of cotton in Lightning Hot Drops. J.Ir. A. 0. Ilayner 1804 as tho possible. 100, and seo how tho Shops, W, Va., says : "I havo beon af- score stands. flicted with heartburn and sour stomach Per Cent, A Pound of Middling Coiton shirtings, for four years. Found no relief until I ltuylng power In price iS64K'meas- 100 urcd by its own used Lightning Hot Drops. I can hon- Buying power In shirtings, February, l8oi 37;i estly say that Lightning Hot Drops has power 62'$ Loss cured mo entirely." All dealers sell iL Buying of buying calico, In sS years . joo . 186c power In 25 and 50c. bottles. Iluying power in calico, 189.1 H i"9 ton threo-quartex two-thir- GAINES' DENMARK. " Mr. Will A. Gaines, 1st of tho Nntional Saddle Horse Breeders Association, recently discovered among some old household prqterty, left by his father tho original oil painting of Gaines Denmark, or Denmark, Jr., as ho was ealld in his day. Mr. (inines brought the" picture to Louisville this week, ana it hangs in our ofllre whprr it is greatly admired by lovers of the saddle horse. Tho picture represents the old horse as many remember him in life. Qiiues' Denmark was ono of threo stnllions got bv tho Old Rim linrsn Dnnnmrlr nrliw.li becamo tho sires of saddlers and, wo may say mo most illustrious ono. The other two wero Bob Boy and Mulr's Denmark, or Grey Denmark, as ho was sometimes called, who spent one or two years in Shelby county about 1807 and 18G8. Gaines' Denmark was black with both hind heels white, 15J hands high, with a characteristic Denmark head set on a long and slender neck, withers high nnd running well buck, short back and ribbed well to tho hips. His legs were flat, fino and clean, and feet medium in size, round and hard. His heavy tail set well and was carried bo high that it was necessary in tho show ring to weight it down with a small bag of shot, tied into tho hnir whom it could nnt lm Bonn in l,nl,1 It In proper place. There was no horso to compare with him in tho show. Ho was bred by W. V. Cromwell. Vnvnttn f.n Vu n.1,n to still living sired by Denmark . S., out ui 11 uiuiu mriucu irora j uugo bievenson of samo county. Ho was faled in 1851 uu un:u uuuui loo-jTho foregoing quotation is a clipping from tho Farmers' Homo Journal of tho 30th ult., nnd wo will further add that dames' Dontnark was tho grand-sir- o of Bourbon Denmark, tho fino stallion by Chas. II. Drury, of Bowley-villthis county. It is, also, only justice to say that Bourbon Denmark shows himself to bo a truo son of his crand- sire, by strongly exhibiting tho' blood of this lamous ancestor. Of his last year's progeny, thero Is not a sinclo colt that does not go all tho gaits, whilo yet at its mother's sklo. . now-owne- d o, HimnMHsMMawnHnHann Third Street Plaiting Mi MANUPACTUKEItS OP 1;- - Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Bra DOOR & WINDOW FRAMES, MOULDIKflS. Wo wish to inform the Building Tublic that tho Third Street Planing MilNa lcen refurnished with tho latest Improved machinery, and that wood-workin- g uro now rcauy 10 lurnisu an Kinus 01 uuiiucrs material in our lino, sucn as xioorin Ceiling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, &c. Can furnish material either in Poplaror Long Leaf Yellow Pino, .tho finest)! finishing lumberover in this city. Have just received 150,000 feet of clear seasoned Yellow a large shipment of PopliHnd nr a SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS: Wo aro able to compete with any other planing mill in this section of countr and you can savo ten per cent, by seeing us before purchasing elsewhere. Tho trado of Breckenridgo and Perry counties especially solicited. Third Street Planing Mill. r 1 nuFRPnnT. ifv 1 HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO., East Main St., -:E- :TC2r-:i:fcT:ESFrom I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL It Must be Carlisle. "If It cannot bo Cleveland, then It must bo Carlislo j" or, "if tho nomination must como west, it must go to Carlisle," may bo found in that portion of Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, tho Democratic press of Kentucky, deCano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. voted to Cleveland nnd believing him to Keep in Sttick Now and Second-han- d Machinery, bo tho choico of tho peoplo for the Pres-denc- FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. y. Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, Clothing. Struck it Rich. Andrew Jackson Kclm, of Samplo, one of the oldest citizens in tho county has Loss of buying power In a$ years This Is tho score of twenty-eig- ht SJ5-- 9 years gfl GEO. YEAKEL CO. lad off - ill : 01 Dogwood ' AND " ry. ' ; ' ' Persimmon Ri S. ROBINSON, 1011 Street, LOUISVILLE, jCY. Jceb just been inado comparatively wealthy in his old and needy days, by getting a pention of $12 a month with back pay Tuesday he amounting to $.1,111.33. camo down to this city accompanied by 'Squiro J, W. Jarrett, of Stephonsport, who had been instrumental in procuring his pention, and deposited $2,800 in the Breckenridgo Bank for safo keeping. END. TUB Mr. Kelm applied for a pension soon ALFRED nOCHETOBT CALHOUN. after tho war and had several different persons helping him, but to no good reBrier Sketch of the Author of "A Pris- sult until ho employed tSquire Jarrett in oner of War." lils behalf, when he soon got things Major Calhoun wag bom in Kentucky straightened out right, and tho big draw Nov. 80, IMS. His" father, a southern of back pay was the result of the long deman, was educated in Europe, sad tlmre lay. The Nkws congratulates the old tjpeat his early manhood. Alfred, like gentleman on his good; fortune. of Republicanism, and it shows that in spito of all improvements to cheapen manufacture tho prico. ot theso standard cotton cloths is immensely higher now as measured by tho material from which they aro mado than in 1805. This is a primer lesson for Tarifl Pro hibitionista. As thoy feel their need of others, let them name tho articles and it will bo as easy as it is in this case to show them tho meaning of their own administration's statistics. St. Louis Re- Tho unfailing Blgns of tho timo aro Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, that It cannot bo Cloveland, therefore it Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, must bo Carlisle The statement has And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. been mado, and perhaps correctly, that HSr PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. is the undoubted choice of tho Cloveland peoplo and not tho choico of tho politiCorrespondence solicited. cians ; but the fact that but two States havo declared for him, of all tho States O-IV.A. holding conventions, must be taken at tho strongest evidences that oven though J. M, HARPER,. MNIEL BROOKS. their choice, tho peoplo do not bellevo J. 0. BOURNE, ho can bo elected. If It wero not for that belief not all tho politicians in tho BROOKS & CO., States could havo prevented tho adoption of positive instructions for him. Politicians may and do control conventions, but could not have controlled tho desire of tho peoplo for Cloveland, had not that desire been controlled by thoir CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. judgmont. It is timo for serious consideration of facts as thoy are, not as sincere and honBOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILIXkY. orable preferences would desire facta to bo. Kentucky Journal. rCJOjOOO. V B TJS j. BOURNE, HARPER. Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Capital, The Tradesmens National Ban Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When 1 OF THE CITY OF NEW YOBK. 201 BROADWAY. Orgasdntl 11 public Early Risers, Early Risers, Early Risers tho famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and nervousness. For sale by Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Har-dinebu- Dby was sJck, bee-ur- s.to her CartotU. SUU Bask lSM-U- adK wneowewMAiaiu.orfedforCutorl, Wbea the Mice, site XUeat X Act IMS, """"""': ' olaae to CtetorW, Jmm B, J, D, wlMiiMiuulCUim,tiaweUCMtaraA. faikiM. Fni'i. UinlmTw-hi- Oliw I hef, n P' i w- -- 'l II IWHIUIIIIIMllfW BSECKENRIDGE 5NESDAY, , NEWS. 18, 1802. MAY A VIRGIL G. UAMIAGK, Editors and Proprietor. & Card. tb, &T. Local Time 10.01 a.m. Express going Bait ml. wight :. " " " West Wett -- 10.44 Eatt a.m. Eait Wait 5.S7 p.m. 9.48 n.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.0& a.m. ANNOUNCEMENT. ' A f Mardlniburp, at a candidate to represent the Pdmtocracvtof the Fourth Conirrciiilnn.il Dlitrlrt Jithej(jKatlonal Democratic Convention at "I IIW. anttin. 11.(1 frt a nrn..nr. Tl T7 Ttanv.l JCV1 ire authorized to announce It. S. Sklllman date for reelection to the office! of Clr. )t;Clerk, subject to the action of the Doparty. V.fln.MU V1U.&, UUIilUli 11.tl -: t VflLrt authorized to an nouncc A. M. Glaseo w " MBM Mllll. a n rancilil.il.. fnr nirri.lt Court ' jeci to me action ot the Democratic ic authorized to announce las. I. Stewart r Aster, at a candidate for Circuit Court to the action of the Democratic are authorized to annoucc Granville S. n. a a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk. t to the action of the Democratic party. THE K. P. ' A. Press nation nt Lexington, tho "Queen 01,1110 state, last week, was ono of tinost pleasant in its history. Lexlng-peoparo well up in the art of en- gaining and know how to make a Ken- dan feel proud of his state and that Ington is Just a littlo "Quecnlier" h most any other city in it. "While ft o admit that it is tho greenest and most lone spot in God's country, thero are or two other spots in tho stato where flowers aro just as fragrant, tho girls list as pretty and tho peoplo just as hoa- able as in tho Queen City wo liavo mind the pushing and growing city of hvensboro nnd the beautiful and lovely city of Paducah. ( .Tho Ortcra house, whero tho Associat ion met, is n handsomo building, large beautifully flnishca,and onthisocca- rwas a perfect bevy of flowers, flags bunting, exquisitely arranged, and red that artistic hands had aided in vork. "Wo were informed that tho pi the city had tho matter in targe, ind it was to them alone tho t'WHS duo for tho beautiful and ar- sflecta. Tho women, God bless 'em, Clnj)r band on every occasion, and meeting without them would bo stalo affair. r Davidson, ono of tho wealthiest lost progressive' men in Lexington, Dat and hearty address w clcomed tho i tho city, and aidod by his littlo car-ol- d son, Muster Merritt, and Jayard Kailey, both dressed in ifhityBult8 of white, turned over thokoy ) city to President Summers and tho elation. This was ono of tho happi- niost striking features of the le Xho meeting of tho Kentucky Journal, was secvlury treasurer, an olllco whic'i ho has filled so satisfactorily for ycars.( Tho association then adjourned WiictfY. While tho business of tho associatipn was over, tho festivities had only just begun, Tto crowning event of tho occasion was t!'o trip (o Ashland, the old homo of Homy Clay, and now owned by that prince of Kentucky Stockmen, Mnj. II. C. McDowell. Tills is truly tC typical Kentucky Homo, nnd it seems that nature has exerted itself in lending its hand to mako it so. Here an elegant luncheon was served to 200 guests. It was ono of tho most graceful and beautiful affairs in tho shape of a luncheon that wo havo ever attended. Major McDowell and his most estimable wife did tho honors in a way that Is proverbial to tho Kentucky host and hostess. After tho luncheon tho great trotting coleb-ritie- s, Dictator, tho sire of Director, Phallys and and grand siro of Direct 2:00, and Nancy Hanks 2:09. Tho handsome stallion, King Itcne, who has won more prizes than any other horso in America, was also exhibited on the beautiful lawn back of tho mansion. Maj. McDowell said that ho paid $25,000 for Dictator when ho wos twenty years old. Ho is now twenty-ninnnd when asked in regard to his value, said he was not for sale. There wero many other noted stallions in tho group, representing in value over a hundred thousand dollars. The Stato Collego was next visited, aud here, as elsewhere, luncheon was the wortl. President Patterson greeted tho party in a welcome address. Tho soveral departments wcro visited, and every visitor was impressed with the iniport-nnc- o of this institution nnd tho great good it was doing for the young men of tho State. The meeting wound up with tt banquet at the Hotel, at which a most tempting tiu was .served to "oO guests. J. lie wholo nflitir from beginning to finish was a perfect ovatiou, and Lexington will over have a tender spot in tho heart of ever' Kentucky newspaper man present. c, e, c C " fii MRDIISBURG DEPARTMENT. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIHO v; WIST. K18T. Passenger Dally nrr. IIardimbnrg..l2:42 p.m. OOIHO Passonger Dally arr. llardlDiburg.. 7i50 a.m New hats, shoes, etc., at Beaad &. Beeler's. Fresh bread always on hand at Hnrdin A Brown's. Mr. T. J. Jolly, Bewloyville.wasln the city last Monday. For pure drugs and medicines go to Beard A Beeler. Bill Hook is in Louisville this week doing tho races. Tho placo to buy your family groceries is at Hardin A Brown's. Mrs. Lillio E. Low is has gone to Terra Iiautc,Iiid., on a visit to her brother and sister. Mrs. Owen Raltt and Miss Emma Kasoy, of Cloverport, are visiting Mrs. Judgo Board. Mr. Thomas Ditto and wife, of Brandenburg, wero in tho city last Saturday and Sunday. Weighed In tho balanco nnd found nil O. K. Homestead Tobacco Grower Beard A Beeler. for Mr. Ed. S. Foote, Phillips Bros., A McAtee, was in tho city last Friday. A life size crayon portrait given away with every $10 worth of goods at Mrs. S. A. Haflby A Co's. Mr. Walter Clark wont to Irvington lost Saturday. It was hia first visit to that thriving city. Hardin A Brown will try to supply this town with a lot of fresh vogetablesdtirlng District Conference. Nrs. Broutchio Hestcn is putting some pretty extensive repairs on her dwelling house on Main street. Tho paint and new paper on the inside of the M. E. church South lias improved its appearance wonderfully. Beard A Beeler havo a good supply of tho old reliablo Homestead Fertilizer mado by Michigan Carbon Works. Don't fail to call at Mis. S. A. Haflby A Co.'s, and sco those beautiful life size portraits given away with every $10 wortli of goods. Wo wero in error last week in stating that cards had been sent out announcing the marriago of Dr. N. C. Moscly and Miss Blanche Beard. Tho wedding will take place as announced, but no cards of invitation were sent out at all. Henry Harned has an eyo to business in building up his town out at Harned Wo understand ho gave away Station. eight or ten lots out there recently as an inducement to parties to build on them and boom the ton n. Of courso-- this will improve tho value of the remainder of his lots and induce patties to buy them and build on them. Thero was quite a crowd of spectators hero last Monday from the Custer country to witness the trial of tho caso of the Commonwealth vs John Cook, on a bastardy warrant, sworn out against him by Miss Dora Brunor, of that locality. Both parties aro well known thero, and owing to their prominence, n good deal of interest was worked up in tho case. Tho trial lasted the best portion of the day, nnd after the testimony was all in the caso was given to tho jury, and they returned it verdict against the defendant, adjudging him to pay tho sum of $500 for tho support of the child, during a period of twelve years. In company with Mr. W. H. Bowmer last week, wo visited the Woolen mills now in construction at Owcnsboro. It is ono of tho enterprises which Owensboro peoplo prido themselves upon. The stock is owned by somo of tho leading citizens of the place, and they look for great things to grow out of it as soon as it gets fairly under way. Mr. James Cate, who Is so well known in Western Kentucky as the manufacturer of tho Cate brand of woolen goods, is to bo tho manager of tho mills, nnd this it would seem will givo n ready salo for their brands. Tho building in which the machinery has been put is largo and roomy, nnd was originally built for a distillery. It is three stories high and situated in tho lower part of tho town. It Is easily reached by the street railway. Mr. Cato informed us that they wero putting in all of tho latest improved machinery, and would bo ablo to mako as flno brands of woolon goods ns could bo Ho has had long exfound anywhere. perience in the business, nnd formerly operated mills at Rumsey, Ky. Another manufactory just going up in Owensboro is tho brick and tilo works. Wo wcro not so well impressed with tho out look of this plant. It hardly comes up to the same kind of plant for manufacturing brick, as thoso at Cloverport. Tho Cloverport works aro much larger, and aro better constructed. Another thing that would seem to be in tho way of their success, is that thoy havo to get all their clay form a distance However, tlicso manufactories nre bring money and peoplo to Owensboro. A bank director told us that money matters wero easy in that city, and a good man could gel all the capital ho wanted Thoro aro nine on very short 'notice banks in tho place, and nil of them do a good and safo business. Real estate too, is on a boom in Owensboro just now. You can't buy a foot of ground anywhere within tho city limits except that you pay a fancy prico for it. Several now additions havo been added Wo witnessed tlto to tho city lately. salo of some of tho lots in tlicso new additions, and thoy all wentoir readily at good prices. Tlicso additions are building up too, and tho city is spreading out considerably. Ono over zealous resident of tho town remarked that thoy would thousand inhabihave over twenty-fiv- e tants in the town within tho noxt flvo or six years. This is hardly probablo, but Owonsboro shows unmlstakablo evidence of thrift, nnd is decidedly on tho move Tho Democracy of Breckenridgo county met Jn Mass Convention nt Hardin book-keeper ident Summers responded, on bo- tho Association, in one of his elo- It seems from nn opinion handed cnt and.hppy addresses, for which ho otcd. Uol. bummers is an orator and down in tho case of tho Stato against the -- insntucky Press is proud of him. Frankfort and Henry County Lotteries, to go into full details of this notablo that tho lottery business is not to bo brokting and tell of all tho good things en up. Judgo Toney holds that tho lottery saw, heard, ato and drank, would ill! companies have vested rights which the vend columns of the News. Our read Now Constitution cannot impair. This ers can imagine most anything they may be so, but tho opinion of Judgo want to in tho lino of entertainment and Tonoy is not n finalty. The wholo matLhijft the talo won't bo half told. ter will bo heard again in the Court of Krom tho Onera house we adjourned Appeals. tojainner at tho Phoenix, (the only placo tho city to which wo wcro not provid- The Hardin county Democrats hao ed;with koys.) After a good dinner at called a primary election for tho firat this historic hotel, (everything is histor Monday in August to nominate a candiic or noted in Lexington,) tho Belt Rail date for Circuit Court Clerk. Thero as way Company tendered Its handsome here, there aro a half dozen candidates electric cars and two hundred of us for tho place and tho matter is to bo "knights o( tho quill" with wives and settled by a primary. A liko inovo should sweethearts hied ourselves to tho histor- bo mado here. ic race courso of tho Kentucky Association. Hero all tilings wero at our disposal Fon divine sentiment, sweet language except tho winning horso and two or and beautiful rhythm and rhymo tho I itljreo hours wero most enjoyably spent. tribute to tho memory of Hugh Roberts, Il'lio grounds aro beautiful, handsomely published in another column, cannot bo laid out with stands and tracks. A new surpassed. All lovers of the beautiful o lias just been built, and it 'Should not fail to read it, and when you was in tho dining room of this houso have read it, go back and read it again. rfwhoro tho members wcro served with a fpiandsomo luncheon. From tho raco And now como James P Stewart and Jkcourse tho electric cars wero again plac-$e- d Granvillo S. Wilson, two other good at our disposal, and a trip around tho Democrat, as candidates for Circuit "'city occupied tho remainder of tho oven-- v Court Things are surely Clerk. ing. beginning to bear the appearance of life Lexington is improving rapidly, and in local politics, aud wo can all look for thero aro many handsome residences go- a lively Democratic primary. ing up all over tho city. Sho behoves in vitrified biick, and wo noticed many President McCrackon will havo to streets that wero being torn up for the como over hero from Now York and look purpose. Tho brick, though, don't com- after tho present status of his Texas pare with tho Cloverport article, cither road. Some parties have sold it for him in shape, color or in point of durability. two or three times, and all that Is reOurs aro tho best brick in tho country, quired now is a delivery. audit won't bo long before tho country ' finds it out cither. The Standard Oil Company is negotiate "" At night a business session of tho Asing for tho purchaso of 100,000 acres sociation was held in tho Court-housof tho Kentucky oil fields in tho Southern Mr. Arthur Y. Ford delivered tho an part of the State. nual oration, and it was a masterpieco of eloquence and logic. Mr. Ford is ono of A in i.i, authorizing a survey for a ship tho brightest young men on tho Ken- canal fiom l4iko Krio to tho Ohio river tucky Press, and is taking first rank at Pittsburg has been passed by tho among its members. Miss Lila Bell, of Senate. tho Georgetown Times, read a splendid It is said that Congress will ndjourn in paper on "Tho Littlo I Know About a Country Newspaper." Judging from tho August, but that tho Kentucky Legistono of tho young ladies' paper, sho lature may go on forever. knows a great deal about running a There is more Catarrh in this section country paper, aud has had considerable of tho country than all other diseases experience along that lino. Miss Bell read her paper splendidly and it was put together, and until tho last fow years was supHscd to bo incurable. For a heartily enjoyed by all. Tho crowning event for tho youngsters great many years doctors pronounced it camo noxt. It was tho ball at tho Phoe- n local disease, and prescribed local remnix. Hero tho beauty and elite of tho edies, and by constantly falling to cure city wcro gathered and tripped tho mer- with local treatment,, pronounced it inry hours, away far into tho morning. curable Sclenco has proven catarrh to This was Mayor Davidson.s trihuto to tho bo a constitutional disease, and therefore Kentucky Press aud right royally did ho requires constitutional treatment. Hall's do It. Wednesday morning another Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. short business session was held, at which Chenoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only several interesting papers wcro read, and constitutional euro on tho market. It is the officers for tho ensuing year elected. taken internally in doses from 10 drops Th presidency was given Mr. 0. M. to a teaspoon (ul. It acts directly upon HMeham, of the Hopkinsvillo Kcntuck-lm- i, tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho the wit of the Kentucky Press, and system. Thoy offer ono hundred dollars the vice presidency to Mr. Bam J. Rob for any caso it fails to cure. Fendforclr. ot the Lexington Leader, ono of the cularsnnd testimonials. Addrcws. F. J. OHENKY fc CO., Toledo,). hteat and iwafc mpers in Lexington. by Druggist, 75c. Hem club-house. Tiieiik aro few bettor counties in Kentucky than Breckenridgo. While wo do not produce as many fine horses and as many blooded cattle as some other counties do, still our condition upon the whole is far above an average. Before the building of our railroads, transportation was neither so rapid or convenient and Improvements generally wero slow, but now they seem to go right ahead. In the towns this is particularly noticeable. In tho county thoy aro not so marked, and it is not because of so much poor land, altogether, but tho dilliculty seems to bo to get to tho land. A system of good roads would avoid this and increase tho value of farm lands very materially. It is a fact that as regards public roads, our county is badly at fault. With good county roads our farmers, in connection with everybody else, could bo more independent. burg, Saturday, May 14th. Tho meeting was called to order by Chairman W. K. Barnes. W. E. Minor roso to a question of personal privilege and withdrew his name from tho raco for District Delegate to tho Chicago Convention. On motion of B. F. Beard, W. E. Minor Tho was elected permanent chairman. chair appointed tho following Commit-tc- o on resolutions: J. E. Monarch, James P. Stewart, R. P. Shacklctt, Dr. N. C. Mosoly and R. C. Richardson. Tho committee offered tho following resolutions, which wcro adopted: Whereas, tho battlo for Tariff Reform has becomo an aggressive principle of Democracy against iniquitous burdens of taxation on tho necessaries of tho consumer by unconscious contributions of tribute in favor of favored classes and Prot"cted monopolies, continued in tho interest of magnates and millionaires corporations or individuals,' under tho guise of rovenuo and protection) for tho support of the govcrment and infant industries. our adhesion Jlctohal, that we and endorsement of aggressive Tariff Reform nnd especially against tho McKin-le- y bill ns set forth by Democratic principles enunciated in all Democratic utterances nnd conventions, lferetoforo held nnd spoken, that wo endorse tho action of tho Ways and Means Commt-te- o In Congress touching tho same Rewhed, that the Democratic party of Breckenridgo county in Convention assembled, reposing tho fullest confidence in tho Integrity, faithfulness nnd fitness' of B. F. Beard, do hereby present his namo as ono of tho Delegates to tho National Convention, to be chosen from tho AssurFourth Congressional District. ing the State Convention that this important and delegate trust can be committed to no wiser, hands, and wo Instruct our Delegates to use ull honorablo means nt their command to secure his appointment. The following wore tho Delegates appointed to the Stato Convention : 3, A. Murray, N. McMercer, W. E. Minor, W. V. Vessels, R. C. Richardson, AVill Miller, D. II. Severs and A. J. Gross Alternates, T. F. McClure, Ken Rhodes, John D. Beeler, R. W. Moorman, F. P. Hay-gooE. L. Robertson, Foster Lyons nnd J. II. Lay. d, OH jiol n. Keep Cool. Wo lmvo full linos of seasonable CBSontiala to mako tho human family comfortablo and contented, namely c&lrt ) 'J V' LADIES', MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S '4 . s ! SUMMER Stanly "Torrid Zone" UND E - ,'..1 W i M n A. , Outing Shiuts, Fans, Sun UMnitEi.LAs, GOODS YOU ' j Silk Mits, Belts. A full lino of Summer Dress Goods, Embroideries, a special feature. Novel effects in Cotton and Silk Laces. Can Bank On ! v i BlTLoes, , ; Burning Bargains in Hosiery Wo aro bound to mako May Sales riso ' nbovo our tho Clothing.' Hats, and highest mark. Wo know what it requires Attractive lines of Goods and Way Down Prices. Smart GOOD & Co., KY.f CLOVERPORT, BRANDENBURG. Mr. G. L. Neafus nnd family moved In to town last week. Rev. Haynes had services at the M. E. church Sunday. Jess Jones, of Ekron, was In town tho latter part of last week. AVilliam Edelen was in town tho latter part of tho wcek.J W. B. Dowell and Dick Allen, of Hill Grove, were in town Saturday. Dr. Birch and William Rhodes, of Payncsville, wero hero Saturday., Miss Annie Medley, of Garrett, was In town tho latter part of tho week. Tho Misses Woolfolk and Richardson visited in town Saturday and Sunday. Tlie gardens havo been injured n great deal by tho heavy rains of tho past week. Gus. W. Richardson, II. B. Livers and son, John, of Guston, wero hero Saturday. William Vessels and Noah Grecnwell aud brother, of Rliodclia, wcro hero Saturday. Wash Medley and Henry Jones, of Woodland, attended tho Convention hero Saturday. Miss Bettio McGehee, of Irvington, and Miss Jennio Hnrdin nro visiting relatives aud friends here. Mr. Will Lancaster and Miss Riggs, of near Otter creek, wero married hero Wednesday by Rev. Hayes. J. D. Hardin, Elvico Wimp, R. II. Novitt, Tim McAuliff, Georgo Casperko, Mr. Mahan, Johnnio Powell, Will Grin-ne- l, W. II. Gougli, Henry Malin nnd Charlie Nevitt attended tho races and base ball gamo last week. Tho Democratic Mass meeting was well attended from all the precincts hero Saturday. Tho meeting was called to order by J. D. Haidln, chairman of tho Democratic Executivo Committee, of the county, nnd Hon. Gus. Richardson was elected permanent chairman of tho meeting; W. II. Gough, secretary, after which a committeo on resolutions wero appointed, and reported a scries of resolutions, which wore adopted by tho meet ing nnd which resolutions left tho delegates unlnstructed, except as to instructions for Henry Wattcrson for delegare at largo and B. F. Beard, of Breckenridgo county, for district delegate. A pain in tho sido or back and spots on tho faco indicate kidnoy nnd liver disorder, Mr. Geo. P. Eckes, Lorentz, W. W & ILL t9 '$ THINGS CLOVERPOET, KY. ARE IN STORE FOR YOU. GUSTON. The pews for our church arrived on timo and our dedication will bo tho 4th Sunday in Mny. Thoso who maychanco to havo an 'extra" spring chicken, or nn old hen that is tired of life, will please "fetch" thorn along, as dinner will bo served on tho grounds. Joe Fousheo while playing base ball last Saturday afternoon met with quite a t.erions accident. Ho caught n very swift ball that tore tho flesh apart between the front and middle fingers leaving a gap about nn inch long. Ho went over to tho drug store nnd bandaged it up, nnd took nn oath that ho never would play another game of ball. The Good Things we refer to are in our store, and they are their' for you and everybody. REAL ESTATE 'AND Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. Do you want to buy Hoa! Katnto? Call on 11. Novtsoiii. Do you want to rent a IVrm 7 Call on It. L. Ncwaom. Do you want to rent City property? Call on II. Ii. NoTSotn. Do you want the beat and only desirable lot (or tale on Main, 50x175 feet for Call on 11. I,. Nowrom. $800.0Ur Do you want to buy the Cloverport Hotel, Our Slock Is'TslIslq. n Slreum Pleasant Anticipations 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. I. SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE So do Sluggish Stock, they become decayed, they are Of good things ar6 not always Many apples aro rotten realized. at tho core. Tho proof of tho pudWhen wo sell ding is in eating. you an article it will bo just as You can "bank on" represented. a good thing, then when wo say wo havo a nice lino of Brandenburg Cloth, Grenada Tissue, Call on n. L. Nowaom, T. S. Good paying rentcra can generally Canton Cloth, Let mo put a "bug in your tecure a houso. Indian Pongees, car," H. L. Newsoio rentt property and colleotr th renta on a commission of ten per cent, and, All Wool Bedford Cords, renting being a tpcclalty with him, don't Do Ireland Laces you know It It better to place your property In Point hli hands than to rent it yourself 1 Why? And lots of other good things, llecauae ho It controlling a large amount of ronten find property and t..iillng COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE. it "unhealthy" and he toon gelt rid of them, g centrally located and doing a large Call on 11. L. Newaom, builneat? P. S. I am now prepared and havo full authority to offer auid Hotel at a bargain. Correspondence from abroad solicited. This it a good chanco to secure the beat and moat popular hotel in tho city, and no "boom" price asked. Do you want a loan negotiated ? Call on U. L. Kewtom. Havo you uionoy you want placed on Cull on . L. Nowsora. tafe security ? Do you want money on thort call 1 Call on 11. L. Newaom, , Do you watt to rent a louse 1 not fit for commercial use any more than decayed moat, finally, they aro known as "Dead." J1 , Constant Motion Keeps Water In the best condition and a constant flow of trade keeps 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. -- v irfU ? Do You Appreciate the Advantage If you do, you can have that vantage by trading with ad- . 0 Sulzer's, CLOVERPORT, KY Va.,says: "I had kidney troublo for over two years. Havo tried different kinds of kidney medicino, but got no relief. I was not ablo to rido horseback, and scarcely ublo to attend to my business. I commenced using Lightning Kidney nnd Livor Remedy, nnd before I had used onobottlol began to Improve I hayo taken four or five bottles nnd am almost cured." For salo by all dealers. To Bo Married June 1st. Mr. Harry Major, of Louisville, and Miss Nellie Washington, of Irvington, will bo married in tho Irvington Baptist church at 10.30 a. in., Juno 1st., Rev. W. monthly Installments Nowsoin heart but fow complaint! from good renters, but the "howl" comet from thoso fel lows who do not want to pay, and to euch he Ca 1 on Homobody Else tayt la Kowaom hard hearted? Not especially to. Ho will accommodate you If you pay for it, and provided you stand to your tide of the bargain If you don't like hit way of dealing Call on Somebody Kite, It. h, Uewsom hat about tixty rentert nnd ho don't want any but paying ones. To good paying renters bo will tuko special paint to make them comfortable. Do you want a house built and pay for it In ? Of buying always from a clean, fresh stock 6f New Goods? For terms II. Williams odlciating. Cards will only bo sent to thoso at a distance, but all relatives nnd friends are Thoy will requested to bo present. leave on tho 11 o'clock train for St. Louis and Clnrksvlllo, Mo., to visit relatives. Mr. Major is ono of tho most prominent young men of Louisvlllo, whllo Miss Wcshlngton is a member of ono of tho most eminent nnd respected families of Breckinridge county, is nn nmlablo, talented young lady nnd a much admired belle in society. Tho News extends congratulations in advance, and wishes tho jinppy couple a long and prosperous life DyipepaUi Mala. r!aNerYoulieM. andOenoral Debility, l'bytl. reeomtoenu it. All dealer aell It. rjenmue clam lis trade uutrlc and croueu red Unci on wrapper IHUousneM, f&) (opyr';'T) 109 WATOH THE KNOT. Tbo popularity of tho bow knot it on lbs 'the moro unlvonal It beeomei tho ai more It grow In favor. One leerot of Hi the article If that the price it at popular Itielf. It li out of noboJy'i reach and it appeal! to everybody'! taite. It li the lateit laihton out but It won't go out of faiblon. It can be utllliej In a hundied different tllree-tlo- ni anil It lervei well every purpoio to which abroad and prompt remittances made. Many thankt for the largo patronage enjoyed, Call on It. L. Newsoui. o Do you want a power engine and boiler. Call on H. L.'Neirsom, Do you want to ttart a Slack Darrol and Slave and Heading Factory with power already attached? Call on H.Ij. Newsoui, Having about thirty acret of cfty tola he would tell a fow "slices," and if you want a building lot Call on U, L. Newsom. Do you want to pay your ctty.taxet ? Call on It. L. Nowsora, Have you claims against the olty troaaury ? Call on the city troasurer and he will tell you that II. Ij. Newsom, at City Tax Collector, always kcopa aald treasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from cities forty-hors- liffliiir & IgMtea CLOVEHPOHT, ItT.'t-'- H IfaUtl MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Regular nnd Rolinblo WW! FURNITURE Is always on DEALER , t hand with n full stock, including I have R. L. NEWSOM. SEWING PICTURE FRAMES, MACHINES, TRIMMINGS, ETC, STRAYED, From my farm near Asklnt, llrcckenrldge countv, May lilh, nnc roan horse, about ijlianUt hli;li. He was, but seen at Kelly llluml's place on Inst WwlnctiLiy, Any one giving Information as to hl whereabout will be rewarded by Informing ment Anklns. W. II. MI5YKIIS. Oofflns, Burial Oafcketa, MT BROWN'S Cure Indigaatloa, IRON BITTERS It li applied. If wbat ii handsome, teaionablo and ityllah hoa any oharmi fqr you tt nil, you can't very well get along without it. lie ture and tee our itock of them, alio a full line of nice jewelry, watchet, clookt . ipeotaelet and mnaloal gooJi. Hepalrt of all klndi promptly attended to and warantej. FOR SALE. A F splendid Phaeton, of tha beat regular r.outtvllle make, almost new. Will be sold on JL D'HUY, Jeweler, favorable tonus. Come and examine it. i HKS, J. A. MURRAY. OLOVKHPJRT, KY. m ' SBmSBb0 " : Ui0lv V jb Always call on him nnd woerttiln pricca before purchasing elswhert H means just what ho says. He oani fa bo undersold, If. 9AMM ArJ, ' T OkQVKRVORT, KY. KmVEreTS -' .... J - - Dr. J. M. .Clayton, Physician Office in surgeon. rUilrs. Lou Wilkerson is fluifihiig up his Third cottago on Murray Avenuo and has tho foundation laid for the fourth ono. As tho season progresses my trade in- , , BEWLEYVILLE. , CUT AND SLASHED. A Drunken Soufilo Results in Two Men Being Severely Wounded. Several from Hancock county camo to town Monday and proceeded immediately to fill up. Among them wero John Millerand Winnie and Hilly EvaiiB, two brothors. After finding It a hopeless task to undertako to drink tho (own dry, they started for homo ; but bcoro they got out of town Hilly Evans and John Miller got into a scnfllo, and Evans proving himself to bo either the best man or tho soberer of tho two, got Miller down and was holding him thcro. This raised Miller's Irish and ho began slashing with n knife, which ho had all tho tlmo kept open in his hand, inflicting a long and severe gash on Evans just over tho loft tcmplo und half-wa- y across tho forehead about tho edgo of tho hair. By this time they wo.ro on their feet and Winnie Evans seeing his brother getting cut, rushed in to separate tthem, and received a cut about two and a half Inches long down tho loft cheok, laying tho flesh open al most to tho bone. About this tlmo Ollicors Hambleton and Porter camo upon tho scene, and Miller and Billy Evans mado tracks for Hancock. Tho officers followed until they crossed tho Hancock line, which is just below town, and being exhausted themselves, k.now it was no use to follow furthor, after tho fugitives had disap- ig peared in tho woods. How bad Billy Evans is hurt is not known, but tho blood was streaming off of him as ho ran. Winnio Evans camo up town und Dr. Smith dressed his wound, mid as ho was only attempting to keep peace when ho received his cut, ho was not detained, and having sobered up amazingly fast, ho departed Immediately for liis homo. iS& Henry Winter. Win Dr. Wiite't old ilantl up OLOVEHPOrtT. KV. A. Merchant Tailor, OANNELTON, J. KIRST, IND. eiultp mado to order in tbo best stylo. IWcct fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Physician f A. A, Simons, SI. D. Office over Breclenridgc Surgeon ETT, Hank. OLOVEliPORT, KY. h'! J. W. J u.uiaimGi iimni w K .T I .. .iuiu uauineia,.n ioxzu Vrajon 10 U( i. n file n w every kTB f v d.,""tf ( fay K T, AAiL lofi uoi. . J. F. Lightfoot, M. D. .Physician and Surgeon, OLOVEUrOKT, KV. M&'Office id Ihrnejor the present. BANK 07 HARDIES BURG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, Preitdent. nWILIj MIIiliER, M. II. BEAHD, Cashier. J. 0W. nEAUD M.6.R11IS 1 KSKUIDOE - -- Dire tnr creases and I mako my stock attractive by rcnonlng it o very week. Mrs. II. V. Duncan. A train killed a cow just above town ono day last week, and wonderful to say, there has net yet been found an owner for her. Tho 7 o'clock closing wont into effect Monday, and all the signers of tho agree ment aro adherelng to" their obligation strictly. Tho last brick was laid on Paynu & Co's. now building yesterday, and now it only remains for tho plasterers to finish tho job. Tho coaches in tho excursion from Louisvillo to Henderson Jast Thursday looked like littlo empty eradles. Some body lost money. Mr. It. A. Shellmanand brother, G. 1). Shollman, of Stephensporl, passed tho city Monday with a log raft enrouto for Cannelton, Iud. Capt. J. A. Clark, Mr. Thos. Lynch and Mr. Georgo Jarboo, threo of Pates-vll'o- 's prominent citizens, were in tho city on business Monday. Mrs. Efllc Powers (nco Miss Eilio Duncan) died of consumption, at Central City, Monday, and was brought to this city yesterday for uuncl. Bowmcrt Hainblcton havo bought a nico now delivery wagon, and Fred May says ho can deliver goods any whero "immediately if not sooner." Bov. W. C. Brandon will proach at Holt's Chapel Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in. amHvlll occupy his pulpit in tho Elm street Methodist church hero at night. Engineer Fatty Iteed,.who has boon at ids homo, Bucyrus, Ohio, sick for a cou-pl- o of weeks returned Monday night and will take chargo of his locoinotlvo again. Tho strawberry season opened up hero last week and now every train takes off from 50 to 100 crates of tho luscious fruit. ThejMJOino across tho river from Tohins-por- t. Tho Clovcrport steam laundry is now running and wo aro having our washing dono at home. Tills is a new industry for Clovcrport, and it should receive tho patronage of homo people. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boyd, of Ixniis-villcamo down Saturday night to visit their parents and other relatives, of this city. Frank returned Monday, but Mrs. Boyd will remain a cou plo of ccks. Misses Blancho Frank, Mattio Allen, and Zella Simons, of Tobinsport, accompanied by Miss Hortenso Burton, of California, wero in tho city yesterday, and mado a flying trip to Stephensport and return. Mrs. Margarite Beauchamp died very suddenly of apoploxy last Wednesday at her homo near Lodihurg. Sho was 08 years old, a kind, good Christian woman, much beloved and respected by her neighbors and acquaintances, and a host of relatives and friends mourn her loss. Bowford Casey and Amelia Worlcy of in New Althis city wero bany, Ind., on tho pd Inst, and they will mako that city their future homo. They wero married about five years ago, but had been separated and divorced now about two years. The old coals are now Warmed ovor, and let joy go with them. Miss Nannio Stephens, of Holt, gavo an entertainment last Wednesday night in honor of her visitor, Miss Jessie Iticli-ard- s, of Louisville. Those present wero Misses Mary and Bosa Holt, Jennio War-fielForric Hardin, Lizzio Sklllman and Maggio Bowmer; Messrs. Al.and Georgo Wolf, of Louisville, F. W. Fraize, Victor Bowmer, W. S. Smart, O. T. Sklllman and J. B. Sklllman, this city. Tho Patton Brick Works raised steam Saturday and ran their machinery on trial for an hour or two. It performed o nicely and was fully up to tho most expectations. Tho track is being laid from tho clay pit to tho works and tho cars arc on it. The largo tank is behold the ing erected tb water tot tho boilers and clay, needed and within a few days, now, they will bo making brick. Mr. Lcn Bush, a farmer living on sinking creek, near Clifton Mills, was walking along tho railroad last Thursday a littlo way abovo Stephensport, when ho stepped off tho track to let a freight train pass. Just as a car loaded with coal was directly opposite him a huco lump of coal rolled off tho car, and striking his leg, broko it, running tho bono into tho ground. Tho break is a sovcro ono and it may become necessary to amputate tho Injured member. Tho annual meeting of tho stock holders of tho Brcckeuridgo Bank was held in tho company's oillco last Saturday, and tho following persons wero elected asofllcors: W. II, Bowmer, President; Bobt. Tobin, Vice President; A. B Skill-maCashier; Clias. B. Skillman, Assistant Cashior ; O. T. Sklllman, and W. II. Bowlor, Bobt. Tobin, Will Miller, J. A. Murray, A. 11. Skill-maW. G. Smart, F. N. D'Huy, Directe, d, san-guinbook-keeper; INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Bregkenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1802. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. I V. Duncan Is sick with nguo. Farmers, take-- your wool to Sulzor's. lien Ilaynca went to llawesvillo yesterday. Col. W. D. Holtr of Holt, was in tho city Saturday. John Lyddan, of Webster, was in tho city yesterday. MissLcIa Henley is Visiting Mrs. A. J. G'ross at Holt. Jco cream every day at noon at model's City Bakery. A raule sold at auction on tho streets Saturday .for $10. Mayor elect, Lightfoot, went to yesterday. Dr. Win. Milncr, of Union Star, was in tho city Wednesday. Seven now houses aro under construction on Murray Avenuo. Clins. P. Babbago was al homo 'sovoral days last week; on the; sick list. Dr. S. B. Adkisson received a fino horse from Louisville yesterday. Dr. 8, B. Adkisson shipped his ponies to Louisville last week to ho sold. Mike Popham'snow residonco on Murray Avenuo is nearlng completion. Mr. L. V. Chapin, tho steam laundry roan, wont to Gtunelton yesterday. " Mis, Bassett, tho clover hotel propric-,$?wenttp Stephensport yesterday. re. II. V. Duncan went to Louisvillo weokto ronew her stock of intllin- sry, Mrs. II. V. Duncan nover lets her ck of millinery run down. Glvo her call. A now lot of ladies' hats and trim- mlngi just received at Mrs. II. V. Duncan's". Har-dhisbu- rg Mrs. W. 0. Allen is hero visiting from Sho will bo hero sovoral ilendale. Lwfeeks. Col. Lafo Elder, of Derby, Iud., was n pweenger on tho west bound train yes terday. Mr. Gcorgo' Egart, of Mooleyvillo, was h paispjigor up on tho City of Owonsboro Thursday. Mr. G. B. Cunningham, of Chenault, tm in the city Monday, and called at office. Morris Beard, of Hardinsburg, was in the city Sunday "night, enrouta homo froin Louisvillo. Georgo Youngcj had a flno cow to go !rod yealorday, and sho was shot to to- lease her of hdr misery. Service's at tho Presbyterian church next Sabbath atll a, m and 7:30 p. in. & gojipei invifauon to an. Miss Annie Beardon died Tuesday, 'WayJOtht and was buried in St. Mich-riel- 's cemetery, May Ilth. It'.Q. WlUoI Hcbb. Ilenloy & Co., was In the city Saturday and ' i Jn3.'. vloitliu. l,ld fil,illr I"V "" ""V Stephcus-M- ) Faunfo Brashcar, of in the city Saturday, tho guest MrjwJ Mrs J A. Barry. fd "I pMMmucenientof tho Clovcrport tJfettdol will ,bo hold next Monday blgbi at the. Baptist chmch, Muter Ed. Montgomery fell out of a etwi iky lafrt week and broko his eftiurm'tu)t above tie vrfst. YTm,Nkhol(w, of Louisvillo,. was visit- bug hi Ywnt, Mr.'Hnd Mrs.JJobcrt Itttehol, of thiB city, Sunday. ''April howers mako lay flowers." knd wet-we- t make bad colds, hut Light- Ling Qougb Drop will curp any cough, loaiwncti, pr croup, air. no. vmyt n, n, tarille, '"""i ors. -- For a weak and tired feeling, loss of appetite and gcucral debility, Lightning Blood Elixir Is tho best tonic. It is vegetable, contains no mercury or other mineral poisons. Mrs. N. E. Allon White Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning Blood Elixir is certainly tho truo elixir of lifo. I havo used it, and it has cured ino of many years' suffering. I can Lightning Blood Elixir as a lady's friend." ly Wantkd White, 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 any timber or staves to sell, it will pay you 41RIH1IH(5 VUUgU to seo mo boforo soiling. Wt V.,W7i eaUl, Jas. Redman, Harned, Ky. opt in Mtmething wonderful, I do not 'link there i auy medicine in the world r.ATIIHM tifactlon. Will NeWIng a tonic, or ohllJrntliatKMttbullltBg ' Imt will idve belter k11 do all cJniywl for lt.,f All dealer mKYuritfd i Hilar HlTTHKi H U iiIimm US take. It.. a- Hon. biwI iilllomiics. v All Jca'trsTcooiTT listtlast week. Miss Emma English made a flying trip to tho city Friday. Mrs. Lon Moremon has returned homo from Jefforson county. Mr J. K. Ditto went to tho city Wednesday on a business trip. Mr. Frank Ditto lias returned homo after a short stay in tho city. Thero was. quite a large turn out from the bottom tho second Sunday. Mrs. J. A. McGcheo, who was quite sick sovoral days last weok, Is able to bo up again. CREDIT KTOHE. CASH STOKE. 10 to 13 black plaid linens 12J to 20 Mrs. J. M. Phillips was tho guest of her 10 to 121 ginghams 0 to 01 brother, Mr. J. A. McGchee, last Satur10 to 13 white India linen Vl to 20 day and Sunday. '17 to 38 black silk laces 25 to 50 Miss Lillio and Ilemdon McGchee, of 8 to 38.Siss hamburg Irvlngton, weroho guests of Mr. W. C. flouncing 10 to 50 M6Gehco Saturday. 7J to 10 44 bleach muslin 10 to 12J. Mr. Abo Ditto and Joo McGbhco wero 22 to 4 1 Turkey red tablo elected delegates to tho Baptist Convendamasks 30 to 05 1.25 to 2.50 tion, which will ho held at Elizabeth-tow1.00 to 1.02 men's hats 1.25 to 2.38 men's fino shoes 1.75 to 3.00 .Misses Maud Ilemdon and Bellio 00 to 1,60 men's fino white shirts 1.25 to 2.00 Clarkson, of Brandonburg, wero out g 1.30 to 1.88 ladies fino shoes 1.50 to 2.25 up tho bottom last Mr. Jones would havo dono bettor if Tuesday afternoon and wore detained all ho had sold to tli3 cash store at 20c. night on account of rain. Como again Mr. Smith it is plain to bo seen from tho girls. prico they paid for goods, beat him bad- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto wero disiy. turbed between tho hours of 11 and 12 To The Members of Clover Lodge No. o'clock last Tuesday night by some ono rushing upon tho porch and several loud 42 A. 0. U. W. Deaii BuoTiiEas' It is a plcsant duty, raps on tho door and asking for admitthough a sad ono for me, to writo to tance, saying ho was about to ho murderyou. There is nothing that would aflord ed. Mr. Ditto opened tho door when mc so much pleasure as to meet with tho intruder rushed in frantic with and fatiguo ; ho said ha had you, but I am prevented on account of been chased by two unknow men about my afllictions as you all know. Now, when I attempt to thank you for two miles. Mr. Ditto kept him thy retho favors you havo shown to mo and mainder of tho night. Tho next mornmy family, languago fails mc. But I ing tho night visitor mado a confession. willpromiso you, this, that I will re- Ho said that ho was a piano tuner from member you and your families in my Owonsboro, and had beon on a spree petition to tho Grand Master who raloth about two wcoksantl was put off tho train tho univorse, and I promiso to lead my at Weldon, and I guess tho men that littlo ones to respect the ordor, which was wero chasing him wero frogs and snakes. a friend to us in time of need, and tho Mr. Ditto gavo him his breakfast and members who havo So nobly discharged sent him on ills way rojoicing. their duty. Right. Whilo it is a sourco of mortification to In order that justice may bo dono bo dependent upon anyone, yet I receivo members of tho Houso who aro absent with thankfulness from our onlcr, through necessity, not choice, tho names I know it comes from bravo and of thoso absent with lcavo should be in willing brothers, who aro not afraid to a separate list from thoso who havo no do thoir duty and aro cvor willing to do legitimate excuses, or, if in tho samo list, it. God works through instumontality thero should ho something to Indicate and I trust my alllictlons may bring me tho dirclicts. It is not right to placo all closer to Him in tho future. tho absentees in tho samo category, and No ono can doubt but that I havo althus stamp dutiful membors with a ways beon a friend to tho order, now, I mark of negligenco when they aro not have over reason to be. Hoping tho guilty. Danvillo Advocate order may Increase until it reaches overy Notiee. family who may need its aid. Tho Bov. W. G. McCrcady, Diocesan I remain as ovor, Evangelist, proposes to begin a mission John Ryan and FAsm.y. at Cloverpojt, July 23d to closo 31st. STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. M. A. Freeman regrets that infirmity provonts hor personally making any Miss Fannlo Brashcar went to Clover-poarrangements for tlio above, but will bo Saturday. glad to seo or confer with any ono kindly Vcstes Parr and Floyd Miles went to wishing to do so. Addison Saturday. Miss, Emma Moseloy is in Hardinsburg ook'sCotton Root attending school. Mr. Amos Board, of Hardinsburg, was COMPOUND. in town last week. A recent illtcovcry by an clil plij'klcl.ln. Succcigfullyuscil Messrs. J. II. Lay and Jas. Howitt innntly by thoiuanils of went to Louisvillo Wednesday,1" I the only perfectly s.ifu and rt.lltiblir medicine Miss Mary Owlngs, ot Wolf Croek, is discovered. Ilcw.iru of unnrlnclnlcil dmculstl who offer Inferior mcdlcinca Inplnceof llilf. Ailc the guest of Mr, and Mrs. S. P. Stiles. for Cuok'i Cotton Hoot Compound, t.iko no pottage In and or J. R. B. Arnold's Floating Chapel Is at letter, and Inclow) itend, o cents Inreturn mall. wo will cIed, by ontertainments every 1'ull it.ilfd particular In pUln envelope, to tho wharf giving ladk'i only, a stamp. evening. Addros I'oml Lilly Company, No. 3 1'liher Illock, Detroit l!ch. Mra.fR. A.Bra3hear, Mrs. R. J. Nap-p131 Woodward avenue Detroit, .Mich.. fcSold in Clovcrport by C. C. Martin, and Mosely wont to Owonsand Miss Ella druggists everywhere. boro Thursday. WANTED. Miss Annio Bassett and Mr. Will Moro-inaTo sell tbo Lovell tyaiher, one of Clovcrport, word in tqwa Saturman or vromin wanted to every ten miles day mid Sunday, rquaro In tba entire llteckenitdge county. A good lively agent can territory. Mr. and Mrs. P. D, H.iwkinsoT ITnlon mako from $S0 to $75 a month If at work Ingood Star, wero tho guests of his father, Mr. earnest. Tbo Lovell Washer will do better No work than any other Washer on earth. G. Hawkins, Saturday. d Fits any tub. hares rubbing on A fow of our lads and lasses gavo tlule, money and clothes. Just the machine Misses Georgia and Kato Hawkins n surfor ladies who aro not strong, Thousands done prise candy pulling on tho ovonlng of tho of ladles who thiire to birobytheir washingLovell using the nnvr save tha expense 12th. All roport a good tlmo. Washer. To those desiring an agency, for Mrs, Wm. Burton and daughter, Miss tample full also only threo dollars and tenets, also Key Stone Wringers and other useful tlorteuco, of Coltbn, California, who houiebould articles, for terras to agents icfer l'RTKR KRQUail, have boen tho guesis of Mr, und Mrs, J. to Tltilun Star. Lay went to Tobinsport Friday". ' II. i JCy. n. rt n. e, er n, SUB-AGENt, wash-bosr- Special bargains in bIioob at tho Casli this week. Miss Claudia Stith was visiting at Big Spring last week. Tho young people nropoio to orcanizo m tennis club In tho near future. Miss Florence Cain is attending tho Normal School at Braudenbnrg. A social dauco was given al tho Stith House on Thursday evening last, Buck Skin .Jim was doing tho tooth pulling act at Irvlngton last week. Airs. Edgar Bennett, of Summerseat, was shopping in tho city last week. Mr. J. W. Howetth, of D. II. Baldwin A Co., Louisvillo, was in town last week. Misses BlanchO Jolly and Lena Drury aro at Big Spring attending tho meeting. Wanted Wool and nil kinds of country produce at tho Cash Store this week. ' Miss May Do Pcrrin, of Parkland, is visiting tho family of Mr. T. B. Henderson. Messrs. R. M. 'Jolly and. Newton of Irvlngton, wero in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bandy, of High Plains wero among tho crowd at tho Cash last week. Wantj:i 100 dozen spring chickens at the Cash Store this week, highest market price paid. Instead of the young mon's prayor meeting there will bo general prayer meeting at tho M. E. Church Thursday night. Messrs. II. E. Basham and daughter, Mrs. Dr. Gcorgo D. Parker, of McKin-neTexas, aro expected to arrive hero tills weok to visit relatives. Bov. Victor W. Dorris, of tho Second Christian church, Louisvillo, who was conducting tho meeting at Irvington last weok, was the guest of Y. N. Drury and family Wednesday afternoon. Just received a nico lot of Misses spring heel Gaiters. Also on hand a nico lot of Indies' French heel Gaiters and largo assortment of Dongola kid common-sens- o and French heel ladies, button shoes and slippers, cash stohb. Mr. Jones says his rule is to sell his produco where ho can get tho highest prico and acting on this rulo ho sold his wool at -- 0 to a merchant who does an extensive credit business. Mr. Smith says ho sells hia produco where ho gets tho greatest value. Ho sold his wool at 23 to tho cash store and got half cash and half in goods. Tho following is n list of prices they paid. y, J. Winter. Joliu M. Borntracger TIPS On tho races nro not always rolinblo, but when wo givo you. n Up on tho Clothing business you can always pick tho winnor. Julius Winter & Co's entries can always be relied upon ; they nro thoroughbred in evory sense-n- il wool except tho button-hole- s, and thoy aro worked in tho best silk. Julius Winter & Co.'s Clothing for Men and Boys is tho best in tho city, and is strictly I I THINGS Move So Rapidly ' In This Vicinity That If You Sit Still You Are Lost. FIRST-CLAS- S Wo nro oxclusivo homo manufacturers, our products havo had tho utmost caro and attention in every detail, and when wo say it is far superior to Easlorn-madClothing wo mean just wlmt wo say. Ab best evidence of this, ask tho man who has bought of us onco, and ho will toll you ho will buy of us again. Our prices aro popular. o Julius Winter & Co., 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. -- Get Up And look at ? Our Line of AND BE SAVED. If ClothlllJ S 4$ BEACH GROVE, Miss Mattio McGcheo was on tho sick 3l,'iwi) if ' frsNeaJpfc y """III SULZER' Don't you need a gob'd nice, i r THE LARGEST THE BEST THE CHEAPEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, - Stylish Suit If so you will not over-loo-k LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES and CLOTHING OAN BE FOUND AT the fact that B. F. Beard & Co., have the largest, best and the cheapest stock to select from in the county. B owmer & Hambleton's The largest variety of fresh Provisions and Groceries at the Lowest Prices, can be found in the mm HARDINSBURG-- , KY. v ki iSSS888S8S - J .- T c DEPARTMENT Spring Opening, 1892. Pattern Bbnnets and Hats HIGHEST NOVELTIES IN -? OF Bowmer & Hambleton, CLOVERPORT, KY. ;lLLINER"Yr. ',(laaBB ....tT RVt Open every week day and'Friday and Saturday Nights. Having employed an expert Louisville Trimmer, can do workjn -- ' the Neatest and Latest Styles. Tbo I. V. Harper wblakoy on every sideboard, 0 look, Jf you want good Horse Shoeing, go Tbo I, W, llnrpor wblakoy to Alner Dent, ho U the best In town, for I in every Mcdlcino chest. havo tried him. Tbo I. W. Harbor wblskoy In overy club. FOR SALE. Tbo I. W. Harper wblskoy A good dwelling, good barn, on overy bar. young orchard bearing now, and i acres And all of tbls because It is ground, situated at Mattlngly. Will sell Tho Ideal cheap for cash, Apply to the uoderslgnej on of whiskies. article. Sold by Jtlie premises or W. K. Barnesj Hardinsburg, HORSE SHOEING. store-house, ' :;" should bo should bo should bo should bo tbo princo Kentucky MRS. H, V. DUNCAN, CLOVERPORT, KY. . FARM FOR SALE. James Hambleton, Clurerport, - HreekcnrMgeCounty, i m. mi to AflAtT) unr w F, M. POPHAM, Oood farm of 290 acre well ImprOTnl, iv frame houto of 8 rooms, two barns, plr of orlbs, 1 house, two tenant house, well water ed lor stoek, etc., cistern and well for fatally, till "iwijeMmj Itml n A l1llliliM mat nuum mrnvr BA..I.1 nvU HI fault lw antlA MVW Ik. T. Ui T. U.1S Mim aVm w J u vrmif ri"W t a la the year. will also 11 07 aeres more If waaiej at Station, 1st Mede wIlwaUrJ, 48 aorM eleared, the reel la ale yensg timber. xvrmriBer particulars kddreu or inquire u A. B, UKAIVHUff f. rlUM wen Bkr I Vr . " obIj, fs: .""- -i Rl BHkBkbBiBkbI CKENEWL LDING OVER THE STATE. Small Doses of Information Gathered From Kentucky Exchanges. Incased in Capsules for the Swallowing of News Headers. rrARiraii. iiotw WERVOUS UraWlfesI USD 01 H JORtMfl j i! Mil ' ffio J-r 01 INTHH ' 41 1 11 I JP I 1 M . twn ' .. - FOWLS. cured by the re Pure Stock, The Differ Strains Should Never In - - j "5 tv. ' Snakes aro reported to bo very numerous in Stanford. to tho new Catholic Tho corner-slonchurch at Georgetown has been laid. Tho Poulterer, Advances Some J,a Tho Kentucky Wagon Company deIdeas That Seem To So Good. dividend of 5 per clared a cent. A negro boy, a dynamite cartridge, and Mills, Ky., May 4, 1892. Ing of fancy poultry Is a busl- - a sledge hammer, Tho funeral was next hteli requires for its successful day at Now Castlo. .. Calloway county is shipping gravel to naent a thorough knowlcdco of Jf Chicago to bo used on tho streets of tho to wrf which control nniinal reprc-The lollowing patents were Issued He is afraid of his pocket World's Fair grounds. tfata, and oven tho Kentuckians last week : John Fowler, book, but all the same, n alloy ; John and ilrfer will find such a knowledge es- - Misa Lizzio Kice, of Walton, caught Louisville, she will go to Bntial Ito tno most economical manace- - her clothes on firo and was so severely II. M. Goodman, Louisville, water or cnt of his flock. Tho complete discus- - burned that death ensued. "gas meter ; Jas. W. McQuaid, Calloway of Ihcso lawH cannot, of course, be en- Mrs. Elizabeth Ireland fell, in stepping county, floor clamp ; Chas. II. Murphy, t upon in sucn a snort space in winch out a door at Eminence, and received in- Madisonville, faucet bottle washer j necessary far mo to confino inysolf, juries from which she died next day. John W. Nowman, and J. It. Pflanz, ADDISON, KY., Scanlan, utafow of tho facts I have most which If your blood is vitiated, clcanso It Louisville, car brake ; Edward grato. Whera latest stvlet at Wen In uricej tilwavi stove and Hy established will bo referred to ; and without delay by tho use of Ayer's Sar Louisville, combined gala the popular favor. time to time, if my articles prove saparilla. Thos. Young, a well known colored Our experience and iletcritntnatlon In bayof interest to tho readers of tho News man, of Owensboro, has been arrested ing, together with a large stock on band, Miss Bertha Gibson, a member of ono for the murder of his wife. Sho disap- placet ua among the leaders of low prices, with and find spaco in its columns, I may disa good assortment from which to select. cuss ntllpr twiintn nnrtnlnlno in tlinon of the principal families of Hartford, and peared ono cold snowy night in March We have exercised energy, push and enter Daws, and why I camo to tako this stand a most estlmablo young lady, Is dead. and Young reported to tho neighbors prlie In securing special bargains In J William Hewlet and Jake Scarberry that sho had gone to Nashville to visit o different from any other poulterer. & Until a recent letter of mine appeared in got into a difliculty, near Louisa. Hew relatives. Since then his reports as to io Ohio Poultry Journal, one month let used a knifo and Scarberry a razor. ho whereabouts have been contradictory, JUST OPENED. er yardiuc fowls nrevious to savinc They will both die. We quote a few prices as space forbids 'our and as it was discovered that sho had Falling hair may bo prevented, brashy never been to Nashvillo he was arrested( giving the many bargains we bare to ofler. fdr incubation was considered am We are selling Ladles' trimmed Hats from ino umo io gei true stocK. nut alter a hair made soft, and a renewed growth of and a search is being made for further 75 cents each, up to the fined Chiffon, Crape de Chono and Point de Irland Lace Hats, and Icareful study and experiment of the tho hair stimulated by the use of Ayer's evidence. in styles and shapes, matter, I am ablo to throw new light on Hair Vigor. Bright pcoplo aro the quickest to re- fancy btraws with latest to Anything you inado order. We are a possibility that, until recently, was of cognize a good thing and buy it. We confident we can suit you In price, style and James Kenady, a prominent citizen considered impossible. Strango things Princton, was arrested on a warrant, sell lots of bright people the Little Early finish. We hare on hand the largest and best aswill tako placo for Risers. If you are not bright these pills sorted stock of and will con- - sworn out by his mother-in-lafjntin in An an na lnnn na flmn Inata nml whipping his own child. will make you so. Sold by Short it Hay, sll works and plans of man stand subicct Johnnio Wreck, a young tinner, fell nes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, We erer bad during the six years we bare been chango and improvement j and ono from tho roof of a house in Hardlnsburg. in business In Addison, Ky., and giro a few nnot becomo so skilled nor learned up Louisville, breaking both legs and reIrvino Gillis, a flip young man of pointers prices in In tho new stock : on any subject, but that, sooner or later, ceiving probably fatal Internal injuries. Louisville, came in from the races a little Ladies bright Dongola finish shoes 1.50 "mash" on a mo ono, less equal, perhaps in many boosed and tried to make a selling eliewhero at.... ......$2.00 As you like it. Gray and faded whisspects, may far outstrip him in the young lady in a street car. Sho was not Ladies bright Dongola soft finish' flexuble kers may bo changed to their natural co for tho prize. Much has been said of that kind, and being annoyed by his shoes 1.75 selling elsewhere at $2.25 color brown or black by nd written upon thissubiect, but yet tho and even impudence moved her seat. Ho follow- Men's Kongola shoes 1.75 selling elseusing Buckingham's Dye. Try it. explanation has been dim, for tho lack of ed, when sho appealed to J. D. Fowler, where at $2.25 son Fayett Jackson, the knowledgo why ill shaped. birds so freAll shoes carried orer, marked down from another passenger, to protect her. He quently appear in our noultrv vards: of John Jackson, a fireman on tho L. & had witnessed tho wholo proceedings, 25e to 48o on the pair. All the Cloth tops and over .'wlicnserato yards wcro provided for N.. was runswitch-yard- and killed in tho East and was already mad, so ho proceeded rrencn Kinu inciuuea in mis line. Brogans, A full lino of Men's Hoys His head was immediately to mash tho masher, which full stock nnd Ollgraln. and 4icljt variety and all possible caro taken Louisvillo "Money saved is Money Earned," and these goods are money not another lie did to tho general satisfaction of all. iri.ciWingand mating up for true results. severed from his body, and in any ones pocket, and alter once trying "Yctyou say, "I am mysteriously blind as bruise was visible. "Lato to bed and early to rise will them our customers always say the same. to why my stock is dwindling and show- It is a truth in medicine that tho shorten tho road to your home In tho "f nnil smallest doso that performs tho cure is skies," But early to bed and a "Little ins Odd colors?' Hero in tlin ,4ho "whole secret tho only possiblo way tho best. Do Witt's Little Early Risers Early Riser," tho pill that makes lifo (Whereby true stock can bo obtained is to aro the smallest pills, will perform tho loneer and better and wiser. Sold by over allow your fowls to intermingle, euro and aro tho best. For sale by Short Short it Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard 'sssssHr hMKrtMillKCSlH Qtt have moro than one variety on & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beel-e- r, it Beeler, Hardinsburg. Hardlnsburg. Premisses. If you do this, you will Tho wedding of Mr. Rodney Dillion bo ready with eggs and fowls, Near Manchester, a young man named and Miss Emma Carpenter, at tho First t will reach the highest score points, Patrick, shot and killed his own sister Baptist church of Lexington, was indefiwell up to tho standard of perfection with a Winchester rifle. Ho fled to the nitely posponed on account of it having to fill orders. Otherwise all woods and has not been arrested. His just been discovered that $000 were JllssssissssssssC iters subuld have a book of standard who give him $100 to com- missing from tho safo of the National jJKBH-jasisssssss,flnd yard fowls threo months pre-t- o mit the dastardly deed has been arrest, Exchange Bank, where Dillion is insaving eggs for incubation ; ed and is in jail. Tho money bedividual t llm n nliln in inlfn Villi Will NessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHi Itobinson's circus is traversing longed to tho Ashland Building and John HHlii,fA.l!.u .( "aiiI In rtn.l muj mm ! oaiiomciioii. Loan Association, and had not been tho state, and as usual, it is being followI claim they cannot bo saved short of ed by a host of fakers, WHY IS THE turned over to the bank, but was placed con. ihreg months with any degreo of fidence men, etc. Somo of them have in a box in tho open vault and not in and even at threo months there been arrested in different places, and the inner safe by tho SecCENT?ERMEN ivo' "will bo some culls, and perhaps through- - detectives have recognized them as no- retary of tho Association. Mr. Dillion THE BEST SHOE M THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY? out tne season and tho season following ted rogues of the country. ert says ho knows nothing about tho inonoy It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread calf, inado waw oven with different matings. especially thorough examination of to hurt tbefeetstxcause ot the best linothota stylish we make more of tht and easy, and Mrs. L. It. Patton, Kockford, 111., and demands a d manufacturer. It VT"3'vitu th0 8mal'er varieties. I tested tho writes: "From personal experience I himself and the five other employes of grade than any otherfrom t I.U) to 3 00. equals staoes costlUK l, the finest calf IBCt OIK.'eniiluo is uiuiu;r una Buiiaoa io my own saiisiac-atioills honor P shoe erer offered for 3 out equals French can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, tho bank, and confident that 00. will be sustained. Nono of his many Imported shoes which cost from tun to (12flno calf. Shoe, ffis UO llnml.Srive.l Welt durable. The best a euro for impure blood and general destylish, comfortable and is guilty of a shoe erer offered at this price I same grade a cus"When I yarded my fowls I began setbility." Sold by Short & Haynes, Clov-por- t, friends believo that ho crimo, and his intended bride, while tom made shoes costing from to to tfJM. ting the eggs as received. Some hatched farmers, and Beard & Beeler, Hardlnsburg. PO, ,ju I'oneo nnoetheavy three uanroaa uen shows tho tenac seamless,and Lettcrt'arrlersall wear them; flnecalf, .nearly broken-heartebut few culls at two months and a half, About two weeks ago many stores and ity .of woman's love by maintaining the sion edge. smooth Inside, wear a year. soles, extenOne pair will while tho larger varieties showed culls tEO SO fine cnlfi no better shoo over offered at burglarSetmm this prlcoi one trial will convince those stoutest faith in her lover. at threo months. So, unless ono is ablo residences in Shelbyvillo wero who want a shoo for comfort and service. Worklnsmnn'a to tako these out, and sell them as true ized, and much money, jewelery and CO itS nnd Svi.00 and durable. Those shoes (Patau are very strong who Mrs. Million's Ride. others valuables wcro carried off. Just y have given them atrial will wear no other make. stock to some party unacquainted with KSrwc' worn and 81.75 school they are visit is being paid them, When Mrs, Million coe to ride hc trnvcU E9 Uy O 82.00by the boys everywhere;shoes sail now a second the" standard, a disturbance, is raised, odd on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show. forth In Hate, of tho same houses aro being u suae, uest shape and colore produced ; henco tho and many oHipCS,1,uui etc. Her horsey, lull of Arc ; und pride, (jo prancing Imported staoes ingola. very stylish; equals French samo windows, doors, grrnm si.uu io iiju. cause of subvaricties and now names. entered by tho from the gate .TO, 82.00 nnd 81.75 shoe for i.nnirMllichard Lunsford, and old resident of Dutnllthe beauties of the day die views with Hisses are the best fine llongola. Htyllsb and durable. Tho trouble Is noticed moro distinctly ClnutloD. See that W. I Douglas' name and languid eye, Independence, was fouud dead near ids price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe, among tho game family than any other nr TAKE NO SUnSTITUTE.M disclosed the Her ilch In weakness wastes away, her voice Insist on local advertised dealers supplying yon, Is but a sigh. variety; and I claim tho constitution, home. A W. L. J)OU(JL,A8, llrockton.nfass, Tsoldb? fact that ho had died from tho effects of For Mrs. Million is in an advanced FOHSALEDy habits and color is destroyed to a great extent, and is caused by impropar mat- arsenic poisoning. Whether adminis- stage of catarrh, and all tho luxuries that BOWMER &, HAMBLETON ing or allowing hens to run with tho culls tered by himself or somo one else is not wealth can buy fail to give her comfort. CLOVERPORT' KY. nnd indifferent stags too long, or too near known, and an investigation is being Sho envies her rosy waiting-maiand Scientific American timo desired to save eggs. Many will made. would give all her riches for that young Agenoy for t Wo truly beliovo Do Witt's Little woman's pure breath and blooming 'differ with me, perhaps, until they have given the matter proper thought and a Early 1 Users to bo tho most natural, health. Now, if somo truo.and disinterlittlo experiment, but it is conclusively most effective, most prompt and econo- ested friend would advise Mrs. Million proven to my mind, that tho first con- mical pill for biliousness, Indigestion and of tho wonderful merits of Dr. Sage's nection tho femalo has with the inalo ex- inactive liver. For salo by Short & Hay- Catarrh Remedy, sho would learn that CAVEATS, ercises so powerful an influence over tho nes, Cloverport, and Beard it Beeler, her case is not past help. $500 reward THAUU fflMKKS. nCSICN PATENTS former that its effects aro nover eradica- Hardlnsburg. Is offered by tho manufacturers for a COPYRIGHTS, ato. Whilo two brothers, named Kelin, caso of catarrh In tho head which thoy ted. On somo it may scarcely bo For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO.. set BnoaowjiT, Nxw YOEK. after threo months or after tho wero returning from Dycusburg to a tie cannot euro. Oldest bureau for securing patents tn America. Kvery patent taken out by us Is brought before laying out, whilo others will show camp In Lyon county, ono of thorn was first the public by a notloo given free ot charge In the GUSTON. tho effects on tho progeny for a period fatally shot. Thoy were sitting on a Jog of three to flvo years. An egg becomes resting and ono of them wosplaying with Miss Maudo Oshorno was qulto ill for fertile four to six days after a male has a Winchester rifle, which they carried, Largest circulation of any scientific paper In the when it was accidently discharged with several days last week. world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent been allowed .with a hen, and a half nan should be without It. Weekly. 83,00 Hon. Chas, Blandford took his hogs Tear; IU0 six months. Address MUNN X CO, breed can be produced with tho first tho result as stated. VUDLisiiiua, 3C1 Uroadway, New Tork. races) last week. (to the croEslng of two breeds ; but I am of Tho residence of Mrs. Suo Davis, of up Mr. Chas. Morris, of Big Sluing, was tho opinion that it can never bo bred out Georgetown, was burglarized and a few ITCHING PILES in town last weok enrouto to tho city. entirely with in tho lifo of a hen. trinkets of littlo value taken. Tho thief Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly H SWAYNE'S entered by climbing onto a porch roof To further illustrato tho subject : of Bewleyville, wero in town trading. window. ABBOL.rrniT.i- - rm Somo years ago I bought two dozen hens and prising open an UlrllMKHT """ " . Mr. Eddie Smith, of Louisville, visited TTOrWKirB?.r"": latwsa IL.ll.."" r.i.T.- On the porch a newspaper was found T""'""'l of a neighbor just a mixed family of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. "W. Smith. witli tho name "Si Ellis" on tho margin Wat. ni hiu ;STiiSJz?V,"d ."4". h common fowls perhaps not Dr. W. It. Toomey and wife, LouisSi was arrested, and tho missing articles tho original stock, some showing ville, aro visitlnjr Mrs. Todmoy's sister, somo ten toes they wero mated wero found in his pockets, Mrs. Henry B. Livers. A large number of with males of nono of their blood, and If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your Mr. John Oshorno and wife, of Woodone-haof tho chickens showed blood is tiiick and sluggish ; if your ap- land, spent ono day last week with over his and ten toes. So for experi- petite is capricious and uncertain, you brother, F. M. Oshorno. At the ment I sold off all those showing theso need a Sarsaparilla. For best results Itev. Maddocks and wife, of Owensmarks, and continued to do so for threo tako Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Hay- boro, pastor of tho Sandy Hill church, I'or next fall delivery. Order what you want. s years, yet theso and tou toes nes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler wero visiting in that neighborhood last Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure would appear, perhaps with somo five Hardlnsburg. week. It for you at the lowest rates. perfect toes on one fool; which thoroughBuffalo gnats aro killing horses and of ball will bo played A match-gum- u ZACK. GREEN, ly convinced mo that a slnglo connec- cattle by tho hundreds, in Graves and at our town next Saturday afternoon, the Manager Ilardimburg Nursery. tion of a malo with a femalo will show Ballard counties. Thoy get into the 21st, between the Grahampton and Gus-to- n HAHDINSBURa ,KY for years. noses of the stock in such great numbers tmmi. Hence it is essential to tho mainte that the breathing is retarded and death ' 8friigftld, f Mr. 'Isydsssiii, 1 nance of perfect purity In the various eneuM. While atoek is frequently killed ''MHfell'flHHisvV ta MdUksVsstsjssl kMB Soils, breeds of our poultry yards that tfvy in Mtntseiffi and Ariran by tfap never be allowed to Intoraingh, M fe'tt Ami ttm Iter j XmnetfaMy, o vxtmmnmmm Heads, . AVER'S Jl I Htf$W " VV-iTv- f ''CREIIT i r sunns, mm SiJ&ZyBP' r TfJ&i '. ViMl 1 vAfTAvX 7:1a vrtrfMlCtf .i,UXl-V4iVC3- l if .!ll( 1 .h.S.tfV&PT ill INss X. m 1" 1 JU 111 111 IT II A 11 I J1 Illl II I J XU 1 I I I I saaa Rl 11 III I sw J:I8U, Weilicrwood , .1 k nii,.r in 'i.jui, Sire of Fred t ,.,. .. Aill.urtpMilftrN'ulvrod' .:.. f.M-413 p I SB , In i:JOj K daughters 7 In tol.l descendants In J:80llt. 416. hre Viking; k S:)! I:l, hit KJ'i,.H2.!i,5-?l,UlKS- , defendants la A: H tMfi cmsU cred, the greatest ira el HasftUA&halil f I termingle, . o Sarsaparilla Tones the system, makes the weak strong. KINO KKrTZ 1575. record J:!Krti . Sire ot I'up.ie 2:l!Ui, Ketler l:Wi, Prince Edward 2:W, 1.1 more from tVii to 2:80: sire of the dams of Advance 1:Wt. King Kusscll 2:tt, and of the aires of Utile Archer (i yo) 1:13, and I ' sob ol Hambleionlan 10. Theaieilest.onof AbdsllshlS, who, " "'".I' "uldered, w. the greatest BELLS. bvMarnbrlno Chief Dm of Bclnoit, 4 ittfB&rtt le ln2:M;Sssace, sire of Prosper Mtrtenes 8:14! itraadam el Mayenne, din of Crjss. cendo illiU,; Jancout trt at la. Iron :1IU. Prodigal 1:17K ; l'UoSff. s4r- of All fit 9.11RU. . osi on retard 9HC w, -, Suae I, McCurdr's Jj Himblctoftlin ttttb, sere e M S:ll, 1 S H J J . inert ltlttr than 1:80. The Farmer, The Gardener, And Others Need many things in our stock. Hard-war- e semi-annu- Cures Others you. will cure anti-frictia- z UJ o Q iVs CAKITA Dam of 7 full brothers and sisters to Splendor. All sold as yearling! and at from 11.000 to $2,000 each. Two or more are certain to go la the list this . season. Cordova trotted last year In JLAHDIrTA.. Dam of Swiiert, sir of Moody J:18, and 30 more Tn list; AWdallsh Pilot. ! r ol I'lcard J:18Mj, and of Messenger Chltf . JT U tlk 191. .L I,... Il Solicitor, sire of J; lledwood 7, with I; Xlcnss, with 2. M1HBRIMO CKIZr 11 Sire ef Lady Thorn titSU, and eJgtit mjvt la the list : also the sire ol the dam ef Piedmont 2I17U, and H (aetata 2:10 or better. BOKCH MASS, by Parker's B i.wn Pilot. ' Vtf lndl:lls. Dam of " ' lBdT8wlgt Blaodlaa, dam of Klg andj other sires ol 2:M and better, tret4tyV,4,vr ... f DaMt:. ad4 Ra Q. if) 3fl 'Jn Addison & Dick's, DICTATOR 118 mother to Oester 2:17U, and sire ef jayn.ye. Bee 1:10. rnajlis lilHt, Mln nie Catsell (p) 1:1U. Director 2:17, 2:18, 80 others in 2:30; and damt of Nancy Hanks 2:0. Lockheart S51s, Northwest (p) 2:17U, Brown (I) 2:18.. Ktller Thomas 2:19U, and 15 otnert in :w. Dictator is also grand sire of .Direct (p) 2:08, Msrearet S. 14) EvangeiioeS)2:19; 2:m. Guide S.'lfHt. others In 2:30. Daphne 2:19, and K HAMBtSTOKIAK Sire of Dealer 2:I7X. Nettle 2:18, OraM Girl IS others, and grand sire of buses' 2:09Vt, Maud S. 1:0ft. Palo Alto 1:99,' Nancy Hanks 2:0V, 2:19, asd over 1000 others la S:M. CJJLRA Dam of Dictator (sire a !11U. Alma I.BS4. -r- '-of Alda de Car to-f It jl ij J BOV; V . ndaRjinW li Mfi' BoydJ,utj raft:W,j"T ;vi a I . 11 sltffi iKcT? JJfXt Sin Stoves, for KI88 BtTTLBB. Dam of Maud Butler 2:2811, and she Is the dam of Phallamont, sire af S wader man yr-- l Duic Jl triaV-?A- Quarteatallsf.iloa. THE DAt TJP BROWir pit. of Battle .Joy, trial OHIB? .oTtteMclwcJV 2:1 and art 01 ui vimrwiM jv lanii ana inc Lady Majolica 2.13, Altamont j r two-stor- y eleven-year-ol- d ini step-mothe- r, ft; book-keepe- r. ku pick-pocket- s, cer-taint- y, time-locke- d n. ;!, Plowlines, service at tho Basin Spring Farm until July SPENDOR will be when ho into training, Millinery Shoes, Hamestrings, TRRM S ' Trace chains, fl had for marcs from a distanco at reasonable figures. PASTUIIE Excellent Pasture can Wire Fencing, For further particulars address NEVITT BLAND, P. Irvinglon. Ky. W. W. WILLIAMS. Grindstones and Fixtures, Stop! Stop! Stop! a J AT THE Curry Combs, Bankrupt Len. G. Herndon & Co., Genera Produce and CammisaTeuiJil Horse Brushes, H. W. HERNDON, Manager Horse and Cat-ti- e You will find everything you want to eat: Ties, COFFE, DiinuiiHiiri SUGAR,VEGETABLES, ' FLOUR, MEAT, paokaes Hog Rings CANNED GOODS, that CIGARS, and Ringers TOBACCO, FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. ;V eS;.",, Cattle Leaders, at Bourbon Denmark In fact everything in the at Animal Pokes, at Grocery&Confectionery Line u Pedigree. Garden and Thankful for past favors. spectfully solicit you to call, we Floral Tools, Iltol2tf take great pleasure in waiting upon you. R0ts Wheelbarrows, Larje H. H. Moorman, ......., Note. Manager. Shovel & Spades that I)resedturkeys W. L. DOUGLAS u Lawn & GardLouisville, St Louis Texas SHOE S3 ILTO. 18. en Rakes, TIME Talcing SCHEDULE it r&is ' Description. 'i " Cffoct oid....::::z:::::::;;.::z:::'::r;::::;i5 Pitchforks. Julj 1st, goes sibi 1:9, aadt. Flossie O 2:18U, Goacvla S ;" ' .' leoee l'MA, etc., ate. ,m " $25 To Insure a Live Oolt bo &. s O. Ft FURNISHED BY ii ST ORE Reliable and prompt. Cash with every ac- count sale. Consignments solicited. In offering to the publlo the service, of the following breeding stock, we do not hesitate to say we believe It to be as good as can on be fouud in the state. Not only well-bre- d the sldo of their sires, but equally as well thrnuzh their dams ; a verv Important thing In a breeder, Was sired and foalded Lexington, Ky. This high style Kentucky saddle stallion will my place ono mile make the season of 1892 east of llewlayvllle on the Louisville road. LOUISVILLE. KV., May 17, 1S92. Shippers should mark all plainly, with shipper's name and e address, BUTTER, E00S,' POULTRY, ETC, Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and prices firmer. Dried Fruits. Market very dull on apples and peaches. Beans. Demand active advance. Kggs. Receipt heivy, market weak and post-offic- lower. BUTTER. .'. Denmark was sired by Fayette Denmark, he by Ned Gaine's Denmark ; he by race horse, DIomede, he by Imported 2d. 1st. Dam by Ball Stocking. Dam by Davy Crockett. 3d. Dam by Roan oak. 4th. Dam by Uertrand. 5th. Dam by Highlander. Bourbon Re- Choioe, country Medium Common Creamery 2o 27 , 13 &fl 14 .",...., 8 10 22 MJ EflOS. :.." lied-gefor- d. Fresh Old liens POULTRY. , , Springers Medium Sprlneers Small Springers Young Ducks Live Turkey You will notice from this renowned sire's breeding he Is lacked up by the strongest families of Denmarks on the sire's side clear back to thoroughbreds. On bis dam's side, he has some of the be-- t crosses of saddle families to be had, strongly backoJ up by thorough breds, both on sire and dam's side. 4 2 4 3 4 00 to 4 25 &n to 3 (10 50 to 6 60 00 to 4 00 O0.to 6.00 .it. , 3 60 to"4 M a 0o t0 10 0Q & R. R. Co. bond-sewe- Dresfed Hens Live Geese (feathered) Live Geese (plucked) FEATHERS. Prime, white eotre . 111...1 1. 00 to 3 00 lo 3 60 to 2 00 to 1300 3 60 4 00 2 50 t lland-newri- JJ-- DU PAYNE AND is a beautiful bay 18 29. '91 hands high and has as much natural style as At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesday in the state, and Is as fine a any stallion Eant Bound JVains breeder as can be found. He breeds bis colts Weet Bound Trains with style and finish. Solid colors and plenty 61 62 f. M of size. Dreeds very strongly after himself, Mall A Mall eight out of every ten going the gaits by the Hxpr's Expr's STATIONS Kxpr's Expr'. mother's side He trnnsmlts bis saddle qualiDally Dally Dally Dally ties very readily, because his gaits ire all natural and not acquired. He goes all the 6 25pm 7 45im Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 12 1 m 9 05pn. 43 sou Kentucky at. 8l gaits easily, but especially to be admired is. D4U 8 41 720 80S West Point 12 05 Bourbon Denmark fio, uuck FURS K""00 Mlnk Opoum , 80 to JO to ?'7 Jox """f1; jiusk nsi , i6 t0 TO to 60 76 25 80 bis running walk. sinnu-NRWc- - '' post-morte- Canary Bird is an Inbred Black Warrior, Wi hands blgb, black with mealy will be four years old 27th of May next s of fine carriage and splendid action, with heavy bnne. Will serve a limited number ol mares. JAO . 7 24 7 47 v 8 45 787 807 811 817 827 837 847 865 1105 900 908 917 9 21 926 931 9 44 Howard Long Ilranch lljandenburg Meade Springs Hock Haven Kkron Guston Black Skunk Short Striped Skunk Black Striped and White Skunk.., on t0i Qn so to 60 15 12 11 02pm 45am B02 25 to - 952 10 00 1010 Irvlngton Webster Suuple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Lodiburir Tierce 1138 1129 1125 1119 1111 1102 7 40 7 31 10W 1045 1035 727 723 715 665 6 48 6 40 6 31 Oiler, eased Beaver, large Deor 8klns per lb Green, jood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins., d "!" ,, , 10 to 6 00ItOft 6 00 to 6 20 to 30 J 30' I HIDES. ,. .", .- 4 g 25 CO., Cloverport, Ky. TERMS. Bourbon Denmark - 911 9 21 $12.00 930 946 961 1001 925 1015 1023 1027 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 1030 1044 626 618 613 610 6 67 ii? d0 22 g 15 WOOL. Grease, Merino ne ,..,t , fjad ijJTnjj To Advertisers If you wisb to Advertise and need instruction, aendono dollar for our "Hook for Advertisers." A littlo study of that book will enable you to decide what you. onght to do, nnd give an Idea of the probablo cost.. Skillman 1111 1010 Hawesville 1118 1018 Petrie 1124 1021 Falcon ing therefrom 1129 1028 Cayce I.cwfsport Bird - - - S1O.00 1034 1135 1162-1060 Powers 12 07mn Pates To Insure a live cult, payable whoa colt Is 1102 12 11) Owensboro foalded. If mire should be sold or traded off, 1111 1227 1123 Mattlngly the mooev will be due at the time of sale or 1131 1236 Stanley 12 46 1140 Worthlngton parting therefrom. Spottsvllle 1165 104 No responsibility for accidents or escapes. 1205pm 111 Oasketts Mares kept on easy terms. 1220am 125pm ar.IIcndcrs'n lv To insure a living colt, payable when colt is foated. If mare should be sold ortradedofi", the money will be due at time of sale or part- 1060 1100 Canary 907 944 933 926 920 915 909 861 837 827 815 806 765 7 37 S63 6 40 630 622 615 611 5 05 4 48 urease, coarse f, 4 0', 435 425 413 Burry and Cuts , DRIED APPLE3. Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb Chopped "' ...., reelings Evaporated, in sacks - ........," , ,',,t ; 13 314 to t- V4 W 2. ' V to '3k' ;slf , g? U 729 365 337 3 29 r, 1 to Chas. H Drury. 715im 315pm 3 Loulsville,Hardlnsbur(& Western $Muttfic QmttitM A8si??A RJ. No. TAKING 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. STATIONS, East Bound Trains Daily Dally I West Dound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun, ex Sun. No. 6 No. 1 Halves, per lb , , 2 to,3irc ,',' Quarters per lb to g Peeled, per lb , tn ftS ,'," Pears per lb... 3 WV4'' Blackberries jer lb 3 "to.stf HAY, QRAIN, FEED: no quote prlcej on Loulsylllt tAtj" . i" A wbarft Strictly choice PEACH US. lKj If you instruct uy sing PILES " FRUIT to place a certain nmonnt of ad ver ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 llSOim .v Irvlneton Ar 9 30im 1210pm Garfield 8 35 12 25 llarned 815 I hay. 12 4 up-slai- yon wish to accomplish, and make nnltable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive aU tho attention that it require. one-fourt- rose-comb- s, If you wisPj ar; advertiyerrjept prepared and a plan of advertising-markeout s to be told what papers you should use. and what the coat wm De, wo win rurnisn the advertisement and the plan-eit- her or both, and svbmi t them for your consideration, together with our bill for the service. I Hardlnsburg i 118 Kirk ISO Jolly 148 Glcndeane Dempster 165 2 15pin ar Hallsftough lv 260 llockvale 3 02 Ituth 314 Asklns 3 29 Oaks 4jj0pmArFordsvillcLv 7 60 715 106 644 634 6 14am Choice No. 2 Uood Medium. Good Bright Straw...". CORN. Choice whit Choice shelled ....12 - 00 M 10 60 10 !.... 6 00 00toll;M -- S'Jl.Mi HiZ aTiI X4ji? 1 Sl'IS 94 r T 19 44 40 40 ' 664 6 29 6 21 . oats con uu No. No. " 2 OATS. , 'i . , ;! ,4 f 5 00 4 45am Long Berry AbOUse wheat-..- .'. 1 ;.' tiso..,j, ,..., j; baK- - to lf rose-com- TREES THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LIME. 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