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T, JAY, JUNE Proprietor!. press going East West 'J . ItGlL O. DAI1DAGK, Editors and ... L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. QOINO WIST. Paiaenger Dally "arr. jlardlnibnrg.l2:42 p.m. OOIRU hie iiiii'ii.m Clovorporiors Visit Tho Masonic Homo at Louiavillo, And Attend Church Undor Its Roof. ilSltflL l" "iio'iri fWr "imsr'sP: i.:. v-- EAST. fXtT. Local Tlmo Card. " (I Kait t p-'- ' I f " ' East U'.t West . 10,01 A.m. 10.44 a.m. 4.57 p.m. 0 JA n m. 11.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. Pastengor 'Dally orr. llardlatburg.. 7:60 a.in i to announce U.S. Skillman for ro.elcetion to the office of Clr- prfc, subject to the action of the Do- - forCirouit Clerk. tiled i A, CtlzeJ to announceFim M. Glasgow k.bJMaI. fn... let to the action of the Democratic fl..l. horded to announce fas. 1". Stewart n a candidate for Circuit Court tto the action or the Democratic 1 I fUnQ wthorlied to annonce Granville S. a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk. action of the Democratic party. IESUI.T ? B AT MINNEAPOLIS. lWpublicnn Convention adjourned tf Friday after nominntinir Beniamln tebh for Tresidont and Whitclaw ."for Tho ticket is a fg jMne, and undoubtedly tho best JlopuWicans could liavo innde. It t In thir outset II ko tho action of yjce-Presiden- t. Ti R G.'Blalne would inyolvo tho Itc- fanaintoa sea of trouble, but tho pity was no sooner sprung upon the than in about tho saino length of pSt seemed to bo hurried so deep ,'tt could never bo resurrected. Tho' lowers of "President Harrison proved tircly too numerous for Bro. Blaine his henchmen, and tho distinguished retary of State was soon hurried out rrihtv No ono is so badly disfigured 418. outcome as kit. miuuu imiiscii. ,by a number of hot headed poll- i .... v rfwuiingiy ",du , ioiiowcul ffkt-i4 D . n Ian ilnfnnl rt TIntMOA ......., w ob xne anu a clique 60 to speak, mo result iit It was a big brake, and ono ed to havo ultimately brought i ruin-- SBtwHTTinrtpil. v t: :tt However, as serious, and as nil wiw llin ncllnn of Mr. fine it will not now effect tho chances , Mr. Harrison His for rength id tho Convention shows that ik decidedly tho favorite, and has or naomns p.m. anu ucspuo an mo &ng Itepublicans that they oppos- Mr;. Harrison comes rsecond term. innoBpolis with every Republican In tho Couutry pledged to his sup- . Editor Ileid, the man for Second is rich, and money thrown out jly by him, as no doubt it will be, ount in this campaign. Fhatover tho Democrats may do at 30 neat week, let us hope will bo ein a spirit of harmony, Thero is net, no time for wrangling orquibhng oSuqiinrfers. Tho boys in the iches aro ready lo move when tho alia given, and it should havo no un- jr$ sound, or bo followed by any con- ions. Indiana and JNew xorK, are States, and the result 'of the itpolis Convention assures us that Residential battle, in theso Slates jpcularly, will bo hot ant fierce. Now peera to havo warning sulliclent. Sich deponds, in fact it all depends Let us Dn the action of next week. 00 that good men will bo put iu tho bad, man w ho can "unito nil sections of Nio Democracy, and that they may bo nominated with the least difficulty pos- lihle, bud. 1 it party, if it had not been nipped County court next Monday. Machinery oil at Beard & Bcclcr'A. Buy your vegetables from Hardin & Brcwn. Miss Ellen Footo returned to Bcwley-vill- o last Saturday. Buy your groceries from Hardin & Brown. Miss Mattio Kont, of Texas, is visiting Miss Emma May. , Miss Ola McGlll returned from Clo' veiport last Monday. Beard & Beeler will furnislt you any thing in the paint line. Paul Campbell will deliver tho Louisville Times for a week or so. For a nobby straw hat, or suit of clothes right cheap, go to Beard & Beeler's. AVo guarantee our mixed painta to give cntiio satisfaction, Beard & Becler. Abraham Meador lrns qualified as administrator of Elihu Meador'e estate. Mrs. Eli II. Dean was in tho city last Monday the guest of Mrs. Burrel Beard. Master Hubert Piggot, of Bowloyville, is in the city on a visit to his grand mother. Come around and cxamino tho Davis Sewing Machlno, for sale by Hardin & Brown. Prof's. Sliacklott and Hays have fifty pupils attending the session of their Normal school hero. School Commissioner Miller says tho Teachers' Institute Mill be held here tho second week in August. The Republican candidate for Congress in this District will speak' at tho Court-hous- o hero noxt Monday. Every body at Cloverport complimented our brass band, on tho good music they furnished tho excursionists. Mr. Milton Coko and Lev Green aro billed for Kirk next Saturdy to discuss tho political questions of the day. One man left this town last wcek'with his family nnd moved to Cloverport. Belter have 'cm moving In Instead of movr Ing out. Circuit Clerk Skillraan will be out in the brush for about two w eeks. Claud Mercer will have charge of his ofiico during his absence. They say that Mug Sovers is making abuliy good Representative at Frankfort. If there is anything his friends want all they havo to do is to ask for it. That was a gay party that went down on tho Brcckcnrulgo News Excursion Tho crowd was quiet and orTlcily, and every body enjoyed the trip The lawyerslinve gono out to tlioMag-Istrate'Courls this week. When they begin to pull for the country you may know that tho picking is getting pretty slim around Ufa Court-housTho Committee which met at timo ago to arrange an electjon between the candidates for Congress in Jhis. District, fixed a primary election to bo held tho first Monday in August. last-Frida- y. fl e. . 'OSR." - f ' y' v.Vt,r ' ir. r, t' - Charity Is Tho Fairest Of Tho 'Graces And The Foundation Of True Religion. A Hon. B. F. Beard, District Delegate to The Democratic National W&i' A,, v'' I . MODEL INSTITUTION. , . yfr 'Sit??;; - ' THE . r ri. - ;ri-,-- X J ' ? I?t "- - I rtf fii 3 " r4 .I - 01 Convention Hon. JJ. F. Beard was born in Breckcn-ridg- o county, Dec. 1, 1827. Ho was eight years' old when his father died, and ten at tho death of his mother. When tho latter event occured tho family was broken up, and he was apprenticed to Morris Hensley of Hardinsburg to learn He remained with tho tailor's trade. Mr. Hensley until he reached his majority, receiving hut a limited education. At this timo tho idea strutk him that ho must go West, and many of his early yei n In 1853 ho wero spent in tllat country. crossed the plains of California. Thero ho engaged in mining, and merchandising for a few years. He spent sometime in visiting Mexico, and other points, and in all, was absent from this Stato about cloven years. Ho returned to Hardinsburg in 18G0, and bought an interest in tho merchantilo house of Hensley and Beard. The firm continued in business several years, witli fine success, doing, probably, tho largest business of any house in the county. In 1878 Mr. Beard purchased tho Interests of his partners, and took entire controll of tho business himself. Ho has dealt largely in tobacco, In connection witli his merchandis ing, and has been eminently successful all along tho lino. A few years ago ho put on foot tho Hardinsburg Bank, and is now tho president of that institution. Ho is a good financier, nnd is well informed upon the financial condition of tho country. Ho is a leading citi7en of his town, and takes an active interest in every enterprise that comes up, that in any way has a tendency to promote her interest, commercially and socially. Mr. Beard, whilo never a very active politician, has always manifested sufficient interest in tho welfare of his party, to como to its rescue, and lend a helping hand in cases of emergency. For ten years ho was the Chairman of tho Democratic County Committee, nnd in that capacity di3 valuable service to his party, and won a host of friends by his impartial rulings a3 a presiding officer. With tho exception of tho present instance lie has never asked official patron-ag- o within tho gift of tho people. In fact ho only became a candidate for Delegate to tho National Convention at the earnest solicitation of his friends. Tho honors won so easily in this instance show that his friends in tho Fourth District, outside of his own county appreciate his abilities and worth asa man. Mr. Beard is no great speaker, nor a man to parade himself before a public assemblage. Ho is rather reserved in his manner, yet he ha sound practical views on public questions, nnd dosn't hesitate to express them when an occasion demands. His social qualities are of a high order, and he is readily approachable at all times on the current topics of tli3 day. Ho has been a life long Democrat nnd is a firm belioer in his party and its principles. His convictions at tho present timo are favorable to Grevtir Cleveland, as tho man that the party should nominate at Chicago. Whilq he is thus partial to the claims of tho lie is yet conservative in tho matter, and will be satisfied with any other'good'man, if the party when the Convention assembles, think it wise that Mr. Cleveland should be put aside. - The State Convention of the People's Pirty mot at Lexington last week and iccied delegates to their National Con- iition which meets at Omaha, July 4. the following are tho delegates from the Ksfat'o : J. F. McQuary, John S. Blair, W. 11. Bridgefotd, J. H. Poor, Bollock. Bor- ion. W. M. Cook, H. T, Hunter .and A. J. Oglevie. ' i. srfg When lW 11UI. we say V that a man CUJ is a brick; we W ! .....WW v. common ciay. i'uck. Certainly not, The finest and best brick in tho world aro mado of.tho Oloverpoft shale. So a man may Wa bHck and still bo composed of ma- teriai-lha- t may bo boasted of. UlVU HIM. cole-brit- Tho Republicans of this placo were highly elated when tho nowB of Harrison's nomination reached them. While Bro. Blaine was figuring in tho fight so lively they walked around witli faces looking as. long as a baso ball bat The pemocrats should bustlo around now and get out a good Sheriff's ticket Tho following parties have been mentioned as probable candidates, that would make a strong nice, Mr. Alfred Miller, Carlt Richardson. Jim Biggs and Mr. Piio from tho Custer country. ' It is timo this town should get a move on herself. We are not doing anything tow aril improving tho business of the place. Wo need public works of some kind that will givo employment to the laboring closs of people. Tho trado that used to como from tlio country is now cutoff from tho town considerably, and our only hopolo cnlargo and build up the placQ is to start some kind of a manufactory. Tho town can well afford to spend her monoy in this direction, if not, tho business will not improve much Over Ninty Per Cent. Tho big Eudaly kiln nttho Cloverport Brigk Works has been received. This kiln, it will bo remembered, has been lately built at a cost of near $5,000, It is a largo kiin 18x32 feet in tho clear, and has a capacity for moro than 200,000 brick nt a single filling.. The Eudaly Company placed Mr. J. T. Underwood, an experienced burner hero .to superintend its building nnd make tho first burn. And insured 90 po r cent, of good vitrified brick, and if it did not yield it tho Cloverport Company were under no obligations to rccelvedit Ttio burn has been mado, tho kiln opened and allowed to cool, andtho result is that tho averago will probably go beyond 05 per cent. It is an oven burn from top to bottom; every brick being of an even( deep red color, thoroughly vitri fled, and, none cemented or stuck togeth-er..S- o thoroughly satisfied is tho Cloverport, Company'with tho refult that they have received tho kiln without its boing emptied. Tho advantago that, tho Eudaly kiln has over tho old round kiln, is that it is divided into sections and tho heat can bo regulated at an oven temperature. Should it get too warm in ono placo tho heat can bo turned into another section, and thus It is ovenly distributed. It is gratifying to overy body that this pioneer company lias at last found a kiln that will so handle their particularly oxcollcnt clay that thoy may obtain such favorable results. UNION STAR. Mrs. J. B, Frymire and son, Forest, of Chonault, were thtf guests of Minnie O'Neill last Saturday. Mr. Sackston Dutschke is learning tho merchandising business as elerk under Mr. D. S. Richardson. Soveral mad dogs havo been killed in this neighborhood. The family of Mr. Clayton Crosson has joined him nt Cloverport, nnd they will make that city their future home. Still it rains, but the. crops are grow. Ing. Mr. Percy Beard, Hardinsburg, Mr. Jenkins, of Louisville, wero guests of tho Missis Richardson week. Several persons from this placo The visitors that Miss Goodson's musical concert brought to the city aro j4,Uro vory pest people in xno couutry, uuu ijSpet tho kind that Cloverport wishcB to cultivate an acquaintance with and come again, B011 Ford, the slayer of Jcfso James, was shot and killed again ono night last "week by a deputy sheriff named Hall, in Crede, Col. Tho report is probably cor- this timo, unt tho worm is siietwtng YJ t .v"m-..- o -- r rct. tears P SL TDeiiocratic clans will havo gathered at f"S Ji&EK0BK ano'her Issue of tho News, tho nnd tho last 'jfoxt and tho work of naming tho Presidont of theso United States will uavo begun n earnest. Tins issue of tho Breckehripoe News id tho first ever published oa a steam press. " $100 Reward. $100. The readers of tho "Breckehridoe Nxws will be pleased to learn that thero . is at leflfit ono dreaded disease that science hag been ablo to cure in all Us stages, and that is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onlypositivo euro now known to themdUl fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure ta taken Internally, acting directly upon Ui Wood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tlte disease, and giving tho pationt strength by building up the con-- 1 ttifntion and MeieUng nature ia doing iUi work. TUe proprietom have so much faith in IU curative powers that they offer One Hundred Pollatsjor any case that it faila tcT'cure, Send for'list of tos- - ; ' ttolQBlB. Addresn. ldo. O and vicinity wont to Cloverport last Friday on tho BiiECKENRimiE News excursion. Dr. II. N. Basham was in our town last week doing somo dentistry work. Mr, and Mrs. Owen Cunningham aro visiting relatives nt Ghenault. Mr. James Hargls, of Cannolton, was tho guest of Minnie O'Neill Sunday. Mr. Sandy Hendry was tho guest uf Miss Dora Gardner last Sunday. Mrs. Molly Jolly, daughter Mamie and son Herbert have returned to their homo at Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. R. B Cox, tho parents of Mrs, Jolly, gavo a re coption in honor of their daughter before hor departure, at which all tho guests enjoyed themselves hugely. An elegant supper ww served consisting of tho of the season, elegant wines etc. To The Democratic Committeemen of Sreokearidf e County. Newt Eetrio, night operator at tho You are hereby called to meet at tho shops, has been changed to the Henderoourt house in Hardlneburg at 2 o'clock son olMce-'- , This make it moro convon-'efor him, as hla parents livo in that pi in., omMowJay, the 20th day of June city. for tl'i transaction of mwinesrof importance to the.DemocratiC party in this C FOR OYSl'Kl'HIA ' Respectfully, cdunty. Ua Krewa'a Iron Bitten. Phmleuuu nnunnund It. , W. K. BAknjw, N. C. Mohei-v- , All dealer keep it. f 1.0U per bottle. denulM LUjaX, unnr urn nrrain inn nflninTTrT it'i doll-casint The members of tlio Cloverport Masonic Lodge, No. 133, together with their wives nnd families, paid a visit last Sunday to the Masonic Widow's nnd Orphan's Homo in Iuisville, nnd attended religious sei vices in thnt excellent institution. Arrangements had been made with tho L. St. L. & T, Railroad for two coaches, nnd when nil were aboard both wcie filled to their utmost capacity, and mnny Cloverportcrs were scattered through (I fie . , -other parts of the train, which they had ";. the privilego of using, should their two coaches prove insufilcient for their comfortable accommodation. Thero wero probably moro than ono hundred nnd fifty of tho very elite of our "tony" little city enjoyed tlio trip. Tho day was a warm one, but the fact of every ono being comfortably seated caused all checks to bo fanned by tho breezes, nnd no ono suffered moro with heat than they would havo suffered , had they been at homo. Arrived at tho Union Depot in Louisville, a special "Daisy" train, leaving nt 1:45 p. m., soon mado a circuit of the city and landed tlio Cloverportcrs near their destination. A short walk, which can hardly be said to be as pleasant as othor parts of tho day's program, as the sun was shining very warm at the time, brought us to tho spacious and beautiful shadygrounds of the Masonic Home. After a rest of a few minutes under the tlio inviting shade of the trees, all entered tho building, and wero welcomed by n friendly grasp of tho hand and pleasant smile by Dr. Camble Johnston, tho kind Superintendent of tho institution. All were requested to register, and then tho peals of the Chapel bell invited attendance nt religious services. Tlio Chapel is a beautiful littlo placo of worship, nicely furnished and fitted out, situated at tho top of tho building. Hero were assembled the inmntes of the institution whon tho visitors arrived. A splendid temperance sermon was preached to tho orphan children by Rev. Fred. D. Hale, of tlio Fourth nnd Oak The Good Things we refer to are in our store, and they are street's Baptist church who by tho way is a bicyclcist as well as a ministcrof tho their for you and everybody. gospel. Dr. Hale was followed by Judge John Allen Murray, of Cloverport, in a few appropriate remarks full of encouragement nnd good ndvico for tho little ones, nnd compliments for tho efficient Superintendent. Superintendent Johnston then thanked tho visitors for tho interest thoy had shown in the heavenly-inspHundreds take from it, yet it n ver diminishes, this, ired chnritablo work of Free Masonery, by paying this visit to tho of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g institution which had been established by the Kentucky incmbors of this socispring of supply that feeds the stream. able and chnritablo order, for tlio benefit of tlio parentless and homeless widows and orphans of their dead brothers. t But tho most impressive of tho whole religious servico was tho sweet singing of tlio children. To listen to the meloSo do Sluggish Stock, they becoma decayed, they are JUST RECEIVED AT dious praises and pitiful nppeals that not fit for commercial use any more than poured forth from tho throats of these -little innocent and swectrfaced orphans decayed meat, finally, thoy are known to their Parent in heaven, was enough to soften the hnrdest heart ; and many a as "Dead." bosom heaved and eyo moistened that on ordinary occasions is incapable of bo-- i ing touched or per verso to tears. Not ALL KINDS AT that Clovorporters aro harder-hearte- d than other people, either, but because the Christian world is so accustomed to tho condition and a constant flow of trade keeps stiff, church exersamo old hum-druIn the-becises, over and over again, that they a stock in the best condition. We have no dead stock, havo come to look upon them more as a Chrismoro social form, than an actual because our stock never stands still, it is always tian duty, and it takes something, out of ? v.vvwaWaW.v.vvvv-Jw.rxavavW-.v.nj-i'- ' to awake them. tho ordinary routine flowing out and flowing in. There are now202 children nndio'wid-ow- s being cared for by tho "Home," all DANIEL BROOKS. J. M. IIABVEU, J. 0. BOUHSE, of whonf took part in the worship. After religious services BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, invited all, who wished, to visit tho different apartments of tho instituOf buying always from a clean, fresh stock of New tion, nnd stated that the young ladles would willingly act as guides. Tho proGoods? If you do, you can have that adposition was accepted by most everybody and every part of tho building was vantage by trading with interestingly vlowJd and favorably comCATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. mented upon. Littlo Maggie Holder, an littlo orphan, Intelligent, sweet-face- d LOUISVILLE, KY. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. about twolvo or thirteen years of ago, piloted the crowd that tho News man Forty-Tw- o was in, and by her courteous explanainteresting nnd pleastions made it an ant trip. Tlio building nnd grounds are largo, elegant, roomy and commodious. Every IN thing is clean and kept in the best of Jersey Cow for Sale. , shapo. The children are all well and A tine Jersey co with a young calf. Price t0 1 For further particular call on,0r address WARFIELD comfortably clothed, nnd seem to bo well or C. G. WAKFIKLU, Clovcrp.irt( fed. It is truly a '.'Homo" of which tho 70H SALE. Hay, corn and milk covtittfr Masonic fraternity ot Kentucky may W. D HOLT, Holt, Ky, : ply to justly feel proud, and tho fact of its existence anu tho knowledgo of tho great Km-- f term of WANTED 6 to borrow Interest, for agood real per cent. on good It effects, can not but favorably imestate mortL'nirc security, address not members of tho press those who are npitKOWBlt, care of the News. Capital Stock $25,000. order nnd who aro not familiar with its Thnt will adequately express your plear-ur- o secret workings, nnd can only judgo of SALE two larms ,in the fruit belt of "I70U O. V. DEABD, Fretldent. its worth by Its publio work. Surely it JL. Aicauc county, now wen mnrovca. when you sco our lino ot ii I THOS. II. JITTO, Urandenbunr, Ky is a great comfort for a Mason to know To bo sold at Privato Salo and WILL MILLER, that when he shakes off this mortal coll, should he not leave his family' sufficientT OST the East bound train Saturday, My !1 M. II. BEARD, Cuhler. jjiMn. a oiaca uatnmcic snawi uciurn 10 ly provided for, that they will bo propMrs, It. C. llabb.i(;e, Cloverport, and be re. f erly taken caro of his widow kept from O. W. UEAltD 1 wanfc'd. feeling tho pinches of cold nnd hunger, MORRIS ESKRIDQE Dire tor And other choice patterns in and his children fed, clothed ana educaJ R.M. JOLLY. HORSE SHOEING. ted morally, physically and mentally, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 0 look, If you want good Horse Shoeing, f , that thoy mnraake good and intellito Abner Uent, ha It tho bait In town, lor f gent citizens. hare tried him. Promptly at 0.25 p. m., everybody had Just received also a nice lino of On tlio Lots In tlio City of Cloverport. again collected nt tho Union Depot, and BROOKS, were soon safe aboard the cars speeding GOODS FOR SALE. down tho beautiful Ohio Vulloy, home- TERMS Of Salo mado known on tho ie, dwelling, good ar,' A good favor-abl- o pattorns for Hot Woathor. Elegant Home was reached at day of Sale', which terms will bo ward hound. PHOTO & ARISTO ARTIST vnnnir arsharil brarlnr now. and AVI Mrs and eyorybody exreasonable Will Mli'u to purchasers. ground, situated at Maitlnglr. pressed himself as being pleased with cheap for cash. Apply to tha unarignl" P. PRAIZE, CLOVERPORT, KY, the trip. Such a visit has but ono tenthe premises, or V. K. Darnas, IUrUlosVwiV CLOVERPORT, KY. ' Af fnr Warflnl.l TTnlrfi N. 13. To er&rj 20th ouitomsr for 1 dot. James Ilambleton, Cloverport. ' dency, and that is to tnako better men Ctllneti, a 16x20 Crayon Portrait. VUADl JW41A and women of all who make them. OLOVKWOUT, KY BSTMall ordore solicited. V e s t9 SELL GOODS YOU Can Bank On! SHOES In this line they are the leaders. Hoes, ri Hats, a.iid Clothing. v .911 Smart & Co., m Kl an! m CLOVERPORT, KY.. GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU. NEW AND FRESH HOT WEATHER Our Slock i$ tike & SfrekiR GOOBSl SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE 4 j H Bowmer & Hambietons Constant Motion Keeps Water st PANIC PRICES. HARPER, Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. Do You Appreciate the Advantage Commission Salesmen of Live Stock We Can't Find a Word fraOQBisa & TOTXTST LOTS Cloverport, Ky. in BANK Addition PUPLIC AUCTION HARDIUSBURG I !. "Point DTreland" -- Thursday, June 30. :- W. W. itore-hou- bed-tim- e, Sulzer's, v WVrijfflJ iM"i""""BI""l"PP-l-,,- l, "wlmij ( 00 j It Ioiplref CooMancj. , Tt.ere U no wv ill ttlo tvnrld that fiu can up confidence In ymir.hutirieftn cnun bulttl priM o iwlflh and, unci)y,!ilcrtl'n Judiciously, - public. Keep your nArocJ'liifore "V 5 tli ' i ; THE BREOKENRIDGE 'I CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892. AVERAGE MAN. Uxual Ick-- h : M 11 "W"7r""4 LkL M f ' W l c m rV 9 ' question In the mlncl of the jmerchid 'nlm itt'njcecss. The truly greet owe their iucccs to jncirclou'4vcrtitfii It AaTmUlngINUBia?MMj idiould.liavoiiio precedence fljM -- "1J roii VOL. XVI. AN A realistic ntory N! li jiirn t t, Without nny Biwb or Blory, With iitot)tlmi'ntiil lliuvllsht Ami mi llrownrk ilNplny, 'lkmt h Kr old iKiiornmus Who Htunover ri( h nor Mmoua, And ulio couldn't lu'nltutlio river, Aiwl w hu workiil out by Uiu day. Tho management of our business, wo aim first at the HIGHEST Quality And second ahnraof virtues, Atid w llli i tuoor tbrcu; He'd no fatal gift of bouuty, Hut an n crmre ncnito of duty, Ncltbtr very irood nor evil Just iilmut liku jou noil mo. And bo nn aicnvuT womnn, VcryW And ery human. JUKt alxwt llku KIwdcmt, With the A Tory common fellow Was thli Kbcnezcr Wcllor, ing room. "In u hurry going out of town a fow miles unexpectedly won't bo biwk. Got Griggs to look after things " for ma. "All right," Burton nnswercd, in blissful ignoraucoof tho arrangement Griggs had made with Daggs. Almost nt tho snmo moment tho,nlght clerk, who was in tho rear of tho busi ness oflico, was calling by tho telcphono: "Hello, thcro, Star ofiicol" "Well," said tho clerk, fumbling for his pencil, and makiug ready for a now Tu-tal- advertisement "That you, Baker?" "Yea, sir." il Nvithi-- r at the Cl Oft In lutrmony tho)'d utirhle. Often tliOy Mtiuld woKl unci uunbblo, llul tliey loviil uv'li other ilwirly. Anil tbey omldu't coutlniiu muL Nc er bod enoncu oo Mondny To Bupply tlw) Ihuko till Sunday, Nuvcr miulo enmit'li in April TonipiMrt tbi'iuHohwi In May; If tlioy worktxl Imnl In November, Tbey mut work luinl In very itimkI ttor U.ds waSjthe propriotor's'yoico. Ho popped into n drug store to spoak to tho ." night editor. It "What's that, Griggs?" It was the night editor. I got back earlier than I oxpectod, and run up to seo if ovorythlng is right. had Whafs this?" j with Griggs, ungjgs. "It's Griggs. Taint mine." It was A footstep Bounded near. Griggs. "I in fact, 1 waa detained lator than I oxpectod, Daggs, so just stepped nround to seo how you wcro getting on. That confounded speech of Miggloe' has run in my mind all night" ''Nothing else?" Burton nnd Daggs laughed. "Oh, I see it's in nil right" , Kentucky's Hundrod Years. is a curious fact, probably familiar to few peoplo nowadays, that while Vermont was tho first nqw State admitted to tho Union after tho adoption of tho Federal" Constitution Kentucky was really tho first whoso admission was authorized and provided for by Congress. Vermont was formed from part of tho territory of New York, with the consent of its Legislature, by tho act of March 0, 1700 whereas Kentucky was formed ironitho territory of Virginia, with like legismtivo consent, several months ear lier, by the act of Dec. 18, 178?. Again, tho application of the Commissioners of Vermont for admission into tho Union was "received on Feb. 9, 1701, whereas tho application of Kentucky's Convention had been received on Dec. 0, 1700. Finally jtho net of Congress admitting Vcriijont was approved Feb. 18, J7Q1, and tho act admitting Kontucky just n fortnight earlier, on Feb. 4; but while the former net was to tako effect on March 4, 1701, Kentucky was to bo "received and admitted" only on Juno 1, It 'v - ?i ? v THIRD STREET LOWEST 3 SlS m iii nui Wis lOh IMlK. R We 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 can fill Special promptly. attention given to EXCHANGE And tho course bruul of tomorroiv Wiw the luinl uork of tixluy. They worked on. urcw trny nnd ttraycr. Yet tliey never miulu lilm ina)or. And tJio pluckod no noviiil bonorn. And his uncoil still wcro hiiuUL Then the low! of jwirn itron- - weighty, And they dlwl when tlioy cro eighty. And tlioy put litem In thu urae)ard. And the) left them tlieru. That's nlL A rculNtleetory Without nny BUb or i;lory Yet this fellow Khuucrcr IteprcoonUi tbo human elan; Ills thu aeru(,'o (.luiro of ploasitro, Ills tbo nvcruco hick of lclsuri'. Ills tbo nverneo joy apt xorrow Of tbo common nvcriu,i mail. 8am Walter Fiwh In Yankee Itlado. MIGGS' SPEECH. ORDERS Every day in week. Wilt Respectfully, the IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KY. Griggs was washing himself, nnd wna In n hurry. Tho telegraph had run heavy all aftornoon: unnsniilly lieavy. "Nothing startling." Griggs said, when th6 editor" aakcl him how tho wires wcro working, "only tho nows bccius to pour in from nil quarters." Griggs was glad when supper titno camo. Ho had nn engagement tliat evening and anticipated pleasure Suddenly a chnngo cainb over Griggs' faea His hands, dipped into tho water to lavo his faeo and neck, wcro Withdrawn suddonly and placed on tho edgo of tho basin, as ho listened to tho voico of tho editor, who was standing at Grigg's desk. "Aro you thcro, Griggs? Hero's a dispatch from Ground Hog'a Glory. From Higgles. On his way to Poirpoy Stnttsh. Look hero n moment, Griggs." Griggs snatched at tho towel, dried himself as ho approached his room aci! faced tho editor, "Griggs, this is of tho very Hrst -M. Griggs' manner indicated earnest attention. "1 may tell you in coniidenco, Griggs that MigglcB' speech must go in tonight. No matter what olso is crowded out, on no account must you permit Wiggles' speech to bo abbreviated by so much as a lino, I would remain my- Ever before the l'ublie to Bolf, but 1 havo nn ongagoment that can't bo brokon ns important, in fact, ! as this speech of Migglcs', which is tho turning twint in tho canvass for tho district. A change of forty or fifty votes-y- es, John V. Wo have recently jiurohatod twenty nt Pompoy Smash, will Dnlgbt'i entire itnck of Clothing, Mutj, Griggs, I predict elect or dofeatMiim. Oent't. Mle' Shoes. We are de it will mako Sliggles." tormlned to do the builncu by "All right," said Griggs as tho editor loft his room. Ho was putting on his coat when Simmott returned. EVERYBODY. "Put a good head on it, Griggs someTo convlnco you we aro (loin it It and glto thing Unit mil catch tho oyo." Simmott u Writ Itloa nluu no aro uolng, will quote ft a tew prices. was moving uway tho second timo whon fa ho halted, turned bock, and dropping his voico said: "I may ns woll tell you. It will bo known soon anyhow. Migglos' For Men's lino aboos in Laco .1' worth $1.66 election moans a good dual, n vast deal, t, Tor Youth's fine ihocs In Lace and to mo. So keep n sharp lookout. See worth $1.50 that tho speech goes in all right no misFor Ladles' fine (hues In Lace and Hut takes or ridiculous errors." ton worth $1.50 "All right," said Griggs. Ho glanced For Ladles' fine shoes In 8rligtieel Tip $1.50 Ilultnn, worth at tho disiuitch Simmott had laid on his For Ladles' medium weight Chamois lindesk as tho editor and proprietor of TJiu ed , Lace and liutton, worth $1.50 Morning Star hustcned away. Then ho For Ladles' Uraln Lace nnd liutton, whistled up to tho composing room and worth $1.60 inquired if Daggs was there. Daggs was thcro, nnd in answer to Griggs' request hurried down, as by provious ngrecmont Fur Men's Russets fin shoes. "Seo hero, Duggs: we'vo a dispatch " " Full Stock Ilrngans. from Aligglcs. Ho has ordered, us to " Ladies' Fine Tip Oxford Tics. Don't full to see our print his speech tho speech fio will mako at Pompoy Smash this evening. Hero it is." Griggs pulled a drawet out, brought out three proof slips and llargaln Counter. Consists of Lndici' Fine Shoes. handed them to Daggs. "Now, ns you Late ' ' nro going to run this tiling tonight for " Cloth " mo, 1 want you to bo sure there aro no " Misssei' Fine errors in it I guou I'd best crack a You will to nurnrlied to see what ereat bar head on it for you before I go tho main gains you ran get. tiling is to oco that it goes in. That is Simmott'd impcrutivo orders. No matLinen Shadoa and Screens cheaper than over ter what in left out if tho president dies 75c. For Laco Curtains, Sold fur $1 25 you mustn't lcavo Migglcs' fijieecli out ' 75 " l.jl " " I'm sorry it bo happens I must bo olf to' 2.00 " " J.5II night, but it's nil plain sailing. You've " ' Scriini ,01 K ' " " " .10 run my desk often enough to know just ,0714 " DO whuttodo. That's nil, Daggs. I'll send 75 " Mlnuotto Shades " ' tho head up tako tho speech and givo it to tho foreman to get in hand at onco." When Daggs withdraw, Griggs sat Ilrass Fixtures VERY OHEAF. I " Wood down, dashed off a fow liues, looked at them, whirled them up tho elevator and went out. Ho was engaged; was to bo rt iin ii- - uoons - worin. wis .l J nin C ft r or ituito ft married in a fortnight, nnd as a matter 10 " " of courbo dismissed Tho 'Morning Star, " 20 ' different patterns of Kuiuroid-r- y Migglcs nnd his speech from his mind Twenty-fir- e beforo ho reached tho comer. What Suit, cheaper than ever told beforo. young man would not who wus on his way to his supper, with tho certainty of Tmda has been extra eood this Season, be enjoying nn evening with his uflluncod cause we bare the styles and prices to suit at tho theater? iererypne. Ilrlng your wool ami get some "Seo hero, Burton," snld Daggs, aa ho I of our great bargains. tho composing room hastily, "Griggs gavo rao imicrativo orders from Simmott to gst this in hand at onco. Best run it out first thing. Mind BRANDENBURG, KY. no matter what elso is left out MigTfm T. V. Humor uiihlccy sliould bo glcs' siiecch goes in." "All right," nnawurod Burton. Tho an oviry eiJcboard, Tim T. V. Hnrt)or wlilskoy uliould bo forcmu.ii took tho proof slips, clipped pieces, lit a them up into tweuty-onM bvery Mpl!cI?io chewt. TJto r. w. Ilarlior wlilskoy biiouki ho fresh cigar, and insido of ten mtnuUw Migglcs' speech was in tho hands of n every club. printers. Tho foreman waa Jlarper wiiJBkoyBliould bo tweuty-on- o Tho I. W. enjoying a minuto's rest, when a whistle it pv,oryJMr. And all of this becnuso it is the prlnco disturbed him. Ho roso and answered tho call. Tho Itlcal Kontitcky li!ttIos. "That you, Burton?" ael, Sold by "Yes what's wanted?" . Pt M. POPJtiAM, "It's mo," said n voico from tho count The Best Opportunity Save Money UNDERSELLING 98 Cents Ln-ll- Con-prc- ii Con-Rre- 75 Cents 50 Cent . Lace Curtains. Curtain Poles. "White iE $g ... G-ood- s. 4 Clothing. B lEO. YEAKEL&CO. o i V CLOVEKPORT, KV "No. sir." ZIPI ZIPI1 ZIP J "Well, tell him whon ho comes to seo rinST nAU.OrTIIECONOItKSSIONAI.CAMrAiail Griggs nt onco. Do you 'liear?" SET IN MOTION nVTIIR HAND OP "Yes, sir."' MANUFACTUREIIS OF ALONZO ADOLI'IIUS MIGGl.Ua "Havo given Griggs special orders. roitrcr smash in a nutzE or iwi'aiial- Tell him. Got tlrotT if.M.En enthusiasm. "Yes, sir. To toll Mr. Parker you've A Masterly anil'l-uclAnal) sis of tho Momon Uiu (Questions Involved In tholgsnoof Klven special orders to Mr. Griggs, nnd thoSovcnty-setcnt- h District. for Mr. Parker to bo euro nnd boo "Reads all right, Griggs," said Parkor, Griggs." "but if I had been here I'd havo left that "That's nil." Tho night clerk went to his desk nnd 'and' out if it was masterly, of coureo 1702, iLHiffi was soon immersed in his labors. In tho it must havo lecn 'lucid' see?" If wo further exam i no tho facta, wo "iV, I don't boo," said Griggs, upper story of Tho Star establishment find tiint Vermont camo in under a ConTvo1' thooreman was discussing in n desular-urWhatGri-g- s was going to Bay is lost stitution adopted during tho War of the Migtory wny Bigger's chancos against D to tho world, for nt that moment Editor llcyolution, on Dec. '2o, 1777. Thoro glos' for tho congressional plum." Simmott looked over their shoulders. was, therefore, no obstacle to the latter's "What sort of w plnco is Pompey "What is it, Parker?" Smash, anyhow, Daggs? Ever boon admission two weeks after the enabling His gazo was riveted doublo riveted, act became a law. Kentucky, on tho , thorer "No; but Griggs has. Thoro's n lot in fact on Tho Morning Star. His eyes fithcr hand, had not adopted n Constituworo held by tho tyjw ns tho poor bird is of moss backed Democrats over thcro when the net for her acceptance was tho sort that voto for Jackson and Van Enid to bo fascinnted by Uio Biiako beforo tion Burcn, and opposite thcro is another lot it dovours it. Thon ho slowly lifted his passed, nor did she do so until April 10, bf straight laced, Btiff backed Prcsbyto-rian- s hands. His mouth opened but no words 1702. The story of the founding of Kentupky uosurrender written all over 'em." camo from it His emotions ovcrpoworod Then Is ono of romantic adventure, in which "Anything?!! this speech of MigglcaT him, rendered him speechless. -thoro was a sound liko tho cracking of tho figures Blest if I know." of Daniel Iioono and Simon "What's tho point what makes him heavy paper, nnd tho torrent camo. For Kenton nro tho most prominent. Tho at least two minutes nnd n half possigo out to Pompoy Smash to firo off?" "Ohl Why, it's n mighty closo voto. bly a second more not ono of his auditors expedition of Boone in 1709 marks the Keop constantly on hand beginning of this stoiy; and when in you know. As near ns I can mako out. know what Simmott said. Then tho blizzard of ndjectives les- tho summer of 1775 ho and a score of his a largo stock of , tho idea is to ticklo tho ieoplo thcro to honor them with tho 0cniug speech to sened to a galo, from a galo to a spank- follow pioneers sot up a new colony, havo tho pooplo talk about tho speech ing breczo, from a steady broezo to tho which ho called "Transylvania in Arner- Migglcs niiulo nt Pompoy Smash. A gust that tosses tho leaves between tho en" the basis of tho now State was real hundred votes, ono way or tho other, fitful raindrops. "Didn't you got my messago, Parker?" ly laid,, But many obstacles were to bo will sottlo it; everybody knows that" "I was not hero; was nway all night." encountered in its development. Al "I see," said tho foreman. though their personal trials and wants "You you got it, Griggs?" Then ho turned around, nnd lifting "No, sir. I was olf, too I got Daggs wcro enough to occupy them, the piohis voico said in tones that could be to run my desk." heard by nil in tho composing room: neers Bignalizcd their hearty participaSimmott groaned. Daggs looked liko tion In tho revolt of their country against "Boys, pull out on Migglcs speecli. 1 a boy caught in tho act of stealing a want to get it in early." ;,t) British rulo by naming their camp in the Then thcro was silenco in tho compos- melon. wilderness Lexington, after tho first bat"Did you got ray message, Daggs?" ing room. tle of tho Revolution, nnd within two "Yes, sir; but" Tho wires worked well that night "Stop! I won't hoar a word," said Sim- months after that battle occurred. AcTho night was a rcj.otition of tho day. cordingly, they found themselves engagDaggs was tip to his eyes in nows from mott. "Yes, you will, Mr. Simmott," said ed in vigorous campaigning throughout all quarters. "Nothing stunning," nshe called up to tho foreman; "just n steady Griggs, with a white face but resolute lho"wnr, against tho Indians whom the CLOVERPORT, KY glut of slush from all sources that could cyo. "Your orders wero imjicrative. I British employed as their allies, and bo chopped off uny ploco and novcr bo told Daggs 60. No matter what camo, Boonesborough itself, was at one timo ho was to print Migglos' speech." missed." Tho calm that ensued was much mora besieged. uJYhon anowspapor ofHcoisinorder it's . Politicial troubles also beset tho now 'surprising how" smoothly everything impressive and disagrccablo than tho runs. Tho Morning Star was run on a blizzard that precoded It. enterprise. At first nn attempt was "Let mo seo tho mossngq." sound system; so thorough that although Daggs brought it out, and Simmott Jnade to establish a proprietary governtho proprietor and oditor, business manment, under tho authority of a deed from ager and telegraph editor wero absent turned it over in nn abscntrainded wny tho Cherokecs to Col. Ilonderson, toin his hand. tlioy did not seem to bo missed. , gether with actual occupancy. A House "What is wrong, Mr. Simmott Along about 3 o'clock in tho morning Tho editor gave tho night oditor ono of Delegates, eighteen in number, from Daggs thought ho would run upstairs onco mora nnd seo how tho speech looked glance. It Bpoko volumes. tho four stations, was selected, and pro"Nothing nothing only Migglcs was vision was made for n second governing in typo. "Looking for Migglcs' speech?" asked delayed; did not get to Pompoy Smash body, a council of freohold residents. at all. Consequently ho did not mako n tho foreman. "Thcro it is threo 4D o npeech. His cousin, Bill Carruthcrs, But Virginia neither as a provinco nor Daggs glanced over tho form. f was met mo and told mo ho telegraphed us as a State rccognizod these proceedings, not tQ print Tills will defeat him. Tho nnd Henderson's title was undoubtedly all right "You read tho proof I sent it down papers will never lot up on it. Tho poo- lacking in validity, although ho subseplo nt Pompey Smash will never forgivo quently secured compensation from Virto you or, rather, tho revise" "I looked at it I guess it's all right," Migglcs for making them ridiculous. ginia on tho ground of having extinand Daggs returned to his desk, whist- It's bad enough to ossumo that his bal- guished tho Indian title. Virginia or- ft) derdash could iuliuenco them or turn a ling. to palm off a speech on ganized tho whole tract as tho county of voto. Just then a messenger laid n fresh dispatch on his tabic Daggs glanced at tho public ho nover mado at Pompo Kentucky nnd mado provision for its adtho clock. "Two fifteen." Ho handed Smash or anywhero else. Migglos is ministration. ruined now and forever." The trials of Kentucky did not end tho boy back his book after acknowledgIt was true. A hundred Morning with the acknowledgment of American ing tho receipt of tho messago, and began to wldstlo again as ho toro it open. Stars were flying to Pompoy Smash with Independence, since conflicts with savWill bo sent to any address Daggs' lips retained their position, but Miggles' great effort as tho oditor spoke": ages continued ; and then followed litigaThcro was war along tho lino Mr. from now until January 1st, no Bound escaped them. Tlw messago tion relating to land titles, which fell cents. 189H, for twenty-flvwas from Pompoy Smash, and contained thrice ten days. Not a man In Pompoy Smash voted for Miggles. Thoro was jieavily upon some of tho hardy pioneers Campaign year is now at four words: war in Tho Morning Star ofilco, but and impoverished Boono himself. Then "Don't print Migglcs' speech." hand ; you must keop posted there woro difficulties in government! Daggs was dumfounded. Ho rushed pcaco camo over it speedily and calmed nnd tho way to do so is to for tho capital of Virginia was 500 miles, to tho pipo; ho was going to call to tho tho disturbed elements liko n doso of away nnd a range of mountains Interven-d- , read THE COMMERCIAL uoothing sirup. foreman, when ho bethought himself. so that at length, in 1784, n Conven-io- n tho only truo exponent of Tho editor, Parker, Griggs everyHo turned tho dispatch up to tho light. was held nt Danville, with n viow to protection and sound cur It was filed at 8:30. What did it mean! body had tho good senso to boo nnd ac- obtaining recognition of Kentucky as a rency in tho South. Thcro was an initial nppendod what it knowledge it wus a concatenation of j'tato of the Union. In npnenls at law tho execution of military orwas ho could not mako out Possibly i. circumstances unavoidablo in tho best nndalso-ir SEND FOR A SAMPLE regulntcd families, and today, whon ders these drawbacks of delay and cost COPY : was a ruso a trick of tho opposition. anything whimsical or humorous stirs were Very marked. Tho next yenr two Ho ran up stairs and luid tho mysteriTho Star, Simmott or Parker or Griggs, pthcr Conventions wero held for tho ous messago down beforo tho foreman. And oxamlno it carefully "What do you think of that, Burton?" his partners, will rofer to "Miggles" - tamo purpose you will bo suro to subscribe. But tho question what to do with tho "I don't think anything. There's only Great Effort" David Lowry in Pitta- great West was too broad and important Address all letters and mako burg Bullotin. ono meaning it Bays plainly, 'Dou't print in its national as wpll as State bearings all checks and Migglcs' speech;' and hero wo nro print' for immediate determination. Virginia Ono l'orm of MnrrluRO Ceremony. orders payable to ing it." timo with creatTho following Is a south western Mis contented horself for a In "Well, but Griggs' orders vcro to ing somo new counties her District of LOUISVILLE PRESS CO print it, What ruado Simmott lo eo par- souri form of marriairo cercmonv: "Bv Kentucky, and taking other temporary U' ticular nbe'ut this speech? Why, ho must tho authority YcetocLin mo as a squiro in fetops. In 1787, howover, sho began to hnvo suspected a trick. Anyhow my tho state of Missouri; by tbo golden uclus provide for tho establishment of the dis- f LQUISVILLE, KY. of com and wheat that wavo to and from trict as a State on certain conditions, inorders nro imperntivo." great "Tako my odvieo no, I'll havo to con- tho gcntlo summer breczo; by tho find- cluding, of course, the consent of Congress, which consent was not obtained at that aro continually sult Parker, Ho's night oditor, and he droves of stockto tho different markota of tho date specified. Still, with tho plan ing their wny is tho man to decide" world; by tho monotonous song of pneo under consideration it was only a . Tho foreman whistled to tho counting tho tho cat on tho backyard fence, and by mestion of timo when it should be room: and the final Btops wero Boils, "Mr. Parker thoro? Send him up at tho pumpkin vino whoso climbing ten akon nt drils sliauo tho entrance of n summer nentioned.tho successive dates already onco." by tho whole earth and Bea and kitchon; "Not hero." Kentucky was fully fitted for Stateall that is in thorn, I pronounco you man hood, and the census of 1700 had shown Black HeaJs, "Where is he' "Hasn't been hero tonight Thought nnd wife, and may tho Lord havo mercy h population of inoro than 73,000 people " on your bouIs." Yankee Blade. n her nine counties, including 12,000 , ho was up thoro." colored persons, bond and free. Accord"Do you know anything aboiit thii Candy Htorei ami Suvlngii Ilanki. WomostnUhaTO now, rich blood, which ingly, when sho entered tho Union she speech of Migglos', Rikor?" It mulillv mndo by that remarknbln nronar. Tho funds in tho school savings banks became entitled to two membors of tho Ktion.Dr. LlHISIT'fl MFB0VX3 BLOOD SllSft&C t "No; never heard of it" much mora rapidly if House of Representatives. Her first t For ilia Bloody euro of Bcrofala, Watting, 1 "Look around see if thoro's a noto or would iucroaso confectiouora could bo Induced to locate Constitution granted citizenship to free I Mercurial Disease. Frnntlnnt. KrvInlajt-- f ftftmnwk Vllnl UHM n vijl ArAe 1iwIIaaIam U( messago thoro for mu anybody I" IIUII ilAAAtt 'off tho direct nvonno to public schools. whites 21 years: old who had resided In J Uliwl blood. Hint oui tuuiuatiuu u 4PUD( Dr. Llslur'l Blwd EHroHr la tbo A minute elapvxi In tho State for' npon. at rumouj (As it is, tho child vftio Bafely runs tho one county for a year or DnwRlsteisllit. "Nothing horn." wo years. In tho Legislature tho Repgantlot of all tho snechurino temptaTHE SELLERS MEDICINE COi bo chosen yearly, "Here's a pretty kottlo of llflh," Bald set in his dally path and deposits resentatives wcro to . .PlTTSBUROH. tA. tho foreman, turning to Daggs, "What tionspounios intact in tho school bank; but tho Senators only onco in four years, his of electors chosen am I to do You've got precious littla will mako a citizen who may perhaps lo and then by a collego timo to decide. In or out which is iti trusted witli the funds of n larger bank for thot purpose and also for selecting I can chuck tho form full of miscellany nt some later day. Boston Common- the Governor, who was to hold ofilco during a liko term, Tho first session of ' wealth. and Btuff lying over hero in or out'" tho Legislature was held at Lexington, "Obey orders If wo break thaowncr" then tho chief town of tho State, on Bald Dagga, with Nttpoloonliko decision. 4, 1702, threo davs after ifs admisA pain in tho sido or back nnd spots June Ton minutes later tho forms were in Y, Sun- sion into tho UnIon.--tho collar, and twenty minutes aftti on tho face indicate kidnoy nnd liver disthat Migglos' Biieeclrcs woro thrown out order, Mr, Geo. V. Eckcs,t Lorentzt W. on tho foldora by hundreds. Daggs wont Vn., flays ; "I had kidnoy "trouble for down to tho pressroom, brought up .a over two years. Have tried different handful of papors, returned to tho kinds of kidney medlcino, but got no roChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. and luid thorn down beforo ll of. I was not nblo to rido horseback', BHfllw til vl Burton. to attend to my busnnd scarcoly able "Looks all right, Burton." Ms!' Tho foreman pickod tho paper up, iness I commenced using Llghtuing When Baby mi tick, w gare her Catori. held It in his hand a moment, gluncing Kidney and I.ivor ftempdy, nnd boforo I When the wa a Child, the cried tor Castor!, over it with a critical eye, thon luid U had usod pno bottlo I began to improve When aha became itiia, tbo clung to CoatorU, down. I have, taken four or flvo bottles and am When ahohad CUldren, the bto tlwra Cattori. "A pretty good first page. Tho head most cured." Forsalobyall doalere. it You can pop a, head on looks first rate. 1 d "Parker thcraP "Migglcs' speech, delivered pver nt i ompey oilman, bit. ounuiuik uvu ukj special oruers to goi u in tonigui. Griggs hold a paper up nnd rood: PtAJIIG MILL. 1&&M jmA .i..' lvF.y LOUISVILLE'S GREATEST aHtT.J iTur CLOTHING HOUSE. iiiff'E QQUIaffiA ( riv, THE NEW HOUS tft.i.nil m mm To bo built on tho oltf qornefy u OtJR OUT-OF-TOWN THIRD & MARKETS "inil h T" T ..!' t .a ? fy P' iV Wteiw 30 FRIENDS Arc now invited to visit us in Tomponj- ry Quarters, 321 "West Market, between ijiiuru anu rourin, ioriii stuo. wo win romain hero until Feb. t893, when we gp back to our old corner and into our new house. And In tho mean time bua ,iness must be done on tho "Frprn - hand principle. Wo 11 always bo crowded for room, nnd will havotoshovp out stock as fast ns it, comes in. Our motto must be : mn LOUISVILLEr!T ivw.'fc'y"! vi GREATEST "Keep Moving" CLOT KIN Souse. N, -- Third Street Planing Mill, And we proposo to live up to it by a continuous system of "Moving" prices'. Wo must buy as many goods as over and wo must sell them. So we'll tnko no chances. Don't como to Louisville without paying us a visit. Order by mail if you can't come. M5 ". r. - fir HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO East Main St., col-urns- ." 2S:&5' 2 5 e. -:- e:LTQ-x:r:E!S From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL Tj, P;:?C2&!S'C&::I It's-wors- The Weekly Louisville Gommercial o . k..' BUSINESS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, . Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leathor Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulloyp, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. " PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. Correspondence solicitod. . H n GIYH ) TJS .A. V .i j. MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Regular and Roliablo W Vost-olllc- o FURNITURE SEWING PICTURE DEALER MACHINES,' jj jt!2:!r&&f33tfgfri&' t, Is always on hand with a full stock, including Fiinp, Mpi Coffins, Burial Caskets, FRAMES, on. TRIMMINGS, j3 him and ascertain, prices beforo purchasing.olsbwherq.v' Ho meand just what ho says, Ho ?ckhnot ou unuurauiu. "B-" fc Always call $'' aifc ?.M - , 1 M, HAMMAN. OTA I JUJ lVli'Will, A. r& J i Louisville Institute, FOR THE m IPli ggns r'"rifir'M' LIQUOR HABIT . CURE OF THE 1008 Tirst St., Bet. Jacob & .Colligd Sti., touisTillKy; .. , DJg.SflMUBL-H.GfllRViN"MflHrtOER.- T1lf ""ompunr tonlt of Tito. l Barrett, I.iM, Atherton, John II. ltkori. Q, H, Mpo. simH UHA4, " . McCUrty,B.tK.I'r,ChrUIr".JohoMii,Jud(r.tBlhThoB.lo, u nL Prtnffofr, rH...VJr,j J M JVa ."JiilVV Tirv- - K i. ' ' . " '"TV '' :xr W.'Lf.'..lRWJWL'"-"'w"v aapPTTf t - ',Ps." . lTgWWMMKWtJfahp v .' , ' , &4lHEi, t;.- iiyi ,. - an -- iiuh flBBJIIiiWi liriMn'i yryniygi' i-7- Vi , . in i 'F. ifM r JH'i,mpoMynwnw"iil i . V!' - V 3KENRIDGE JEWS. 1892. )KWDAy, JtfNKlG, X STORIES, Ex- - By Llvo Kontucky changes. a rough and uncouth spectmon from Vormont, re pal rod to his room about renoes of a Week, Crowdedinto 11 o'clock ono night to perform theso ritcfl. Thoro weio seven of tho til Spaco As They Have Ap Including mysolf, 'and we peared From colloctcd In tho corridor outside thd freshman's door. In order to be JL OVER THE STATE. In our cntranco, nt a glron signal wo hurled oureolrcj against the feelivlllo now linsn free delivery of A man named Ratcllfl' had planned nn portal and burst It in, I recull a ing of pride as tho door went in at tho elopement with a Miss Gaddlo in Lame success of this first st;p, but nothing Aycr'fl Sarsflparilla, tint! do not county, and a man named Thompson, n distinctly afterward. frjend of RatclifT, was sent to steal tho "In tho dim roliglous light that ly other. Sold by nil druggists. girl and bring her to n neighboring sifted through tho curtains from tho Southern Preabytorinn thurch school houso. This Thompson succeed- swinging moon wo beheld a long, biurnpd at Shclbyvillo Inst winter ed in doing, nnd RatclifT failing to meet sparse, and mengor being who flow out Ho was silent us. rebiiili. them, tho ruffian took advantage of tho of bod and foil Upon as but quick nnd foroclous Hiram Davis, an old and re- - girl's situation and criminally assaulted as a bulldog,novcr snvr nin such a creature. a cat I Driver man, died at Ashland, aged lier. If caught ho will bo hanged withTho whole affair did not last 10 minutes, r yours. out Judge or Jury. and its close found myself and tho othor hazors and bruised nnd out in iKveryljody admires beautiful hnir, nnd It is a fixed and immutablo law that tho halLbattorod frery one may possess it, by using Ayer s to havo good, sound health ono must " thought ono man inhnbltod lair Vigor, Keeps tho hnlr soft, pliant, havo pure, rich and abundant blood. that'Iroom,' saidonly a sorrowful sophomore lid glossy. There Is no shorter nor surer route than as he fell of his various featured in an effort to measuro tho distance so far as 'Martin (Hardin, an unclo of by a courso of D$ AVitt's.Sarsaparllla. 'General P. Wot Hardin, died nt Sold by Short A IlAynes", Cloverport, and ho, personally, was nflcetod. 'Tlioro aro ut least 10, for I counted thorn, to say years. anfcfort, aged sovonty-si- x Beard & JJeelcr, Hardinshurg. nothing of tho largo African gorilla 7tn. F. Lambert, who attempted to Auston Porter, tho man that murdered which throw mo out, and which I take ,Wt a $50,000 check cashed "at thoLouis- - his wifo wlillo asleep in bed at Willard, It thoy maintain pot' "Thoro was lip ono in there, however, .HbBank was, thought tot bo crazy, and Ky., was takon out of tho Grayson jail excopt that one'Vermonter, and ho did i arrest eu. nnd hung. Porter and his wifo had been Gray and faded separated for a year. Ho asked her to not even attempt to cJose the door after iTPrestol Change us, such was his contempt for our made to asaunio their original return to his roof with the threat that ho prOwoss. Buckingham's, Dye for would kill her if sho refused. Because jr by applying "We did not go back Into lite room. lWhiskers. It never fails to satisfy. of past cruelties sho did refuse, and ho Wo could havo gono, of coilrac, but wo l&JIeavy rains in Mason county did entered her bed room by a window when saw that It would consume a grout deal "much damage. Tho Btrcams all ovor- - sho was asleep and stabbed her to death. of " tlmo and tho hour was lata I said as 'Say, you Vermont iii their banks and bridges were Ho was hanged on a railroad bridge we woro about to leave, manf you aro 'I liust .1 ia)ial ott'Or. near whoro ho had committed tho das- not moan enough to report this to tho IWUOXV faculty?' stable on A. J. Alexander's stock tardly deed. " 'Not at all,' ho said. I like it Como i In WoDdford county was consumed Such littlo complaints as heartburn, again any time yon plonso.' ro. Nine vuluablo trottora perished headache, tootacho, sour stomach, etc., "Another time," continued tho rncon-tou- r, iRe flames. Loss $75,000. are not often fatal, but very annoying. "a party of us had been ouWi thnt rly Risers, Early Itlsors, Uarly Itis-th- o AH such troubles are quickly cured by sacred night, Halloween, tearing oil famous little nills for const i Da- - Lightning Hot Drops. Mi;. A. C. Rayner gates and signs, nnd othoiwlso disport. side lififulncho. dvsnensia and nor- ing ourselves after tho fashion of ooilo.ro afu'sness? For sale by Short & Haynes, Shops, W. Va., says r "1 have been We had youth tho world around. Eivnmort. and Beard A Bceler. liar- - flicted with heartburn and sour stomach brought about a cord of broken etoro Inshur);. for four vcars. Found no relief until I room to Jim liar xiiopcieiuvruor-o- i iiiuenuuna iieiu used Lightning Hot Drops. I can hon- signs upburning Martin's in his nnd were big firethem merrily lliolr State Convention at Mavsville. estly say that Lightning Hot Drops has place Tho cecemouloH wore at their J elected All dealers sell it. height when two or three professors, exStato ollicers and transacted cured mo entirely." cited to the movement by indignant 25 and 50o. bottles. "other important bnsbiess. townspeople wl060 signs being ravished dun. snlritlcss and stunid ! if vour At ono of the Rev. George O. Barnes' had followed us to the college gnto, wl is thick and sluggish j if your ap-- evangelical meetings at Somerset, Mrs. rapped loudly nt the door for ndinlssinn. is capricious' and uncertain, you William Vickery cowhided Mrs. Sallio Something had to bo done, ns it would in tho nnd ,a barsaparilla. lor best results Brown. Mrs. Brown is a young, beauti- never do to letovldencce professors girilt ol our )o Witt's. Sold by Short & Hay- - ful and dashing widow and Mrs. Vickery thoso broken around. Qlovcrport, and Beard & Beeler charges her with alienating the affections , "A mnn by tho name of Jack Ncsblt, illusburgi of hor husband and with writing loving now n Stato senator in Nebraska, was iiarlio Kteo and Will Hayden. two letters to him, ono of which sho found in equal to tho pinch, however, "It was a rulo of the colloo thnt no lored men, wcio plowing fa a field in his pocket. Tho parties all belong to tho Somerset 100, and it struck society like") profefsor should bo donled entrance to surbon county, when thoy took shelter a room, no mattor tho hour, unless tho Jer a treo out of n thunder storm. a cyclono, Mrs. Vickery's husband took occupant was engaged In prayer. In tho next train north, buying a ticket for ovent of tho present progress of, this ghtning Btruch tho tree, and both vcro Kansas City, and Mrs. Vickery was roliglous exercise, the professor was I'robably tho greatest camp meeting arrested. Mrs. Brown expected to go mado to wait until the 'amen,' and could In nowlso complain. ver held in tho Stato will bo held joon with Mr. Vickery, but ho failed to call "At tho flist tap Nedblt broko Into Station in Estill county. There for her. WW prayer. In a loud sonorous to no ho sought uiQicy for himself and his comIfin a seating capacity arranged for panions. Continuing, he belonguorcd tho people. A Philosophical Family. throno of giaco in behalf of tho collouo, Amelia hu plmplcc, anil sorct in the head, truly believe Do Witt's" Little as woll as' tho profossora, singly and 1'rom liutnnri frovn red; ra a body. fiJtisers to bo tho most natural,' Shc' n boil oninternal her nnschns as a hell, Next tho students nil her neck thnt is Mr t efWttivo, most prompt and cconc-camo in for notice by name, and in bulk, )!ut in other respects she is doing quite well. ical pill for biliousness, indigestion and as well as ovory attache of the place to And pa has dyspepsia, malaria and gout, tactlvo liver, Tor sjiIo by Short & Hay Ills hands with arc all broken out! the small poison who cleaned TTnlves He is prone tofheumatics that make his legs and forks in tho kltchon. No pno was es, Ulovorport, and Beard & Beeler, Then Ncsblt Slighted or overlooked. swell, .ftrdinsburg. Hut in other respects he is doing quite well. wentjfor tho Government, and prayed Vi Col. A. Harrison, a wealthy citizen of And ma h.is and a troublesome for tho nation at largo; then tho Presiowib county went to Cincinnati to have dent and his pressing needs wro cough, good time, and ho had it. Ho got That all of our doctors can't seem to drive ofl"; named, and Divinity was pleaded with J'bllin" drunk, fell in with a couple of She wakes every night and coughs quite a sped, for thoir fulfilment; tlicn all ofthe deState, partments and various ofllcors liicgro wenches and got "touched" for Ilut in other respects she is doing quite well, Thoro is nothing like philosophy to and when thoy woro exhausted all tho 4215. help ono bear tho ills of life, but'in tho States beginning with Mslno and endItafciA band of nowspaper' thieves have caso of this family what is most needed ing with California wore Interceded for. tho papers of subscribers is a good supply of Dr. Pierce's Golden After this Jack nont to Europo, and :Vthoy wore thrown into tho yards of Medical Discovery. It would cleanse beginning with England rolntod the wyport citizens, Soveral arrests havo Amelia's bad blood, euro pa's ailments, necessities of each govornrnent, and sought their satisfaction. From there benmado. nnd check ma'a cough. Tho "Golden lie wont to Asia, to Africa, then to "Bright pcoplo nro tho quickest to ro- - Medical Discovery," by its action on the South America, mid so on, nntll lio was cognizc a good thing and buy it. "Wet liver, cleanses tho system of impurities. dr.Ifting among (ho Islands which dot sell lots' of bright people the Littlo Early It cures humors", "ulco'r boils', scrofula, tho Seuthorn seas. Moanwhllo tho rvst Clio icisers. II you aro not bright theso pills erysipelas, nnd nil kinds of of us turnod stokdrs, and crowded signs Into tho fireplace, where thsy will mako you $o, Sold by Short & Hay sores nnd swellings. Tho only guaranroared and leaped almost to tho limits nes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, teed of n general eonflagratlon. Just as Jack ?JIftrdinsburg. wes landing at Auckland tho last splintor went up in smoho and tho disA band of and gusted professors woro lot la The ho&-po- n Mountain Llinm Qalor. thieves In Monroo, Metcalf, and On thd last trip of L. El. Onskill Ink) tho prayer must have boon almost an bout kimberland. counties has been broken region about Sun Franelsqnito bay, on long, and as the teachers fllod In Ncsblt tho gulf coast, ho saw lions and lynioa closed with somo quotation from 8t a lagellior, arrested tho parties and lodged and wildcats enough to stock a big Mark whiel) rotors to thoie who, sign, shall find It not " them in jail. In ono canyon, whoro his party Since Lexington lias put down several was encamped, tlio burros wandored oil miles of brick pavomont a bicyclo fever and Mr. Uaftkill started to find- - them. UxjiortH Dlnugrco an tu n H100 llunh Note. When about half n mllo from tho camp wfim. Btruch tho place, and many of the ho hoard thorn coming tearing1 dowi A $100 bank bill Is causing a good deal iraiuo uiiu uuiius oi jhuo urass may now ahead of him as If the Old Nick himsoll of discussion among bank tellers nnd ho seen gliding smoothly over tho vitrifi was uftor them, unci they dasjicd or government officials. As to whothor it ed strceta. down toward camp. Ho know that some is good or bad thoro Is n difforonco of wild beast had them, and nl-- opinion. It is a truth in mediclno that the though unarmedfrightened on In tho hope. Tho hill tnrnod np nt tho Illinois Trusi ho went smallest doso tiiat performs the cure is nnd Savings bank u few days ago. Tellof getting a glhnpso. Do Witt's Littlo Early RisOrs er Cooper thought It a good bill nnd tHebost. When ha had gono a hundred yards arathe smallest pills, will, perform tho further nnd bjfd climbed on to a largo showed It to other exports. It purported cure and aro the befit.- - For salo by Short table rock ho was astounded to seo four to havo been fcsuod by tho First National PAIIay"Cfl, Cloverport, and Beard & Reel-to- r, full grown mountain lions not woro bank of Boston. To settle tho question than sixty foot ahead of him, nnd thoy tho bill was taken to tho unbtrensury. Hardinshurg. seemed to have scon him first, nnd wero Receiving Toller Schoonlngor prononncd ,Ilfa fight in Owen county, bolweon looking straight ut him. Mr. Gask(ll it bad and punched tho word couutorfeit , yviuto anu AbDott lainilies, Joe remembers distinctly that his hair stood in it as is customary. Thoro aro fow counterfeit f 100 bank Pick Abbott got shot in tho neck, and on end, if over a man's did, but ho bills known to bo In oxlstonco, and thnt Dim M. Wlilto got his head mashed doesn't remember nil )ho mlimfo details vlth h rock. They will probably both of Ids retun to cnmpTTqrilj' f hat ho got of tho First National of Boston is one thoro muy prontd," ' Ho 'dnd his partnor of tho best. In $100 bank bills, nt the (lie. . ' took rifles and went after tho lions, but loft is u plctnroof Commodoro Porry A Republican primary olection at Hen- - thoy UM gono. Thnt night tho burros and his men in a rowboat on Lako Erio ' dricks, Magoffin county, broke up in n wcro lutd unusually Bocuro, but thoir just as tho commodore is about to utror tho inomorablo words, "Wo havo mot ll fight, in which .Robert Pat occasional snorts nnd efforts to broak tho onomy, and thoy nro ours." Injjon-nin- o awhy Indicated that tho wild nnlinals rick was shot and killed by Joseph Hlg-ginbills wntor is seen to bo dripping wero after moat A blazing firo kept and Elijah Duncan was knocked them at distance; from both sides of an oar suspended a down nnd probably fatally injured with Mr. GuskiU states tlmfc tho Moxicarw above tho water. In tho counterfeits a rock. I). B. Green had an car torn off. " and Indians living" 6n that part of tho tho water drips from only ono sldo of tho oar blade Tho bill in question had "Lato to bed and early to" riuo will" peninsula aro in mortal dread of moot- a drip on only ono sldo, it ia claimed, aling a lion, as the boasts nro in n conshorten the road to your homo in tho stantly famished condition, and havo though tho bill was so much worn thnt skies," "But early to bed and a "Littlo boon known to follqwuion for hours, it was difficult to dotennlno that point. Early Riser,1; the pill that makes life waiting a fnvorablo opportunity to It was tho main point on which Mr. lonieer and better and wiser. Sold by pounco.upon theiu, Lower Onlifornlan. Schoeningor bases his decision. Tollers genorally think tho bill is good fcnort waynee, uioverport, and Beard inspitoof the decision of thq receiving ' A JJeder, Hardlnsbura."" ''April Bhowors niako May ilowors.' toller of tho subtreasury, it lias been Leaving babhMdndoofgtepB i8gttini? and wet feet mako bad coldsr but Light- sent to Washington .for a final decision. Chicago Tribune. to b quite a fad in Lexington. The last ning Cough Drops wjll euro any cough, ne, which makes.tiie fifth one that has hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, ' lioen )o'ftsQA dlffereht steps within While a workman waa rfjwlring an the Zenia, W. Va., says : "Lightning Cough few weeks, w found at ilje front Drops ia something wonderful. I do not outbuilding in "Winchester, Ind.a flaw lht days ago, he found natter ope of, door of J, T, Pitchai Jwsidenoa. It was think there, is any mwliclne in the world an oonttnlnjr al old handed oyer to th County Judge wlro that will give better sfttisfaotion. JAVill in gold' tin moatirR. 99.00 ooln, i;apt, ,BfllyBoyce; who. do all claiiiiod for it." AH de.nl era sell dollar, pfcoesv No oo knowirl m whom awed irorer-tthe trMu0 bplongwd, , It. ' . x Two young dudes from Cincinnati went over tb a Newport, picnic, on it mashing tour. They caught up wltlf: a cotiplo of easy and susceptible yQifng damsels, antt when it camo time to go homo two yohng Nowiwrt toughs whq had brought tho ladies (?) to tho picnic appeared upon tho scene. A fight ensued and tho dudes wont homo with black eyes and bruised faces, wlillo tho toughs went homd with the girls. Mrs. L. R. Patton, Rockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I can rccommond Do Witt's Snrsaparllla, n euro for impure blood and gcnoral Sold by Short & Haynes, Clov-por- t, nnd Beard & Beeler, Hardinshurg. hazino ran rtAZKKs. A Vcrmonttr nnd Another, Now n Satisfy tor, tVho Were ttqunl to Kmfirgeiicten. g "Talking of hnzlng," snld a university club man tho othor evening in tho hearing of a Knnsas City Star roiwrtor, "I'm hero with somo omphasU nnd accent to I was Bay It Is not always a succoss. with a party of students onco who, having set their academic hoarts on hazing aa Another Mew Smoko Preventive, James Murphy, a Clilcngoau, Is tho latest to como forward with a smoko consuming dovlco. Rather, though, is it Mr. Murphy's plan to provent smoko, and this ho seems to do very effectually by a patent nrrnngement which ho places on boilers and stoves. It Is tho idea to catch and burn tho gases that aro liberated from tho coal boforo thoy form tho smoko. Tho smoko Itself, tho Inventor Bays, cannot be burned after It has onco boon formed, so ho burns tho gases. Tho principlo is that of taking air up from tho ashpit in a furnace through firo clay pipes to a hot air chnmlicr nbovo tho grato bars. From hero it is thrown from nil four sides of tho grato through a thrco-qunrtInch space which is loft open nil around tho tiro, the spaco being partially lodged over with n "lip" that throws tho air across tho furnace Tho distribution of this hot air equally over tho firo catches tho gases from tho coal boforo thoy aro formed Into smoke and ignites and burns thorn. Thus ouly nbout 20 per cent, of tho usual amount of smoko contains no carbon, is not dirty at all and is whito instead of sooty. Mr. Murphy demou-strate- s tho principlo of his device in n stovo, whore tho results aro moro easily 60cn. Tho stove is fitted with throo liro clay pipes on each sldo to condnct the nlr. Tho stovo bnnis any kind of coal or coko and from, none of them can any emoko bo seen to nriso. Tho stovo makes its own draft from tho uirshaft Tho flamo burns iuwaid and closo to tho tulddlo of the gralc. An examination of tho chimnoy shows no smoko going up. Now York Telegram. Tho Good County Bonds. Tho county road subject is receiving a great deal of attention in tho periodicals just now. It is a gonoral Biibject In which every community in tho hind, urban nnd rural, is cstiocially interested. Out of agitation often comes the truth, clean nnd sparkling as tho diamond comes from tho fiery convulsion of nature, nnd wo may reasonably look for vast improvements in our road system in tho years just nhead. Ilenderbon Journal. t ( K1HQ .. RDE 1?7B, rreord J:no Mre nl I'ngnr 'Jtipti, hrcler Jtr.at, I'llnra Edward i"ilt, l. mote Irom 1 10 to,2:,tn; sire nl tlio dams of Advance King Kussell J;M, and of the tires of Utile Archer (4 y,o) 2:13, and 4 more better than 2:30. BELMONT 64. trt . .. Nutwood birr r.f Fred Allliiif (p) 2:IHV, WrdKrwmHl i.i't. Viking U7 Sons bate l'i; and M oilier. In In 2:S; m dsulilers have 87 1i 2:); tn"ll dtscci.danis In i:30 II-- 41.1. Tlir gitate.t sun ol Abditlah IS,, who, all things considerrd, was tlie yreaieit son ol llamblctuuiao 10. r.i. ... descrndantt in 3M all things conM errd.the grcsic.t on of Ilan.blttonUn M. BBItE, by Mamhrino Chltf II Dam of Utlmont, 41.1 dricrndanta In 1:39; Mc urdv'a )ImbleionUn M:JHi, tire of lj In 1 80; Sattacut. tin? of 1'iuspcr Merimt t.it. grandam of Mayenne, dam of Crescendo MIMI I'ancoast 2.2IK. sire of Pa. iron 2 HU, l'rodigal 2:17S i Tationage, sire of Alia (8) 2:16V, best on itcord except 415 lit (if Ooldfmttli Maid tiH (d.in of Stran. Kcr sire of V In J.ao) and five olbeis ki :M; Almoiil. tire rtf S3 In and 44 rfcacctiit. ants In Helmont, sir f kjin nl 1 fM KI i Sunol. For n weak nnd tired feeling, loss of nppetlto nnd general debility, Lightning Blood Flixlr is tho best tonic. It is entirely vegetable, contains no mercury or other' mineral poisoiiff. Mrs. N. K. Allen Whito Oak,, Ky., writes: "Lightning Blood Elixir is certainly tho truo elixir of life. I havo used it, nnd it has ctued mo of many years' suffering. I can recommend Lightning Blood Elixir as a lady's friond." o Z LJ s v G ., BLAKDINA. Dam of Swlgert, sire of Moody 2:18)1, and 30 more In list: Abdallah Tilot, sire of l'icard 2il8tt, aAd of Messenger Chief with 12 In the list: King Ilene.sTre of 18; Solicitor, sire of 3; ltedwood 7, with I; Klcnia, with 2. mambrino cnir.r 11 Sin of Lady '(horn 2,'ISU, and eight more In the lilt j alio the tire ol the dams of Director 2.17, 2:1714, 2:30 or better. 1'iedmoDt and 17 more in BrjRCn MARE, by Parker's Tlrown Pilot. DtmofItosallnd2:2m, Don sld 2:27, and at Illindlnt, dtm of King Ken and Swlgert and 4 other tires ol 2:30 and better, trotters. f DIOTATOtt 1 1 3 :.. .. Ilrother to Detter 3;17U, and sire of Cassell (p) 2i)6tt, Director 2:17, Delineator (n) i'18, 30 others in 2:S0; and dams of Nancy Hanks Lockhesrt i'MUt Northwest (p) J:17U, Hrown (4) 2:1M, Keller 'Ihomss 2:1UU, and 15 others in i:S0. Dictator is alts grand tire of Direct (p) 2:06, Margaret a. M) 2:m, Oiilde2:I(!t. Evangeline (J) 2:19; Daphne IU9, and Mothers In 3:3a 2:10. a. CARtTA Dam of 7 full hrntheis snd sillers to Splendor All told as yesrllngs and nt from ll.Ouoto fl,m)0 each. Two or more are certain logo in the list this season. Cordova trotted last year In 3:U. J'hallas f.lW,, Mln-nl- e 2:; olara of..Dictator Dim HA1BBLETOKIAK 10.. aire oi ueater 3:J7(. Nettle 2:18, Orangt Girl 2:20, 38 orhen, and grand lire of bunot 2:084, Maud S. 3:0U, Palo Alto t.Wk, Nancy Hanks 1:n, 2:10, and ovef ,1000 others In 2; SO. :: (sire as noted', Dextei 2:im, Alma iVMU, Astoria Aida dam of Aida de dare 2:2CM; Clara is alia grandamof Keina Victoria, dam i Princeton 2:lyfc, and S others in 2:20. , t:M, To Advertisers If you wish ,to advertise nnd need Instruction.":!.! ono dollar for our " Hook for A ivortlsorn." A littlo Btudyof that book will cnnhlo ou to (lecldo what volt ouglito do, anj gi vo an Idea of tho prouablo cost. I MIS 9 BUTLB. , Dsmof Maud Duller 2:2814, and she is the dam of Phallamont, tiro oi a under DUVALL'S HAXBRINO.. klre of the dams of D. Monroe 2:28ft, Miss Curoc 2:29te, Luln ?:WVi, Maud riutler, iiihi ita7, anu cranuiircoi rooilie MC,lwo. yer-ol- d trial 1:&: Decoy, trial 2:81 and a quarter at a gait ol 2:08. A . THE DAM OP BROWN CHIEF Sire of Maggie K 2:29tt, and of the dama of . Lady Majolica Altamonl SrKMi. an 4 ranaion oi riottie u ztisvk, uetcvla s J1.8U, BttUc Jontt i:SSU, etc., ate. I trailing Ton or lit BurngnMA. If you ipstfuct uy to placo a certain nraountof advertising for yoa in tho way wo think v III do you tlio most good, you should send an explicit Ftatctnent of what you wish to accomplish, and mako suitable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all tho nttontlon that it requires. ,. SPEND0R will bo for Bcrvico at McGLOTIILAN'S STABLE, Irvington, Ky.( 1 llo-we- TJ ...,. A committee appointed to rejxirt on the famous Torro Nuova in tho Plaza San Fillpo, in tho capital of Arngou, has Issued n peesimlstio account. It is feared that this clock tower, n very lino example of tho- - kind, will havo to bo pulled down. Excessive rains nnd floods havo causod a subsidence of tho soil and tho structure la deemed unsafo. Tho construction of this torro Incllnodo wos begun In tho Fifteenth century, under tho diroction of two Spanish, two Moorish and one Jowish architect; it is octagonal in form, 800 feet high, 4.1 In diumctor, and leans , nbout 10 feot out of tho perpendicular. Stono stops, UCO in number, lend iusldo to tho top gallery. It has been stated that tho leaning of tho tower was duo to tho caprico of tho architecte, but an old crock In its sido nnd a careful examination of tho foundation led to tho conclusion that It wu3 want of caro on tho part of tho builders. Tho Aaragonese speak of tho ancient-cracas an old wound in its sido, of which tho Torro Nuovn is now dying. This "old wound" was under treatment in tho year 1800, but nn unfortnniito threatens to result in an cntiro col- If you wisr) $2B To Insure a Live Oolt PASTURE Excellent Pasture rain bo bad for ninrcs from a distance at reasonable figures. lurther'piirticulnra address TERMS': tif . until July 1st, whon ho goes Into training. M7 prepared anil a plan of ndvcrtlslng marked out ; to bo told what papers joti should use. and what tho roat will be, wo will furnish tho advertisement nnd tho plan cither or both, nnd submit them forynurron-tlderatlotogether with our bill fur tho service advertijerrjept "SS . "VSTIZxIxIA.IIS ' LOUISVILLE HENDERSON, KY n, For preparing l l roows cflim. REAL ESTATE AND UMM HENIIff. electrotypes nnd estimates the advertiser pays. u. Kor tho expeno of plarlriR advertisements nnd watch ing mo luiuumeut or contracts wn aro paid by a commission allowed by the publisher of tho paper la which iiiu utivcruscmcnt appears. atlvertisertKnt?, m -- i FURNISHED BV Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission mercnants ana uoneral Storaaa.V- I, A I Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your monoy. Do you Do you f .Illl'lm liiifliit H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with evory count sale, Cunslgnmonts solicited. ac- IS lapse Tablet l& t worth fifty dollars, but now they havo $3,700 to their credit in bank and they ITCHING PILES aro adding about $150 a week to thoir deposit. Thoy have fifty traps sot, nnd with theso und their ritles nro rapidly thinning out tho coyotes in Los Angoles and San Bernardino counties. Atfivo dollars a scalp thoro Is moro money in hunting coyotce than in growing grain or fruit, but tho businoss will probably como to nn end when tho next legislature in"octa. Tho law which was passed Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co, ae a joko has proved to bo very costly pastlmo. tinn Francisco Chronicle. 3STO. Getting- Ulch root. Two young mon near Los Angeles, Cal., aro rapidly making n fortuno slaying coyotes. Jiast April thoy woro not - nil tho Ins and outs of advertising ( wuuoui any cost or trouble, rcail PniNTEns' Ink reirularly. carefully. V studiously; Issuod weekly, 2a year. If von wish a complcto rntnlnffnn nf A l.n A...hI all nowsrmpors. send SC fc lUu .1UJG1I1 V n a. can Newspaper Directory. For any further Information address O 6EO4 P. ROWEL.L. & Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 4 you want to learn BIIBIS fi twin iiii " nnt to buy Real Estate? C., 'Call on U. h. Newsom. 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. PH E &f Call on R, L. Nowstm. Do you want to rent City property? Call on R. Ii. Nowsom. Do you want tho best anil only doslrablo lot for tnlo on Main, 50x176 feet fur Call on II. L. Nowsom. $800.00 ? Do you want to buy tho Cloverport Hotel, centrally locatod nnd doing a largo Call on 11. L. Nowsom, businoss? p, S. I am now prepared and havo full authority to offer said lintel at a bargain. This Correspondence from abroad solicited. Is a good chanco to teeuro tho best nnd most popular hotel In tho city, und no 'booin" price askod. Do you want a loan negotiated ? Call on R. L. Newsom. Havo you money you want placed on Cull on H. L. Neweom, afe security ? Do you want money on short call? Call on R. h. Nowsom, Do you watt to rent n house ? Call on R. h. Newsom. P. S. Good paying renters can generally Let mo put a "bug In your secura a bouso. ear," R. L. Newsom rents property and collects th" rents on a commission of ten per cent, and, don't renting being a specialty with him, you know It ia better to placo your property In g want to rent a Frm 7 r '""tfiiiiiiniiii'H'ni n mw TWINE gr3r-feiO- prices firmer. Dried Fruits. Market firmer In good demand Beans, Demand active nt advance. Eggs. Receipt heavy, market weak and lower. LOUISVIIiIiE. KY., May 7, 1S92. 8hlppers should mark all packages plainly, with shlppor't name and o address. BUTTER, EaaS, POULTRY, ETC. Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and post-oflic- 3qtriCgifS;sgoCT3CTar.gg 18. A Ilusslnn Doctor. night-swea- A Russian journal reports an InterestTaking Effect ing caso of a philanthropic physician. Visiting tho patients of his districts, tho At 5:00 o'clck A. M. WecTnezdaj Julj 20. '91 doctor found that in many instances thoir sickness was caused by hunger. Veil Bo nd Trains J?al Bound Traint To the most needy ho prescribed "six M M pounds of puro ryo flour in doses of two Why? hit hands than toont Ityoursell? Mail & Mall & pounds a day." Ho ordered his patient Kxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS Knpr's Uxpr'. Hecauso ho Is controlling a large amount of renters find property and t..illing to get tho medlcino at the drug store of Daily Dally Dally Dally It "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of them. tho nearest village, whero it woidd bo 6 25pm 7 OU 0 (Bnn Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar Nowsom hears but fow complaints from good issued frco of charge ovory day. Tho 6 40 Kentucky St. 12 46 800 850 renters, but tho "howl" comes from thoso fol8 41 816 Westl'olnt 12 05 arrangements with 7 20 good doctor mado lows who do not want to pay, and to such he 12 02pm 8 02 7 24 8 45 Howard Call on Somobody Else says tho druggist .to supply tho flour at his 747 000 Kockltavcn U45iiu 747 9 08 7 40 Is Nowsom hard hearted? Not especially so. Lontr llranch 1138 oxponsO. In this way his patients will 7 57 8 07 7 81 917 llramltnburir 11211 Ho will accotnmodnte you If yoa pay for it, nnd bo kept from starvation the wholo 811 7 27 0 21 Meade Springs 1125 you stand to your sido of tho bargain 11 19 9 26 7 23 817 Kkron winter. f you don't like his way of dealing 1111 8 27 934 Guston A Cluinea In l'.Ioctrlo Light ut Ron. TIME SCHEDULE CENTS. l3fjSSrS!!sf&C&-- io AND 5 : BUTTER Choice, country Medium Common Croamory EOUS. , 13 (5 J5 10 (A 2 u )0 20 ( 22 . 2 Fresh POULTRY. Old Hens Roosters Sprinter Medium Springers Small Springers liivo ueoso rroutherod) Live tieese (plucked) FEATHERS. 1'rltne, white gofio Mixed Old No 1. , 11 to 15 3 75 Lare 3 50 to 2 01 to 2 60 to 3 oil to 1 00 to 2 60 to 2 00 to 45 25 2 25 3 00 4 00 1 75 3 00 2 60 48 Q Champion MACHINES. se-ss-cs-ss- s lck HIDES. .' ;.. . WOOL. 3 15 ($ 25 15 (g) 30 4 0 ((u 8 8 ( 11 25 (y) 61 (30 il If J Jl Grcon,food Dry Salt, good Dry fiint, good Sheep skins Tub-wash- Grease, fine Ureaso, coarso Marino Hurry and C.ts SllQXt 15 2J 20 M 22 12 ( (21 iH 17 ! DRIED APPLES. Common, por lb Fair to good per lb Choico per lb Chopped ,'. 3 3 1 1 2f to to to l0 to to to salt-rheu- blood-purifie- r. hon-roos- t, milk-lious- A romarkablo chaugo is said to bo about to take placo fn tlw inannor of giving tho warning light to mariners, In England electric lights experimentally turnod vertically toward tho cky havo given extraordinary results. Tho light of tho Eddystono lighthouse can bo seen 17 miles on a clear night, but n vortical beam of light of far loss power is visible twico as far and can surmount an ordinary fog. Philadelphia Lodgor. Tlie 8 37 8 47 8 55 9 44 9 52 10 DO IrvlnKton 905 911 9 21 1010 1015 1023 1027 LmliburL-- Webster Skmnlo 1102 10 5J 715 655 S33-S-S&0S3- l'krce 925 9 SO 9 44 951 1001 1030 10 44 1010 '1018 1024 10 28 1034 10 50 1060 1100 1111 SUphcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesville lVtrie I.ewfiport Powers l'atcs Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlnijton I'alcofi Cayce Shops 1045 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 10 01 6 48 6 40 631 626 618 613 610 5 67 1118 1124 112!) 957 9 44 933 920 9 20 653 5 40 630 5 22 6 16 1102 1111 1162'in 1216 12 27 lias 1207m 915 909 351 837 815 SOU 611 6 03 48 35 4 25 4 4 eook-Ing.- Tho post of "quecn'B reporter'" in parliament is vacant by the olovation of Lord Lowishain to tho upper houso. It is said that Mr. Balfour will undortako tho duties with his now office Both Lord Pnlmcrston nnd Mr. Gladstone, when thoy led tho houso, woro quoon's s. reporters. London Tit-Bit- y noun's te)iorlr. 1121 1131 8 27 7 65 7 37 1246 1140 Snottsv(Ile 11 65 lol 1203pm 111 Ilasketts 1220wnl 125pmlar,Hcnders'nh 1230 413 4 0J 729 715am 365 387 329 3 15pm Louisvi'le.Hardin'sburg &. Vestern R, R, No. 2 TIME TABLE. Uast of tho Mississippi. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. first time a Republican convention is to West Hound Trains East Hound Trains bo hold "west of the Mississippi .rivor.' Dally Dallv Daily Dallv It is not thus in this case Tho Minne- ex Sun, ex Sun, STATIONS. ex bun ex Sun No. 6 No.l No, 2 No. 6 apolis exposition building, whoro the 1130am I.v Irvlngtnn Ar 9 30am convention will moot, is not on tho west 12 10pm 835 wariiviu 12 25 Warned 815 sido, but Is on tho oast sldo of tho river. 12 42 Hardlnsburir 760 Lancaster Examiner. 118 Kirk 715 Louis recently n largo building in ono of. tho best business strceta of tho city was torn down simply becauso it was thought to bo "hoodooed," which bIiows that superstition still has a strong hold on somo pcoplo. In Joseph Rnnson, who died recently In Cincinnati leaving nn ostato nmountiug to $0,000,000, was tho largest holder of United States bonds in that city. It is repeated very often that for the Cull on Somebody Kite. 'iOh I Sympathetlo hypocrites j vihon your sympathy gets above your judgment don't bluinOitho landlord quite so much, but call 'round at bis office and drop In $5.00 for tho special object of your sympathy and help nay his rent, It will be ditiding the loss on bad renters, and then you will fool bettor. Don't ti.1 th lan.llnnl Inm It all I 1" P S. The above scripture Is addressed to tho heathen gentiles, It. h. Nowiom has about sixty ronton nnd To good he don't want any hut paying ones paying renters be will take special pains to make thorn comfortable. Do you want a buuto built and pay for It In montuly installments r for terms Call on 11. L. Newsom. Do you want a forty horse power engine and Call on R. L. Newsom. boilor. Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and Slavo and Heading Factory with pnwor alCall on R. h. Newsom. ready attached ? Having nbout thirty acres of city lots bo would sell a few "slices'," and If you want a Call on R. L. Nowsom. building lot Do you want lo pay your city taxes ? Call on R. Ii. Nowsom. Havo you claims against tho city troasury? Call on the city troasurer and he will tell you that II. L. Newsom, ns City Tax Collector, always koops said treasury supplied with monoy. Claims for collection solicited from cities abroud and prompt remittances made. Many thanks for the targe patronago I havo eujoyod, fcy Supplies FOR Peelings Evaporated, In sacks PEACHES. Halves, per lb Quarters per lb , Peeled, per lb " " " 3i 3 m:. 13i 3U ' Blackberries per lb 3 HAY, ORAIN, FEED. ) e quoto prlcoi on Loultvlllo olty wharft HAY. , Strictly choice 12 00 13 00 Choice No. 2 ,lu 50 ( II 50 to-d- Pearaperlb 6 ljf , 3 to to 2 to R to 4 to 3K .WooD jgJgSS-giSJjgg-gi; Good Medium Good Bright Straw Choice white Choice sholled CORN. , , 10 00 (a) 11 00 600 M 6 50 50 52 ( 53 55 40 No, OATS 2 oats , ' 3a WHEAT. No. 2 Long Berry wheat No. 2 Red AND gi 4 24 (VjJ 20 20 (m 25 85 MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl , Beeswax 4K 41 40 Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. Poor to mod, .Mich. EMPIRE S&S'S &&$& MACHINES. From ttoro Home Orown por barrel 2o to 5o por bu higher. " Nor. Ind' 41 1 31 16 Qj) 1 25 St 634 2 15pm .ir Faiisitough Iv 614am 260 654 uocKvaie Huth 6 29 3.02 130 148 155 Olcndcnnc Demnster Jolly 705 6 44 R. L. NEWSOM. BEANS. Michigan, hand picked , ndiaua Nnvy " Common and colored Flit and tulxod ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival.., 1 1 CO to 1 1 1 I 76 (10 60 to 76 to 06 ta 00 00 lilt 329 4 00pm Asklns Oaks ArKordsvillel.v 6 21 600 4 45am GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for " " from tore CABBAGE. , 2 25 to 2 60 2 50 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 60 " THELOUISVILLE&ST. LOUISAIR LINE. R. H.) Reapers and 'Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilize, Cement, Mich Kan Plastor, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Cbolco " Choice Oroon Per crate from (tore CELERY. Fancy whito plume, per dot 35 to 40 20 to 25 10 to 20 v - freo-for-a- (L.B.AST.L. s, Sclontlfio Amer!ciiAgenoy for s. The Superior MEDICINE blood disease, SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO AND 1V"- for all forms of & Shingles St. Lquit, Evarisville PinePlow Poplar Flooring Handles, Pino Brick, al- hU t" - -- IM - P- AND ALL POINTS ways kopt on hand, AVER restorer, West and H South-Wes- t. Orders companied by cash prpmpt ly tilled. uavtaiti ac- CLOVERPORT, KY. A largo number of DESIGN PATENTS OOPVRIQHTBt tO. Tot Information and freo riandbook write to MUNN & CO.. m I1HOADWAT. NlW YORK. Oldest bureau lor seeurtnt; patents In Amortoa, Krery patent taken out by ns la brought before the puulto by a notice given f rou ol charge In the Sarsapariila ' the health o Cures Others you. will cure a Ci&intaiiier. Jt andhrfb Lr. LmWtIiI Arrftt.LotiU , 8'iib s.B,ft:2S p.m.'..4;J) n.m, 8;5S pm ...MS a m- 1)30, FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES At the 3333&S4S& BH 5- 9- PvuMvtUa forth IrR.A " ...... ..M.,..lfl:C0p.m. htwmMM, nHmh tddfMi, Nursery, S23 lArsMt etroulatlon of any adrattfa paper In th werJd. BoleniUdiv lllaxnted. No nulltitnt saaa aboolO be without It, Woekly 3.0V a MtTNM CO, Jjart I Lai) atx uwtU A4drM fork. VttBUiWBiia.tairoa4war.How f i ' LimUvtll, Ky. . Ag't, Mvaiuvlllo, InJ. Hm'i Anything vye haven't on lianil, we will procure it for J mi at thb fowett rates,. J. I BAMPICU, ZACK. GREEN, V. J A. LotUrllbj, Ky Manager llardluiburg Narttry, tjTlgliilO(o.)r.Cor.Tt.tns MtWst CAMPJIELL, I'or nyxl rail delivery. Order wh.'jt you want. Valuable Prsrty tte l for Sale y XI88 XI. MOORMAN. Far fiartkW HAUDINSBURQ ,KV l(rMtl6n v DR. OWEN. ; ,' n,i &m-rfmm- iiisiwiii'iauLaega i,A f vHtn " v , ..h&MmMm"-:'-'- ' - . , ' -- r-'," ". "w ' - - -- - -- . , T 'itmttji uiwwgwg . i . miii T31BBgrwNyry v V 4I11 'MWPs f 7 - ' "i4 "5r."fw- - If Hardinsburg wants anything from II, N. Basham, of Curdsville, .was tho BiiECKEN'niDOE New, all she has to the' city last Wednesday and called at in Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. iohu M. Borntraeger do is to naino it. this office to meet old friends and order tho News sent to his address. It was a representative body of people THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS EX- The very best citizens from all sections O0ie in Dr. IVAtV. od ifand up .fair. Mr. Will Mllner graduated at Prof. Alof Uirrcounty being present. OLOVERPORT. KY. CURSION A CROWNING mond's private school at Louisville last will enter upon tho study of week. Ho It was a conspicuous fact and ono noted SUCCESS, A. by ovcrybody, that it was ono of tho nicmedicine, and will attend a Loulsvillo est and tnost orderly excursions ever run medical school next year. Ho is a son If not, it will bo very Boon, and vou can not do of Dr. Win. Milrur, of Union Star. on cither road. better than prcpnro for tho hot weather that is not far A Crowdod Train Load of Our Old CANNELTON, IND. Both the John B. Fella and the D. Clovcrport didn't look natural to the Sultfijnade to order in the best style, Friel cases against tho Breckenridge off. Somo pooplo aro still wearing part of their winter old-t- i triers twenty-fivyears ago. of Friends Come To Soo Us Perfect lit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Company (limited) wero continued in suit, which is tho best evidenco that thoy have nothing Thoy could hardly reali.o tlio great And Pass A Pleasant tho U. S. Circuit Court at Owensboro change thinner to wear. M. D. A. A. lost week, but s rumored that both Day. fho agents along both lines who bo liavo been compromised since. kindly assisted us in Belling tickets have Tho Acme Brick Works are pushing fllfiivarrr lirrfltnriilnt llanh. our thanks. Mr. Whitworth, the clever CLOVERPORT, AT. tilings rapidly. The machinery is being Clovcrport Fats On Her Sunday agent at Hardinsburg, was tho banner V placed and they will be making brick in man, soiling 87 tickets. Clothes And Gives Them A about threo weeks. They liavo ono In your heavy clothing when wo can fit you out so Our advertisers can now liavo somo largo Eudaly kiln completed and another Royal Welcome. cheaply in something cool and comfortably at a very idea of the class of peoplo thoy talk to built to 0, S, Claim & Pension Agent of these the arch. They will build seven small prico 7 Wo carry the largest and most complete. every week. Tho entire delegation with beforo they stop. but few exceptions aro cither subscribers Como to us for stock of Summer Clothing in tho city. COME AGAIN, FRIENDS. Persons desiring lots in Eastland, must or readers of the Breckenridcie News. STEPHENSPORT, KY. relief. secure them at once, as Mr. Pierco tells Miss Goodson's Concert. M. D. us they liavo but very few remaining. Tho BiiECKE.vmiKii: News excursion Buildings aro going up rapidly in this A crowded house greeted Miss Ella Surgeon, beautiful little suburb, and it will soon from Fordsville to Cloveroort last Fri- Goodson and her musical concert Monbe dotted with neat little cottages and in day was a grand success. More than CLOVEIU'ORT, K'. day night. Not only wero Cloverporters e friends gladdened our consequence values will bo much higher. 400 of our present, but visitors from Hardinsburg, tSFOflicc at Home for theprctnxt. A grand concert has been running in hearts by their presence, and tho day Irvington, Hawesvillo and other places tho "Incubator" for several nights now. was passed in pleasant hand shakingand up and down the road were there. .News. Among other tilings to be seen tliero is the friendly chats of old associates. The All those who took part in tlio entera man who eats nails, tacks and old iron; croak ings of the ancients and tho dark tainment acquitted themselves splendidWEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892. chews up and swallows broken glass, predictions of those alllicted witli tho ly, and Hie pupils of Miss Goodson, es beer mugs, etc., eaU up raw chickens-h- air, slows all camo to naught, and tho people pecially, showed by their perfect perLOCAL BREVITIES. feathers and all swallows whole did como regardless of tho many doubt- formances that great skill and care had ing shakes of tho head given when the rats, mules, etc. in their instructions. Tho Miss Lnfio Lnllcist has n lmnilsntne subject was mentioned, by those who been taken of Sulzcr's clever IJarry Moorman, ono parents and teacher of tiieso accomplishnew cart. either liavo very faint hearts or very clerks, is tho happy possessor of a violin ed children liavo much of which thoy little enterprise about them. Miss Allieno Murray is visiting in the of much worth. It is n sweettoned, loud may feel proud. The' success of this trip proves that blue grasa section. instrument, and its general apearance Tho program was a long and interest15orn, June 8th, to tho vlfeof A. Hay-de- n shows it to bo a work of tho "old there is still a soft placo for Cloverport ing one, and every part of it was renderin tho hearts of tlio people who live in masters." It is branded "Antonious accuracy of perfection that nil pound boy. tho back part of tho county, and all that ed with an n Stradivarius Fraciebat Cremonensis, Gus. Brown camo homo from only naturally gifted and well trained is necessary for us to resnmo our old re Anno 1721" Sunday night. can accomplish. More especial lations with that section is to ofTer the persons Dr. G. Goldstein and brother, the emi- proper inducements, and tho people will ly was the singing of Mrs. J. R. Wimp Horn, June let, to tlio wife of Jumes F. and Mi6S Ellen Munford good, and the nent opticians, of Louisville, will bo at do their part. Jarboe an 8 pound girl. audienco received it with such fovor that the Clovcrport Hotel, Juno 23d and reMiss Lydia Kattcrjohn, of Henderson, THE TRII IN DETAIL. of them was repeatedly encored. main threo days only. They como well is a gut-s- t of Mrs. Brandon. Tho train consisted of four coaches, each Miss Francis Goodson also sang well, equipped to fit all tho ailments of tho manned as follow: Jerry Gannane, Mr. Joo Bennett, of Pcllvilic, is very eye. Tho doctor Bays that much has engineer; P. Kramer, fireman; B. F. and Miss Mary Abshiro delivered her sick and not expected to live. been learned in the past few years in re- Harrell, conductor, and Frank Channel), "Swing Song" in a sweet, clear voice, yMr. S. D. Lloyd, of Columbus, Ohio, is gard to fitting glasses. Thoso suffering hrakeman a big four of as clover rail- hut she was bo far along in tho program Vjsiting Mrs. F. II. Sawyer. Glen-dean- e, of neuralgia of the eyes and head will do road men as ever waved a signal, turned that tho audience had grown tired and sli'o did not catch tho hotiso as sho would A. R. Fisher is improving tho looks of well to givo him a call, as ho guarantees a brako, pulled a throttle or rang a bell. his business house with paint. immediate releaf. Tho doctor can refer The News was represented by V. G. have done had sho sung earlier in tlio beevening., Miss Ethel Benham, of Big Bend, is a to thousands of the best peoplo of this Babbage and Clayton Crosson. state as to his skill as a practical opticguest of her uncle Mr. J. A. Barry. We left Fordsville on exact schedule Consultation and examination time, 0 o'clock a. in., and had gathered a TOBINSPORT, IND. five more lots ian. W. 11. Bowmer bought free. large crowd from all along tho road to In the Eastland addition last week. solici-in- g This week closes tlio strawberry sea- The following persons from Irvington Hardinsburg. But when tnis station was Miss Dora Crecilius, of Big Bend, is son. attended tho Goodson concert : Mr. and reached the lost car of the train was unhere visiting her aunt Mrs. Bartles. Mrs. John Wimp; Mr. Bato Herndon locked, and more than a hundred peoplo Dr. Morrill, of New Albany,' was hero Hardins-burDr. C. E. Mosely and wife, of and daughters, Eva and Sharlio ; Misses came aboard, including tlio Hardinsburg last week. attended tho Goodson concert. Ermine, Kitty, Emily and Ellen Mun-for- d Cornet Band. These filled tho train to A good dressmaker is wanted here and Mr. James L. 1'attcrbon, government ; Miss Lucy Frank ; Miss Lilliu more than its seating capacity, and the could do well. storekeeper, came home sick last week. Mrs.lt. S. Herndon, daugh- crowds that came aboard further on had Mrs. Clint Wheeler is visiting relatives The Council of Stephensport lias pre- ter Batio and sons Robert and Jessie ; to either sit on the arms of tho seats in Rome, Ind. Marshal Morgan with a new uni- Mrs. Ken Watlian and Miss Ellen sented stand in tbo islo or on the platforms or Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lee, of CannoUon, Miss Maggie Greenwood; Miss hang onto the steps. form. After leaving spent Sunday here. GLENDEANE, KY Preston FtilF, Christ Burch and Edwin Nellie Carter and Worland Carter; Irvington it was Impossible to pass Clilldrens day will bo observed at tho Mooleyvillc, were in the city Misses Nellie and Nora Henderson ; through tlie'train and few tickets were Egart, of Baptist church Juno 10th. Misses May and Blancli Claycomb ; Mrs. taken up. Saturday. ; Mr. Hill, tho flour man of New AlArrived at Cloverport, the crowd scatMr. Thos. Dyer, and old and respected Ed. Bennett and daughter Bowley Mrs. tered themselves all over the city some bany was hero last week. citizen who has been sick for a long time Clias. Simmons and daughter Lena. visiting friends or relatives ; others, tho Mies Maggio Burkett delivered a Temdied last week. STEPHENSPORT. various business houses, gas wells, brick perance Lecture hero Sunday. OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. John It. Jarboe, John Stout and Thos. plants, car shops, etc. Tho Hardinsburg Jarboe, of Mooleyvillc, wero in tho city J. T. Hanks is at home. Tho strawberry festival at Cockrell's liand paraded the streets and discoursed 201 BROADWAY. on tho big day. Our town was full of drummers last music that was a surprise to Clovcrport-cr- s hall was a very pleasant affair. Orgnnlted al a State Bank 1823 Under National Aet 1805. Hums Morgan, City Marshal of Stephweek. F. P. Smart has returned from Owene-bor- o as well as to many others. It was ensport, was in Louisville a couple of and went to Louisville Sunday. Mr. Smith English, of Clovcrport, was not generally known that wo had so Oliver F, Eerrj, Cashier Logan C. Hurray, Janes E. Cranniss, Fres't, days last week. in town Sunday. Mrs. Chas: Sheldon and children, of good a band so near us, and it may bo Hon. G. W. Beard and wife, of HarMr. Chris Perrigo, of Cloverport, was truthfully said that it can not be beaten Cannelton, aro visiting relatives hero. ACCOUNTS INVITED. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED." dinsburg, attended the Goodson concert in town Sunday. any where in tills section of tlio country. Mrs. Emma Smart, of Cloverpqrt, spent Monday night. Mr. Add Bennett was in Owensboro a In fact it rivals the best of bands heard Sunday hero tho guest of Mattie Alien. BRANDENBURG. in largo cities. If you want a perfect fitting shirt and few days last week. Mr. Z. T. Mowery, of Amsterdam, was In this way.thc day was passed until hero on business ono day last week. ono that will give you good service, call Mrs. A. Morcman is visiting in Bullitt Mrs. S. P. Stiles spent several days last train time again, when the visitors gath on Ernest Babbage. county. week in Bono, Ind. Rev. Collins and wifo and Mrs. Webb ered at tho depot. Many Cloverporters Mr. and Mrs. Lichard Cooms, of Meado spent a few days hero with friends. Rev. Ilagan preached at the Baptist Mrs. Abb Moorman, of Yelvington, wero present to see the departure, and county, wero tho guests of Mrs. Baasett was in town lost week. Miss Bernico Lay, of Stephensport, who church here Sunduy. the train pulled out amid tho waiving of several days last week. Hon. David R. Murray, of .Clovcrport, John McCoy and Charlie Hanks were many handkerchiefs and shouts of "good-by.- " has been visiting hero has returned a guest Tho Kev. Dr. Cottrcll is here, was hero last week. in Louisvillo last week. A nd thus was ended a gala day for home. Ho Foil his. daughter Mrs. G. W. Short. Miss Nellio MrGoheo returned homo Mr. Sullivan, tho Evansvillo grocery Cloverpoit. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Bennett, of OwensivilT remain several weeks. r Financially tho excursion was also a drummer, was interesting our merchants last week from Peweo Valley. boro, wero in town last week. Jas. D. Jolly, of near Ilardinshurg, has Wo don't mean that it paid a Thursday. Mrs. C. C. Fairloigh leaves Thursday Miss Ella Sutherland left last weok for success. bought a lot in the Eastland addition and profit, l'llt wo mean that it did all that Hcv.aiiMf fM John Simons who has been visiting for Paducah to visit her son, Tom. Itosine to mako that her home. wiil build a house at once. wo asked of it or expected it to do. It relatives in Evansvillo has returned Miss Mollio Bru-nc- r Mr. D. C. Gray and Miss Grace McCoy went to Louisville Quito a crowd of Hnwesville peoplo was not intended for n money-makin- g YOU homo. US were married at Now Highland chartered the steamer Judelle and came Thursday to bo gone several weeks. scheme, and wo did not expect it to be Miss Sfaggio Bnrkctt's address to tho on Sunday. At bandiome a display of Jewelry ai evoj Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. such. Wo estimated closely up to attend the Goodson concert. about what children Sunday was parkled before sparkling eyei. Perhapi you enjoyed very Miss Bertio Richardson, of Louisville, Mrs. Mary Solbrigtho venerable moth- Christ Best went to Louisvillo Thurs- sized crowd wo could expect and placed much. will spend tho summer hero with friends are laboring under the delation that It Js the rates at such low figures that it er of Mr. Henry Solbrig, died at her day. necessary to bring a small fortune with you. Walter Smart, of Clovcrport, spent and relatives. Kev. Smith, the boy preacher, held would just about pay out. Where wo f home in Leopold, Ind,, June 7th 1S92. Not at alt. A little money will go as far In Sunday here, tho guest of his cousin Drury, of the purchase of our goods Miss Una Drury and Wade at It will In buying Tho city was full of wagons from tho service in the M. E. church Friday eve- lost at some places, we gained at others, John Simons. Bowleyvlllo, visited friends and relatives anything else. We bare an Idea that it will which made the average still about as country yesterday, and tho merchants ning, Mr. Claud Auckerman, of Rome spent hero the 1st of tho week. go a little further. Perhaps you think wo are Mr. A. T. Bennett entertained a few wo hud figured ft. Tho deficiency was seemed to bo doing a very good business. Mrs. Henry Rawlings will arrive from mistaken on that point j If you do, we are confriends quito pleasantly last Wednesday only a few dollars, and wo aro not grum- a iew uays nere, mo guest ot His cousin Tho Patton brick works are running bling. Wo wanted tlio peoplo to get tho Tobin Groves. Baldwin, Kansas, Friday to spend tho fident that we can treat you to an agreeable every day now, getting a nico lot of green evening. Wo especially invite all persons surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Till 'Groves went to summer with relatives here. benefit of tho low rates, and we gavo it to Our operator, C. C. Lowix, went to tho brick ahead. They will begin to burn visiting the city to call on ui, will be pleased Wo wanted a success as a largo Louisvillo Sunday, accompanied by your thorn. Miss Pearl Wimp returned homo from to show you our nice stock. circus last Thursday, and saw tho soon. crowd, and that wo got. And tho correspondent. Owensboro last weok whero sho has been F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, If you want a lot in tho Eastland addl-'- l News and the citizons of Clover0. C. Whitehead and wifo and Mrs. attending school for tho past ten months Mr. Vaughn, of Louisville, spent CLOVEIIPOIIT, KY. tion you had better call on Pierce & port will over feel grateful to tho peoplo Wlnchell have returned from Louisvillo Tho Mite Society met at Mr. J. K. Branch House J. W. Quthrle, Hardinsburg. Short at onco. They are moving things Saturday with his brother Kobcrt for their liberal patronage on that day. whero thoy havo been visiting relatives. There was a Ditto's Saturday evening. Vaughn. rapidly. In the name of tlio citizens of Clovercrowd of young peoplo went out from J. D. Cockrcll picked 1750 gallons of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blain, Willio Blain port, wo wish to say to tlio peoplo who Mr. Jas. T. Sublette lias removed from town. Big Spring to Clover Bend, Ark., and de- and Theodore Mosely went to Louisvillo visited us on that day, and to thoso who strawberries last week. Tlio greatest numbo of gallons picked in two hours J. W. Harrington and Miss Una Lusk Wednesday. AT THE staid at home, also, "Let us renew our sires tho News to follow him. Says he from Grahampton wero married here was 1 GO gallons. Mrs. J. E. Keitli and Miss Butli Hay-ne- s, old acquaintanceship and familiarity, can't get along without it. Mrs. Burton and daughter, Hortenso, last week at tho Howard Hotel by Rev. of Clovcrport, wero tho guests of let us tear down tho barriers that seem Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Vanco arrived Mrs. Henry Davis last week. to exisl between us, and stand together, havo gono to Owensboro, and from tliero Hayes. yesterday evening from Pierco City, Mo., Tliero was quito an exciting race for Dr. Ituo Helm, wifo and son, Joe, of shoulder to shoulder, working for each thoy go to Evansvillo to spend a month whero they had been visiting their parmarshal hero between Mr. E. It. other's interest, as wo used to. Let us before leaving for California. Spears, Ky., and Mrs. Bato Washington, ents for tho last three weeks. Mr. Ash-enfOur trustee lias purchased a fine road and John Ashcraft. have more of these cheap excursions and spent last Friday with Mrs. L. B. Helm. You will find everything you want won by two votes. Carlt Ilichardson of Union Star, has cultivato tlio acquaintance that has been scraper for tho purpose of keeping our to eat : r Mebsrs. Harry Weissinger, of roads in good condition, but somo of our gone to Buffalo with tho Elks. Ho will so pleasantly begun." Cloverjiort will Tho entertainment to bo given for the Tobacco Co., and Charles Land-ruworthy farmers think it is too hard on benefit of tho threo churches hero will SUGAR, COFFE, also visit Now York, Washington, Philaof Louisville, were at the Bennett meet tlio people more than half way, it FLOUR, MEAT, tho horses. Our trustco desires mo to bo on tho evenings of Juno 30th and delphia and other cities, beforo iio re- - House Sunday. they will do tho rest. VEGETABLES, inform tho farmers who aro afraid to use July 1st. Hope every ono that can will NOTES. CANNED GOODS, Mrs. Abb Moorman has sold her land their horses in it, that it is easy on Tliero CIGARS,. !,,3ra Noah Stewart was fined $10 in tho near town ami there is some rumor of a after all. is some fun on a crowded train horses, and if used will soon put our attend, U. 8. Circuit Court at Owensboro last brick plant being established hero by A small party from hero went down TOBACCO, good condition. Wo know our Most every business house was nicely roads in week and sent to tho Jcflcrsonville peni- tho company buying. FIGS, worthy trusteo would not buy anything on tho Guthrio Saturday night to moot decorated. tentiary for ono year, for raising a two tho Owensboro and como back Sunday RAISINS, ETC. Mrs. L. B. Helm, Mrs. It. W. Vaughn, only tho best. dollar bill to a twenty. Tho merchants say thoy did a good night, it was composed of Mrs. R. II. Master Larno Barkley and Helm Milncr In fact everything in the Novitt, Mrs. Henry Harrington, Misses Mug's a Good One. J. E. Keith & Son. liavo just received amended tho Major Washington wed- business. Lena Richardson and Lida Grocery&Confectionery Tho saloon men did well, but no body Line from Proctor, Vt., a largo lot of finished ding at Irvington on Wednesday, Juno Tho Frankfort correspondent of tho Eula Neafus, Clias was drunk. monuments, from tho best imported 1st. Louisvillo Commercial has this to say Hayncs, and Messrs Bert Moremen, Thankful for past favors. Regranite to tho cheapest marble, any size Tho band boys looked well in their of our Representative "Mr. D. II. Severs, and Henry Nevitt and Press Grinnel. Born, to tho wife of Chas. Wadlington, AVc muht sell and and prico you want. spectfully solicit you to call, we tho ahlo representative from Breckenon Monday, Juno Ctli, a 10 lb. boy. Tho handsomo uniform. will sell. 0. E. Keith, Manager, r ook's Cotton Root take great pleasure in waiting fatlter is also tho possessor of a broad Everybody was woll bohaved, not a ridge, has boon ono of tho staunchest supporters of tho majority report on judl-icismilo and a pleasant word for all his singlo arrest during tho day. upon you. Pierco is building a shed redisricting, and much of the suc-Everybody was woll pleased with the near the depot, preparatory to starting a friends. COMPOUND. cess of that bill in tho Houso is duo to trip and said he was coming again. coaj and wood yard. That is something A recent discovery by dn ld physician. Succeufullyutcd Marriage Announcement. ' gas from ono his tireless work in its behalf. Severs is city. Bob When wo turned on the Manager that in much needed in this montly by thousands of Laa hard worker, a gamo fighter, and dles. Is the only perfectly Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmcrannounco of our big wolls tho terrific nolso frightusually sees as far ahead as anybody and Skfe and reliable medicine watches closely the interests of his peo. Notice of isolation. tho engagement of their (laughter, ened tho visitors. neware of unnrlnclnled druoirlatt ia prompt to act. dlscove ple?' who offer inferior mcdtcinei In place of this. Ask The firm of Moorman & Heeler have Charlio Lisbon, representative of tho Catherine, to W. J, Sherman, of Dallas, for Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound, take no sub. dissolve;) partnership by mutual content.this day stltute, or Inclou i and 6 cents In pottage in Texas. Cook Browing Company, was tho All persons Indebted t uld Arm will please ,, fcAIMKS letter, and we will send, sealed, by return mall, at Glendeane Tho marriage to tako placo at tho man in tho city keptbusy with tonic, or children that want building Abncr Dont, the blacksmith, went to full sealed particulars In plain envelope, to call on W. C. Moorman Itetpcctfully, and settle jtMdlng a Very their accounts. UI'.PJIUUIU UlftD y. C. Moorman, Methodist church, Thursday ovoning, Ills pony carriogo delivering kegs of tlio Owensboro Monday to renew his stock ladle only, s stamps, Lilly Company. 1UON IHTTEnfl. I'oiiU Addrc BROWN'S Coiirtland Heeler, cure Malaria, No, 3 i'hher "lock, Detroit, Mich. at 8 o'clock, July It if 'plMMinl to take,All dealers keep InJlgcf foaming bovcrage. of iron, stool, etc. Glcntaane, Ky,, May jo, jfyt. It. Blllounnew. Physician Br. J. M. Clayton, Dr. THEY DID COME. Surgeon. I ON THE JUM ft r . Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST Is It Warm Enough ? -- o it-i- Physician & Surgeon -- .J What's the Use Suffering J. W JAEEETT, " J. F. Lightfoot, Physician and Breckenridge Tlinf ia ,l"w flin tirou if ie of .Qnlrraf'a j! "'"' " inof V"v nay iu jo u ijUiovi3) j . there is always room at their, n $i . " old-tim- Julius Winter & Co., 601d busy store for :n ' Reliable" Olotliiers 'm Car. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. The Active Citizei Come and see what great big bargainB arc offered you can CALL AND SEE OUR Eliza-bctlitow- NEW STOCK SURELY CATCH If you come in timo. 1 r i - Wo aro constantly adding new tilings in our various department Onnda nrn wi vvmu TYinvin'nr aw 4UK - Do you wsmt to make mony ? Money saved is money made. You can save money by dealing with us. We have succeeded Moorman & Beeler in business at selling goods cheaper than ever rrmirllv inf v v, "T SULZEB'S .- --- fore. g, Thanking you for past favors and a continuance of same.. We remain Most Kespectf ully, Wa-tlia- n; W. C. MOORMAN, Capital, j$reo,ooo. im. The Tradesmens National Bank C 9VFRTiat5iiinf-RAfrf.SiisprNnrfi?5- 8 Vice-Fres- 't. N. B. If, from any canse, tbe Vertical Bllde should Break or become Damaged, a new pall ot Buspenders will be given. Free of Charge, upon return of the broken pair to the 1'urnlaUcr Irourw bom urcbascd. f '- - FOR SALE BY -- 3 1 i B. F. Beard & Summer . Cq ,? " THE PLACE TO FIND THE LARGEST LINE OF 1 f- ' LET SHOW . Underwear NEGK.WRAR, Light Weight Coats, Pants, Etc. B. F. BEAED & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY, olc-pha- Bueck-E.NRUK- iu SPECK is hero. So is our stock of Como Stop! Stop! Stop! . Bon-dura- nt ft STORE Bankrupt and examine our goods for yourself. fflf GOODS! We havo the laj lot of Weis-singe- Uingham$, ladies' Dre$$ Goods,, and $! OTIOWR. in the city, Wo offer you bargaina in both QUALITY AND PRICES. Our-mott- i8 "Quick Sales and Small Profits'" - Ex-May- al B wf41 WITT & MEAD0R, HARDINSBURG. KY. n ' J. H. Moorman, t hust-tlinge- st tJoL PriBliPrieatLS8aei ttwi and