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AFTEE' CHICKEN CURE'S REVENGE You LiofcoTroni fior; nnd then, wlien sho rushed after you, you struck her down with 0110 blow of your Btick; then, finding slio still lived, you struck her again and again. Sho states that it cnti all bo easily proved; for a lady, hearing her cry, catuo upon tho scene, saw tho last blow, and when sho recognized you, you fled." Constablo Merton "was ublo to tnako this long speech without' interruption, for Guy had staggered baclc, and leaned, breathless and aghast, aguinst tho black mantelplcco of tho hall. Was ho mad? Certainly that seemed the easiest explanation of it all. Tho wot Id appeared suddenly changed. "Mr. Merton," ho said) after a moment, "this falso and cruel; cjinrgo can and must bo disproved. Let Jnot my aunt know tho real causo of mj leaving homo. I will tell her that it is magisterial business." Ho rang the bell, nnd a man servant appeared with suspicious alacrity. "Porter," said Guy, "bring souio wine, 'nndtdl.Mra. Gooff roy that am called over to Deepford on business connected with tho uiurder in tho wood." Tits aunt, Mrs. Geoffrey, catuo out herself with tho wine. " . "Ah Good qvenhig, Mr. Merton," she said; 'Uliis is a very Bad aftalrt Must Mr. L'Estrango really go "Yes, ma'am, it is very important," said tho constablo, whilo readily accepting tho wino offered; Guy himself, drank off two glasses in feverish baste. "You boo" , "Oh, it's all rigfits you needn't cried tho master of tho park. "Good night, aunt; don't sit up for ma I may bo very late." When ho reached tho placo where tho wounded woman lay, sho just had tlnio to repeat her story, to recognize nnd identify Guy as her husband and her assailant, and then sho fainted. Since then sho had not recovered consciousness. . Cholera Cure! Hr 5s ft''- ' - ttrV-.-t- - Vjw- - v dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that fosithvl) aires it hasbcen made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough.for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the' undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts hvo-third- Thousands of I s For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky, PLEASAflT TO TAKE. ' UrWfSWKr9 jJ I KEVER FAILS ," Thn nnl. S.A..tf n oiju 'PfV..... M 1 r. ..u umj .v. bum .... UUl'UIUHl for Chills and Fever, Intermittent, Itemlttent, Iilllous and Malarial Fover, Dumb Apuo, Swamp Kovcr and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. lUn IIZ On tho next lay, as others had expected, May Fielding was too prostrated by grief to ieavo tho iiouso. Ono of tho servants was dispatched to bo present at tho magisterial examina- 4) w V.t tion; but long before ho returned Mr. Armstrong rodo over on horseback. 1'BICE, $1.00 JPor Uottlo. IIo was received in tho drawing room prise Sold If DmggUte antral! y. For n moment tho question seemed to by Mrs. Raymond and Claro, who seemed J. C. M3NDENHALL & CO., be utterly absurd. to havo quito recovered her usual placidbole rsorxmoBs, EKJ.ysriZZE, Tnd., V. 8, A. ity and calm, though sho exhibited signs I,1 of interest as tho lawyer entered hurSOLD AND WAKItANTKD BY ill riedly. Q--IIo glanced anxiously roend the room as ho entered. "Whero Is Miss Fielding?" ho asked. "I trust sho Is not ill." "Sho is quito prostrated with grief, 1 am Borry to say," replied Mrs. Raymond WmmlKSJbKKnetsmmmi anxiously; "but what news do you bring teVAMl us, good or bad?" "Well, it is very much a3 I anticipated, except ill ono particular," said Puul If you call or write the advertisers Armstrong. "Thoro was a mere formal examination, for tho injured woman quito lost her senses beforo morning, of" thut'ho has convinced inc. It was nil though sho declared sho could recognizo him at onco as Jicr husband by soino a hatched up story to extort money, but so well was it concocted that, in hi3 hormarks upon his arm. Sho was too far gone to say exactly what she meant, but ror and dismay to And that his marriago ono of tho attendants caught tho word with you would bo put off and ull his jrAU fjr catalogue. "dagger," 'and there Is cOrtalnly 011 his Ua chanced to ylance at Clare as he ipoke. prospects of happiness perhaps blighted TERRY M'F'G CO.. KashvLL. Tcnn But in a moment there, flashed across forever, that ho lost command over arm tho mark, of an anchor and n daghis mind a hundred things which nt himself and struck her, novcr intending . ger very plainly tattooed." UlK NKW tho, time ho hud novcr obscrvcd-i-look- s, VHANolld to deal so violent a blow." "That may ,bo only a coincidence,' r vratcn ull said Mrs. Raymond. "But what does ho wards, remarks, tho bitterness of which Worth IOO.OO. 4at ftf "But it was cowardly to striko a waith In lh world. rarfact he had not been able to understand when woman at all," sobbed May. say?" Clnickerpr Warrrotadhtsvjr, . (Olio ooj-uunimr "Yes; It would have been utterly cow"By my advicohosald nothing," Bald 'uttered.' Both ladiea' and (tot a tUaa, "Well," )io said, "it may bo so. But ardly and wicked had ho meant it," said &d ( with 'work tho lawyer. "Wo simply plead 'not this I eaualralu. .Oai can truthfully swear: nover. EK3V2Sers,vath JoctUtr can accora ova guilty,' declare tho charge to bo prepos- woid or deed, did I over glvo ClaroiRay-mon-by Clare, "but ho did not do it in premedid Vee, lorathar with our larga Una ISouaetualtl EKCJUrP and aluibUTbciQ ofaamDica. aa wall terous, and await tho moment when this reason to think that I desired her tation, and ho was bitterly repentant rkjnnniAa. "hi! wairh. are tYee. All tbt work voa. woman shall make tho full declaration for a wife. May has always been my after. IIo wanted to remain, nid do hi I bm J do la to aho w wtut wa aend you to thoa who call -- 7 our best to restore her to consciousness, but choice, oven from childhood." against us." raaulia friend and nt lhlwr and Iboaa about oaca la Taliwbla trada for a. wMh holda fof yeara wbantit, aUrtad, "I fear, then, sho has misunderstood persuaded him to fly whilo no strangers. And from sheer forcoof habit tho, (aw pr, fralf ttc.AfUr and thua w are repaid. Wa pay alt you know all, if you would lika to f 0 to work for ui, you can yer lapsed into the dry business tono ho you," said Mr. Armstrong; "for her wcro about; and having seen that the m from 8i20 to !0O par week and npwardi. Addraaa, adopted (11 spiaking to his general list manntjr is very strango and jBUggestivo woman was quickly recovering her t5 Co.. Uojc tf 19, lortluuit JalaUnc miuson of some hidden secret. Lot us hopo it is senses, and hearing footsteps approachof. clients, or when instructing counsel. all my fancy. And now to business." ing, I confess I fled, too. It was then 1 IF YOU ARE GOIHG TO fAIHT USE 1 "I havo no' hopeful message,' then, for IV. met Guy again and heard from his lips May?" said his hostess, who was anxious Tho .message of Guy to May restored tho proof of his innocence of what the BLUE GRASS chiefly on her account, and did not seem sho seemed by night woman charged him with." ' I to daro to faco tho wistful, yearning" oyes her greatly, and time to havo quito recovered her strength. "What Is to bo done, then?" sho moaned. without soino word of comfort, House At tho usual tiino for retiring' sho was wish ho had not struck that woman. "Well, yes," said Paul Armstrong, chatting gayly to Claro, who bad been "I seems to lower him In my eyes. Oh. It with a smile. "You can tell her (hat strangely reserved and silent Clare, if that part of your story could be Manufactured by Guy is in excellent spirits; that ho 'treats At length sho interrupted her. blotted out I should bo a happy girl." tho affair with scorn, and is quito pre"May," sho said "you pain mo by "You do not lova him, then," said pared to faco it in every way. 'Tell theso happy, trusting words of yours. I Clare, gently putting her from her ana May,' ho said, as I jeft him, 'that she have kept silent up till now, because you rising; "if you did you would And exLOUISVILLE, KY. must bear up. It is only a postponewcro bo weak and ill; but it Is otdy just cuses for him in his utter despair ut be" ment of our happiness.' that I should speak Givo mo your 1 IIo chanced to glanco at Claro as he promise first that you will bo brave, and ing compelled to leave you as ho feared ho would Good night. May. IIo sen', spoko, and what ho saw there throw a tliat you will believe that I only tell you you a hopeful, loving message. 1 don't For Sale by now light on tho subject; ho saw the what I do for your good." tldnk It would conduce to his welldoing vengeful gleam of her oyes, tho sudden May turned very pale, but sho slipped if he heard your doubts and complainrush Of color to her cheeks, to bo suca trusting hand into that of her enemy. ings ceeded by a deadly pallor. "Tell mo all," sho said; "it will bo bet"But stay, Claro," cried May, clinging "Oh, tho wind sets in that quarter, ter for mo toTinow." to bcr; "what is to be the end of it all? docs it?" ho said to himself. "I begin to "You must hopo still for tho best, If ho did this that woman Sealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, see daylight now. Sho knows somo-thin- dear," Bald tho wily traitress, "because you to speak, thing, ifbo convicted."forces ho will is going to use her knowledge nothing short of utter compulsion will and Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. "Thero is no doubt of that," said Clare; as n trump card' force words from mo. ButGuyX'Es-trang- o "and ho will bo heavily punished. W11 0L0VERP0BT, KY. "Well," ho said aloud, as ho roso to go, is guilty; I saw him myself in "bo suro and giro my messago to Miss tho woods; I saw him striko tho woman must tnako up our minds to bear thai unless ono of two most unlikely things Fielding, and tell her on my behalf that to tho ground ih his rage." happens." sho has every reason to bo cheerful. 1 "Oli, Claro, Clarol It is not, it cannot "What aro they?" look upon tho wholo thing as a trumped bo truo!" cried May, as she flung herself up affair a bubblo that must soon burst on tho breast of her supjosod friend. "Either tliat tho woman dies beforo essho recovers consciousness or when put to tho test." "I will nover bcliovo that Guy could be capes. Tho'lattor is tho morothat ho o improba-bl"It is best not to bo over confident," a betrayer nnd a murderer." in theso matter of fact days of well said Claro, with a glanco of moaning in SURE CURE FOR "No, no, May," said Claro', pressing -, v her dark-eyeMay's head to her breast in pretended built places of detention and wido awako "No, wp lawyers nro never that," said fondness, that sho might not soo the police. And yet such things do occur, Paul Armstrong. "Fear not, Miss .Rayvengeful glitter of her oyes, tho serpent and thero is at any rato a baro possibilimond, Guy L'Estrango shall not suffer like triumph on her faco; "I do not say ty that ho might escapo. If he docs ho Years a Succoss. For 30 through that. I shall search out every that. I saw and spoko with Guy after it will, of courso, havo to fly tho country." "That would bo a confession of guilt," Itoait tUU Testimony tlion atom of evidence, for andagainst. If was ull over, and I can relievo your heart TJIV IT for Yourkoir. said May. you havo any to givefprayjletmo know of a great deal." l'rtjriitur hive many lettert tile thoe: "Well, what olso could ho do?" Bald it nt onco." "Tell mo tell mo then, I beg," said BETTER THAN QUININE. "I do not understand you," sho said, May, "Do not fear for me. Anything Claro; "If ho remained ho would simply Mr, M. M. Ketterian. Doris; Co., rising. "I fancy I hear May's bell. Good is better than suspense. It is that which bo placed back in prison, under far moro Ark., iaji "I can certify to the fact No. If day, Mr. Armstrong," and sho quitted prostrates mo and seems to rend ray heart unfavorablo circumstances. England, he llughen Tcnlo li the belt chill that and onco escapes ho mutt leuvo tho room. tonli I ever triod. I consider It bettor with hopeless despair." sto than qutulno." As sho did so tho lawyer plucked up "Listen, then, May," said Clare. "Do it Is very unlikely you would you him lieu courage. CURES CHRONIC CASES not interrupt mo and I will explain nil. again for years, unless, Indeed, Mr. II. W. McDonald, Lnurol IIIII "Mrs. Raymond," ho said, "your But above ull temembcr that not a word with him. But I must go to my room Mill , wrlten "Your Hughe.' Tonlo for daughter's manner puzzles me. Do you of what I Bay must bo repeated to any now, nnd you, my dear, look as if n long otiIIU and fever lmi naror fulled jet, sleep would do you good. You must try thiiik she knows anything, and is keep- one, not oven to my mother." and I lure told It to a numhor of chro-nl- o your strength, for who ing it back from feelings of delicacy or "I promiso that," whispered poqr May, and keep upfresh euro tbem ever; tlqo " aasei. It trials tho morrow may or otherwise?" still nestling her aching head on tho knows what kit for Hughes' Tonic and iihlioOtlier Tho last word was stammered out inwarm bosom of her betrayer, "all shall bring?" Sho bent to impress a treacherous kiss stead of tho condemnatory expression PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. bo sacred between you and me." Small Size, 60 Cents. which roso to. his lips. "Well, then," continued Clare, "I saw on tho girl's forehead, and then hastened Mrs. Raymond looked simply aston-khe- d Guy L'Estrango striko this womari down, to her own room. I'bkpaeko uy Hero sho at onco began to undress, as I huyosaid.andohosawmoandknows - PETTET CO., ROBINSON "Really, Mr. Armstrong," sho said, that I was a witness to alb Sho will tell sitting tho while beforo tho mirror and " JCy. XjoiiUvUIc, "you must be dreaming. Claro is very this when sho recovers her senses, and admiring tho Juno like beauty sho reFor Sale by DrmgUti, ' much upset, of courso.at tho turn events they will force mo to boa witness against vealed. ' (TO BE CONTINUED.) havo taken, but sho knows nothing more him. But ho has quite cleared himself lee the label eiAyetir paper hhU than lfe has IfeanTfrom v6tL"Sho has in my eyes. That woman is not his wifo Siibscribo for tho Bulckksuiikie News. tlHioVxpirca thlm weHth," U nor anything to lihn. She never was; Perfectly harmless, contains no or Quinine and con bo clvcn toArsontc tho most dellcuto person with perfect safety. As a Tonic for Tired Feollnp, Loss of Ap petite. Headache, Nervous Depression jind Off Spirits originating from Malaria, ltstandg iono and without a Parallel. "Alir said tho lawyer, "1 tnougnt sho might But you sco we men of tho law catch nt a straw in a coso of this kind. I don't quito sco my way clear yet, of cou'rso; but it must como right in tho end. Tell Miss May that." IIo shook hands with Mrs, Raymond and left her with his usual placid smilo, and with mora than his accustomed gayety of manner. IIo had studied tho tortupus lines of human character all his llfo, and ho felt suro that Cfaro Raymond held eomo secret. If sho was working, or was about to work, against Guy L'Estrange, what was her motive for such action? That wa3 tho question which Mr. to himself, and thera could be but ono answer. Jealousy IIo determined, at any rata, to sound Guy on tho subject Guy was taking tho whole matter very well, considering all things. But ho could not help being alivo to tho fact that his was a position of great danger. Tho evidence at present was dead against him in every way. The very fact of tho marks upon Jits arm having been spoken of by the woman without her having had a chance of seeing them, was strong proof of tho truth of her story proof' which ho seemed unablo to get over, oven in bis own mind. Of courso tho wholo affair was a puzzle. At least, It was thus ho spoko and argued with his lawyer; and though Paul Armstrong, listening and looking into cno open, Honest faco, could not avoid believing him innocent, still ho was compelled to acknowledga that part of tho wholo position. On leaving Raymond Lodge ho proceeded at onco to tho prison, whero he found Guy, pale and distressed, but outwardly calm. "Well, how aro they all?" ho asked. "Pretty much as might bo expected," Baid Mr. Armstrong. "Of courso, Miss Fielding feels your position acutely; but it is Claro Raymond whom I cannot understand. Iler manner is so strange; sho seems to bo keeping something bacK. llavo you excuso my asking tho question havo you over given her reason to supposo that or that alio might have occupied tho position now held by Miss. Fielding?" Guy glanced up at him in great surArm-strongp- ut 1 OUR OLD KENTUCKY HOME! 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D.DABBAQE Wft BoKMIt DEAnSm: Pleaso don't fall to pub. ' I.;si.;Ij. lish tho call for a convention in tho next DAILY KXCItrT Set. Local Time Card. 8TATI0NS SUNDAY. 9.55 a.m. Ibsuo of your paper, and call attention of Mall and Kxpren going Bait Irrlngton- 11.30 a.m.Ly mU.34 a.m. the committeemen at each precinct to bo ' West Irvington Junction 11.35- 5.50 p.m. Express " East., meetings in 12.40 r.v ...llarDeld .. 9 55 p.m. 8uro.to hold their, precinct West Harned 1.05 " 11.23 ii.ra. accordance with tho call. As there has " East Mixed Ilardiniburg .30r.u.Ar 9.59 a.m. no candidate offered beforo tho conven" Weit tion and probably will not, I supjiosc tho DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Court next Monday. delegates will come uninstructed. There For County Judge, Tboi. AJkluon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt went to established yet, as far are no visible lines Sunday. For County Attorney, Jndge Milton Board, as I can see, as to what shape this matter Yours truly, will take. Mr. S. K. Dent, of Leltchfteld, has been For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. K. F. Kkaiw, Chin'n. in tho city several days. For Sheriff, J. S. DeJernette. Miss Lizzie Hall, of Cloverport, was For County Sup't of Scbooli, Jas. W. Miller. ? t PiiesidextJ. W. Kust, of Kethol Fc-- visiting here last week. . For Jailer, John Slaton. male Collego, Hopkinsvlllo is dead. 3Democratic Mass Convention at tho For County Alienor, Len Caihman. r Court-hous- o next Monday. For County Surreyor, F. M. 0. Jolly, Tiik Owensboro Messenger says: It Thero will bo a number of sales made For Coroner, W, R. Pendleton. is hinted that Hon. Dave Smith, of LaCourt-hous- o door next Monday. for Lieutenant Gover- at the rue, will not run J TO OVll COllHESVONDETiTH. Mrs. Daniel and her daughter, Miss nor, but will make tho raco for Congress Oet the news and get all the netcs and in tho Fourth district. is a Tula, havo gone to Dawson Springs to bo Mr. Smith From Dana' very smooth man. With him and Sam absent so vend weeks. nothing but the netes Hill both camping on his trail, CongressCelebrated Maxims in Journalism. Smith and Klack have applied to tho man Montgomery may find 'it necessary County Court for a license to oicn a Juixn: Win. LiniWy, of Frankfort, hns to hike a trip homo before the adjourn- saloon in Stephensport, Ky. declined making the race for the Con- ment of Congress. Prof. Shacklett's school closed last Fri stitutional Convention. Ho began a Normal session on day. Cut. A. J. Gross says emphatically Monday which will continue one month. ltreokcnridge has be a candidate for the llo.v. W. If the Democrats and KepublicaiiH each v railed upon C.tol becoino a candidate been that he will notConvention. Ho apprecifor Constitutional put up a candidate for the 'Constitutional delegate to tlio Constitutional Conven- ates tho many flattering calls that have Convention, what is to become of Henry tion from Fayette county. been made on him, but owing to his Harned V health it w ill be impossible to enter into Tho Ilardinsburg Dramatic Company This Coi.. Walter Evans, of Louisville, is an active canvass for tlio office. will give three entertainments at tho prominently named for tlio vacancy settles it so far as Capt. Gross is concernWednescreated by the rcHignation of Assistant ed, and it now remains with the party new City Hall, beginning next Postmaster General Clarkson. to select some other man. Bo sure you day night. Keard & Heelers store house was brokare right gentleman and then go ahead. en into last Thursday night and their Tiik Republicans announce that they few Mill put a candidate in the field against The people should remember that in safe and cash drawer robbed of a dollars in money. Longmoor for Clerk of tlio Court of choosing a candidate for tho Constitu-tutionTho hogs overturned tho cistern pump As the Democrats have about Convention, tho small fry should at Scott's corner the other day and Marthirty thousand majority in the State, a be left at home. There are so many Republican Mill bo in nobody's way. changes to be made in the or- shall Thompson was heveral hours reganic law of tho State that it will re- pairing the damage. One of the important questions that quire the best talent we have to discuss Mr. Jeff". Ix'vvis living on Hough Creek will come before the Constitutional Con- and revise them. The judiciary is to he was brought to town last week and tried vention for discussion Mill bo whether revised, the election laws will require at- for lunacy. He was found guilty and the judiciary of the State shall be elected tention and the rights of the big corpo- will bo sent to tho asylum. by the eople or whether such ollices rations looked into. No man should deThe Democratic and Republican canshall be filled by apointmcut by the sire to sit in that Convention miles ho didates held a conference here Monday has a pretty fair knowledge of tho his- for tho purpose of arranging the appointGovernor. tory of Ills State and likewise of tho law ments for speaking tin's summer, but no Nhxt Monday there will be a delegate that governs it. satisfactory conclusions were reached. convention held at Ilardinsburg for the It is a pretty general opinion about The work to be done by our Constitupurpose of choosing a candidate to make this tow n that the hog law should bo put the race for delegate to the Constitution- tional Convention next fall, will be the in force. The hogs arc getting entirely al Convention. We are not altogether most iuqiortant that has been done in too numerous, and their depredations certain that such action is wise in the the State since 1850, when our present on tlio public too frequent and annoying Constitution was framed and adopted. shajK! that matters stand at present. to be tolerated much longer. The new instrument ought not to be The dramatic entertainment which wliti-cal Tiik party should not select a man to framed witli a view of aiding any aim should be much comes oir next week will bring ii good party. Its make the nice for delegate to the ConManager many visitors to the city. stitutional convention because of his higher than mere paity success. Its Monroe is quite busy arranging for the skill and success in manipulating votes, character when made, will depend largeand says he will have an unbut solely upon his fitness and capacity ly iiK)ii the character of the men who exhibition Kids for choice usually large crowd. fir the imx)rtant position he is to adorn. are deputed to frame it. For this reason, seats are coining in rapidly. people can not be too careful whom the Messrs II. K. Head and S. It. Dent: TiiKKKisa demand in this town for they elect as delegates to tho Convention. more room. People are coining in every It is the desire of every one, to have a Pleaso extend my thanks to the United day filling up the town and all the good conservative, patriotic Constitution States Life Insurance Co., for the prompt houses in sight, and we must have more To get such an instrument we must elect payment of the claim on the death of territory. Let the building ljooin which wise and conservative men as delegates James Sharmau, although not duo untill However desirable June 24th, I received the full amount of seems to have begun in earnest continue to the Convention. and our population will soon be doubled. it might be to exclude all politicians policy without discount. from that Convention, such a result is J. W. GrrmtiE, Guardian for Lottie Sharman. not to be exacted from the very nature Tin: Padiicah News says: "The ApThe directors of the City Hall Compelate Clerkship contest, it is pretty def- of things. Much however, may bo done initely settled, was won on a compro- by the people tow ards raising that Con- pany met last week and directed tho plan. payment of the roofing bill which was mise or coalition. It will please the vention to a purely patriotic friends in this end of the State to learn, Wherever Conventions are called the $21)0. The lumber and carpenters work though Poore wentdoun in the contest, best qualified and most conservative men has been settled, and an order was made selecfor six hundred chairs to seat tho buildthat the opular George II. Madden is to should be selected, and in case of tions at the polls when no nominations ing. The scenery for the stage is very hi in at the feast. are made, the Mine rule should prevail handsome and was purchased atKvansv'c, voter. In this way the jieople Ind., at n cost of $100. The building Two iTiii.ic meetings were held in with the can do much towards elevating tho body when completed out and out will cost Philadelphia, the home of the protectof men who are to frame our new Conupwards of Sl'000. ionists, last week to protect against the stitution. The icople owe it to thempassago of the MeKinley Turin" Kill. selves to see that as little party politics Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Democrats and Kepublicans were standThe best salvo in the world for cuts, ing together, and, from the speeches goes into the Convention as possible unexisting circumstances. So let us all bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever made and the resolutions adopted, things der divest ourselves, as much as Kcntuckians sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, will lw made mighty hot for this admincan do, of political bias in the selection corns, and skin eruptions, and positively istration in the next national campaign. of delegates to this tho people's Convencures Piles, or no pay required. It is tion. In this way, and in no other, can guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Carlisle does not favor the Senator we do our full duty to ourselves and to money refunded. Price 25 cents per scheme for or government our prosterity. Owensboro Inquirer box For Side by G. W. Short, Clover-Ior- t, warehouses for agricultural products. He Ky., and J. A. Witt, Ilardinsburg, says: "It would be but another wide $100 Howard. $100. Ky. nml dangerous departure from the principles upon which our jtolitical instituThe readers of the Kiikckkmukok A HUMAN PRODIGY. tions are founded. It would be, in fact, News will be pleased so learn that there the longest step taken in time of peace is at least one dreaded disease that scitoward the consolidation of power in the ence has been able to euro in all its A Strange Freak of Nature in the hands of the Federal Government, and stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's CaShape of an Abnormal Growth. the subjection of the private iiffuirx of tarrh Cure is the only ositive euro now Hawesville, Ky., June 0. Mr. Willie the people to the supervision and con- known to the medical fraternity. CaWhitten drove into tho town this morntrol of a central and irresponsible mi-- t tarrh being a constitutional disease, reing, having in charge a thirteen-year-ol- d tority. quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's hoy whoso head is as largo as three orCatarrh Cure is taken internally, acting dinary men's heads. His shoulders, The Hawesville Kallot, in speaking of directly ujkhi the blood and mucous sur chest and arms seem pretty well develJudge Murray's candidacy for the Con- faces of the system, thereby destroying oped, but his lower extrcmeties aro stitutional Convention, says: "Few men the foundation of the disease, and giving small and will not bear his weight. His in tlio State are as well qualified to make the patient strength by building up the hip liones aro so grown together that a constitution as Judge Murray, and few- constitution and assisting nature in dowalking is impossible, even if his legs er are as jopular and deserving." ing its work. Tho proprietors havo so were strong enough to sustain his weight. What the Kallot says, is true. There much faith in its curative powers, that At one year of ago his head began to is no question about Judge Murray's they otter One Hundred Dollars for any grow, and has continued until it has fitness for the place. This fact is conced- case that it fails to cure. Send for list reached its enormous size. His head ed by his most bitter personal enemies. of testimonals. was measured this morning and thirty The latter say he can't be elected, and Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0, inches marks tho spaco around it. Ho they propose to light him over every 4Sold by Druggists, 7oc. can answer almost any question and is inch of ground because of some personal perfectly conscious and is never better grudge they hold against him. Uikiii The Following Communication is pleased than when some ono drops a the other hand, there is, wo think, a nickel into his money bag. from a Well Known Citizen, IdenHo will largo majority of the people of tbitj counweigh about fifty or sixty pounds. Ho tified with the Best Interests ty, both Democrat and Itepubllcans, was born about three miles from Lovvis-po- rt who favor Judge Murray, hut have givof the County. and his mother has been dead seven en way to this sort of antagonism and To the Citizens of Kreckenridgo coun- or eight years. His father married the are willing to sacrifice their better judg- ty, Irrespective of party: I think it a second time, and this second wife died ment liecauso a few would-lio leaders duty you owe Judge J. A. Murray and about three wcoks ago. His father, Wes him and nay he can't be elected. It yourstlves to call on the Judge to repre- Fraizer, is a poor man and is sick most is true that Judgu Murray is not a sent your county in framing our Consti- all tho time, so that ho was compelled to Ho is not the man to get around tution. I am satisfied you havo no betbind his children out. This boy4 was and hustle with tliQlioys. It is not his ter equip)cd or lit man for the place; be- taken by Mr. Whitten, who i3 here toway of doing, but ho is always fair and sides, ho merits It for tho many services day to get tho county court to allow him courteous to all he meets and n man with rendered its citizens in many ways, and money for his support. Ho is as helptho interests of the great mass of the besides being identified with you by less and harmless as a balio and cats as people at heart. In all public entcr- - birth and his whole life. Make it ono ordinary people do, Whllo ho was in risea for the advancement and welfare unanimous call. You will not regret it. tho court-hous- o this morning, ho was tho ttte neonlp. ho him nlu-nvlwum nt 41. n Wo want tho best qualified man for tho cynosure of all oyes. Ho never has IlwVfcn.l lmr.1 uv ,.n,. Will. I.S.. m ... ....... .it num. 11111! llin III- place. A Kkntltki.vx. walked a step in his life, and his head ness anbjijty conceded, his character gives him no pain. At times when his and JntcgrityWcd by the whole peoWorth Knowing-Huoiie- s' head gets to weaving almost beyond conple, the honorw. m10 mmty mislaine(i Toxic Tho old time, reliable trol, ho rolls his eyes back, gives a sigh by placing him fir 1)OHltIon tthnt remedy for Fover and Aguo. Reputaand resumes his natural state. Ho is infolly, to higgle about itlHet the people tion earned by Thirty years success. You deed a wonder, and' it is strange- - that assert their judgment and stnid the man can depend upon it. Tnv It I Dura-oist- s Karnura has' never known of him. Owthey want to the Conventionilx have it. ensboro Inquirer. , Ap-pcalal ut o op-ospoli-tician. Cmtwutial Celebration1 f Kentucky XetkediiM, at lewley ville, Ky., Agent & Crrep'"t Win T. Ditto, Jmly llth, 17th amd 18 tk'. r.aitor business still slccpcth. Tho soda-asKentucky Methodists will celebrate, I. J. S. Moremcn was in Corydon last this year, the ono htindreth anniversary Etui UoHd week. of tho organization of their church in DAII.T KKM in Loulsvillo last this State4 Three central meetings wero II. C. Woodson was FDNDAT. arranged by tho committee. Tho first Ar. 9 00 a.m week. 8.55 " Mr. L, L. Lewis, of Louisville, was In was held nt Lexington, May 15th, tho 8 00 second will bo held at Russcllvilio, Juno . town Sunday. 7.30 7.09 a.m o! Loulsvillo is vis- 3d, nnd tho third will bo held in LouisL. Miss Mary Stucky, h Clo-vono- rt BRANDENBURG. mTTTTrrrrTTTTTtrrrtTTTTTT m rr t mrui n jj itt r i iting Miss Eva Hcrndon. Jtev. Moody preached a very interesting sermon hero Sunday. Tom McDonough and John Nevitt, of Woodland, were in town last week. W. M. Ditto sold a fine two year old colt Monday to Win. Sebastian for $200 cash. Rev. W. K. Penrod, of Cloverport, will preach here the 5th Sunday in this month. A llttlo green bug has about destroyed both tho oats and wheat crop in this county. Mr. and Mrs. Toomey and daughter, Miss Florence, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. II. K. Livers. . Mrs. James Cosby and son, Walter, of Angeles, Cal., arrived Tuesday, and are visiting Mrs. A. C. Rawiings. Miss Nellie Richardson, who has been attending Miss Isold's school, Louisville, has returned homo for the summer. Dr. Henry Ditto went to' Louisville Monday to have his eyes treated. Tho sight of ono is, wo are sorry to say almost gone. Miss Kcrtic Richardson, who has been tho guest of Dr. D. C. Pusey for several days, returned to her homo in Louisvillo Sunday. Miss Anna Hay is spending several days at her homo near here and is accompanied by Miss Eva Cromie, of Louisville. Kruce, tho man that shot Dow near Rock Haven some weeks ago camo in Ho and gavo himself up last Saturday. is now in jail. Mr. Isaac 0 wings, who was wounded by the accidental discharge of a gun several days ago, has been in quito a serious condition, but we arc glad to say he !b now imurovinj!. This morning nt 10 o'clock, at Kecch Grove church, Dr. Max Willett, a promising young physician of Ekron, was married to Miss Ophelia Roberts, the charming daughter of Mr. D. S. Roberts. The town election, held hero on tho first Monday in Juno for tlio election of officers, was very interesting. Tho race for marshal was very hotly contested between Win. Sebastian and Hugh Green received a majority of Green. of two votes over Sebastian. A disasterous fire occurred in tho town of Flaherty, this county, last Friday night. Tho drug store of Dr. Shuck, and the blacksmith shop of M. W. Flaherty together with Jho contents, were comThe loss was only pletely destroyed. partly covered by insurance. ville early In November. Besides, there will be held in tho bounds of each presiding cider's district a celebration. Tho Methodists of the Ellzaliethtown district will hold their centenary meeting at Bowloyvillo, Ky in connection with tho Sunday School Conferenco beginning Thursday, July 10th and adjourning Saturday morning. A largo attendance is expected. Tho hospitality of tho good peoplo about Bowloyvillo will bo equal to tlio occasion. Tho following interesting programs will bo observed : SUMDAT 8CUOOL PEoatiu "Relation of the Sunday School ( the Church" dlicuned by Mev. 0. W. Hall The money lost by the people of this city ii not b'iyiit their Men'8, Boys' and Children'ri Clothing at the right pltuo, and from tho right dealers, would keep tho streets of LouUvillc in good repair m theyear round, and leave a handsome surplus--- . There is no money lost in buying your oldlhing from us, becamo wc sell you a better Suit for several dollars less than you would pay at other stores. We not only save you money on nil your purchases from us, but we toll you a miieh better article of cloth- ing because it is all our own manufacture, at.d every garment guaranteed. Hot weather clothing in abundance, and in all the new fabrics, at all prices, and in nil 1. Judge I W. Tnyman. 5. "The Teacher, qualification!, duties, to." Rev. W. C. lUynei, C. B. Cresger and T, P. Ilarduway. 0. "Teachers' Meetings" Prof. Joel S. Hayes, "Her. and G. W. Heard. 2. 'Who Should Compote the Sunday S. C. Malln and Iter. 8. P. School!" Stiles. 3. "Hoit to Keep o ir Sebooli In Operation all theyear" Ber. E. H. MorrLion, A. B Coleman and J. T. Uanks. 4. "The Superlntendant. lili 'offio and work" W. II. F.nton, Rer. T. C. Petrle, JULIUS I I I I I I I I WINTER & GO. I I I I I I I I 011 Keliitble" 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 I I U I I I I I I Men, What Can We Do J. S. Chandler, Rev. C. W. Meyers' J. S, Mooreman. 11 "Sunday School Music, Power of Song, etc" Rev. W. T. Davenport, Rev. J. K. King, Rufus Uolbert. CKKTK.VJBr PRcamu 1. A paper on Bishops Asbury and MuKen-dre- e by Rev. J. C. Petrle. 2. A paper on "Othor MlnUtcrs Who are Distltgulshed in Kentucky Methodism" by Rer. W. W. Lambuth. 3. A (taper Distinguished Women of Kentucky Methodism" by Rev, W.O. Hayes. 4. "Methodism and Methodists of the Eui-llPart of the Century Contracted with Those of the Present" by J. L. Elrlngton. i. "The Relation of Methodism Past and Present to Holiness (see program In Centrl Methodist of April 19)'V-b- y Rer. Geo. F. Cun-di- llalne, Sr, Rer. J. Olron. 9 "The Sunday ality" Roy. J. T. Jones. 1(1 "Our Young J. W. Gardner. 7. "SundajrSchoolMterature.Lssion-IIelps- , etc. " Re. W. W. Lambuth, B. F Beard, Rer. O. F. Cundlff. 8. The Pastor, Ills Relation to the Sunday School and the children of His Parish" J. A. B. eay, J. CLOVERPORT, KY. F. N. D'HUY, Branch Houso, HARDINSBURG, KY. '- Jp.iiiplmi w wvvtv w WATCHES, Tp.YkrtTi.rhi0Yik - iuvvr vr Grocery Department STAPLE AHD FANCY CLOCKS ANO JEWELRY, GROCERIES, h EJrlogton, Rer. Smith Musical Merchandise Provisions, Confections, Fruit3 of all Kinds, Etc. is School Pro Juoth e ef LiberWaters, Win. Cain, B. A. and Sewing Machines. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ForThemr" Rer. Articles of Incorporation. Be It known Sklllman, er LONG BRANCH. Mr C Hendrick and wifcwenttoLouls-ville last week. Doctor Dewit, of Louisville, t pent ono day last week at this place in tho interest of the Kentucky Rock Gas Company. Miss Lillie Ditto left for Louisville on the lUl to spend a few days and fromi thero sho will go to Lebanon, Ky., to attend the wedding of her cousin, Miss Minnie Phillips. Miss Rosa Hall is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Katie Hendricks. The corn is looking welt in this neighborhood all that is planted. Some of tho low lands have yet got to bo broken and planted. Oats po good. Wheat moderate. Pastures flue. A. Ditto, jr., sold the lambs from 25 head of sheep for 100.25. 8. "Methodism and money" by Rov. J. B. Seay and 0. W. Beard. 7. "Methodism and Education, Past, Pre sent and Future" by Rev. C. W. Teyers. 8. Centenary Poem by Rev. Jas. A. Lewis, of Bowling Green, Ky, Everybody Is Invited to bring bis song hook with him. R. W.Beoytdkr, f. " Presiding Elder. BEWLEYVILLE. Many persons at a distance from the Cash Store on learning tho wonderful effects of tho Condition Powder sold by it, go to their nearest druggist or merchant and call for Condition Powder, nnd when they uso it and get no benefit thev do- nounco the whole thing as a humbug. Such was the case with Mr. F., who got a thing entirely different from that sold by tho cash. Wo havo failed to hear, out of the largo quantity sold, of a single case where thero" has not been a great benefit whero tho jxnvder has been fed lilicrally Mr. S. says that when ho bought the powders and made ono pack-ag- o last two weeks for 75 chickens hegot no benefit, when ho multiplied tlio doso by 10, his fowls commenced improving at onco; saved somo that wero so far gone that ho had to cram them. Mrs. II. says sho received great benefit and saved somo of her fowls by craming. Mr. B. says his chickens were dying rapidly up to the time ho commenced tho uso of the powder and that they wero cured without tho loss of another bird Mrs. McC. woulddn't bo without it, feeds it to her fowls regularly, saved somo of her fowls by forcing it down them after they wero too far gone to eat it,all healthy now and laying finely. Mrs. J. Bays sho feeds it regular wouldn't bo without it for doublo tho cost, got on Saturday 3G and on Sunday 52 eggs, thinks tho amount of eggs gathered varies with tho feeding of tho powder. "When sho fails to feed it for a short time tho eggs fall ofT, and increase again after feeding it. Mr. I says six of his had cholera, were cured by two liberal feeds of tho powder. Mr. B. says tho samo in reference to his hogs. Theso are all rcliablo and thriftv peo ple, all of whoso names will bo given in full if desired. This valuable, food medi cine is no humbug but a thingthatovery ono who owns any kind of stock cannot Price 19 cents a fiord to bo without it. over the counter, 25 cents by mail. AdCASH STORE. dress, Bowlcyvill e, Ky. M. Uullitt and A. B. Sklllman, have this day associated tbemielTes topethtr, as a body politic and corporate under tho corporate nxine of decdtheBOTcrolgnroniodleaoftlioWorld. "The Cloverport Pipe. Line Company," and erne. riucra. ust of rnrxciriL xos. company shall havo perpetual said corporate AVeytiYB, Congestion. Inflammation ., ,tiS succession J shall have power to sue and be WormFeyer, Worm Colic. ,'& a Orylnac Colic, orTcethlngoflnfants ,'ili sued by Its corporate name, to have a common 4 lllnrrlicn, of Children or Adults, ,, ,V!5 soul and alter Ibe same at pleature, to make It Itrscntorr, Griping, JHlloua Colic... ,'i$ contracts, acquire ntd transfer properly real Q$ Vholera Morbus, Vomiting 7 Coughs, Cold, Bronchitis and personal, and shall possess the same powers H Nnnralala. Toothache. Faccacho.... in such resptcls as private Individuals or natuII llendachcs, Klcklleodaclie, Vertigo 10 llyapepsln, Bilious Mnniarh ral persons and no more. 11 Hiippressod or l'alnlul 1'orloda. 2d The principal place ol transacting the 11 Wultea, tooProfuso 1'erlods Ornnu. Coituh. Difficult Urcathlnir. ... business or tald company shall bo Clovo-pori:i Hnlt Ubcuiii, Erysipelas, irruptions. .M5 County. State of KcntU'.ky. Drtckenridiie 1.1 lMmnmntimti. lfheumatlo l'alns. .So j'Vvcrnmt Ague, Chills, 3. Tbe general nature of tlio business of Ill I'lles. Illlnd or llleedlng Malaria.... .Ho 17 said company suull be tbe buying and selling Ill Onlnrrh, Influenra, Cold In the Head .so of natural gas and oils ; lurnicblng tbe sumo to SO Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs. .30 t!4 Urneral llcblllu .lhyelcal Weakness .So private ludivlduiU, companies and corpora. unoy jisr-n.fill tions , transporting the sumo In mains, pipes, 1.110 Jlphllity nl-Wnitkliftaa. Wpttlnir . .fill tubes or otherwise through towns, cities, vilaoaaes)ofluoUcart,ralpltatlonl.OO lages and private and publlo property: furnishing same for heating or illuminating purposes Sold by Druggists, or sentrMwtpald on receipt of price. Dn. IlDMrniuEYs' Manual, (144 pages) and fitting up apparatus therefor and to richly bound In cloth and gold, mailed frro. hold and uwn such property, real and Humphreys' JledlclueC'o.niaFiiltoutit. NY. personal as said company shall d em necessary to and for the business and to convey or transfer tbe same at pleasure ; to acquire, erect, build, hold and own or hold by lease such manufactures and operate same, as said company may desire, In which natural gas or oil are used or utilised or products therefrom are created or manufactured ; and to transact and Pure Ilred Berkshire PI(,s, all ages. Eligible conduct the business of buying, selling, transto registry. ( manufactrlng with and f.om gas porting and For Prices rtid other Information address and oils. J. T. Hob Anns, 4. The capital stock shall be throe thouIlardinsburg, Ky. sand five hundred dollars, paid up and nonassessable but tbe same may be increased at any time by vote of the majority of tbe capital I. stock to any sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) and shall be paid in on tbo call of the. directors. A review term of ono month will comb. The Incorporators shall be the board of direotors for the first year and until their suc- mence nt tho cessors are elceted and qualified. 6. Thcorporallon shall commence upon Hardinsburg Normal Institute, Hon-- lha illtnir of these aittcIeo.foE record and shall day, June Oth, 1890, endure for periodic twenty; five jeara.therer SUIIImn, A. Oelie, Chfts. D. A.L. Oelio, C. W. Moorman, 0. T. W. O. Smart, Jas. T. Sklllman, C. tbat II. HUMPHREYS' Dn. IIumfuiucts' Specifics are scientifically and used Tor many caref ulljr prepared prescriptions In prlrate practice with succcu,and (or over hlrtyjrars used by the people. Every single Specific u a special euro for tho disease named. These bpeclflcs cure without drugging, purging or reducing the system, nnd are in ract and J - t, It c v Bc-d- v Specs Fi cs. For Sale. it. mportant to Teachers BURAS. Oats now promise to bo a failure. Master Dave Pile, son of John, Pile, is sick. Mr. Charley Tucker has tho typhoid fever. M. Meyer sold to F. Loeb a mulo for $175 dollars. W. D. Smith is at his old home this week prizing tobacco. Mrs. John Alexander and Miss Bettio Harned aro visiting in Howe's Valley. Giyo us Jack Gross or Win. Jliller for tho Constitutional Convention, and wo can down a Republican, an Independent or anybody elsci Squiro Notingham met a number of pensioners hero on tho 4th to "fix up" tho papers for tho regular quarterly draw. Mrs. Joo Haynes and her sister, Mrs. John Pile, were sent for Thnraday to. see their father, Mr. Jim Parsons, of Forks of Rough, who is sick. Pleasant Tucker is prizing his tobacco for tho market. Ho handles tho weed well and almost always realizes n handsome price. A spotted viper snako bit Miss Martha Ann Clark o;i the finger ono day last week. Prompt and efficient treatment rendered tho bito harmless. M. Meyer, of Buras, and "Mitch" Meyer, of Eveleigh, havo bought out F. Leo Meyer, of this Loeb, of Custer. place, and Mr. Moyer, of Eveleigh, will hereafter run tho business. Vol Tucker lost a crib containing 400 bushels of corn, ono night this week, by flro. His wagon also burned. Tho origin of tho flro is unknown. 7. Tbe affairs of said corporation shall be managed for the first year by tbe incorporators, and thereafter by a board of directors of not leas than fivo nor more than seven stockholders to be elected directors by the holders of the capital stock, who shall be elected annually at and on the annlverstry of tne organisation of the company under these articles. The directors shall elect of tbelr cumber a president, and treasuror and shall appoint a secretary, and such other officers us they may deem proper or may be provided for Too terms of all officers shall Ii tbe be one year or until their successors are elected Any officer may or appointed aud qualified. be removed at anytime for misconduct by the their successor appointboard of directors, and ed by such board. 8. Tbe highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which said corporation shall sub ject Itself at anytime shall not exoeed ot Its fully paid up capital stook. 9. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. 10. Said corporation shall havo power to rules and make and establish alt regulations deemed expedient In tbo managenot Inconsistent with the ment of their affairs, constitution and laws of this state or of tbe United States. 11. Tbe shares and Interests of the stockholders shall be transferable, but only on tbe books of the company and in such manner as shall be prescribed by tbe Witness the signatures of the parties this Ibe JStth day of My A. D. 1890. II. A. Oelie, Chas. O. Sklllman, A. U. Sklllman, s. two-thirs, s. auer. nnd continuQjuntil the first examination, 1890. ? July 4th, Such a course of study will be prepared us will bo best suited for tho preparation of teachers to stand tho coming oxamina- tion. Tuition Fco, $3.00 in ndvanco. Board, $2.00 per week. All teachers uho aro expecting to stand this examination will do well to nvnil themselves of this opportunity. For further information apply to R. P. SHACKLETT, Prin. 4 J SHERIFF'S SALE. ;o:o: By virtue of Execution No. 2100 and 2107 direcred to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of the Breckenridge Circuit Court, in favor of Breckenridge Bank against Tbe Clo- verport Planing Mill & Manufg Co., ,Vo. I, or one of m Deputies, will, on Monday, the IGtli day of June, 1890, between the hours of 12 o'clock M., and H'-- "' o'clock P. M., at tbe Court house door In ; ., ' . 0. T. Skillmin, A. L. Oelie, W. Q. Smart, C. M. Bullitt. 0. W. Moorman, J. T. Sklllman, FRUIT--TREE- Democratic Vote. The following is tho Democratic voto of each precinct, showing tho number of delegates each precinct will bo entitled to in the County Convention noxt Monday: Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, Ilardinsburg 323 &o. Full lino of small Fruits for Cloverport 407 Liberty Hall , 41 Fall 1890. Writo fdr Bpecial prices 121 Stephensport on lots. It will pay you to buy I5i UnionStar S 100.000 pleto, engine, boiler, belting, pulleys, line sna ting, planer, rip saw, matcher, scroll saw, cut off saw, turning lathe and all other machinery nnd fixtures Also, lot of rough lumber, about 3000 feet, and a lot of moulding, stair rails, &c. DHI1T: $1000.00 Int. from Aug. 15th, 1889 ) 310.00 " " Mch. 19th, 1890 f Co,1, 9'45 177.20 " Aug. 5th, 1889 Costs $3,65 levied upon as tbe property of The Cloverport Planing Mill A Manut'g Co. TEHMS Sale will be made on a creditor three months, bond with annrovod security rat quired, bearing Interost'at tbo rato of 6 per cent, per annum from day of sale and having mo iuico boh cueci vi a nepievin bond, this 31st day of May, 189J. I). II. Sg vtns, Sheriff B. 0. By h, O. Qumobv, 1), S, re-ta- pose to I'ublto Sale, to the highest bidder tho following property, (or sd much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tbo amount, of the Plaint ff's debt, interest and costs), to wit : A certain lot or part of lot No. 35, corner of 3d Chestnut streets, City of Clo erport, Ky., acqulrod by the Cloverport Planing Mill Jk Munul'g Co., from Wiley & Lewis, consisting of ground, building and a Planing Mill com- - County of Breckenridge, Ky., ex- j Jf, . if: - ' ' -- r Vfbeu Baby wm clck, wo gare her CwstorU. When lw waa & Child, tho cried for Cutorla. When sho became MIm, aha clung to Caatorto. When ahe bad Children, she gare them Castor!. Moolcyvillo ClifTton mills Bewleyvillo Big Spring 99 78 , ., .' 110 your trees at homo. All stock warranted true to namo. BUY YOUE '. 47 141 Custer Buras Hudsonvillo McDaniel W. S, ASHBY. CLOVERPORT, KY, ,... , Planter's Hall, Rockvalo ,....,,...., .!.., o 'i 43 60 105 W 02 SHIETS -- mew- ' J. D. BARRAGE. ij-S-l S "'- - j$b - .".' o " & aijt f w w m amakiti $&& . s i.-- IK' y. &.. LT"e . "? . J 'JnfBw ?t BfcF Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta promptly on tho Kidneys, aver and Bowels, cleanses tho system bflectunlly, dispels colds, headaches and favors nnd cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tusto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and.truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most hoalthy and ngrceablo substances, its many excellent qualities it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any relial.lo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. aom-rnen- ONI5 ENJOYS d 8AN FRAHCISC LOUISVILLE. KY. ), CAL. HEW YORK, N.t. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardlnsbnrg. &. Attorneys atLaw. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, Br. J. T. BAKER, Physician E. JV. HARDINSBURG, KY. arOfflce with Murray 1c and Surgeon, Barnes Court Square MILLER, Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVUUPOKT, fiSTOflke with 1). R. Murray near Post ofllce. Seo tho law card of Mr, IV N Miller. Wanted everybody to known Short has all kinds of Machine Oil. Miss Fniinlo Brashear is visiting her brother at Sulphur Springs, Texas. Rev. W. K. I'enrod will preach at Holt's Chnpcl next Sunday at 3:30 p. in. Cloverport is tho only town in Kentucky lighted and heated by natural gas. Dr. J. E. Brown has been appointed St. L. & SUrgeon of tho A good appointment. Littlo Ella Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, fell from"a sco-saInst Sntunlay and broke her arm. For nice, fresh and pure grocorics ' and, provisions you should go to D'Huy s. As to prices, ho will not be undersold. Miss Jennie Leo Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dean, Rockvale, will be married to Rev. C. M. Rcid, Monday, . Juno 10th. A. L. Oelzo purchased from II. V. Duncan last week n vacant lot for $350 immo-dintel- y cash. Mr. Oelzo will build on it dwelling houses. two good Kentucky boasts of its pretty women, fine horses, bluo grass, and her celebrated Ganttr's chicken cholera cure, which plan by is sold on tho W. Short. G. A ten gallon keg of fino ten year old whiskey belonging to Capt. A. J. Gross was stolen from Addison's.landingnlast A reVnrdfof $10 Friday or Saturday. offered for tho thief. ,.? . Your interest is to buy" your spectacles nt D'Huy's. Wo test your eyes and sell spectacles at ono half the you first-claprice of traveling peddlers, dullVtog themselves Professor. Tho Oelzo Bros., are enterprising and have faith in tho tho future of Cloverbuying all mo vacant port. Thnvare lots they can at fair prices, nnd proposo to build houses on them. Articles of Incorporation of tho Cloverport Pipe Lino Company appear in this issue This company has contracted for sufficient pipe to lay through all tho n streets of lower Cloverport and will as soon as it arrives. work Mr. Marion Ryan and wife were summoned to this city by telegraph Monday to see his sister, Mrs. Jas. Lay, who was thought at the timo to be dying. Sho was much better yesterday and some hopes of her recovery were entertained. THE CITY COUNCIL. Ex-May- or PERSONAL, Obituary. "Messed are tho dead who die In tho Lord." Died,, nt her homo in Bowley. ville, Ky., March, 221, 1890, of cancer of tho heart, our precious mother, SiiBan Tucker, nged JO years, 2 months nnd '22 days. AlnsI for ono short year how changed our hopes, how sad tho scene. Tho deceased professed a hope in Christ nnd joined tho Old School Baptist church near her nineteenth year. She was a firm believer in tho faith once delivered to tho saints, ever looking to the great Rock from whence sho was hewn, whoso precious promises had never failed In all tho trials through which sho was called to pass. She was n woman of extraordinary power, both of Ixnly nnd mind, and not until the fell destroyer hnd finished his work did her youthful, nngclic features yield to ago or disease. Sho bore this dispensation of divino providence with unearthly patience and fortitude. Atone timo she snidj "It is forever settled in heaven." This passage seemed to do her good, as it docth the upright in heart. As sho ncarcd the end of her mortal pilgrimage a brighter day seemed dawning. Tho Son of Righteousness arose witli healing in his wing. Her tonguo was loosed to speak words of lasting comfort, to her family, of her hope In the ono offering mado by Christ, of her unworthincss in his sight and of that light in tho east directing her where to worship the holy child Jesus. Not a day panscd by without some prccioim testimony that her life was hid with Christ in God. When tho last came, it seemed it sad, yet holy, place to go with sweet mother down to the brink of the river and tellin a broken way giving ing good-byglory to God, saying "Open the gates," "All is well." "Blessed Fountain,, Theso words to us children wore of a golden like the vibrations harp which will reverberate in our souls as long as life may last. Wo feel to say from that which speaks within, if Jesus had not lain there (in the tomb) and softened every bed, nrosc triumphant over' death nnd tho grave, this heart would bo swallowed up in sorrow on ac- ccouut of the burden of grief too heavy for llesli to benr. Sho leaves six daughters and numerous grandchildren nnd friends to mourn her loss. May each of us bo led to follow tho wiso oxamplo set before in, ever looking to tho same pure Fountain for strength and wisdom. Hero nt His feet we must nil come nt last and acknowledge it is right and that "He doeth all things well." May tho dear Lord bless and comfort the sorrowing children nnd bring us also to the samo happy haven of rest, whore wo shall go in to enjoy his peaceful presence nnd go no more out forever. Trees may bud and blossom, flowers expand their fragrant petals and warbling birds return with songs of joy, but all to mo is grief and sadness since my mother is gone. We ask the prayers of nil God's people whom I hope I love sincerely. M. W. st e, I, ss bo-gi- .''! PH'lW SWH, k Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over Richardton's Hardware CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. HUSH, utore. J. II. TAYLOIl, W. H. TAYI.OK. DRNTISTS Over Zulaufa Jewelry Storo . J. H. Taylor & Co., 0WENSB0R0, 'Frwlerlca Street, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1800. LOCAL BREVITIES. Go to Short's for your Mnchino Oil. Mr. Len Casliinon, of Treston, was in town lost week. Judge J. Allen Murray went to Staph-cnsiloMonday. Aug. Brown is reading law unProf. der Judgo Murray. Tho railroad water tank at tho depot has been removed to Irvington. Cannclton is soon to vote on a proposition to light tho town by electricity. AYhcn you want Oil for your Mnchino go to Short's, ho can furnish you cheap. Ernest Henderson sold to Col. J. C. 'Fawcett, last week, his fino Cuylor colt, for $200. A littlo one year old child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernstus Hall died at their homo in Owcnsboro, Monday. Mrs. J. E. Keith went to Big Spring Monday to seo her daughter, Mrs. C. O. Morcm'en, who is again very low. Ono gross of imported tooth brushes A Just received at Owen's drug store, styles nnd heautiful assortment, all prices. Hon. It. It. Tierce went to Loulsvillo He says it feels quite r by boat .Sunday. natural to try tho old route, even if it is . rt Ed Richardson, colored, was before the.Mayor yesterday upon the chargo of waylaying and assaulting Henry Cato, another- - colored coon, Monday night. Ho ns found guilty and his fino fixed at $15 and costs. The Mayor gave mm mm nil other like offenders warning that if brought before him again they would get tho extent of the law. Moorman & Beelor, of tho new town of Glendeane, on tho L.'H. & W. have a conspicuous advertisement on tho fourth page of this impression of tho News, If you want to bo successful in' any undertaking there's nothing like starting right. These young gentlemen havo struck tho keynotoof success, advertising, if they only liavojthc nerve to keep it up. Inherited Blood Poison. , . pure. Tbii l eailly accomplished by a timely Send uie of B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). to Blood" Balm Co., Atlanta, for book of moit conTlnctn proof". Jamei Ilill. Atlanta, Ga., wtltet: "My 16 ions were afflloted wlthJiIood poison, which doctors said was hereditary. They both broke out In sores and eruptions whloh B. B. B. promptly controlled and finally cured comP How many people there are whoie dUtren from norei, achea, palru and eruptive tendencies Bad blood are due to Inherited blood potion. pane from parent to child, and It therefore it to keep their blood the duty of bmband and wife LffljfcllS Mr'b.M. Williams, Sandy. Texas writes My three poor afflicted children who Inherited blood poison, have ImproTed rapidly after a use of Uedsend." II. B. B. It I J.R.Vllson.Qlen AlplneStatton, N C.Feb. "Bone and blood poison 13, 1885, writes : forced me to have my esj amputated, and on the stump there came a large ulcer, whloh grew worso emy day until doctors gave me up to dle;- -I only weighed 120 pounds when I began to take B. B. B and 12 bottles Increased my weight to 180 pound and made me sound and well. I never knew what good health was before." POLITICS IN HANCOCK Taber and Poindexter Will Lead tho Democratic Tioket to Victory in August Hawesvulk, Ky., Juno 9. Politics in Hancock has not reached tho boiling point np to this date, but will begin to grow warm in tho course of ten days, by which time tho candidates on both sides will bo in tho saddled Tho prospects foragenuino Democratic victory were nover brighter. Though the lending Republicans will not ndmit it, yet n great many of the rank and file of the party concede their inability to dofeatW. W. Taber for county judge. Any ono who has noticed Bono Chambers in tho contests of tho past can not seo tho samo confident smilo ho usually wears, but instead they can see tlcpictcdon his countenance in bold letters tho word"defent." Ben Poindexter well bo our next county clerk ns sure nsho lives until the August election. Ho is n good, honest, capable gentleman and a good Demo" crat. His opponent has, made many enemies by his denunciation of thefarmers' Mutual Benefit Association. During tho canvass before tho Republican primary Lyons mado several remarks about tho organization claiming that if ho was defeated in tho prjmary it would bo dono by tho Farmers' Alliance and not on account of tho popularity, of his opponent, J. L. Brown. Theso nro tho only two contests tho Republicans havo any idea of winning nnd they havo aboutconcluded thatthoso are hopelessly lost. Owcnsboro Messenger. Progress. town Monday. W. C, Moorman was In from Glen deano Thnrsdny, Mrs. J.C.Kolto visited relatives at West Point last week. Mr. T.N. McGlothan, of Irvlngton was in the city Friday. Mr. A. A. Bullitt, of Louisvillo was in tho city last week. Mr. J. A. Hook, of Hardinsburg, was in the city Monday. Mr. Arls Warllcld returned from School at Cecilia Thursday. Mrs. J. R. DoIIaven returned from Louisville Saturday. Misses Titin and Llwlo Hall visited in Hardinsburg last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Bullitt returned from Louisville Inst week. Mr. Guy Moonnnn and sister, Miss May, are visiting nt Brandenburg. Miss Mnggio Bowmer returned from School at Shelby villa Indny. Jully Meador nnd Mrs. Board, of Hardinsburg were in town yesterday. Mrs. J. C. Babbago Is visiting her son J.MKS IlAMIII.KTO.V. Mr. V. G. Babbage, at Hardinsburg. The notice was received and filed and Mrs. Phillip Ditzcnbach is, visiting turned over to tho now board. Tho old ."board then adjourned and Miss Ross Polk nt Tobansjwrt, Ind. MissSnllio Pumphery returned from Mayor Pierce' swore in tho, new board. The first business before tho new board nplcnscnt visit to Huwesville Friday. Mr. John C. Wllkerson went to Ow was tho election of officers, which resultcnsboro Tuesday to spend several days, ed as follows: Mr. Alfred Miller and wife, of near D.niamblcton, Mayor pro tern, Hardinsburg, were in town yesterday. j ' W: IVGrahnm, Marshal. Mrs. Robt. Hendrick, of Clover Creek F. N. D'Huy, Clerk. neighborhood, was in town last week. Jno. D. Babbage, Treasurer. Mi. Arthur Fonl, of tho Courier-Journa- l, Tho next business was tho contested spent Sunday at home with his wife. Hambleton vs. election case of Miss Hattie and Mnster Warren May, Mayor Ticrco. Mr. Hambleton presentcity yester-terdaed tho; following petition, which was of Hardinsburg, werojn tho read by the clerk. Tho petition reads : Dr Payne, a dentist of many years ago, CLOVEnpoivr, Kv., Juno Gth, 1890. is in the city this week talking to old James Hambleton, Plaintiff, friends. vs: Alfred Henneii, of Hawesville, and S. R. B. Pierce, Defendant. J This day caui6"Jaiucs Hambleton and Powers, Jr., of Owensboro, were in the filed notico duly executed on R. B. city Saturday. Messrs. Clint Adkisson, of Webster, Pierco contesting the election of said R. B. Pierco to the office of Mayor of the and D. W. Lewis, of Brandenburg were City of Cloverport, Ky., at an election In the city Friday. Miss Nannie Stephens retumedFriday held in nnd for tho said City of Cloverto her homo at holt, from Mins Hampton's port on the 5th day of May, A. D. 1890, and contesting tho right of said R. B. School at Louisville. Mrs. Win. Hall went to Owensboro Pierce of holding said certificate of electo said office of Mayor, and moved Monday to attend the funeral of her tion tho Council to set aside nnd quash said grandson, little Frank W. Hull. Mrs. J. C. Tinius and little son, of Adcertificate of election to said office, and to ndjudge that said It. B. Pierce is tioti en- dison, were in tho city last week visiting titled to said office, and that said oflico her father, Mr. J. J. Dyer. Mr. Jno. C. Martin,- of Lewisport, and certificate of election bo adjudged nnd awarded to him, the raid Jnmes spent several days this week the guest Hambleton, because he, tho said James of his son Mr. Chas. C. Martin. Rev. Father Jenkins, of St. Lawrence, Hnmbleton, received tho mnjority of the legal votes cast for said oflico of'Mayor of Davis County, passed through this city tho City of Cloverport at said election, yesterday and paid this office a pleasant and because of tho following votes hav- visit. Mr. E. A. Kissam, after a most enjoya-bl- o ing bden cast nnd counted for said R. B. visit of several weeks at his old home Bnid election, viz.: Pierco nt Charles Braxton, Win. Walker, John Piles, Win. in Now York, returned to the city last Hayncs, Henry Newman, Solomon Ruby, Wednesday. Miss Lafio Lallcist returned from Frank Robertson, O. P. Crouch, Gus last week, accompanied bv her Shaw, Os Holmes, Jas. Nanucy, Chun. friend, Miss Maudo Costillo, of Texas, Hardin, Jas. Lane, which said votes are illegal, by reason of said voters not being who spent a few days with her. qualified or legal voters at said election UNION STAR. and without said votes said Pierce diu not receive a majority of tho legal votes Mr. C. M. MeGlothlan was visiting in cast. Said Hambleton also moved that Irvington last week. said votes bo declared illegal, and to Misses Pink Ricketts and Belle Hayncs . havo tho poll purged of nil illegal votes Louisville this cast for said Pierco at said election and are visiting relatives in week. that the certificate of said election and Mr. R. C. Richardson, who has been said oflico be adjudged nnd awarded to James Hambleton as aforesaid, and the quito sick during the past week, is slowly Council not having time to consider said improving. Mrs, L. B. Helm and daughter, Mrs matters, nnd the parties not being ready for trial, it is ordered that caid contest Vaughan, were tho guests of Mrs. Wm and trial bo set for tho 20th day of June, Milncr Fiiday. 1890, that being n regular meeting of tho Miss. Dora Gardner is now in LouisCity Council, and that said parties be villo visiting friends, and expects to reready for trial on that day. main several weeks. Respectfully, Mrs. Sam Cashman, of New Albany, James 1I.uiiii.ktox. Tho case promises to bo an interesting Ind.,arrived Sunday at her father's, Mr. Joseph Cashman, where she expects to ono, as Mayor Pierco says ho is prepared show spend tho summer. to fight it, and claims that ho can up ns many illegal votes cast for HambleQuito a number ofUnionStar pcoplo atton as he claims were cast for him. The tended the circus nt Owensboro Monday, trial is set for the next meeting Juno 20th June 2nd. Judge J. Allen Murray appears as counAmong tho uuuy were Misses Salllo, sel for tho defense and we understand Cora and Lena Richanlson.Mattio Milner, Mr. Morris Eskridgo will appear for tho Belle nnd Esther Haynes, J. T. Milncr, plaintiff. Hubert Bruner, Alph Cashman, It. T. Cushman, and Pope Milner; also Mr. BIG SPRING. Jabez Hayncs and Dr. Milncr. Base-ba- ll and Wheelers are all tho affairs of tho city over to tho new board. The membors were nil present except Mr. J. O. Noltc, of tho First "Ward. Mayor Pierce presided. An ordinance giving the Cloverport Pipe Lino tho privilege of laying pipes through tho streets for the purpose of supplying natural gas was read and approved. . The usual number of bills were allowed. " Hambleton was present nnd filed tho following notice, contesting tho Bent of Mayor elect Pierco : CijovKtiroirr, Kv., May 17th, 1800. It. B. PiKitcK You arc hereby notified that I will on the 0th day of June, 1890, ,at tho regular meeting of tho City Council of tho City of Cloverport, Ky., appear before that body and contest the election for tho office of Mayor of said city for which oilko you hold a certificate, on tho ground tlikil Jiavo received tho majority of tho'legal votes cast nt tho election at, which you claim to havo been elected. Ex-May- or Ex-May- or y. Shel-byvillo It. M. McCracken was in the city MonHambleton Piles a Petition thly. Contesting the Election of R. B. Dr. J, T. Owen went to Louisville Monday. Piorco as Mayor. J. G. Stephens, of Holt, was in the The old board of City Councilinon met in regular session last Friday night to city Saturday. Squire Jarrett, of Stephcnsport, was In wind up their old business and turn tho Ja lixi t 3 C 1 "Just look nt Clara's slinc l Afler rambling all morning In tho wet riiim ami uvea uniting through the brook, th lik m- brilit an ir Jut token from the shell. Whut a magiilllct'Dt dressing Wo! ITS Acme lllnrkliiKU." - j tS -- k r- ACME BLACKINQ Requires no Brush lo Tolish, gives a Brilliant Finish. Protects and Preserves all kinds of leather. Sheds Water or Snow. Shoes can be washed clean, and do not require dicsing oftcnerthan once a Week for Men, once a Month for Women It Is the f'ressinc for Mtn, Women and C'hl'drcn 17 V ., wixlaei CLOVERPORT, KY. s WOOL! WOOL! We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD KOOT, YELLOW ROOT and MAY APPLE ROOT. Send us your CHICKENS and EGGS. Write for prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ZESZ37-- . GUSTON. Our town is improving rapidly. Mr. F. M. Osborne went to Louisville Monday, The merchants arc all doing n splendid business. Mrs. Loyd, of Missouri, lias moved into tho Hnrry Bell property. Mr. C. C. Smith, our popular hotel mnn, is preparing to give n grand Fourth of July entertainment. Miss Laura Smith, who has been at Louisville taking a course in short-han- d is at home on a short and vacation, Miss Eva Coirigan, who has been on a visit to relatives in South Carolina, returned homo last week, accompanied by her cousin, n most charming young lady. Miss Ellen Munford has a new piano, ono of tho handsomest, as well as ono of tho finest in tho county. It is from tho music houso" of Smith & Nixon, Louisville. type-writing, well-know- n THE TELL CITY PLANING MAFUFACTUHEnS OF ..VllJjJjy DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In the Turning and Scrolling line of work will Lo done nt this establishment In the best manner and nt the lowest rales. Also dealers in Felt and Dodlne Hoofing. CORN DRILLS, During my absence my son, II. C, Murray, is authorised to colle t moneys due. All persons Indebted will please settle with him at D. It. Mubbay, once. Attorney at Law. Cloverport, Ky. Notice ! WALKING CULTIVATORS,' RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, You can make money hy buying from ; , Delivered to any railway stalinU!''' Pay for themselves first season. free. If you want them or a good Breckenridge County D. HAMBLETON, n " little J.-- Blow. talk. Go to A. R. Morris for base-balls 1 . ' , - 'y-&rV f Gregory, P. Fraizo nnd Dr. J. E. nro using natural gas in their resBrown idences. Others will uso it ns fast as tho plumbers can put in the fixtures. Have your' watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at D'Huy'fl. "Wo have an exyears in tho perience of twenty-tw- o done in first class stylo, trade. All work nnd guaranteed. ' The Mayor's oflico of this city pays about $000 n j'enr. Tho city pays n regular salary of 23 per month and tho fees will bring intis much more. It is n pluin worth fighting for. That was a vory pretty wedding at th6 Baptist church last Thursday night, wherin Mr. Selby H. McCrocken nnd Miss Lillio Witt, daughter of Mr. Win. Witt, of this city, worn tho happy participants. Mr. C. E. Keith and Miss Ella Witt wore tho attendants. Rev. W. K. Tcnrod performed tho ceremony in tho presenco of a very largo nudienco. After tho ceremony a reception was, given tho bridal party and a few friends at tho residence of tho bride's fnther. . Tho valedictory address of tho Senior class of Centre College will bo delivered hy Mr. It. L. Oelzo, of Cloverport. Tho honor fell equally to him and Mr, B. Y. Grubbs, of Shelby City, and in tho draw for who should deliver tho addrcs8,Mr. Oelzo was tho wiiiner. It has been nip and tuck with theso young men from the to tho valedictory, In Freshman tho Sophomore ycarthoy divided honors for the Henry Barett Boylo Latin Yrito each receiving a- - gold watch. Danvilla bah. Bewlcyville District Joins the Call and for Capt. A J. Gross. Eeal Estate Agent isx Mr. Lea Meyor, of Buras, and Mr. John Cooke, of Custer, were in town the 31st with n drove of cattle, Mr. John Richardson, who had tho misfortuno of having his house burned dovn Inst spring, has commenced work on his now houso. Mr. C. C. Martin, of High Plains, has announced himself as a candidate for the oflico of magistrate in tho Fourth or Bowley ville district. , Meade has tho politician, Hardin tho fighting nnmo ; ' Brcckenrldgo has tho Wheelers and baso- - CLOVERPORT, KY, Wo tho undersigned voters of Bowley-vill- e JSfAcent for tho purchase and salo of District would respectfully solicit town lots and lands. Persons wishing Capt. A. J. Gross to inako the raco for to buy or sell are solicited to sec mo. delegate to the Constitutional Convention: Adolph Jordan, 11. L. Ilardaway, Herbert Cain, S. R. Bandy, N. O.Jaokson, II. A. Paul, Jlenry W. Drury, John Jordan, Nelson Claycomb, 8. P. Drury, J. B. Uerndon, II. 0. Mattlngly. P P. Uaygood, T. N. McQIothlKU, 0. T. Simmons, II. I. Snyder, Joe Ulanu, J, O, Terriu, Chaa. II. Drury. R. J. BASSETT & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. ' Joel Jordan, A. G. Ilardaway, OFFICE. .'Anywhere from Cow Heel lo Ibe Depot, at all uoiira. : "r?Y r FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For Sale Two mares, one J5 hands high, An. ...IHl.. nnA with mula etcAt Iit hftr lltlftl Join Bubki, Addison, Ky. cheap for cash. WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. 1 rrA' i A JOURNAL Printers' Ink You needn't consult, any FOR ADVERTISERS. "bawler," But sho gets there just the same. Messrs. Frank Moorman, Clarence Davenport, Jas. Bramblctto and John Richardson went to seo tho circus at' Louisvillo tho 31st. Just the way of I.ouimvIIIo market Iloporl. Advocate It is very important in this ago of vnst material progress that a remedy bo pleasing to tho tuste and to tho eye, cosily taken, acceptable to tho stomach and healthy in its nature and effects. Pos-- i eming theso qualities, Syrup of Figs is tho one perfect laxatlvo and most gentle ' j diuretic known. small boys. Miss Georgio Ritchie, of near here, nnd Miss Adella Martin, of High Plains, two benevolent, intelligent and accomplished ladles who havo been taking painting lessons hero under Mrs. Davenport, havo just completed their course. Dou't forget, gentlemen, that tho railroad which will run from Hardinsburg to Cecilia is coming up through the Big Wbt Spring valloy and right through our Tlwe&y Hay May mIm4 Custer. Big Spring k fniitflis Br baefcal. town. Good-byr. ' a quite littlo town with wide ,pK (tower-bedawMitg utand lawns ami M...'...... most imperceptibly .into .fair wtter-mwiw- a, Ys4tJrei ..,;....' WmIi tti.,...3 a fertile valley surrounded by Juet-4- t ptae for ; KftT 'griM-Mltero, Corrected weekly by II. W. Uerndon Si Commission Meruhants, 144 3d street. 10 Butter, choice Butter, medium Eggi J 75 Chickens Spring 2 75 Chickens, hens 41 Feathers prime 25 Feathers mixed - 4 Qreen Hides 8 Dry Hides & Tallow 1 25 Ginieng. .' - 20 Yellow Boot 2 May Apple Root 40 K.Cern!T. Is issued weekly, and is the representative journal the trade Journal of American adver Co., tisers. It iadlcatu to the Inexperienced advertiser bow, when, and where he should adver12 tise J how to write an advertisement! bow to 7 display one; what newspspers to use; how much 11 money to expend In fact, discourses on every 3 50 point that admits of profitable discussion. Ad3 00 vertising; If an art practiced by many but un42 derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' 35 Ink understand It, and their advice Isbased on years an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e 8 In placing advertising contracti for many of 4 2 50 the largest and most successful advertisers. A 22 year's subscription costs but two dollar t samVA copies Freo. Address : 43 ple body 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. Como to my storo in B si, Hardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to convince you of tho fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell a great many articles H EH Jm - m tM i of this county. If you want goods bring along tho cash or its equivalent, tho original low price man for less. I am m produce. nurd, - 90 10 00 I3;00 8 09 (g) 8 W 25 w. rL . QUO. V. KOWUL.L & CO., I0 ivv .. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Sprees St., Mew York. xl. A. WITO r jR 3 1 vm s, 1 M W 1 75 Agents Wanted. Art? kedlate4j Hardinsburg, Ky. KY. -' JWMW &&: a ........... I 35 Wai4 tw Kv e bm to tell Nnrsery Stwk, W. S. ASM BY, ULOViarntT, ii t iff o '.- - sr MM ta jw rvr- - Breckenridge News. BURAS. A Rood A few of mln would bo appreciated. onr farmers lmve Mulshed ; Resolutions Adopted by tie 'Xardins School On tho Death of Miss Sco Bowmer. WitKitEAB' in tho Province of God our school-malSister Bee Bowmer, has been called avay from lalxir to rest, bo e, T s Here's our Hand take it, shake it, and walk into our New Store, House. i-- n fc it. planting tobacco. Corn did not come up well hills in three arc standing. about two i'. F .? i k- - AVlicat-nnoat are, so far, an average crop. The Hies are as numerous and fully as mannerly as last year. "It is a long road that has no turns in it," but the pension avenue seems to have none. It is an exception. Mr. Chas. Tucker is sick with typhoid fever. This is the second combat with it. Mr. M. Muycr, of this ostofflcc, will l move into Ids new storo the latter part of this week. It is a spacious and well- , constructed building, Tom and Dick Da- :,.yis being the carpenters. Died, Mny Slut, Mr. II. Hinds, a very 'old and lovable character, leaving many friends to mourn his loss. His remains were interred Juno 1st. May the God of heaven bless and comfort the bereaved its He alone is able. Dro. Harrison should see to it that u An Atlanta Lady's Sad Condition. Itepubliran be apointed to take charge of the postolllce at Love's Abode. Tho "Almnt two vears airo a sore canio on ollico is a very paying one, and the mismy nose. I called in a physician who sives carried are of the gravest imjmrt-aiic- could arrest it only for a few days, when it would appear as bad as ever. Finally conAnother campaign is at hand and it became permanent, and despite the stant attention of several" physicians it again the jieoplc w ill be called uioii to decide, by their votes, the mont import-an- t continued to grow worse, tho discharge fromthe ulcer beingcxceedinglyofiensive. question of the day. The Democrat This was my condition when I commencic clement of this county projwses to fight the battle of the coming contest un- ed tho Swift's Siiecific (S. S. S.)about one der the banner of tariff reform, which month ago, but I am now liappy to say moans"cqual rights toward all and exclu-iv- e that after taking four large bottles of your privileges to none." It isnotourpur-los- e wonderful medicine my nose is entirely to meet our Itepublican friends in a well, and my general health better than hostile mood, but we want to come to- it has been in ton years." Mrs. I.ucinda ltush, Atlanta, Ga. gether on the one common plain of Swift's Sjieciflc (S. S. S.) cured me of a mediocrity, discuss the doctrines of our platforms, reason together and sco which blood tnint that had troubled me for years. would result in the greatest good to the I consider it without nn equal, James Sherwood, Nashville, III. greatest number. We want our Itepublican bretheren to explain to the icople Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases of llrcckenridge put how a protective mailed free. tariff builds up the farmers of our county. TiikSuikt Sitcikic Co., Atlmita Ga. We want them to jwrtray the good of free whisky and free tobacco. Program The Itepublican party has been control Of a union Sunday-schopicnic Saturing the affairs of our countrx for the last day, June 21st, at Hardinsburg. thirty years. Now no call upon them to Meet at the Baptist Church at !):."0 o'c'k. give an account of their hteuurtship, or Proceed to the grounds. else they may no longer be Stewarts. Singing. Mr. Cunningham conceded in his an- Citizenship Itev. J. G. Haswell nouncement at Hanlinsburg the Monday Heading or ltecitation. of April court that, notwithstanding our Songs. interests have been confided to the pro- Responsibility of Sunday-schoo- l tection and care of Itepublican parents, Teachers they have contracted a disease of decay, . . . .Itev. W. K. I'enrod and Dr. X. in consequence of which the financial C. MoM'ley. pressure of the laboring element is be- ltecitation. coming greater every day. lie also said Song. that it was a mystery to him as to how Itelation of Sunday-schoto the Mr. Monarch would ever remedy those Temperance Cause defects through the medium of the J. P. Haswell County Clerk's ollico, Xow, any man Duty of Pupils .. . Itev. J. C. l'etiie with even a eursorv knowledge of civil Song. government knows that it is not Mr. Heading or ltecitation. Monarch's purpose to erase the errors, Duty of Church Members to Sunmade by the IJepublicans, through the day School Itev. H. C. Hook and agency of any county ollice. Such, of Prof. It. P. Shacklett. course, is iuiosgibli. The Democratic Rewards of a Faithful Superinparty has a platform, a declaration of Mr. H. F. Heard tendent principles, the practical enforcement of Heading or Recitation. which would result in good to all. On The Influence of the Sunday-schoo- l this platform she proxsvH to stand. The on lleuevoleiice enhancement of farm productions, is hei Rev. It. T. Hiumr motto. She never verges or deviates Song. from principle in order to secure an office. We are not ashamed of our declarThe First Step. ations. The more you analvw and scru Perhaps you are run down, can't cat, tinize them the better you like them. can't sleep, can't think, can't do anyThey will be declared on every stump in thing to your satisfacti m, and ou wonthe county, and we challenge our Itepub- der what ails you. You should heed the lican bretheren to do likewise. Show warning, you are taking the first step inthe people where you are standing, Von need a to Nervous Prostration. the glorious results occurring from Nerve Tonic and in FJcctric Bitt 'rs you high protection, and if you can convince will find the exact remedy for restoring the jcople that you are standing on a your nervous system to its normal, better platform than the Democrats, healthy condition. Surprising results then I would say, vote the Itepublican follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic ticket. Hut, for principle's Kike, don't and Alterative. Your appetite returns, evade tho foundation on which you good digestion is restored, and the Liver stand simply because it is a county ofand Kidnevs resume healthy action. Try fice and you want it. U--t us examine a bottle. IVice 50c. at (i. W. Short, this grand piece of Itepublican machinCloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Harery. Attar of roseH, a luxurv and a per dinsburg, Ky. fume with which the city belle scents flier handkerchief, her clothing and her Constitutional Convention. person, is admitted to our ports free. It The people of Kentucky having decidis not probable that the laboring man's daughter ever saw any of it, unless it was ed in favor of a new Constitution should adulterated. Hut castor oil, which is see to it that they select men who by charquite necessary to the laboring man's acter, study and experience are fitted for daughter in green apple time, is taxed the important duties which the convenISO per cent. Diamonds, that bedeck tion must perform. The task is delicate and serious the efrich man's daughter and stand for the brains with the rich man's son, pay 10 fect of the work which the convention per cent. ; but common window glass, must do w ill be felt by every interest within the State for the next generation. which lets in the light and excludes Men chosen must have some knowledge from the jwor man's cottage, pays a of 87 ier cent. Gold studs, which of constitional law, some acquaintance duty make radiant the dude's shirt front, are with practical life, some conception of the taxed .i.ri per cent., but horseshoe nails principles which distinguish our Governpay 1 Ni jht cent. The finest thread lace, ment from those which have preceded which euiliellishcs the flounces and fur- them. They should have clear concepbelows of the city Indie's chemise and tions of the relations of the citizen to tho dr -- s, pays .".0 cr cent., while spool State, and understand the province of the thread, that sews on the buttons of the individual and rights of society. Manifestly it Is no easy matter to find loor man's little urchaln, pays 51 per cent. The rich man's daughter receives men who meet these requirements fully, her lover in a room covered with fine and the duties should not 1ms imposed Aubusson and Administer carjiets that lightly on any man. Iuisville Courier-Journa- l. pay 47 per cent., while tho poor girl, with cherries on her lips, mischief in The New Discovery. hsr dimples, roses on her ellct'Ks, health You have hoard your friends and in her eyes Cod bless her receives her sweetheart in the humble cottage parlor neighbors talking alwut it. ,You may covered with druggets that pay 80 er yourself lie one of the many vyho know cent. The finest broadcloth that makes from jiersonal experience just how good tho rich man appear like the gentleman a thing it is. Ifyouhavo ever tried it, that turned Lazarus from his gates, and you are one of its staunehest friepds, bewas refused a drink of water because of cause the wonderjul thing about it is, it, pays 11 percent., and common cloth that when once given a trial, Dr. King's that coven the poor man, 89 per cent. New Discovery over after holds a place Democracy projioses to just reverse this in the house. If you havo never used it hiuli of affairs and tax the individuals and should lie afllicted with a cough, tho highest who are most able to pay it. cohl or any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give D. Ii MOCUU'Y, it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial Bottles Children like to take "C. C. 0. Certain FreontG. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., Chill Cure." the pleasant and guaranand J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. teed cure for Fever, Ague and Malaria better than quinine. Sold by G. W. Have your Job work done ot this office Slwrt. in tho latest style and designs. e. ts tin-col- school will try to emulate her virtues in all those traits, which go to mako up n'perfyct character, so well developed in her young and budding life and so well shown in her proficiency as a 'student, and in all tlioso nlffrl qualities which go to mako up a jwrfect Wi1'' womanhood. In learing to gather wo TVyyT T BBBBBBBBbHpHbH !l lbfl WH vWfl'V 'H'l learn to lovo and respect each other. -lj ') of respect Jleolirtl, That this school out do now adfor our beloved school-mat- e journ and take part in the last sad ritcsof EgEgg&gggg? the funeral services.and.may her rememill j! fli brance ever bo in our hearts and lives. B&ffEB&fei&t fHiHsWlH Itooltvtt, that a copy of this preamble ' "''ii'li liiliflNHf and these resolutions be published in the ft Tnm.TOH'MBlHBB ! JiiiKCKKNitiixiK Kkws niutthe llepubllcnn, and a copy bo tendered to the family. This the 2nd day of June, A. D. 18!0. $$5(B(SjBlS& t'li'iilflHw Claude Mercer, Frank Jorboe, f!B,c&&h&J Anion Kincheloe, Lida Hcston, Katie Eskridge, liniinn May. therefore liifolrnl, That we ns RS53yS353 Wc liavo a full line of tlciral)Ic goods fresh We liavo for cash. endeavored to select our stock to suit the wants Wo desire to call tit of the trado generally. and clean, jKjiw t ''Wt '' " ' just purchased KMjjjiKK 'H! ! Moorman f 'ljfMWl!(mKm IwKKSmiEr MbBJeHb (flflHBH! li' '4 ill? III r t -- !mJShNH IH iHf' llitiBLi ViiHI tcnllon (00,,rKl,oof DRESS goods selected with groat care, wc arc prepared A special inducements. ''l'r f,lU IinP ,,f -- Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats & Shoos,:- strictly Cash and one price 'trt nil, and Call and sco us. that the lowest. EPHt gSH!? jH ..I'jiiil l--- ga "" "' 1T VHHIIIIRbhP fflWSKW fgjMV fcssSf 1 JH jtmkJ - ' r Irjfo ,f 1 I jfh iTl vvMBBWhvMI wmmamsmmmmmmmmmMmmtKKKllllKI SjSGbKMBB Jr V i mmmm 'mmwmz vfyVv SSiSSa "ftTrM MOORMAN & BEELER, BtiSt35QS GLENDEAUTE, KY. 'y- - iQBGB -- CUSTER. MissMollie Cook and Mr Calvin D. Pickerel w ere married at tho residence of the bride's mothcr,Mrs. J. II. Cook.Sun-daMay 25th, at 7 o'clock p. in. Rev. M. V. Lyon performed tho ceremony in the presence of a largo delegation of relations and friends. There was n Splendid supper given and the presents j ore numerous and valuable. ' At tho Custer Hotel Tuesday, May 27, at .") o'clock p. in., Mr. Thomas Carman and Miss Isabell Carman were united in .the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. M. V. Lyon officiating. The occasion was a very delightful one to all present. Mr. J. V. Sccubter, Louisville, is visiting his brother, Frank, this week. Robt. E. Pickerel arrived from Clover. port last Tuesday, lie will bring her home with him next trip, so Madam Rumor says. The Wheelers are taking the day hero. y, What-i- s : 1890 :- i i ICASTORlAi Cotorla lii Dr. Sam! Pltclicr' old, hnrmlegg aad" quick onro for Infanta' and Children's Complaints. Snporior to Cantor Oil? yarcgorio or Narootlo Syrnpi. Children cry for Cattorla. MU FRANK S.COOK j v r w lions of Mothers Menu Caotoria. LUMBER, Cnstorla cures Colic, Constipation t Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; Oires healthy tiloep ; also aIU digestion : Without narcotic stupcfacUon. " I recommend Castorla for children's complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." IL A. Aiiciier, M. D.. Ill So. Oxlord St, Brooklyn, N.Y. Tnie Ccktacr Cosipajot, 77 Murray St., New York. ilii 1 Jlu, SHINGLES, DOOHS, Co. If your appetite is gone nothing will restore it more quickly than "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho great Tonic and guaranteed cure for Chills and Fever, Sold by G. W. Short. Docs Advertising Pay? This is a very important qutation to business men, and ono that only business men can answer. Wo have tho assurance from thousands of them who largely advertise that it does pay, if judiciously pursued, and many of them have given their testimony In its favor. If the reader will take up nny of the city papers from day to day for years, ho will find tho columns filled with tho announcements of leading business houses. They do not coino before the public at long intervals, but regularly, daily, changing their advertisements with the variation in their stocks, qualities and prices of goods, thus not only attracting attention to what they have to sell, but arousing the desiro of buyers to examine what is offered, thus making customers and popularizing theso places of business. This class of men will tell you in this day of competition that it would be impossible to do business or secure anything like an average tnido if they did not invito custom by giving in detail a clear statement of what thoy have got to sell. On the other hand, thousands of men who have started in business with fair capital, plenty of push and n knowledge of trade have gone to the wall simply because they "hid tlwir lights under a bushel," in failing to comiote with their neighbors in Inning tho buying public know where they were, what they were selling and what inducements they had to offer. A mau may have tho best stock of goods in the market, but if he fails to invito custom or make known tho inducements he can offer ho is sure to drop behind in tho race, while his sharper neighbor is reaping a rich harvest. Exchange. Cjcloiiu IiiHiir.iiicv. "Cyclone" inbiifauce has had a boom since the Louisville disaster. In that city immediately 'after the tornado the insurance men met, and udoptod u uniform rate. The policies are issued at forty cents jierlOO for ono year, seventy-fiv- e cents for three years and $1 for flvo years for dwellings, including household furniture; and for business houses, including the stock, fifty cents for ono year, ninety cents for three years and $1,2.) for five yars. Toronto Globe. i GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for .ouisville, St. Louis & Texas R, R. Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tho Barrel, Plaster Hair, 1TO. 13. Estimates promptly made. MAI3ST U!L AND TIME SCHEDULE, Taking llflYcl At 5:00 o'clck A. H., Sunday, Feb. 23, 1830. BET., 15th & lGth Pine & Poplar Shingles al- ? Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring ways kopt on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. HVil Hound Train Ettit Hound Train. Mill. AND STATIONS, nxruicss. 1.20pm 8.00am Lv...UnlonDopot,LouIsv'o..Ar. 1.05'.. Kentucky Street 8.15 Kxrnns. LOUISVILLE, KY. SSTMentioif tins paper. Alms House CAUTION lirico. bottom. If tho dealer cannot supply lou. semi direct to factory, enclosing advertised iVw Tnhn no shoos unlet AV. I.. Douelns' nntno and itrlco urn Hinmnetl oil the 0 00 u,32 9,41 9.52 10.02 10.13 - Pleasure Ridge Park .Valloy -- .Meadow Lawn ..Ktrer View Weit Point ..Hock Haven 1.onj: llranch Brandenburg Kkron- Guaton -- 12.25 ,...12.12 I1.52a H.JO .. 11.11 .. 11.20 11.09 H'.5U M.17 Id 37 Id 30 10.19 10 10 9.55 .. - L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. Is the placo to buy SEWINO MACHINE for less money than any other place In the country The machines I sell aro equal to any that agents charge from $35 to $50 for: guarantee them to bo what I say or no trade. Agents ttIH say the machine is no account, the large difference In our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it' as low as it. can be cut. "Sly Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines loir arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19,50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. Respectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky, 10.23.., 10.32 10.47 10.56 11.01 1 Irvlngton "Webater I Sto, Lodlburg .,.... Pierce Hleldientpnrt Holt .. Shois Sklllpaan HawesTlllo Falcon Lewlsport Powers Pates Owemboro Stanley Worthingtoo SpottsTlIle llaskelts ....Henderson m Samle 10 ifcr.v iBflBBBBBBBSN I1.IH 11.31 . ,. .. .. , - .1 ll:3tf U.5tjkw 12.04pm 12 19 12 30 12 47 12 59 Cluvtrirt &-fl i 9:0 - 9.39 .. 9 2.1 9 19.. 8.50.. 8.S0 .. 8.23 Lve 8 lx 7.45 .. 7.34 7.14 .. 7.05 Lve C.SOiii 1.(8 .. Arr W. L. DOUGLAS moor Waterproof. llcst In the world. Examine hls HAN1KXKWKI) 81S.0O OKNUINK $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Henry iJiccd Grain and Fine Calf, 1.30 1.40 1.57 2 DC ., 2. 20pm Arr Creed. $3 & $2SHOE FOR MISSES.LAFDii8. SHOES WKIVT HIIOH. 4.00 1IAND-HUWKMa.fiO I'OI.ICK AN1 PAICMKltS' NIIOE. H3.BO KXTHA VAT.OIJ OAI.V SHOIC. .& & Hi WOIIKINOMKN'H HUOUS. Kii.OO and 81.75 llOVS bCIIOOI. SUOSS. All made la Congress, Button and Lace. NIIOE. THE L00ISVILLE& ST, LOUIS Ma LIKE. (U. K. A ST. 1.. it. n.) f?-- ' . 81.7S TJeat Material. Kent Style. Beit FIttlnft W. L. Uouclos, Brockton, Mass. Sold by SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO - u. Evansville Bowmer & HamMeton. St. Louis, POINTS AND ALL West and South-Wes- t. iff AA t 1 liswtwt A lUg Hour. One of tho largest bears ever killed in Wyoming was shot by a well known OFFICE, ranchman near Laramie Peak recently. Court House Bruin had been playing havoc among the cattle. He finally killed a cow, upon which ho liud feasted once or twice, but when ho returned again to take another meal he found serious business ahead of him. Dressed tho monster weighed. 1,080 pounds. From the nose to tho end of its tail it measured nine feot.AnacondH (Mont.) Standard. An African slave who was purchased 18:M by u Mohammedan family at Bombay died in 1888. leaving u fortune or G0.U00 to u Parseo. The family of his owner is now suing to recover this property, on the gro id that under the Mohammedan law a slave cannot any property e may acquire. in m-ie- To (do M AIBBAflMo Attorney at Law, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tims-Car- d in Effect Dec, 18, 1888. lrl' VjA V r - JV" l X EviyisviLLE, Ind. . Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7ti5 " ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m. , Evanivlllo 2:25 " For further Information, eull on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, don'l Pas's. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. J H. W. HERND0N & CO., GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC to tho taste as lemon syrup. The smallest Infant will take It and never know it is medicine, Children cry for it. Never falls to onre. Chills onoe broken will not return. Cost you only half tho prico of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. No purgative needed. 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