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GLOVEHPORT, At The Old Homo. Advertising Ii Not 8lde It should liivc thu precedei.c 4f s))l quotlom In the rnfncl of tlie rMscM alms at success. The truly Brent mm owe their success to Judicious AclvirelalnM kw. VOL. XVI. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE jOMESrOSDESTS. Road By Good Country Roads. Next in iinportauco to a reform of tho tariff is the question of good country roads. Tho Republic has learned from various sources moro particularly from its exchanges that tho farmers of an abundanco of produce on hand, but tiro unahlo to reach their local markcta by reason of bad roads. Tlicro is no moro important question y before tho peoplo than that of how to reach tho nearest mnrkots. If tho products of farm labor cannot bo delivered at tho nearest railroad point there Is no value in railroads. It is essential, of course, that railroads should exist. It is an item in our civilization that tho swift wheels" of commeno should carrv to tho metropolis tho products of our farms and gardens. But tho railroad hos a direct, open courso. It cannot go about collecting its freight. It must await tho delivery of tho farmer's products at its depots. But supposo that tho roads nnd highways leading to tho depota aro overcharged with mud and water. Suppose that tho arteries of the- fields nro choked and tho products must bo kept at home week nfter week and month after month. Of whnt uso nro our railroads then? Good country roads nro tho foundation of commerce and pf civilized government. AVithout them, nil our railroads lo tho sea area waste of tlmo and money. Tho curious fact Is that wo have paid so littlo attention to this truism that we havo permitted our highways to become clogged, and havo spent money on buildings that Bhould havo gone Into tho to-da- 1, 1892. mi Ml The management of our business, we aim first at the HIGHEST This littlo poum was written on hearing Kov. N. It. McNcmcr detxiribu (In the pulpit) tho emotions ho realized on Tho Usual Superstition In Regard IiIh lnt visit to his old home, and with n to This Day Should Bo Rovers slight digreBsion, is liis own language gcI, As Provod By Tho Clo- ) wandered t the hnme of my childhood, What emotion, thrilled my heart, When my feet once again pressed the threshold Of my home, and mylorcd nnes at rest i Much of It. beauty still lingers, There are thing, that lime cannot destroy 1 he brooklet, the rocks, and the hlll.ldej They charm me a when 1 wa. a boy. LUCKY FRIDAY. Ciffi Extract From a Papor " Mr. Joseph Altsholor. Courior-Journa- l, Vq Koyz THIRD STREET r- - verport Woman. An of Tho Boforo Communication Interesting Which Clearly Proves Itself To Be The Product of a Reflecting Mind. nrMii; iiKciutATifW. Tho Lato Press vention. Con- It's Full of Good Advice, and Our Correspondents Can Profit-By rj 1IHQ S V ia l ' j Mm mlmj And second at the The orchard-tree- . IiOWEST .UB, 115131 IIRll&SU 5I en- 1933 We believe our deavors in both of these directions have reached a point that cannot be surpassed by our competitors. If you have not seen our latest price list send for it. We have an abundant supply of the best quality o'f wheat and oan fill Special promptly. attention given to EXCHANGE ORDERS Every day in the week. Respectfully, ft W& va S3tl! irvington milling COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KY. The Best Opportunity Ever before tlio Public to ' v Save Money We ! '- Jbhn W. hava recently mtrchaaod .Dwlgot'a entire tock of Clothing, Ilata, La- -' We are de tiles,' Gent'i, Misses' 8hoei. tci mined to do the business by - UNDERSELLING-EVERYBODY. ' 'i ' To convince you wo are doing It and give nu a faint Idea what we are doing, wjll quote few prices', . . y uents for For For For For For $1,50 worth Youth's line shoes In Lace and Con$1:50 .....a gress, worth Ladles' fine shoe! in Lace and Mut'. $1 50 ton worth Ladles' fine shoes In Sprlngheol Tip $1.50 llutton, worth Ladles' medium weight Chamois lin41.50 ed, Luce and Iluttun, worth Ladles' Grain Lace nnd llutton, worth .w. $1.0 'Men's fine shoes In Laoo Jfc Con-pre- ss 75 Cents 50 Cent" Bargain Counter. Comlsts of Ladles' Fine Shoes . Fur Men's Russeta fine shoes. " Full Stock Itrngnni. Ladles' Fino Tip Oxford Tics. full to see our Don't '' " " Missses' Fine Ynu will be surprised tS see whnt great yon can get. Lace Cloth " bar-gai- r Linen Shades and Screens cheaper than ever 75e, For Laco Curtains, Sold For $1 25 25 1.50 ,01 .07 U Lace Curtains. ' h."l " " " ' I) " " " " ' llh " Scrims MInuetto Shades " " " " " " " !? " 2.00 8J4 .10 '90 i V ' ,tt Curtain Poles. Tj ... nt..i TTT1 - i. ilt 3 wniLtJ crooua. Zjter Plain White' tl N -- T it VERY OHEAr. f ,. floods .. M Vortn .. VA U II o fweafy-fivdifferent bitterns ery Salts, cheaper than erer sold before.' if. it 20 of Embroid ., . nirvf-.1iir.o- - wwv.-.q- . Tratle has bees extra good thU Season, be , eaase we have, the styles and prices to suit everyone. Bring yonr wool a,nd got ioiuo GEO. YEAIEL & CO. 1 '. BRANDBNBURa, KY. r J .CrmCAmmimJkmJ -- FOJ-. Dwfwood VVri " BK k OV Jtfa. j Persimmon .... M. 3it, KY. JWJJBXJNBU4N. 1611 WOUItVH-LI, 'MVM.MV' 1 I often hear tho complaint among industrious and thoughtful people that that they have no leisure for their work occupies the bulk of tlieir time, nnd tho small remnant that is left finds them too'wcaiy for anything, save complete rest. Thero is truth in this) and it makes us all long for tho tlmo when tho labor of life shall exert a. more gentle pressure upon mankind. However, therp is n mistake made in Is outsldo of thinking all me, So plain the vision seemed to working hours, for labor' itself, contains and mother And I seemed to see father for all tho elements of And brothers, mid nil, In our home, Then a thought crushed me down, like an who aro willing to utilise them. nvalinche Notalono in books and study, in con"Oh, God I am I standing alone i " versation and discussion, may our minds Then 1 roused me froni these saddening and characters ho developed and thought. strengthened, but our common daily I cast them all a.lde, tasks have alike mission to accomplish And looked into a glorious lleht One for us, if we aro but true. to them. Where pearly gates were opened wide ; Where"! saw all my loved ones, of the most important lcasons of labor, In a glorious angelic band. is iU discipline in our schools. Thoro My mother gently whispered, aro studies which aro pursued for the "My boy here's the Jletter Land" discipline of mind which thoy give, and "Dilve away every dark cloud of sorrow Ever kceplne the Savior In vfew, itisjutso with labor. Ita visiblo And He'll crown you with Ineffable glory, upon tho outward world are not now broken band, He'll rcney." And our moro Important than ita silent influonco Ky., April sSth, 1891. Stephcnsport, H.n. I.. in developing ability, steadfastness nnd patience, and maturing character in tho The poets sing, In dainty rhymes, ono who labors. Of summer days and sunny climes,' Sometimes hardship is tho soil in Of beauteous maidens, passing fair. which all manly and womanly qualities witching eje. and waving hair, With flourish, and tho true worker is continuTill, near tho end, you're apt to ce ally coping with (lifnculties. '1 Is but an "ad" for P. F. P. t that is, Pierce's Favorito Prescription, His failures .throw him upon his own the infallible and guaranteed remedy (or resources, cultivate energy and resoluall kinds of female weakness, which tion ; his hardships teach him fortitudo; " cures tho ailments of feeble, and liis successes inspiro and debilitated women, and restores them to youthfulness and beauty onco A knowledge of character is ono of tho more. Tho price of this royal remedy, rarest possessions, nnd real lifo is ever Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, is but destroying nil our notions of consistency. $1.00 u bottle, and money refunded in Tho selfish man startles us by a buret every case if it doesn't give satisfaction, of generosity; tho hard and cold man See guarantee on mcltainto Boftness; tho faithful friend is strangely fickle; tho wiso nnd prudent ! uijaqcoutably foolish. Wo seo certain fino qualities In a person, and from these proceed to build up Can It Be Possible That Such a a consistent character with which to inDemon Lives? n vest him, when suddenly our notions aro swept away by a course of action upon his part wholly unsuspected ,Tho Most Revolting Crime Ever Comand unaccountable. mitted In This Section. Wo cannot fathom tho thousand influences that act upon nn individual, both Itlonnlo Uuriinril, or Ohio Count)', from within and without, and render his Seduce IIIv Own Sln(cr. character so complex and seemingly contradictory. Yet wo all possess certain The Hartford Herald says: DeLiil3of perceptions of character, and it is sometho most,iovolting crimolnOhio coun- times held to bo mere instinct, which ty's history have been received from the somo havo in,a lurgo degree and others vicinity of Ceralvo. Mr. J. P Barnard not at all. By this instinct wo feel tho is a prosperous and highly respected prcsenco of an evil person, nnd nlso refarmer living in that vicinity and among cognize quickly tho truo and tho good. is bis tho members of his house-hol- d daughter, Belle, a winsome girl of 10 I maintain that Friday is a ''lucky" summers, who has been tho pride of her day. I)aniol Webster was born on Friday; parents and a popolar favorito in tho neighborhood. Sho has been regarded tho first steamship sailed on Friday; as a mere child and has never Tccolved Victoria, tho best queen, was born on the attention of any young gentlemen. Friday; Columbus discovered America For some months past .sho has been in on Friday.; tho battlo of Bunker Hill dellcato health, but boyond the general was fought nn Friday; tho first book sympathy of tho community no word was printed on .Friday, and tho ransom of tho world's salvation was paid on Friwas heard concerning her. On Sunday, tho eighth iust., sho was day. at church, and Monday sho assisted her Many a mother In nn liumhlo .homo mother in entertaining visitors. with littlo or no money, has struggled After supper that ovoning sho was mfssed from tho family room and hor hard to train her littlo ones to ho an andTt blessing to father hearing a poculiar noiso from nn honor to their country room which was not furnished, tho world, and many of our prominent adjohung in which.' thoro was no carpet, bed or and usoful men camo from such homes. chairs, asked a gentleman who had been A great responsibility rests upon tho working at tho place to step in and seo mothers of this country. Lifo is too what it was. Ho oponod tho door but short to bo spent in n round of gnlties, hastily drow back, telling Mrs. Barnard thus neglecting tho children Who do not , stny with us long. tofeo in thoro and sco after Bello. Tho "Never count the moments lost, mother was dumbfounded to find her Ncvafjnlud the time It cost., daughter standing in tho floor with a Little feet will go astriy Guide them, mothers, white you may." new-bor- n babd in her arms which she explained was her own. When asked tho father of her child sho declined to It has been said that it homo Js tho tell, but when suspicion had fixed upon kingdom of God, and tho kingdom of a young gentleman who had formerly God home, maybo It is becauso tho worked for her father, sho declared that woman, who Is the queen of that homo, ho was innocent. This loft tho child's makes homo tho center of her thought, paternity a mystery, until sho finally her hope and her prayer. confessed to her mothe'i that tho father It is becauso tho man who .lias sworn "of Ifefchlld was nouo other than her to love her, to honor her and to cherish owji brother. Monnio Barnard. her, knows that ho best keeps oath by , When it was known that sho had giv-o- n making her homo and his home glad, tho namo other seducer, young cheerful and beautiful. To them there community and has not grow up children, who know that tho wiieo been Jienrd of, He is a young man noblest duty Is tho duty next their about 23 years of ago, who has heieto-for- o hand and who find their parents vtheir borno a good reputation is fairly in- best companions. telligent and not at all the man one V would think guilty of his unnatural HOME DKCOKATIO.V. crime. you can In a room with n The community is very much oxclted mako n cozy corner on ono sldo near tho and should this bestial brother fall into Havo n sent built in tho tho hands of his former neighbor, it riglif angle of tho wall about eighteen would probably farp badly with him. inches high, and, porlmps, two foot deep. If your room will admit cushion thoseat, "April showers mako May fiowore.' throw eilk or cretonne drapery over It, Rnd wet feet make bad colds, but Light- decorate tho wall around it In any way ning Cough J)rops will euro any cough, you choose, aud yotHjavean ideal corner hoaraeiM, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, of comfort for an evening or a pleasant sys ; Lightning Cough afternoon 'chatj wheu the elements aro Zeniaj W. Drojitvis Borapthiitf wonderful. I do not raging outside, and you quite happy by j. think there is any mtMllcine In the world your own pretty UiRt wilt give bUr wUsfoctlon. Will Tliat Ulnt of scrofula in your blood d all claimed for it" All dealoru Hell can Ua wholly eradicated by Ayer's self-cultuta "run-downbottle-wrapper. The cat bird too, had buil( her nest, In the tame old apple tree, And .he perched upon a.bough and sing The ime old song fur me. Hut its cadence had n .adnc.s now, When then It had a Joj ; The clouds of Life come o'er the mm When 'twas sunihinc o'er the buy. My mother', flowers and trailing vineThat grew around our door Are nourished now, by strangers' hands, And bloom a. In day. of Yore. My little sister's cheery voice, lltr shout of baby glee, I seemed tc clasp her In my arms, ' Thtlr fragrance Jn.t as wtit, . At when a boy, their boughs I illinbld, With neer tiring fiet; tre lnfull l.lm.oin, , Its Perusal. Mr. Joseph Altsheler, of tho Courier-Journa- l, read a paper before tho lato 14. MILL. MANUFACTUnEna r.n GREAT HEAVENS fine-spu- Press Convention that contained tho following excellent hints to corrcspondenta: "Nor should the correspondent exng-eratAsido from being wrong it does not pay. A paper may mako n temporary success ,by tho reckless padding of s into sensations, but aftcrawhllo the public will find it out nnd turn to somo other. Most pcoplo Hko to beliovo that a news article thoy aro reading is true and thoy will soon grow tired of a paper iMtis always tho prostitution that ita inntter is fnlso until the contrary is proven. Ono of tho most noted papers In tho east lias, In recent years, furnished an illustration of this, and tho correspondent'shoutd, so far as he can by hia own work seek to jjlvo his paper a reputation for truthful statement. And tho paper especially wants tho country correspondent to remember that he is not editor, There is another man employed for that purpose who will direct its policy, announce its velws on politics, moral nnd other topics and! write tho editorials. Wo will furnish all tho opinion necessary. That Is what ho is for, another is an" intrusion. Ho does not oven ask suggestions, nnd if tho correspondent wishes to make himsolf popular in tho office, ho will send nono. His domain is news, absolutely and exthat ho must not clusively. venture, no matter how great tho temptation may bo nor how brilliant the opportunity may seem. Tho paper does not care for hia views on any topic. His opinion of tho member of Congress from his district may bo correct and very weighty, but tho paper would much rather have n two lino item of railroad news or note of similar length about boso ball, Neither does it want him to mako predictions. In journalism nearly all prophecies have to bo tekon bnck and tho f needs so much spaco for that purpose himself thqt thero is nono "r left for the correspondent. and clear, tho Besides being truthful correspondent should endeavor to bo Interesting, nnd tho latter is not at all tho former. Much depends upon tho manner in which an item is presontcd. Somo details aro dull, orthers are not. If it is to tho wholeness of n story that tho dull details should bo told, let it bo dono in as short spaco as possible and if any elaboration is allowed It can bo performed elsewhere. In this era of journalism, dullness Is a crimo. Newspapers ar (oo numerous and too largo, and there is too much in them to choose from, for pcoplo to waste their time over heavy and articles. If an item is tiresome, either in itself or becauso of tho manner In which it is presented pcoplo will skip It. I believe on certain extent In the mission nowspapcr as an educator and molder of public opinion, but it must bo dono indirectly. Wo do not cat In order to support life but becauso wo aro hungry, and it is a provision of nature through gratifying tho appetite wo shonld build up tho system. Tho papor must Instruct ita readers in the n same mannor, that is by making so interesting that they will read it. No paper can force its readers to swallow its dullness, and it should not attempt it. This, tho country correspondent must bear in mind, and ho should endeavor to always present his viovtsinacrisp and attractive manner. Put tho feature of tho item first, whoro it will catclt tho oyo and lead tho reader on. o. common-plure.itom'B-yoeditor-in-chieinfor-matio- OF i YMU Without delaying tho beginning of the work on our now building, July 1st. We havo arranged with tho contractors to remain in our old houso until June 14th, and our "Great-Moving-Out-and lilllllllllH muBBsSmm I Tearing-Dow- n Siding ' IT -- : WWii gSS If oxdteta Mi I OfMen'B and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is continued. After Juno 14th finds us at m Wswm Keep constantly on hand .1 largo stock of roads. Ilcccntly there has boon an uprising of tho people an indication of renowed interest in tho nearest way to market. There was a State convention at Springfield whereat delegates expressed their opinion that convicts should bo employed to work the roads, and that an amend ment to tho constitution should bo advocated authorizing county courts to levy a larger tax for road purposes. What will that amount to? It is cheaper to employ convicts inside the prison walls and employ square labor for road work. Thero is much talk of competition with honest effort, but when tho taxpayers of Missouri aro asked to give up half a million dollars a year to support prisoners at work on country roads thero Is likely to bo nn emphatic objection. The history of all government shows that tho best roads aro nqt State roads, but thoso built by provinces nnd by counties. It is therefore a local question. Tho county court should provide for tho improvement of all highways leading to railroad points, null tho pcoplo should fitend ready nnd willing to pay for it. Thoso who havo studied tho situation know that whilo tho pcoplo aro anxious to move forward on this proposition thoy nro unable to agree upon tho best policy to bo pursued ; they cannot seo that n substantial local tax will bo an individual benefit, and hence a number of farmers entertain the idea that the Government should aid them that some undefinablo pereonago at Washington should step into tho breach and build for "them a highway to market. Tho farmers ought to This is build and ow n tho country roads. Tho cost will not bo great when shared equally by all. And when thoy find their produce going quickly to market and getting tho benefit of promptness and dispatch, thoy will bo content with tho small per capita tax required to mako tho country roads available. But it takes energy, capital, entcrpriso and hard senso to mako good roads permanently good. Thero is talk about tho highways of Europo, which cost nn nvcr-ag- o of $3,000 a milo to build nnd $500 a year to maintain. Thero Is only ono o way to equal them, and that Is to for a local tax and for local workors, Inspectors and supervisors. It Is purely n homo question, depending for its solution upon tho entcrpriso of tlto individual citien. The Republic. non-senspro-vid- Vqs! 321 LI Third G-reate- i3t OUR NEW HOUSB.M Market?! v I-- , o u. I s v 1 1 1 e'ai -- Swiss Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPORT, KY. n.: Hulf squaro below old corner. OLOTHlir & BRO ' HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- m i 7 Tlnsf. MmWKt... oTTsTEHiTssoobj-sr- . V cnisrrrr n ivt rncf- UM -i-UJL- S" 'PfE)0 b -N V-- T-J PlrJ "" ,4,00 From I to BOO horse power. DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AND Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R, MACHINE Co. BUSINES; ,30 m 43 30 25 3STO. Tuklnff TIME SCHEDULE Effect At 5iQ0 18. o'clck A. H. Wednezday July 29. '91 Wat Bound Trains M.?ll& Eatt Bound MiSlA Kxpr's Dally Trattu Bxpr's Kxpr's Dally 6 25pm D4U STATIONS Hpr. Dally 9 CSprc ' Dally 7 45am 8 41 720 767 807 811 817 827 800 7 21 7 47 845 900 908 917 920 934 9 44 1000 1010 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 10 60 11 IX) 9 21 1 00 Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 12 45 fvCniUCKV Dl. 12 05 West Point 12 U2pm Howard 11 45an Rock Haven Long Uranch 1138 Urandenburg 11 29 Meade bprings 1125 805 802 sou Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shingle Machines. Macliinory, Keep in Stock New and Second-han- d Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies, and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. 7 40 7 31 14l . &IVB ITS .A. Oj-XjL- . Jr I ''m 8M 1KB 8 37 8 47 95.! Irvlngton Webster I.odlburg 1'icrte Akron Guston 1119 1111 1102 1063 1045 1033 865 648 640 6 31 715. 727 723 MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Kegular and Itoliablo 911 9 21 92S 9 31) M)46 1030 Simple Stephensport 1023 1018 Addison 1015 Holt 051 1001 1010 1018 10 24 10 28 1111 1118 1121 11 21) Sklllman JIawcsvllle Petrie Palcon Cayce Cloverport Shops 1001 9 67 9 44 933 9211 626 618 613 610 567 663 640 6 30 6 22 FURNITURE DEALER f , 1031 1050 1102 1111 1135 1162-- m 12 07pm It iBbeyond question that Ayer's Cher ry Pectoral heads tho list of remedies for" diseases of tho throat and lungs. Fourth District Soys. Extract from II. A. Sommers' Wahsington ter to the KlUabcthtown News.) let- Mattingly 1?? Stanley 1131 230 Worthinirton 246 1140 Snottsville 101 1155 1205pm 111 lla.kett. 1220am 125pm ar.Hcnders'n lv 1123 1216 Owensboro l'owers Pates 920 915 909 861 837 827 815 8 01 515 611 5 05 4 48 Is always on hand with a full stock, including iX 4 25 413 765 7 37 7 29 0'., 365' 4 tTjj Yvl sfHHHHHR) SEWING PICTURE FRAMES, MACHINES, TRIMMINGS, ETC. -- Coffins, Burial Gaskets, M 715am 337 329 315pm R. R, LouIsvlMe.Hardinsburg TAKING EFFECT & Western 20, No. 2 TIME TABLE. V firo-plu- fire-plac- e. tr, fire-plact- It is a fixed and immutable law that Bast Hound Trains Hound Trains Kentucky may not havo its full quote West Dally to havo good, sound health ono must Dally I Dally Dally havo pure, rich uud abundant blood. hero in tho Departments but tho old ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 CLOVEttl'OUT, KY. No. 6 No.l There Is no shorter nor surer route than Fourth District is certainly represented 9 30am 11 30am Lv Irvlngton Ar Garfield 8 35 12 10pm by a bright set of young men. There is by n courso of Do Witt's Snqtaparilla. lamed 815 1225 J.0. 1I0URNE, DANIEL USpOKS. J. M. IIARPElt, Sold by Short & Hnyncs, Cloverport, and Mr. Rob't. E. Woods, of Cloverport, who Ilardinsburg 760 1242 Kirk 715 118 S? was principal in tho Elizabcthtown Beard & Beelcr, Ilardinsburg. 1 30 Jolly 7 05 644 Glendeane 148 Graded School for three- - years. Mr. BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, Dempster 6 34 H Woods holds a good position itt tiro War PRESTON. 215pin ar l'allslloughlv 614am 664 Ilockvale 260 Department. In connection with his ofT 6 29 Kuth 302 5 21 Askint 314 a pretty horso ficial duties ho has found tlmo to study Mr. Alox Bargor drives 5 00 Oak. 329 College. 4 45am 4 0Qpm ArFord.villeI.v and a new cart ; quite n stylish turn- law and attend tho Columbia Ho is in tho senior class and has bcon , out. . . sjlcctcd as its orator. Ho wilt graduate THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LIKE. There are n good many Bill Nyo farmCATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. and oxpects to swing out his ers In tills vicinity. Thoy continuo to next month E. A ST. L. R. R.) (L. shlnglo in Old Kentucky. Geo. Burba go to their corn patches between showBOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. aud O. W. Mather of Laltuo, K. Lt Nail ers. r ' SHORTEST, QUICKEST of Hardin, and J. W. Taylor of Meade, There was n family reunion at Mr. T. is a quartette of bright young Kontuck-ian- s AND BEST LINE TO TOOjOOO. All tho children who aro making a government posiS. Bargor's yesterday.' nnd grandchildren being there except a tion tho stopping stono to a professional career nnd work during tho day and atson, who resides in Kansas, tend lectures at night. Mr. Samuel FisAND ALL POINTS Dr. J. B. Frymlro is weighing and get- cher, of Eliiabethtown, whilo ho is look' OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, ting ready to ship two coops of .his fancy ing up pension matters during olllco 4 South-Wes- t. hours burns tho midnight oil (gas) in chickens, and I will bo glad w hen tho study preparing himsolf for a specialist , 201 BR&ADWAY. Breckexriuoe Nkws gets hero, and may anQ no is bound to get there too. Orgaalied ai a State Bank 18JS Und National Act 1MJ, Tine-Car- d write again when I havo more time. in Effect Jqt, 1830. y - Messrs". N, Visitors in town Jiqm E, Bra&Diij, Pm't. login C. Tiwrfw't, Oliw P, Itnjf, Cu&k Lr. Louisville 8.10 a.m. ..8. 35 p.t&.4:39 p.m. Brunor, W. A. Alton, Nowscm Gardner, Arr St. Louts 6i56 pro ...8:4J a m Children Cry for Pitchor's Castoria. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr, Walter Bargor, lOiOOp.m. Kranirllle 1:20 " CORKESPONPEN012 INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITED. Jabe Brashear and T. S. Fryiniro. VisFor farther information, call on or addreii, out of town : Hugh and Bluncho itors R. A. CAMPBELL, Frymire, gone to Chonnult; Miss Eva When Daby waa alek, we garo her CaatorU. Gea'l Fast. Aj't, Eranivllle, lad, Wheu the wm a Child, she erled for CartoriA, " L'assett, Little Itoy and Mjss Julia gono MUNTED AT THIS J. B CAMPBELL, to thp country) Mis Fannio Frymlro When she became Mlse, she olung to Caateria,' D, P. A. LouIirllU, Ky and Vnndor, aro out calling this after- When tho had Children, the care' them CaatorU. 'cityTIoket Offloo,S. W. Cur. Third A Mala St Ky Loul.vHle noon. 1 JULY 1891. Always call on him and ascertain prices boforo purchasing elsewhoro. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot bo undersold. K1 . jA HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock St. Louis, Evansville Capital, The Tradesmens National toj, Bank J '"" West and to-da- Hli' j:-- " I Picnie Bills OIFMOIS. I 1 AU litfclilTII Ii . fnv,tl. I,,, -- 4ssr - & ECKENRIDGE tDNESDAY, NEWS. 1, 1892. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. JUNE VIRdlL O. n Aim AOK, Editor and Proprietors. , L. A: T. Local Tlmo Cnrd. 10.01 a.m. fSiptMi going l!at -- iu.m a.m. weit S.&7 p.m. " Eait I, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOINO WIST. Patienger Daily arr. Hardlniburg..l2i42 p.m. ooma KABT. Pauenger Dally arr. Hardlnlburg- - 7i50 a.m. rttght " " Weit Eait weit .iv.u) i,d. IMS p.m. 11.19 a.m. or uircuib vium.. ..j, Ire ahlhorUed to announce U.S. Skillman to the office of Clr- kaniltdate for rtClcrk, subject to the action 01 tne ffSl ithorlzed r ? ic to announce A. M.iia(gowr - - m.JM.I. fir PImmiI. Pnnrl 11. Bcyo the action of the Democratic ' .. 1. Ktftwart ....I !..Ju.n.ium. ! btter, ai a canillilalc for Circuit Court wbjecixo uic nciion 01 mc wtiw.t."w are authorlied to annouce Granville S. rnniilrlate for Circuit Court Clerk. to the action of the Democratic party. . j!k up the street question. to- - fis News' guessing contest closes Kkxtucky is one hundred years old f!tivP.nronT will nut on her best bib fiml tucker, nnd givo our visitors on the a hearty good welcome. l jfri'c National Republican Convention eta In Minneapolis h'd two next Tucwlay. to one thnt Maine win ue mo aminee. ,,,,. Mnmli nf Jnfl IlainbletOll this section will bo pajned to hear of t'lis nnfortunaio acciuent i ma nuu.u ... tllcncWrson last Saturday night. im. EAbfcAxn, our pretty little suburb, is Into lifo ana activity. j.m.u in tho - r.nr linnaoq Imilt and of construction out there now. is to bo hoped that the now council nn the-- cas oil Uio sirceuj. kill Ffther givo us gas light or oil lamps Anything is hotter than total darkness. 5 r v Mrs. Ilnfley is giving her store houso a fresh coat of paint. Mr. John Ilcston was hero from Meado county last Saturday. Mrs. George Druner, Union Star, is .visiting Mrs. D. II. Severs. MissFannlo Goodson, of Ilawesville, is visiting Mrs. Dr. Mosely. Don't forget tho placo for your best bargains is T. O. Lewis. James I. Hall and Mr. V. T. Burton were in the city last Sunday. Mr Edgar Bennett and Major Morris, Irvlngton, wero in tho city Friday. Miss Jonnio Warflcld, of Cloverport, is in tho city visiting Miss Llllie Scott.- Hardin it Brown headquarters for family groceries and confectioneries. Miss Suo Cox, of Bcwley ville, was hero last week visiting Mrs. V. G. Babbago. Mr, .B. F. Beard went through easily as a delcgato to tho National Convention Mrs. Dr. Smith, Cloverport, was hero visiting iriends last Saturday nnd Sunday. Go to Hardin & Brown's for your family groceries, tho cheapest and best in tho city. Mrs. Dr. Bennington, of Owensboro, is in tho city visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Abo Morris, Big Spring wero hero the guests of Major Horaco Scott. Misses "Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury were visiting hero last week from Bew-vill- e. , It trn rr..r- , ', iinn1inHliun brass band has on tho 10th, and enliven tho occasion iritlwtMh-- beautiful and enchanting linillv consented to join our excursion insr and neighbors at cominc over in force on ITanllnsburc aro riWiflOth? They want to see if what tho lfws has been saying about Uovcrpon Jialf true. "Quit good friends Kins town ought to putTown this sum- Mat leat ono mninuG of brick street. Lrjck streets nreajood for other towns, Let us prac- ij,y not for ClOrTerport? anntjvciftacli. rTiiKiiE is a flno opening in this city for sell couinped machine shop. JIana- or Ferry says thero is repairing enough itn, fmm lir-r- to siinnort n irood nv toiiliaiidsomely. Mn. 11. Let us have it. F. Bkahd was an easy winner In tho raco for District Delegate to tho Chicago Convention. It is an lionor to Rny community to send a man of Air. card's sterlitiK Kood sense and judge- pent to represent them in any capacity. ?L'- - Clovehi-ou- t brick aro acain at the top. At a recent test in Louisville they stood nbovo all others in both abrasion and absorption. It is a settled fact that there are no better brick made in tho country than right hero In Cloverport. And it is only a question of time until she will bo the great paving brirk center for tho west and south. f IlAiini.vsnuna has just pa.ssed through one of the most delightful and pleasant weeks in her history, llardinsburg is rover moro at homo to herself than when entertaining a Methodist Conference, and thero aro few towns that know-hogenuto dispense tho ine Kentucky hospitality, better than do tho good people of our capital city. Tin: Republicans of this county held a 7nectingin llardinsburg last Saturday. They made no nominations. It is tho talk that they will coinbino with tho Third Tarty to down tho Democrats. Tho Third Tarty furnishing candidates for Circuit Judgo and Sheriir and tho Republicans holding up tho tail of tho ticket with G. T. Jolly as a candidate for Circuit Clerk. - of tho L., 1L & W., "appreciate tho News' low rate excursion and aro coining over from all points. Wo expect flvo hundred strangers in town that day. This w ill bo a flno The people along tho lino opportunity for our merchants to hump themselves and show their old patrons tthatthoycandoin tho way of prices and complete stock of goods. Sam. L. Sulzeu says Cloverport ought to spend $25,000 on her streets at once. It would be tho best investment she could make. As Mr. Sulrcr.is one of tho largo tax payers of the town Jio does not i.peak without authority. Tho News in with Mr. Sulzcr. , Good streets add moro to a town's general prosperity than any othcr'ono thing. Thoy make a good Impression upon tho strangers when they como within our gates. A town with good streets is a living, talking, advertiseworking and nover-tiro-oment for it. They arq good for the present generation, but better for posterity. They como high, but that doesn't mat-to- r, posterity will help to pay for thorn, nnd bo glad oi it. Let us havo good M recta. The I rata mil be to lorn on the txcunion ly tlte Srfclcnridge AVi, Friday f,ntn June 10i, that ererytodf can come nnd 1 tpendthe day in Cloitrjiorl chrajtrr than ' " i'HWJt'J' " lir,me' This is Rev. R. W. Browders last year as Presiding F.ldcr in the Klizabcthtown District. A lifo sizo crayon portrait given away with every $10 worth of goods at Mrs. S. A. Haffoy A Co's. Rev. J. F. Bedford, of Bowling Green, was present representing tho publishing interest of the church. Prof. H. W. Crowder, of Russcllville, was present representing the interest of tho Logan Female College. Miss Lillio McGlothlan, of Irvlngton, was hero visiting Miss Mattic Adkisson lost Saturday and Sunday. t, Miss Willibie Moorman and Mrs. Big Spring, wero here last Saturday, visiting Mrs. Judgo Board. Go to J. W. Mattingly's on the South side of Court Square, for your family groceries, confectioneries, etc. Bro. Hayes from Brandenburg made n big light for tho Conference thero next year, but thoy out voted him. Sewing machine oil, needles, shuttles, bands, rubbers, bobbins, etc. etc., all waranted first quality, T. C. Lewis. Miss Lizzio Stiles, of Stepliensport, was tn the city attending tin. Conference. Sho was tho guest of Mrs. Bowmer. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stone, of Leitch-fielwero attending Conference here last week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt. The District Conference was a great success, and the preachers and delegates wero highly pleased with the courtesies extended them. Don't fail to call at Mrs. S. A. Haffcy A Co.'s, and sco those beautiful lifo size portraits given away with every $10 worth of goods. For and for repair of watches, clocks, spectacles, jewelry, ladies' nnd gent's full lino In stock and neat substantial work done. T. C. Lewis. Rev. Smith, tho boy preacher, had a crowded house to hear him Sunday evening. He is only eighteen years of ago and is an interesting speaker. Pupils at tho llardinsburg Normal will bo charged 75 cents per week from tho Present enrolment day of entering. R. P. Shacklett. fifty. tho Woman's Missionary meeting, .At an address of welcome was read by Mrs. O. L. Beard, followed by a response from Mrs. Whitehead, of Vine Grove. Music and musical instruments of nil kinds, also agent for tho celebrated Wub-litzpiano and organ, best in tho mnr-ke- t. Call nnd seo me. It will bo money to you to do so. T. C. Lewis. Very low rates from all. point) on the L., All soldiers who wish their pension 11. it" II'. will be giten on the llreclenridye claims torecelvopromptattention, should Neu Jircumon Friday, June 10th. placo thorn in tho hands of Joseph II. Hunter, Pension Attorney, Washington, $100 Reward. $100. D. C. I know from experienco that ho Tho readers of tho Bueckknuiixie is the proper party to handlo such cases. News will bo pleased to learn that there A A WON ISOIITOX. is at least one dreaded disease that Miss Josie Mattingly, daughter of Mr. scienco has been able to euro in all its and Mrs. Charley Mattingly, died at her stages, and that is Calarrh. Hall's Cahomo near hero last Thursday evening tarrh Cure is tho only positivo cure now nfteran illness of several weeks. Sho known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh was a sweet christian lady, and the famibeing a constitutional disease, requires a ly havo tho sympnthy.of friends in tho constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh community. Cure is taken internally, acting directly Tho mcmbeis of tho Conference spent upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of a most delightful session. It was re- the system, thereby destroying the marked by many of thchi that tho ses- foundation of the discaso, and giving tho sion was moro liko an Annual Confer- patient strength by building up the conence than anything olso. Tho interest stitution and assisting nature in doing its taken was greater than usual, and the work. Tho proprietors hayo so much community appeared to enjoy tho pro- fnith in its curative powers, that thoy offer Ono Hundred. Dollnis for any caso ceedings. Tho following we're present us delegates that it falls to cure. Send for list of Address, to tho District Conference : Fllzabe,th-towF. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. J. L. lMrington, llardinsburg CirSySold by Druggists, 75c. cuit, L. K. Campbell, G. W. Beard, M. Board, B..F. Beard, V. K. Roberts, M. I). Notice. Pumphrey, James Harper, V. B. Henderl, Rov. W. G. McCready, Diocesan son, J. A. Wilt, O. F. Black, J. S. Tho J, II. Skillman; Hodgenvillc, G. Evangelist, proposes to begin a mission S.King; Vino Grove, R. C. Aloxander; nt Cloverport, July 20th to closo 31st. Brandenburg, W. C. Hayes; Falls of Mrs. M. A. Freeman regrots thnt infirmRough, T. L. Crandell ; MeDaniols, R. ity prevents her personally making any B. Campbell, D. R. Smith, John Butler, urrangcmcnU for tho.nbovo, but will bo J. II. Hayes, R. L. McFufiln ; Stephens- - glad to see or confor with any ono kindly port, S.T. Stiles, J. D. Cart, J. B. Biggs, wishing to do so. Miss Edna Davis; Constantino, A. G. Fraier; Xouisvillo Circuit, I W. Brow-deI'OK THE 1II.OOD, Weaknnu. Malaria. Indlseatlon and Wolf Creek, C.Y.Smith; Leitcl DllJouineM. take imow'N'S moN hittkiib. field, L. M. Russell, G. W. Stone, J. W. It cure quickly. For aalo by all dealcM fa Gardner; Millorstown, J. B. Galloway. medicine, (Kt lite gcnuluo. Till-botd, er n, Mar-shalr; Dr. J, O. Bush, of Ilawesville, will bo in tho city at Hoard's bote) from Uio Gth to tho 13th of Juno. All persons in this placo and vicinity desiring dontitl work of any kind will do weir to call on him Any work that ho may do is guaranteed to givo satisfaction or money refunded. Dr. Bush bears tho reputation of a first-cladentist, being a graduato of ono of tho best dental schools in tho country and having had largo experienco in tho work. Remember tho dato from June Oth until tho 13th. Tho following delegates wero present at tho Sunday School Conference: J. W. Gardner, Miss Virgio Gardner, C. K. Augustus, Valley Station; Miss Salliii Frymirc, John Gardner, Union Star; Miss Emma Mosely, J. D. Cart, J. B. Biggs,' Stepliensport; T. B. Henderson, Webster; W. A. Goldsmith, MissTuttle, Miss Annlo Lltsey, Falls of Rough; Miss Laura Galloway, McDaniete ; T. J. Jolly, F. Blanford and W. 11. Cain, Sr Bewley-villMrs. Bcttio Whitehead, Mrs. Em-m- n Eskridgo, Miss Eddio Robinson, Vine Grovo ; Miss Mollio Spurrier nnd Mrs. L. Green, Falls of Rough. A good many folks aro going from hero on the 10th Inst, to Cloverport, on tho excursion to bo given by tho News. Tho llardinsburg Brass Band has been engaged for tho occasion, and everything will bo done to make tho trip an enjoy-abl-o nfl'air for ono day. Tho rates from this, and all points along tho lino will bo so low that any ono wishing to tako a rido on the road and spend a pleasant day, will certainly tako ndvantago of the trip. Tho train will bo under coptrol of good men, nnd nothing will bo allowed on tho trip that will in tho least mar the pleasure of tho guests. Of course there aro no great sights to bo seen in Clovor-por-t, but it will bo a long nnd pleasant ridp, where friends can meet friends, nnd go around Cloverport nnd seo nil that is to bo seen. The now brick plants, nnd tho railroad machine shops, nnd other enterprises in Cloverport, will bo well worth n visit to those who have not beon there lately. It is a town in our county that is growing, and all who havo n pride in the growth and presperity of a town or country, will not miss opportunity to take in the day. The rates will bo so low that you con't stay at homo. Then tho News is determined to make tho trip pleasant and enjoyable to everybody. Tho District Conference of the M. E. church South convened at tills placo last Wednesday. Rev. R. W. Browder in tho chair. The proceedings opened with devotional exercises, followed by an address of welcome by V. G. Babbago. Tho first two days of tho session wero taken up with tho Sunday School work in tho District. Thero wero a good number of delegates present, representing tho Sunday School interest, nnd tho reports from various parts of the District sliowcd that portion of tho work to bo in a prosperous condition. Tho work of tho District Conference proper, began on Friday morning, nnd occupied two days. Reports of church work throughout tho District from th various prcrchers was the principal business on hand. Tho reports showed generally that both tho financial nnd spiritual condition of the church in the Elizabethlown District was good. Dr. Settle of Louisville was before tho. Conference on Friday in behalf of tho Church and the work of Foreign Missions. His nppeals to tho church on both of these topics were very eloquent and touching, nnd seemed to awaken a now interest in the work. Tho Womens Missionary Society met on Friday night nnd made n report of the work dono in that cnuso for tho past year. Largo sums had beon gathered in by tho lady members of this society, during the year just closod, and paid out for tho causo of Missions. Their reports showed that tho interest in this work was increasing, and largo additions wero being made to tho society throughout tho District. Miss Vitula Daniel presided at tho meeting, and exhibited great zeal for the further success of tho work. On Sunday nftcrnoon Mrs. Bruer, of Louisville, was present, representing tho Orphans home. $180.00 was subscribed by tho congregation for that institution. The following were elected delegates to the Annual; Conference which meets nt Campbellsville, Ky. : G. W. Beard, T. B. Henderson, F. R. Roberts and J. W. Gardner. Alternates, Ru'us Holbert, and W. II. Cain. Tho District Conference meets next year nt Sonora, Ky. ss o; BRANDENBURG. II. B. Livers, of Guston, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Bondmant hag been quite sick for tho past weok, Mrs. 8. 0. Malin attended conference nt llardinsburg last week. W. II. Richardson, of Louisvlllo, was hero tho first of last week. There was a largo excurson camo down Sunday on tho Sunshine. T. J. William and wife, of Hill Grovo, visited Judgo Rawlings' family last week. Miss Bertha Lewis is visiting her grandfather, Mr. James Pattcson, near Guston. Miss finely Munford and sister, from near Irvington.'wero in town shopping last week. Mrs. Bclmero nnd Mrs. Summers, from Bullitt county, aro visiting nt Mts. A. Moremens. Miss Georgia Morctnen returned Friday from i visit of several days to and Guston. Robert Herndop, of near Webster, visited at J.udgo Rawlings tho latter part of tho week. Robort just returned from Denver, Col., last week where ho has been tor tho past year on account of poor health. Mrs. J. AV. Richardson, Mrs. W. H. Gough nnd Mrs. II, B. Grinnel aro to bo lady managers in nn entertainment to be given for tho benefit of tho throo churches Catholic, Baptist and Methodist by tho request of tho young pcoplo of tho town. It will bo given in tho Opera Houso the last of June. Mrs. Dora Cosby Edelcn died of congestion of the stomnch Saturday morning nt 7 o'clock. Sho had' beoi complaining for about three weeks, but was never confined to her bed until a few davs before her death. Neither her physician or family considered her In a serious condition until about five hours before her death. Sho was buried nt St. Martin's church. Mrs. Edelcn was a momber of St. Martin's church. She lived a truo christian nnd died only as a christian can dio in full faith relying on. a blessed Redcmcr's lve. Her funeral was appropiately and eloquently prench-c- d by Father Fitzgerald, Sho leaves a husband, aged father, brothers and sister, besides a largo circlo of friends to mourn her loss. Tho bereaved ones have the sympathy of their many friends. She rests in peace. Bow-loyvil- lo LACE CURTAINS, r A. Decorated Window Shades, CURTAIN POLES, Ash, Mahogany and Ebony. Finish -'- "-ffi GOODS YOU CURTAIN FIXTURES, Can Bank On ! 4"-v DRAPERY CHAINS, Etc. . r " Shoes, ';' Hats, ''..'. ClotH in-er:-- ' Quality High Quality Large Prices Low ! ! ! :;. '') 1 Smart GOOD - & Co., -- j CLOVERPORT, KT. K5 CLOVERPORT, KY. THING SAMPLE. Tho health of our neighborhood is very good. Will Be Worth Preserving. Tho Decoration Day- - issuo .of tho Albany Telegram will consist of 10 pages on army bluo paper. Among tho illusn cut, estrations will bo a pecially gotten up for Memorial Day, ono of tho National Monument at Gettysburg and views of tho Confederate Monuments at Charleston, Savanah, and Atlanta, together witl'i other illustrations. You can fljUlU IU IllO IMUUlll. havo n copy sont you by sending flvo Mr. It. L. Oelze and Mr. Jaincfl R. cents to tho Telegram, Albany, N. Y, for Danvillo to Skillman leavo JkBiM E, Muttlogly, who will naralliitU attend tho commencement 'of Centor tome roonth go. vti out for the College, Farmers are through planting corn in this vicinity. Mr. J. M. Mattingly is having his houso newly painted. Mrs. Gene Connor went to Rome Sunday to visit her parents. Mrs. J. B. Jolly was suffering the past week with a very bad cold.- Miss Bcttio Blain, of Stepliensport, is visiting relatives and friends hero. Mr. Sam Pato, of llardinsburg, wns tho guest of Miss Lucy Jolly Sunday. The young pcoplo hnd a social party at Mr. Henry Gibson's Saturday evening. Rov. Hurtz Smith, of Wolf Creek, will preach hero Monday evening May 30th. On account nf tho rainy weather farmers aro very much behind with their work. Mrs. Margaret Smith, of Vine Grovo, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lcnnder Stewart. Miss Lena Galliland, Avho taught tho spring school here, gave vory good satisfaction. , Mr. Ben Lay, of Stepliensport, was tho guest of Mr. J. B. Jolly and family last Sunday. We havo not yet learned tho nnmo flf tho small young"gentleinan nt Mr. Letcher Browns. Mr. Clint Bcncharap has returned from Eliznbcthtown, where ho has been for several days. Miss Bcttio Blount's charming fnco Is circulating among her many friends of this placo again. Mr. AI Seaton is standing bohind tho counter nt this place, and wo arc glad to say looking better. Miss Winnio Hardin, of Lodiburg, was visiting relatives and friends hero Saturday and Sunday. Hon. Geo. W. Jolly, of Owensboro, was among the passengers on tho" east bound train Sunday evening. Mr. James Mattingly nnd sister, Miss Mollie, of Hazel Dell, wore visiting their brother, Mr. J. M. Mattingly, Sunday. Rev. J. H. Lcnnin, of llardinsburg; preached in the M. E. church hero Sunday morning to nn Interested audience. Mr. Will Gibson and family, of Lodiburg, wero visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Gibson, Saturday nnd Sunday. Quito n number of teachers aro look ing after our school. Tho district is large, tho houso very good nnd wo ought to havo n good teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Littlo and Mr. Connor boarded the west bound train this morning for Romo, Ind.j to visit friends and relatives nnd gathor strawberries. Dr. Henry Uasham, of Curdsvilto, past through this placo en ro to for Mooloy-villwhere ho is expecting to prepare Tho Doctor still wears dental work. those pleasing smiles. Three cheers for tho ono who wroto "On Chewing Tobacco In Tho Houso of Goi," published in last week's News. Wo hope every .man in tho country, who is in the habit of chewing tobacco in church, will seo and read thoso lines. Certainly after reading thorn not ono would ever enter church again with a 11 e, ARE IN STORE FOR YOU. The Good Things we refer to are in our store, and they aro their for you and everybody. - LIQUOR HABIT John i'l'cilMo'n The comp.nv con.l.t. of Tho,. L. ll.rr.lt, I. M. Atherton.Hailey, C, I . and Jul.lu. n.rthouje, W. II. Win. Hay, M. SchwurU, McCUrty, n. H. l're,e, Cliarlei K. Johuwn, Jude K. II. Thompson. Correipondence boncueo Louisville Institute, OTTIttG FOR THE OF THE 1008 First St., Bet. Jacob & College Sts., Louisville, Ky. DR. SRMUBL H. dflRVIN, MANAGER. .11. Our Slock i$ BifcQ & Stream- - )" STEPHENSPORT. James II. Luy wns in Louisville last week. Master Webb Robertson went to Louis-vill- o Friday. Mr. Estell Wedding is in town nt tho Bennett liouso. Mrs. Lizzlo Taulman was in Cloverport lost week. Mr. Carlt Richardson, of Union Star, wasin town Monday. Mr. L. B. McCubbins left Monday for llardinsburg to attend tho Normal. Miss Bcttio Dowell was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Wash Payne last week. H. G. Reynolds, of Rome, Ind., ships strawberries daily to Now Albany, Ind. Misses I'earl and' Nona Torrigo, of Cloverport, nro in town visiting relatives, Mr. Jefr Hook, of llardinsburg, was the guest of Miss Georgia Hawkins Sunday. Dr. L. Goldstein and Bro., Mr. .Herman Goldstein, of Henderson, were in town last week. Rov. I. V. Grogory, of tho Christian Church, held a series of meetings here last week in the Baptist church. Brashear & Lay sold out their drugs Dr. D. last week to Shellman Bros. White will assist in clerking for nwhllo. Mrs. J. P. Mosely, Misses Lizzie Stiles, Katie Crawford, Rev. S. P. Stiles, and Mr. Jas. Biggs attended tho M. E. Conference nt llardinsburg lost weok. Miss Fanny Brashcar's school closed Friday, it was quito a successful term, and all were nlcased with her work. Sho returned to her homo, at Preston, Sunday. Mrs. 6. P. Stiles and family hnvo tho sympathy of tho writer, in tho death of her mother which occurcd Tuesday, May 17th, at Bloomflold, Ry. Till, life wm o'er, her rnlation filleil, God lwaj doc wlut,s best, And In the evening of her life, She wn iwcetly called toett. march of medical fcience, claned among those wblob can be cured. Take for Instance the case of drunkenos, since so much attention has been glyen to this prevelant complaint, there have been various cures Introduced. Dr. Samuel II. Garvin, of this city, has tried a system of treatment which he discovered, on many ot the worst cases at the jail to which he Is attached as physician, and therefore be has bad special opportunities nf testing this method, and in every case It has proven a perma. ment cure, and not merely n temporary lull. In fact so great Is the success of this special treatment, that an Institution known as the Louisville Institute for tho euro of the Liquor Habit, at 1008 1st. St., has been organized, with the following well known and prominent cltltens interested in it : Tbos. h. Barret, Preildsnt nf Dank of Kentucky, J. M. Atherton, John II. Leathers, O. II. Moore, Wm. Ray, M. Schwartz, Lnuis and Julius W, II. Ualtcy, C. 1. Moorman, Gl'nton MoClarty, II, F. Freie, Chas. F, Johnson, Judge W. M. Jackron and Judge II. II, Thompson t and morever this treatment seems to possess decided advantages over most of the other treatments in thai it Is very mild, to that no patient will object to it; thero are no hypodermic Injections, no other disgreeable features of administering the medicine, and as to danger, there is obiolutly none, as there are no poisonous drugs of any kind used, and tbe moral portion of the care is left entirely with tho patlont. Thero Is a fine field for this excellent Institution nnd we would advise thoie who have frlenjlj in whom they are interested nnd needing tbls treatment to place them in communication with Dr. (larvin or any of tho parties interested In it. Bark-house, There Is Hope For The Drunkard. Dlieaits which few jcnr ago wero considered ai Incurable, nro now, thank, to the 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. SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE Sodo Sluggish Stock, they become deoayed, they are not,fit for' commercial use any more than decayed meat, finally, they are known 4 as "Dead.'1 1 -- 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. Do You Appreciate the Advantage vantage by trading with Brecienridye News Fonhville and all fiitrrmediate points to Cloverport, June 10th. Get ready for the Of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of Now Goods? If you do, you can have that ad- WOMAN'S COMFORT in BANKor - ' Mag,' Family Boat for Sale. Jersey Cow for Sale. Cloverport,' ' . A irood family boat isxie feet, two don't leak In roof or bottom, will tell chtit lurtuecnartlcuiari rail on or nciuren KKKI1 hMlTll. Stcphcntpc Nothing gives tho ladies as much genuine comfort as a nlco lino of EAEDnrSBUHG Capital Steele $25,000. B. F. BEARD, PrMldent. WILL MILLER, M. Dress Goods We nro showing nico things In IOll coi with a jrounR calf. J'rk For further particular call nn or aihlrcs C. O. WAKKIKM), Cloverport, A- SAI.K, JUrteornani-inlllreaw- p ? HOLT, Holt. Ky to A hnc Jersey m lirantlcnhur and Grenada and Canton Cloths, Valuablt Prtfwrty fir 8tt. ZbdlO-ULtSO XjC MOOKMAH.. JV,. II. BEARD, Cahlof. ' India Mulls, Chatties, Pineapple Tissues, Percales, Lawns, O. W. BEAHD ) MORRIS HSKRIDQE ,R. M. JOLLY, Par j - .Dlra tor ttiktr lofrwat)R ih - . b J Mb Willi . HORSE SHOEiiilL Resides a lot pf other dainty patterns for INTEREST PAID ON TIME KPMITS SUMMER WEAR, W. W. BBOOKB, fr'JUBTO ARTIST CLOVERPORT, KY. oaitoam fa hr, 0 look, If you waul nod Hon Staslac. I" ' tried Mm. Oome in, Ladies, and Look PHOTO their awa wifitcT. flrit time ilnce 4io wai afflicted. '"' ik ' c Stiver's, Through So4 iwhmn, dwatUsc, jtmat otrhrd WmIm m,mL ae4 mtM u FOB BALBJ. "' 6LOV.EBPORT, KY. N. B.T nm J J., v - .wnwwvj wfnwvrit i" . C A ' 1,. '( iJtr, "' JIPWhBf! .4Mj ?S$! vni' IECKENRIDGE RECRsDKJSSDAY, NEWS. 1802, CITIES AND SWAMPS Lindsay Follows The Path of Though Is Not Yet Buried Beneath Tho Turbid Dd-Sot- Blows His Own Horn. is to report In favor of ono write a sovon-pag- o of his schemes, nnd then to add to it 170 pages nonpareil of extracts from newspaper puffery. This is then printed as a Ono of Wanamakcr's do.viCcs HARNED. Plenty of rain Farmers havo planted some tobacco. Matt Payne seems to bo gradually improving. W. B. Hardin has been here for bo vera days this week. Mr, Scth Richardson and wife waslin tho city Saturday. Richard Latnpton has been hero for Bomo days saw logging. Hensley & Jolly Stavo and Lumber Co wear tho horns in our town. Messrs. Tom. Hunter and George Hall wero tho guests of Irvln Payno Saturday. Mr. Will Skillman passed through Hamed Saturday on his way to West Yiow. Leo Hamed has boon visiting frien Is and relatives for somo time at Green's f ABPilLAH IS. 2 JUNEl, 0 !ib-S- UG 0 BELMONT 64. trl 12 Wl hire of Kred Arthur (p) iil.'!31 Nutwood 2:I8V4, Wcrlgcwond I'l'i, Mklnif J Mil. i il US cm htm In 2:80; 27 ions have 111; in 2 30; JO daughters have 37 in f.iO: total descendants In 2:80 ll.t, 4IA. '1 he greatest son of AbdalUh 1.1, who, sll things considered, was the greatest son ot llambletonlin 10. 42, hv llamhlrtonlaa 10 uoitismiin AUIU2H4 (dam of Mran gcr. sire of in 2 SO) and five otheis In 2:30! Almonl, sire of S3 in 2:30 and 424 dWend. snts In 2 30; Belmont, sire i f Win 2.30 and 4IJ descendants In 2:30: all things considered, the greatest son of llarcblttonUn 10. a "Jap EL public document anil tho peoplo are & obliged to pay for it. Of all tho forms of ate Convention Hosts In fraud committed through tho Public f Printer Ofllce, this is ono of tho worst. oulsvllle And Good Fooling Barren "Waists, Cotton Bowls And By what right can a member of the CabPredominates. Bull frogs Variegate The Scenery inet impose on tho peoplo tho ex pen bo q reprinting and circulating newspaper pufls of himself and his scheme such as inslructed They Go To Chicago, CiVEn Bend, Ark., May 2ard, 1892. these which Mr. Wanamaker reprints ? A F JUa Can Eiercise Their Own t Editok, Nkvs Complying to n request MenJvlllc (Pa.) Journal t The people arc juit from many friends now left behind, I beginning- to appreciate Potmater General Good Judgment. will proceed to givo a sketch of Arkansas Wnnamaker and hl work anil the wlmlom of as seen by a Custer" boy. Provided, how-ove- r, tho administration which put him in the place where he coulil render tuch Important nocratlc Stale Convention mot I can secure thq consent of the The Poit Office Department wa never scrvlcci. well prkranz Hall in LoulsvHlo last myriads of mosquitoes that eagerly wel- managed It haa, been under Mr. Wanamaker. lay, Stay 25th, and was called to come mo as their "cousin." McKectport (Pa.) Tlmei I The Poitmatter by,C6l. John B. Castloman, Clmir- To begin almost at tho beginning wo General is doing some excellent work nnd deItl tuo btato central uommittce, at serves recognition from the country Tor It. loft Beaver Dam, a pretty littlo town sl Lo'clock p. m. Carson City (Ncv.) Tribune t Poitmatter on tho N. N. & M. V. It. R on uated General John Wanamaker It about at cnterprit van wio greatest anu most, cntnu- Friday night last at 11:30 o'clock, taking Ing an official as the country hat ever had. c assembly that over met In tho I possago on what is' known as tlio Cannon ! John ijor a similar purpose that of sel- - Ball train, which makes but few stops. . Oatnesville (Tex.) Signal be Mr.good Wanaa Sunday maker, who may or may not tlelegatea lor tho National Con- Wo had nothing to amuso us but our school teacher, but who Is an expert dry goods pntion. own thoughts and tho vain efforts of fel- dealer, andBtprctent Pottmstter General, hit Tho first contest was that of selecting low travelers to secure a littlo Bleep un- publihed,nc. , j.uiuuiurjr viiuiriiiuu, unu ii uicoauruu t General has St. til (lay. But when tho brakeman yelled been Paul Globe The Pottmatter hit builncsi Atho strength of tho two factions in- - "Pailucah" all faces weo pressed eagerly Ideas, a succetaful merchant, nnd when not carried Into politic, are often against tho panes to catch a flying commendable. 'ulting in tho selection of Hon. Ciias. II. glimpse of this noted littlo railroad cenLynchburg Aduance : Mr. Wanamaker icemi ong, by a majority ter, which soon faded into tba distance to be moved by the laudable ambjtlon to slgna w almost iwo to ono. lion J. a. Sic- - behind, as did Fulton, Paducah Junc- lite hit administration of post office affairs by In crcaslrjg the efficiency of the service and extendJreury was mado Pormanent Chairman.. tion and other points soon after. ing the sphere of Its usefulnett. Tho District delegates selected to co to When within a hundred miles of Lockland News I Postmaster General WanaI Chicago aro as follows: Memphis tho topography of tho country maker Is working upon an Improvement of the ferfrst-Th- os. E. Moss, L. C. Walker. began to change, and things new and in- public mall service which, If perfected In the Second Chas. M. Meacham, .Reuben A. teresting presented themselves to our line ot his desires and alms, will place him in the front rank as n benefactor of his countryMiller, Corn Cracker eyes. Principal among men. , Dhirth-Jo- hn S.'Rhea, W. A. Helm. them was the cotton fields, which form Think of a Cabinet officer harrying tho .Fourth B. F. Beard, B. L. Litsoy. a prominent feature of tho "sunlit Savan- patent insides of tho country to find such JFittu W. B. Ilaldeman. W, J. Abra nahs froiri there on. Tho young cotton pufls of himself to reprint at public exham. is from three to six inches high, but is pense Tho Republic. TSixth-- T. 0. Ten-ill- , R. F. Harrison. in need of cultivation, which has been iSbvonth Chas. J. Bronston, William long delayed on account of the continor back and spots A'pain in the-sidLindsay. . ued wet weather. Evory body was rous- jontho face indicate kidney andllvcr disb ehth 0. H. Rodes, J. A. Sullivan. ed into activity again by tho sonorous order, Mr. Geo. P. Eckes, Lorentz, Wl ?jnth Waller Sharp, J. II Northup. voice of tho kbraltoraan as ho called kidney trouble for "I r. Salyer, J.'Ml Hoborteon. "Memphis." With tho memory of yel- Va., says : years.had Havo tried different over two Elqvonth 0. II. Waddle, G. A. Den- - low" fover and tho struggles of the kinds of kldnoy medicine, but got no reham. Howards, I was prepared to seo a city of lief. I was not able to ride horseback', f,TEo dolegates at largo aro Hon. Henry swamps with wooden pavements and and scarcely ablo to attend to my busiWatterson, Col. J. B. Castloman, Hon. long rows of low dark houses, butwas ness. I commenced using Lightning nV. C. Owens and Hon. J. A. M'Kenzie. pleasantly surprised to find it well kept Kidney anil Liver Remedy, nnd lefore I .uio uoiegaics an go uninstructeu ana dry and healthy, with buildings that are had used ono bottle I began to improve. ftro to uso their own good judgment in wonders of modern architecture. From I havo taken four or five bottles and am lt solccting a man that can win. Tho ma- - the depot wo wero transferred by omni- almost cured." For sale by all dealers. bus to tho K. C. F. S. it JH. depot through a.joritj of them aro.anti-Clevelanspeeches were made, wbilo streets" that were a perfect pandemoHe's Paid With Ingratitude. ftjjfc committees woro arranging their re- - nium, Hilvhig a few minutes to spare Nothing can moro clearly indicate ports, by some of Kentucky's greatest 'Wttrdslied intJ the lunch room by the public ingratitude than tho treatment smen ana orators, and it is needless imperative command of tho inner man. which has been awarded John R. Proc' that for great thought and insplr- - ",4s we looked at tho long lino of eatables ter, tho Slate Geologist. He has done Sn they could not bo surpassed in tho I and then at tho fast creeping hand of moro to develop tho State, to induce re world. Hon. John 8. Rhea. Hon. tho clock, wc thought despairingly of investments and to advertise its mateWattereon, Hon. W. C. P. Brcck- - What wo might accomplish in tho eating rial wealth' than any 20,000 men in it, co'and Hon. James A. McKdrizia lino If wo only had "convenience snug." and after bis many years of faithful, among tho speakers, and time flew Tho "treacherous inclination" wo surely constant and intelligent service, it is Sly whilo they occupied tho rostrum. possessed. , both cruel and ungrateful to assail him On tho platform wo wcro joined by and liis official conduct without tho fullFotmni district. W. JI. Gardner, Chairman, of tho about five "hundred Russian Jews who est and most patient hearing and investiJtfnrth, called tho district to order. D. wero bound for Califoi nia. Exiled from gation. Ho has shown in his work and II. Smith, of LaRue countv.I wnn KfWrl the land they know, homeless, penniless in his devotion to tho best interests of y nanent Chairman and James E. and weary, they seemed not tho least Kentucky tho purest patriotismiand the o, of Breckenridgo, was appointed discouraged, and pushed cheerily on most constant official At rotary- toward tho Golden Gate. When com- great personal cost ho haa retained the t v.. muiiuii xj, xi. oniuii was eieciea fortably 'seated in the reclining chairs on place when bo could havo made thousVice President for tho Convention. thft train, no turned our expectant oyes, ands of dollars moro each year in private IJJeorgo D. Mentz, of Hart, was nomi cagqr for tho first glimpse of tho Father pursuits. He has taken great prido in nated and confirmed on tho Committee of waters. As we Bwept around a bend tho success of the survey, and it has been Credentials. wovfero rewarded by a clear view of the his ruling ambition to put his departHowcn Brook, of Ohio county, was masnificcnt Btream that stretched liko a ment in such condition as to most beneosen on tho Committee of Pcrmwiout sea before us carrying its tons of freight, fit Kentucky and its people. Such a and coonnecting tho sunny South and public servant deserves far better treat2jTo;tho Committee on Resolutions J. tho ice bound North liko a silvery, sinu- ment titan has been accorded him, and Wlcklifle, of Nelson was chosen. ous serpent, sacred to tho memcry of just and honorable every who stood on its banks oVcr thrco citizen will condem those who aro so wuiuubmju muo light ft the friends of F. P. Straus, of Bui- - hundred years ago at tho spot where it ready to cast discredit on ono who has litt, and W. H. Gardner, of Hardin, for is now spanned by a now $2,500,000 always been true and ablo in his efforts tho position of inomber of tho State Ex- - bridge, a Compliment toftho industrial to bring mon . Into tho Com.wituyu uwqmieo, Jinaiiy resulteu In 'progress 1 the South. From the west monwealth. Louisville Post. tiardnor winnino ern terminus of tha bridge wo passed in0. Tho elector chospn was Wilbur T. to Arkansas which is neither Prohib.nor For a weak nnd tired feeling, loss of Hayward, of Ohio county, and Thomas "dry" in any other sense. Wo saw appetite and general debility, Lightning W. Sims, of Washington county, was some, very flno land under cultivation Blood Elixir is the best tonic. It is enelected Assistant Elector, and miles and miles, good bad or indif- tirely vegetable, contains no niorcury or Tho delegates to tho National Conven- ferent under water. other mineral poisons. Mrs. N. E. Allen tion selected, aro B. F. Beard, of Breck No moro dismal sight can be imagined White Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning enridgo county, and B. L. Litsoy. of than these swamps, where tho cypress Blood Elixir is certainly tho truo elixir Washington county. The alternates are IjtfS hafltljortahch-e- s of llfo. I have used it, and it has cured Chas. Carrol, of Bullitt, and W. A.Iar- to tho water, and form an Impenetramo of many years' suffering. I can reshall, of Green., ble bar to tho oyo that would presume to commend Lightning Blood Elixir as n , Col. John B. Caatleman resigned his gazo upon tho dominion where tho sllny lady's friend." .position as .Chairman of the State Cen-itr- aquatics reign euprcme. Many wero tho Committee, and Hon. John D. Car-- , remarks olfcleepy passengers about tho They Dfess To Suit The Olimate. was chosen in his stead. country and and wo thought Our friends of tho Third party know Whilo tho Convention was veryen- - of Superintendent Miller's man that what they wero doing, presumably, wben thusiastie for Djmocrrfcy, its proceedings mado a fortune on on acre of frogs, and they adopted their platform at St. Louts were particularly marked on account of tho millions at his command if ho would in February, uud thoy havo no right to its deliberative conservntivenera.f and only como to this El Dorado. Send him quarrel with tho R6public for republish. , T. tho best of good feeling prevailed to Arkansas Jamcs,.and don-'-t forget, tho timo to just as "throughout tho entire meoting. Tho wanderer that gavo you this tip, when-th- ing it from But thoy timeobjecting they adopted It. aro hotly frog harvest s Over. Bqt thp tediConvention adjourned at 2 o'clock Thursto tho general circulation of these two day morning, having almost held an al- - um of tho journey was broken when wo resolutions: night session, arU the delegates wOnded arrived at Black .Rock, which was our We demand that tho government Issue their way homoward, each ono feeling station, a high, dry, rocky town. Col- legal tendor notes and pay tho Union that ho was a hotter Democrat than lecting a motloy party of seven, embrac- soldiers tho differences between tho price twhen ho went there, and fully deter ing all classes from tho Kentucky school of tho depreciated monoy in which lie was paid and gold. mined to enthusiastically support the boy torthe northern capitalist, wo prepar-o- d We demand that tho question of unifora twontyyo-mil- o float down Black versal suffrage bo submitted to tho Legisnominee, wlipover ho may be. river in a kifl. Wo wero placed in front latures of tho different States and TerriEarly Risers. Earlv Risjrs. Earlv Ris- - where wo could watch for obstructions tories for favorablo action. jiPraJhe famous littfo pills for constipa- In the Third party organs published in Wtiori, sick headache, dyspepsia and nor- - and catch tho freezing breeze that camo different sections tho platform ia mutiBig up tho tho river, and J. T. 'iVousnees. Forsalo by Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beoler, Har- - Spring, liko damo Partington, was given lated to suit tho section. In tho South uinsburg. a quart cup to k!oop the river dipped out tho Third party organs omit both tho of our. boat, wUiclLfoatlhp, accomplished. abovo resolutions. The leading paper of A Toy in a Wichita Kan., sclV has b4lSWt!lfw;ofllfcplifcinied. As the'Thjrd party, the New Nation, edited been suspended for reading tho follow- wo floated down, tho Bwamps became by Edward Bellamy, at first published ing tsay on "p&nta:" "pants are made thicker, tho clouds lowered, and sllonco tho platform in full liko an honest jourfor men, and not men for pants. Women and gloom settled o'pr us. We watched nal. It kopt it standing for sovoral hm made for men and not for pants. thocmnea as they flapped lazily over us, months, but since the Republic has beWhen a man paste for a woman or a and made sarcastic remarks about tho gun republishing it in full to show how wontan 'pante for a man they are n pair "Sunny South," and shivered at tho it is being .mutilated by Third party t of pants, ktiwh nm don't law. a fgjtts;ogl)liat salut- organs' the New Nation 'has cut out tho are likt tntinmm 4lita in hotwber' ed us fro tltlaNui)H.vBt just as we war cktlm plank. Being published in and tbidwr In cold. The roan m'tlie had settled into alienee, the sun burst Massachusetts It still retains the woman moon change hia pants during an through a rift Jb. the clouds liko a hall of suffrage plank, which Is repudiated in eolipoe, Mf at oitn mistaken la fire and changed the dark woods into Arkansas and' othor Southern States. panto. Such miatakea Mak breehen of avemMB of rjver St. Louis Republic, proniM. There; liaa been much diaoues-lo- o into'atieam of stiver Niat paVkld and to whether pauta ia alttflukr or Sueh little cotaplalnta m heartburn, plural. Seem to us when men wear luifriMftty. Thai partr, mllymg from headaclie, tootache, sour stomach, etc., pants they are plural, and when they Utah- - alienee, -- began saying pleasant are not often fatal, but very annoying. don't wear any it la singular. Hen t tfaiqy,and WeW reminded that "le-hfa- d All eoeh troubles aro quickly cured by on a tear ia their panto and nghi, Clio dark cloudS the win if always J4ghtaing Hot Drops. Mr, A. 0, Rayner but whoa the panta geloa a tear it k all SfctatMg." A'thHVtlnrMBFe1laila Sliops, W. Va., aaya ;" "I have been wrong "Ex. with heartburn and sour stomach w with hia efoar MUd to a Kevorkian; of for four years, Found no relief until I it?JUA 9aW head are too many wben tbiy thought came o'wutVwd iaafinfthem need Uglttnlug Hot Drops. I can honK).'uimw . 1...1....1. ' ' Vr.m.?71gKVSF9 Kmnd the beauty of an:Uf(toMs atntset, estly say that Lightning Hot Drops haa ik 1ZTWL cured me .Of Wipwpws, lira round into our destination, of WandlWr.entirely." ,All dealers sell it. bottlce... Lunituv. which you may bear later. v MOCRATS MEET. " OS4 ID 'J- - lie e (It lAOuis-villl8 KINO RENE 18TB. renrdI-S0- t Sire of Fugue 2:1Hi, Keeler V:Wl, Trlnce Edward 2 TO, 11 more Irom to 3:30; sire of the dams of Advance 2.Wi, King Kusiell 3:M, and of the 2:13, and 4 sires of Utile Archer more tetter than 2:30. BBU.B, by Mamntlno Chief 11 Dam of Belmont. 413 descendants In 2:30! McCurdy's Hambletonlsn 2t2rH4, sire of 13 In 2:30; aaaiacua, sir of Prosper Merimeo 1:24: grsndaa of Mayenne, dam of Crescendo 2:141 ; 1'ancoajl 2:2I4, sire of Pa. iron 2:14 Uj, Prodigal 2M7H S Patronage, sire of Alix (3) UlKHs, best on record except Sunol. XAHBRINO CHISr 11 Sire of Lady Thorn 2:Ut4, and eight mere In the list : also the sire of the dams of Dl lector 2:17, Piedmont2:l7tt, and 17 more la 2M or better. BURGH MARE, by Parker's ITrown Pilot Dsm of Hosallnd2:2l4, Donald 2:27, and et wanaina, aam oi King liens snd Swlgert and 4 other aires ol 2.30 snd better, trotters. &$ Commercial Will bo sent to any address from now Nintll January 1st, 1893, for twunty-flv- o cents. Campaign year is now at hand ; you must keep posted and tho nay to do so is to read THE COMMERCIAL tho only truo exponent of protection nnd sound currency in the South. DC - a z CL CO O BLANDINA usm of bwlecrt. sire of Moody 2:1814. and SO more in Hit; Akdallah Tllot, sire of Heard 2:184. and of Messenger Chief witn 12 in the list: King Kcnc, sire of II; Solicitor, sire of i; Itcdwood 7, with I: Kiema, with 2. .. t HAMBLETOKI1M2M7K, la bire ot Dexter DICTATOR 11S........ Ilrother to Oeiter 2:17tt, and aire of JayKje.See 2:10, Fhallst'SMSfc, Minnie Cassell(p) lMOU. Director 2:17, Delineator (n) 2:18, SO others in 2:30: Snd dams of Nancy Hanks 1:0S, Lockheart 2M4, Northwest (p) a:17tt, Brown (4) 2:184, Keller Thomas 2MUU, snd li others In 2:30. Dictator Is also grand sire of Direct (p) 2.00, Margaret S. M) Zim, Guide 2:JfiU, Evangeline (3)2:10; Daphne 2:19, and 30 others In 2:30. ....... Nettle 2:13, Orange Girl 2.20, 88 others, and grand sire of bnnot Maud S. 2.0S, Palo Alto 2:0Sl4, Nancy Hanks 2.00, ee 2:10, and over IOOO otheis In 2:81. 2 08U, snitch. Georgo Grayf of West View, isstayirjg hero now and attending tho Hardinsburg Normal. Henry Hamed has purchased a new organ, and It is a double daisy clear out of sight. There was quite a number of our citizens attended the entertainment at Hardinsburg May 17th. Peoplo of this place aro beginning to tiilukthoy havo grown beautiful since Messrs. Pato & Pullen has located hero with their photograph gallery. Mr. Robert Weatherford is expecting to receive a position as bookkeeper for a wholesale and retail hardware house in Owensboro soon. We wish Robert suc-- ; SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY :- - OARITA nam of Splendor. year-ol- 7 lu And cxauiino it carefully you will bo sure to subscribe. Address nil letters and inako o nil checks and orders payablo to Post-oflic- Two or more are certain to go In the Hit this season. 'Cordova trotted last year In S:S2. full hinthers snd liners to All sold ae yearlings and 2' at from f 1,000 to J2.O00 each. OtARA Dam of Dictator (sire as noted1, Dexter 2M7U, Alma 2:2844, Astoria 2:29(x, Alda dam of Aida de Clare 2:Hi; Clara U also of Reina Victoria, dam of Prlnce-o- n t:lW, and 3 others In 2:30. ". LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, LOUISVILLE, KY. ltf 9 f DDTALTS KAMBRIRO i. sire or the dams ot D. Monroe 2:28ft, Miss Duroc tvmi, Lulu 2:29rs, Msud Holler, trial 2:23Vi, and grandslreof Motile Mc, two. MISS BOTLBR . yer.old trial 2:38: Decoy, trial 2:31 and a Dsm of Maud Cutler 2:28l, and she la quarter at a gait oi 2.08. the dsm oi Phsllamont, sire el 0 under THE DAK OF BROWN CHIRf Sir of Maggie K and of the dams ot Lady Majolica 233, Altamoot and of Flossie G 1:18U, Geacvia 3 frandson Jones 2:2tt, etc, etc J:U, csse&-3- SPENDOR will bo for servico at McO LOTH LAN'S STABLE, Irvington, Ky., until July 1st, wben bo goes into training. Pimples, JE 5L Boils, cess. 1 James Redman, who is working interest of The Bcrman, Mcrhan Stave Company, has gone to Glasgow for tho purOoso of buying staves and will probably stay sometime. Mr. Wm. Otto, of Irvington, who is an employo of Honsley & Jolly, Stavo and Lumber Co., was in town Saturday and paid $13,00. for beer keg staves and $17,00 for half barrel, and says ho is going to continue paying the above prices, and for all other dimensions of staves according. for-th- Blmfr e y3 S -- Ms, FACT. SSB "To Insure a Live Colt PASTURE Excellent Pasture can bo had for mares from a distanco at reasonable figures. For further particulars address TRRMS ' SfiF . : rich tsrnitMlv mfuln hr thnt rnmnrlrnhln nronAr- ktiun.Sr. LnrDSST'Q 1MP23VID ELOOD BZil0fi2j t For tlio epwxljr euro of Bcrotala, Wasting, tltnl docny, and every indlcntlon of irjpoTer-- i IhIioJ blo'xl. Er. Llalsi;'i Sloel Cetrtiir la tho e:i remtxir mat can niw&rs do rouou upon. 'VrtvXTS.blood, which WsmnstnlltuiYo cow, IN W. "WIIaIaI A.M S FUKNISIIED BV HENDERSON, KY ILL 0 ESTATE AND IN THR mm mmet iiFom len. G. Herndon & Co., Genera Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storages ITHE SELLERS MEDICINE CO, . Scientific American Agenoy for 41 Drnffirlitfji roll It-- REAL d. SCiIent Wo truly believe Do Witt's Little Early Risers to bo the most natural, most effective, most prompt and economical pill for biliousness, indigestion and inactive liver. For sale by Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard it Heeler, Hardinsburg. ijJTjTJg DAVbAIH, TRADE MARK8, DBSION PATENTS COPYRIQHT8, etc For Inf ormstlou sua freo Handbook write to MUNN & CO.. IBt MnoADWAT, Nkw YonK. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. brought Ererr patent taken out by us Is ot charge before In tba the publlo by s notlco gltca tree r-- Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. to buy Ileal Eitato? Call on H. L. Newsoui. Do you want to rent a IV rtn 7 Call on R. L. Kens .tn Do jou want to rent City rrocrty ? Call on lt. I,. Nowsora. Do you want tho best and only desirable lot (or mlo on .Main, 50x175 feet for Coll on 11. L.Nowsom. $300,007 Do you want to buy the Cloverport Hotel, centrally located and doing a large Call on U. L. Newsora, business? P. fe. I am now prepared and haro full authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. This Correspondence from abroad solicited. Is a good chance to secure the best and most popular hotel In tho city, nnd no ''boom" nrlco asked. Do you want a loan negottnted 1 Call on 11. h. Newsim. Do PRING Tke Farmer, H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with every tale. Consignments solicited. nt yiu want McQUADY Rain, rain, rain. Will it over ccaso T Mr. Horaco Bland went to Louisvillo last week. Miss BettiUyWebb is visiting relatives in Louisville. Miss Juantha McCluro is attonding tho Normal Instituto at Hardinsburg. Hon. Nat B. Rice, of Tar Fork, was dispensing his genial smiles in our town a few days ago. Miss Carrie Owen has returned from a visit to her Bister, Mrs. Richard Owen, Falls of Rough. , Mr. Andrew Frank, who has been ill for somotimo, Is no better and not expected to recover. Mrs. J. I). Duncan and her sister, Miss Ida Poyton, Falls of Rough, aro visiting Mrs. W. C. Duncan. Miss Kato Alvey, who has been in Fordsville tho past two months, taking lessons in dressmaking, returned homo last week. Mrs. J. N. Sapp, Olaton, who has been visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. "McQuady, returned bomo last Saturday. She was accompanied by her sister, Miea IOU McQuady. Vivo la News If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your, blood is thick and sluggish ; if your ap-- j petlto is capricious and uncertain, you heed a Sarsaparilla. For best results take Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Huy-ne- s; Cloverport, nnd Beard & Beelor Hardinsburg. The Gardener, And Others Ncctl many things in our Hard- prices firmer, LOUISVILLE. KY., May 17, H.9J. Shippers should mark all packoei plainly, with shipper's name and e address. 11UTTEH, EQOS, POULTIIV, ETC. Ptultry. Cblokens scarce this week and post-offic- . Lareeit circulation of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intplllnnt man should be wltliout it. wcemy. ii.u Tear; ILW six months. Addrui MUNN A CO. VUJuuauiES. 361 Broadway. Now York. $tmtiu wmimx unearrutu. Market very dull on apples anu peacnes. Ileans. Demand aetlvn at a.li,nn. Eggs. Heccipt heavy, market wtak nnd lower. ti BUTTEU. Choice, country Medium Common Creamery EQOS. 1C 8 22 is m 50 14 10 27 DII CC ITCHING SYMPTOMS PILES Freu 11 to ware stock. . . ABSOHJTSLY Ctm3. OINTMENT M olaton 1 liluu lulls uil Old Hens rOULTUY. 12i Do-So- to "" ond-mone- y . NT1- - tolloYb'a To Advertisers If you wislj and need Instruction, eosdono dollar for our "llook for Aivertlsore." A little study of that book will cnablo you to deefdo whnt you ought to do, and give an idea of the probable cost. Havo you money you want placed on Call on K. h. Newsotn. safe security 7 Do you want money on short oall ? Call on H. h. Newsom, Do you watt to rent a house 7 Call on R. L. Nevrsom, P. S. Good paying renters can generally Let me put a "tig In your secure a house. ear," II. L. Newsotn rents property nnd collectr th rents on a commission of ten por cent, and, dun't renting being a specialty with Mm, you know It Is better to place your property In Why ? to rent It yourself ? his hands than Because be Is controlling a Urga amount of property and tJMng non.ptying renters find It "unhealthy" and he soon gets rid of them, Ncwiom hears but few complaints from good renters, but the "howl" comes from thoso fel lows who do not want to pay, and to such be Call on Soinobody Klso. says Is Newsom bard hearted 7 Not especially to. He will accommodate you if you pay for it, and provided you stnnd to your side of the bargain If you don't like his way of de illug Call on Somebody Else. "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites; wben your sympathy gets above your judgment don't blxuie the landlord quite so much, but call 'round at his office and drop In $5.1)0 for the special objuct of your sympathy and help pay his rent. It will be dividing the loss on bad Don't renters, and then you will feel better. let the landlord loto It all I I" addressed to abovo scripture P. 6. The tho heathen, Stoves, Plowlines, Hamestrings, Trace Chains, llooster , Laro Springers Medium Springers Small Springers Young Ducks Live Turkeys Dressed turkeys Drestcd Hens Live Ueese (feathered) Lite Ueese (plucked) FEATHERS. Prime, white goeso 4 00 to 4 2S 2 50 to 3 00 , 4 JO to 50 . 3 00 to 4 00 4 00 to & 00 3 60 to 4 60 9 00 to 10 00 11 00 to 1300 3 00 to 3 50 3 60 to 4 00 2 00 to 2 50 45 44 25 (i) 30 15 25 15 30 20 to jo to 15 to 70 to 00 to 00 to 50 to 10 to I i MIJ No. 1. duck FURS , MOQLEYVILLE. Business dull in this section. Mr. J. T. Jarboe's wife is very ill with rheumatism. Mr. F. J. Jarboo was the recent guest of Miss Ohio Jarboe. Mr Chas Y. Jaydcn was tho guest of Miss Laura Brown Sunday. Mrs. Preston Stiff who has been very ill for somo timo Is convalescent. Mr. Thonifs Manning, of Owensboro, is visiting friends and relatives here this weok. to advertise al Uewiom has about sixty renters and To good he don't want any but paying ones paying renters he will take special pains to 11. 1,. joll If you instruct uy e to place a certain amount of advertising for you In tho way wo think will do you tho most good, ) oil should send an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make rultable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all the attention that it requires. make them comfortable. Do you want a houio built and piy for It In monthly Installments t For terras Call on H. L. Newsom. power englno and Vo you want a forty-hors- e Newsom. Call on H. boiler. Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and Stare and Heading Factory with power alCall on II. h. Newsom. ready attached? Having nbout thirty acres of city lots he would sell a few "slices," and if you want a Callon R, L. Newsom, building jut l. If you wisb ai? advertiyrrjept S-- of Tho farmers arc getting behind with tiio frequent rains. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jarboo, of Hardinsburg, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Jarboo Saturday and Sunday accompanied by Miss Jessie Pato and Miss Bettio Hcndrick. Miss Evangie Vessels who has been visiting friends and relatives hero for somo timo will leave Mondayor her future homo in Kansas. Slip leaves many friend to regret her loss, especially tho young men. their work on account of prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to bo told what paper you should use, and what ,t ho cost will be, we will furnish tho advertisement and the plan cither or both, and submit them for.your consideration, together with our bill for tho service. abroad and prompt remittances made. Many thanks for the largo patronage I havo enjoyed. Do you want to pay your city taxes? Call on II. L.'Newsom. Have you, claims against the city trotsury ? Gallon tha city treasurer and he will tell you that 11. L. Nowsptn, at City Tax Collector, always keeps said treasury supplied with money, Clstms fur collection solicited from cities Por preparing aIvertiscrr)r7t?f R. L. NEWSOM. electrotypes and estimates the advertiser pays us. Fortheexponsoot placing advertisements nnd watching the fulfillment of contracts wo are paid by a commission allowed b the publisher of the paper la which tho advertisement appears. all tho ins and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, rend rnnfTKna Ihk regularly, carefully, studiously: issued weekly, S3 a year. Tf von wish a oomnlcte catnloimo of all newspapers, send $5 for tho American Nowspnpcr Directory. For any furthor information address GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for If you want to learn Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertiliser, Cement, Micb iftan Platter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, t . Wire Fencing, Grindstones and Fixtures, Curry Combs, Horse Brushes, Horse and Cattle Ties, Hog Rings and Ringers Cattle Leaders,. Animal Pokes, Garden and Floral Tools, Wheelbarrows, Shovel & Spades Lawn & Garden Rakes, Pitchforks. . Racoon Mink Opossum Gray Fox Short Striped Skunk iiiaoK striped and White Skunk... Wild Cat Jlusk Mat Otter, cased Heaver. Isree Deer Skins per lb Red Fox Black Skunk 1 1 1 f,0 75 25 80 25 00 80 15 3(1 11 25ito i 5 00i to 6 uo J 00 to Ao 20 to 30 '(, HIDES, Oreen, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, Rood LSbeep skins WOOL. d 4 , v.... 21 8(11 3 (u) 4!i (g80 qj yA 2.1 Urease, flue Orease, coarse Merino Burry nnd Cuts Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb , 22 18 Qj) 20 15 ($18 12 (J IT )3 DRIED APPLES. IK 2i to to .. 1 1 to 2 " Chopped " I'eelliigs " Fancy 3f to 3 2 1 3JJ 3J to 3i 3 4 to to to to to to to to 5J-- S4 Evaporalod, In sacks PEAOI1KS. i lJi Halves, per lb Quarters per lb 1'eeled, per lb I'ears per lb , A C 0 8 Blackberries per lb 3 HAY, GRAIN, FEED. We quote price) on Louisville elty wbarfi HAY. Strictly choice 13 00 12 00 Choice No. 2 10 50 U 60 y Good Medium flood Bright Straw. Choice white Choice shelled No, 2 oats Seed oats , 10 00 600 gi 42 44 (1100 6 50 CORN. 41 46 42 43 85 84 OATS ' 40 40 Qj) No. 2 Long Berry wheat No. 2 Red WHEAT. TO EXPEL SCROFULA take from the system, GEO. P. ROWELL Newspaper Advertising 6- - C.f Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Bandies, Pioe Flooring ways kept on hand. 'Or lore accompanied by cash prompt ly . Bureau, 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. PAYNE AND MISCELLANEOUS, Tallow, per bbl Ueetwax Sorghum per gallon ,20 POTATOES. Choloe Mleb. bulk per bu 42 Choice Northern Iud. 35 Poor to med. Mleb. ' 38 (j) " Nor. Iud- ' 30 Homo Grown per barrel n 1 15 $ From store 2o bu higher. 21 45 40 40 1 Michigan, hand picked Indiana Navy " Common and colored Fiat and mixed ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival ' " from store CABBAGE. , Per crate from store Choice CbolM to4er 'BEANS. 34 25 :si . I 1 HO to to 1 T5 00 '00 K, ,. 60 to 75 to OS 1 0(1 1 1 u AVERS blood-purifi-er ulM. Sarsaparilla the standard tonic. .,, Cures Others you. will cure It and Tho I. W. Ilarpor wbiskoy on overy Bijjoboard. Tho I, W. Harper whlskoy in every Medicine cheat. Tho I. W. Harbor whiskey In overy club. Tho I. "W. Harper wbiskoy on evory bar. And all of this becausa it is of whiskies. Tho Ideal Article. Sold by should bo should bo should bo should bo tho princo Kentucky A large number of - 2 25 to 2 M 2 50 to 3 76 2 25 to 3 40. . 35 to 2 U Z 10 to 1 for. FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES ' OBLEKY. Fancy white plume, per doi..., ......... ' tor fttl 1 -- At th- e- Nursery, For next fall delivery, Order what jouwant. procure Anything we haven't on hanil, wo w It for you at the lowest rates. Manager Ilardlniburg Nursery. HAUDINSUUllO ,K? - CO. 7 Urn. WW ahfn mIL Fane B APPLBS, s and IbwM BttatSM ' 1 mm I J.s-- CM " Fasw WMMtac Faay J?J$fc&i..A ,,ii-.M.l4t- ai 7 P. M. POPHAM, CLOVKRVOttT, Ky. ( ZACK. GREEN, BJbfeaasrtfJJL. Cloverport, Ky,, Jii .. iiiihiftiii 0sn vmsaMI vnsaav VlMMV , ta2SS..l Si-tHIo- ' Utm r bolwiw: 9im., BtUwlM .,,.i......w.,. WffgB tiMi In , U1 bo present. AUaiemvnea. I the ItintTinoafT r " f i: tl ' 'liri" ' ' A. -. - - ,,.. . -T- "- - f. iMfi itir tit J ' . I V Mr. Fred Walters' residenco has boon A TO repainted. John M. Borntraegcr Wm J. Winter. Henry Winter. Lemon-sou- r Any cold drink you want can bo found at tho city and Buck-po- p nt lUedel's. bakery. I. H. Connor, of Ocoola, Ga., Was OJJicf in Dr. IfftiVi od ttand up itain. Ginger alo and sarsaparilla at Uicdcl's Thos. B. Queen, of Kvnnsvllle, was In CLOVBRPORT. KY, Just Tall Enough When Standing tho city yesterday. bakery. Lemons, oranges, Bananas nlwayi Umbrellas just tho thing'for picnics On a Passenger Coach for his A. fresh at the city bakery. nt Sulzer's. . t Miss Hortonsc Burton left j'csterdnj Hoad to Strike Tho Britlgo Tuko your Prescriptions to C. C. MarIs popular, Harrison is popular, JJlaino i? popular, but all such for Owcnsboro to visit relatives. tin phannncist. Ovor Norton's Cut, And popularity does not comparo with tho popularity enjoyed by tho OANNEL.TON, 1ND. , Mr. W. II. Bowmer is building thret V. II. Richardson, ol Louisville, was inmlo to order In tlio best style. in tho clly Friday. Suite houses in tho Eastland addition. "Old Rcliablo' Clotbiors, tho Homo Manufacturing Clothier, tho His Neck Was Broken. Perfect fit guaranteed. Onlcrs solicited. Mkses Annio and Bosie Allen return Straight-ou- t, Born, May '22, to tho wife of Jas. DunClothiers, ed from Princeton, Ky., Sunday. can u 10 pound boy. M. D. A. A. Mr. Joo Sulzer, of Louisvillo, was in rteld On By a Fellow Passenger, He Rides If you want to hear n melodious sound tho city Sunday, tho guest of Mr; J. 0. blow Jnko Miller's horn. On to Irvington, Where He Is PreMiss Temple Sarjont, of Stophcnsport, Nolte. Ojjiecoicr llrnlenridge Hani. pared For Burial. was in the city Saturday. John nnd Thomas Blythc hail a very CI.OVEllVORT, KY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Dellnvcn, of Louis tlno young mnro todio last Monday vllle, nro visiting relatives nt this place. morning. .r. Scott Ynnco and wife are visiting Hull Lifted Out nf Tlio Grnvo And Tlio people aro with us ; thoy vote for us early and often ; thoy Fresh Banana, apples, oranges, cocoa-nut- s Sent To n Sorrowing Home. and candy for sale nt 0. 0. Mnr-tin'- his parents nt Pierce, Mo. They will be buy our popular and honest "Clothing, and they aro always U.S.CIaim & Pension Agent absent three jveeks. pleased, becauso thoy ncvor have any couso to complain cither Wnlter May returned yesterday from a Mrs. Pnttlson, of Stephonsport, will about our Clothing or our prices. Wo nro proud of our popuA man by tho nittno of J. II. Connor. open n restaurant and lunch liouso in visit to his cousin, Mrs. E. II. Briedon-bacSTEPHENSPORT, KY. ' larity. was killed on tho negro excursion train r Owehsboro. this city'soon. WilIs known early Sunday morning in what Tho place of service for W. W. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bivcan Tucker, of StoIt will bo as Norton's cut, just below Webster. liams' lino phcnsport, were Surgeon, city Saturday. visiting relatives In tho noticed, liashorse, Splcmbr, from Basin Conner was n brick layer, and had been been changed CLOVKRPOItT, KY. at work in Owensboro, but now being Mrs. Lizzie I'aulmnn, of Stephonsport, Spring to Irvington. I. H. B. Arnold's Floating Chapel ar- out of employment and money, and Is tho guest of her daughter Mrs. Ilnrvey SSOjfice at Homeor the present. From all ac- thinking that he could get work in rived hero yesterday. Adams, this city. NewsT7 Orville Gregory, clerk nt the Short counts that cotno from where it has been, Louisville, his friends mndo up a few Line olllco is talking of moving his ofilco it gives interesting nnd Instructive en- dollars for him, and he bought a round-tri- p ticket on tills excursion train, thorQ-b- y tertainments, and Is well worth tho to Brandenburg. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1892. John-'Vcs- t making n saving of mora than half on small price of admission charged. A. Murand Judge J. Mr. ray nttended the Democratic Convention , J. C. Loomls, C. F. Johnson,' J. B. C. a ticket ono way on tho regulnr passenLOCAL BREVITIES. mmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmKmmmmmmmm ger. at Louisvillo liibt week. Chas. B. Long and Louis There wero about fifty wliito persons of Louisville, largo stockholders Do you wear nightshirts? try Sulzer's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Whelnn, of CanTOBINSPORT, IND, Ico cronm every day nt Chan, lliedcl's. nelton, who Iiavo been "visiting M', and and officials in tho Aciiks brick works, on tho train, nnd when they stopped at For jmro. wliito lead go to C. C. Mar- Mrs. Fred May, this city, returned home wero in the city yestenlay noticing the tho tank just above Sample, Connoih Bev. Bruner baptised Miss Mnttio Detolling his sent companion that he would progress of their large plant here. tin. Monday. llnvcn hero Sunday. to lrold tho sent for Hand-turneslippers for children at Tho June number of Pansy comes to bp back directly, and Dr. Goldstein, formerly of Stephens-por- t, 'Miss Bcttio Hnwkins, of Kentucky, is him, got up and went out side leaving .S'ul7cr'B. but now of Chicago, was in tho city us ns usual and contains its full comvisiting relatives here. Champagne ginger and seltzer water at Friday. He will permanently locate in plement of short .stories, sketches, etc., his trowel lying on his seat. On the Mrs. Florence Simons, who has been platform he met nn acquaintance, whose the city hakery. nlso Our Littlo Men nnd Women nnd Nashville. name could not bo learned, and from quit eick, is improving. fn. Kaitt'n residence has rcceivid n s Babyland, all filled with bright things Mayor C. E. Lightfoot is out on n some cause they did not return to the new coat of paint. Tho Misses Winchcll, of Anderson, trip along tho river from Branden for children. No household is complete coach, but climbed to tlio top by firs) Mr. Isaac Siuionton. of Pntcsville, was nro visiting relatives hen. without these magazines. burg down. He is representing Budd & getting on to the brake and then lifting in the city Monday. "Pansy" or Tobinsport correspondent The Christian meeting that has been Co., tic denlcrs of Cincinnati. themselves up between tho coaches. Gus irrown is traveling in the to Tell City Journal, is on tho sick list. in progress at Fisher's Hall for more 111., Mrs. L. B. Patton, Hockford, Every thing ,wcnt well in tills perilous A. 0. U. W. Miss Maggie Farber, of Cloverport, is writes: "From personal experience I than n week, closed Monday night. The position until tiioy reached Norton's cut. You never can tell how many reasons jou Gus Drown will inake headquarters at Misses-Lydarid Jesso I'olk. Do Wilt's Sarsaparilla, meetings were well nttended nnd the Over this cut is a brjdgo for a country the guest of may liave for congratulating younelf upon a can recommend Elizahcthtown for a month or more. Miss Ida Waggoner, of Hite's Bun, Ky judicious purchase of Silverware. There are n cure for impure blood and general de- services wero elevating nnd instructive Mrs. II. W. Conratl will arrive Thursy Upon the whole tho members of the road, which is high enough to clear a Sold by Short & Haynes, Clov-por- t, Christian church here consider n very man standing on a freight car, but a pas- spout last week here tho guest of Miss times when a little household display can bo day to visit her son S. P. Conrad this bility." it made to great advantage. If jou are In the nnd Benrd & Beeler, Hardinsburg. successful meeting, and it only closed senger coach being sovernl feet higher Alico Taylor. city. on account of other appointments that would just bring tho head of an ordinary Mrs. Grant Gregory, of Cloverport, habit of entertaining friends, yon will know Before you call on your best girl buy n Mr. Winchcl, of Tobin3port brought exactly what we mean. had to bo filled by tho ministers. They Our. plated knives, pound of Sulzer's candy for her little over tho finest strawberries of the season, ioiju to hold another meeting hero in sized man high enough to striko it. Un- spent several days hero last week visit- forks and spoons would gri.ee the table of a fortunately, Connor was standing on tho ing relatives. brother. last Saturday, n single berry measuring the fall. monarch. They are almost as durable as solid Miss llcttio liowuicr, who has been at- 4) inches in circumference. They were very summit of the coach witli his back A delightful gathering of young peosterling silver and they are a ncnrce of unAtwell Ashe raft. tending school in Ixmisvillc, lias return- nctually so lnrgo that ono hnd to eat toward tho locomotlvo as thoy neared plo was hold at tho residenco "of Mr. qualified delight to the daintiest of housewives Saxiiy Him, Kv., May 25, 1892. Once this bridge nt tho rate of about thirty-liv- e ed home. them like apples, making several bites Conrad Simons lost Thursday evo in We have an especially fine assortment of silvermore the luring chimes of wedding bells miles nn hour. Ho wns struck square in Mrs. Jabino and grand-son- , Master to a berry. honor of their guest Miss Hortenso Bur- ware, which we are selling at very low prioes. have been reverberating in this vicinity. the back of tho head, knocked flat upon ton, of Colton, Qal. Thero wero about Also, now in stock a large assortment of Harry Ncwsom, nro visiting relatives in is a truth in medicine that the It This time tho sonorous sound-wave- s Owcnsboro. tho coach, and died Jnstantly. two dozen couple, present. Tho even- watches, docks, jewelry, spectacles, musical smallest doso that performs tho cure is Mrs. M K. Minor and Miss Nellio tho best. Do Witt's Little Early Itisers wero set in motion by tho marriage of His companion, who happned to be ing was spent in games and music. At merchandise,, and sewing machine supplies. Repairs of all kinds promptly attended to. Burks, of Addison, were in the city shop- arc the smallest pills, will perform the Mr. Horace W. Atwell and Miss Lulu M. sitting down with his face in the same half past eleven refreshments, were servAh! i craft at tho residenco of the bride's Pjense give us a call. ping Monday. direction nt the time, immediately gave ed nnd nil did ample justico to the good nro the best. For sale by Short cure nnd F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, Don't buy a hay press until you see & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beel- father, Mr. Henry Ashcraft, where on tho alarm aud held tho body from rolling things. Mr. nnd Mrs. Simons nnd Zelln tho evening of May 2oth, a number of ofl until tho train reached Irvington, the made every ono enjoy themselves, and 0L0VBKP011T, KY. the model of the "Chichamauga" at er, Hardinsburg. DranchKouia J. W. Guthrie, Hardinsburg. friends und relatives assembled to wit- first telegraph office. 'deA Co's. Gregory after spending a delightful ovo all ThoTnr and White Sulphur Springs Carlt Itichardson, of Union Star, pass- will not be opened this season but will ness tho impresivo event. Hero the ollicials of the the L. St. L. &. parted at n Into hour. Those present Do you want to pay a visit to our growing Among thy guests present from a dis- T. railroad took tho body in- - chargo and ed through the city Friday enroute to bo handsomely improved during the wero Mattio Allen, Blnnpho Frank, Jno. little city I l, If to, get ready or the Dreclai-ridg- e tance may bo mentioned Mrs. Leo Owcnsboro. immediately begun to investigate tho Simons, Everett Cockrejl and David New Excursion train Friday, Jtinc summer niui fall, so as to afford amp'o of Louisvillo; Mrs. Dr. Pennington, case. On examination it was discovered Weathcrholt, of Tobinsport ; Tearl and KM. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Castle nnd daugh- accommodation thereafter for visitors to of Owcnsboro; Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. that his neck wns broken by the blow, Vcva Miller, Bcssio Ilambleton, Sallio ter, Ollic, attended the decoration at this favorite and health giving resort. Koons, Jefiersonvillo; Mr. D. S. Culley, but ho was not otherwise bruised or dis- Murray, Maud "Willis, Ora Alexander, LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS & TEXAS Cannelton Monday. There was an attempt made to break Cloverport ; Misss Ophelia Hoy, Bran- figured. To thoiiroujjhly satisfy themRAILWAY CO. LinnicD'IIuy, AVillle Bowmer, Wnlter Misses Pearl nnd Nona Perrigo are visinto Sulzer's store ono night last week, denburg. selves that the bridge had done tho fatal Smart, Harry and Jesso Moorman, Wick iting relatives in Ftepheimport nnd will but the burglars were frightened mvny r,l8SEKUER DEPARTMENT. Promptly nt S o'clock the guests were work, a locomotlvo and a passenger nnd Carl Dellaven nnd Orvillo Gregory, remain several weeks. before an entrance had been cttuctetl. ushered to their places in the beautifully coach was taken to tho spot, and hero his of Cloverport ; Miss Maunio Ireland, of Circular No. 14. Louisville, May 20, '02. Miss Estill Wedding, of home, Ind., is To prevent future visits of tho kind tho decorated parlor, and as soon as all wero lint was found, and being n stifT hat, Skillman, Ky., Miss Annio Ilambleton, SpcQlnl Traits rnrdisvllle to L.011IV visiting her Mr. and Mrs. high fence along First street that hid the in readiness, tho bridal couplo attended plainly showed where tho bridge btruck, of Sorghotown, Ky., Mrs. Grant Gregory, vllle, Juno 2d, 1803, Mark Wedding this city. rear of their building has been cut down by 5Ir. Henry Shacklett and Miss AmeTho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texas Bnil-wn- y by being broken and smashed in at tho of Cloverport, nnd Mrs. Willie Burton, Co., wjll run a special train froin Gcorgo Graham bought a line pair of about half and n nntural gns light placed lia Ashcraft, Mr. W. D. Ashcraft and bacV On the smoke begrimed timbers of California. Fordsvillo to Louisville, or account of Bar- -' mules last Saturday, of a Mr. Itlce, of there, which burns constantly nil night Miss Nollio G. Henry entered, keeping of tho bridgo also tlio print was distinctly nuin's circus, which shows in Louisvillo long, and makes their back yard as light step to music, elegantly performed by Hancock county. Price Train will leave Fordson abovo date. visible whero tho contact had been made. BEWLEYVILLE. as day. villo at 7 o'clock a. m., nnd stop at all Mrs. S. D. Koons. s Wantud To sell L'O tons of choice By actual trial it was found that a six-foBright people are the quickest to Now goods at tlio Cosh Storo tliis stations on tho L., II. & W. Bnllway, as The brido was most tnstely attired in n L. I). Aiiion-- . mixed hay. mnn standing on tho top of a paswell as all stations East of Irvington on a good thing nnd buy it. AVo suit of white steel Henrietta trimmed senger conch would bo struck near tho week. Ky. Addison, main line. ButcB mode for the occasion of bright.people the Littlo Early with duchess lace. Her only ornaments top of tho shoulder by tho bridge, and Tho tennis club will meet to orgnnizo includes frco admission to tho cireus. Mr. J. II. Moorman is visiting his sell lots Por further information apply to agent daughter, Mrs. Hatchett, of Henderson, Uisers. If you are not bright these pills were two frtray Miirschicl Neil rose buds Conner was somo two or three inches Wednesday evening. or address II. O. Moiimtb, A. G. P. A. & will probably remain n couple of will mnke you so. Sold by Short Hay in her hair and a largo bunch of tho shorter than that. Ho Mr. Albert Thompson, of Guston, was Louisvillo, Ky. nes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, same roses, which she held in her hand. In tho pockets of tho unfortunate man in town last weok. months. Hardinsburg. Tho groom, of course, wore n dress suit was found his return pass, $1.10 in money, The big colored excursion from Ilen- Miss Mario Paul spent last week with Mr. Alf Ilennen, of Ilnwesville, was oUdnek. a card which showed that ho was a mem- Miss Honrio Cain near Guston. dcrson to Ixwisville last Sunday about Mr. Ilennen is a Tho llov. Judson Wiliett performed ber in good standing of tho Bricklayers V "cleaned all the coons out of this city for in tho city Saturday. Mr. Will Paul, who has been employgreat advocate of good country roads and this most impressive ceremony, nnd in n Union No, 4, of Nashville, and a letter the day. COMPOUND. says it is tho question of tho day. He is time none too short, .pronounced them from his wife, which disclosed tho in- ed in Louisville for somo tinio, is nt A recent dUcovery by an old Miss Ella Dowden, one of the efficient home.. a member of tho AVhcehnan's AssociaphyctcUn. Successfully used husband and wife. formation that his homo was In Oceola, teachers in the Cloverport High School, tion of the U. S., an organization that is mnntly by thousands of LaMr. W. W. Kenth, of tho L., St. L. & Congratulations from relatives and Ga Ho was nently-dress- od in a gray dies. Is the only perfectly just closed, lias returned to her homo jri taking an nctivo part in tho subject of his safe and reliable medicine friends quickly followed. At 4 o'clock suit of clothes, was about 28 yerfrs old, T. bridgo force, spent Sunday with discovered, llcwnro of unprincipled druggists Brandenburg. of good roads and is doing good work tho bridal party, amid n shower of rico and, as it might bo supposed that ho was family. who oiler inferior medicines In place of this. Ask Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound, take no sub. Miss Ilortense Burton, of Colton, Ciil., in that line. When everybody gets to and old shoes, with tho blessings of otherwise, it Is justice to add that ho was 'Squlro Griffin Dowell and Mr. Moses for ttitutc, or Inclose li and 6 crnts In postage In was tho guest of Mr. and J Irs. Marion tnlking good roads then wo will have friends nnd God's bow of promise hung perfectly sober when killed, return town letter, and wc will send, scilcd, by envelope,mall, and tho fact Bennett, of High Plains, wero in to full scaled particulars In plain Ilambleton Sunday nnd returned to them. ., , , across tho sky, departed for the homo of of his having been standing on the top Saturday. ladles only, 2 stamps. Address l'ourt Lilly Company, Tobinsport Monday morning. "Bob Robertson, of Breckinridge coun- tho groom, situated near the banks of of n passenger conch when ho had his No. 3 Fisher Illock, Detroit, Mich. Miss Georgin Moromcn, of BrandenSandy Calwell, a mino boss, who got ty, was in town Monday nnd Tuesday, tho Ohio; where, nlso, a number of pahsago paid on tho inside, can only bo burg, was thu guest of her sistor, Mrs. C. S. his leg broke nt Victoria a few days ago, taking and having recorded the right of friends had congregated. At 0 o'clock explained ns being ono of those Inst week. ' II. Drury, passed through tho city Monday eurouto way on tho proposed extension of tho supper was served with n lavish hand, dangerous frenks of human Messrs. T. J. Jolly and Fletcher Blnn-for- d to his home in Mcllenry county. 0. & F. H. railroad, from Fordsvillo to of tho choicest viands that allurb tho nnturo that aro continually developing nttended tho S. ,Sf Convention in AT THE Mr. John Uyau, who has been very Ilorso Branch. Ho says work will be- tasto, nnd tho rarest fruits of the tropical themselves. Hardinsburg last week. sick for n long time, wo are pleased tu gin at onco on tho road nnd it will bo clime. Indeed, methinks it was all that Thcro being no telegraph olllco at , Mr. Wm. II. Cain, Sr., attended Dissay, is now able to bo out again, though pushed to completion. Ho also spoke even Epicurus himself could possibly Oceola, Gn., a dispatch was sont to tho trict Conference, which was in session Mayor of Watkinsvlllo, Gn., ten or twelvo he is in n very weak condition, yet. very encouragingly of tho extension of desire. They received many valuable nnd miles distant from Oceola. A reply wns nt Hardinsburg last week. Dr. Foster I.ightfoot is improving tho tho Irvington road, which will pass town Miss Kntlicrino Bnrkhardt looks of his residence by putting in nice, through Hartford." Owcnsboro Inquir- handsomo presents which I shall not en- soon received stating. thnt it was imposto get word to Conner's family, this week tho guest of her undo and You will find everything you want croach upon your space to enumerate. sible now, plato gloss windows nnd otherwise er. Tho groom is ono of Mcado county's whereupon preparations wero mado for aunt, Mr, and Mrs. A, Bennett. remodeling nnd brightening up things. Wess Valentine, Euimitt Valontino to cat: I prosperous farmers, and therefore well ins uuriai ni lrvingion. Mrs. II. E. Basham, of McKinnoy, SUGAR, COFFE, a grnvo was Tho steam laundry is running by nat- aud Frank Jones, three impudent lookg suited to become tho compan- dug ami Uio collin lowered Into it, when and Mrs. Dr. Geo. I). Pntker nnd soh, FLOUR, MEAT, . ural gas now. This does away with ing negroes, wero fined $10 each In tho City Court Saturday for attacking Leo ion of his brido. Tho brido is a young tho following dispatch was received: - Master Harvey, of Akin, Texas r visVEGETABLES, every particle of smoke nnd soot, nnd woman of strong character, lofty puriting relatives in this vicinity. CANNED GOODS, A. M. M'cDrucken, Supt,, L. St. L. ic T. 11, II. they are now turning out somo nice and Henry Ycnger, two wliito boys, be- poses, nnd charming personal aud is In Send body of J. II, Conner to Howard, Ga., cause thoy would not give tho way when CIGARS, work. . met them in a path on tho hill, erery way fitted to graco tho homo nnd on G. C. N. II, It. TOBACCO, The Breckenridge News Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot went to Hender- thoy J. M.JACKSON, Mayor,' These nro specimens of tho "oppressed" bo the companion of tho gentleman she FIGS, , Watkoivillet5. Monday to eco her brother, J. I). son EXOUBSION. Oiilando. nrticlo that tho Methodist Episcopal has chosen. RA'ISINS, ETC. Tho body was then lifted out oL the Ilambleton, who seriously hurt himself spoko so yearningly grave and started to Its destinaliontho night by falling over a goods Church conference Saturday In fact everything in the BEECH GROVE, for at Omaha last weok. L. St. L. & T. Co., guaranteeing pay, for box while running in tho durk to catch Birdio Allen, for throwing concentratn street car. Grocery&Confectionery Line I think wo have had rain enough to collin and transportation. Munday'H face, had her Fordsvilla to Cloverport Bogard is a littlo station nearer Occola early to rise will ed lye into Kitty "Late to bed nnd examining trial before Mayor Lightfoot settle the dust. And all Intermediate points Thankful for past favors. Rethan Watkinsvlllo. the road to your homo In tho Miss Mattio Leo Moremen' was tho last Wednesday and was held on n bond spectfully solicit you to call, we iefl," But early to bed and n "Littlo and of $100 to appear at tho next term of tho guest of Miss Deo McGehco Sunday. The following is the Time-Tabl- e Auction Sale of City Property, Early Itiser," tho pill that mnkes life take great" pleasure in waiting Mr. Doc Withers, of Muldraugh, was Birdio nnd Kitty nro n Circuit Court. Fare for the Round trip. lolurer nnd better nnd wiser. Sold by - VkiY. upon you. ii r-Only twelve lots remaining to bo Bold couple of colored damsels who move tho guest of Mr. J. A. McGcheo Sunday run Short A Haynes, Cloverport, nnd Beard ooo $ms In tho beautiful suburb of Cloverport, ,.X rifdstiiio. ..:,.... among thu 400 of Cloverport colored night. ' & Beeler, Hnrdiusburg. 6 0 1.25 Mllchel society, but tho green eyed demou raged MibS Addio Ditto spent a few days "Eastland," und wo have decided to place i;20 A otfi....3..ri.'5...tt.1.z..t09" "BIuo Wing," a dead gaine- - coon sport, in their breasts, and Birdio caino very Manager. on sale nt public auction, on ! with her brother, Mr. Abo Ditto, Long tho lots whoso headquarters nro in this city nearly spoiling tho good looklugi'counto-nnnc- o tno nuih... ..,.Jt.....b Jr , 1.00 June 10th 1892, nnd lot them go to tho Branch. RoclfYMe.,v M,..,....fl created n considerable stir at tho depot WANTED. biddor. Eastland contains' ten of Kitty. Mrs. Agnes Bickctts, of Long Branch, highest Saturday night by firing his revolver 7 14' , ' Utunitor IO acres and was only laid oir with lots t, To sell ths Lovell Washer, one now CoujteU has met and elected was circulating among friends in this 7 10 (llenJtane 1.00 while In n coach that was standing on a "'The man or woman wanted to erery ten miles streets and alloyB about thirty days ago, tho follow itig oiflcers : It. D. Witt, May- vicinity during tho past few days. Jolly..., ....,...,.t.,,,iM....v7 square in the entire Breckenildge county. Ex. nldo track, crowded with colored peoplo and out of 41 lots only twelve remain unKirk ..?. iW A 7. elusive territory. A good lively agent can Miss Georgia Moremen returned homo waiting for the .coon excursion. Ho was or protein; James Ilambleton, Marshal; Buildings aro going up. sold to dntc. make from $ JO to $75 a month If at work ingood N. D'Huy, Clerk ; and J. I). Babbage, v...8 10 .fil) Jluned Friday after n pleasant visit to her sister, rapidly and property advancing, so now nrrestcd Monday, tried in tho City Court earnest. The Lovell Washer will do letter o araia..4T..T..-;.u-...tf.Also tho following commit- Mm. Chas. Drury, of Bowcleyvillo. 2i f . No work than any other Washer on earth. nnd fined $25, which with cost and attor- Treasurer. is your tlmo to secure a cheap lot. Terms A'f. irlnstni!,?;.r.....&l8 sn; i W tees wero chosen: Street committee, rubbing on d Fits stay tub. Save 00 50 fee ndded, made tho entire cost oj I.T. IrringtoD, ney's "..,. ......0 Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 0. McGehco expects d time, money and clothes. Just the machine cash, bnlancoin three and six Thos, Wfoo, chairman; H. D. Witt, K. Wbiteryr.5f.).Ti'...,.-- V OH..; f 10 liia fun near $50. He seoined to bo loadfor.ladles who are not stiong. Thousands to join tho excursion Thursday, but not months, with interest. Snlo.lt 1: 30 p. 60 w iu B. Picrco; Finance Committee, J. A. liUtiiDurg of ladies who have to hire their washing done SO ed with tho "stufr," nnd paid himself out Barry, chairman, James Lewis, B. D. for the purpose of attending tho "Big m. on tho grounds. Bemember tho day riMco ..?...l..i.i..,,.,'...M,v 2 . nnw savo tha t expense by using the Lovell Sample 20 40 Immediately. Show." Washer. To tboso" desiring an agency, for nnd dnto, and tako advantago of this opOrUlnnnco Committee, 11. B. ,.0 37 Btepbeniport 35 Witt; it.. sample fuU'stte only three dollars and ten ets. ao Addison. Tlio new snlt works on tho Ditto and portunity to make an Investment that V41 Piorco, chairman, Thos. Wroe, J. A. Baralio Key Stone Wringers and other useful , Xeuraigla I'mous ,.,.. Holt 2J ..)H1 McGehco farms commenced boiling salt will pay you from 25 percent, to CO per househoutd sttlclee, for terms to agents refer ry; Police nnd jail committee, James water last Friday. Ami tlio'o troubled with nerroiiiness resulting io oo at. uiotrport.M ,.i Every thing uiQycd cen on your morioy, to from care or oyeru orfc will be rcllovod by taking lor further In Uoturnlng-leavLowIh, chairman B. B. Pierre, J. A Bar- - oir nicely and bids fair to bo a grand Glovorport 4,10 p. m, ,p,m8 Union. 8Ur, i, Jtroifm'H Iron Hitters. fjenulrw ry. formation apply to Pierco A Short. , dxto. DreqkenrldgeOounty , Ky success. tuu trade mark nnd crowd red Hues on wrapper. Dr. J. M. Clayton, l'iirasola for pleasure parties nt Sul-r-er- 's. Physician Surgeon. RISE DEATH! 1 ,1 -- far 'CD Jew 'J-i'ZEsLii tS .'!' Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST, CLEVELAND k Hungry Feeling umiffiiiBMiii;ai:r;xi;H Physician Surgeon mm wmu CD., Go to SULZER'S, Their Table Delicacies are Simply Irresistibly They Brace up iawTMimm'iiDw ' J. W. JAERETT, s. ? "ii3 , 1 k, ' - - J. F. Lightfoot, M.D. Physician and Breckenridge Julius. Winter & Co., e01d A " 1 ired .. . Stomac 4 Reliable" Glothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. , Wlfll flin tnnof .ntinniioinfr U rf irtnnfla Viw.l mnrn iin -- i A Som-mor- s, weary housekeeper rejoico; by suggesting easy ' ways to construct f 3 d A Toothsome Meal;Wl U . t busi-liea- jm: . & 'I I THE OUP RACE. Sulzer's "4 Cloverpbi; KH 1 ', I vrJTl ' J. ' V Mc-Col- "It " 2 -. Ii VERT CAL iUnt'BAtR OU5PNDR5 N. H. If, from any cause, the Vertical Slide ' should Break or become Damaged, a new pair of HuspcnUers will be kIycd, Free, ot Charge, upon return of tlie broken pair ty tho furnisher from whom purchased. grand-parent- i i ot ' FOR. SALE BY B. F. Beard & THE PLAOE FOR Co! & ji Mi NEAT PITTING CLOTHING. B. . unac-countnb- lo Stop! Stop! Stop! Bankrupt F . BEAM) ; & CO..J w -- liJ I HARDINSBURG, KYJ is-l- STORE SPUING5 is here. So is our stook of life-lon- mw- GOODS-- ! , Como and oxamino our goods for yourself. Wo havo tho tot o: . 'lafgjw5 Friday, June 10, 1892 n Uingliams, Ladies' Dress Goods, and 1' NOTIONS. in tho city. Wo offer you bargains in both )': y - J. E. Kcornun, ji'' QUALITY AND PRICES. SUB-AGEN- m. ooMo wash-boar- uitt vvni km Our motto is "Quio'k Sales ahd-Sma-ll Profits," 'ifc ono-thir- HARDINSBURG. KY. v. &AT?"rasr,An ot; ivicnuurv PWKTSOATTIII8 i VI PKTER-KROUa- ilt Picnic Bills OZFUTXCMEJ.