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For it was notiueablo that when ho Kow MliOiIuriy In blosnom, Ixne, follow; or moiiey: 1 will Bt'curo nil tare of my liuurt, wltli tliu a.lo that. If your love is as great as mine, camo tho lamps wero novcr lit; tho two Over tha village at nightfall vor to fiuy'sweet, theio will bo no craving to re- wero always left to tho lovcrllko light of Headquarters for Merrily teen nnil dart the unullow CHICKEN turn hither providing wo are together.'' tho flames. nightfall now In tho dark niarsU grass "Ono could novcr toll," Guy said, AtAwalu-- the chorus that sings old borrow! May mado no reply, but nestled to him 'TIow can lie prefer her insipid boautyT alio muttered to herself, as slio Burroyed moro closely, sobbing wildly on his "when or whoro spies might bo about. The evening star Is dim (or tlio dew, t Cholera Curo They might bo peering through windows And tho apple and lilao v. Ill bloom again her own ninplo charms "a weak breast, drain Drilln, Fertilizer Oinpnt, 'Micl- "Do not let rao tako you from your and listening nt keyholes, and so forth, Tho honeysuckle Is red on the rock: faced, helpless child! Bah I I liato mywhen everything seemed still and seThe willow newts uter the lirooL like a feather; iirnn Plapr, Sslt, Lime Onl 0 I self when I find myself pitying her. 1 home, dear," ho continued, "to sliaro (11 eirry shadow somo lorn lie hid go through with my plan. my dishonored name, if one thought, one cure." must and will by the llitrrel, Plaster nir, together. the It was on tho next night that May, A J joii and I In MarynorlJWlUliW In Honor's. I havo begun it. Wliat a pitiful coward doubt, binds you to England; but rememE. having seen nothing of Guy, retired to ber, May. if wo part now it is forever.' I should bo to abandon it now!" & "I will go, Guy,"Bho,wht8percd. ,4IIow her room early to read beforo retiring to The lliiiunn I'liicusliloii. For hours sho satthcro perfecting u rest. can you doubt mc? You are my lifo In its treachIn explaining Ids peculiar idiosyncrasy, trick. Plow U ii nd leu. Pi p Fluorinescheme a schemo diabolical was more than ever a Professor Beck said: "I first discovered This, my nil!" ways kept on linmi Order m- ery and crdelty. necessary proceeding, for her mind was that I could be punctured 'without pain Ho rained kisses on her lips so passionBut what of that? cntnpnnipt) by cash prompi stato of wild unrest. at school when u boy. My comrades used It meant Slay's ehaiao and ruin; but, ately that May wondered, while ho in a U tilled. was to bo her wedding day. to put bent pins under me, but tho joke then, to Clare Raymond it meant the (hanked her in broken words for her Two days after sho would quit England was alway on them." Here, hy way of Illovo and trust, ' lovo of Guy L'Estrangc. lustration, the Professor absent inindedly , At this moment a light was seen in the with her husband forever. Was not that worth fighting for? Why was it that dream voices kept shoved a pin into his arm up to the head, Take no shoes unless trees afar off, mid a whlstlo'sounded., was conAnd while this arch fiend IJouclas' name saying to her: "Do not go; do not so and then resumed his reminiscences. "1 CAUTION IV. Iu are iTainDCil on and rjrlce "Ah,1 ho cried, "they aro after mo althe cocting plans for tho destruction of her cannot supply ion, bottom. If the dealer enclosing: advertised May, I almost think readily leavo homo and friends?" sometimes uso awls, knives, sailmakers' send direct to factory, helpless, innocent foo, May, lying in Iter ready. Even now, Her mind was too excited for tears; needles and horseshoe nails. There are Vile. revolving in her mind myself a coward to ask you to share my Thousands of dollars worth ot lonely bed, was Chiro Raymond had troubles and dangers. Perhaps, after her heart was beating high; sho could only two more human cushions Whom 1 tho words which not read, and flinging down her book recall, Professor Rogers, wtio has retired all" chickens die every year from Choi-erspoken. ylIush,HGuyr bIio jsatd; "Jet ua go. impatiently sho rose, and looked out from the business and gone to hea, and It is more fatal to chickens than "Unless sho were to flywith l.im thcy upon tho garden, upon which tho rays a gentleman who called himself Ajax. Tsicry moment increases your danger." all other diseases combined. But the for years. might Across tho grounds they hurried, and of tho moon were now shining brightly. Ho went back to tho baking business As if sho could doubt? discovery of a remedy that positivtl) Tho strips of ground at tho back of the when I defeated him. I have discovered As if, wc3 she to hear his dear voice were foon in tho highway. cures it has been made, and to be con waiting, Hero n closed and fool his kisscsonjtcr lips, she would 'andMielping May carriage was ihe Word houses wero bounded by a somewhat tho only woman pincushion, and before , vinced of its efficacy only requires a inl'Guygavo high back fence, which separated them long wo will bo united in marriage. not yield to any proposal'ho ruadol "" . bottle is enough for trial A to tho driver, and they were soon speed from a piece of waste laud on which When the pins or knives are withdrawn Eiscapcl one hundred chickens. It is guarWhat delight there seemed now in ing away at a rattling pace from L'Es- wero sundry evidence that an enterpris- from my flesh tho incision closes within s of trango Park. anteed If, after using ing builder had intended making a rush three hours, and I suffer no inconventhat ono word! May lay silent in her lover's arms. into work, and then abandoned it. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly iences." Exchange. It might mean to others a confession Sho felt no desire to talk; and even if Far over there, beyond this waste, rose satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken of guilt and shamo. hehadtliejTattlingof the carriage as a church spire. Ancient Seenc Ilcplcti il. Cholera, return it to the undersigned Dut to her it meant tho safety of her it' sped, along jjo swiftly .would ha va'pro-vente- d On either side wero somo trees, and The archaic room in the British your money will be refunded. flight to happiness and lover and tlfeir her from doing bo intelligibly. hero and thero a pool shining in tho silis now approaching completion. could ver light of tho night goddess. Left thus to her thoughts.-sh-o On the west sldo of the gallery stands And so at length, tired out by the exFor sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. Anil there! What was that? ,he harpy tomb, formerly on the Acro-IkjII- s citement and Iter Borrow, bIio slept in call herself happy. (.CONTINUED. She was oppressed by a dread of she of XiinthoH in Lycla. The harpies sweet pcaccfulness, dreaming of happy KEITH FtiU-FIEl- SlHT TO TME. are seen sculptured in has relief, carrydays with Guy, and never once seeing knew not what, and again and agaiu ing off the souls of tho daughters of Pan centlemen. dimly, in all her visions, the swordwhich she was on tho point of withdrawing herself .from her lover's arms and sayIlnlf a Century Behind. Fine Calf, Heavy Iaxced Grain nnd Creed. dnreos, a Lycian hero. On tho north and was about to fall. Waterproof. to dis- south walls of the room aro arranged the moor llest In tho world. Kxnmlne 1U ing words which would havo etopped It is nt least fifty years too late HUOB. 5.0O flKNIIINK HANll-HKUi'.- n pute tho proposition that newspaper that flight forever. casts of tho pedlmental groujw from the Wl.I.T fillOK. H4.00 llAND-SUUKTho days passed wearily. JM.BO 1'OMCK AND KAltlMKItH' H1IOE. pays. Tho reverse may have templo of Athene, in JEgiiui. The origBravo or not, she fought with this VAT.IIK ('ALKMIOE. 8.BO KXTItA ORKINOJIKN'H NIIOEfl. Tho condition of tho woman up at the feeling and conquered it; so, much bo, been true when Rip Van Winkle went to inals, it will be rcmcj.iliered, are at MuB.J.SJB & Hi M H2.0O and M1.7S HOYS' hCHOOI. HIIOK8. nothing tliat when tho vehicle drew up with a Bleep, but Rip has waked up, and even nich. They represent the expedition of infirmary had not changed, and All mode la Congress, Button and Lue. further had transpired. jerk at the first railway station that Guy "Schneider" can hark out tho truth to iEginaten heroes against Troy, guided LAFD.r!8. & It was a dead level of monotony wait- dared stop at she auoko from a sleep she him. Not only docs newspaper adver- by Athene or Minerva, and the contest ei.75 8HOK FOIl SUSSES, Fitting. ing, waiting and MayTielding's spirits had been enjoying in her lover's arms. well, and on the of the Greeks and Trojans over tho body tising pay, but it pays nest Material. Kest Style, llest The onlv Certain and Itflectaal Cnro fell accordingly. In the train Guy disguised himself whole better than it ever did before. of Putroclua, descrilted in the "Iliad." W. X Uoiielas, Brockton, Mass. Sold by for Chills and Fever, Intermittent, ltemittent, Tho weather, too, had changed ton dull, even moro, putting a thick muffler round A. fow years ago newspapers wero not The templo was erected befote 503 B. C. Dillous and Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Kwamp Tever and all Diseases originating drizzling rain, wearisome and depresshis neck, and subsiding into a corner what they aro now. Thoy wero fewer & -- Chicago Herald. a Torpid Liver or Malaria. from ing, and though, as May Fielding sat in with his arm round May's waist and her in number, and in all that characterizes rcrfecUy harmless, contains no Arsenic good nowsp.iper management thoy were or Quinine- and can be Riven to the most her own room on this eighth night after head resting on Ills shoulder. the "lli-it- r Murcliluurss" Didn't Illte. del leato person with perfect safety. tho outrage, tho downpour had ceased, London was reached in the small inferior to tho newspapers of tho present Gi eat amusement has been caused in ApAs a Tonic for Tired reeling. Low of there was pitch blackness without, and hours of tho morning, and Guy at onco day. Remembering that our allusion is English circles In Rome by a story Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. petite, Headache, Nervous Depression rnd among the chartering a cab, ordered tho diivcr to chiefly to tho papers of tho smaller cities tho wind howled dismally our Spirits originating from Malaria, It stands which is going about of an American ione and without a Parallel. dripping boughs and over tho sodden tako them at full speed to an obscure and country towns, no one who is fa- lady, well known for her devotion to 3STO. 1'IIICE, by DrtgyltU prnrralfy. 81.00 years thoaiistociticy, having put her foot in lawns. miliar with tho facts of twenty-fiv- o sheet in a south London suburb. Bold wo say fitting accompaniment sho thought A It was extraordinary to May to see' ago will dispute with us when it rather moro than usual in the endeavJ. C. MENDENHALL & CO., to her own weariness and sorrow. how clear sighted he was through it all, that, wonderful as has been much of tho or to make a sublime coup. She wrote sou rnonunoBs, Tu III ii Kircet Thero seemed nothing to look forward as if everything had been arranged be- progress of tho last two or threo decades, to the Princess Louise, "Dear MarchionErAlfSl'TLTjE, Intl., V. 8. A. to but tho cold routino of a public trial, forehand. to our newspapers ess." asking her to tea or luncheon, 1 the advance in resiect SOLD AND WARRANTED I)Y which, if Claro's words wero true, could "Where aro wo going, Guy?" she asked, lias not been surpassed in any other di- don't know which, and promising to Al S'.OOo'ck.A.K., Sunday, FA. 23,1890, havo but ono ending tho conviction of as they rattled onwards through the rection. her nftenvaiil to a well known Guy L'Estrango and a long, terrible somewhat grimy streets. In the days of tho past advertising studio. But the "Dear Murcliioness," Knit lliiimil Truim term of imprisonment. of men who who had never seen or heard of tho lady Wet Hound Twin) "To Mrs. Preston's," ho said, "an old paid. Conspicuous instances M1I. AND MUL AND Only ono thing in all was surtj her servant of my aunt's. I will leavo you crew rich by early perception of tho ad In question, seemed to think that this STATIONS. k: there, for I must hido away in far more vantages of newspaper advertising rcau-il- y was going it littlo too far. and the reply EXFKK4S. certain, unswerving lovo for Guy. como to mind, while the truth that sent will not, I fancy, be shown generSho was seated at tho fire, which, in dismal spots than that, while this huo 8.00au Lr...UnionDoiiot,Luuisr'o .Ar 1.20 ru 1.05 Kentucky Street 8.15 spito of tho time of year, sho had had and cry is after mc. She is a good old thousands of jierbons who uchloved no ally to tho lady's friends notwithstandAlms House lit, for bIio was chilled and pulseless, soul, honest and trustworthy, but you personal celebrity mado handsome profits ing the autograph. London Truth. Pleasure IMUge Park PPffSra?3 J VaRSH m 3B CMT when a slight noiso at the window at- must not confldo in her too much. Here by tho samo means can bo eabily shown. Vnlley newspnpors havo much In this day the you muslj bo Miss Maud Rivers, and I tracted her attention. Ncurlj Lol l!l Tongue. Meadow l.awn With a nervous, startled feeling at her must pass as Tom Hartley. I thought of to commend them which they did not Hirer View A cm ions accident happened in Balti-nun- e 12.25 9 01) West Point then possess. Thoy are better printed, thoso names on tho road, and tcleg.'&phed t heart sho turned her head and waited. week, according to a special 12.112 . V Al Hock Iluven.... Again tho sound came tap, tap, tap. to tho worthy old soul, so sho will be for ono thing; they ure more prosperous from then to The Cincinnati Enquirer. U.52AH Long llrancb... 9.41 .. ., and have a better commercial standing, John DcntA'h, 13 jeans old. Is employed "Who is there?" sho cried in a tremu- quite ready to welcome us." 11.10 . 9.5Z Urandenuurg ... Again "that unaccountable, uncomfor another. The pajiers of the class at a basket factory, and during dinner 10 02 lous voice, as sho draw asldo tho cur11.31 . Ekron. 11.20 .. .Quston fortable feeling passed through May's sjxjcially referred to have at their comtains. hour, while taking a pull nt Ids coffee 10 U. 11.00 . Irvingtvn... As sho did bo, she needed no answer; wltolo being, a dread that she had dono mand a reading matter service which flask, his tnugue was diawu into tho noz- 10.2J .. .. 10.59 .. Webster.... ono glauco gavo her tltat; and sho start- wrong, a feeling, in fact, which alio did puts them fully on a level, as to matter, zle by hin lion m that, try as ho would, 10.32 .. .. 10.47 . Lodlburg.... 10.J7 .. . j"XAal f . fl In!! with tho most prosperous metropolitan he could not get it out. it was drawn 10.50 .. ., ed back with a cry of mingled joy and not liko to confess to herself. 10.37.. Pierce TEnRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Te:ih Mrs. Preston was all that Guy had daily. And so an advertiser, when pre- further and further in until tho flask was 11.01 .. .. fear. 10.30 . Sainplo .... announcement for insertion, foiced into his month. The tongue to 11.10. ., 10.19 .. ..Stcnhcnsnort For there, without, palo and ghastly, said, kind,, respectable and hearty in her senting his vUlK KKW 10.10 .. ..iioit may feel confident that his advertise- nitiko matters worse, began to swell, and, 11.18.. . welcome. IKMAHoUd but certainly living, was Ouy L'Es9.55 .. 11.51 .. . Cloverport.. Sho at onco drew May into a room ment will lo printed in good company, after vainly trying to get it loose himl worth In th world. itc up 9iuu.uu. Write! trango, 9:50 .. Shops . 11:39 .. JwAtth War-fielbIio had opened tho winon and, since these aro ulso tho times of with a bright fire, very acceptable In an instant timckMpcr Wrrotd liryt self , ho hurtled to tho hospital. Dr. 9.39.. Skilluian ... 11.S2au. 40UD oolu paniinr printing machinery, in good, legithat muggy morning; but Guy would 9 U .. ....Hnwesvllle.. lifter some difficulty, released the 12.0lru.. I Roth Udlci tnd rtnt t chi iIih. dow, and stepping out on tho balcony, lHHF aFwiih worki udctin ol was clasped to her lovcr'a breast. 9.09 .. ble fonn also. 12.19 .. . Falcon not como in. disuguml member. qutl rtlat. One riuoHfa 8.50.. Therefore sinco newspaper advertising 12.30 .. .Lewiiport... rh local! tr cn tccur Again and again ho kissed her passion "I must not bo Been about in tho daytortftwr with 001 Urg rfree, 6.38 .. 12.47 Powers... ately, and then in a low, murmuring light, my darling," ho said. "I must has always paid, even in tho day when ltd vtliubl llnofllohll Jimt I'uiiUlimrnt. Putes., 8.21 .. 1H hjHLHBH.i7ik n nnlfl. 12.69 wU Tbeto MipW. get away while tho day is dull and nowsimiiers were, by comparison, poorly volco ho said: Mother Come hi now. Tommy, and All th work Tw "HmAimrH 1Tk W.A. an 1.08 .. Arr. .Lve 8 Ham ..Owensboro... -y m1 do U la thow whit w Mrul yoa lo .hot who cU- wf directly it printed and only moderately edited, the put on your clean clothca. "May, my darling, I daro not staj heavy. Expect mo 7.45.. Stanley 1.39.. frfn4. n4 .nrichbort and thoMv.-.tout vaarsi- whan Aiwaatartad. , business man is htaudiwr in his own light -. v u.Lt..Ma- fee 7.34 . 1.4U arrange about tho ono will bo Vorthngton . here. in vaitUDit irmoe iww. "n the back lot) Tommy . "J"1- - l. i no oro rpW. Wo Pr the blackest kind of u shadow "' us. 1 Some escaped, andeuro to observe is dark. I will wo can bo married spe- and casting a student and a liberal usei All right. (playing I ball in a babe hit. 7.14 .. .. Spotlsville ... ip woik for ul. roy eta 1.57 in if ho is not shall bo pur- cial license, and Soon'rt make havo you know .11, If TiuimU Uk. lo to wMk.ndspwMdi. Aidrou, m from 7.05 .. .... ilasketts.... 2.06 .. . .. threo days." n"fcCo..MoxSl, rortlauil, Maine. sued. Uavo you courago to comocui-unMother (two hours later) You. Thomof nowspaper advertising. ..Henderson.,.. .Lve 6,60am 2.20rxArr, mo at tho boathouso by the sir. After which it seemed strungo that meet as! Como right hero. directly ho quitted tho, street he hailed TO PAIHT USE "lake?" . T,hoimis obeys and gets a '.omul thrashIF YOU ARE GOING Australia' Wool Clip. hUBCfllKM One ..nlie lemurk-in"Yea, Guy," sho said, and in a dazed a hansom and ordered tho driver to tako lOMIUkT 1IWI"IVI- The pat wool season in Australia lias ing, which ho bears heroically, BLUE GRASS him to tho Clarendon club, which ho been it highly profitable one, and not way sho moved as if to go at once. at tho close, "Served me just right, iiiimir.r llie ' d nt luiMlntalur. out un. "No, no," said her lover, "you must entered quito openly, and passed into only havo prices been sail factory, but bo it did." ,u. ru I tl. w Inwill rud KK con-reI iitK I.U.OX e.tli llltrt tho coffee room as usuaL put 6omo thick wraps rouud you to Mother For not obeying" mamma? House bImi tho clip is tho largest on record. It Is Onl, llni. Hb. writ. S t ti. it oiiciiu ptakt sur ( What could this mean? Was Guy de- estimated that during tho season 1,48.1,-00- 0 Tommy No. For not making a base this light dress, and put on a hat. If lltAlllMIK AUfOUlt.TtlUlllllll ceiving his trusting littlo fiancee after 10 lilt on that chump of a pitcher. Texas may keep you somo time." nlurnl. lo Hvw our bnluKWcru exported,again8tl,l85,000 tlitthwk.mn rour urlrhhori Sittings. Manufactured by Sho went in at onco, and in a few mo- all? rouQ you 1888-nd and 1,815.000 bales in 1887-- 8. of llili ftdr.rtLtro.at Timo passed very wearily for May in competent authority estimates that ments returned. "Bl-Aihnwi tk sm.ll tnd of lb I.I.. -- . A -J bliUtn llemlluiis llutlles. oMjx. Tho faHowIm cat tW "" uposriiw f H tKlatoa 10 Site had closed tho French window be- Fielding in tho dismal littlo house at the total value f tho clip nt Australian A Morocco correspondent of The Petit hind iter as she entered, and when she Brixton, with n6thing to amuso her but jwrts was about 23,000.000, against a Marseillais !ays that with n quantity of tho dull babblo of tho well meaning LOUISVILLE, KY. spened it again ho was gone. , little over ifc2l,00u,000 for lSStf-- O. and merclmiidiM' which arrived boinc time .1. . W. Al.tk n.rt nf It. bulk. It ll HloJ. dOtttlU lUt tL Sho was all in dark things now, and landlady, the perusal of some out of date about 17,500,000 for 1887-The squat- since at MitMigau, from Morocco, there from lb. .U,t,wriU. 0 1 dir u,l. Iriw Wa to writ.0it oc. Wo nrtl .imm lrrM tripping down tho iron steps leading books, and tho contemplation of tho moting comiMiik'S Mild the banks, which weio eight boxes consigned to parties lll.r notonous row of houses opposite varied from tho balcony, sho was soon speeding largely intcifnted in stations, haw who conld not be found. At length the r4itiM,ll llAtLETTktO.. Uo BB0, routLASU, MAIM are For Sale by over tho wet lawn, confident that no ono only by tho different color of a blind or during, tho lat two years: been able to boxes were oicned to see if their contents tho disposition of a flower. could see her in. tho darkness. UMlflJltlHl materially rtireiiSlhen their position with would give any indication of their owtier. Guy sho saw littlo of. and watched Dut two eyes had seen her, X ,itttJ mat JjvJ Industry. There They contained the headless bodies of tilfi Jtt!j"'VJ Ho camo for a fow minutes only on tho respect U the justouil owing her going in cruel triumph thoso of to the is every jumped that, jjqumu tSujt 't3 So W J4 oo Cj sixteen voting girls and a uegress, una first evening, saying that oven this short Claru Raymond. the !niiruvtments mado on the also tho body of n man. Each hotly was (Jipmt 'mrzi'oi jv suzosximi'i May found her lover at tho boathouso, visit, which began and ended in tho runs, cspeci.illy in tho storage of water, 'f'JO-si npo 'uvjnui) The affair is u carefully embalmed. ills liat pulled over his eyes, tho collar of passage, was at the peril of his life, and tho industry will fcuffer fewer vicissititi ii) fnif ijio ueiivt!jfHffi'FJyivi-piiv-ii- u Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, liis big puzzle. necessity Xtun torn ji it fuv 'tuciiMijfMij iiuoui ulster buttoned round his throat regretting in bitter terma tho tudes from drought in tho future than Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. iuo-ixi so that vcrylittlo of his face could bo which would force them to bo married ft i'upj Xppc puo ft spurts ivtuSiJ' tj)0) llueaii't IVmit to He Mured At. has K'en the cum. iu the past, and that 'puv tJtiut y; nctJwcy; uijjri CLOVERPORT, KY. in tho dismal littlo parlor of tho Brixton seen. Enuienir William seriously objects to vtpitnettj tivy Vitivf jvnjc Jo tiouivi m tho nroduciiuu of wool will steadily lodging house. "May," ho said, taking her hand in being stared at, particularly jt church m .finjis unq MPy Y'y,n imp9 SutSuu i progress. Dry Goods Chronicle. However, It was heaven where sho his and looking down into her face (sho U0 liai' lotted a cabinet order iu which jitieu tif npti iuivSi ui pooi v MM up , could not sea Ida eyes in tlo gloom, but was, and so on, and off ho was again. Mngupor tlurclurs In I'ubllo Uulldluji. he says that "from the moment I enter sniiSi(ii(in 'suoijnijujuo atyiofo u punqv ,)j ttoC'jijiunu i)v ym f9 'lvVI fu0 W A dull pain was at May's heart as ho sho guessed how lovingly thoy beamed Government buildings wem to bo par- church until I leave huudieds of eyes aro, 'joffion v pup Ji'nop uo ei Mjiop mo uiojf to put left her, and sho hurried up to her littlo ticularly aimed at by Singapore burglars. to my gieat unnoyanco, fixed on me. I upon her), "I am como '" tvi puv uutf "f I'? e '"" ,JV desire nt least to bo able to Isolate myself iittioit i'ue feef 'tjt.ieu fjeiji v ha Nay, hear mo room. v ;a your love to a great test. Some time ago the Chinese protectorate Was her awakening coming? And offices were broken into, then recently for it few moments at divine bervicu Sunme tjut Vieuiiiu yw " out, for at any moment wo mity uco tho ,vn V py P e yJVrof lanterns of tho polico flitting hither and ought sho hot bo thankful, if it wero so, wo had a L'irglary iu tho jail attended days. All those who desire to look at me up SURE CURE FOR 'Jl'H can do so during my daily ridea in tho Ctvjqt v 'tutue) uuxpup ptutux "! search 6t me. Clare has told that it did not come too late? lo&s of money and other valuthither in with the if or "Unter den Linden.'" Sho wept bitter tears; sho blamed her- ables to tho amount of 5l0, and now we ThicrgM-tw- i you all my cowardly felly and my pun If ." 'UN'IVOVW SUXODNM 1 fiho murmured hear that lij'ht night thieves got into the that I self for her inconstancy; lahment. ShoJiaa told When Paul Blouet, popularly known am innoeeHt of all save tkatl Wow that tho namo of "Guy, darling Guy," and polico office hurst ok.-- hi: t.lmelruh and For 30 Years a Success. that woman was never my wifo or aught lieggcd him, as if present, to forgivo her; carried o'.I u cash box co-- : lining about as "MaxO'Itell." the author of "Jonaand yet sho craved to bo at homo at the $.53 in ciip'i and some Milnuble papers. than and His Continent," said farewell to mo," Itcail till 'I'etiUiiioiiy then lodgo with Clare and Mrs. Raymond, The box belougul to the coumor'a tleik, to America after a sojourn of several TKV IT for Yoiimeir. Yes, she has told, mo," whispered and found herself wondering whether, and it is thought from tho geuunil cr months, ho carried away with him $20,-00Pionrietari hive vtuny Itllert ttlc then: May, nestling to him" 10.0Mof which w.ih the proceeds of May," after all, sho could over havo loved him cnuutaiictti mirrouliding tho iso that the BETTER THAN QUININE. "Thanks for your Bwttt-truU- ', Dortey Co., Mr. M. M. Keiteraon. twwfWMl jlovo in at all, for tho feeling, all mastering as it robbery hud Ken eotnmttted by nome tho wilii of hiri Ikmm nnd II1.000 for the hoaaldi Arkii(Ts; "lean certify to the fact remain had been, seemed fast dyiug out. person or peuons well at qualnted with lectures hu had delivered. the world. vill that HugW TiMiio la Una bait chill "Never mind," sho said, as her poor the lou'ine of thu office. Straits Thnes, in England, If I tay Jiiro I am doomtnrilj I evor tried. I conoldcr It better Matilda Louise ijchumack. 13 years aching head rested on a wet pillow that ed, ' I cannot deny the felawj it' was wittbun qnlulno.," A lllii riulct in Mu.mu-- . old, died at Bt. John, N. D., fioi.i an nessed and will bo sworn to, and, May, night; "1. wast go through with it all CURES CHRONIC CASES. The receipts fiom thu rude of stamp at electric shwk. While ut the S.'ilvntion bear it bravely, my kve tlw woman is now for Guy's sake. No doubt my feelMr. II. W. MaDonnlJ, Laurel Hill the Brooklyn iwjstollleu for tho month of Arm burntcks she touehetl nil electrie dead. Tho charge against mo now is ings aro only those of a foolish, frightMlti., writes: "Your Jlughss'Tonlo for chills snd fever has never failed yet, ened girl. Never shall Guy be ablo to April, ISM. iiuiiiiuiteil to H .'270.82, be- lamp with an iron lo!:ei antl nt the Kami one of murder." and I havo sold it to a number of euro-nl- o As hla stroag arm iteld Iwr, Iw felt say that I fled from and betrayed him in ing mi increase of $H.WI8.0I, or 1(5 -l per time she itiicoiiK'iuiuly caught mi Iron oases. It eurcs them every tluo." cent., over tho corresponding month of post, thus completing the til cult. Ikw site shuddered, and lie bent and his liour of danger." iikiXoOUiir Ask f I1..H' 1m ktaMNafcer, For two days she saw nothing of her ldO'J: an t'Knreaoe or 9MU0.05, or 16.21 The monastery of Midi;, in Austria, has he lover; on the third ha broughtthe special percent., over tho corresponding month "I am hmWiig tlts place PRICE SI. 00 PER BOTTLE. of 1863 nn increase of $17,153.12, orlW.SO Jart eeMirated the 800th uuiilversary o' license "and thtf ring to show her. said, Small Size, SOOcnts. Never tatam smh I set foot in England. She tram bled and IjIusImkI a Iktle when per cent., oyer tlte, eorwwpling month it fuuiu'iitimi or 70.98 riagw eh saw, ti plain gold ekvlatiand the of 1887: autnm-HWioW aitu pwt, Uar oVm, tflU night Mkw Jotwphlae iinsofl , the j llOWNtON - PETTCT CO., fwinidaMB-ailMa- l docaa8.it; but when per eeut.. mvr tlHveomspoHding mouth adopted by Mr. aad Mrs. GUdirfotM a a Ky. XonivIU. DwmtUU. Ur- - to'b4kiMa'iterr)MfiNgUf,aft4i whis-re- tl of 18W: mm IrwrVHXt'.or JrU.:J0.St, or 101 proton, is aa Oakhuwl (Cal.) gkl. Taa "WUatT crtad May. tiuwliiz for But Vy cent., fiyi'r 11m? fcwvKMidliiK miwith "glorkwa eBtaate" k bM to baj"nlim.d wank of'kwinf and blissful tledraoaVW ' 'TJb)m. she felt uoors restful, and lay of &83; ail invmoM of b.748.40. or 1 10 luhBTVoiM. 'WW. my .darling, 1m month criad. komnifliaiiii sjaaaWiiiili far to. Him, in his anus like a tired hlkl in the. dull per cent., over the YorJf Woild. of lfcl,-X- ew ttMt extlreu lhl mmmlM. II "unfea you will fly with me. W tihaK .bwnf tho parlor fire. 6 CURE'S If EH not want GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, feo.YeakeliCo I 11 Pine Poplar Shingles CUT RATE STOEC Brandenburg, Ky. ' Note Our Prices Suits ft a. , riner prices $18.00 no . 15.00 . 12.U0 . 10.00 ,. ' not-me- ct 50-cen- Ifc, Jfi .. ,. 8 00 7.00 5.00 ' " $15.00 12 60 10.00 8.26 0.1)6 6.00 3.75 two-third- inu-jcu- astLTIJav oHOE. l) W. L. DOUGLAS rmmmmmk tp3 Six sty les Men's Wash Satinets Suits, woi th $6.oo vill bell for the next 6o days at $3 50, A full line Men's anil Youths' ' f odd Pants. Also a full line in all sizes of the cclebiatcil Hull Dog Jeans Pants. Youths', Boys' and Cliildreu'sStiits at oncfiflh olf'ol original pi ice. Cliildrcns' Knee Pants 2.jc, 33c, l8c, 57c. Men's and Hoys' Hats very cheap Men's Shoos worth ".$1.00 3.00 " ' $3.35 2.25 1,20 " " style. 1 1.25 " " ,... 2.00"1,C5 1 $3 $2 SHOES 50 These goods can be had ill any One lot Men's Diogans worth at 75c. ii 11 Bowmer Hambleton. Ladles' Hutton Shoes (Dnngolal worth $3.50 i 11 v 'n 11 PorBottlo. TIME SCHEDULE, KT 13. dS 2.75 2.50 2.00 2.00 1.66 5 11 1, 11 11 11 11 '1.20 tj5 (3 98 GK "W.. szEZOiEex A full line of Misscs', Children and Haby shoes all at educed 1 prices. All Bleached and Blown Domes-- t c Cottons at manufacturers prices Dress.Goods. 36 in. Henriettas nil now shades worth 35 (iti 25 10 in. Serges all Wool new shades worth Got 50o. Mohairs and latost style worth 50 (it) 40c Ul. Cashmeres nt Popular pticcs. lu-i- F. F.P. " FINE SHOW O&SES. C. Block Goods, viz : Ilcmiettns Woo! and .Silk Woofs, Diap Dc Alma, Helvetia, Solid Riis, Bcn-gali- ne , and Nuns Veiling at reduced prices, all Silk. Ulk. Lace for Dresses worth $2.00 $1.25 95 (ij) iiil". rnrra ,,Vlrl',fl s FREE. " Iilk, Nets for Dresses worth I.i0 .... 2.50 1.50 ier-fect- ed te. A big assoi tment of Embroideries Jackonct and Swiss, also Hemstitch We aie licadquaitcrs for these goods and will sell you them cheaper than any one else. Dress Ginghams. We call the attention of the trade to the (act that we now have the richest line of Dress Ginghams in;ii1 ihe maikct, Renfrew, Stodards ami fancy. Normaiulies in stripes and plaids. Chambrays plain and striped. Scotch Zcphyis and French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. g RcadyMked Faints, warn- - .r FREE K fr.l 9, ri Tnobt-ftnnl- $1.25 PER GALLON 8. ;j. O White Goods. Plain worth 20 15 12 10 15 4I$iorUg. HUGHES' vust-uess'- ' " " " Stripe and Check worth, 10, VX 10 12atul 8K 15 XI &.$& ?i!rfi-t)tpjiitfj- Hosiery. In Btiilington Fast Black, very, 500 pair Misses and Chil- -' dren's Hose, nssorted sizes, solid -and striped, full regular made worth ' cheap. 20, 25 10 c. A Full Line Two doirn Safety Pins Four Bars Toilet, Soap Fifty Slate Pencils f ht tuf T'fi of Notions. , . yu,to, fj 5o , , 5 5 " One doien Cedar Lead Pencils.. .T..5 0. And a great many Novelties, Notions and Shelf Hardware and Tinware to be found on otir 5 Cent Xgpunters. Come and See lis wa l- ui f og r;j.mmr4 cut wr w lr E333 pr nm: rir Eraudenb ? s- - MrHHBinHnHZjIHHMIIkiafBMMBHiaaM bwa w "waMamwwmammum'iBttmnvm' ? imX3aF.Kmm llppSMilMivlW i,'MKlj1BCrT-- , ' 5 rp. - '! 'iWiiwjiJU.fwifc, Jtnuiiwmmniiinp JT!??' x -- i ' - w r y - ...' B! is J&ECKENRIDGE jmHHS " NEWS. IS, 1800. zflkf Jiftst . ..,.?v. SHI J!!s t raaaenflBr WEDNESDAY, JUNE a. JNO.D.BABBAQE UV tft TkWHL r !wK$i lRt. I.. &T. Local Tlwo Card. Itod Mall Eit " Weit ;. "And Express going East ." ikprots " 4 " HHk . I'manifflKf - Wett East Wett I.. 9.55 a.m. 11.34 a.m. 5.50 p.m. 9 55 p.m. 11.23 n.m. - 0.59 a.m. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Adklsson, Attorney, Jndge Milton Hoard. Clerk, J. K. Monarch. J, S. DeJernette. W. Miller. Sup't of School, Tor County Judge, Tho. For County For County ISP" "fm Ira EV i-.v ' For Sheriff, For County 'or County Ja. l3PKSSnB or Jailer, John Slaton. Alienor, Len Caihman. ft 7?. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. u fi - Get the newt and get nothing but the news and From Dana's Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. to ouit g'oiiiu:simndi:nts. news all the Ol'li CANDIDATE FOR THE CON- t STITUTIONAL CONVENTION. , ... f The Democrats of IJrwkonridge luive been together ami made a nomination for the Constitutional Convention in the person of Mr. William Miller, the present County Court Clerk. As Mr. Miller's term us clerk expires in August he will be free anl untrammelcd, should he be elected to the Convention, to serve d and the jHiople in a fair, Although n Demounbiased manner. crat, born, reared and schooled in the faith, he is a man of the people, and if chosen to this honorable jKisition, it will be his sole aim to serve tho people in the very best way he can and to the Strictly a man utmost of his ability. from among the people honest, conscientious and upright liis on purpose as a member of the Constitutional Convention will be to plumb the line of duty as Knowing the man and he sees it. him the the object in making the duty of the nominee, it should party to stand by him. While Mr. Miller was not our individual preference as n candidate for this position, he is the choice of tho party unanimously by their delegates in the convention, and he should, and doubtless will, receive the entire ote of the party. open-hande- I' Tiik Frankfort Capital pays the following compliment to one of Clover-port'- s highly esteemed "Mr. Arthur Y. Ford, who made wi excellent a corresimndent for the IxHiis-vill- e Times during the Legislative session, has joined the stairof the Courier-Journand become editor of the 'In and About Kentucky' department of that paper. Mr. Ford, in addition to being an accomplished newspaper man, is one of the purest and best men connected with tho press in Kentucky. Modest as a woman, and as gentle, he is at the same time a fearless gentleman, read to maintain his rights at all hazards and at all times, lie is an acquisition to the Courier-Journalstall that should not be soon let go, as easy, graceful and con scientious writers are not easily found. sons-in-la's says The St. I.OUW that those Democratic leaders who were better than their party Cox, Handall and Heck are dead. It is a great pity that there can be no more found in the Republican ranks who are no better than their party. Corrupt as the old machine is, it seems that there is not a man in it (ilobe-I)einocnit t to improve it. Some time ago it was thought that lluttcrwortli might prove himself better than his party, but when the test came the party shackles were too Strom: and he fell into line like a little man. Why will men who claim to be sens ible revive old war stories as a means of exciting jxilitical prejudice? The war has been over for more than a quarter of a century and every sensible person knows it, but there are yet those whose minds are not capable of grasping and analyzing principles, and so long as they live the bloody shirt will wave. Such mental capacity is rather pitiable than culpable, and such persons deserve sympathy rather than censure. Tin: New York World has secured from South America a copy of the Spanish edidition of the Mail and Export Journal and has had photographed the advertisements which appear in it of the protected manufacturers of this country, oliering chilled steel plows for SI, machine mowers for 10, feed cutters for $!, etc., free on Ixmrd the steamer at New York. Thw is quite interesting to farmers who pay $! for these same plows and corresiKJiiding rates for the other machines, all owing to the protective tariir. Owensloro Messenger. lliiKCKKSiiuxii: county politics have The simmered down very quietly. Democratic lenders propose to inako no light except on olitieal principles strictly, and such a light has never been declared on. Our Republican bretheren can't alFord to liavo tho two principles contrasted lefore the dear jwople. K .'. T. i b If Tin: entertainment Winchester will oiler the I'ress Association has been anA trip to Middlcsborough, nounced. that thriving city in the mountains, will lie one of the enjoyable features of tho ' meeting. tho Louisiana State lottery Company will carry their bill before the Legislature of that State by which their lottery privilego is to be ex tended for n ieriod of five years. Hon. W. W. Dickerson, of Grant county, has been nominated to succeed Mr. Carlisle in Congress from the Sixth Kentucky district. It looks as though riiifrV A 1km ,jUMl r ,j Cleveland been purchased .at it cost of $2,500 . r ! W1U be liuiiff in me mi iiouse. line if 1 1 -- Miss Adel Smith is quite ill. Dramatic entertainment to night. Mr. G. P. Jolly was in tho city Monday Tho brass band will bo on parade this evening. Mrs. Lulu Rush has returned from Uewlcyville. Tho Citv Hall is large enough to seat every body comfortably. Mrs. Oliver, of Custer, was visiting Mrs. Guthrio last week. The Clovcrport Planing Mill was sold at tho Court house door Monday. Mr. Coleman Haswell's new houso is quite an addition to tho east end. Mr. Monroe's new bakery isaooui completed, Ho will move into it this week. Tin: action of Mr. Henry 1 lamed in Miss Jessio Mercer went down last nuppublic withdrawal from the Saturday to attend tho Dean-Rei- d making a race for tho Constitutional Convention, tials. before tho convention last Monday, was D. II. Severs and John Alexander wise, manly and honorable, and tho bought tho McGill hotel Monday for News commends him for it. Mr. Dar- Si.m ned is a Democrat from principle, and it Miss Clara Hayes, of Russelville, is is no time now for him to get oft" on the visiting Misses Katie and Lizzio wrong foot. He would have been entirely out of place in making an indeWe Imvo been informed that Sam Harpendent race in this county for tho Con- ris has received a six hundred dollar stitutional Convention or any other pension. His friends, who are quite numerMrs. George Hayes, of Russelville, Ky., ous, saw this and they were pleased to is visiting her son, Dr. J. K. Hayes of see him back down from his stand which this place. be had temporarily taken. Tiiis is no Tho members of the llaptist Sunday Our party is School" have announced a picnic for next time for experimenting. being watched with an eagle oyo by the Saturday. enemy, and it "behooves all hands from Mrs. Will Moorman, of Planter's Hall, all quarters to stand firm and do their was in the city Sunday the guest of Mrs. duty. J. D. Peeler. Mr. J. S. McGary and wife spent last In milking the npjiointinenbi for pubcounfy, Mr. Mon- Saturday and Sunday with their relatives lic speaking over the arch lias wished to do no more than has in tho country. In the canvass last been customary. Miss Maggie Smith's school closed at year and on previous years there were Rewieyville last week and she returned nptioint-ment- s. to twenty-si- x from twenty-tw- o homo Saturday. In marking the times and places Henry Harned did a good thing in defor thin campaign Mr. Monarch didn't clining to make an independent race for deem it necessary to establish a new the Constitutional Convention. precinct or depart from the old, but to Mr. J. E. Monarch knows something take in all those taints where they were will discuss it seems the Repub- alwut tho tariir and he naturally expected. It whether he is met by a Republican or lican party would be better pleased with a still canvass, but as they could not re- not. Chairman Beard presented a letter fuse entirely to come before the public, from A. J. Gross to the Convention last they then tried to cut the list of appointments as short as iossible. Mr. Mon- Monday in which ho declined to make arch has shown no desire to do any tho race for the Constitutional Convenmore than the Democratic representa- tion, on account of his health not permitting it. tives have always done. Manager Monroe and his company Ji imik Murray's name was not put be- have been at considerable expense and fore the Convention at Hardinsburg last devoted a large part of their timo in getMonday. While it has been his desire ting up the entertainment. Lets give to make the race for the Constitutional them a crowded house and n big send on" Convention, Judge Murray has never this evening. given his consent to go into a party The friends of Mr. James E. Stone will scramble for the position. He has never be glad to learn that he will likely have consented to run unless the people of no opposition in his race for clerk of the the county would honor him with a call Constitutional Convention. Mr. Stone is irrespective of party. a most worthy gentleman, and very capable of performing the duties of tho $100 Reward. 8100. The readers of the Uhkckkmiikc.k position. Nkws will be pleased so learn that there Mr. Thomas Board, of Owensboro, was is at least one dreaded disease that sciis at has been able to cure in all its in tho city last week. Mr. Board ence stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca- present in the drug business at Owenstarrh Cure is the only positive cure now boro. While here he met many of his known to the medical fraternity. old friends who remembered him hens lieing a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's during bis school days. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting Mr. Mat Payne had a pretty lively exdirectly upon the blood and mucous sur- perience with a runaway horse attached faces o'f the system, thereby destroying bethe foundation of the disease, and giving to his buggy last Sunday. Tho horse the patient strength by building up tho came frightened in town and ran about constitution and assisting nature in do- a half mile at brake neck speed before ing its work. The proprietors have so Mr. Payno was able to check him. Mr. much faith in its curativo powers, that Payne escaped unhurt but his buggy was they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cu'. Send for list badly damaged. of testimonals. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Address, F. J. Ciik.ney & Co., Toledo, O. fl"Sold by Druggists, 75c. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever BEWLEYVILLE. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Com is generally well cultivated and corns, and Bkin eruptions, and positively looking well. cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Unfortunately for us, we have at this guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or time fat hogs to sell. Price 25 cents per money refunded. Clover is fine and meadows would be box For salo by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. "Witt, Hardinsburg, weed. better but for white-blossoThe tobacco crop, though n small one; Ky. Fiiank Ix;slie's Illustrated Newspaper has the advantage of being set in good in a lengthy article, very wisely says time and weather fine on it. Riley Dowell, Esq., is a candidate for that "political parties aro to bo judged to the office of Magistrate in and weighed by their major purposes and their dominant and controlling tenRewieyville district. dencies, just as a man's life is measured RewieyT. J. Jolly, ennumerator for and weighed, not by what ho may do in ville district, says he will be through, one hour or in one emergency, but by with several days to spare. what he does in all tho crucial tests of The oat crop is an entire failure in his lifo as a whole." This is truo and this section. Tho cause is a small insect logical, but in the samo articlo wo readt of a green color covering them by the 'the Republican party has always been millions. party of reform." Evidently tbero Tho wheat crop is also short, not aver- tho aro but few people acquainted with the aging 00 per cent, of a crop. Harvesting g. o. p. Most icople prefer tho facts of will commence by the 22d. history to mere assertions. Tho paper Wheelers aro numerous with us, but quoted cannot give, in the who'o history whether they aro receiving any benefit of tho Republican party, an instance in from their organization; the writer is un- which it supported a reform that was to able to say ; but ho is of tho opinion benefit tho mass of the people. It has that tho timo and talk it takes to run it attempted to reform tho ballot by intimwill eat up the profits. My advice to idating voters with marshals, and tho the fanners is to keep nway from picnics, federal election bills now pending aro base-ba- ll games, stores and groceries as but means for giving iwnnaneney to much as possiblo, and work more, ro. such a system of reformation. Tho jeo-pl- o solve to sell more and buy less, and then demand a reform in tho tariff laws, stick to it. and this great reform party hns recently Friday, lcing n court day at llowley-villtreated them to tho McKinloy Bill, so drew' a good turn-ou- t of peoplo pernicious in lU provisions that tho fair and the. county candidates also. An at- minded Republicans cannot endorso it. tachment suit in Bquiro Powell's court Tho present administration took chargo Judge of an overflowing treasury and in a littlo caused considerable interest. Mercer and V. G. liabbago wore tho at- more than a year their great principles torneys in the caso and they made a of reform have brought them faco to lively fight of it, the attachment in favor faco with a deficit. Tho election of of Henry & Daskctt being dismissed. Haycstaud tho protection given Quay Quito a crowd assembled to witness and Dudley In tho party ranks aro salient tho game played between tho Rosetta poinU that prove that tho old party lias White Caps and tho High Plains base- always !ccn for reform. Perhaps this ball clubs Saturday, on the grounds near high authority hero quoted has a now Rosetta. Neil, tho pitcher for tho White meaning for the word "reform," for tho Cups, sends a curved ball intended only history of tho g, o. p., lioth in its "domifellow t"o hit. It nant and controlling tendencies" and in for the cross-eye.proved to tho vki(ig club to be Iiko the "emergencies," shows it to bo thoroughalways out of the way. ly antagonistic to ever' idea 6f reform. i 'Irishman's fiea Esk-ridge. of-lic- e. Cr-tur- rh o, d -- little paragraph in tho Republican, published ntllnrdlns-burg- , attempts to call attention in a derisive way to Mr. Monarch. If the Republican party had n candidate who could successfully comlo with Mr. Monarch on tho stump there would bo no cause for such silly writing as this. In fact, thcro is never a cause for such stuff unless the writer wishes to advertise himself as tho kind of man Solomon referred to when ho said a certain kind of n man and his money soon parted. Uecauso tho Republicans can't find men in their ranks to defend their principles, they grow sour and accuse tho Democrats of copying sjweches. If tho Republicans will start out somo men who can copy and declaim after thejr leaders they will show more ability than they nre showing now. Tho Republican party in llreckenrldgo is done for, and, like tho wounded serpent, when it bites every thing else within reach it w 11 turn and bur its fangs in its own anatomy. This poor, puny twaddle of the Republican is but one symptom of dementia, and wo hoiw that before any more develop the subject will be taken care of by charitable friends. Somk little fellow in a HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Agent & Correp.'nt V. U.HAHHAOE TIME TABLE No. I. 1IV.I MJ.HDAY. . Kn,t B"""' DAILY MCltPT " STATIONS. BCNDAY. Cr - 11.30 11.35 1 a.m.Lt r. Irrlngton... llardimburg 05 - Wnlj Harned Junction Ar. 9 00 a.m 8.55 - l.iinp.M.Ar bv. 7.09 a.m '3U It will Imj a good show. J. 8. Ditto was at homo Sunday. Mr. II. L. Bell, of Giiston, was in town Sunday. Mr. Davo Henry, of Irvington, was in town Saturday. Miss Nellie Green returned from Owensboro Sunday. Misses Eva and Ena Corrigan aro visit ing tho Misses Lewis. Miss Lillian Lewis is visiting Mr. R. J. Patterson near Giiston. Mrs. Ellen Robinson, of Big Spring, is visiting Mrs. II. C. Rawllngs. Dr. J. Max Willctt and bride returned Friday evening and aro now at their homo at Ekrou. Misses Fannie and Ifester Woolfolk and MisS Annie Richardson attended the n wedding last week. Misses Eva ami Maud Horndon entertained a number of thpir friends last Thursday evening to meet Miss Mary Stucky. Forrio Miss Hardin, of Holt, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. II. Fontaine, last week and attended wedding. the Willett-Robcrt- s Mrs. James Cosby and son, who havo been visiting Mrs. II. C. Rawlings, left last week for Hardin county, accompanied by Mrs. II. C. Rawlings. Miss Zulu Mulin lias returned from Owensboro, where, she attended the State Missionary Convention as a delegate from tho society at this place. Mr. Warren II. Richardson went to Louisville last week, and while thcro was taken sick and for several days was seriously ill, but is now improving. Miss Mary Fairleigh will leave Tuesday for an extended visit to Cincinnati, Owensboro and Hopkinsvillo. She will be accompanied by Miss Lottie Stewart. Tho examining trial of John Bruco charged with the murder of Geo. Dow was held hero last Wednesday Iwfore County Judge Woolfolk. Tho prisoner was held over to await tho action of the grand jury. His bail was fixed at $800, which he failed to givo and is now in jail. The principal evidence immediately in regard to tho killing isthestatcment of tho defendant himself. He says, that Dow had attacked him and threatened to kill him and that ho was compelled to kill Dow in his own defense. As be is corroborated by another witneas in regard to somo of his stat Mnents, ho has a pretty strong caso of Willett-Robertsoe. VKST'S Best Quality, Best Patterns, Best Finish-Bes- t VEST'S $ Our JVlotto ., v. A " Variety, Best Sellers. And last but not least, the BEST GOODS for the least money in the market. Seeing Is Believing LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK. V i V "VEST'S WALL STREET, THROUGH TO ST. LOUIS. EH VEST'S CLOVERPORT, KY. The Dry Goods Leaders, Articles of Incorporation. Be It known that II. A. Oelte, Char. It. SkllluiBD, A. L. Oeli- -, C. W. Moorman, 0. T. Skillmnn, W. O. Binnrl, Jm. T. Sklllmnn, C, M. Uullltt ond A. 0. Skillmnn, hnve thlt day associated themtelvej togetbtr, a n body poli- The First Vestibuled Trains on the L., St L. and T. to be put on July 1st. Now In Fine Con. Tho Itnndbcd Ulllon and Quick Timo Will bo Itludo From l.otiUylllo In to St. LouIk. The Louisville, St. Louis and Texas managment announces that July 1st it will put on its solid vestibuled train between Louisvillo and St. Louis, leaving Louisville at 8:30 a. m., and arriving at St. Louis at C::M)p. in. and leaving Louisvillo at 8 p. m., arriving at St. Louis 7. a. m. The- - line lias been in contemplation sineo the road was completed to Henderson, but tho Messrs. McCracken declined to put on the service until the road bed s condition. Superintenwas in dent McCracken now pronounces it second to none in tho State, and says that ho will bo ablo to very easily mako the time to St. Louis scheduled. A largo sum has been expended by tho managment on tho equipment for this service, and tho sleepers aro now vestibuled Pullmans, just comploted for the Texas road. Tho managment expects to make a big thing out of its St. Louis service, and will make a Btrong fight hero and along the lino for St. Louis business. Tho Texas' freight business from St. Louis to Louisville has grown wonderfully since the road was opened, and 1,300 cars of grain alone were hauled during May, and 1,700 in June Courier first-clas- BURAS. Hot, and still heating. Corn is looking fine; oats a failure. G. S. Wilson went to McDaniels this week. Rev. Pumphey and wife passed thro' town this morning. M. Meyer has moved up from the Valley to his old home at Burns. Ixmj Meyers is at Eveleigh'sMill y cattle, sheep and buying htock-lamlhogs. Mr. Dick Davis has contracted for the building of M. Meyer's dwelling. Dick is a good carpenter, if you don't think so conic out and see tho new store which he and brother have just completed. The postoffice at Loves Abode is doing a first class business. A striking peculiarity is that it is a private concern, engineered by two Democrats for the benefit of two Democatic lovo sick souls. The school at Hardinsburg has closed, any thereby one littlo feminine heart at Buras, Ky. has been mado happy. Mr. Joel 11. Pile is a very persistent farmer. He is sticking closer to his work than ho ever will to tho feminino ornament with which ho anticipates embellishing his home. Now, Mr. Editor, a few words in reference to Wbeelorism and I shall close. That the monied constituency of our country has out-ru- n the productive class in tho great financial race is a question apparent not only front natural observation but from actual experience also. How different the situation from that contemplated by tho philanthropic mind of tho immortal Washington as ho refused to bo crowned monarch of tho country which lio had so nobly defended. But littlo did he think then that American liberty, tho product of many hard faught battles, would ever culminate in such a complicated climax. A panorama of peace and eternal prosperity lay unfolded before his mind as ho looked down through tho successive ages yet to come. And as a result tho constitution, establishing a Republican government como to us like a father and entered upon the guardianship of our estate. Sad to note, in tho light of subsequent events, it has droven itself a traitor, and bankrupted D. E. Mocracy. the estate. to-da- Journal. Prof. R. E. Woods has resigned his position as Principal of tho Elizabeth-tow- n Graded School and leaves for to accept a posWashington City y ition in tho War Department, which be has secured by a creditable examination under tho Civil Service law. While tb o salary of tho office is quite remunerative, the principal reason for Mr. Woods'ac- ccptancc is to secure a legal education, which lie expects to bo able do at the Columbia University at Washington without conflicting with his official duties. Prof. Woods is ono of tho very finest educators in Kentucky, and to his fino talents, in this direction, tho Elirabcth- town Graded School owes much of it'sre- pution for excellence. In his resignation, tho school not only loses a splendid Principal, but the town an exemplary citizen, and society a bright and agreeable gentleman. Prof. Woods is n man of unusual application and information and the ultimatum of his ambition is certain to bo reachoJ at the forum. Elizabehtown News. to-da- TOBINSPORT, IND. Oats crop a failure. Corn looks pretty well and wheat harvest in a few days. Mrs. James WeathcrhoU, who has been quite ill is improving. Miss Maggio Allen, of Clovcrport, is spending tho week with her sister, Miss' Muttio Allen. Chas. Alii who has been attending tho Rloomington, Ind., school has returned home. John Dome is interviewing our people this week taking the census. Mrs. Jcnnio Simons is visiting her mother at Ilito's Run,she is accompanied by Iter son, Master Johnnie. Miss Settio May. of Clovernort. is spending tho week hero tho guest of Blanche Frank at her homo at Frank's Landing. Mr. Owen Cunningham was $11 town To Dispel Colds, Saturday. Headaches and Fevers, to cleanso tho system effectually, yet gently, when It. C. Hielmrdson lias ohnost ontiioly costivo or bilious, or when tho blood is lecovcred from Ida rccont illncas. impure or sluggish, or permanently cure Miss Alice Chappoll and Mr, Goo., FARMERS FREE COLUMN. habitual constipation, to awaken the Tcatrio wore united in marringo Sunday, kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, For Sale Two mares, one 15 hands high, ltov. Willett olliclating. t; without irritating or wcakningthem, uso fino eaddler one with mule colt by her sides Junostn, ' Misses l'ink Rickcttsand BcllolTayncsJ Joint Cuius, Addlsnn, Ky. cheap for cb. of Figs. Syrup have returned after a pleasant' visit in One good yoke of cattle well broko, sell PUBLIC SPEAKING. Louisville. W B. Taul, near Balltown. cheap. The County candidates for tho several Helm and AVillio Milner, .who have; .v"5 Nlneteon head of healthy hogs for sale, apoffices will address the peoplo of Brock-enridg- o ply to been attending school at AHmpml'B Vnl--- ? S, W. Cox, Stephensport, Ky. " county at tho following times and veruity, Louisvillo, nre at homo forv tho places : Nitmmnr. , Rock Valo, Wednesday, July 0. 5? Tho picnic to bo given at tho "Old" " 11. McDaniels, Helm i'lacc," on tho Fourth of July l s n. ... jo West View, Saturday, praiuiHCB 10 uo 1110 nest oi tno season, Iludsonvillc, Wednesday, " " 17. and is looked forward to Mith pleasure' Custer, Thursday, " 18. Rig Spring, Friday, CONSUMPTION by all. " 22. Garfield, Tuesday, SCROFULA Misses Ulancho govern, Eva Citshmnn, " Si! llewloyville, Wedncfcday, BRONCHITIS Oltio Biggs and Mattio Milner each re" 24! Webster, Thursday, EMULSION COUCHS 7, u ' Clifton Mills, Friday, t ,f ceived a prize at Sabbath-schofor col" 2(l! Union Star, Saturday, , COLDS lecting missionary money. Miss Mattio " SO. ' f ,i "& Mooloyvillo, Wednesday, CURES Watting SImoms " SI. Thursday. iuuncr won ursi prize, Avlilcli was Stenlicnsnort.,..., -. . , ..i medal. iwuvurpori, rnuuy, iiugu4i. i, Wonderful Flesh Producer. Hardinsburg, Saturday, August 2. Many have gained ono pound Speaking to commence promptly at 1 A' V per day by ita use. o'clock p. in. not & secret Scott's Emulsion is tic and corporate under tho corporate name of The Clorcrport l'ipo Line Company," ond aid corporate company (halt have perpetual succession ; shall bave power to sue and be sued by Its corporato name, to have a common seal and alter tbe same at pleature, to make contracts, acquire at.d Irunsfor property real and personal, and shall possess tbe sumo powers in auch respects as private individuals or natural persons and no more. 2d Tbo principal place ol transacting tbe business of raid company tbull be Cloverport, llreckenrldgo County, State of Kentucky. 3. The general nature- of the business of said company shall bo the buying and selllns of natural gas and oils ; lurniililngthosamoto private individuals, companies and corporations, transporting tho same in mains, pipes, tubos or otherwlso through towns, cities, villages and private and publio property; furnishing same lor healing or illuminating rurposes and fitting up apparatus thervfor and to acquire, hold and own such property, real and personal as said company shall dein necesstry to and for tho business and to convoy or transfer the samo at pleasure ; to acquire, erect, build, hold and own or hold by lease auch 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 conduct tbe business of buying, selling, transporting and manufactring with and fioui gas and oils. 4. Tbe capital stock shall be three thousand five hundred dollars, paid up and nonassessable but tbe same may be Increased at any time by vote of tho majority of the capital stock to any sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars ($20 0V0) and shall be paid In on tho call of the directors. 6. The incorporators shall bo the board of directors for the first year and until their successors are elected and qualified. 0. The corporation shall commence upon the filing of these articles for record and shall years thereendure for a period of twenty-fiv- e after. of satd corporation shall bo 7. Tho affairs managed (or tbo first year by the Incorporators, and thereafter by a board of directors of not lesr than five nor more than (even stockholders to be elected directors by the holders of tbe capital stock, who ohall be elected annually at and on the anniversary of tne organization of the company under these articles. Tbo directors shall elect of their number n president, and treasurer and shall a secretary, and such otber officers us tbey may deem proper or may be provided for The terms of all officers shall In the be one year or until their successors are eleeted Any officer may or appointed and qualified. be removed at anytime for misconduct by tbe board of directors, and tbelr successor appolnt-- el by such board. 8. The highest amount of indebtedness or llublllty to which said corporation shall subject itself at anytime shall qot exceed ot its fully paid up capital stook. 9. Tbe private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. 10. Said corporation shuli have power to rules and make and establish all regulation! deemed expedient in tbo management of their affairs, not inconsistent with tbe constitution and laws of this state or of tbe United States. 11. The sharei and interests of tbe stockholders shall be transferable, but only on tho books of the company and in such mannor as hall be prescribe! by the Witness the signature; of the parties this the 12th day or May. A. D. 1890. II. A. Oelte, Chai. B. Sklllman, A. Bl Sklllman, 0. T, Sklllman, A. h. Uelie, Moorman, 0, J. T. Sklllinun, V. G. Smart, 0. M. Bullitt. nt s. two-thirs, s. Db. UuMriiBxn' Hpfccmcs are scientifically and carefully prepared prescriptions 1 used for many yean In private prnciiCBWunuuccFBS.liiMllorovLr thirty years used by tbe peopln. Every .uiRie Dpo- clflr h .. .racial cure for the disease lianieu. These Hpeclncs cure without drumlng, purring or reducing the system, end nre hi fact and deed the sovereign remedies of the World. HUMPHREYS' Jf1 v i Hnnnrni.xilor l'nlnful l'crlod. Whiten, too Profuse l'erlods Croup. Cough, Difficult 14 Halt Uueum. Erysipelas, EruiiUou .1 lfhnnnintl.nl. IthplimAtlO l'Olns. in fever soa Ague, i;nui, jiniana.. 17 rile, llnil nr lllpoalnff..lu tbe Head HI f'ntarrh, Jntluenia, Cold UU Whooping Cough. VlolcntCoiiKhs. lyclcal Weakness 1J I (Jeneral llrbl Ml ItlUney IMnonHC . ....... . ; :? Nervous llublllty ,0 " ao Urinary WeiihnosH, 32 Diseases of thollcnrM'alpltatlonl.UO ctnuo. riucni. usTornti!iciFAi.HOs. I irerera. uonirvstion. lunammauon .. wytui Fever, Worm Colic.. 8S it Worm., cniicorjeeiniE imams Intr or uiniaren or aouim, uriping, uiuous uouc. l Juolern fliornue, vomiting., ; 7 (ionzusi, Cold, Bronchitis n neuralgia, Blclclleadachc, Vertigo uututu..miMi U Headache, 10 llypepla. Bilious Stomach.... ... IB l'i ;i 11 -- ts. or cnt tKMtnald on receipt Iompiiiikts' Manual. (141 pagcn) frw Httmphrcya'JIcdlcluwCoawFuUoaBt.y Y. of HMv Sold by Dm; nrlt-tA- Tin IwMinti In ninth find tmlfh mailed i - ; SPECIFICS. For Sale. Pure Bred Berkshire Plfcj, all nges. Eligible to registry. For Prices rnd other information address J. T. 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Aluniuy, Cloverport, Ky. Attornoy at Law. por-so- Notice Agents Wanted. Wanted two live men to sell Nursery Stock, Apply immediately to W. S. A3IIUV, CLOVKItrOKT, Kt. UNION STAR. t' & ft ." -- i! WHAT ;," . f s SCDTT'S m " . ol -- 'if, Worth Knowing- - IIuoiiks' Tonic Tho old time, reliable Reputaremedy for Fever and Ague tion earned by Thirty years success. You can depend upon It. Try It I Druo- GISTS HAVB IT, ((Idler and baggy nag, perfectly gratlc bt Udjr or child ean rid or drlre Mm. Will work any where and In fine condition, Will nil or trade for eattkt that are redjr for mar-ke- t. Kwitwekj In three wek I I will the only reoa I hare for wiling him, For further laferetloB ekll on or addreti T. 8. RUROII, , Hirdlmtorg, Ky. At T. 0. I bre n Eon Sale. bono old, 7 remedy. lite, floe jear good It contains tbe stimulating properties of the Hypophofl-phtte- a and pure Norwogian Cod Liver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over tbe world. When Baby wan stele, we gave hof CsjitoHft.' When siio wm a. Child, afee erM Iw.Om ffVfl Te sjspsj its. ,; ' 0ta fvfw wlWMWWJsp fsjvsBe 4HJH sTffJ w feiSTBr sV ifJIslssBik'J. jV jf mK v : t Dwr-- Ito vrsrmHsrf LenU'-Saloon- OOTT at aoWNC, OhAfntets, H.Y. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sol&'bV all JPnifffrfe. iwi vanBiiBw 1 f L.M., Ml 8' ,u.t Ct " - 1 ' I Ml llll I lllllIM M"-- -i ijimi.wr.w. - UP'fRQs I..VWJ.I V-.- Tho carpenters are nil busy. A bnplictry is being built in the THE COKVEMTIOK. IJap-ti- nt TTTI FTTTT in lnfi n jl! I I i mjJJJjXuXLLLlI cliua'h. Mr. J. C. Nulte is confined to his bod with ImjwcI trouble. ltev. G. C. Ovcrstrect will preach at tho Presbyterian church Sunday. Eor Sale A small gasolino stove in good order. G. W. Short, Druggist. Ico cream ut Sclfried's uvery Wednesday Friday and Saturday. Call ami see him. All kinds of repairs for the Champion and Whitely machines for salo by R. E. ' ' Moorman. ' Catholic C. F. Mattingly bought tho church lot CO x 400 feet on Second Street for $400 cash. Tho Y. M. O. A. will meet at tho Presbyterian church to morrow night instead of at their room. A pension has been granted to Somncl II. Harrison of Ilardlnsburg also to Joseph 11. King of this place. l'or nice, fresh and pure groceries and provisions you should go to D'Huy's. As to prices, ho will not be undersold. Mrs. Sylvester Boarman living twa and half miles from Whitcsvillo was instantly killed by lightning last Sunday ntglit. Mrs. Robertson, wife of Rev. Thomas Robertson died at Loulsvillo last Thursday and was buried at Sandy Hill church last Friday. I havo to much stock on hands. It must bo sold. Call and examine and be startled when you hear my prices.J. L. Miller. Have your watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at D'Huy's. Wo havo an exyears in the perience of twenty-tw- o trade. All work done in first doss Btyle, Kr. Will Miller, of Hardinsburg, the Nominee. Pursuant to a call of the Democratic KEEP COOL, THIS AD. OUGHT TO BE TWO FEET LONG It'ri about two feet t'liyway ; two feet that were sore and btiff until they found rest in a pair of bhocs made for oaso, wear nnd comfort, and bought at rf& ijr-ir- s Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it Is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta ccntlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovcrs ami cures Imbitunl constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and luivo nmdo it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of FigB is for s:iIo in 60c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any t who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who J)o not accept wishes to try it. any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. reliable-druggis- OKlS JSINTTOYS 3ssms!&3s SAN fRANCISC LOVISVIUE, Kr. ). OAL. HEW YORK, H.T. John Allen Murray, Clovcrpurt. Win. K. Barnes, Ilardlnsburg. J' ttf m w."&' $fl ' :' i J ' as - ;. '' n i jr W- m-j- : ' &. , w&ii S's.-utr- ''- - J Miss Mary Allen has completed her work as enumerator for this city and reports tho number of inhabitants at 1,499, showing an increase of nearly 50 per cent, over tho last census. Mr. J. T. Ditto, of Brandenburg has been in tho county during tho past week HARDINSBURG, KY. with Murray A Humes Court Square with an improved cofleo pot. A cup of splendid coflce is made in his pot almost BarJstown Record. instantaneously R. JV. Tho Babtist congregation will worship with tho Methodist congregation next CLOVKKI'OKT, KY. Sunday. Rev. W. C. Brandon will preach BSTOnic-with 1). It. Murray near Post at 11 a. m., Rov. W. K. Pcnrod at 8 p. m. W. K. Pcnrod will preach at Holts at 11 oflice. a. in. and 3 p. in. next Sunday. M. Tho gentlemen who went to Louisville last week in the interest of the Soda-asfactory camo homo full of smiles and Office over JtichnnUon't Hanhvare store. hope for tho success of tho enterprise. Matters havo not yet taken any definato CLOVERPORT. KY. shape, but they are working as well as J. It. TAYLOlt, J. C. IIUSII, W. 8. TAYLOR. could bo expected. & J. D. Babbago has rented his store room occupied as a grocery to W. II. Hervcy tho plumber. He will put in a Over Zulaufi Jewelry Store stock of natural gas fixtures and house OWENSBORO, KY. Frederica Street, plumbings. Mr. Ilervey comes with the best of references for reliability ahd good workmanship, and those of our citizens who desire anything in his lino should call and seo him. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1890. J.ILSullivan of Indiana and MissJennio Woods of this city were quietly married at tho rcsidenco of tho bride's mother at I0CAI BREVITIES. Rov. W. C. 9 o'clock a. m. yesterday. Brandon officiated. Thoy left on the 10 at Seifricds o'clock train for Mr. Sullivan's home at ' Mrs. Jas. T. Skillman is very sick. Elnora Iml., where they will spend a Ikniml to sell furniture at some price. week or ten days, after which they will return to this city to reside. Tho News J. L. Miller. - I have a fine lino of furniture cheap extends congratulations. y for cash; J. L. Millcr- Mrs. John Lyddan, of Webster, is at the Clovcrport Hotel for her health" She Mayhall and Emerton havo the con- -' camo down expecting to gojto tho Tar .'tract to build four liouscs for II. A. Oelze. Springs but their being no accomraoda- -' Tho latest improved Mowing Machines tions out there had to remain in town and have tho water brought hero to her. Hay Kakes, for salo by It. E. Moorman. Quito a number of persons havo como Tho night train was delayed several hero this season to visit theso springs but hours Monday night by a disabled for reasons stated above had to return home. Wo will statq In this connection Marshal Graham is doing some splen- that tho Cottages out there arc now being did work on tho streets with his two pet repaired and refurnished and will bo "coons." open for a limited number of guests withI have a fine lino of Parlor furniture, in a few days. Bed Room Suits, Wardrobes, and will sell Miller. Inherited Blood Poison. . low down, How many people there are whose dlitreii band-sotn- o ' Charlio Mattingly will build a from lore, dchea, paln'i and eruptlre tendencies cottage on tho lot he recently are due to inherited blood poison. Dad blood panes from parent to jsblld, and It therefore U purchased from Father Higgins. Ilardlnsburg and Clovcrport, Kentucky. Attornoys.atLaw. MURRAY & BARNES, and guaranteed. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, MILLER, Attorney at Law, Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, h DENTISTS J. H. Taylor Co., County Committee of Brcckcnridgo What is the use sweating and fretting nnd being "out of county, a delegato convention met at the court-hous- e In Hardinsburg, Monday, eorts," a burden to yourself and an infliction on the household, Juno 10th, for the purposo of nominating when such an easy remedy is within your reach? Why don't u candidate for delegato to tho Constituyou cast off those heavy garments you are ill clinging to, in the Mr. B. F. Board Convention. tional mistaken and long exploded idea that what keeps out the cold called tho meeting to order and on motion was unanimously elected permaalso keeps out the heat. You have found out, or will find out nent chairman, and Jno D. Babbago soon, that the rule doesn't apply to clothing. Como to us and secretary. light-weig- ht get into ono of our handsome Frock or Sack Suits A cominitteo on credentials was apthey are tasty and genteel, light and cool and good and cheap pointed consisting of one delegate from each district as follows, viz: HardinsWe have an immense variety of Mcn'a, Boys' and Children's burg, Judge Mercer; Clovcrport, James Clothing, all our own manufacture, and we have them at popuHamblcton; Union Star, C. M. her lar prices. In thin Coats and Coata and Vests, we Moolcyvillo, John It. Jarboo; lead the town and can thow you every popular fabric that is Clifton Mills, A. M. Glasgow ; Bcwloy-villW. W. Williams j Burns, John used for that purpose. We can fit big mi n and little men at Alexander Hudson villi, Dr. Ben Hnr-4tw- l; less price than any house in the city. McDaniels, Win. Storms; Rock-valWhealley J Webster, Jas. St. Claire. While tlic cominitteo on credentials was out, Mr. Henry Hamcd appeared before the convention and arid that ho had announced, himself a candidato for delegate to tho Constitutional Convention upon tho ground that there would s bo no nomination by his party, and now that his party had decided to make a S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. nomination ho was np longer a candidate. That ho was a Democrat, applauso and i Ti would stand by tho nominee. Cominitteo on credentials reported all tho districts represented by delegates and proxies. The Chair then announced that nominations were in order. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Mr. Granville S. Wilson, in a pretty CLOVERPORT, KY. littlo Bpccch, put in nomination Mr. Jewelry Will Miller. His nomination wai secGrocery Houston Alexander. onded by Mr. Chairman Beard read n letter from WATCHES, CLOCKS UNO JEWELRY, Capt. A. J." Gross declining to submit AND FANCY STAPLE GROCERIES, his name to, tho convention. Musical Merchandise Mr. Wl K. Barnes withdrew tho name Provisions, Confections, and Sewing Machines. of Hon. John Allen Murray. On motion of Mr. F. N. D'Huy tho Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. nomination, of Mr. Miller was made REPAIRING A SPECIALTY unanimous. The Chair then appointed a committee of three, viz: G. S. Wilson, Judgo E UNITED STATES LIFE Jas. Hauibleton and Dr. Hamcd, to inform Mr. Miller of the action of tho convention. Mr. Miller was conducted to tho stand and said that tho action of tho EVERY PROMISE VERIFIED. convention had taken him wholly by DEATH CLAIMS PAID PROMPTLY, surpriso nnd ho hardly knew what to Read the following : say. He said, however, ho appreciated tho honor and thanked tho convention for their confidence, and would accept the nomination and, if elected, would serve them as best ho could, Tho convention then adjourned with rounds of applause for tho new standard bearer. hot-weate, e, ?V SULZERS STORE, 'tl The Headquarters for FINE FOOTWEAR.V$i " Every person who seis iIuh has, or ought to have, two feet. If your JULIUS 1 W1NT n "Old Reliable" Clothiei-- Two Peet Long for ease and comfort, remember they can. find it always at our fitoro, in the form of best quality shoe at reasonable prices. It is F. N. D'HUY, Department. 3M (MEA FEAT 8" Try us. To do all we say, but it's a great comfort to have it done. Department. uler's CLOVERPORT, KY. TIE Fulfills Every Contract to the Letter. WOOL I WOOL! PERSONAL. W. D. Holt was in the city last week. Miss Lula Sawyer if- - in Louisville this week. Jesso II. Miller went to Stcphcnsport last Sunday. Miss Sallio Pumphrey is visiting Mrs. R. N: Hudson. J. F. Carter, of Wobstcr, was in tho city Thursday. L. A. Foote, of Irvington, was in the city Thursday. J. M Fitch, of Clifton Mills, was in town Saturday. C. W. Patterson returned from Louis-vill- o Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Duncan, of Holt, was in the city Saturday. Chas. P. Babbagc sjwnt Sunday at his old homo here. Mr. Eugene Stcrett, of Skillman, was in the city last week. Dr. W. F. Stimuin was up from Owensboro this week. Miss Leila Henly went to Louisville and retnrned Wednesday. Miss Dora Creceleus, of Big Bend is tho guest of tho Misses Bartles. Miss Edith Hatfield, of Rome, Ind., was in tho city Wednesday. Miss Laura Baskett, of near Henderson, is the guest of Miss Lula Owen this week. Mr. Clarence E. Keith visited his sister Mrs. C. C. Moorman, at Big Spring this week. Col. W. II. Webb was down from Louisville Thursday, spending tho day with relatives. Mr. Hugh Williams, of Owensboro son of Judgo G. V. Williams, was in tho city Friday on business. Miss Sallio Matthews returned to her homo hero Wednesday, after a two months tour through the east. Master Singleton Sweenoy, of Owensboro is spending a fow days with his friend, Master A. B. Skillman. Messrs D. Hamblcton, A. B. Skillman, W. II. Bowmer and J. A. Murray went to Louisvillo Thursday in tho interests of factory. ho Soda-As- h Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Oelze went to Danville Friday to attend tho commencement exercises of Center College and to hear tho valedictory address of their son, Leonard. Messrs. J. J. Brooks and F. Schalcn-burtwo experienced gas mon of Philadelphia, wero In tho city Thursday Thoy pronounce our gas of tho very finest quality. MY. S. J. Nowsom, of Oregon, on his way to Central Kentucky to buy breeding stock for his ranch, paid his brother, R. L. Nowsom, of this place, a visit last week. They had not seen each other since thoy wero small boys. g, Brrckenridge News. ce-cream " e. . .. Wf 1 T ..'' - The Clovcrport Tipo Lino began laying pipo along Wall street Monday for distributing natural gas to tho residences. Finest lino of Led Lounges over brought to this city, at all prices. Fino assortment of chairs, all prices and kinds J. L. Miller. Now is tho time to order your repairs for your machines. Call on It. E. Moorman and bo will supply you with any thing in that line. Dr. G. W. Rial will bo in Clovcrport Monday and Tuesday, Juno 23 and 24th, on professional business, and can bo consulted at tho Clovorport hotel. Mr. T. J. Minary, of Louisville, and a of Mr. Jas. G. Stophcns, of Holt, added to his bank account tho neat littlo sum of $125,000, in his recent street car deal in that city. son-in-la- ri mtyy BSO . i- , the duty of husband and wife to keep their blood pure. This Is easily accomplished by a timely Send use of B. 11. B. (Botanlo Dlood Balm). to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, for book of most convincing proof. James Hill, Atlanta, Oa., wilted "My two sobs were afflicted with, blood poison, which doctors said was hereditary. They both broke out in sores and eruptions which B. B. B. promptly controlled and finally cured com pletely." Mri.S.M. Williams. Sandy. Texas writes My three poor afflicted children who inherited blood poison, hare improved 'rapidly after a use of II. B. B. It is a (lodsend.1 J. 11. Wilson, Olen Alpine Station. N.C.Veb. 13, 1885, writes t J'llune and blood poison forced me to have my leg amputated, and on the stump there came a large u)cer, which grew worse evtry day until doctors gave me up to die. I only weighed 120 pounds when I began to take B. B. B., and 12 bottles Increased my weight to 18Q pounds and tnado me sound and well. I never knew what good health was before," Agents, United States Life InPIPES & DeHAVEN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, surance Go. XjCnjuIs-ville- , ZEDym feel very grateDear Sirs THE TELL CITY ful to you and the United States Life Insurance Company for its promptness in settlement of the policy upon the life of James Shar-m&- n By the terms of for $1,000. the policy it was not due until the 24th of June, but it was paid by you DOORS, SASH & BLINDS promptly on the 28th oi May. The SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, policy was application for this Lodoneutthls signed by Mr. Sharman on the 17th of March, and he died on the 24th March, before the policy reached CORN DRILLS, WALKING CULTIVATORS, this office. I cheerfully recommend RIDING CULTIVATORS. your company to all persons desirSPRING TOOTH HARROWS, ,.! ing Life Insurance. It is reliable Pay for themselves first season. Delivered to any railway staljo'ifjii ' Brcckcnridgo County free. If you want them or a good and prompt in its dealings. Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, J. W. GUTHRIE, You can make money by buying from Guardian of Lottie Sharman. R. J. BASSETT & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. If you want reliable and incontestible :-- --X We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD BOOT, Hardinsburg, Ky., May 29th, '90 YELLOW ROOT and MAY APPLE Send us Messrs S. R. Dent and H. B. Head, ROOT. Write for your CHICKENS and EGGS. prices to PLANING MILLS MAFUFACTUItEHS OF And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will establishment In the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers in Felt and llodino HooGng. i "". Life Insurance take out a policy with the United States Life Insurance Company. S. R. DENT & H. B. HEAD, I.oumvlllo KlnrUot lloporl. CoireoLd weekly by II. W. HernJon Commission Merchants, 144 3d street. Butter, choice Butter, medium Egg Chickens Spring Chlokens, hen Feath.rs prime Feathers mixed Green Hides Dry Hides Tallow Ginseng Yellow Boot May Apple Boot K.Corn 8 A Co., D. HAMBLET0N, WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. plies. . 'v - STEPHENSPORT. Eeal Estate Agent CLOVERPORT, KY, Agent for tlic purchuHO nnd Kilo of town lots nnd lands. Persona wishing to buy or sell nro solicited to boo inc. -- You needn't cousult any- Mr. R. A. Brashear went to Louisville Your interest is to buy your spectacles Saturday. at D'Huy's. Wo test your oyes and sell Miss Fannio Groves, of Newburg, Ind., you firstk'lass spectacles at ono half tho is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Lay. prico of traveling peddlers, dubbing Miss Emma English is visiting in .themselves Professor. a 1 n 12 8 body nor make any.arrangemonta in regard to your sup- I am selling goods now lower than any living man Come to my store in Hll 2 25 n. It ifflr mmmf JSSc6 rS i. w i i ' wms- - n . IWSTsa' ?'-1 , lloiaco Greely said ',Go West, young Miss Emma Moscley is attending man" but wo suggest that everybody Prof. Shacklett's school in Ilardlnsburg. who raises chickens get a bottlo of Mr. T. G. Perkins and wife visited chicken cholera euro. If it fails, your money will bo refunded by G. W. Mrs. Lula Roberts'last week. Short. Mrs. T. Hanks spent several days in Maj. Fowler has lcen absent several Louisville last week. a pridayoprspcctingforftlocatioafor Walter Mosoley. of Troy, Ind., is home school. l!o HAld to the Nkwb: vate for a few days. that hud 1k been to several towns and Crops in this section arc in a flourish Ctoverport was decktedly ahead of any irg condition. Fruit is scarce. he Iwwl vWUkI, in the way of enterprise Mr. Will SkiHtuan buried an infant pnMlc spirit ami progress. "I bayo been last. inMVftnil towns of doublo the popuk-Ho- n here on Friday Low ftoWta wliriMtlkl one or two Mr. &i Cldverport and found nothing Kk Ute apirit of enterprise and tlwt I itfrttj tor iwni, oh the Moorman fast. Mtaiwsuit) Bnwiwar, who has ) ,Hnd here. Clovcrport bus tho Ant town I know of." Tb future of any smadtfOawr wek in otiv town, not fully decided wlwtbw to turapl to ber home in Ifowvwyflls Sat-- . Mstr unlay, will Juotto lifo'echool Iter or sot. Gan-ter- 's 3 00 41 M 4 3 50 3 25 42 35 Ol'FICJnvVnyu'here from Cow Hoc! to Mm Depot, at all lioura. can sell them and always have. 4Ji 8 4 2 80 22 2J 44 0 12 00 8 2 50 20 2 42 10 00 7 00 1 00 2 76 3 00 1 60 m ht We are autltoriaed to state that within dx moullw Brandenburg will havo in full Umt out) of the largest soda-as- h yorksin America. Tlte plant will em .iiwwe ploy 1,500 skiiwu worxmen. works alone will add 4,800 population to our thriving town. Meade" News. IrawlMtiRrf to Cesgratnlated. Wheat Timothy Hay Hoy mlxod Potatoes, n.w per bushel 1'oUtoM, sew pw bbl Oaion Bmbs, twsbfl i. , VmI ealvM , We!, tub .' f... Wool, eWr , DrUd Apf4M 9 00 1 20 3 Oo 3 25 1 75 Mil To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Coasts patloa, Malaria, Llrer Couplalnt., take tho safe and certain rtmedy, Hardinsburg and it will take mc 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 the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along tha'cashor its equivalent, produce. Jw7 for less. I am V I - 'J SKtrrxt's BILE BEANS Vte the HMAI.I.ISU,(MlKUcBa.totb l)Ul). THSr AUK THB MMT COXTBHUMtT. U jaeM. Trt SJultehla tar M. pur Hitlt. f olOwr xT. $ zwm $l. WIT5CV" i .V r , S3 8 $ f 3 1W 36 24 VA 24 t, Hardiasfcurr, .V .1'- i'A ': DtWrsulw 3tf . '! V. .. t ' i Tho weather is exceedingly warm. The, 'wedding bells" has grown to 1h 'Irish potatoes uro n lending money quito n 'chestnut,'1 with tho farmers and gardeners of Mrs. Mary Dean has returned from Jefferson county. From ten to forty Owcnslwro and Jluhlonburg county. tollnrH per aero is extended each year Mr. .Too Jones has returned from Cin In preparing tho land previous to plant- clnnati and Louisville and nays every ing tho potatoes. From sixty to ono thing is Green. hundred and fifty harrels are raised per Miss Cella Robertson is visiting her CwljqT iSjThTCk Kro. Potatoes require n great deal of sister, Mrs. llates, in .loflerson county. muwiuiv, unit yeara uko mo nisi iney It's Owen to circumstances, whether gylcld on good land enormously. Tho chances for such a crop of iiotntoes an wo or not Miss Nelin Dean is in Krncst. kjliad last year are quite nlim. Mott ota- Mrs. AV V WortJiain canio over from toes wero planted late and arc now quite Leltc'hfiold last weeks Io visit her parI" small for the time of the year. Ah a i tile, ents, Mr. midairs. 1 lenry It. Deaiu tho Jarliest planted jwUitoes do best, for Miss Mangle Dean went fishing not tho)" make before the very hot weather long since, and caught a ''Typical Southsots ill. ' ern Sucker." The Colorado beetles are a little worse Tnclo Jesse Moorman, of Cloverport.Is than any previous year. Thoy wore late visiting in tho neighborhood. iuninking their apjtenranee, and potato- Miss Carrio nyH How-na- i' ! is, tbat misirA tlinmrtif tlmt llnm urmilil liKtinnp. Joe got his neck fractured. Many yMklmt this was a mistake. Uro. Iteid, assisted by Dr. Dowden, will ' 'jW'ftcMn of H)tatoes have been greatly dambegin a protracted meeting the thinl aged by tho bugs, and tho farmers and Sunday in July. "gardeners are making free use of pan's One young gentleman has applied for a green. Dcau-sliiwhile a young lady is content The oat crop, on account of the wheat to be it Ilutlcr. inidge, will lo an entire failure in n large Mr. Krnest Kobcrton anticipates going Bi'ction of Kentucky and as far as Tennessee. The wheat and rye are also in- into the Mill(s) business soon. fested with the midge, but farmers genMrs. Mary Talbot, of Lcitchlicld will erally seem to !e in no fear of these visit at Mr. Ford Owen's soon. crops. The midge or grain Iouso is playMis. HenryDean, who has been confining the mischief in Kentucky. Home ed to her room since last December, is and Farm, able to 1m! out again. ft- Miss Edna Ilolicrtson wears quite u An Editor's Faith. Bland smile of late. The editor of the Advocate, published Miss Minnie Ollutt, of Louisville, will at Greenville, Ala., expresses his faith in Up with tho Tariff Taxes. 8 S. f : "The good this preparation has visit Miss Mettio Webb soon. The following is an extract from the Miss Ella Owen, who has been quite accomplished is incalculable, and thouslast report of Mr. AVilliain Whitman it has saved sick, is now cenvalescent. ands of men and women that (president of the National Association of rise up and from an early gravo y Woolen ManufacturcrH,whois understood A Safe Investment. bless the orignator, and those who placed to bo tho (leiuejcnmchina of tho woollen Is one which is guaranteed to bring it in their tiowcr to procure it. A numschedule in the McKlnley Tariff bill) to ber of our acquaintances have used this you satisfactory results, or in case of failthe stockholders of the Arlington Mills. wonderful medicine to their great lione-ii- t ure a return of purchase price. On this It is dated March 20,1 S80: most of them to their perfect healing, safe plan you can buy from our advertisI bnro been your treasurer furn contccuttro of Dr. King's and their testimony has been given to ed druggists a lottlo period or twenty yeara. During this pcrluil tbo n for Consumption. It is guar- averago earnings hnvo lieen twenty ami the public that others like them may per centum upon the crpltnl TLe inrn-:- n take the healing balm. We know that anteed to bring relief in every case, when lort year were neurly three onJ hair times Swift's Specific (S. S. is.) is no humbug used for any nircction of Throat, Lungs thi of the Tear previous, and thcio Is every Influui-inatio- n inJIcotlun that the current yen' wlir Le the and ran recommend it, and we do most or Chest, such as Consumption, nurt pruDtable one in tbo company's history. libof Lungs, Dronchitis, Asthma, heartily. The proprietors are genial, Pile up tariff taxes, gentlemen. Make eral, charitable, and have done probably Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It the blankets and clothing of the millions ns much or more good than any other is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perand dearer. Suppose tho farmers firm in the South. Head, relied and be fectly safe, and can always be depended dearer and mechanics do stiller? Let them relieved." 'reonvillo (Ala.) Advocate, niton. Trial !ottlcs free at G. AV. Short's, So long as the capitalist mill Cloverport, Ky., and J. Witt's, Hardins-bupr- ', suffer. Nov. 18S!. owners make averago dividends of twenKy. Treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases ty per cent, per annum for twenty years mailed free. the people may go hang. X. Y. Herald. Tub Swift Sruciric Co., Atlunta (5a. A Ghastly Joke. A ghastly, but none the less successful, Children like to take "C. C. C. Certain A Dream Fulfilled. pmctial joke was peJpctrated at one of Chill Cure." tho pleasant and guaranIn ISO'.' I lived in the Shenandoah tholcading undertaking establishments teed cuio for Fever, Ague and Malaria Valley and was bethroted to a Lie this morning. Several men wero frightbQttor than quinine. Sold by (!. W. in the Southern army, writes a ened out of their wits. About 8 o'clock SUort. t'orrcsjKindunt of the Now York Evening llen'Hreiiiian, a well known character World. On the I'd of July expected about town and a great humorist, enterhim, but owing to the irregularity of our ed the dead-housand noticing the coolingmodes of travel did not know at w hat -hoard and the sheet, it suddenly time he would arrive. 1 waited until to him that it would be a good joke Willi! It Ci.ntn. and as he did not come I extin- to personate a corpse. He placed himTlieie aio some Intellectual employguished the light and threw mself upon self ut full length upon the hoard ami ments which lequiicu very small Mock the lounge. ilrew the sheet up over him. Presently ii. trade. A mathematician. Tor instance, I fell asleep, but awoke with a start, one of the proprietors entered the room, may pursiio his investigations, even into and found the room dimly lighted and and being surprised at seeing a corpse the higher branches of pine, science, u ith very few lsMk-- . Hut if u ho mole the Lieutenant standing liebidc me, look- there he turned back the cover from the than oidinarih inteiestcd man the great in ghastly pale, and his uniform stained facu and took a look at tho "dead" man pioblems of ing and all that they in with blood. He noticeii peculiarly healthy color of ole and have an iirepicssihlu hankerI jumped up and exclaimed : "Oil? the skin and was brocccding to examine ing tdkuow w hat is being dUcussed in bis Tom, what is the matter V" the corjtso futher when llrcnni'ii winked favorite subji els, he must keep himself lie answered : "I am dead, (io tell one eye and grinned. The undertaker in touch with the thought and discover ies of others. If hu he u dueller in u my mother and hurry to the field. I had seen too many dead men to lie frighwas mortally wounded, and knew jou tened by a live corpse. He replaced flu great city lie has chilis and lihraiies, uevvsiiapeis and peiioilicals. books mid would grieve less if you could find my shed and presently a colored man came maps, almost ut his elbow , to bay nothIkxIv. So 1 crawled up on the hill, unin and asked the orter,"Who isdat dead ing of the living men whom he may con der u pine tree, to die." corpse yauder?" The porter told him he suit with at any hour. But if ho be a dweller in the wilder-nebs- , Then all was dark. thought it was a certain gentleman, and ho must count the coal of huving His mother and 1 went to the battle- told him to turn the sheet and see if he literary tastes, ami thut cost ho w ill lmve field and under an old pine tree we knew him. The otliermau did so, when found him dead, his uniform stained the corpse suddenly threw up his hands to pay in coin of tho realm. I hold It to bo simply impossible for n very needy with blood, just as 1 had seen it the and grabbed at the negro. My that time, man to keep pace with the hibtoiical renight before. however, the negro had leaped through search of our time if his lot be cast in a an open window ami was running down country village. Any man wiio lias lost Merit Wins. the street at tho top of his sjioed, yell ng his heart to the muso of history even though ho can in no ben.se claim to bo n We desire to say to oui citizens', that at uery jump, and has rpt been wen for jears we haveliecn selling Dr. King's since. It was a peculiar sort of joke, but historian Is a man with tastes, and New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. IJrcnnan got a good deal of fun out of it. such a man's "pens, ink uud paper" must needs come to n great deal in tbo King's New Life Tills, Itueklen's Arnica Iuiisville Post. couibe of tho j car. Such a man may be Sale anil Electric Hitters, and have uev- considered u fortunnte ono who canpay r handled remedies that sell as well, or tho reckoning bv the profits of his own John Mitchell, a Newly Married Man, goosequill. that hart- given such universal satisfacAugustus Jessiip in ConCommits Suicide with a Pistol temporary Review. tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee 'them every time, and we stand ready to at Fordsville. 11e 1vji. refund the purchase price, if satisfactory A pistol shot, a wound ami John MitLeo XIII istho25'Jd opo, n fact seldom follow their use. There results do not chell's spirit is sent to its God. He thought of w hen tbo great jsjutiirs name remedies hae won their great jxipular-it- y lived about a half mile above Fonhnillc, is mentioned. Of tho total 2.r3 successois purely on their merits. (5. V. Short, was a son of Dr. H. P. Mitchell and had of St. Peter 15 havo been Frenchmen, 13 have been Greeks, 8 have been Syrians, Clou'rjMirt, Ky., and J. A. Witt, just been married to Miss Annie Sharp. 0 havo claimed Germany as their birthKy. He shot himself in the head some time place, 0 have hailed fiom Spain, 2 were yesterday with a pistol, lie had been from Africa, 3 from Savoy, which was SZ. IP .A.. in apparently good health and no cause also tho number sent by England, SweProgram of the Convention to be is given why he should have taken such den, Dalmatia, Holland, Portugal and a step. The little town of Fordsville is Crete. Italy caps the climax with a toHeld in Winchester June 25-2tal of 101, nil sinco ir2U having been sea of excitement over the matter, Trout present indications the meeting in state as it Is jstssibly the first suicide ever lected from among the Italian cardinals. of the State Tress Association at WinEight of tbo number did not llvo a committed there. He belonged to a mouth after succession; 40 lived less will Ik? chester, June than more largely attended than any prewous prominent family and stood high in the a year, and 2 more died when they had been less than two years on tho pontifical meeting of that body. The following community. throne; 6J between four nud flvo yenrs: The sad death is by all, p 'ogram has been arranged : 57 when they had reigned less than ten bis wife, who is heartbroken Oi'hii.v IIoi'hk June 2oth. They had been married only about a years; 51 before they hud finished the Address-J.ee-liT. 18 died ufter reigning ml 2: week, and so far as is known had gotten fifteenth year.nnd between 15 and 20 years. Only 0 Hathaway. along happily together. Owoinboro In- lived over 20 yeara ufter their elevation ltessuse by E. Tolk Johnson, Trcsi-de- quirer. to' tho "Chair of St. Peter." Pius IX of the Association. who died during tho early part of 1878, Oi'Kiu Hum:. Quite a romance hangs about the life reigned longer than any of bis prcdeoes 8.00 T. M. -- Annual Address-- J. W. of .Mr. W. W, Longmoor, of Cynthiana, bom, bin pontifical lifo extending over a period of 81 years. St. Louis Republic. Hopper, of the Courier-Journa- l. who received the Democratic nominaAnnual Poem -- T. O. Chisohn of tho tion for Clerk of tho Court of appeals. What la a Good llookT Mr. Iongmoor was a soldier in tljo ConFranklin Patriot. A good book Is ono that Interests you federate army. In tho last fight made by Open session of the Tress Association. Ono In which tho bright rather than Gen, John II. Morgan, at Cynthiana, in .tho dark bido of lifo is shown. Tlll'ltSDAY Mohnixo, Juno L'tith. Ono that makes you see iov mean aro Excursion of Tress Association to ter- tho summer of 18UI, Mr. Jxingmoor had tho small vices of lifo and how despica thigh-bon- e crushed by n minie-bal- l. minus of Kentucky I'nion Koad; reHis leg was amputated and ho was able are tho great sins. turning to Clay City for dinner. Ono that glorifies virtue in woman and IJanquot ut Opera House, brought nigh unto death. To save his honor in man. 8:00 T. M. life it was found necessary to unuocket Ono In which tho good aro rewarded Winchester. tho limb. When he awoko to consciousand iho wicked aro made to suffer sufFiiidav Moiisi.no, June 27th. ness, tho gentle bauds of a woman were fering, by tho by, tliatmay hoof tho Excursion to ltoonesboro, basket pic- ministering to his bufferings and she be- conscience or in a iporo material way, a nic ami dance. came his wife, and today rejoices with' reward given either on eurth or promOi'Kit.v IIocsk. the numerous friends of her husband at ised for tho future. Fiiidav Oiio; which 'convinces you that this Open Session, followed by the high compliment paid to his worth world is filled with good men and good 8:00 I. M. and efficiency as u Clerk by his nominawomen, n ball at tho Hoes House. tion to tho best paying otlico within the One that breathes forth the goodness of If your appetite is gono nothing will gift of the iicoplo of the State. George- n Creator, and respects bis till governing ?" laws. restore it more quickly than "0. C, C. town Times. Ono that makes you feel you aro meetChill Cure," tho grout Tonic Certain Hi Have your Job work done atjhisjplllco.) ing real peoplo pconlo who clevafo'vour ml guaranteed euro forGhlllsand Fever, thoughts as you nssociuto with them. in tho latest stylo and designs fjold by G, W. Hhort. & Idie''n5motI6uirnal." sh dge News: WKROW GOlffiENT 53&&m - VM) vt J2L ' W. jTtV.H yfr M Here's our Hand take it, shake it, and walk into our New Store House. tiIJT, gp Mi goods fresh Wo Imvc a full lino of ntnl olcitn, just ptirclinscd for wish.' Wo have endeavored to select otirstoelc lo stilt the wants Wo desire to call ut of the trade generally. dc-imb- lc Moorman :i!flii.l'.:. CO tention to our line of DUKSS GOODS selected with great care, wo arc prepared to oiler some Kpeeial iinliincineiils. A full line of :Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats & Shoos, Cash and one prieo to all, and . Hiiflffl IP 'jQiMkj that the lowest. Cull and see ns. Beeler aiETOEAHE. KY. -- p MOORMAN & BEELER, hs 9 0 iiMinjoarwrrnsTirrjniirwrnjLKMMWHMxrrsttKMKgMJLMjiA What- - is to-da- ICASTORIAl mmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmsmmmmmsmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmm 180O FRANK S.COOK, : :- tlght-tentl- Caatorla i Dr. Saml FHoher'a old, hannleaa and qnlolt care for Infanta' and Childrena Complalnti. Superior to Caator Oil, Foregorlo or Karoo Uo Syrups. Children cry for Cnitorla. Mil- lion of Mothers bloaa Caatorla. " I recommend Castoria tor children's Caatorla cures Colic, Constipation ; Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to nny prescription (lives healthy sleep ; nlno aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. AnciiEit, M. D., Without narcotic stupefaction. Ill 8o. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Tun Cextacb ConrAXT, 77 Murray St., Now York. LUMBER ijAiJifj, SHINGLES, DOOHS, XVVTYXVYVVtXVV.'Vl.VLAVVra GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is at pleasant tyrap, cure. to the taito at lemon Tho smallest infant will take it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never falls to Chills onoe broken will not return. Tost you only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. No qninine needed. Ho purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than uteii-tena- Estimates promptly made. v 1 e MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., It purifies the It blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. is as large as any dollar tonlo and RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. quinine. frt mimA' 1'OU SAT.IS e.ifriWiiiii mm HMEnf; WARRANTED i ii -CoKJUauriLLi, LOUISVILLE, KY. USTMention this paper. Fiiua Witneint Co., farti. Ttno.t flrftK ttbl tut tbr Joica f tour Orri Mt Chill Toiik. I wu t)Wv4 with the Wt from you laul lumiuvr. Tho popU wtr dfllhtM with It. I jour Chill Tonic to m hlMrrn ho were bhlihroalt) lltatid warihy and etuaclhhM. hit ln( a ami on of them tr chill lor mom ha tthla thrw werU afltr beftnaloc wtth jha Chill Toolo thtj vert halt and heart, with ttU and jm Uim., Deo. IX, 1888, Tt jt, jr, L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. 9. Chwli ii aAtctl like a charm. YF, W. fiTUtSON, U. D. iiV i'--i CLOVERPORT, KY. r.H:itot. very-inferio- - 7. "' nt -- s. V The press has couiuiented upon tho shipment to California of eastern pota- THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AI3 LIHE. r toes. These vegetables' lire (b. E. & ST. L. R. H.) to those i;rowu here, for among our other o excellent productions' tho' California is peculiarly fine. It is mealy, and SHORTEST, QUICKEST KL?3niala5BBwhen grown to u 1 4igo sisse is not cavern-3u- s AND 1JEST LIKE TO Hoiectful!y, in the middle, us is the case with L. D. ADDrSON, nearly all largo lvwtenfspeciinens. When AddUon, Ky. baked it does not "fall" at oiico and got AND ALL POINTS ad, but stands up as light as u croaui South-Wes- t. pull for ;i long titno. Tho reason for the present iniortatiou of inferior potatoes -f5 e) Time-Cain Effect Dec, 16, is tlmt tho rains last fall prevented the digging of the home ciop in suillcieut I.v. Loulivillo 8:45 n.tn .0:00 p.m., .4:10 p.m. .quantities to supply tho market, and the Arr St. Louli 7:15 " .7:25 " . 9:50 p.m. EvsnsTllle 2:25 " amo reason prevented' the planting, 'm-fmkwhich usually gives us new potutoes in For further Information, cult on or addreti, abundance in l'ibnmry. Latest advices JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Qon'l Pats. Ag't, Louiivllle, Ky. from tho undug jiotato fields of 1889 are I hat the potatoes left in the ground are B. L BRYANT, .sprouting and springing up, and the Trav. PaBig'r Ag't, Loulirllle, Ky. funnel's nro busy cultivating this self planted crop. California will, befoie many years, be a large exporter of potaSiirjirUo nt n Cnnl I'uity, toes, in competition with the Bermudas, An Elkhart (Intl.) special says: In to invitations to nttond n to supply tho east in the spring, when the supply grown in that section is wiltPedro jiarty, Boventy-fiv- o of the U n iTPixir i rr InTr ed, sprouted and about us appetizing ns friends of Minnie Ley, of this, city, laVllMOUlUUL, I1MJJ. old boothcols. &uii rrancihco Altn. gathered ut her elegant homo ono evening recently and wero indulging in the " LLr M lluil.v .Salmon. game nt 1 1 o'clock, when Miss Ley and The extraordinary mn of salCharles ft'lcon. in full wedding cosmon in the Fraser river, which washpok-eno- r tumes, ton's their places in a bay winbouie weeks ago, still continues. dow in the parlor and wero married Never in tho history of the river sinco by tho Rev. Mr. Ilnopf, of tho First white men first cast a net in It has such church. Tho guests were a run been known, uud the oldest Indi- thunderbtmck, us they had not had the ans agree that they never heard of bnch a slightest' intimation of such ivu event. marvelous seiibon. Tho fishenuen uro Tho bride says 6he took tluit method of catching from twenty to forty ILsh to each avoiding wedding gifts. The young boat every day, though working only a couple left immediately for tho east. portion nf tlieday, ami on one occasion Initliinit u AiH'IUIii. fifty weio ..it.dcil ut one haul. Tho friends of the artllicial propagation system will A special from St. Paul, Minn., says doubtless claim that theco facts uren jus- that Gen, Ituger, commander of tho department of Dakota, has received a teletification thereof. -- Toronto Mail, gram from Muj. Carroll, of Fort Custer, A man named Fields, who has just Mon., htati.ig that the Indians of the died near Danville, Ky., never, it is mid, Tongue river agency aro greatly excited though 07 yearn old. slept u, single night over the usjicctcu' appearance of a r. out of the house in which ho was bom, The accounts that cau bo gathered and never uto but ono meal away from of the coming of this Indian Christ aro homo. He was outside of his uativo very fragmentary: but tho lxdiof ii thorcounty but twice, und then only for an oughly grounded in tho minds of tho InINDIANAPOLIS, IND. hour each time. dians, and, under tho leadership of their medicine men, thoy havo worked up n The adoption of visible means of religious revival und uro conlldently " """TaljPSBir A WTSrmyx I gnppni t" becomes more mid more fashwaiting tho advent, ionable among the English aiistoeracy. II la Uxpectutlmi. Lord Albeit Cdwanl tiodolphin Osborne, 75. H jWL "iSjk QyTOPg a jounger son of the Duke of Lectio' and Friend 1 understand you uro going Prlco, $18.60 at Factory. Cub vlt& Order. iiuiueoake of the Prince of Wales, has to preside nt tho desk of h summer hotel gone to (Vylon to niuimge a ten 'pluntu-linn- . this season. " . Hotel Clerk I turn. F, Do you anticipate making a good Strictly Tint-ClaVnrniuted. Miss Ilattio' Mitchell, ttio daughter of AllHccoud Growth Hickory thing out of it? tjaeaia jgjv' Senator Jlitcholl, of Orogorihjae th? Hteol Axles and Tiros. Yen, I expect to own tho.houso H, C Low Hunt Hvat Armit l'crfeotly Balanced, be-tlf in Paris of Ixiing tin iemporwi al Amoricau wohijwi inh&tM'Skfr htm beforu the mmmm dob if I kvo. my : lAirw, rwjr jtiiuuK, Iict All Oyer, Bprll), Vtot WhccU una voo4.kfill)ii4Mi Cowfer. Eeen in that cy, veo oam-- t fimo thix tm iaui,it i ir r mkrwummwrite hi. h io-tat- Ii the place to buy SHW l NO MAnilSR for, lot uinnoy thnn nny other pl.ico in tho country The tu icltii f I tell are erjinl to any thnt nUntn ehnri;i frmn $113 to $5(1 fi.rs I gunrun-te- e them tu be uhnt 1 jay or nu Irndo. ARent will my the ininhln1) la ifb necouut. . In our price, but t the lr(;e il figure on thin u rn evirytblnvt I bundle, cut it at low a it can he cut. ".My Muttu" nuick alo and cninll prufll. Two drawer dMlef Sinzer Sowing Machines biw arm, with all uttichmuntf. $10,60 . Five drawer droilenf Hinder Sewing bl-arm. with nil utinchti'enU StU.Slf Send mu it chcr.lt nr the money by reixtrr letter, nml wilt ahlp you u intuhine to nny irt of the country, iron-lic- r St. Louis, Evansville West and rd x,Ak Tim .wu MJmS&SgE ""fgjljl o (tpke kk i H. W. HERNDON & CO., Produce k den'ral No. 144 Third St., Comi'n Buv-iou- Louisville, Ky. oo No. riQ II XP L ti6t jP-.sMU . ,iV -y .TSSfV.Jii . 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