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Both the method and results -when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to thotasto, and acta
gently yetpromptly on tho Klilnoys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fevers and cures habitunl
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kiiid ever pro
duccd, pleasing to the tneto and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial In its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agrceablo substances,
its many excellent qualities commend
it to all and have mndo it
tho most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any reliable druguist who
nay pot have it on hand will procure
it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH.FRAKCISC , CAL.
tOUISmiE, KT. HEW YORK, H.Y.
FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS.
We are authorised to announce
as a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals
Subject to the action of Democratic State
FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS.
We are authorlxed to announce
of tho City of LoutiTllle, as a candidate for
Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the
action of the Democratlo patty of the Third
We are authorised to announce
JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS,
as a candidate for re election to the office of
Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
John Allen Murray, Win. K. Barnes,
MURRAY & BARNES,
Hardlnsburg and Cloverport,
Dr. J. T. BAKER,
Physician and Surgeon,
SB0fllce with Murray & Barnes Court Square
Dr. J. M. Clayton,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office oicr Ilichnnlson's Harduare utore.
J. II. TAYLOIt, .1. C. HUSH, W". 8. TAYLOR.
J. H. Taylor & Co.,
OverZulaufs Jewelry Store
Frederica Street, OWENSBORO, KY.
-WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1890.
E1 Kiedel spent Sunday nt bin homo at
Forrie Wilkerson was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. AH Hennen was in .the city Saturday.
.Percy Carson went to Louisville last
SUss Emma Bartles went to Owensboro
IJcv. I. B. Tiinberlako returned to New
11, K. Taylor of New Albany, Ind., was
in the city last week.
Mr. Eugene Haynes, of Stophensport,
was in the. city Thursday.
- Mrs. E. L. Clark and Miss Shallcross
went to Cannelton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Smith, of Owensboro
were in the city Wednesday.
G. D. Chambers and AV, J). Bush, of
Hawsville, were fn tho eity last week.
Mrs. H. A. Smith and Mrs. Jennio Duncan
of Holt, were in tho city Saturday.
Mrs. T. B. Young and daughter,
Mihs Eva, returned to Morganfield Thursday.
Miss Sue McIIehry returned to Owensboro
Saturday, accompanied by Miss
AVillis, Green and Miss Lelia Jones, of
Falls of Rough, wero in to tho reception
of last week.
Lorena and Norah Hawkins, of Leitch-field
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Little Miss Fannio Smith is attending
the'eommencement exercises at Shelby
villo tills week.
Miss Leo Pcrrigo and Mi Annie
Weathcrholt and Marion 'Wcathcrliolt,
of Sicphcnsport, were in town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Burks entertained
o tea Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Skillman, Miss Katie Bowmcr and
Mr. 0. T. Skillman.
Mr. Kubcn Miller, a young attorney of
; Now Albany, has located hero and holds
himself ready to servo tho community in
any legal matter that may occur.
It is very important in this ago of vast
material progress that a remedy bo pleasing
to tho taste and to tho eye, easily
taken, acceptable to tho stomach and
healthy in its naturo and effects. Possessing
these qualities, Syrup 'of Figs is
tlm one perfect laxative and most gentle
The Bobbin factory will soon be a
A new shingle roof has been put on
the Baptist churcn. -,
D. Gregory Is having natural
gas put into his residence.
Miss Mary Allen began her work as
census enumcrator'for this city Monday.
Mayor Piorco held his first quarterly
court Monday, Ho presides with dignity
Fladge, littlo son of Benedict and Laura
Beavin, died Sunday, May 2oth, of
of the bowels.
Steve Holcomb at tho Elm street Methodist
church Thursday niirht. Ho will
tell you how it bapcned.
The repairs on tho Elm street Methodist
I'hurcli have been completed audit
looks handsomer than ever.
Tho lack of the usual quota of news in
our Hardlnsburg department this weok
is due to tho absence of tho editor.
Clayton Beard, Chairman, lias called
a meeting of tho Republican county committee
for June 1 1th at Hardlnsburg.
Life sizo portrait, in crayon or oil,
from $5 to $20 Mrs. Johnson's studio,
in Singer maehiuo olllce, Cloverport.
Rev. Stevo Holcombo will lecture in the
Elm Btreet Methodist church Thursday
night. He should ha.vo a full house.
Tho Cloverport PJaning mill will be
sold at auction Juno 10th by Deputy
sheriff Gregory See advertisement in
Owensboro was visited by a $4000 fire
just after tho circus left Monday night.
Ten-ill's livery stable on East Main street
was burned together with fifteen head of
The most powerful nation on tho face
of tho globe is America, and the most
powerful remedy on earth for cjiickon
cholera is Canter's chicken cholera cure,
is sold and warranted by G. W. Short.
Jeff Hambleton has tho plans for his
now dwelling nnd they are handsome,
too. Ho has ono of the finest locations
in the Elm street church,
and when his house is completed it will
bo one of tho prettiest homes in the city.
Owensboro was visited Monday by no
less than ten thousand people, and it was
remarked by everybody how well sho
handled tho crowd. There wasn't n disturbance
of-any kind and very little
drunkeness. We never saw a crowd behave
Squire Henry It. Dean, of Rock Lick,
was.in town yesterday. He says the farmers
in his section are bad off. The oat
crop is an entire failure and. the wheat
won't yield more than half a crop.
Tobacco will be about half usual setting.
The meadows arc all grown up with
weeds and won't bo worth the cutting.
About the only thing wo have is a good
mast etop, this is tho finest wo ever had.
Read the advertisement of Pittser,
Black & Co., printed on our first page
Mr. Black, one of tho members of " this
firm, Is'a native of this county. Ho went to
Louisville when quite a small boy and by
energy ecomomy and fair dealing has
built up ono of the largest trades in the
furniture line in that city. This firm has
an immense establishment and it will
pay you to call and sec them when you
ro to the city. Call for Mr. Black and he
will take pleasure in showing you through
Prof. R. E. Woods, Principal of the
Graded School here, leaves Saturday for
Washington, where ho has accepted a
clerkship in "the War Department. Prof.
Woods is a perfect gentleman iu Qvery
particular and has done more for the
of tho school, of which for thrco
years ho has been the successfull princi"
pal, than any otiier man within our recollection.
We are sorry to lose such'nman,
but wo feel that our loss is another's gain,
and we know that life is made up of
meetings and partings. Hardin County
"Tho grandest humbug on earth," is
how twelve thousand people -expressed
Fifty cents to get in and fifty cents extra
for a sweat box. , r
Thero were at least three thousand
people turned away and that many turned
in without scats.
Everything was reserved except the
ground, and wo understood that It. M.
Conway held options on it.
It was a bonanza for tho railroade,
street cars, hotels and saloons.
The L., St. L. & T. sent in an extra
with nine coaches.
Cloverport sent a delegation threo
Tho Owensboro merchants reaped
quite a harvest. Every store in town
Wo got all tho Owensboro real estato
wo wanted without money or price.
R. M. Conway lias.filtcd up ono of the
handsomest offices intho city. Ho is
ono of Owensboro's Jivest real estato
Peoplo wero thero from ,every section
of Breckenridgo county. Tho list ran up
to fully a thousand.
There was not an accident on tho trip.
Lonnio Glasscock,of'McDaniel, is belling
fruit trees in tho neigh borhood for fall
John Cook and Dolph Jones wero hero
last Friday buying cattle.
Clint and Itally Tucker will start to Illinois
John Pile has a turkey gobler which
has been industriously setting for the last
C. C. Pile was in Louisville last weok
Belling ' tobacco. ! )
Miss LudioTuckergoes to
this Week to stay some timo with her
sister, Mrs. Thunnan Richardson.
Gran villo Wilson, - Oscar Alexander,
'John Tuckor, Purl Tucker, Johnny Tuck
er and Joel Pile tookiu Barruim's circus
at Louisville last Saturday.
A TRIP TO THIS GROWING TOWN
REVEALS SOME FACTS THAT
ARE WORTH RELATING.
CoL Edgar Bennett, One of the Moving
Spirits His Lovely Home.
Aeid a. Word for the IHcCruckena.
The Nkws man malo a quiet little
jaunt to tho beautiful and growing
town ol lrvington last week. There was
nothing remarkable about this trip; it
was purely business. We were out after
the filthy lucre that is bo necessary
in running a well conducted newspaper
Very few people realize that it takeg
money to run a paper, and really we forgot
our mission soon after leaving tho
train and falling in company with one
of the moving spirits in tho now flourishing
village of lrvington, Col. Edgar Bennett.
Tho Colonel is never too busy, to
show you the beauties and advantages of
His Weal city. And indeed, tho Colonel
has much to hi proud of. lrvington is
growing, and that, too, far beyond what
its projectors hoped for two years ago.
It is situated in ono of the best wheat
growing sections of Breckenridge county,
and is In easy drawing distance of the
best wheat producing soctions of Meade,
consequently it is a fino location for n
Lmill. Tho Boyd brothers, appreciating
this fact, are now constructing one of the
best of its size in tho State, and hoto to
nave everything ready for tho new crop.
The mill is a four-story frame structure,
well and substantially built, and will be
fitted up with tho latest and most improved
machinery. Its capacity will be
seventy-five barrels of flour per day and
400 bushels of corn. It will bo a big
thing for lrvington, adding many thousand
dollars to her business and hundreds
of people to her population. The Boyd
Bros, aro practical millers, with plenty
of means to conduct their business, besides
they are splendid gentlemen, and
lrvington is to be congratulated on- securing
them as citizens. -
In addition to tho mill thoro faro several
dwelling houses going up. A turntable
has been built by the railroad, the
depot facilities aro to bo enlarged, a big
water tank is to bo erected and'othcr improvements
to bo made by the railroad
will make the town a real live one this
Upon tho kind solicitation of Col. Bennett
we boarded the L., II. & W. train
and accompanied him to his beautiful
homo about four miles south of
directly on tho lino ,of the road.
Col. Bennett has one of tho most elegant
homes it has been our pleasure to visit
in a long time, situated as it is on a
beautiful slope overlooking a fertile and
well improved valley on the west, and on
the cast and south with immense forests
of well timbered lands underlaid with
rich quarries of lime and sandstone rock.
We also visited the famous Basin
Sprjng Stock Farm, owned and conducted
by Mr.'W. W. Williams, who has
achieved wonderful success in the
breeding and raising of fine blooded
horses. He also has a beautiful place
well improved nnd finely located.
While here. Maj. W. V. McCrucken
came in on his handsome private coach,
Katie, accompanied by his niece, Miss
Katio Mason, A. M. McCracken and
wife, J. K. McCracken, II. M. McCracken,
II. N. Hudson and Mr. Seymour.
The party had been on a tour of inspection
and stopped nt Col. Bennett's to examine
his limestono quarries with a
view of opening them up.
They found tho stone in great abundance
and of a superior quality nud easily,
obtained. Major McCracken was highly
pleased with the outlook and said to Col.
Bennett that he had a valuablo stone,
worth, says he, to you ns much as a gold
mine. It isourbu8ufcssto?hclp develop
the resources Of your county. In doing
this we help you nnd at the same
timo help ourselves by making business
for our road. Wo are willing to givo vou
all tho shipping facilities you want and
haul your Btono at a prico that it will pay
you to get it out and nt tho same time
compete with other markets. Wo not
only want to aid you, Colonel, especially,
but it is our purpose, as fast us wo
can, to aid in developing others along
our lino who have valuablo stone. Wo
aro not herb for tho purpose of gouging
everybody, nor nro wo the soulless cor
poration that some aro pleased to call usf
ii is our own money wo nave investeq
in your county. Wo'vo mado every
dollar we've got by hard work And
we've got every dollar wo possess on
earth invested hero. Wo want
to build up n business for ourselves
and at tho same time help tho
peoplo dovelop tho valuable resources
wo find so abundant along our roads. To
do this wo want their co-operation and
you will always find us ready and willing
to do ou part.
ThoMaJQr was in a, particularly good
humor nnd conversed freely with tho
-writer; and Col. Bonnet in regard to. tho
'future of Breckenridgo county. Ho has
great faith in her future. He not only
says so, but. is proving it by his works.
The McCrackcns have done and arc doing
a grand work for this couuty, and
tho News is willing to givo them credit
for it. Of course the Nkws is aware of
tho fact that there Is soma prejudico existing
among our people against the
McCrackens, ns thero is against all railroad
builders and corporations. This is'
natural where thero nro so many conflicting
interests. But now that tho
road is built and wo see the many advantages
it is bringing us, wo should
worktogether'with these men who have
invested their millions with us, for the
further dovelonment and imnroveaMat
of our county and tho towns along "!
line. We must get out of the old nwr
and show tho men who cowe hMlWftf
their money and invest "it Uutt b $
predate their presence aud tltslr'wsnt;
iuunlty.to.WMy HeaH nplnnt a mlromL
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Put it off much longer. You have been waiting nil this time for
the weather to compel you to "put off" your winter suit, nnd get
into something lighter in weight and nioro seasonable. Now is
the time, and Julius Winter & Co.'s is the plucc. We have mado
up n grand assortment of Sack and Frock Suits in seasonable
Woolens, and in every shape that the fashion plate calls for and
tho tastes of the peoplo demand. We can fit any size or shape,
and, in the matter of prices, we can suit any one, no matter how
small his 'clothing fund" may be. Come and see us at once,
and don't run around among other houses and then, after having
got yourself tired and worn out, como to us nnd find whnt you
want. We want to save you all this trouble and vexation by
you to come to "headquarters" at once, buy what you want,
savo money in the purchase, and go homo happy. If we can. not
suit you in goods and prices, you will have to do without
"Old Reliable" Clothiers
S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l
THE TELL CITY
SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND .MOULDINGS,
And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will Lo done at this establishment In
tho best manner and nt the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Ilodlne Roofing.
Mrs. R. A. Brashear is visiting in
Mr. Brown Helm's elegant residence is
Mr. Abrain Bennett has a new residence
in course of erection.
Dr. Cayn took several young ladies to
Louisville last week on n pleasure trip.
Mrs. James Lay is in Louisville tinder
medical treatment for an afflicted limb.
Messrs P. A. Oelze and Walter Mose-ley
have leased tho Troy Roller Mill, for
two years. Themill is undergoing repairs
now and will be in fine running
order in u short time.
Our town has gone to the show today.
Our usually quiet town was thrown into
a state of the wildest excitement on
lost Thursday by the burning of the old
Moorman house. It was occupied by
Mrs. Pulliam, who was keeping boarders.
The fire originated from a defective flue
in tho kitchen. Mrs. Pulliam lost about
half of her household goods. Miss Bettio
Allen nnd father, who had rooms there
lost everything except a very few articles
of clothing. Our citizens worked des
perately to prevent Mr. E. P. Moseley's
house just across the street from burning
for which wo feel tho profoundest gratitude.
Mr. Miko Blum's largo dwelling
also caught fire on tho roof from flying
sparks, but was extinguished almost immediately.
The Moorman house was not
Insured at tho timo of burning, so the
loss was total.
t' Still They Come.
McDasiels, Kv., May 13th 185)1.
Wo the undersigned citizens nnd voters
in Breckenridge county most respectfully
urge nnd solicit Capt. A. J. Gross
to become a candidate to' represent tho
vCters and tax-payers of this county in
tho next' Constitutional Convention :
Fred Frs.Ua, George
E. J. MoDanlat, J. II. Hart,
J. R. Rhodes, II. J, Coomi,
B. F. Compton, J . L. Rhodes,
W. F. Pool, James M, Parsons,
J. B. Galloway, Joa 8borhell,
II. P. Pool, S. W. Paris,
W. T. Cannon, A. N. Wbtttlnghlll,
iW. 11 Melbwe,"& , -, II. T. Hunter,
;Wra.lK..Rhodes, ? C C. I'iioI, ,
F.K,iRhodes. Bll Storms. t
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J Wo tho undersigned voters of
hereby petition Capt. A. J. Gross
to make tho raco for delegate to tho
J. 8. IUyden, R. E. Haltingly,
U. J.' Arnold, ' P. II. Stiff,
J.T.Stlff, ' E. B. Brown,
W. Ti Lima, J. R. Mitchell,
Charlie Elder, R. L. Ramon,
Henry O'Brran, Jas. W. Manning,
Edwin F. Egart, W. 11. Elder,
C. E. Bnreh, M. R Oreenwell,
II. 8. Adams, Bloom Parr,
J. R. Jarboe. John Brown.
T. M. Peters, R. M. Bearin,
F. C. Elder, W. M. Beavin,
L. A. Yates, J. 8. 8tewart,
Martin M. Peters, C. W. Stephens,
T. O. Jarlo,, 0. Bnreb,
E.Tobln, 0 II. Speaks.
C. 0, Burnett,
Inherited Blood Poison.
How many peoplo there are whose .distress
frets sores, aches, pains and eruptive tendencies
are due to Inherited blood polsjn. Bad -blood
passes from parent to child, and It' therefore is
the duty of hatband and wife to keep their blood!
nara. This Is easily aeoomcllsheoV brra, tlmelr'
HMsf B. B. 8. (Botanle Blood Balm). end1
is trteed Balm Co., Atlanta, for book of most
Jbbm Bill. Atlanta, Oa., writes: "My two
tons were afflicted with blood poison, which
dero said was hereditary. They both broke
sot fa teres and eruptions which B. B. B.
prewtptly oeatrelled and finally eared oom
MnJ.M. Williams. Sasdr. Texas writes Mr
tlktmfm aWWsaehlldreo'wholalwited blood
HwM, fe after use of
iTBTk l(, .
HMttttM AlfiBe pa Wen, H .V.,Fe.
V Bmm 4 a paisoe
)En MaW f wifliiMCasnt on
tare mm tttoaVNg grew
sir, mi 1M mwmW w4s I bta
I,, umI IS kettles Istnwul ny
'TiUTaFkW wfcat gd heils wsl
1 1 i I iTTT 1 1 n I i m I I 1 1 I i
I l l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Mrs. Sam Fowler went to the city last
Mrs. Agnes Ricketts has returned from
Miss Maggie Bcuham spent Sunday at
Miss Laura Smith was visiting Mrs. C.
Hendricks last week,
Mrs. J. W. Smith spent a few davs
with Mrs. C. Hendricks.
A number of familiar faces were noticed
on the excursion Saturday.
We learn that Long Branch is to have
a depot and telegraph station at once.
Mr. S. H. Dooley returned Tuesday
from Findlay, Ohio, will remain about a
Mr. and Mrs. John Hull and .Airs. Mary
Hendricks are at Mrs. C. Hendricks' this
Mr. A. Ditto, jr., Master Charlton and
C. Hendricks took in Barnum's circus
The tin peddler, minus his tinware
spent a night with us last week. Success
to you Johnnie. '
Capt. Joo Phillips and niece. Mrs.
Rhinerison, of Chicago, were visiting relatives
here last week.
Misses Sis McFarland, Nell McGehee
and Ida Mayfield took advantage of the
excursion rates to tho city.
Miss Lillie McGlothlan, lrvington, Miss
Annio Fontaine, Brandenburg, spent a
few days with W. C. McGehee.
Miss Ida Mayfield has closed her school
and will return homo after short visit
to Louisville and
Mr. W. L. Dooley shipped n nico lot of
hay to II. W. Herndon & Co. Mr. AV. C.
McGehee sold to same parties 1200 bushels
Attorney at Law,
Court OFFICE, House Hardlnsburg, Ky.
FARMERS FREE COLUMN.
For sale six head of young cattle.
G. R. PATE, Short Bend.
For sale a good rifle gnn.
N. W. HENORICK. Short Bend.
Wanted to trade Fruit Trees for a good
work horse. W. S. ASH BY.
My farm rur sale, 500 acres of good land.
For particulars address JESSE L. OWEN,
Falls of Rough, Ky,
Wanted two live men to sell Nursery Steele,
Apply Immediately to W. 8. ASIIIiY,
During my absence my son, II. 0. Murray,
Unauthorised to cotle t moneys due. All persons
indebted will please settle with him at
once. O. R. Murray,
Cloverport, Ky. Attorney at Law.
Eeal Estate Agent
ttifAymi for the purchase and sale of
tow lafjfimd lands, l'crsoua wishing
to.bsty or sell are solicited to se me.
tlri CM.. Aht where lrm C'w
Mewl f (he HepM!, l ll kauri.
TTt . . sTi
Royal Poultry Food
Is a Tonic us well as an Egg Food.
It keeps Chickens in a healthy condition nnd makes them lay as
often as nature will permit. It supplies all the needed
material for forming bone, muscle and feathers,
strenglitens thu digestive organs, and makes
vigorous, healthy mid profitable fowls
Full directions with every box.
Try itjou will be pleased
with the results.
We want One Million Pounds of Wool
by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand
Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD KOOT,
YELLOW KOOT and MAY APPLE
EOOT. Send us your CHICKENS and
EGGS. Write for prices to
PIPES & DeHAVEN,
SPRING TOOTH HARROWS,
Pay for themselves first season. Delivered to any railway stathn in
Breckenridge County free. If you want thorn or a good
Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill,
You can make money by buying from
R. J. BASSETT & BR0.,
A word to the Wlieelcrs. You needn't consult anybody
nor make any arrangements- in regard to your sup
plies. I am selling goods now lower than any living man
can sell them and always have Come to my store .in
Hardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to
convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't
ask any more on my goods and sell a groat many articles
for less. I am the original low price man of this county.
If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent,
tJ. A. WITT,
A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive.
J. E. MOORMAN'S
Hog Gliolera. PreventiYG
ym .VlT'SSSSk .laMliMiStov. '
'- - '"i , - es anil nat never tailed. Below
are the names of some of our farmers who have teted Us merits t John Mcador, Dolph JoAk
Big Springs j Bob English, Dr. 0. Z Aud, Cecillan; Chas, llardaway, Bewleyrllle, - f
Experience teaches us that Hog Cholera canno) be cured except in rare cam j Jp tMsj ft
merely preventive wnicn, u gwen according io
It Is put np In sacks at cents per pound,
hags healthy for a year.
AQKNTa Beard Jfc Beeler, llardlntburg) 0. W.
d. E. MOORMAN,
Will prevent the ravages of Choi-cm
on any farm stock, and, In some
cases will cure Cholera, Mthough we
will not Insure It to do so.
It has been tried and thoroughly
tested by many of the best farmers
In Breckenridge and Hardin
oirccuons, wa warrant to fernery .JukUJ.
pounds wW" Issmss
. ,t 4i v
Short, CloverpMt,; JiftulaM iiiijMMr