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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892060801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X SECiECKENRIDGE EEffcDJOBSDAY, , NEWS. 8, 1892. Tiibiie is not milch probability of tho Legislature adjourning beforo tho mid. dlo of HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, JUNE July. L, H. L W. TIME TABLE. WHST. F?ft VlKOIL O. 1IAI111AOK, Kdltora and Proprietor!. F ml Brown. Mr. Kstcl Sutton, Louisvillo. is ,In tho -a city. , In somo portions of Texas thoy have For Circuit Clerk. Buy your groceries from Hardin & had scarcely any rain sluco Christinas. authorized to announce H. S. Skltlman Brown. tldate for to the office of Or- - In Kentucky, and particularly in o Clerk, tubject to the action of the Dr- Tho latest thing out is tho Wiro Lock county, within tho period men. prijr. Fence. i thorlicd to announce A. M, Glasgow tioned, it has been a littlo damp. v Mr. Will Tom" Gregory was In tho city llli. as a candidate for Circuit Court to the action of the Democratic Ject Many establishments for tho euro of-- Monday. Mr. Robt. Jolly, Irvlngton, was ln tho ' "zZZZmFL Big drunkenness aro being planted all to announce km authorized candidate TorJai. I. Stewart Circuit Court ovor tho country, but tho retail liquor city last Friday. a febslcr. at 3St .. L kubuw to the action of the Democratic Mr. Mort Skillman camo down from dealers still pay their liconso and keep Tho fact is thoy can well Webster Monday. ; are authorized to an nonce Granville S. opem house. Fenco your roguish mules with the An, as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, do without tho trade of tbo drunkard. no we anion 01 mc uemocrnuc pariy. Wiro Lock Fence. r ," Mr. and Mrs. Withors woro visiting at II n. ltobt. E. Woods graduated witii is latest despatches irom Minno- high honors last night in the Bachelor Kirk last Sunday. Ash, Mahogany and Ebony Finish. ilis lonvo thoflnnl result of tbo Ropub- - of law class at tho Columbian UniversiHardin & Brown deliver all goods n Convention in mucli doubt. Hur- ty Law School,' Washington, D. C. Tho bought of thcin free. on's and Blaino'sfricnds each claim that News and many frionds hero congratuMrs. Williams and daughter aro visit":. ! i idlr favorito will win easily: but con- - late Mr. Woods on his brilliant success. ing hero from Illinois. ' r JfHuervativo views and figures prove that On tho 10th of this month, the day of Deputy Sheriff Rnmsoy, Cloverport, ficlthcr of them has a walk ovor. One the BitECKENituxiE News excursion to was in the cfty Monday. Mr. Richard May and daughter, Annio conservative figures gives Harris- - this city, several city lots in tho Eastland '. an small majority, and another gives addition are to be put up for sale. This went to Louisvillo Monday. . Rov. L. E. Campbell and his three will present an opportunity for a good ft. U Blaino by about the samo number. ;; . investment. Heal estate in Cloverport children went to Louisvillo Monday. is known to justify the assertion -is valuable, and every dollar invested . Tho best lot of candies Colored Excursion Train Loavos it Bhouhl a ballot bo taken now it that way now will yield a handsomo diviin tho city. Hardin & Brown. i. mi !il ill Doath In Its Wake. , iilll.l iuii iw uiuiur. j.iiuru win jiruuuu-- ?' dend in tho near future. uugiii, ll J. Mattlugly and G. N. Taul will sell . rSl 1 l.- - -i i pu u vulu ut&uu jmi rm f nu AuurBuuy ur you tho right to build tho Wiro Lock uui lt,. That was a notable, aud auspicious Fence. Friday, tlicn if Blaine is on tho track ho Two Passenger Trains Collide On The meeting held at Louisvillo last week, by Hon. B. F. Beard will leave for tho bo tho nominee If there is no ! Owensboro and Nashvillo Road. tho Filson Club, celebrating tho CentenL a' jshdw. for him, his name will be with- - nial of Kentucky's admission as a stato National Convention n Ciiicago, about B pdrawfl' before there is any balloting done into tho .Union. Soino of tho best in- tho 18th. 3 Children's Day will bo observed by four Killed Outright nml Twonty-flv- o UmJlMrison will get it by acclamation. formed men of tho Stato were present to -- . ' II thorn Itlnlmotl nml Injured. tho Sunday school at tho M. E. church participate in tho exercises, and tho ! Hrrtrv vbiuubtuia mmw lltrt Pnrtttlno' vtnvfir papers read by tho members were replete next Sunday. FVSlP" TVinntci oi1 titu vuui.a j'ttiisj Lost Sunday morning a new timo card n A life portrait given away Kansas have decided to fuso for Stato with numerous historic facts, and other H'CiirnW., valuable and useful information. Tiio witii every $10 worth of goods nt Mrs. S. went into effect on tho Owensboro and ri.iv.vo, Nashville. It was issued on that mornhistory of tho Stato for tho past century, A. Haffoy & Go's. ing to engineers and conductors, and is an interesting, and valuablo study, and W.-K- . 1QnKf'Otrttrtv M. TinPnw will mnlrn flirt ! Mr. Barnes went to Owonsboro the facts compiled by tho members of .Monday to attend tho session of tho read to takeo ffect at 7 o'clock p. in. 'VkktrAnrtli 'iiTtitiiT ITnvriann am nAinttindnn a m's,n iiuduuu lauiiicuii iiwutiituviuu tho Filson Club, aro "well worth perusal. Conductor Oscar Rodgers and Engineer United States court. ' rt i.ii.aitiivujruiio Pat Fahcy were to tako a negro excurof that dato gave a Tho Courier-JournMike Shcrran, who moved from this sion train from Owensboro to Bowling full account of tho proceedings, and was placo to Dakoto a yeur or bo ago, died Greon that day, and from some unacTo count in tho dogs, Cloverport a history within itself, and will make a there a few days since. I would Trank among the larcest cities in countable reason read tho card to tako to presorvo in tho valuablo addition ;thp Union in population. Mrs. Brooks closed out her 'dress mak- effect nt 7 o'clock a. m. How thoy mado family. ing department hero last wcok anil has this mistako neither can tell. merchants of this city are pro moved to Stephensport. At 7:25 o'clock n. m.the regular passenSince his with that lewd ng to give tho excursionist next Pri" Mr Sim McGary, who has been work- ger train from Russollvlllo to Owonsboro woman Hepresentativo Mclnerny lias 'a royal welcome. All their business gono to tho other extreme, and, from all ing at Cloverport for somo time, camo up left the depot at Russollvillo running on bos will bo handsomely decorated correct time by tho old schedule. At outward appearances, is now a very to visit his family Sunday. tho town generally will bo clad in Tho Davis macliino is far ahead of all 8:25 o'clock n. in. tho excursion train left moral man. Ho introduced n bill to supjjliday attire. press obscene literature that was so others, in neatness and durability. For Owensboro running out of timo. Thoy u met nt 0:30 o'clock ono milo below South to sell an ordi- sale by Hardin cr Brown. strict, that were it a law, Ei As wago to press tho young peoplo of nary school physiology would bo a viola. Tho Miss Vitula Daniel went to Lexington Carrpllton at the mouth of a cut. lie city are christening tho Urecken-iko- e of tho signs would last Friday to attend tho meeting of tho excursion train was running with all tion ; that illustration News' now building noxt door havo to como out of almanacs, steam on in order to gut speed enough to I the Holy Woman's Missioncry Society. social ball, and with tho rumbling Janvith a go over an up grado, that was just ahead, Biblo would havo to undergo another t aC" Havo you scon tho Wiro Lock Fence. and beingiu.- ii loflvoi tuo press aro mingled tne toots ol tho revision, newspaper accounts of amputa." 7VJ-U0 iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAvKAAAAAAAAAAAMv(Awvs 5fiVi1 '' Farm rights for sale by J. Mnttiiigly 'and Tho Good Things wo refer to are iu our store, and they aro hUf ."rpot and tho groans of tho bass-vitions would havo to be written up as G. N. Taul, Hardinsbunr. Ky. FWr -- iio regular passenger being ,, "limbs" taken off instead of "legs," and their for you and everybody. Thero will bo n Catholic Ti'K World, a hot Republican evening expression, tho "nakthe old lime-trie- d hauler was almost stopped beforo the their grounds near this plai"' ' duly 4th crash came. The two locomotives were B started in Louisville, after going ed" truth, would havo to bo twisted into 'a a: for three somo other slmpo. Luckily tho bill was for tho benefit of reduced to old iron and thrown down a fifteen-foo- t ?e,cks, has korflumixed. A rampant reported advorsoly and killed. Wo still hav l!few of Webster's cmbankmont, with the largo Kopublican journal stands no moro show Dictionarys on hand. You can excursion cngino on top. Tho two bagiierrtucky than that proverbial snow- get ono, and tho News ono year for $2. gage cars were mashed into kindling The colored peoplo don't seem to accs in tbo otnor place. Thoro is a largo crowd going on the ex- wood, that of tho excursion train being cept the separate coach bill without an JVOI'f cursion Friday. Tho fare for the round driven half way back into the first coach, Hundreds take from it, yet it n vor diminishes, this, Repbeskntative Severs' bill to limit effort to defeat its action.-- Thoy havo Ef gi which was crowded with women and trip is only tho small sum of GO cents. y uiiuuuuKua in wuuiuim inuiH called n meeting &t Lexington Juno 22d men. Te'w; of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g Dr. J. 0. Bush is in tho city and has '7 k lour cnancngcB on eacu siuo wag ro- - "to deliberate upon plans looking to tho Tho engineers of both trains and fireAll persons a.. Jt setting osido, by tho courts, of this meas- rooms at Beard's hotel. uuvcrseiy uy tno unnmitteo on men of tho passenger jumped and only spring of supply that feeds tho stream. jS'Unmmai .Law, but it was ordered to tho ure." It is of no use for them to kick. needing donwl work can find him tlicro. received slight bruises. Hugh Barclay, . 11- .J..l! 5 Don't fail to call at Mrs. S. A. Haffey fireman of tho excursion train was caught days of ideal nlggerism aro over. i nvvuii icuuiug, me uuvurao repon noi- - The They havo been tried sufficiently, and ik Co.'s, and seo thoso beautiful lifo size beneath tho cab o'f his cngino and crushiii.. . 4V jvuneianuing. proved themselves to bo greatly deficient portraits given nway witii every $10 ed to death. Tho passengers on tho reguin manners, morals, decency and respect- worth of goods. Xiik Allfanco party in Grayson county, lar passenger train suffered n bad shakThoir own impudent, vulgar Tbo name of Miss Paulino Hambleton, ing up, but with tho exception of W, P. iuet ouo day last week in Lcitchfield and ability. J JUST RECEIVED AT So do Sluggish Stock, they become decayed, they are fnominated Georgo w. Stono of that and dastardly conduct on railroad trains colored, of this place, nppcajs among tho Scott, editor of the Control City Repub- iiihuu uu uiuir Hvkul ior uircmi o uugo in in this stato has brought this down upon graduates of tho Colored Normal School lican, a few bruises is tho extent of their not fit for commercial use any moro than this district. Tho Democrats have mado' their own heads, and thoy hereafter havo at Frankfort. injuries. Mr. Scott had just loft his scat ' no nomination as yet. Thoro is ample to ridtf In a coach by themselves where Mr. John P. Haswell has been on a to get a drink of water and was near tho decayed meat, finally, they aro known K.itimo ahead for this, if it is tho wisliof they can drink, carouse, blackguard, visit to Circlovillo, Ohio, for tho past ten door. Ho was thrown from his feet onto swear and fight to their own hearts con- days visiting his as "Dead." to mako a nomination. tho pa-tbrother. Ho is expect- tho floor of tho isle. Conductor Card-we- ll tent without compelling more respect-abl- o ed homo this week. who weighs about 200 pounds, just peoplo to sit by and witness it. It is about two weeks until tho meot--: ALL KINDS AT Tho "Gospel Trumpet" is no moro at entered tho door, followed by a largo ving'of tho DoinOcratic National Conven Harncd Station. Last week' tho editor colored man, fell onto Mr. Scott, tho tion at Chicago. It Is owing a good deal The Republican Convention assembled put tho press, type, posto pot and nil in colored man on top of him. In con?totho temper of tho disaffected clement at Minneapolis yesterday. That tho as- his grip sack and skipped. sequence, Mr, Scott was badly hurt, but JV-i-- N JL it is thought not seriously. fa Npw York, as to what tho outcomo semblage will bo loud and Btormy wo In tho best condition and a constant flow of trade keeps Tho brass band was out last Saturday 111 bo. Cleveland's friends thoro as havo overy reason to believe. Tho The excursionists fared much worse. night and discoursed somo fine music for In alsowhcro still havo their war naint on. tho baggago cur wcro n half dozen, a stock in the best condition. We have no dead stock men aro going into the conven and if it is possiblo to put him in as tho tion bent on making things hum for Bro. the strawberry supper. Thoy go down whito men and a number of negroes, on tho excursion Friday, when it will bo becauso our stock never stands still, it is always shooting craps, drinking nnd having a Blaino, and whothcr ho gets in or not repeated. high old time, tho coaches wcro n crowd- 1iJVVVVyVVwvvvvvvvv his friends will mako their presence felt flowing out and flowing in. There aro about twenty-fiv- o handsome, ed mass of colored humanity, and tho ," utie rroutbition party met m wmven- - bofpro the fight is ended. With Blaino Niggara And Dogs Fight. school only surpriso is that so many escaped unboautiful, sweet, o tion a Louisvillo last week. Tho as tho standard bearer of tho RepubliBEWLEYVILLE. E A dog fight on tho steep bunk of tho party is to como next, and whon cans in this contest tho Democrats can girls in this town, who read the hurt. After tho crash shriek after shriek, creek, just bolow tho bridge, last SaturNews and want to go on tho cries of pain and fright, and curses ront iTthoylill get into tho field on tho road to win. Mr. Blaine has no personal magneday caused such a crowd to collect on tho tho air. Tho uninjured of both trains .o Whlto House, what a merry old tism, and becauso of tho disaffection his "skursion" Friday. Mr. R. M. Jolly was in town Sunday. bndgo that thero-waactual danger of its iio thoro will bo in theso United States. nomination bring to a large All persons indebted to S. A. Haffey, immediately began tho work of removlast giving way under tho weight, which was would Mr. T. J. Jolly wiw in Owensboro all on ono sidewalk. Tho dogs rolled inirdly beforo in tho history of tho coun- - number in his party, thoro would be previous to January 1892, will pleaso ing tho-deand wounded from tho week. Of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of New-Goodsto tho creek but held their holds and havo thoro been so many, parties, and no hopes of his election. Harrison como forward and sottlo within thirty wreck. Tho officials of tho road woro is in Ciiicago this wero pulled out by a couplo of negro Mr. W. J. Piggott If you do, you can have that adhas mado n reasonably good Presi- days, either by cash or noto. I mean notified and thoy responded promptly l:h an array of candidates. boys, their ownors, but rolled back again week. Wits. S, A. Haffey; with physicians and equipments to mako say. beforo thoy could soparato them. dent, all things considered, and if tho just what I Tho & Co., vantage by trading with Mr. J. A. Cone, of Hess, Ilcnlo boys pulled thorn out again, and this Hon. fiEonaE W. BaJn has been party should happen to put Robert Godfrey Haswell has opened up a pret- tho unfortunates as comfortahlo as postimo succeeded in getting them apart, Louisville, was in town Thursday. to fill tho second ty good start in tho hennery business. sible. FchoBon as ono of tho Electors for tho Lincoln, on with him as thoy wero half drowned, but in doing Mr. Will Pool, of J. M. Robinson & so tho coons becatno involved thoinsol-veTUB DKAI). on tho Prohibition ticket. place it would bo a ticket tiiat would Lafit week ono hundred chickens alive Citato Co., Louisvillo, was in town Friday. nnd took a regular fist and scull lr. Bain is tne most liuontanu eioquont be hard to down. and a kicking dropped out of his incubaHugh Barclay,whito, fireman excursion twist all over tho creek bank, fiom May l. public Bpeaker in Kentucky on tho Pro- tor and it wasn't n good day for chickens train; Honry Kasly, Russollvlllo; Bud Tho Rov. Cundiff preached to a largo & Solbrig'e shop to tho water's edgo. Whether Ins party nmMtion question. Greenwood nnd Henry Fields, Owens- audience at tho M. E. church Sunday. cither. Tho fun had thus lasted for several min$100 Reward. $100. shall accomplish much or not in a cam- Jolly Mcador is still holding an oflico. boro, till colored. Mrs. G. P. Jolly, of Hanlinsburg, is utes when Officer Rnmsoy appeared upon Tho readers of tho BitccKENiiinoE the scoiio and tho show was over. Imlgu in this stato, tho prcsenco of Mr. Tin: ixJUitEi). with her' daughter, Mrs. W. J. Piggott. News will bo pleased to learn that thoro In 1888 ho was appointed Sergeant at fBain on tho platform as an advocato of Ed. Lipscomb, Owensboro, leg crushed Arms of tho Democratic rlub. of this spent Louisvillo, ono is at discaso Mrs. ttho Toraperanco causo will always attract science least been dreaded euro in allthat place. Ho will now comp ovor and tako off; Willie Sandors, back hurt; Thos. poveral G. Harrison, of relatives in town A able to has its days visiting fa large audience. Jersey Cow for Sale. stages, and that Hall's Ca- tho oath of offlco, and proparo to proceed Moorman, leg hurt; John Woods, leg this cok. broken; Eva Orr, head hurt, colored, A inc Jcrtcycod with n younifCJlf. Price tarrh Curo is tho only positivo euro now to business. gets it from a pretty roliablo Richardson and Mr. A. J. Hon. Gus. paritcuurs can on orauurcsa The News Central City fur lurintr 0. OF Tho strawberry supper at Beard's Owensboro; William Scott, (i. WAltinill.l), Clovurpnttj known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh sourco that in thoso districts in tho internally injured ; Jim Fowman, whito, Thompson, of Guston, wcro in town last being a constitutional discaso, requires a hotol lost Saturday night for tho benefit SAI.K. Hay, corn and milk cowniAp-- l I 17OII In of tho Democrats county where many, Russellvllle, brakeroan, anklo sprained ; Week. I -- tl llrlt f ....... .j, - "J " iiuni, II.. I. L' constitutional treatment, IlaH'sCatarrh of tho Catholic church was a big success. went off last year, and voted against tho colored, Owensboro, leg R. W. 1h taken internally, acting directly r.n. TCilimr Bennett nnd family, of About $41 was realized for tho church, broken; Barr, Curo, Valuablo Property for Sale. Jeroino Hillman. Owensboro, ticket, many of them havo expressed a upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of and tho young folks present spent quito both legs cut off; Joo Boll, colored, Summcrseat, woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. ZE3Co-u.s- e determination lo come back and vote Sc Owonsboro, internal injuries; Eugono A. Bonnett Sunday. system, thereby destroying tho an enjoyablo ovoning. Capital Stock $25,000. 1W MISS Tl MOORMAN. with the party this year. This is all tho , ., ... uasscr, coiorcu, uwonsuoro, bruised; of disease, and giving tho Tho members of tho Democratic Honry Bowers, whito, traveling salesMisses Emma Deo McGeheo and Mat-ti- o right and proper. "Vhon wo seo our foundation tho by building B. F. BEARD, Preildcnt. con- - County Committee laro requested to meet up the man, Falls City Cracker Company, mistake it js right to como up and recti-'f- y patient strength 130 Morcmen aro guests of Mr. and assisting nature in doing its in this placo on tho third Monday in this Louisville, bruised ; Wood W. Griffin, WILL MILLER, Mrs. Chas. II. Drury this wcok. it. Tho party will be thoroughly stitutionand proprietors havo so much month as thoro will bo somo important whito, Owensboro, leg broken and othernunoc anumnb. n It notlcnble In our aroused this year, and we look confident work. Tho M. II, HEARD, Caihter. wise injured; C. II. Caldwell, Russell-vlllMonday for Miss M. Blancho Jolly loft 0 look, If you want good Hone Shoeing Tg !n its curative powers, that they business to transact. Tills is by order of ly for an increased vote for tho ticket in faith whlto, basgflgomastor, head cut: Owensboro, whom sho will romaln somo to Abner Dent, he li the Led in town, fur l "J 0. W. BEARD offer Ono Hundred Dolwis fdr any coso tho chairman. W. H. Powoll, whito, Drakesboro, head nave trleil mm. all the district. MORRIS KSKRIDOE .Dire tor timo tho gucBt of tho family of Hon. Geo it fails to cure. Send for list of Fahey, whito, engineer, cut; Pat that Here will be found a fall line of choice R. M. JOLLY. j Tho magistrates courts begin in tho face, arm and leg cut, shoulder Jolly. In FOR SALE. Patterns Address, county noxt week, and if tho fnrmors aro dislocated ; It, Blacklock, colored, Owonso, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS A good dwelling, good barn, j In lew than ten days delegare to tho F, J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0. Misses Mary Henderson, Annio and Brussels, Ingrains & Hemp, young orchard beartne now, and 8f ietft I not loo busy thoy should bo out. Tho boro, leg mashod ; Mary Morton, colored Hond-ereoNational Convention will bo pouring in- tfaTSold by Druggists, 75c. Owonsboro, ear cut off; Willio Clark, Oina Claycomb and Mr. Wathen Curtain Poles, ground, iituated at watllngly. will ifiil candidates will al mako tho rounds, and Owonsboro, head badly cut; Frank Buck-ne- r, to Chicago, aud the excitement, if poscheap for each. Apply to the undrlgntJ,on of Webster, woro guests of Miss In .Mahogany, Cherry and Akh, BROOKS, of course they will want to havo a hand the promliei or W. K. uarniHi, llardlniburg sible, over the situation, will be hotter colored, leg broken; Henry Webster Victoria Payno Saturday and Sunday Lace Curtains, Sabbath School Gonveation.- jatnei uainuieion, uioverpori. shaking and make thoir little speech. colored, Owonsboro, leg broken ; Amos than it is at JUinnenpolifi. at the present OHAS. KNAVP. Scrims, Window Shades. PHOTO leg broken: ARISTO ARTIST The Meade Couuty School Convention Wo are not In it, but don't know how soon Smodley. colored, Owonsboro, time. Cleveland men, Bois men, Carlisleg and Jim Oomo in and oxamino closely our lines. meet at Guetou, June 34th. Tho wo may be, and expect to bo along to seo ankle Bell, colored, Owensboro, log orok-e- n Many L'crsons le men, and a whole hoeC of the unterri-fi- t will Gti ready for the lirfchHruloe X?mEr- broken : Albert Buderer, OLOVF.IU'OUT, KY. Are broken down from overwork or household knee. from all sections will be there to object of the meeting is to perfect the how tbo tiling is done, Hurrah for tho below the eunUnxStom VonlmlU nml nil tnawUtt (ouro Iron Ulttcrs N, 11. To every 20 lli cuitomer for 1 doi. T Later reports stato that thrOo others rebuild Brown's aid dluetiou. remove ex nings hum or Demo rary, and an work alfover the county. Goodspeakcrs' man that gets thortynml tho devil tako poinlt to Cfarrport, Jpni 10th. the rUra, CLOVERPORT, KY. CablnqU, 18x20 Craven Portmlt. havo died of thpir wounds, tho hindmost. eew of Mle. and cure malaria. Get tho genuine will b iio ont. AH aro invited. jjp" "w i ..- jf 3n,.', T : Ij.Ac T. Local Tlmn Card. Expreu rolna Kait 10.01 a.m. -- 10.44 a.m. Weit Gkx. A. J. Gnoss niter a few weeks J!ia(( " d.dt p.m. " ivesi...... .. v.o p.m. slay at Hot Springs lias returned to 11.19 a.m. Frankfort, much improved in health. " Eait .. ..,.,.....-.-- ii .un ia ..m . nil who after insuring his life for $20,000, drowned himself atNlagra Falls, has come to lifo at Los Angeles. A man OOIXQ Paitenger Dally arr. Ilarillniburg..l2:42 OOIKO p.m. KA8T. Pattengcr Dally arr. Ilardlnitarg.. 7;50 a.m Aro you going down on tho"skureionV" Buy your canned goods from Hardin & Breck-enridg- ptf Wo aro solo agents in this county for tho celebrated Davis Sowing Machine. Wo offer $1,000 reward for you to produce a sowing machiuo of any kind or mako that will do better work", and give inoi o general satisfaction than the Davis. Call and cxamino it. Hardin & Brown. Mr. Stuart DeJcrnclt announces that ho will not bo a candidato for as sherJlYon tho Democratic ticket this year. It is not becauso ho fears ho could not bo successful in the party, but other matters of a business naturo will preclude him from making tho race. Nono of his deputies will likely Btnnd for reelection unless it bo Mr. Ramsey in the Cloverport district. Look what you can find nt tho Mammoth Jowolcry Storo. Clocks, from 75c. to $25 ; watches, from $4 to $75 j vest chains, ladies' and gent's in all styles and prices j charms, guards, necklaces, rist bands and choins, ladies' hair ornaments, breast pins, car drops, collar and sleovo buttons, ladies' or gent's finger rings, nil styles gold pons, staffs and coses gold spectecles, steel, silver, rubber and all other styles ; silver tablo waro; of all styles ; guitars, banjoes, accordions harps, violins, strings, bows, bow hair, (Hicet music, music instructors. Repairing a specialty. A lino of the best findings for sowing machines to bo found in tho county. T. C. Lewis. (1 N'H? LACE CURTAINS. Decorated Window Shades,' CURTAIN POLES. Ssll v' MM "nsmzsmss. GOODS YOU ? '".... Can Bank On! CURTAIN FIXTURES, ANOTHER 'DRAPERY CHAINS, Etc. l.-- l- i- , 8hoes, Hats, and i; Ttf-Vi- t3 - Quality High Clothing. Quality Large Prices Low .ilt size-crayo- Smart & Co., CLOVEKPORT, E& al T e s t'is GOODS GOOD THING OLGVERPOET, KY. ARE IN STORE FOR YOU. . kV tb?i-iiurc- h. h NEW AND FRESH HOT WEATHER Our Slock 15 Ltike & Stream a..i -- -.- SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE y Bowmer & Hambleton's anti-Harris- t JT a KTrr xyoTnTna JLXdLVJUJlO. l.yj Constant Motion Keeps Water n Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. II Alii-anc- well-dresse- Bueck-ENRina- Do You Appreciate the Advantage s ad s, IfflliM & HM! .. Wonderful Growth Cloverport, Ky. BANK HARDINSETJR.G Lots N. (rpQt Dcprlmenl' -- e, itore-houj- n, W. W. Sulzqr's, I -- . Hf? f iQ ,J tyitMmmtir&mMimmq HW tHMI'lll M i It Iotplrel Confidence. Tlictc it nn wnj In the world thuj Jim tan Imitit up confidence In )our liiulnCM enter- )rio mi nwlftls anil mrclas by sulvcftfjlnt; iidlctuuftly. Kcci )uur. nunm hTofe the public. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1892. - Advertiilng Is Hot ft Bide lino. It ilioiild have tho precedence of all oU liiettiom In the mind of the merchant wl nima at tucceti. The truly great mercliM owe thctr aucccsj to judicious advertising. VOL XYI. AfiRTCUIfTJlllil. Condition Of Tho Crops At Tho Closn Of Tho Month Of May, 1 - - i HOW THEY STAND. The individual Opinions of Our Delegation Ten For Cleveland, Others or Undecided. A gainst ALL ABOARD For Tho Stato Teachors' Association Tho Factory Dairying. Wo would not on any nccount discourage nny business .which will add to tho farmers' profit, nnd we nro especially desirous of seeing successful and profltnblo among farmers, for wo believe that in many ways it will bo found MEgg l:om VISITORS TO LOUIS VILL &. GKE&EljaJEESar at Paducah, Ky. first at the The management of our business, we aim HIGHEST Prettiest City in The State. Wheat Is Excellent, Bat Corn Is Late (t.nuiivlllcTliiicn.) And Sufforing From The EfN'enrly all of tho district delegates fects Of Excessive havo expressed their views in regard to Bains- Tobacco And Other Products. Tlio following is the interi-htlnngri-cultu- jiim: lis, 2i) ,m 30, i sue. And second at the LOWEST 1J' in-deav- ors rt'ort iwuiod by Comtnbuiuner of AKrlctillliro McDowell Juno Int. "Thu lotiiiiiisskn n))o!ntt'd by ibo Governor to take charo of the nppropri-atio- n uiutlc by tlio Kentucky General Assembly for the World's Fair exhibit have- netively entered upon tho discharge of their duties. They havo visited ClilcnKo and determined that tho interest of the state shall bo To tho Hon. prominently displayed. John G. Oliinly, one of the Commissioners, and n practical fanner of long experience, has been given entire management of the agricultural and horticultural display, and at his request the Commissioner of Agriculture will witii him in making a display worthy of tho great farming interest of the state. "This department will take pleasure in advising the farmers of the state from time to time as the plans aru perfected. Tho excessive and almost unpreccntcd wet weathei during the month of May has greatly retarded farm work all over the state, and I could very properly say In many other states. In all my reports for this month comes the samo complaint of unfavorable weather. "Wheat The largo mujority of my correspondents report tho finest prosreport pects they ever had; soui too much rain and too much growth, which has caused it to fall. It is making line heads, will bo early for harvest, and If the weather is favorable and escapes the wind and rust, will make a large yield. Tho reports from tho spring wheat region are unfavorable ; crop will bo planted very late. There is nothing that improves tho yield of wheat more than n change of seed. Would be glad to have suggestions from my correspondents as to some now variety 102 per cent. "Corn Corn is tlic crop more to bo relied upon than any other in our state, and is generally all planted ere this: but of my correspondents ut least report not through planting, and many counties not done breaking ground. The weather has been favorable for cutworms, and in some places very destructive. Corn that is planted and up reported in had condition; ground to wet to work, and weeds growing faster than corn. On the 27th the weather changed fair and cooler and prospects for the better. I have sent out from this ofllco this spring a largo lot of select seed corn of two very lino varieties, of which I hope to receive good reports Tho supply of old corn ou hand will be suflicient for homo consumption, but the demand for it has caused higher prices, and it is the opinion that it will not be cheaper until more is raised ill per cent. "Tobacco Iteports. indicates a largo crop; tho weather has been very favorable for setting where tho ground was prepared, but tho large patt of tho crop is Plants reported yet to bo planted. plenty, but in many places arc gutting very largo to set '.17 per cent. "Oats Iteports very conflicting; some localities looking flue, others rusting badly 90 per cent. "Itye Tho crop of rye will bo small, but prospects very flue 70 per cent. "Fruit Tho report of the fruit crop varies from a very largo crop to scarcely any at all; the largo part tho crop thought not to have been killed by the frost has since fallen of. "Peaches In faomo localities will be good crop, but per cent, is small 70 per cent. "Apples Tho crop of lato apples will bo fair 87 per cent. "Itospberries and Strawberries The crop tine. "Clover I don't suppose there over was a bettor crop grown, both this spring sowing and the spring of 1M)1 101 per cent. "Timothy Crop very flno 101 per cent. "Grass All kinds good. "Sorghum Thero will bo about an averago crop of sorghum; not much planted as yet, and can not tell much about it. "Irish Potatoes Tho crop will bo large, nnd from present nppearanres will bo good 90 per cent. "Stock Stock of nil kinds looking well; some hog cholera is reported, but confined to loculitlcs; not general over tho state. Tho worbt report coiiich from Crittenden county, wheru n largo per cent, have died." one-third believe our 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 of wheat and "We Special attention given to promptly. EXCHANGE can fill ORDERS Every day in the week. Respectfully, Wtk MILLING Cleveland. Tlio standing of the gentlemen summarized this way: First District T. E. Moss, of McCrack-eneither for nor agaiiiRt Cleveland, llobert Walker, of Crittenden, was not present. Second District Itcuben Miller and Charles Meachnm undecided. Will make up their minds nfter reaching Chicago. Third District John S. Ithcn is nn W. A. Holm is tho man' same. Fourth District 11. F. Heard Is a conservative Cleveland man. 11. L. I.itsey is undecided. Fifth District W. U. Haldemnn and W. J. Abraham nro for John G. Carlisle. Sixth District Dr. J. O Terrill is for Carlisle. It. F. Hnrrison leans toward Carlisle. Seventh District C. J. Ilrotiston is nn enthusiastic Cleveland supporter. William Lindsay is for Cleveland, but will voto for some other candidate if the is not available. Eighth Dibtrict C. II. Itodes and J. II. Sullivan aro for Cleveland if tho indications at tho time of holding tho convention nro that ho can win. Ninth District Wnllar Sharp and J. II. Northup nro for Cleveland, but nro conservative. Tenth District John P. Salyer is an man. J. M. Piko will decide upon his choice after duo deliberation. Eleventh District O. II. Waddle is for the man who stands tho best chance of being elected. G. A. Dcnhain is against Cleveland's nomination, becauso he docs not think ho can win. Of n, The Kentucky Stato Teachers' Associ ation will meet in its regular nnnual session at the above place and timemen-tionc- d. Tho railroads of the Stato have given ono fare rates for round trip to nil mem' bers. (Tho L. & N., will require membership certificates when tickets aro purchased.) Tho new and elegantly furnished Pnl-mIIouso has been selected as headquarters for the Association, and has reduced rates to $2.00 per day for ono person in a room and $1.50 where two occupy tho samo room. Thero will 1ms amplo room iu this houso for all, but if any prefer n cheaper place, tho rates at tho St. Nicholas will bo $1 and $1.25 per day; at tho Hart House 89c and Dalo IIouso 75c. llesidcs theso chcay rates, tho Entertainment committco will have provided free entertainment in privato families for all who may want it. The meetings will bo held at Morton's opera-housunless tho weather is too warm, nnd In that event, Fountain Park has been secured. This park is just outside tho city limits, and is oh tho lino of tho Electric street raibvny, Bufllcicnt cars of which will ho chnrtcrcd for tho oco casion. HOW AND WHAT TO DO the delegates-at-larg- Mr. Watter-so- n IRVINGTON COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KY. candidate ; Col. John IS. Castlcman is for tho ; lion. James A. McKcnzio is a Cleveland man, and Hon. W. C. Owens is for Cleveland, provided it is shown to his satisfaction at tho time of tho conis tho vention that the strongest man. Taken as a whole, Kentucky's representation will bo guided by expediency nnd not by sentiment. Patent medicines differ Ono has rca-bouablcne&s, another has not. Ono has reputation another has not. Ono has confidence, born of success another has only "hopes." Don't take it for granted that all patent medicines are alike. They aro not. Let the years of uninterrupted success nnd the tens of thousands of cured and happy men and women, place Dr Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription on the side of the comparison to which they belong, nnd thero isn't n stato or territory, no nor hardly a country in tho world, whether Its peoplo realize it or not, but havo men and women in them that'ro happier becauso of their discovery and their eflects. Think of this in health. Think of it In sickness. And then think whether you cau aflbrd to mako tho tiinl if the makers can nflbrd to tnko tho risk to give your money back, as they do, if they do not benefit or euro you. is for a winning The Best Opportunity Ever liotoro tliw I'nblic to ! Save Money Iwlj;hta entire (lien,' Wo hare recently AllMea tcrinincd to do the Luiincai by 4 A tj Lent, trk uf Clothing, Minci. iurcrned ur John V. llatu, I,n- aro uo UNDERSELLING EMrcravtr.rv It and ghe To convince you to nro Join jmi a faint Idea what we are doing, will quote jm n lew (iricci, 98 Cents Tar Men'i fine tboei In Lace X Con-gr- I'Jf w worth $1.50 fine ihoca in Lace and Con-gr- r, worth $1.50 For Ladles' fine thoea In Luce nnd Hut i a worm ion For l.ndlea' fine aboea in SprlngliKel Tip 1 .50 Jluiton, worth For Lmliti' medium weight Cbamoia lin- $1.50 il, Lace and Button, worth For Yuuth'f For Ladiea' drain worth Lace and Button, $t.JI) 75 Cents For Men'a " Huiaeta fine ahoea. " Full Stock Hrofinna. Ladiea' Fine Tin Oxford 1 lea. I Don't full to aee our Ilnrgaln Counter. Contiita of Ladiea' Fine Shoea. ou uent Lnee Cloth , " , . You will Le auriiriaed to aeo what great liar- gain, you ran get. Millies' Fine " " " " Lace Curtains. 75c. 1.25 1.50 ..01 Linen Shailea and Screen, cheaper than over For Lace Curtain., Sold For $1 25 A j .07 .75 " " ' " " " " " " ' " " " " " " " " 1.75 Scrim MInuetto Shade. " 2.00 8J4 .10 "JO Curtain Poles. i wr"dFlxrM ) VK11Y OIIBAP. White LT V 7 flV7' " -- nJ2H " Twenty-fiv- ... K Vnr . l'lnln While flnniii . ...... j " V ' different pitterna nf Kinlrold ery Haiti', cheaper (ban ever aold before. e " .... " " Groods. " " worth . ... " " 20 If 1t '. - Seaaon be Trade baa ejiuae we have the atylea and pricea toxult everyone, tiring your wool and get aome of our great bargalna. L uiotJime:. keen extra good tbla Don't Be In Haste. To break off an old and' tried friendship. Or contract n new nnd doubtful alliance. To give advice without being asked for it. To make lovo to more than one woman at a time. Deliberation is tho great proventivo of misery. To givo up n rcpntahlo business to dabble in politics. To hlnmo your children for following your bad examples. To tnko oart in tho differenco between your neighbors. To rpiurrel with your wife becauso she criticises your faults. To givo up a safe but plodding huasness for a bubble specu'ntion. To accept tho scandalous st6rles you hear concerning other people. To quarrel with your husband becauso ho does not tell jou every thing ho knows. Or with your sweotheart becauso oho treats other gentlemen with courtesy. Or with your lover becauso ho mixes common sense, with his To go into debt becauso the shop-keeers havo confldenco in your honesty. Kentucky Advocate. love-makinp GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. r. ff 1 Tlio I. Ilarpor wliinkoy slioulil bo on every BUioboaru. . ...i.r..t.A.. CIIIIUMI i. i.n..i.i IIII nii.n t ttr n nillBlklJ.IIU 1. IffllUIJHil f . i clicHt. In nvurv Tllo I. W. Harbor wliiskcy elioulil bo ' In ovory club. 1 Tlio I. W. llrj)er wjibkey should bo t t on ovory unr. ; And all of this becauso it In tho princo f of whiskies. Tho Ideal Kentucky .articlo. Sold by it - i P. M. POPHAM, clov mi POUT, KV. For u weak and tired feeling, loss of appetite nnd general debility, Lightning Wood F.lixir is tho best tonic. It is entirely vegetable, contains no mercury or A pain In tho side or back nnd spots other mineral poisons, Mrs. N. K. Allen on tho faco indicate kidnov and liver dis- White" Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning order. Mr. Geo, P. ICckes, IOrentz, W. Wood F.lixir is certainly tho truo elixir Va., says : "I had kidney trouble for of life. I have used it, nnd it has cured over two years. Havo tried difl'ercnt mo of ninny years' suffering. I can rekinds of kidney medicine, but got uo re- commend Lightning ISIood Elixir as a lief. I was not able to rldo horseback, Indy'H friend." and scarcely ablo to attend to my busl-nesChas. O. Mooro, editor of tho Blue-gras- s I oommenced using Lightning Wade, has served out his sentenco Kidney and I.Ivor Ilemcdy, nnd before I had used one bottle I began to improve. of sixty days for libeling somo of tho I havo taken four or five bottles and am members of tho Christian Church at Paris and been discharged. almost cured." For snlo by nil dealers. s. When you reach tho city you will bo THIRD met at tho depot or wharf bv members of tho Reception committee who will tnko you ot once to tho Secretary, whoso headquarters will bo at Supt. MclSroom's office, corner of Fifth and Court streets; thero enroll and get a membership badge, which will cntitlo vou to freo ritlpn on the street cars, freo entertainment if you wish it, nnd reduced rates at tho hotels. Membership feo is $1. Remember tho ity will bo full of people, so no MANUFACTURERS OF reductions or favors can bo shown nnv without tho proper badge. Tho exhibit work, which will bo nutun in tho liich school building, will bo important feature of tho meeting nhrT mY nf man repay any ono a trip across tho stato to seo it. The leading schools of Kenfibril.! tucky and some from other states will havo work on exhibition. Como nnd seo it. vou cannot nflbrd In mibs it. Get ideas from tho leading edu cators of the state, then go homo nnd tench a better school next year. Local Committee. Such littlo complaints ns heartburn, headache, tootachc, sour stomach, etc., are not often fatal, but very annoying. All such troubles nro quickly cured by Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A. C. Rayner Shops, W. Vn., says : "I havo been af flicted with heartburn and sour stomach for four years. Found no relief until I used Lightning Hot Drops. I can honWe havo written tho above becauso estly say thnt Lightning Hot Drops has wo know of many factories which havo Keep constantly on hand cured mo entirely." AH dealers sell it. brought only loss, disappointment and n largo slock of 25 and 50c. bottle? discouragement to thoso who took stock in them, and in ninny cases a littlo A Word To The Grand Jury. knowledge of the difficulties to bo met. Tho Grand Jury is making an effort to and tho excrc'so of sober judgjnont securo the Indictment of various road would have prevented tho blunder. overseers in this county for permitting Homo and Farm. tho roads to become as they have in most of tho county impassable for tho most Itisn fixed nnd immutnblo law that of tho year. This is a well meant but to havo good, sound health ono must misdirected effort at reform. It is worse havo pure, rich and abundant blood. thnn useless to attempt to punish tho Thero is no shorter nor surer routcthnn overseers of roads, for a condition of by a course of Do AVltt's Snrsaparilla. things for which they nro no more res- Sold by Short it Haynes, Cloverportt and ponsible than tho other men of tho com- Heard & Recler, Hardinsburg. munity. Another Main Difference. 'Overseers," havo thrust CLOVEBPORT, KY. e "One oftlic mnin dliTcrcnce, between a upon them n thankless nnd often difficult and n Protective nrllT," saj( the Mny-lll- e job. They nro fighting ngainst an irrePublic Ledger, "ii that the- - former Is sistible sentiment in the minds of their palil mainly by the poor, while the latter, "hands" against being lugged out nnd when it l not fulil by the foreigner, fall on the rich and well to do." forced to work on tho public highway. They havo no pollco power to Inforco Another main difference is that under obedionco to their commands, nnd in tho McKinloy bill chnmpagno, which Is most instances nro powerless to overcome the oxclusivo bovorago of tho poor, is tho evils for which it is proposed to pun- tariff taxed nt eight cents n quart, while ish them. Such circumstances will be, potatoes, the mnin prop of the Carnegies 2 nnd ought to be, enough in tho minds of nnd Vnndorbilts nnd tho Asfors, nro tarany jury to ncquit theso men if Indicted. iff taxed twentyflvo cents n bushel. If tho Grand Jury will join with tho Hut If It is Freo Trade, how can tho other good citizens of the county in n duty bo paid mainly by tho poor, or domnnd upon our Representative that mainly by nny ono class of consumer, ho secure for us a better systom of rich or poor ? And under tho McKinloy It will rondor a public service bill doesn't tho poor man pay his tariff which will far copts a bushel on his w anything it tax of twonty-fiv- o may accomplish by indicting ovcrseors. potatos as well as Mr, Carnegio ? How Hnrtford Herald. thon can tho tax fall exclusively on tho 8 Wo havo found rto remedy, for malaria, rich and well to do ? And when Is tho When the so reliable and safe ns Ayer's Ague Cure. tax paid by tho foreignor? according to directions it novcr Canadian farmor or nny other foreign Taken potato merchant brings his wares to tho falls. custom houso isn't tho sum of twonty-fiv- o Will bo sent to any nddrcss cents exacted from him by tho Judge Waxem's Political Proverbs. from now until January 1st, "When a man's morrel record is so bad Collector of the Port; and doesn't tho 189:1, for twenty-flv- o cents. Campaign year Is now nt that it keeps him out of polliticks it ush-ul- y farmer after paying it add it to tho prlco of his potatoes and get It back from the hand ; you must keep posted kcops him in tho ponitonshnry, Ef it waz as czy to git nn npproprias-hu- n American- consumer? Kentucky Journnd tho way to do so is to from Congress ns it is to git aw'ay nal. read THE COMMEKOIAL-t- ho only truo exponent of with it when It is got tho country would bo happy. protection nnd sound curlit rency in tho South. When a politishan wants to kno whos Children Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. j ngin him, ho says ho wants to bo Presi-- ; SEND FOB' A SAMPLE COPY.:- -' dent. is ns thick in olliticks as Enemies When Baby was alclc, we cvo her Catc-rla- . And examine it carefully straws around athrashln' mnsheen. When the u a Child, the cried for Castorla, fa you will bo euro to subscribe, Snyln' ono thing nnd mcnnln' n half When (ho becamo Miss, the clung to Castorla, Auurcss an letters ami make dozen Is a shore sino of statesmanship. n all checks and When iho bad Children, she gave them CaaterU. e Elcctin' a candidate1 makes a changed prdurs payable to man ov him, Cold witter Is njlulushin and a snnlr as Do you MYinf to jwj a vUit to our growing LOUISVILLE.fBESS CO,, n'campano dockuinont. litUe city t If bo, get ready for tfa Jhtelew The ginuiiiQ Amcrikin cage! wares r'lihjeJfi'H' Rtcumon train ViVy, 'June LOUISVILLE, KY. , homo irpiHi pants. Freo Press, 03M!M3'-fOaOWit, t practicable. Experience In factory dairying, whether or otherwise, shows that n word of caution Is necessary, or tho farmers may In many localities bo led to embark in an enterprise without nny consideration. Thero nro successful nnd profitable factories, and wo nro glad to see thorn multiplied, but wo wish farmers to go into to business intelligently, or not nt all, and we will now point out somo causes of failure, and call attention to thljtgo which should ba clearly understood before any stock'is taken or company organized. One cause of failure, and possibly tho principal one, is want of sufficient patronage. If tho factory has n capacity of working the milk of four hundred cows, nnd bo run at a good profit with this number, it will bo nlmost certain to bo run nt n loss, if it gets tho milk of but two hundred cows, for tho interest on thu investment will be tho same in both cases, nnd tho running expenses about tho same. One of the first steps then, should be to ascertain how many cows' milk will be pledged within n reasonable distance. Somo other things must bo considered, as for instance, do tho fanners underIn many localistand the care of cows. ties the cows roam over the farm summer nnd winter, nro fed in a fenco corner and milked in tho barnyard, nnd wo think a factory will never succeed in n neighborhood where such practices prevail. Second Aro rhc roads leading to the factory such thnt the farmers can take tho milk over them nt nil seasons of tho year? Wo visited n factory in Van Wert county, Ohio, tho past February, located In a town without a singlo turn-pik- o entering it, and tho mud was almost unfathomable, a ton of milk would have over loaded four horses, and tho fanners were only bringing milk threo days in a week. Such a location must result in a failure. Third Farmers should tako into consideration tho fact that, if tho separator plan is adopted, which is now tho popular and probably the best system, they ' ' v Micir calves or . ,U I. ,"111.1 , ' r! togivt. v. ,,(1 (1 ..., l. nnu wneiuer it win do possiuic- w lish and maintain n profltnblo dairy by tho purchnso of cows. Fourth Do not forget that timo otherwise valuable, especially during crop time nnd harvest, will bo consumed in tho daily trips to tho factory, nnd if you aro some miles from ,tho factory, as many of tho patrons must be, unless quite a herd of cows is kept, all tho profits will bo lost by tho time consumed in taking tho milk to tho factory, or If you get up curly enough to milk and carry the milk to tho factory and still do a day's work, both nion nnd t ams will bo . oover-worke- d. Who want to buy clothes should noto tho fact nnd keep it in roe that on Juno 14, nnd thorcaftor until Feb. 1803 1 WmS LOUISVILLE'S Clothing Hous k wilt--, thu irotnsx) -:- - Temporary Quarter jn Between Third nnd Fourth, north Bide, half a square bolow the old corner, Third and Market. During tho roraainder of tho "Great-MovinSlaughter Sale," wo nro breaking tho record for low prices. Whilo In temporary quarters wo shall conduct n continuous series of Slaughter Sales in order to keep stock going out as fast as it comes In, which wo must do. To bo LIQIJ ill THE NEW LEVY'S built on tho old sito Third & Market, LOUISVILLE. --- HARRY BUENTHER 401-4- 07 & Mi n3 V .., East Main St., IKTST. - STREET WEIfcTSIBOIEBO, From I Ensra iifcTES: to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL -- v; , miu. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINI MiQgt 3&5ti3 m a Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cane Mills .and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. ,r)feh .rveep in otocK jncw ana secona - nana Macmnery, yy Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Jielting, Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, , Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, y ium mi jiiuua ui xuiii iuiu .luiiuuiuu uupjniuo. S PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. Corrcspondonco solicited. GIYH TJS .A. OALL. . U-- MICHAEL HAMMAN, xJrfiIiPSlllar and Reliable i ltoa.is.Qg FURNITURE fJEALE MACHINES p Is always on hand with a full stock, including SEWING IE Oofflns, Burial Caskets, FRAMES, TRIMMINGS, ETC, J Third Street Planing Mill, Always call on him and ascortain- prices before purchasing olscwhoro. JJeJ means just what ho says. Ho cannc bo undorsold. M HA TVTTUT A NT W .JBHMi'ii' If jjjjjy OLOVERPOItT,KY. DANIEL J. C. nOUKNE, J. 3i. HARPER, BROODS Freo-tr.ut- BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stoc CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS, LOUISVILLE, KY,.. 35S' 25e Capital, $7C0,000. road-workin- g, The Tradesmens National Ban OP THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 291 BROADYAY. Organhed ai a Stat Bank 1823Under National Act 1885. -- !f3!-SS'&0-S3'- S out-weig- h, The "Weekly Lo ti i svill e ' . --, GoniiTierci al Juki E, Ennniii, tiii'l, Lt;m C, Haiiiji Viti-Pm- 't, Clint ACCOUNTS f, Beny, CuUn COmtESPONDENCE INVITED. INVITED. S Louisville Institute, FOR THE - OF THE I LIQUOR HABIT 1008 yirrt St., Bet. Jacob & College.ttilj Louisville, Ky. u The company conlU of Tko. L. lUmlt, J. M. 'Ath.rtorfJ.ku'H. Le.thor., 0,U. Moon, U.,)r'oMi hw"& I:ouU "? JuUb? WrW"iJ"r h Taiity, C. P. Moormna, Clinton DR. SflMUBL ft. GflRVINAWfikoER. ' Tottt-offlc- l Picnic Bills - m. PRINTED AT THIS 'M v..... . ..J - --.. . " v. v .mmiiii, '.i - ' ,- '" .-.- - -- . r1"" - :r. """"" .ii i f "--- "' r ' - rrT"'" ""' """TWiir- "- "err-m- 'S m F? o :f :ep i a el D.ECKENRIDGE NEWS. 'BDKESDAY, JUNES, 1802. IHOUT STORIES, d By 'Live Kentucky r.hnnnnn. . Ex turrenoes of a Week. Crowded into Siriall Space As They Have A p- - pearearrom ALL OVER THE STATE. v Fh11 Celebration echomo nt Louis i been abandoned. Mdloelwrough was visited by an clec- r'stonn that dfd considerable damage. he'wlieat cr6n in Christian .county been greatly injured by rain and t storms. FjToln JV. Fisdalo, tho oldest turfman i America, died at Crab Orchard Springs, JWed &T years. t'Fred Kurtz, a blacksmith, 30, was overcome by heat and died al most Instantly. Frc'd Tinkler, of Newport, was kicked an tho nosa by n gun ho had firqd, and bis noso was broken. . $50,000 has been subscribed at Bo wi ping Green for tho establishment of a plow and wagon factory. IKsHeck AVillis, colored, paid tho usual rape, penalty in Kentucky uy being jltang by a mob at Carapbellsville. Ayer'a Saraaparilla requires smaller loses, and is more cfiectivo. than other ! blood medicines. Si , f W n A.v,1,. T i, .m NyAmberg'a Sons, of Hickman, committed .suicide by shooting himself with a revol- r ver. r if h Allen Xunsford, an old citizen of Jack- , married a young and beautiful wile. improved" uufaithful and ho committed n'cido by cutting his throat. F0bo Hall's Vegetablo Sicilian Hair Re- lower anu your linn gray iockb win blckon up and bo restored to their utlilul color, vigor, and beauty. Mr. John Brent, cashier of tho Citi zens' National Bank, of Paris, Ky., and a . mutaruiuiiiuin, upngiu anu respecwuiu citizen, died of paralysis, aged flfty-fiv- o years. Hammer," a negro desperado uu uiuuiH-uiuanuu juuruureu xurutu lor iji Xaural county last February, ; finm arretid last weok and lodged in jail f Otfy) , fktSopf.kskt- - 'John ttoys, a prominent stock trader, was stabbed in a iind tiger" on Whito Oak Creek in iat eoTinty. Ho lived several days, but lly died. John Gibson was hunting squirrels in Hendeison county, and whilo reloading i gun it was accidently discharged, so njuring his left hand that amputation fas necessary. (.Morgan county, llnsbiuv. qulro T. Willis, one Tjf tho leading Republicans of "Woodford county, was srickon with paralysis at his homo, near Versailles, ono day last week and died Lho samo night. J Of a, church picnic given at Silver rove near Newport tho Kentucky Jour nal says : "It was a very disgraceful af fair. Fighte wore very numerous, bo- ides a lot of !Nowport-toujjh- s were nice- yrimndled by Deputy Sheriff. Louis Betts." . . 'fc jjMU8ers, .harry ltisers, iiarly RISC' v.5araous little nills for const ina- n. headache. clvfinomiji nnd nor- :ofisiKsa. For salo by Short & Haynes, Overport, and Beard & Beeler. liar- T . ric Jfi -- rtg blood is thick and sluggish ; if your ap-tito is capricious and uncertain, you eed a Saraaparilla. For best results ,ko Do IVitt's. Sold by Short & Hay- Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler insburg.. insloy, Cockran & Co., foundryraen machinists, of Louisville, have made 'assignment. Their liabilities aro d at 120,000 while their assets aro ,000. This was one of tho oldest rrns jn Louisvillo, having been estab- neu in ibou. "Bdnjamin Risnoy, a retail liquor deal- of ilagoflln county, struck II. S. Do- collector J. F. Totric over the head a pistol, while the latter was mak- an examination of his warehouse. ', was arrested and lodged in jail at rsville. truly bellovo Do AVitt's Littio Risers to be tho most natural, effective, most prompt and econo- 1 pill for biliousness, indigestion and tivo liver. For salo by Short & Hay-i, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, rdinsburg. Frank Wiseing an employe of the N. . &'M. V. railroad foil off a scaffold at ow depot in Faducah, and as he his head struck some sharp edged ruraont which loro tho scalp from cntiro top of his head as completely if an Indian had dono it. Ho will il uun, spiritless and stupid ; if your Elm Iluey, tho negro desperado who ally murdered James Ewalt. of bono cinMty, nt whoso homo ho was a guest, at the timo, waa arrested on tho fetearaorUig Sandy near Rising Sun, Ind. QHuey did not denoy the killing, but boasted of it. and dkwlayed tlvo knife . -t- il. ...1.1-- 1. J.I.... nun lruwii jib imubwi j'vvnw, suier shooting him. . Will wd N. H. Marooiftky t two uaihiBQ mmwwowmt oat on lug expdW9D, Md white fat Ky., inrolted a. ntuatwr of indie. fthe street. - A cominittov of the 1mm Itizens of the place waited on th' gen- fllemen (?) and the spokesman add: " l on havo been indicted, tried and coa- yicted by fathers and brothers. The ver dict is that you leave town Immediately." .They showed a little apirit of ao they, wen thrown into a dray, and amid a shower of egga, driven . to tits fiver and sent to the Virginia aide. rbiiatou)J waa playing "Oood- -.- t Hm Tho two Now York delegations aro both agreed on ono thing, nnd that is to support tho nominee of tho party. If these gentlemen will all givo a good and firm guarantee to mako this promise good in November, tho Democrats in tho other states will condono many of the shortcomings of their brethren in tho Empire Stato. After all, tho Domocrats in, New York aro not so very far apart, Thoy are tolerably practical in their politics up there, and tho prospect of eating tho Federal loaves and fishes may prove a great incentive not only to harmony, bnt activity in tho coming struggle. Tho split is not so wide hut that official pap may heal it, and the Syracuse convention did nothing which will render reconciliation impossible. The way things aro going Mr. Cleveland will bo nomiBright peoplo aro tho quickest to re- nated before New York is reached, and cognize a good thing and buy it. Wo tho convention maysparo itsell all squabsell lots of bright people tho Littio Early bling byigiving the great tariff reformer Risers. If you aro not bright these pills a nomination by acclamation In these will make you so. Sold by Short & Hay- days acclamations aro not always unanines, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, mous, but they answer all practical purHardinsburg. poses just tho same. Louisvillo Post. The following patents were issued for Cunningham Wight. Kentucky inventors : Albert T. Bonnie, Louisvillo, system of pipes for heating Mr. C. D. Cunningham and Miss Nora lumber kilns; George S. Burr nnd J. W. Wight wero joined in the holy bonds of at the Catholic church in Cummings, laud roller attachment f matrimony Sunday, 22, 1892, Rev. Greeley on Father Donald McDonald, Louisville, propor- Hayes officiating. tional fluid meter; Chas. S. Snend, asMr. Cunningham is a popular young signor to Snend & Co.t Iron Works, business man of Greeley, and tho brido of 0. B. Wight. After Louisville, sand molding machine ; "Rus- the daughter aMr. marriage feast was had the ceremony sell II. Snivoly, Louisville, switch for at tho Van Buskirk. hotel, of which a street railways; Frederick Vohriiiger, number of the friends of tho brido nnd Louisvillo, manufacturing shoot metal groom partook. During tho afternoon tho couplo was serenadeo by tho Greeley articles. Independent Iband, of which Mr. CunThe happy pair "April showers make May flowers.' ningham is a member. and wet feet mako bad colds, but Light- received many wedding presents from Tho Herald ning Cough Drops will euro any cough, their friends and admires. hopes that tiio matrimonial journey of hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, so auspiciousZenla, W. Va., says : "Lightning Cough ly began, may continuo most happy to Drops is something wonderful. I do not the end. Greeley Herald, Nebraska. o This happy couplo are natives of think there is any medicine in tho world county, and tho BnECKK.vmixiE that will glvo better satisfaction. Will do all claimed for it." All dealers sell News joins with many relatives nnd it, frionds here in sending congratulations. Rodgers & Fottlnger, jowelers at tho How long They Live. corner of Fourth and Market streets, Following is a list that should bo preLouisville, havo been robbed of diamonds to tho amount of $5,000. There is no served in tho scrap book. It tells you cluo to the perpetrators nnd successful the number of years certain animals, workers of the scheme. Tho diamonds birds, fishes and dudes live under : were kept in a false bottom of a show 100 years and upwards; Elephants live case and could only bo reached by going around behind tho counter and letting rhinoceros, 20; camel, 100; lion, 25 to 70; down tho caso door. This was dono by tigers, leopards, jaguars and hyenas, in somo ono between tho hours of 1 and 0 confinement, about 15; beaver, 50; deer, o'clock p, m, That this was done in a 20; wolf, 20; fox, 14 to 10; lamas, 15; chasmall room and in tho presonco of eight mois, 25; monkeys nnd baboons, 10 to 18; salesmen without their seeing it, goes to hare, 8; squirrel, 7; swine, 23; stag, under prove that it was effected by tho skillful 50; horse, 30; ass 30; dudes not to maturihand of an expert. Tho precious stones ty; sheep, under 10; cow, 20; ox, 20; wdro not missed until after six o'clock Bwnns, parrots and ravens, 200; eagle, 100; geeso lions nnd pigeons, 10 to 10; when thoy wero to be deposited in tho hawks, 30 80; 40; crane, 24; blackbird, 10 to Vault. to 12; peacock, 20; pelican, 40 to 50; thrush, 8 to 10; wren, 2 to 3; nightingale, 15; blackcap, 15; linnot, 14 to 23; goldWe'll Hang 'Em When They Hape finch, 20 to 24; starling, 10 to 12: redOur Wives And Daughters. breast, 1Q to 12; skylark, 10 to 20; titlark; The meeting of negroes In this city 5 to 0; chaffinch, 20 to 24; carp, 70 to 150; 30 to 40; salmon, 10; codfish, 14 to yesterday to discuss ho subject of lynch- pike, 10; crocodile, 100; tortoise, 100 to 17; eel. ing colored men, brought out a great 200; whale, estimated, 1,000 years; queen deal of comment from thoso present, bees livo 4 years; drones, 4 months; somo of it just, senslhlo and temperate, working bees, G months. a great deal of it Vaguo and fanatical. The remedy is extremely simplo. Jt lies wi(h each individual of tho colored race. The better afwof eelered people afford, to updo not want, and can hold Hie vicious, brutal criminal members of their race. Xet each negro behave hluieelf and avoid the offenses which bring punishment swift wtd sure. cool, Ianooafit negro are not mobbed in the tkmth any moraf than' in die North and whenever the cme crime is committed tit the latter seetibn whioh is common In the former, the same ate overtakes the prisoner. Abstractions do aot meet tjie subject t all. It is a perfectly pln, Which practical problem. If a negro would avoid hanging, let him avoid this particthin, gjrayi ularly odious crime. Hie life, his liberty and his happiness are in no danger till he puts them in jeopardy himself. Lowell, uisviile Turn. Breck-enridg- At Drennon Springs, Henry county, Warren Hudson nnd Geo. Ilellman had a shooting scrape, caused by Bomo remark that Heilman mado about a girl that Hudson was Jn company with. Hudson was killed outright, nnd Heilman wounded three times but not dangerously. Hudson wasasiuglc man, nnd Heilman is married. "Late to bed and early to rise will shorten tho road to your homo in tho skies," But early to bed and a "Littio Early Riser," tho pill that makes life loneer and better nnd wisor. Sold by Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. of tho Hon. Wm. Birkelo, Legislature and a member of the last Constitutional Convention, committed suicide at his homo in Garrard county by cutting his throat with araror. Ho had been in bad health for a long time, nnd being a very energetic man, tho inability to attend to his business affairs so prayed upon his mind that at last his tired brain sought repose in death. It is a truth in medicino that the smallest dose that performs tho euro is the best. Do Witt's Little Early Risers are tho smallest pills, will perform tho euro and are tho best. For sale by Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. Thurman Huflmau attempted to shoot Bill Britton during church Bervicoat Britton grabbed tho reCornishville. volver and the shot went wild. A scufllo ensued in which Kirk Huffraana brother of Thurman Huffman, cut Britton in the back with a knife, nnd Sylvester Huffman, another brother, was cut in tho arm by sorao one. A panic reigned in tho church, but tho disturbers were finally hustled out and placed under arrest. Mrs. L. R. Fatton, Rockford, 111., "From personal experience I writes: can recommend Do Witt's Sareaparilla, a cure for impuro blood and general debility." Sold by Short & Haynes, Clov-por- t, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. Tip Dopkins, of Wayno county, courted the daughter of Moses Lewis. Lewis objected to his visits and forbade his coming to the house. This enraged Dopkins and ho procured a box of rat poison which ho emptied into Lewis' wator bucket. Tho whole family was poisened but all got well. A few days ago Dopkins met Lewis nnd opened fire upon him with n revolver breaking his arm. Dopkins was arrested and is now in jail. G. E. Proctor, a prominent citizen of Oldham county has been given a sentence of sixteen years in tho penitentiary by the Louisville Circuit Court. His crime was this ; On tho 22d day of Jast January Proctor secured littio Laura Belle McDaniel from tho Methodist Orphans' Asylum, ostensibly to adopt her. He took tho child to a hotel and spent tho night, and it is whilo there that ho is said to have committed tho assault for which ho was found guilty. THE WORLD'S FAIR. The Board of Managers of Kentucky Invite Suggestions From the Public - Country-Roa- d Reform. Mr-Cle- m ' ILouhvllIc I'ott.) The Board of Managers for Kentucky of tho World's Columbian Exposition havo issued a circular stating that they aro now fully organized and will bo glad to receive such applications, suggustions or other information from tho people of tho Stato as will facilitate and advance tho desire of tho board to encourage tho preparation of the best exhibits poesiblo of the resources and condition of Kentucky in nil tho departments of tho Exposition. Instructions to prospective aro given and n great deal of oth6r valuable information of a general nature. It is the desire of the Board to decorate the building in a manner that wilt illustrate tho social life of the State, its history, achievements In fino nrt and decoration. Donations or loans of all articles that can be cffccUvely used, for this purpose will bo glndly received and acknowledged. All articles will bo carefully kept, and at tho close of tho Exposition will bo returned to tho lenders, or, if donations, turned over to tho Stato for preservation. Tho great bulk of tho sum appropriated for tho uso of tho board will bo applied to preparing.the best displays of tho general resources of Kentucky. Tho practical presentation of these will bo calculated to attract good immigration, to invito and stimulato investment and make tho future of Kentucky more promising. The Board of Managers invite correspondence nnd suggestions from all who havo an interest in tho work to bo dono. Alb suggestions that aro desired to be confidential will be so considered. In tho prosecution of their duties tho members of tho board say thoy will attempt to carry out tho wishes of the public so v.itally interested in tho results of tho Exposition. pos-sib- lo They'll Support The Nominee. In a letter to the Chicago Nowh, Studebaker writes as follows of country a mibject of Interest 'just now : It is not dllllcult to convinco pcoplu of tho nllurlng advantages of good roads. It Is a task, however, to make tho farino feel that tho indirect benefits of a good road aro sufficient to compensate him for tho outlay of $500 or $1,000 or moro to meet his nRscftsments for a macadam road along tho quarter of half lnllo of his frontage on this highway. Ho sees that this highway is open to all tho world and that all tho world uses it, and he feels that tho principal burden of construction should not be laid upon him. Very likely ho stnnds in his own light often-tlmc- s exjHJiiBivo improvements upon his roadway, but quite likely furthermore, ho is having a d struggle with adversity as it is, and the prospect of a further burden appalls him. I 'confess that I feci sympathy for him and seo justice in his demand that the stato or nation should assist in the construction of roadways. Tho benefit) of tho country road aro by no means confined to the dwellers in tho country. You may tell tho farmer that good roads will add 60 per cent, to tho valuo of his acres. Ho will reply that bo long as ho has no desiro to Hell this may affect him unfavorably rather than other wise, especially with tho tax collector. If you show him that good roads enable him to draw larger loads to market and to enjoy privileges from which he would other-wis-o be debarred, ho will show you that Micro aro two parties interested in every such case, and that It is as much to the advantage of tho merchant, tho marketman, tho railroads as much to tho advantage of tho city, in short, as to tho country to havo good country roads. Cut off communication with the country and tho town languishes even more disastrously than tho interior. Tills brings mo to tho lending point : Who shall build tho country roads? I do not mean to weary you with a repetition of my argument on this score. I bellovo that tho theory advanced is considbuilding should ered, that country-roa- d bo under tho supervision of tho army, that a given per cent, of the cost should bo paid out of tho National Treasury, and that a portion, nt least, of tho labor required should ho recruited from tho ranks of tho unemployed or tho idle the moro these propositions nre studied tho more reasonable and forcible will they appear. There is a crying need for better country roads. Tliero is an arfny of unemployed men wanting bread. Give us tho roads, givo them tho work. You will accomplish two results, both d and beneficial in their nature. road-makinhand-to-hanwide-sprea- Tho Kcclcy Institute For Kentucky At Crab Orchard Springs. Due of tho mobt Important enterprises cf tho present lo".ailo It tho location hi this State of n Keeley Institute for tho cure of uiunkenni'ss anil the morplilno nutl opium hahlt. ' Tho LouIhvIHo COUlUElt-JOURNAhi a Iciullns editorial, tlui refers to tho Institute: BELMONT 64. trl.l , Sire of Fred Arthur (p) 1!:1R'. Nutwood 2:18U, Weduewnod 2:1!', Viking- - 2:IH. and 34 others In 2:30; 37 sons hare 197 In 2:SiO; 30 daughters have 37 in 2:801 total descendants in 2:30 ll.t, 415. The greatest son of Abdsllah 15, who, all things considered, was the greatest son ot llambletonian 10. 2:1!M. t ABPilT.AH 10,212; by IlamMrtonlsn 19 ritt or itoiasmitn .Mum y:h (dSm ol btran. ger, sire of tl in 2 SO) and five others in 2:!W; Alinont, sire ( M in 2:30 and 434 descend' ants in X'SO; itelmont, sire f S8 in 2:81 and 415 descendants in 2:30; alt things conoid ered, the greatest son cf ll.mbUtonlxn IS. in' 2:30 BELLE, by Mambilno Chief II Dam of Belmont. 415 descendants K1HO REHB " 1 ho cstnhllbhmcut of u brunch ol Dr. Leslie 1: KeeleyV great institution at Dwlght, 111., at the famous Crab Orchard Spring, In Kentucky, in an event tlut law attracted general attentltn. "Ihoro Is no phco in tho United Stntr-- the ojual of Cruh Orchard Springs lor Mich un institution, its high and heaitfiy location, Lcautiful burroundlngs, lug epsom, end Its puto aud heaUli-ultulphur uud chalybeate wutci-- giving it s to 2:30; sire of the dams of Advance 2:24, King- Kussell 2:26, and of the sires of Utile Archer 2:13, and I more belter than 2:30. I'finre EdwarJ Sire of Fugue 2MWi, U78. rfennl 2:20, 15 more from 2 20M J:.W4 Keclcr 2:26, aire of 11 sire of Vtotftr Merimea 2:24: grand am of Mayenne, dam of Cres cendo 2:14U; fancoast 3:2m, sirs of Pa. iron 2:I4U, Prodigal 2:17K1 Patronage, sire of Allx (3) tWS, best on record except Eunol. McCurdr's iismblelonUn In 2:80; ilssiacus, J . The Kci'Ioy Institute at Cruh Orchard Springs i now In successful operaiion, undor the dlreotioti of sleliled physlcUuu Font by Dr. Kooh'.V Ironi Uwlght. Tlio cplum mid Ihiuor trciitineiit is no long-- . on experiment, 'flint Ur. Ko I y cur.s thcvo diieuwh is absolutely certain, and lie is now rt'cujmlM'U ub a benefactor to tho human race. lll. brunch Institute at Crab Orchat'l will be a credit to him. 'a It ti'iulonlotit and facilities for tho uculiiiciit of aullercrd fioin opium, mornot lo plilno and liijuor Jn another lsuio tho same paper has uubualed a.lvnnt..ycs. Z m CL o Q q: i j. M.ANDINA...... Dam of Swlgert, sire of Moody 2:18m, and SO more in list; Akdallah Pilot, sir of I'icard 2:18U. and of Messenger Chief with 12 In the list: King IUn. sire of 18; Solicitor, sire of J; Iledwood 7. with I; Kicnis, with 2. KAMBKIKO CRIEr 11 Srreof Lady Thorn 2:1SU, and eight mere In the 111 : also the'eire of the dams of Di rector 2:17, Piedmont 2:)7U, and 17 more la 2:Mor better. DICTATOR IIS -Jirother to Deiter 2:17U, snd sire of , V) CARITA Dam of 7 full brothers and sisters to Splendor, All sold ss yearlings and 2. ycar-el- ds at from 11.000 to $2,000 each. Two or more are certain to go In the list this season. Cordora trotted last year Io 2:82. - worst eaHO of drunltonneas can Iw cured short time, wo publish Dr. Keeley s In caid In full: TO THE PUBLIC. The orgauliillon of "Tho Keeley Institute,'' lentl ai Crab Urrh'nil, Ky., Is tin outgrowth of my twelve jcais' business la DwTcht, III., und Is established especially tor tho treatment and euro ol tho Opium, Liquor nnd Tobacco Hnblts, through the of t!e Douexclusive uso of r y pivpai-dioble Chlcrldo of Jold llcmulici, nnd us s.'Jcli his my Indorsement. . ox Jt hai been oslallUlicd ni a insult Inbj the, purtles caioful InvcstlRaUon, terested, as to the moilt of tho Double Chloride of Gold ItemeVlci. and the of the ventlcmcn and nmnostnt-to 'bo connected with lho 'Institute. pu lintc Tho HiyslelaiiB In Cliaige ot the hot 5Icdltl OU gas In tiio lalTd, and aro esioclally slilKcd, by long piao-tlcIn tho trcal'iici.l of diseases of tho nervous system, to vlilch bus been ad led the knowledge tint -- oines of h speclil course of tuition iniCoi my ffcrson.il observation at Pwlght, III. Tho miblncss Manngonent of the Institute la In charge of gentlemen of high char acter and buslnost nblllty, who will devote their personal attention to I Ms special department. With tho assiimnro Ibat the entire management wll! combine In all their work, physician, with the skill ii tho of Ihc humanitho ever stoid'iBt, p'irpo-tarian In aiding the unfortunate habitues of Liquor and Opium to lmd ro'lef from the terrible atllctlons, lho Kcelcv Institute, ol Crab Orchard, Is commended to my numerous friends In Kentucky and a discerning public, LESLIE E. KEFXEY. M D., LL. D. Dwlght, III., Jlay 5, 1802. The Indications are that tho Crab Orchard Springs; Institute will soon become more popular and important than oven tho following: Ur. Keoley nnd the New Crab Orohnrd Institute. Losllo E. Keeley, who, by Dr. hb wonderful discovery of the Gold Curo jr drunkenness, hu.-- done tho world service not equaled In this generation, lias written a curd to tho public, in wliwh he plves a. very strong and lmloiMUieiit to tho Institute for Keulucky, recently established tit lho fumom Cruh Orcliard Springs. As it Is a ruutirr of irein'iul public concern and ImiortuuLO tluit tho people should bo that tliero I a' place in Kentucky where it hi absolutely certain that tho tl f surpa-jseil.'- 2:12ti, Guide Daphne 2:1, and asms oi Nancy Hanks 2:0. Lockheart Northwest (p) 2;17ts, Urown (4) 2:184, Keller Thomas 2:1111, and 15 oiners in x:iu. dictator is also grand sire of Direct (p) 2:06, Margaret S. M) 2:1(51. 2:10. 1'hslls. 3:lSi, Mln- nle Casseli (n 1:1RU. Tr. lineaior (n) 2:18, SO others in 2:20; and flrrftrr1'7 .. BDKCK MASS, by Parker's Ttrown PlIoL Dam of Rosalind 2:214, Donald 2:27, and ef Blandlaa, dam of King Ren and Swlgert snd 4 other aires ol 2:30 and better, trotters. nAKBLSTOHIAW Eire of Dexter 2:17J". Nettle 2:19, Orange Girl 2:20, S3 others, and grand sire of Eunol z:wu, Aiaua 3. x:unw, ruo Alto z:UB, ee Nancy Hanks 2:W, 2:10. and It orer 1000 others In 2:81. 2:im, CLARA. Dam of Dictator (sire as noted'. Deiter 2:17U. Alma !:28i, Astoria 2:2DVi, Alda dam oPAIda d Uire f.iCVi; aaraisalsa ot Keina Victoria, dam of Prince-o- n I:Wlt, and S others in 2:30. DOVALL'B MAMBElNO. Sire of the dams of D. Monroe 2:28ft, Mm Duroc 2:29ft, Lulu 2:2Sft, Msud Butler, trial 2:Nft, and erandslreof Mellle Mc.two. yer.old trial 2:M: Decoy, trial 2:81 and a quarter at a gait of THE DAK Or BROWK OHIEr Eire of Maggie K 2:WU, and of the dams of Csdy MajoHca 25, Aitamont 2:2SA, and frandson of Flossie G 2:184, Geatevla S SO Evangeline (8)2:19; others In 2:8a MISS BUTLER. Dsm of Msud Butler 2:28Vi, snd she is the dsm of Phollamont, sire at ft undsr 1:80. Jones JSft, etc, etc SPEND0R will ho for scrvico nt MrGI.OTIIf.AN'S STABLK, Irvitigton, Ky., until t $2B To Insure a. Live Golt PASTURE Excellent Pasture ran he had for mares from a distanco nt reasonahlc figures. particulars othlrcBs TE.RMS July lnt, when ho goes into training, : ' For further ". "W" "WIL.LIA.M HENDERSON, KY HEPOH FUHNISIIKD BV S ft L HLWSGNI'S COl IN THR len. Gr, Herndon r. lespon-slblllt- y REAL u-c e, Rental Agent SPRING AND ESTATE & Co., Genera Produce and Commissi Merchants and General Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with every count sale. Consignments solicited. ac- CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. Do you want to buy Real Estate? Call on H. L. Newsoru. Do you want to rent a Farm 7 Call on H. L. Now ra. Do you want to rent City property 7 Call on It. L. Nowsom. Do you want tho best and only desirable lot lor sale on Main, 50x175 feet for Call on It. L. Nowiom. $300.00 1 Do you want to buy tho Cloverport Hotel, The Farmer, The Gardener, LOUISVILLE. KY., May 7, lo2. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address. BUTTEIt, EGOS, POULTRY, ETC. Psultry. Chickens scarce this week and prices flruier, Lrled Fruits. Market firmer in good demand lleans. Demand active nt advance, hggs. Receipt he ivy, maraet wtak and post-offi- lower. And Others Need many tilings in our stock. Hrird-wir- o BUTTER. Choice, country Medium i3 2(1 Sellers' Liver. Pills. Act Directly on tlieUvcr. Cera Cntiis axd rTEn,Unpirei, SicxIluDAcnx, Bilious Couo, CoHnm new, IUHUXA.TISX, PlUS, PxtTZTlTUm or mi Hiiet, Dizzrtrxss, Toitno Inxa, tho parent institution nt Dwlght, of Its central nnd nccctsihle location; its fa nous healing waters; Ita known healthtulness and Its magnificent wenory. Somo noteworthy natural n drunkards for years oures of havo alreudv been accomplished there. well-hnow- centrally located and doing a largo Call on lt. L. Newiora, business? P S. I am now prepared and havo full authority to ofler said lintel nt a bargain. This Correspondence Irotn abroad solicited. Is a good chanco to secure tho best and rnot popular hotel In tho city, aud no boom" prtco asked. Do you want a loan negotiated 7 Call on J;omu" Freh c'eauly ' EHUS. 15 10 M IS B M It) gn to 3 7S to 2 25 to 3 00 to 4 00 to 1 75 to 3 00 to 2 50 11 to 15 .'. POULTRY. 'a 1Ion' Roosters Larjce Springers Medium Springer lt. L. Ncurs.iin. Sold by drncclets. Send for circular. BELLEEflMEDIONB CO.,PitUbnrcli.Pa. Coated Toitaus, Stirrtisssiis, andiu. Duxisxs op tbi Ixrin and Biomcir. It you do not "fed very well," a tinglo pUI t s ntlmnlatei ths etomaeh, tcstoio the appetite, imparts visor to the tjtltsu Tbejr euro all dlaeues like magic. Gtt the rleht kind, SELLERS' LTVEU TILLS. Loulsvlllei St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. isro. is. TIME SCHEDULE Tailing- Effoct Ai 5:00 o'clcl: A. U. Wednezday July 25. '91 Wett Bound 63 61 Train! STATIONS Eait Hound Malt & Dally 52 TVmni Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally Dally 625mn 6 40 7 20 7 45un Mall A .. Dally 9 05pn. Kxpr's Kxpr'. 1 OU 800 721 7 47 7 67 8 41 8 45 807 811 817 8 27 900 908 917 1121 837 8 47 855 905 911 9 21 926 934 941 952 10 U0 10 10 Iv.Un'n Dp't..ari ivetuucKy ni. West Point Howard Hock Haven Long llrunch Ilrandenburg Meade Springs Irvlngton Webtter I.oJiburg Stephentport Addlion Holt Hawesville I'etrle Lewisport Powers 1'atei Mattlngly Stanley Kalcon Cayce Cloverport Shops Sklllman Pierce Sample Kkrun Oust on 12 12 12 11 45 1)5 850 8U5 8 02 7 40 7 31 925 930 9 46 951 10 01 ti loij.w trpiiMtiai r 1010 1018 10 24 10 28 WAYNE'S OINTMENT! mtl-r- r wUhoot & 1034 1060 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1050 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 1152-- m 12 07pm tr.'pm 45 un 1138 1129 1125 1119 1111 1102 10 W 10 45 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 U57 9 44 6 48 6 40 727 723 715 655 631 626 618 613 610 557 553 6 40 5 30 6 22 1102 1111 imiaiciai. I fr Ur. nni ut i cMmjUftch. tvli inUrmU I ' ' buds. aom. A.a..UAviB kAlkin al&f wrtltABH.1 K.tiV J "f iww. mm 6y urn tor 10 cu. AiArw Da. 1216 1227 1236 1246 1140 1UI 1165 1205nm 111 Owensboro 1121 1131 1220im 125pm ar.Hcnders'n lv 716Jm WorthlnKton Spottsvllle Hasketts 933 926 920 915 909 851 837 827 815 806 7 65 7 37 7 29 515 511 5 05 4 48 4 35 4 25 413 4 0'. 355 337 3 29 3 15,1m LaulsvMe,Hardfnsburg& Western H. R To Advertisers TAKING No. 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. If you wislj io advertise West Hound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. No.5 No. I East Hound Trains nod ucccl Instruction. z2 ono dollar for our " Hook for A lvertlsore." A little study of that book will enable j ou to decide what you ought to do, and giro an Idea of the probable cost. If you Instruct u? p to place a certain nmonnt of for jou In the way we think Will do yon tho most Rood, you should send an explicit (tatcment of wllat yon wish to accomplish, and make suitable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all the Attention that It requires. artvor-tlsln- DlUy 5Iuy ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 11 30am I.v IrvJngton Ar 930am 8 35 I2l0pm Garneld 12 25 Harned 815 12 42 Hardinsburg 760 Kirk 118 715 7 05 Jolly 130 Glcndenne 6 44 148 Dempster 631 155 2 I5in ar Kallaltough lv 6 Hum Hockvale 260 551 Kuth 3 02 6 29 5 21 314 Asklns Oaks 329 600 STATIONS, I 4 00pmArPordvilleLv 4 45am If you wisb h arj aqvertijerrjent I ul AYER'S nrcnarod and n nlan of advertising, . . r wanted out ! io oo lom wuat papers jou should use. and what the cost will be, wo will furnish tho adver- usetneui ana tuo plan timer or both, and submit them for together with our bill for the service. yourron-ttiloratlon, .. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. (Li K. 3c ST. h. II. II.) Trace Chains, Wire Fencing", Grindstones and Fixtures, Curry Combs, Horse Brushes, losoitalll Horse and CatIt. tle Ties, Hog Rings and Ringers Cattle Leaders, "slices," Animal Pokes, Garden and Floral Tools, I Wheelbarrows, R. L. NEWSOM. Shovel & Spades Lawn & GardGREGORY & CO., Headquarters en Rakes, Reapers and Mowers, Pitchforks. Grain Fertilizer. Call on 11. L. Newsom. power engine and Call on 11. L. Newsom. boiler. Do you want to start a Slack Ilarrol and Slave and Heading Factory with power already attachod? Call an 11. L. Newsom. of city lots he Having about thirty aM-ewould sell a few and If you want, a Cation K. L, Newsom, building lot Do you want to pay your city taxes ? Call on It, L. Nowsom, Have you claims against the city treasury ? Call on the city treasurer and he will tell you that 11. L. Newsom, as City Tsx Collector, keeps said treasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from cities abroad and prompt remittances mnde. Many thanks for the large patronage hare enjoyod. Do you want n forty-hor- Havo you money you want placed on Call on It. L Nowsom. safe security 7 Do you want money on short call 7 Call on It. L. Nowsom. Do you watt to rent a house ? Call on It. L. Nowsom. P. S. Good paying renters can generally Let tno put a "bug in your secure n house. car," K.L. Newsom rents properly and collectr th rents on a commission of ton per cent, and, don't renting being a specialty with lilra, you know it is better to place your property In ? Why t his hands than to rent it yoursoli llecause he is controlling a Urgo amount of g routers find property and t..ifllng it "unhealthy" and ho soon gets rid of them, Newsom hears but fow cimptaints fr.im good renters, but tho "howl" comes from thoso fellows who do not want to pay, and to such he Ca 1 on Somebody Kite. says Is Newtnra hard hearted? Not especially so. He will accommodate you if you pay for It, and you stand to your side of the bargain f you don't llko his way of dealing tall on Somebody Else. "Obi Sympathrtto hypocrites; when your sympathy gets above your judgment don't blnme the landlord quite so much, but call 'round at his office and drop In $5.00 for the special object of your sympathy and help pay bis rent. It will be ditidlng the lots on bad Don't renters, and then you will feel better. Stoves, Plowlines, Small Springers Livo (leese (feathered) Live (leese (plucked) FEATUEIIS. I'rime, white goo Mixed 3 2 2 3 SO Oil 50 00 1 00 2 50 2 00 , 'Hamestrings, ' No. 45 25 1. duck HIDES. 3J t WOOL. 48 30 15 25 15 (yj 30 (Vj) Oreon, yood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good 4 0 (yj 8 Q$ R Sheep skins d 25 Jl (it) Ad Urease, fine Ore.uo, coarse Merino -.,j ...... .. Common, per lb rair 10 goou per 10 Choice per lb ....., r , ,.. . 20 (3) 22 ISMIM $ Q 3! 23 (3) 21 DRIED APPLES. ,j ,, Fancy Chopped Peelings " Evaporated, In sacks PEACHES. Halves, per lb Quarters per lb , '., Peeled, per lb Pears per lb Uliicklierrioi " " 2X to 31 to 3 to 81 314 to 3 1 to IK 1 to 1H ,1 to bli 3i V 2 l?i (1 I" let the landlord P S. The above scripture Is addressed to the heathen gentiles. L. Uewioin has about sixty renters nnd To good he don't wsnt any but paying ones paying renters bo will take special pains to them, comfortable. make Do you want a house built and pay for it in monthly Installments ? For terms wharfs 3 per lb 3 HAY, UltAIN, FEED. y We quote price on Louisvillo to 2 to 2 to ft to 4 to 3Jj elty Strictly cholco Choice No. 2 HAY. 12 00 l.t 00 10 50 ( 11 50 10 00 (a) 11 00 6 00 (it) 5 50 (lood Medium (lood Bright Straw CORN. Choice whlto Choice shelled .' 50 52 ( 38 53 55 40 85 81 No, No. 2 2 oats OATS. No, 2 Red WHEAT. Long Berry wheat.. MISCELLANEOUS, Tallow, per bbl Beeswnx ,.., 4 . , , Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. V, 24 (ip 20 2U M 25 44 Poor to rued. Mich. " ' Home Orown per.barrel From store 2o to So per bu higher. I1EANS. Not. Ind ' 4l 1 34 40 15 Qj) 1 25 for Michigan, hand picked., Indiana Navy , " Common and colored... Flat and mixed ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival " from stor " CABBAOE. Per crate from store.... CELERY. Fancy white plume, per doi- " unoice Cholco Orcen , , A0 to I 50 to 75 to 1 1 1 1 1 65 to 75 60 00 00 2 25 to 2 50 2 50 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 50 , 35 to 40 20' ,, 10 toll SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO Cement, Mtcb igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Con I Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, DrillB, Scientific America Agency for .- HAIR VIGOR Keeps the scalp healthy. cltan, For preparing The Best electrotypes and .estimates tho nd- Verttoer pays us. For the expense of lacing naveriisemenis ana watcn-a- n the fulfillment of contracts wn are paid by a commission allowed by tho publisher of the paper la which the advertisement appears. advertisern enter St. Louis, AMD ALL POINTS & Evansville FinePlow Poplar Shingles Drick, Handles, Pino Flooring al- West and Tims-Cu- d South-Wes- t. ways kept on hand. Orlora companied by cash pro-nu- t ly ullod. A large number of ac- I Bl 1 AND 11 Jj jjmTJ2 naraints ssatstu'TM oopYRiQHrs, to. for Information anl frea Handbook write to MUNN as CO- - m Bhoadwat. KfW YOKi patents In AmorlcA. TRADB CAVBATB, MARKS, Dressing Restores hain faded, or Mass. J If i has be&fne nil the ins and mt of adrertlIne without r.nr cost or trouble, rami 1'iliNTWHS' Ike rwraUrlv. oarefullv. BtuHly j hMuedweekly, $ta year. If roa wkh n bonintate ratalrxnin nf all newspapers, sand $6 for the Atnvrl- oan .newspaper Directory. ror any further Information address you want to learn is Effect Sqt, 1890, Oldest bureau for securing out by us fa broufibt bf oni uo fulfill A hi m. txfillAA frtvnrt f rOA tit CUlAsTlaTsft In ilia tko Lt. Louisville ArrSt. Louis 8:10 a.m. ..8:25 p.m... 4;2J p.m. pm .,.(5:45 a in KvaniTllle 1:20 10:00p.m. FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES At the r X Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. GEO. P. ROWELL fr '17 lktfMufinnaj AfhArflftlan C. i Riirasif f 2 'tVsWV'V4 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. For further Isformatlon, sail on or addrau, R. A CAMPBELL, Qoa'l Pats. Ag't, Kyansvlllo, nil. J. CAMPBELL, 4 D. P, A. toaUflll., Kj City Ticket O'fBoejS. y. Cur, Third Jt MaluS LolTllli,; K? Nursery, I I'or next fall Uecry, Onler vli;it you want, Anything wo haven't on hand, we will procure It for ynu at ihc lowest rales, Manager Hardinsburg Nursery. HARDINSilUKU ,KY CO. J iansst qtrealstlpq of any setsattiff be. without iC weoklr, leari IL50 six nMntfes, AddraHMlJNl Vvi)UiisVM.MBnmdwar,2)ew TOfk. rasa should Mr m um im& ZACK. GREEN, Cloverport, Ky. lrrri low ratet from all ttoinlt on lheyI,. on the Jlrtdif-il- i Aw Ifreurrion Friday, June 0f7, tt. A jr. will be, g'ntn r fi&vraMMM , jpWM?5 Dr. J, M. Clayton, Physician Office Surgeon. Chas. lticdel is our city baker. Oscar Holder is at houiu from Louis- CLOVERPORT AHEAD HOttRHHiE Ed Whitehead, of Uome, was in tho Of All Others In Rocent Tests Mrs. Fannio Dooloy, Nativo Of city Friday. Mado Of Vitrified Brick In Meade County And Former Hot bread at the City Bakery every Louisville. Rosldont of Brandonburg ' A.: day at noon; Mr. Zal Byan is at homo from Owens-boi- o I l Actual 'Worth Tells When Put To Is Outraged By a Black Brute on a visit, , OANNELTON, IND. The Test, And We Wear Tho 11. B. Pierco was in CincinTezarkana, Texas, And Tho Suits mmlo to order in tlio best ntylo. nati several days last week. Horns. Villain Is Yet Unhung, Perfect fit gunrnnteod. Ortlurt solicited. Tho Fella coso Is Bot for trial in the U. S. Court nt Owcnsboro IMD M, D. Of recent experiments mado witli vit A. A. She Her Own Nnrt Slory. Mrs. W. C. and Mrs. It. E. Moorman rified brick in Louisville, tho Louisville spent tlio day Thursday in Holt. Times gives tho following accou'ilt of the '.Correspondent St. I.oule (Jlnbc Democrat.) NOT Miss Frieda Bledcl, of Holt, is visiting result which came from ofllcjal author-Ity- : over Breckenridge Hank. Office Tkxapkana, Tex., Juno 2. Tho.ncgro CLOVERPORT, AT. her brothers and sisters in this'city. Jcromo Fisher, who outraged Mrs. FanCity Engineer Mehlcr this morning nie Dooley, an account of which your Court land Crosson, of Union Star, is BUT sccond'vitrifi-c- d nnnounccd tho result of a tho guest of his brother C. S. Crosson. correspondent has already furnished you, brick test. Ho used flvo samples, is still alivo and well, is presumed. Ho Henry Hawkins, of Philadelphia, was it those of tho Riverside, Cloverport, John is not U, S. Claim & Pension Agent in tho city a couple of days last week. hero, however, but has been spiritMcDonald and Bannon manufacPorter, ed away by olllccrs to no ono knows Mrs. W. W. Williams, of Henderson, where. It occurred as follows! Yesteris visiting Mrs John Wimp at Irvington. tories. STEPHENSPORT, KY. A thorough test was made, resulting Dr. Lightfoot is building a new house in a victory for tlio Cloverport people, day afternoon after tho capturo of tho M. D. on Houston street which will be for this brick standing first in the onler of negro, squads of men wero scon standing upon tho street corners, and determinamerit by a good percentage. Surgeon, rent. tion was depleted in every face. A defiTry ono sack of.Cloer Leaf Hour, to hr tho abrasion nite The Cloverport Brick, OLOVEltPOKT, KY. course was agreed upon, but nothing be found, only, at D'.IIuy's. Warranted test, lost but three and ounces of deflnato naturo was a assumed until 8STOicc nt Home for the pretcnt. tho best. being iu tho mill ono hour. This after about fl o'clock p. m when a crowd be Henry Solbrig was called to tho bed- loss amounted to only 2.1)7 per cent, of gan to slowly gather on the corner of News. side of his sick mother at Leopold, Ind., tho original weight. After being soaked Broad nnd Mnple streets, where thoy in water for soventy-tw- o hours, tho yesterday. wero waiting for darkness nnd recruits. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1892. Mr. J. Juiigling, of Evansvillo, Intl., sample gained in weight but one and Tho of violenco wns at this three-fourt- h ounces, Tlio percentage was visiting his brother Mr. Miko Jung-lintime confined in tho Texarkann (Tox.) LOCAL BREVITIES. of merit was marked 2. 33. Monday. City Calaboose, a closely constructed Tho McDonald brick according to tho shell of a concern, something less than a Mr. Charlio Miller, of tho Louisville D'Huy's Clover Leaf Hour is tho best. is second in merit, with n general test, All kinds of cold drinks nt the City Lithograph Co., Louisville, was in the percentage of 3.72. In tho abrasion test century old. Here ho was within a block, and could hear tho shouts and cries of city Sunday. Bakery. it lost flvo ounces. After being in water tlio now angry mob. About 8 o'clock of Mr. Bartlcs has been seventy-tw- o Tlio residence Town--JUN- E hours a gain of ono and Engino No. .1 is on tho block nt the the mob had swelled to over 1000 and repainted. Butch Sawyer and his men s ounces was noted. shops for repairs. were about to start for their prey lien did tho work. On the schedule tho ltiversido brick, Finest assortment of candies in the Jcromo Barkmau, an officer of tho law, g You will surely be hero. Don't forget that the MAIN SHOW will be at SULZER'S, who aro Mr. James E. Mnttingly continues to comes third, tho general pcrcontago city is at tho City Bakery. climbed upon a goods box and in 3.00. Tlio abrasion test resulted in a improve and is gradually overcoming his " Miss Iloricnso IUirton, of Colton, Cal., always offering interestingbargains, earnest tones pleaded with the mob to s ounces. In loss of six and paralytic stroke. is visiting relatives in Evansville. go to their homes and let tho law take Itov. W. C. Brandon will till his regu- tho absorption test one and its course. Mr. Barkmau said that tliero Stop at tlto City IJakcry for a loaf of h' lar appointment in the Elm street Meth- ounces wero gained. was some doubt ns to this being the right fresh bread when you go to dinner. Tho samples furnished by the John odist church Sunday. to tho conmnn, tho woman's statement One, two year old black Pold Angus was but 2 per cent be Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fisher, of Irv- Porter Company trary notwithstanding, nnd tho next dny bull for biilo by Chas. lticdcl, Holt, Ky. hind the ltiversido brick, tiio general ington, aro the guests of their son, Mr, tho negro would bo taken to court and average being 3.02. In tlio abrasion test V. B. Burton, of tho Cincinnati Coop-erag- o A. It. Fisher, this city. if bo ounces wero lost, with tried, wlicif, found guilty, he would , flvo and Company, was in tho city yester-laono of tho first to lead a mob. Mr. Bark-If you can mako up your mind to try a gain of three and s ounces man gave his personal guarantee that tho Clover Leaf flour once, you w ill use no in the absorption test. Miss Lizzie Hall left last week for other. For sale at D'Huy's. negro would bo hero for trial. Pat Bannon's brick comes last, tho Louisville to visit her uncle Mr. A. J. When the speaker was. through, very F. N. D'Huy is painting tho front of general average of merit being 7.70. Johu M. Borntraeger Wm i. Winter. Henry Winter. Tiirpin, preparatory for the Over nino ounces were lost in tlio abra- quietly, slowly and determinedly tho his business house, Don't buy a hay press, until you see big fordsvillo excursion l'rnlay. mob moved onward toward tho calaboos sion test. Tho sample gained three and tho model of tho "Chichamauga" nt Arriving tliero speeches wero made on ounces by absorption. Cards aro out announcing tho marri- one-haCo's. Gregory both sides, which kept tho mob silent ,. Tho test was mado by tho City Enage of Mr. T. F. Sawyer, of this city, and Finally Deputy Porter said Mr. Jerry Gannnno will pull tho Miss Mary Lamar, of Hawcsvillc, June gineer for reference in casomoro vitrified for awhile. T" . ntWi?.. M3 W negro would ho turned over to BRttcKKXHiiKiE Nkus excursion from lGtli. brick is needed for street work. Tlio that tho tho mob in tho morning. Cries then Fordsvillo next Friday. Is nlwnys tho best to tso in connection with the Clothing busiMrs. Thomas Jarboe, near Mooley ville, American Firo Clay Company has a conMiss Lila Adams, one of Lowisjiort's died last Thursday and was buried Wed- tract for shipping over 2,000,000. Mayor rang out: When a customer asks whether tho goods aro all wool, ness. " We want him now ; " "Hang him ;' accomplished belles, is the guest of Miss nesday, Juno 1st. in the Flint Island Tyler does not thirk that any more will " Bum him," and the mob was furious. tell, him, the truth. When ho wants to know whether tho goods Lnfie this city. be needed for some time. Catholic church yard. havo been shrunk beforo cutting, tell him tho truth. They secured an ax and battered tho If ho is so Mr. Robert Willis is moving from oft" It. A. Sklllman and Qrninille Wilson, door down. inquisitivo as to want to know whether tho cloth will hold tho tho hill into one of II. A. Oclzo's now candidates for County Court Clerk, were BRANDENBURG. Fisher was not there. Marshal Stanly color, cottages on Second street. city yesterday feeling the pulse of in tho Edwards, when Barkmau held the attenLittle lino Boudurant is very sick witli F. Claycomb, of Lodihurg, was in tho Cloverport Democracy. J. tion of tho crowd by his speech, had pneumonia. tho city Thursday representing tho Conslipped in behind tlio mob and spirited Miss Katie ifelino, ono of Cannelton's Mr. Taylor Ilaynes was at home a few tinental Insurance Company.' tlio negro awa right under their very beautiful and accomplished young ladies, days last week. Weisen-berge- r Why will you stand in the kitchen who has been visiting MihS Ida noses. Tlio mob was thwarted. Thoy Mr. Doc Withers, of Muldraugh, was swore, stamped, and some one cried, "To baking bread when you can get it hot of this city, returned home yesThat has always been our way. of doing business and wo have here last week. every day nt tho City Bakery. tho Arkansas Jail.' terday. Como and seo us when you alvays found it tho host policy. Mrs. J. T. Woolfolk was in Louisvillo Lallcigt went to Union Star Then the surging mass began n mnrch Albert Tito ice cream ani strawberry supper, Ours .is tho only home need any Clothing for yoursolf or boys. across tho line. Arriving at their destilast week to do some tin roofing for I). S. given by the ladies of the Baptist church tho first of last week. Uicbardson nud C. M. Midlothian. manufactured Clothing sold in tho city nnd is our own mako. Miss Briggs McAlvcy, of Lebanon, is nation, Jailer Williams was commanded in Fisher's Hall last Friday night, was a to open the jail and let them in. A Mrs. Ircnu B. Fountaino writes to crowning success both socially and finan- visiting at Dr. Puseys. It is tho best and the cheapest. hnvo her address changed from Paris, cially. The young folks enjoyed themMiss Annio Bichardson is visiting her committee was appointed who searched the jail, but in vain. He was not there. Ark., to Van Buren where sho now re- selves hugely whllo the ladies of tlio aunt, Mrs. Hilf at Garrett. N. B. If, from any canso, tbo Vertical Blldo Then tho mob began to fcatter, and all sides. church realized a prollt of near 10 for a should Break or become Damaged, a new pair Mr. Clark was down last week looking went quietly to o( Huspenders will be given, i'ree of Charge, their homes. upon return of the broken pair to the i'urnUbcr charitable purpose. t, Deputy Sheriff J. B. Biggs, of after tho Soda Ash business. from whom purchased. It has been learned that Jerome Fisher was in the city last Wednesday Arnold's Floating Chapel is lying at Mr. Orla Bichardson, of Louisville, was carried to jail at Mount Pleasant, tho guest of Deputy Sheriff Will Bam-scthe wharf and giving nightly entertain- spent several days here last week. Tox. ments, to crowded houses. The programs FOR SALE BY Miss Soflo Beinhcckel, of Louisville, is Your reporter interviewed tlio victim 601cl Mr. Chas. W. Moorman, who has been arc very instructive, consisting of lec- visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. Casperke. of tho assault, which resulted in tho folnttending the University of Virginia, re- tures on ancient history, both sacred and Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Fairleigh, of Lou- lowing information: Tho lectures are illustrated "My name is turned home Thursday to spend the va profane. with tho flucst of stercopticon views, ami isville, visited relatives her Sunday. Fannio Dooloy, my ago is 22 years; I cation. A number of our citizens attended havo two children, girls, nged 2 and 4, Henry Washington, of Louisville, has by this method the mind is impressed moro forcibly than by dry sermons Barnaul's circus in Louisville the 2d. respectively. My husband left mo fourbeen in tho city for several days reproPHOSPHODINE WOOD'S UiikMvIi ltouicdy. alone. Miss Bertie Bichardson and Lawrence teen months since, and was when last The Breckenridge Mews 'J'lie Urcnt of sentim tho interest of a Louisvillu I live Lewis spent Sunday at Mr. J. W. Lewis. heard from in Louisville, Ky. Promptly and permaTho news comes from many neighborclothing house. nently tnrc all fnrm of EXCURSION. and sistot dogs aro becoming very Maiy Pusey, who has been attending with my mother, step-fathTHE PLACE TO FIND THE LARGEST LINE Mr. F. W. Sprcen writes us that ho hoods that mad itrou Weakness, Emit. Innii, Spermatorrhea. Iin. in this city. On Tuesday night I was has taken quarters for tlio summer at numerous throughout the county. Care school in Louisville, is at homo for the potency and all ellceta of left alone, savo for the presence of my Abutc or Hxcene, Ileen Grand View Fruit Hill, Milton.Ky., and should be taken that no one is bitten by summer. " prescribed over 35 j cars In Fordsvillo to Cloverport children, mother and father being called these rabid curs. Mather than suffer thousands ol cafes; It the Misses Mattic Leo Moicmen and Dee desires tho Ni:us to follow him to his And all intermediate points. Ueforo and Alter, only IUIIable and Honest valuable stock or a loved member of McGeheo aro visiting Mrs. Chas. Drury away to Paris, Tex., and sister going to Tor Vi ood s summer retreat. spend tho night witli friends. I retired Medicine known. he Ask druBKlst your family to perish in tho horrible rnosriioniNE: If offers some worthiest medi- The following is the Time-Tabl- e and tif th, leave hlbdlshouest store, InMr. Alfred Taylor and sister, Miss Sal-li- throes of hydrophobia, start a war of ex- at Bowleyvillo. at my usual hour, about 8.30 p. m., in cine In place Fare for the Bound trip.. close price in letter, and we will send by return Tho baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hard- company with my little girls, leaving a mall. I'ricc, one packaire, lt six,!;-- . One wil of Itosctta, were among tho passenTIUK FARE termination. Take no chances with scaled 0 00 Fordsvillo in fell from tho porch last week and lamp burning in an adjoining room, with plqasc, six will cure. Pamphlet In gers, on tho train Monday enrouto for $1.25 mad dogs. cn elope, a stamps. Address 0 04 Mltchel 1.2S broke its arm. Miss Sallio goes to Mt. Louisville. Tlio Wood Chemical On. Mien.. the door open between. At or about 3 6 09 Oaks 130 111 Wooilwurd nvenne Detroit, Washington to spend several weeks, visAsking 0 18 BEECH GROVE, Georgo Frymire, of Louisville, was tho o'clock iu the morning I was aroused by 1.10 Cloterpnrt by C. C, Martin, and JJh-SoI0 32 , Koth 1.10 everywhere. iting relatives guest of Miss Fannie Woolfolk the latter the noiso of somo ono stumbling over a 6 27 nockvalo 1.00 Mrs. G. W. Short has gono to Itussell-vill- o Mr. W. M. Ditto went to tho city last part of the week. chair in tho adjoining room, and upon 6 51 Falls of Hoofih 1.00 to get her father, tho Rev. J. B. week. 7 14 Dempster l."0 Miss Ilia Bichardson and John Moore, raising up in bed I discovered allegro Mrs. Lou Moremen and Mrs, Belnipso r.7 19 Olendtane 1.00 Cottrell, who lias resigned his work HARDINSBUa of Louisville, spent Sunday here, guests man fanning out the light. I recognized 90 ... 7 33 Jolly tho guests of Mrs. J. A. McGeheo there and is coming hero to spend tho were Friday. 7 41 75 him as Jcromo Fisher, a negro man who Kirk of Miss Nellie Low is. last 00 ' 8 00 Hardinsburg summer with his daughter. They will Master Joo and Willio McGeheo were Hon. II. II. Smith, candidate for Con- lives in tlio rear of our house, in tho llajnod flu ; 8 10 probably arrive here in Imisvlllo last week. 8 21 ,60 f Garfield gress in tlio 4th Congressional District, same yard, and also as tho man who was stal)-be- d Proctor Keith, tho boy that was Do not give tho Soda Ash plant out, , t Ar. Irvington 8 50 in tho custody of the ofllcers yesterday spoke hero Monday. U U0 IiV. Irvington 50 in tho leg with a knife by another "Still water runs deep." afternoon charged with tho crime. I Miss Ella Dowden is ut homo from 60 0 08 Webater Mrs. Frank Ditto, of Vino Grove, was boy while in play, some three months immediately jumped from tlio bed and, 50 3 In Lodlburg Cloverport, where sho has been nasist-in- g 60 ngo, nftor getting better and relapsing in Jiratuionnurg fsuuruay. 24 Pierco J grasping ono of my children, started for Prof. Brown in his school. 9 29 Ouito a number ioined tho excursion 40 Sample sovcral times is now able to bo out on froji to cscapo from tho house, but is here, So is our stock of 9 37 35 Stephcniport tho bottom last Thursday. Tho ico cream supper given by the tho door . crutches again. 9 41 30 Addlion Mrs. J. M. Phillips and Mrs. J. L. ladies of the Methodist church last was caught by tho negro beforo I could 9 44 25 Holt A concert will ho given by tho pupils Byneasson, of Chicago, aro visiting relaIfo grabbed mo got tho door unlocked. Thursday evening was qulto a success. 10 00 re..... Ar. Cloverport ' iff of Miss Kiln Goodson, assisted by local tives in this vicinity. and drow mo back into tho next room, Returning leavo Clovorport 430 p. m. same Exoursion Notes. Tlio Mite will meet at Mr. J. K. Dittalent, on Monday evening Juno 13th. i causing mo to strike tho heating stoyo YOTJ date. US Hopo there will bo - to's Saturday night. An excellent program has been preparSee that your friends are taken care of nnd fall. Then, holding both of my attendance. t Give them n hearty wel- hands and choking mo at tho samo time, k. hnndtnino a Jlinlav of Jewelry as eter cd, and reduced rates will bo given from a largo next Friday. Wo aro sorry to learn that tho foreComo anil oxamino our goods for yoursolf. Wb havo iparkllnj oye. Perhaps you of the hand that will ho accomplished his designs. nil points by the railroads. I fainted, sparkled before .... .L- 41... I. I. man, S. U, V. of tho "Young salt come and a shako n aro laboring unuer iuu ubuiiuu m lot of U, 8. Doputy Marshal Log Pate was in works,' got to much dynamite last week. reach down to their toes. but have an indistinct recollection his bring a smill fortune with you, AT THE tho city n couple- of days last week sumTho right thing to do noxt Friday is to leaving me, walking into the next room neccnary to I.ocal editor, I know you aro sorry to A little money will g at fur in moning witnesses in tho Fella and other hear that your old friend, "Billio," is no mako it so pleasant for our old friends and from thence leaving tho room. Tho Not at all. of our goods aa It will In buying tbo purebais cases that tflll bo called in tho U. S. Cir- moro, but I suppose you will hear from that they will want to como again. outrago occurred about 3 a. m., and about anything else. We bavo Idea that It will nt Owcnsboro this week. 'Itosenantc." will bo no rowdyism of any kind 3:30 1 managed to tako my eldest child go a little further. Perhaps you think we aro There cuit Court Miss Nelllo McGeheo, who has been h Tho man that and walk about 50 or GO yards to tho mistaken on that point j If you do, wo are Marshal 1'uto is in bad health and went attending school in Peweo Valley, is ex- permitted on tho train. nsr a? mJmm hero to his homo in Hardinsburg to pected homo in a fow days, which will attempts it will bo fired instantcr. I um a house of my nearest neighbor. that wo can treat you to an agreeable Vest up a fow days, add. ono moro young lady to our society Excursion tickets will bo on salo at all nativo of Kentucky, having lived at surprise. Wo especially Invite ail persons You will find" ovory thing you want in tho city. Wo offer you lmrgainf in both Tjio flourishing Httl6 town of Irvington circle in the bottom. Brandenburg in that State; I was also visiting tbo city to call on ua, will be pleased toent: stations. " ' is not asleep. Several enterprising citito my cousin, E. F. Dooloy, In to abow you our nice itock. married Tho ladies especially invited. SUGAR, COFEE,, Sale of City Lots. zens of tho placo arc now in Chicago neTho hotels aro preparing for n big that city ; I also lived in Abilene, Tox., F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, FLQUR, MEAT, Y L ' Tliero will be a Kilo of city lots in what crowd. OLOVEIIPJIIT, KY. gotiating formnchinery forn largo creamsomo years since, and after living in .VEGETABLES, to Urancbllourc J. W. Outhrle, Hardlnsburp;- ery. Willi ono of tho best flouriug mills is known as tho Waiii'icui Addition' sovcral other cities I moved to Arkadcl-phiT RATHBONE. Ark., whorp I lived six months, in tho Stnto and a splendid rock quarry, tho city of Cloverport, on tho .TOtli day Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits.,, Notice of Dissolution. there is nothing to keep Irvington from of Juno, 1802. This addition consists of and camo direct from that placo to TQBACCO, Oats aro looking flue. f 12 lots, nicely situated on tho hill in tho The firm of Moorman & Heeler huvo this day being n big town in tlio near future. is a stock dealer My FIGS," It is a mistake about peaches being fllcitlvfil iLirtnurkhliibv mutual consent. f South suburbs, and is tlio very place for killed hero. llawesvillo had a regular and I myself sometimes Tako iu sowing All persons Indebted t said firm will please RAISINS, ETC. call on W. C, Moorman at Clenclennc and settle tlnlo last Friday. Reportu say a mad dog nlco comfortablo residences. These lots i Very Ilesnectfully, Wo aro having so much rain that tho as an accommodation, not being forced .their accounts. In fact, everything in "the Moorman, W, C. to do it for a living, as I hnvo other t camo Into town and bit some of tho town will bo sold on tho day above mentioned farmers aro bohijtd witli their work. Courtlaml Heeler. dogs, and to nmko sure that they got tho at public miction and private sale, and Gleudcaue, Ky May jo, iSoj. Mr. Jack Bowman had a cow bitten by means of support." Grocenf&ContecOoneiv Line right ones, tho citizens wont out on an terms will bo mado to suit tlio con- a mad dog about two wcoks ago and now term of "rANTUD 6 to borrow Woo on for agood real There can she Is raving mad, and great excitement tour and about piped out venience of tho purchasers. exterminating years at per rent. Interest, on ReTeaohers, Attention. ThankfuJ fqr past iavors, estate uiortiraKC security, address the canine population of tlio city. What bo no money lost in investing in Clover- prevails in this community over hydrollOIlUOWltll, enre of the .News. spectfully solicit yott to call, ye Tho Clovorport High fc'cliool Uoiml If n scaro of the port real estate, but on tho contrary it a blessing It would bo phobia. Mr. Bowman also had another the fruit pays a splendid per cent to tho investor, cow, a mule and u hog bitten by tlio will meet Monday Juno 20tli, nt 8 o'clock "I7OH SALE two (arms Ininprnvcil, belt of take . great pleasure in waiting kind Mionlij strike Cloverport. I ' .Meaile County, liotn well TllOh, II. JITTO, Ilrandenburg, Ky. upon you wishing to build houses for same dog at tho samo time, and they aro p. 111., for the purposo of eluctinir teachand persons 1'JtlNTED Ai ro vn n A r ac it vh IHyou are nil worn om, really soul for nothing rent should give this snlo their attention. expected to go mod at any time. Tlio ers for next school tonn. Applications the Kast bound .train Saturday, May H. 'Iry II UKeiierul ilthlilty black Cnthineic shawl, Jlcturn to in by that date, jjSth, n For further particulars address or call on dog wns found dead near L. A. Chancel. for positions uliould be jfwuHA'.v Jitoy jurrt.iitt. Mrs, K. C. lljhbnuc, Cloierparl, and he reSold , will care tou, and Klrt a gool npiwtuc. address all letters to V. N. D'Huy. Manager. I F. FnAizB, Cloverport, Ky. . lot's. warded, lor all dealers In invUlclue. in Dr. Wdle't old tlarul tyi ttnirt OkOVERPORT. KY. ville.' Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST, I POST NO BILLS. L.LJ STTXjZIEIRS GORGEOUS Lii ETCl Physician Surgeon Tll g ELEPHANTS, LIONS, TIGERS.J DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, GROCERIES , j. w. jarIett; J. F. Lightfoot, ! Physician and Breckenridge one-fourt- h g three-fourth- When the Big: Excursion Comes to 10th. bo-in- three-fourth- one-fourt- h WATCH THE PARADE AND BALLOON ASCENSION. y. one-fort- li three-fourth- t lf The "Undressed" Truth m-- mvu 'to Tell Truth. i: VERTICAfSUH-BACK'SUSPENDER- Steph-enspor- Julius Winter & Co., Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. - B. F. Beard & Summer . . HP? din O Friday, June 10, 1892 Underw e, Light Weight Coats, Pants, B. F. BEARD & CO., NECKWEAR, SPEING .i. LET SHOW new goo: ladies' Dress ! ... Stop! Stop! Stop! Bankrupt - STORE w Ginghams,' Goods, aj o i o :sr s. a, A ,? QUALITY AND PRICE! Tox-nrknn- a. step-fath- ilog-killl- WITT & MEAD' HARDINSBORG. KY. if J. Moorman, ' r" ( ( w p, Pienic ill.' Bills . n Qw&'j.y - i " '' f" ? " t "vTI ;rr"" or -- " ..L.. hi ..i ii g 'aj jj, .j