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Then, bidding adieu to Mrs. Raymond, WOXDKItS OF THE NORTH. CHICKEN 5 ho hurried out, just in titno to Ilendqunrters for catch tho ilcr licart gavo a grcat loajiuasno groom gossiping with tho servant, nnd to '"Hfll a uUU'rdashlug INTERESTING walk quietly with him to tho park. Cholera THINGS FOUND IN LVi across tho lall llguroju an at a hcadlons wasto ground May Fielding was delirious when her BRITISH COLUMBIA. speed. Was that Quy aud wero lib e over reached homo: and it was many a after liltnr Aslckeulns fccHiiRof Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Micli- long day and night before she recovered dread invaded her licart, and though her sufllclently to look back upon tho past Cnrlmu F.inimtluiuuf le Nntuntl iijan Planter, Salt, Lime, Coal O I bosom heaved madly with tho wild beatAre Found Iu Mnr IMvrra A Shattered and comprehend tho present. ings of her heart, sho stood and watched. by tho Bnrrel, Planter Unir, ludlttuTiHilltlon-CliiuuisS- U It was to Guy's aunt that site poured Allien Lone. Tho tall figure had evidently for tho forth all her troubles hor lnti.pViA.ti. lnre-- . Ilr time given his pursuers tho Blip, and was & . Clare; tho coming of her supposed lover oven now climbing the high fence, There are a mv luugc; ins entreaties; her flight about BritUh few very curious things Hrlck, Plow Bundles, Pit p Flooritut alIlo cuBio ovur somewliat clumsily, Columbia rivers. Everyand her revulsion of feeling; how sho ways kept on hand Ordurx acpartly through lib long coat and partly only saw her pretended lover by night; body knows that they How In the wrong through ncrvousnc&i, and ho folL Ilo Armstrong. companied by cash prompthow sho strove to lovo and respect him direction while they are young. For ini was up in a moment, however, and hur stance, the A girl's figure springs to meet him, nnd how ly tilled. her heart all the tlmo was going to the Peace and Llard persist iu rying into tho houso. and is clasped to his panting heart, while Arctic ocean, defiance j ranting ior iiotno ami for something tno Kooky mountains and intho laws of When May dcucended unsummoned to passionate kisses rain upon her pa. of which sho seemed to havo Irwi tho parlor, which for tho first timo'was Surely that moment was heaven to in lib secret heart Guy had felt sorely nature, while the Columbia, Frascr and Take no shoes nnless lit up, sho foutid Guy in hia shirt sleeve? Clare Raymond. I)ouIm' nsmv and nggrlovcd that May Bhould. even for a Kootenay only consent to travel seaward CAUTION AV, L. av v IT VIS) VM IW and Mra. Pntiton busy with''- cold water after going In the opposite direction some . .. " '"" taaw moment, mbtnke another man for him; " rtffcti and sponge, Thousands of dollar? Yorth hundreds of miles. But they also have send direct to factory, encloilng; but tho illness, even unto death, through die every year from CholGuy hud cut his arm badly, and the very peculiar ways of making Ice, qulto which sho had passed; her wistful, child-lik- e blood was pouring from an ugly wound. era. It is more fatal to chickens than eyes; her pretty pcnJtenco and self opposite to that laid down in the text ' all other diseases combined. But the books. "Let' mo help you, Quy," said May, Suits furuier prices abasement conquered lilni, and he took tho Ice inIn the Skecua I havo observed $18.00 nuw $15.00 'i m. jpPfa,, amazeu ut alio know not what ai rIio autumn to form on tho river discovery of a remedy that positwth 15.00 her to his heart as truly and as lovingly bed 11.50 gazed fnto lib hard sot face "Run and among the bowlders in globules, llko cures it has been made, and to be con12.00 10.00 ns ever. a mass of Ibb spawu, this often growing vinced of its efficacy only requires a get somo bandages. Mra. Preston, while 10.00 8.25 Ernest L'Estraugo saved a great deal I taihohisarm." until 8.00 (1.00 trial. A of tho inovitablo cxpoauro'by putting an face, the reef actually reaches tho surbottle is enough for Ah,stbankce, childl" said tho worthy but more often it breaks away in end to his own existence when, on the largo pieces 7.00 5.00 one hundred chickens. , If-i- s guarwoman. "I couldn't do It aWby and floats off down stream, morning which was to havo seen lib bearing 5.00 3.75 s anteed Jf, after using of andjl didn't 'life to call you. myself, I know marriage with May, ho was arrested at many pebbles and oven bowlders for a bottle, the buyer is1 not thoroughly gfrls don't fancy tho Bight of blood." miles. Six styles Men's Wash Satinets Mrs. Preston's; and as ho was easily satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken There nre May felt, sho know not why, that a bints, worth $6.00 will sell for the proved to bo tho Thomas Hartley to rivers also. many natural bridges on our .Cholera, return it, to the undersigned crisis in her life had come, and she braced In the Kicking Horse, three next 60 days at $3.50, whom May had asigned her money, miles below herself to meet it. A full line M'en's nnd Youths' Guy, as next heir to lib brother, received bridge In Field station, there Is a rock t ind your money will be, refunded.' Sho rolled Guy's right shirt sleeve up a slate formation which is init back. odd I'a 11 ts. higher, tliat ho might help her. It was clined so as to present sharp edges very For salo by C. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. "SO you see I Shall wed n nonnllx Also n full line iu all sizes of the unpleasant to walk upon. Every observ tlio left arm that was hurt, and badly, bride after all," ho said, as they wancelebrated Bull Dog J cans l'nnts. too, tho flesh being lacerated deeply. ant passenger on the Canadian Pacific dered In tho sliady avenues of L'EsKEVEa FSiU FLESSflKT TO TAKE. otiths', Boys' and Cliildren'sStiits In ono instant sho had learned tho fact railroad has noticed the snow bridge on trange Park. nt onelifth oil' ol original price. the lllecillewaet, but there are records that this man who stood before her in the "Ah, Guy," she said, "I deserved to FOR scmblanco of her Guy, her own darling Chlldrcns' Knee Pants 2.1c, lose both my fortune and vour lnv tnr of ice bridges also. I think I have heard GENTLEMEN. ' Guy, tho man for whom sho had deserted of ono on the llomathco river, but of the 4Sc, 57c. Qniln and Ci rr my folly in being so deceived! Hut yet homo aud friends, had no mark on his Stickeen a marvelous story is told. There moor Vnttntrt-wiMen's and Boys' Hats very cheap all tho while thero was a feeling in my is item iu inn roritl Kznmlne tils right arm! IIANl-Ni:WS5-2a NHOB. JHSNHINK heart that it was not Guy; lib manners highgreat glacier descending out of tho J4.0O HANlKftUYVKll WKI.T HIIOK. Men's Sloes worth Her heart beat as if it would burst; but $1.00 suowfleld to the north, and this in 1 OI.ICK ANI $3.35 53.30 KXTUA VAT.tIKPAltMKItH NHOE. were not tho samo, and" .SO " CAI.I' 8MOK. In this supremo moment- sho kept calm. " ancient times flowed right across tho 3.00 2.25 Jt WOHKIMIMKN'H HIIOKR. "Aud I hope lib kisses wero not," he valley, meeting Ja.a " MSi.OOauit at.70 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. Sho know that tho slightest display of With one spring May fielding had darted eald.os ho " a lesser ice stream from 2.00 1.65 caught her to him and pressed tho All uuule In CosgreM, Duttou and Lac. '" forward, emotion would ruin till. " heightBoppohlte. Tho Stickeen flowed 1.50 Itls lips to hers. 1,20 ,, .. . ai.A w .i...i ua .1 Sho knew that that fond embrace, BIIU COUIU, rOIIOU Up Tho sound of thoso wedding bells under the Ice iu a tunnel, nud nt very j.v, Tho only Certnln and ICfTcetnal Cure for CWIU and Kovcr, Intermittent, Itrmlttent, tho other sloevo higher, and saw what those eager kisses, wero not for her; but which .rang out so merrily at lkirchester These goods can be Kill in any low water the wssage was too small for 81.75 8IIOK FOIt. MISSES. Ililloui anil Malarial Fever, Dumb Apia, Uest Material, llest Style. Best Flttlac style. niado her brain joyous and her whole nono the less was it rapturo to Ho In his cathedral, to celebrate tho union of Guy it, although the water must havo been TV. L. UouKlas, Urockton, Mass. 8oM by Swamp Fever and all Diseases originating being becomo infused with n delicious arms, Up to lip, for tho first and. it Lhstronge nnd May Fielding, nover banked up into a lake at tho spring from a Torpid Liver or Malaria, Une lot Men's Bio trans wortlt uoviii-- uiu ears or uiura ICaymoiid. Perfectly liarraless, contains no Arceiilc might be, tho last tlmo! thrill of relief. freshet. .fi.25 at 7cc. & SIlO tXr8Uniloil lior mrvll.n.. ... ..!. .1... or Oulnliio and can bo jrlvcn to tlio mobt A SIIATTKItUO TItADlTION. A servant in another moment entered lodgo Tho woman who had been so cruelly dclioato iwrsqn with porfect safety. and travel on tho continent. Ladle llutton Shoes (Dongula) worth $3.50 with lights, and Claro struggled away, used in tho woods had muttered someNow, the Sicauo Indians of tho upper As a Tonic for Tired Feellnp, Loss of ApSho mot thero, and married, an old petites Headache, Nervous Itopresslon ivnd ' thing about marks on Guy's arm. All smiling and covered with blushes. French count, nnd it b said is now both valley used to regard this tunnel iu the ow Spirits origlnatlnfrfrom Malaria, It stands aV they ltad heard was tho word "dagger." "You did not givo mo tlmo, Ouy," sho a .10110 and without a Varallol. ade')t a! uo Kauff tables. ioo as leading to tho "sweet by and LoDlsvIIIe. St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co, 1" Guy Ltstrangoand lib wife, howover. by." They were therefore very nnx-iou- s On tho left arm of this man was a said, "to explain tho mistake." Then " to?0 l'KICE, bt 61.00 Xor Bottlo. cross Sold to avoid tho place. But onco the Druinl't gmtrattf, and two daggors, and just above sho added gravely: 'Havo you not aro models of happiness, and as thoy 3STO. wander along love's llowcr Btrown path" " them tho jagged scar of a sword thrust. heard?' " tribe was encamjicd not far alwvo the J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., 1.50 way, they can afford to forgivo mid forGuy LEstrango felt a giddy sensation sols rooranrroits, glacier, and there was a very old man At this moment Mrs. Preston get tlio woman who would havo marred 1.25 ErJLKsrrzzn, of dread stealing over him, and ho i,ui., v. s. A. tho room. both their Uvea for her own passion's and his wife with them who wero too 03 SOLD AND WARRANTED 11 Y Taking IJffoct mean to dio because of the expeseof giv-in- g "I am glad you havo comeT said May. grasped tho table for support. sake, "Heard whatr ho cried. "Hnoat! toll A lull line of Misses', Children "I miscalculated uiv strength. a funeral feast. They wero very rich TIIK END. mo whero is May?" always turns mo faint." and of no use, and had largo appetites, At 5:00 o'clck A, H., Sundaj, Feb. 23, 1890. and Baby shoes all at reduced "Sho is not hero. She has fled," said And sho staggered from tho room. and their relatives at last consented to Pointers Without Chnrgc. prices. Claro in her gentlest and most studied When Mrs. Preston went up presently Tho dealer who saj--a advertising does lart with them. They wero therefore AH Bleached and Blown Domes-- t accents, "Sit down, Guy, and listun." !lcl found Trillin not pay has expected it to make a fortune set adrift in a leaky canoe aud consigned A'l.f llouml IIIIHf uii emciimg salts anu a glass of c Cottons at manufacturers prices He did, Ills brain whirling and his for him in a few weeks. UHL ANU wine, sliq found her extended on tho to tho current, nnd all tho people, conilML AND heart turning sick with dread. cxrRMs. STATIONS floor in a dead faint. When u nuwspnpcr once, gets tho repu- scious of self sacrifice, stood on tho bank XXI'KKPS. "Where is whero is Mr. Hartley?" tation of not being a paying medium for imd watched the canoe vanish into tho 8.00am LT.Unionl)cpot,Louiv'e..Ar. 1.20 m Dut ho listened to tho end wanout Inwere her first words when sho regained Kentucky Street tho advertiser its race is run. tunnel, aud felt good. Now, tho old 8.15 1.05.. terrupting. 3rt In. Henriettas all new Alms Itouao shades worth 35 (ft 25 con3ciousncH, and sho gazed as if in fear Advertising is n gear in tho machine peoplo were very frightened nud snucalcd Then tho whole thing was clear to him. 40 In. Serges all Wool new ihados Pleasure ltldge Park worth CO Co round tho tu. "Sho lias been cajoled away deceived of a well regulated Store. It cannot sell a good deal, but when tho bluo shadows 50c. Valley "Oh, lio's gone," said Mrs. Preston by a likeness," ho said. "I know now; the goods itself, it only delivers tho cus- of tho Ico closed over them they thought Mohairs and latest stylo worth 50 ...Meadow I.swn 40o cheerily; "ho left his best love, and said I.feel now that tho whole secret of this tomer, as it were. thoy wero dead Indians, and behaved Ulver View 01. Cashinerei nt Popular prices. 9 00 tho clergyman would bo hero very early More busiuess men nttributo their suc- accordingly. West l'oint. 12.25 .. Infamous affair lies in a nutshell. I had Presently tho old lady F. " it 33 Kock Haven ........... 12!2 and that ho would get you over to Franco a twin brother (which was tho cause of cess to tho judicious use of printers ink thought it was getting light, and became .. t'.F. Long llranch 1.52iu tho strango marks on our arms), nnd I than to any other ono thing. Aro you curious and looked about her. Then sho 9.52 quick, instead of stopping hero." .llrandcnuur)- 11.40.. Block Goods, viz : Henriettas doing all you can to secure trade? kicked tho old man and asked if he 10 02 .. was led to beliove by my father and all May quickly took her resolution. ....narun 11.31.. Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap Dc Eternal udvertisinjr is the nrlce of didn't wish they wero nt tho funeral feast. 10.13 .. .....Uuston 11.20 "Thank you, Mrs. Preston," sho said, my family that ho died at tho ago of 10. Alma, Helvetia, Solid Ras, ...Irvlngton..., 11.00.. I havo discovered bIiicc, through my dear trade. Some argue that it is expensive Ho looked up and found tho canoe out in 10.2.1 .. "for your kindness in bringing mo tho 43Aslt fur catnloCTie. 10.32 ....Webster.... 10.50 galinc and Nuns Veiling at reduced TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. wluo; but that is only a stimulant for friend, Paul Armstrong here, that ho did to advertise. It is the most profitable tho open again, tho glacier behind them, 10.47 .. ...liodiuurg.... 10.47.. you can have if you handle it and the world pretty much as usual 10.50 .. prices, all Silk. not: but was expelled from school (while oxiKJiise tho moment, and I must have something 1 lerce. 10.37 They got ashore, cut naddles and Doles. 11.01 IlIllBBa ITDCET SKA OITK MU to tnako mo feel strong and look bright I was at .homo in bad health under n properly. ..Sample 10.30 . VHaMolld jlMW Hold Ml uo.tt'.xlrT on my wedding day." (Sho shuddered tutor) and sent abroad. Ulk. Laco for Dresses worth., Always move a Httlo ahead of the and prepared to go Who again. Tho old tl 10 Steiiliennport . ,52.00 $1.25 10.10.. .'.Holt trade. Ah one local advertiser is wont man began to iw hungry for the grease 11.18 MMHtlWVViVXi Worth la tlta wwli. IarfWi involuntarily as sho uttered tho words.) watch 10.10 "He married in Australia- tho beauti1.40 95 11.34 jln Umsvpr WarrtDltd bMvrt "I will go out to tho doctor's, whoso light ful but uufortunato creature, who died to say; "Anticipate their wants." Don't boxes; tho old lady set her heart on U:3 Cloverport... 0.55 auuu uuui nanimv caaaa. Ulk. Nets for Dresses worth m Shops Both UUaai4ftia.dtat :50.. 2.50 1,50 today, under tho uamo of Roy Talbot, wait until Christmas before you adver- grcaso and berries, and thoy both deterseo at the end of tho street, and get I with wockj ud cattt of Skllliian ..... UMxu 0.31) his real, namo being Ernest L'Estrungo. tise holiday goods. Always got in your mined to get homo for tho banquet, since IZ.Oiru Hawesvllle.. ., BStLFjnlmr arh locaUtr can aacura aaa lltlll in llfo3jtl)u. fni mn 0.23 .. A big assortment of Embroideries announcements in season. wit our lafa thoy had assbted at tho funeral. Well, 12.1" ee, Oeforo Falcon kindly-loo- k .0 .. exonerated mo d valuabla iuMoflIon.Mahld Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch iLliBKflBiriunnlos. totathrrmhpIilii wtll Tho face, and a died out of Mr. Pres-tou'- a from all her death she lucid moments 12.30 Lowltport,... It is a mistake to think that any rep- by dint of making tho old lady work, Tbaaa 8.5C.. blame. In her tliZEtLwLTi ara lYee All ika week rot stem frown took its '"WW1II K tha watch, We are headquarters for these Powers 8.30 .. she recognized tho difference in our utable newspaper is indifferent as to its while he steered and gavo good advico, 12.59 M4tolatolMwwhil vMDJrou to tho who rtll yow place, Pates ftlatvlt and neighbor aivl thoaa about yoti ibat ajvrajri rtiulu 8.2J .. goods and will sell you them cheapadvertising bringing the investor a they succeeded In making their way up 1.08 Arr faces, in tho color of our eyes, in the "Not la viluabla tnda IWu.wfcUh bold fur yaara wb one tUrt4. miss," sho said, edgtug Owemboro,... ....Lve 8.11am er than and thua wo aro rapaU, W pay all tipraaa, fraleht. ate. 4ftr any one else. 1.30 towards tho door. "I was told most marks upon our arms. When sho found prom, inifl paper.wouitt not rcceivo u through tho tunnel aud homo, and were Stanley yoakftowall.if jroawMUUko torotowoik. for ,yocau 7.45.. oar (ton SSO (a BOO pr wtk aa4 onward. 1.40 M Addr. particular not to let you go out nt night: ho had Ued, leaving her, like tho infa- cent from a dissatbilcd patron who had in amplo tlmo for tho feast In fact they Worthlngton .. 7.34 $t MttKaon ts Co., Mux 818, 1 ortlantS, Mln. Spottsvill uvcu uuppuy every nitcrwam. uut how 714 mous scoundrel ho was, sho found a let-- given its columns a thorough test. and Mr. Hartley" 2.08- llasketts.... 7.05 Your business won't move nlong un- shall wo coudolo with tho relatives, whoso "Nevermind ,Mr. Hartley," said May, I tcr which told her of lib destination, mid IF YOU ARE GOING TO PAINT USE 2.20ruArr Henderson Lve 6.50am with a mirthless attempt at a laugh, as biio ioiiowcu nun. sno mistook mo for less you keep pushing it Ono way to sweetest and most pious traditions had been shattered about tho sweet by him, and, when I rushed from her, sho push it is by advertising. Select a uows-papBLUE GRASS sho put on her hat and threw her travel"We call the nttention of BUI B COIW the trade One oTtlir with iLlargo'and growing circula- aud by? FMKUir .rnmv .. . ... lIKNTTrl. ing cloak over her arm. "Titno enough encountered him as if by a miracle. It I to the fact that we now have the I n tion, liko this paper, for instance. Change A DKfil QOBOK. trmita Our farllllUa am richest line or was ho who struck her down, and wiio to obey him when I havo Bald tho orthoHoucg Paints the world. to JMiriHtucaout Dress Ginghams in RcadyMi;-:GII Not hast among the natural wonders ishiTIttI. a u.l was seen by another woman, who, from your ad. at least twice a week and leave dox words 'lovo, honor and obey.' Kinduiiiur rtMxta wa lll mbJi u km the market, Renfrew, Stodards and tothing to what is culled "luck," and of tho coast is McKcnzlo passage, a little I WW raanUL toiiMt I IK x in ar b localltr, tho description given by my brother's ly let mo pass, madam." a bo. OaljrtlHMawhowrttt rnncy. Normandies in stripes ami Tho latter words wero added in a wife, I bclievo now to bo you, Clara' you will always bo what is called "lucky." to tho westward of KIngcomo lulet It Is Ontario malt iur of Manufactured by h Itutai net Allyouharatadala I barb I,VM Did you ever know that there is an a chasm about six miles iu length, leadplnids Chambrays plain hTul Tell mo," ho added sternly, "what did howr our $tm1 la hard, commanding tono qulto unusual muni la CYi taoMWbo rail yaur itrlrhbora socloty? Well, there is. ing to the base of an isolated and broken Scotch Zephyrs and you tell her? How has slio been deto May, as sho advanced quickly. and thoia rouna jou. Tha ba It is couqioscd of doctors, nnd boiuo doc- jieak, 0.0W feet high. Tho walls are very ""mW fftunlnr of I til adrrrtUtmtut French Ginghams all at tlio lowest Mrs. Preston was desperato; sho had ceived'" tha Mall tors in this city are members of it, too. close together, vertical and snow crowned. tcopa, Tfc followlfif t gUti hoWlappaaranr nilUOf thai fata. prices. f Ut long seen that all was not qulto riglit rdtJ t "I told her what I saw," said Clare. Still you often boo LOUISVILLE, KY. the names of doctors Tho sun never shines in this awful gorge; between tho "lovers," aud sho would "ana sho fled." Sho thought it best to keep back: tho in tho newspapers, don't you? and mostly tno vapor iroin its waters hangs dark uud loso a big roward if she allowed tho girl iu connection with cases of theirs. These bitter cold, unmoved by any wind, nnd .oei in. vniffin pari vi ii. outs, W. hub ir.na. qovbi. mi. iu. truth oven yet. Fato might still play uiombcrs to escape. will .1,0 ,a.w yu htWTM Kopf ,.l Lift U ? la firry. having their no living being enters its solitude lu.fc. St le.it. cn .ipfiltIruni SfU l wrii U.1 lUy .1W. pv from lb. aurltWUB into her hands. Before tho nows of Guy names iu nre not opiosed to way Sho stood, therefore, at tho door to For Sale by t .11 ..prt Mriurri the iMiners in the of free And but two records of this placo having ajjmh, 11. ... B.it.r a co., ohci. L'Estrongc's releaso reached London she "puffs," but to advertise, they hold, ban,. iinHbo, Voan.M, mmi. Plain worth prevent her egress. allett oq , 15 been visited by white men. Scarcely less Dut sho had entirely miscalculated tho might be tho wifo of Ernest L'Estrange. oviuuuco oi wcaKiiess. iov, now s mat? 15 wonuenui is an iniet tributary to Uean s 12J Sho was silent, thereforo as to her strength of will existing in that youthful uotiJustqni canal. Ou the Moll' llrail. mind and tho power lying dormant in meetings with 'Ernest in tho woods and 12 10 Somo of tho tide sluices are very danStaje Treasurer Dobleter has issued that litho young form. With ono tho infamous conspiracy between them .10 'jfiuitu JVr 'tp St uvC jij oott 8?f gerous, aud many lives havo been lost iu for tho ruin of May'a happiness forover. orders for wolf scalps sent iu from KittMay Fielding 'SNizvom suxooxudn Strlpoand Check worth, 10, 12)$ and 15 8 Eealor in Drugs, Chomicals, Faints, sprlug, and Bciztncr tho had darted "Well, then," said Guy, rising, and son county to tho extent of $3,000. ThU them. A great puzzlo they wero to early ttijppo 'UVIHJM) f.HfuitpjllljOJ pJfOl woman hv tltn Oils, Varnishes, Window Glasa. arm, hatfnwung her backward into tlio pressing tho hand of tho startled Mrs. represents tho scalps of 400 wolves which travelers, who found cataracts of sea fi'pt uIP"t ntfi CLOVERPOET, KY. puv 'tuptvfifiij I'muou fppi ftm i tttmtit Raymond, who had not yet been nblo to havo been killed since last November at water pouring into many of tho inlets. center of tho room. HVJ WOjf tff til ipkVft SHIIPjtyv" tJ0) are existence Then, without a pause, sho fled down utter a word or to thoroughly comprefin scalp. Tho Aggregate scalp orders They themexplained by tho Ailed 'MlHn W tnonSucjitf of largo basins by tho ppuno:u P''t Fk0 'tuvl In Burlington Fast Black, very tho stairs, out into tho street, and away hend the meaning of tho scene, "wo must on hr.nd, luiid uud unpaid, amount to .vx Utuvf JVitjcf CrauvJiu toward tho busy highway at tho end. cheap. 500 pair Misses and Chif. not loiter hero, Armstrong. Wo must 7.150. When the sqirhrj crop of young flood tide, the outlets being too small for u J3iu)t im ; mvy Wn taiojj ftnSvu titf, wolves b in t'uo appropriation of $13,000 Its ready escape at the ebb. Some of go to Loudon after my darling.' Sho had money with her, abuudauco 'jmou y; trptttf wttvJvu p'ooonojC dren s Hose, ., assort.,! c;,t. solid -I V for wolf Imuntivs for 1890 will be ex- - these salt water cataracts aro as much s.itSt(in 'tuotHfuuot Jtytofo tfKrpnitfp uo for her purpose, and hailing a cab sho f patienco gavo way at this. .uiu aiiiijcti, inn regular iiinde worth It hoX jfwnu yjvt tai )nf 'ey; ;i,V hnusted. Wohvs pay lietter than wheat as twelve feet high. Thero is a miniadrovo to tho pollco station. "Wlmtl" she cried; "you. Guv L'Es 20, 35 10 c. v puv JviJtp tut y JVtfop tuo tucuf ture example ut the gorge, near this city, t. After an hour's interview with n very trange, tho last of a noblo house, will iu Kittson coituty. St. Louis tv4 pno ujof ui f3 t ptin uv not tv On the Yukon river tho upper waters delighted nnd astonished inspector, the stoop to follow tho footsteps of a runaHt Ooft Suoj v fitq 1iimu fjout v aro rendered quite clear by tho, deposit A Full Line of Notions. SURE CURE FOR bravo girl drovo ofT again, this tlmo to the way girl who fled from you at tho Hrst 'jiquinu ivi ut l,iu Ji;ut ;Vi -t Tlio Cruuil uud t'tiltoo. .of all their silt in a chain of lakes, but uv fuuif ci iyJxett 'vu v ptpui mn railway station at Euston. breath of calumny? Shame upon you! Two dotcn Safety Pins A western busclmll iduh bus a pitcher lower down a stream called White , 8A river It was apparently a very pleased and Rquso your manhood and your pride! named Cotton, ami the crowd seems to Four Bars Toilet Soap enters from tho south, 'so charged with CttUflf O tf 't)Uf)0)UllXtpUV pUM Tself possessed ..young lady who took a Let her go! Sho b not worthy of a sec- regard thu namo V Wn 'XMZYOyjv SOXODh'JJl taaat5 V in tho nature of a soft glacier mud that tho Yukon from thenco 1 Ono doien Cedar Lead Pencils, first class ticket by the express to Deep-forond thought!" For 30 Years a Success. thing. When Mr, is pitching the a5 who gave the porter half a crown Ilo read her secret In her parched lips, crowd yeli: "See Cotton in' Cotton," to the sea b too dirty for even tho botFifty Slate Pencils 'em butt tom of u cupful to bo distinguished. & Itonil tills TuktliHour thou to obtain her a curriago to herself, and her shifting color, her heaving bosom, nud when ho Us. at tho b:U they yells Graylings rise readily to tho fly above v.' THY IT for Yourkuir. w1k made hcnelf cozy in a corner for hor wistful eyes. And Crrcnt 'Tiiinnv "Look nt Cotton imttin'." It hr not much no lUhlng without nets is possible IWjirtttvrt hute uiimy Ittltrt likt ihrtt; below. her. long journey. Ul..1 This woman loved him with an absorb- wonder that he thinks . ..JllinilE n.t.l pilcllf t . BETTER THAN QUININE. Du( as tho train began to tear madly ing passion as yet unknown to him, but legislature to change of applying to tho Moreover, where the great river crosses 1 inwnre to be found itaruwnrc and his name. Now tlto Arctio circle the tributaries from the Mr. M. M. Kettennn. Donojr Co., on our along, shrieking'through the" Uelds and which, now ho had realized its existence, York " World. Arkt.a4r? ' can cortifj to tho fact tundrn lauds are like rivers of tea, so villages," May Fielding-lain a tumbled explained all that had occurred. f that llugbet' Tonla Is the bBit ehtll deep is tho stain of vegetable matter heap on ihq floor of th carrlago, oblivitnnij I ever tried. I consider it Loiter "I shall follow the dictates of my Il UYutlier Iu AiutruIS. from tho moss swamps of tho far south. than j liulno." ous to alL heart, Clare," ho said, "and that bids "Sun sickness" Is the "term applied to Victoria Times. CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mrs. Itnymoud and Claro eat, in the mo save my darling if I can." tho condition of the people of Melbourne, ' Mr. II. W. MoDonatd, Liurel It lit drawing' room ut tho lodge. At this moment thero was again a who recently passed through u torrid MUt , wrltoni "Vour Hughe' Tonlo for Money Tliruugb tha Malls. Tho former was indulging in ono of knocking at tho door, and n servant en- seiiMin. So abnormal was the heat that chllNmi J fever has never failed jet, her favorite nape; Clare hd been pro- tered presently. Somo ingenious fellow sent $10 note natives of Madras and uigroos from und I h tro told it to it numhor of ohro-nl- o tending tu read, tfn) As soon as tlio regu"A groom has ridden round from tho Sierra Leone suffered more than they fastened to a largo tag properly nddresseil, eitsei. It eures them every tiue " lar; breat)ing of hor mother told her tliat Igned and stamped, to some correspondpark, Mr. L'Estrango," sho Bald. "Mbe had over suffered Iu their native climes. Ask for HBsb' Tonic and UkeoOther site was in tho land of dreams, she throw Fielding is there. She was brought there ent half way acrosa the contlnont. It Chicago Times.' PRJCE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. ssidoher book to think. w&s so oild a missive as to attract utten in n carrlago, very ill." Small Size, 50 Cents, The flight 'C May had caused the uttlon all nlong the lino and even to rake Guy waited for no moro, not even to Col. Ruff Well, I've met my man and tho (jutMitloti whether it was malluble or most consternation; tiono tho less so ask the lawyer to follow hlmj but, rushl'mtraxro nr. when it was found that, in virtue of her ing out, he leaped on the groom's horse, got my money. not. We kept an eye on It to HJMc6tl-natio- n ROBINSON - PETTET CO., Maj. Meek How on earth did you father's fbdltelr will, sho hail transferred and was off llko lightning. and it was properly ilctlveVKl. XjuuUvlllu, ICy. L (kIImt Y$uey. hitliei Alliance, bunk to , Paul Armstrong, before lie went, manage him? efMT " Fur Sale bj Drugtiti. txtIwiio . i . Col. R. By. th bovine method, r. ivaiaii8niav. turned to Ckire Raymond, saying in a A nd Land in the financial section of Brotwl: Maj. low voice Clare, o cqurie,' kejit silent, refusing wkst b that? .Mmirit Netlr.e the Inbel h your (iMper bh4 to judgelWrifnany wayr wily expressing Cel. R, Cowed him by bullying him. way, New York, recently sold ot the rale? "Votuig lady, yo pteyed a desperate ..a aterT ee IfysHr tlit)etiXilre IhU msHth. a hope tlwt Guy L'&trauge would 3f $7,000000 t5r, acre. be. game, which might have resulted in' very -P- ittsburg Bulletin. il . diaBaaVBBsnr -- G A IT TEH CURE'S REVENGE Cute! satisfied now of Tho worlhloancsa of the girl with whom ho had been so infatuated. That morning nows had come that tho injured woman nt tho inllnnary had recovered hi r "nouses and was able to be carrledto tho court; but as to tho tesult. nothing was yet knowti. And so In the shadow of tlio big room Claro pat ,at the window", looking across tho lawn and hoping lipping that she might seo the, tall form of any L'E. tmngo striding across It. Ilarkl sounds of wheels approaching; then a loud at.tho door. Hurried steps cross,tho great hall, and in another moment tho door opens and Quy L'Estraugo rushes in, followed by Paul rat-tat-t- GREGORY & CO., Oeo. Yeakel Co Reapers and Mowers, CUT Pine Poplar Shingles RITE STORE Brandenburg, Ky. 11 m t aw Note Our Prices 50-cen- ts two-third- W. L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE r B-- $3&$2 3HOESlafd9. Hambleton. 13. Bowmer TIME SCHEDULE, m.i rsarrMrHll nn Dress Goods. ii:- ossifis ima '1 1 FINE SHOW GASES. TKKf Ue. nm mmm 12.-1- !... Dress Ginghams. er FREE d Val,. ' Elats' Sons, HHIi I , $1.25 PER GALLON White Goods. 11 HW.StorUg. for-war- d, 'ifwmj bo-hi- Hosiery. "" HUGHES' j 1 "i Globe-Deniocm- '"'lvt ff -- d, , .,., M..I.j.. 5 Cent CcjSnters. . Come and See V iBinft M.-A- lcifta it aiVv' JiT - - Brandiil) r' tf -1. rfPK mm Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, HAROINSBUHG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. Jolm T qitlo BEWLEYVILLE. M'hent harvest commenced in earnest wo have had n finer Jl'M; 181)4, V. U.H.tHII.lUt? TIME TABLE No IIVW Cltlor I. i'liif lloiimt DAII.T Agent L Cerresp'nt JNO. D. BABBAGE Ii ii Ml. IloHMtl I.. A: T. I.ocul Thitu furil. HAii.r t.xcurT SUNDAY. 11.31) STATIONS. ttMDAY. scrr f Malt and Express gutng Eirt.. Express Mliod " i it West.. 9 55 a.m. .. ..11.31 n.tn. 6.50 'J 5 a.ii.Lv Ilaet Knit 11.35 12 1 Irrlngtnn Junction .....tlmfioU.. Hanied IrrlnRtnn Wlt Vot ii 11.2 9.M 1'. "" ! (15 tllr.u l.Sur.u.Ar lUrdlmburg Ar. 9 00 a.h H 65 " 8()U 7.30 bv. 7.09 a.u - f& For County Judgo, Thoa. Adktison. For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. For County Clerk, J. E. Moniircb. For Sheriff, J. S. DeJernette. For County Sup't of School, Jai. W. Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For.County Asesor, ten Cashman. For County Survoyor, F. M C. Jolly. For Coroner, W. II. Pendleton. democratic ticket. u - CrJfc. n,- tt'.'yi T tf. ". .. A it " Get the news and yet nothing but the news TO OIIK COUin'.SI'O.NDITS. all the neics and From Dana's Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. iJC- Asiatic cholera . I)u. Itcntty, Collide, lii'cl lit yeslerilay nfU-'moo- in niK'ini,' in .Siuin. of Cuntro IiIm home in P.mville b:;Vr- - How J. imitation A. McKciuie liiw to iul(lnN4 tliu Xutinnul at Omalia Auj;. --'"tli. tin will that SpwiUer Koiil and ltrtrkonridge never speak when tliey pass each other in Washington Citv. It in in Sink n gnt well. Keep cool if you can. Knilroad Street'H mighty dusty. The city council meeta next Tuesday night. Mr. II. M. McCracken was in the city Monday. and You can get leo cold soda-watlemonade at Gutlirio'n. ' The young folks were given ii party at Dr. Kinehloo's Monday night. A beautiful lino of white goods at reduced prices. Beard & Heeler. Mr. Frank llaswell's little daughter has been sick for boveral w ecks. The grading on the Falls of Hough branch was completed hist Monday.Carrol-toMrs. l'enrod and daughter, of 111., arc visiting Mrs. J. II. Lcniiin. Misses Mary and Nellie Henderson, of Uewleyville, were visiting hero last week. Heard & Heeler are oil'ering some special attractions for young men in clothing. Mr. IJ. F. Beard expects to have his bank open for business by the llrst of n, :Mk rii t .; )w:nsiioiio's free mail delivery Htein inhabitants. July 1st. Thocity will have Mr. Barkley and wife, Stephensport, four carriers who will he required to were visiting Mr. It. S. Skillman last ;hc a hond of $1,000 each. Saturday and Sunday. The census enumerators should not The Kentucky editorw make a raid overlook our dramatic company, two upon Winchester this week. The meet- brass bands and a base-baclub. ing will he mostly one of pleasure, as Mrs. John Bennett and her daughter-in-lathere is no pressing husiness before the Mrs. Ad Bennett, of Stephens-por- t, Association. are visiting Mrs. Boland Smith. Mr. Wilson Jolly has just completed a 1!i:M):milmi(. is stealiii,' our thunder very line barn on his place. It was put business. Kinht here is on that soda-as"by Mr. James Drury, of Henderson. where the work will llrst bein, for the up There was a large crowd at the Sunday in mi have already frot their .'Hp packed Speeches school picnic last Saturday. and started for us. Fact. were made by Itev. Bruner, Dr. Motley and Jesse Fskridge. 1,oiisvim.k citiens are very much over the way in which the enl.oda V. Thompson wants a license umerators are taking the census in that from the nullity louit to sell whisky on They say the way the the Bowling Green road about two miles city. work is carried on there is a farce, and and a half from Cloverport. thev aie not getting a fair count. We have a few copies of Shakespeare's woiks to be given away by Sept. 1st, and Somi: Republican organs try to make ollering some great bargains with them. much of the sayings of the Xew York Come ami see. Beard A: Beeler. Sun in regard to C'leeland. They tiy lo The Republicans have not put out a ropicsent the Sun as being leading Demcandidate for the Constitutional Coocratic authority, but sensible people ndition. Mr. Monis Fskridge, a promlearned bettei than th.it years ago. inent lawyer here and a strong man in he doesn't desire Miss Mary Anderson got mairiid the the party, has said that to make the race. other day and the newspayers made a Judge Munay, in a eomersation with great o about it, just as though Miss gentlemen at the couit-hous- e A inlcrson didn't have as inucli light to some b.iriiug the Monday, said that David had arrived marry as any other citizen, fact that it is a little w.u in jn- -t now f.r safely in Germany and had cabled the Fisher heirs that their money was there, t'le business. but he ilid not know what amount. Tu r was a clevT piece of business in How's This! Governor Ititckucr fiunishing the State We oiler One Hundred Dollars reward of Kentucky $50,000 of his own private that cannot be funds with which to enable her (o meet for any case of catarrah cured by taking Hall's Catarrah Cure. Hut if a fellow's present indebtedness. F. J. Ciiuvi.v A: Co., Crops, Toledo, O- got the stud" that's what counts, and the We, the undersigned have known F. J. Governor may have an eye on thefiituie. Cheney for the last 15 years, ami believe him perfectly honorable in all business U Tin: taking of the recent ceiiMis transaction, and financially ablo to carry as a stiipenduous fraud at Washout any obligations made by their linn. ington. Nearly every city in the coup. WixrA: Tnwx, Wholesale Druggists, try has made complaints, but as the Toledo, O. W m.dinci, Ki.w vx M ut is, ji.uty has .stalled out in the Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. lino of fraud in most everything she unHall's Catarrah Cure is taken interndertakes, the census business will have ally, acting directly upon the blood and to go into the pot with the balance of mucous surfaces of the system. the truck. sent free. Trice 75ct per bottle. I (unison foi some reason Sold bv all druggists. I'iiini:sr doesn't appear to be half so popular with LONG BRANCH. the people as eitlur of his predecessors, Arthur or Cle eland. It is reported Mr. W. L. McCool was hero last week. Jjiat on an average about half a dozen Mr. Chas. Crawford woilt to the city visitors call at the White House daily to Saturday. j see him, while the latter gentlemen reA. Ditto, Jr., went to the city, the first ceived visitors bv the hundred. of the week. MissLillioJ. Ditto has returned from Tin: Danville Advocate comes to us Lebanon, Ky. this week containing an interesting Mr. Andy Bickerstaff has been on the of old Centre College and handsick list. "ClarkV sewing- thread Uiih Vir somely illustrated with cuts of the buildMrs. F. Ditto, Sr., came down from the and machine use. ings. Cloveiport has a kindly feeling city this week. Miss Bettie Webb is said Ui ih alroot-- t for this grand old institution and is deepKy., is color-blinMr. John, Phillips, but we she i Mil! ly interested in her success. She is now visiting relatives here. susceptible to Brown. taking rank among the best institutions Mr. and Mrs. John Hall are visiting Mr. B. G. Boltertson predicts a bright i.i the laud. their daughter Mrs. C. Hendrick. future for this place and has gone into Mr. B. Howard Amos, Baltimore, Mil., the IiiiiiIkt husiness. Arn:uall, it ReeoniH that we are not will visit I.ong Branch this week. Miss F.I la once thought of purchasing likely to get such a brilliant array of Master Curtio Black, Louisville is visa Davis sewing machine, but its now alConstitutional Convention. iting his uncle, Jas. Bicketts. talent in the Breckenridge, Knott, Lindsay, Buckner, Heavy rains in this section have great- together Owen to circumstances. McCreary and several other leading men ly interfered witlt wheat harvest. After our pastor's return from his ticket honeymoon ho will conduct a protracted in the State, who it was thought would Mr. Phil O'Bryan, general meeting, assisted by Bev. D. D. Dowden. be in the Convention, are about to de- agent Union depot, was here Saturday. cline the honors. But we'll get a Master Frankio Fairleigh is down on n We arc unable to comprehend Miss all the same, if we haven't one visit to his grandfather, Mr. F. Ditto, Sr. Delia's admiration for "gold stectacles." already. Long Branch was well represented at Thoy certainly must contain some pecultho Brandenburg Baptist church Sunday, iar magnetic property. Tin: voTcrs in Brcckenridgo should The Kentucky Bock ttas Co. will put Mr. Beuben Allen, in tho employ of K. read what our Bums correspondent has down a number of wells in tho near B. Small, was tho victim of a very untill week, lie is talking "boss" to hay future. fortunate accident last week. While at sense. Every vote cast for the ltepnbll-eu- n Sorry to state there was somftvinisun- - work in tho mill at this placo ho was this county means an en ticket in derbtanding about our depots it-'- not caught in tho machinery and badly hurt dorsement of the party in power at ' , before he coulcbbe rescued. Washington and tho continuance of tlio Dn Judson Willelt - nml daughter high protective duties. Can the farmers Bov.C. M. Beid and Miss Jennie L. were guests of Mr, W. L. Dooley Saturof' Breckenridge nilbrd to say by their Deauo were quietly married last Monday and Sunday, morning and immediately after tho votes that they want their burdens conMr. S. II Dooley left last week for day tinued. ceremony thoy left for Lancaster, the Findlay, 0., whcio ho Is engaged n put homo of the groom's parents. Tho best to bo jm extr.ior-dinar-y ting down wells I if tho oil field. The census seems community gocwith them. fitee) and friend, Biver View, wishes of tho Mr. Lay failure. Ky., aro expected down to favor Long t, a stalwait Tho Journal, declares that in St. Brunch with somo delightful music Miss Bos.1 Hall, who has Ixscn visitjng Louis it is Incompletiuind unsatisfactory. Times, a stalwart Dem- Mrs, 0. Hendrick, returned homo Sun Tho Kaii'-a- City went itU When Baby wa tick, we gore her CastorU, ocratic jotfrnal, reports that "Kansas day. MisSKUall. Jlcudnck fcWfien slu was a CM1 J, iha cried for CastorU. her to spend a week. Olty will fw grossly misrepresented phjWIu-1ib bocnin.) Hiss, ) clung to putorU. htcrh tomnenitliro ottJWYmsl After the in.thn census of 1WKI unless a recount iiWlien ho bad Children, Uo garo them 0torU. week can any one doubt Tlmt summer Is can !o secured." V . .SiC . . f..i 1,. ......lr tn Miu.vnu hero?. And lllesl Woll,'!oSt'fjels like .m TllO SaillO COIIipillllll l llliHIU ll .. X'.U-- ' i'delf?oring Mark Twatn:'?oStllli'tBc r every luwanvr?"" .1... ......!-friondly peals. 4 , . ' - l -- . . yorKm.T4 i T f will 1(Ki ll h to-dTcsti-monals August. It is believed that the census report will give our town a gain of five hundred Mr. JS. Moremen was Corydon Sunday. T. K. Ditto, of Cumberland Gap, vlslt-od.hfamily last, week, Misscfl Bertha Lewis and Zulu Mal'iu' visited MlsH Moremen last week. Messrs! A. AV. Moremen and It. II Ncvitt weie in Louisville last week. The hog cholera is prevailing In and about this town and many hogs are dying. Miss Bertha LewiB left Tuesday for a visit of several weckB to relatives in Ixmisville. J. S. Ditto, after spending soventl days at home, has gone out on another trip for his house. Mr. Wm. Ditto had a very fine steer killed bv lightning during tlio storm last Thursday evening. Dr. II. M. Pusey, of Louisville, was down to see Mr. Isaac Owings last week. Mr. Owings' condition is somewhat improved. A party of youilg ladies and gentlemen chaparoned by Mrs. Z. T. Herndon and Mrs. O. C. Bichardson spent a delightful day pienicing near the salt well last Wednesday. Mr. J. L. Malin, of Louisville, has been visiting his parents hero for several days. He has been quite sick, but has. now recovered. He returned to Louisville Sunday. The daughter of Mr. Hardest)', of near here, died Saturday, having eaten Bough on Bats. The poison had been prepared for the nits, and the littlo girl finding it, ate of it, thereby causing her ls oftthoSOth. VpHto thistimcf nl horde from harvest season. Harvest hands are getting from one fifty ccjjits a day. A. J. Carman knofs what he Is about when it conns to working bees. It pays lo get him. W. N. Drury nnd Alf. Taylor have about the best wheat I havo seen in this neighborhood. The weather Is not favorable for savIf it ing grain, too showery and hot. continues, much wheat will bo damaged. Alex and Dick Ilardaway havo bought several lots of fat hogs this week, paying 31 nnd 3.J50 weighed at Bowley villc, they uencrally pay top prices for stock. Tho wifo of Bev. Geo. Morris who had such a critical time in confinement, is thought to bo safe unless fever sets up. Drs. Footo and Park attended her. Tho life of the child was saved. The high prico of frying chickens has caused great activity among the thieves. Bobbing hen roosts is getting "mighty common and the varmints are of the two legged kind. Many a gun is now loaded to try to stop it. Harvey Bashatn has been offered and refused $250 a month and his family boarded, if ho and his wifa would take tho management of a hotel where gentlemen wished to board their families in Situated as ho is, that is no summer. s 'f He inducement for him to leave here. just suits us. V. "W. Williams can sell and I reckon will sell his farm at $40 per acre. This farm is known as tho Basin Spring Stock Farm, and formerly lclongcd to Capt. death. When Geo. Chick John B. Alexander. During the storm of last Thursday the sold this place to Mr. Williams several house of Mr. James Bryant was struck years ago at $27 per acre, it was thought The house was only by lightning. BURAS. Now the building of to bo a big price. slightly damaged, but both Mr. and Mrs. St. Louis A Texas has had tho Louiville, 7110 Short Horn Republican jumped Bryant were considerably injured. They much to do with this advance. Who will on Mr. 'Monarch and myself last week improving now. are both to a now say railroads arc worth nothing Bose, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. country. There aro other farms in this with. nil four of its hoofs; and ono would Yeakel, died last Thursday and was neighborhood worth as much per acre as think from tho empyreniKthat ho was dressed in his habiliments of demolition, buried in the Catholic burying ground, this. and had becomo tho autocrat of all The many place on Friday. at this Now receiving and opening a large time. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Yeakel sympapurchase of Men's soft and hard Fur Hats In this my condescension to answer thize deeply with them over the loss of of the latest styles and all in perfect tho "Short Horn," I shall enter upon no their babe. order, that I am selling at just one half encomium of Brcckenridgo Democracy. The regular summer excursions that price at which they aro sold by close She needs none. Look at her. Here she always visit our town during the warm cash dealers. Believe this and bo prostands the poor mans friend ; the reguseason were begun last Thursday. The fited, disbelieve it and nfter they are all lator of financial distress; the wido steamer Sunshine brought down quite a sold out you will have time to repont, but awake opponent of wrong. There is Mc- party which spent several hours here. it will bo a long time till you find nn- Daniels and Custer nnd Cloverport The excursion was given under the au- other such an offer. How can you do monuments to her memory, and will be and Walnut that? spices of the Twenty-secon- d Conic and see and you will bo through successive generations yet to street Baptist church of Ixmisville. The convinced. Also just received a largo come. Kline steamer brought another load of assortment of young Men's straw hats Tho "Short Horn" is, also, wonderfully , oxcurssonists on Sunday, but did not of the latest "fad." The Cash is well agitated about Monarch's desire to speak is to bo hoped that our stocked stop here. It mi in new and seasonable goods Now Mr. ''Short Horn" it is Democracy town will not he alllicted, during this all around, nnd now while merchants to tell the people what you are and deseason, with such crowds as usually com generally are letting their Btocks run fine tho principles by which you aro pose these Sunday excursions. down for the dull season, to be certain to actuated. It is Republicanism to slip get the thing you want at tho lowest pos- around iii tho bushes, mark plT certain Bucklen's Arnica Salve. sible price. Come to the Cash Store. No places on a proposed campaign program, start somo outrageous talo or try The best salvo in the world for cuts, dull season for the Cash this time. to make tho people believe that they aro bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever "Worth Knowing-HuciiiK- s' Democrats, Bepuhlicans or Wheelers. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, To.nic The old time, reliablo They aro so flexible that they can reprecorns, and skin eruptions, and positively Imputa- sent all three In a comparatively short cures Biles, or no pay required. It is remedy for Fever and Ague. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or tion earned by Thirty years success. You time. Price 25 cents per can depend upon it, Thy It! Ditua- money refunded. The "Short Horn"' says that it is the purpose of Republicans to vote for tho box For sale by (!. AV. Short, Clover-por- t, OISTS IIAVK IT. man, let him bo cither a Democrat, ReKv., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, CUSTER. publican or Wheeler. Ky. Now, this Bounds very euphonical, nnd Picnic at Guster the 21st. looks very well in print; but is only a GLENDEANE. Hot, Hotter; Hottentot, Ilottcntoter. deception born and fostered for the augFight in Custer every day. After you, mentation of Republican votes. I wonThe weather still continues very warm. Rowan. der how many Democrats tho "Short Miss Itolwrtson is enjoying a genuine Horn'- -' w'iU voto for. Just about as many Farmers busy plowing corn and plantarticle of taffy this week. as aro nominees of the g. o. p. ing tobacco' Our farmers are very busy now plowThere is only ono way by which tho Miss Iva Board is attending tho Noring com and cutting wheat. "Short Horn" may hoj)c to bo successful mal at Hardinsburg. coming campaign ; and that is Jjy Mis.scs Fannie and Nannie Green, of Miss Argic Mercer, our milliner, is do- in the the employment of all of tho - devilish Louisville came down Friday. ing a thriving business. chicanery to which birth has been given Mr. Vie Boberts, who has been quite Messrs. W. D. Cannan and Warren by its party leaders. is now nliout convalescent. sick, Alexander went to Louisville Monday. That they will employ such is already Miss Annie says, How-ar- d it is to give The candidates held a mass meeting at apparent from the manner in which they give up Moorman (more man). Custer last Thursday. Fine looking set. evade the issue. Democarats, bowaro of Miss McGavock, of near Cloveirort, Mr. F. Loeb has sold out and will a surprise I You know how they fight. will visit Miss I.utie Moorman this week. move to Vine Grove in tho fall. After You are apt to find them lying in amMrs. II. P. Moorman lta bush, dressed in tho paraphernalia of lie moves the ton will travel eastward. from a visit to her nwtbi--r atOwerudxiro. 3ir. George Crume, of Howe's Valloy, either a Democrat, Republican or WheeMr. Kli Dean and LBbtr, ML vcaj in our midst Saturday. He has ap- lerjust as the situation demands. We challenge them to dress in thoir Annie, rcturs&l Irttm Loab-rilk- fall ydiool. Go in, boys; plied for our Tuesday. thl i aVwt a dozt-- n applicants for the own uniform and fight under their own banner; and if they fail to do this wo 4 Vim Car ritmA, Mr. Charlie Mt.'rei will take up the Bible of "Tariff Reform," iXut rvwdwM of the bride's rie Owen actvxHj-oiko- l tle mh& (art? cross over into their ranks and preach to LancaaU-r-, JfAm IWutuM, on Thursday, Ixther, Mr. the unsearchable riches of Democracy Miss SalHc Dean h$Af naxnu&tAt Jwa ttti, Mr. Albert Kirttey to Mb until every opponent is convicted, dollar to one dollar ami 'Tis a Buyer's BoomThe Busiest, Best and We are making Blessedest Boom you ever saw. Special concessions for trade during the Summer Months. No Slaughter of odds and ends you understand, figures. but an all around letting to hard-p- an THE BEST IN THE HOUSE IS YOURS, AT LOW SUMMER PRICES. We mean Business and we Boom Business, this means v A ' I ffl K :' r "s-- good stock, a full stock of fresh and seasonable goods. V '4,: ft i. w k WALL STREET, VEST S And to have n reduction wo crashes. must take tho tax off whisky and tobacco or oil' lumber and other necessaries. Fanners which will you have? You pay no tux on whisky unless you want to, but, you pay a tax on lumber every timo e or a pa nn el of, you build a fence. You pay no tax on tobacco unless you chooso to do so, but, every timo you buy a pair of shoes, a hat or a coat you pay an enormous tax that you can not escape. That Is the issue between the two parties, and it is to bo hoped that farmers will see whero their interests lie and voto with tho Democracy for taxed whisky and "free lumber, and against the Republicans who would give them free drinks and taxed houses. D. E. Mociiacy. hen-hous- CLOVERPORT, KY. Articles of Incorporation. that II. A. Oclio, CbAF. B. Bklllman, A. L. Oeli, C. W. Moorman, 0. T. Sktllman, W. O. Smart, Jas. T. Sklllman, C. M. Bullitt and A. B. Sklllman, bar this day associated themselves together, at a body politic- and corporate under tbo corporate name of "The Cloverport Pipe Line Company," and said corporato company shall have perpotuut succession ; shall have power to sue and bo sued by Its coiporato name, to have a common seal and alter the sarao at pleasure, (o make contracts, acquire at.d Iranafur property real and personal, and shall pnssesattiasuinepuwcra In such respects as private Individuals or natural persona and no more, 2d The principal place ol transacting the business of said company shall be Cloverport, Breckenridge County, Suto of Kentucky. 3. The general naturo of the business of said company shall he tho buying and selling of natural gas and oils; lurnltblng the same to private Individuals, companies and corporations, transporting the same In mains, pipes, tubes or otherwise through towas, cities, villages and private and public property; furnishing same lor heating or Illuminating purposes ana uuing up apparatus mereior ana to ac quire, hold and own suet property, rent nml personal as said company shall d em necessary to ana lor tne business ana to convey. or transfer the tainc at pleasure ; to acquire, erect, build, bold and own or hold by lease such manufactures and operate tame, as raid company may desire, In which natural gas nr oil are used or utilized or products therorrom are created or manufactured ; and to trausact and conduct tho business of buying, selling, transporting and manufactrlng with and fiom gas and oils. 4. The capttal stock shall be three thousand Ave hundred dollars, paid up and but the same may be increased at any time by vote of the majority of the capital stock to any sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) and shall be paid In on the call of the directors. 5. The Incorporators shall be the hoard of dlreetors for the first year and until their successors are elected and qualified. 6. The corporation shall commence upon the filing of these articles for record and shall endure for a period of twenty, five years thereafter. 7. Tho affairs of said corporation shall be managed for the first year by the incorporators, and thereafter by a board of directors of not less than five nor more than seven stockholders lo be elected direotors by the holders of the capital stock, who shall be elected annually at and on the anniversary of tne organization of the company under these articles. The direo tors shall elect of their cumber a president, vice prcnueni ana treasurer and snail appoint a secretary, and such other cfilcors hs they may deem proper or may be provided for tu the The terms of all officers shall be one year Or until their successors are elected Any officer may or appointed and qualified. be removed at anytime for misconduct by the board of directors, and their successor appointed by such board. 8. The highest amouut of indebtedness or liability to which said corporation shall subject Itself at anytime shall not excoed ot Its fully paid up capital stock. 9. The private property of the stockholders hall be exempt from corporate debts. , 10. 8uld corporation shall bava power to raako and establish all rules and regulations deemed expedlont in tho management of their affairs, not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of this state or nf the United States. 11. The shares and Interests of the stockholders shall be transferable, but only on the boyks of the company and in such inannor as shall be prescribed by the Witness tho signature: of the parties this the 12th day or May. A. D. 1890. II. A. Oelse, Chas. B. Sklllman, ' A. B. Sklllman, Be It known s. two-thirs, s. K S ex ;. A Pastoral Change. Catholic Record, of Louisville, The says: "Tho Rev. G. A. Van Troosten-bergh- o having resigned the rectorship of St. Rapheal's church Daviess county, tlio Right Rev. Bishop has appointed the Rev. Dominie Higgins, of St. Rose's, Cloverport, to St. RaphealV Father Ynn Troostcnberghe has the best wishes of his congregation and of all others who know him, in his removal. Father Higgins has been very successful in his pastorate at Cloverport, and is a refined Christian gentleman whom it is a pleasure to know. V; I PUBLIC SPEAKING. Tho County candidates for the several ofiices will address the pcoplo of Tlreck-enridg- e county nttho followingtimesnnd nlaces : ily 8.1 Mattingly, Tuesday, " 0, Rock Vale, Wednesday, " 11. McDanicls, Friday, II ytf West View, Saturday, Hudsonvillo, Wednesday, " 10. " 17. Custer. Thursday, " 18. Big Spring, Friday, ii 22 Garfield, Tuesday, " 2X Bowleyville, Wednesday, 04" Webster, Thursday " 2.'! Clifton Mills, Friday, " 2(1. Union Star, Saturday, " no. Mooleyville, Wednesday, " 31. Stcnhensport. Thursday, August 1. Cloverport, Hardinsburg, Saturday, August 2. Speaking to commenco promptly at 1 o'clock p. m. v r P ft I.eiiivlllu itlurkct lienor!. Corrected wcokljr by the II. W. Herndon Commission Merchants, 144 3d street. 8 , Butter, choeo 5 Butter, medium .'. 10 Eggs 2 25 Chickens Spring 3 00 Chickens, hens .' 41 Feathers prime ,.... 25 Feathers mixed 4 Green Hid 0 Dry Hides Tallow .'. ;.1 50 Glnteng 20 Yellow Root 2 May Apple Boot 42 K.Corn Wheat Tlmotby Hay H...10 00 $ 7 00 Hay mixed I 00 Potatoes, new per bushel 2 75 Potatoes, new per bbl.., 3 00 Onions '.'.J- - 1 50 Beans, bushel 4 Veal calves 33 (u) Wool, tub 24 Wool, clear...., S'A Dried Apples 3 Dried Feaobes '. Co., 12 8 11 3 SO ki Xrad,l - fcl K4i IJMsrti;Krr.J.K. Kin ts, 3 25 42 35 8 4 officiat-- w. d, e We nth thrn ranch joy, Mr. F. Loeb my the Wheelers arc about dead, Glad yoti told ns, Felix; we didn't knov it. With over fiO.000 members in the fctate, CO county unions' W) members at over 1,MX) Custi-r- , Mr. Loeb will find himself confronted with a lively cortse, you lsit. The F. and L. U. is on a regular old "he" boom, and when we think alwut it we feel like Kdltor Winn we feel like-li- kenub-unio- lwlieves and is received into the i great Democratic church if financial sal- 'Wo feel just as happy as a big sunflower That nods ami liends in the breezes, And our heart's as light as the wind that blows The leaves from off tho treeses." LlSKSAV. To Diipel Colds, Headaches and Fevers, to eleanso tho system effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when tho blood is impure or sluggish, or permanently euro habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or woakningthom, uso Syrup pf Figs. Globo-'Democra- 1 ..Jtfl iu w)' n1ll "" -- "sr . ty r- V X 1 ;,fi ' 'in. ?&;; -I-'- Crops In Ohio County. Tho Hartford Herald says: Tho oat crop In Ohio county Is nearer a completo failure this year than for many years past. ,A small green bug has sapped tho very lifo out of tho oat stalk. While tho oats are nearly or entirely ruined, tho whcatUioB suffered also and a half crop of thafoeoriul Is not hoped for now. Somej&nrU)e8t farmers think after the green bug will attack vation. Now, 3ir. "Short Horn," let us talk about that insidious, dctestablo process of unjust taxation you Republicans havo levied upon tho ieoplo of Brcckenridgo There is no Tako the article of lumber. doubt but that you have conceded jt to Iks a prime necessity. 'It enters into tho construction of our houses, our farming implements, our railways, our fences, our utensils of domestic economy, etc. A fool ought to know that tho cheaper lumber is the better for the masses ; but our mognificent government engineered by Republicans in.ordcr to protect certain Industries, has placed a heavy tariff tax on imported lumber, and every house that dots our boundless prairies, has paid its quota into the rollers of theso taxed industries. Thcro is a tax of $2 per thousand on lumlier, or of its value, or $10 upon every cottage that costs $500. Then wo must compute tbo tax on glass, nails, screws, locks, hinges, furniture and everything that the housokeeper needs, and wo can imaglno soma of tho taxation that burdens our jwoplo in city, town and country, in order to pile up a surplus in tho treasury and "protect" certain millionaires who havo mills in Michigan, nnd more than ono of whom havo bought seats in the Senate to make laws for peo-pl- o who live in cottages. Jt is conceded by all that we must havo It Is conceded a reduction of taxation that wo must havo a cessation of this piling up in tho treasury of $10,000,000 surplus a month, or wo will have a financial crash that will dlseount all other ono-eigh- th 2 60 22 2J4 44 00 U 00 0 00 1 20 3 Oo 3 25 1 75 5 00 35 28 VA 0. T. Sklllmtn, i A. L. Uolze, C. W. Moorman, W. O. Smart, J. T. Sklllman, 0. M. Bullitt. Zi size, fine saddler and buggy nag, perfectly gontle any lady or child can" ride or drivo him, Wilt work any where and Is in fino condition. Will trade for cattle that are ready for marsell or ket, I will leave Kentucky In throe weoks Is the. only reason I have for selling him. For further information cull on or address T.S. BUBCH, At T. C. Lewis' Saloon, Hardinsburg, Ky. - I have a horse 7 years old, good Eor Sale. WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS SCPTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION ! During my absence my son, II, 0. Murray, is authorized to oolle t monoys due. AH persons indebted will please settle with him at once. D. II. Murray, Cloverport, Ky, Attorney at law. Notice Witting Siuaiei COLDS Agents Wanted Wanted two livo men to soli Nursery Stock, Apply immediately to W. 8. ASHBY, CLovKurcsr, Ky. A Wondarful Flesh Producer. Many have gained one pound per day by its uso. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains the stimulating properties of the Hypophoa- bites and pure Norwogian Cod liver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over the world. PALATAMLK AS MILK. JWrf fry mil Druggists. BOmXT V HO WMI, Ohemleta, N.Y. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For Sale fine eaddler One good V.r. . cheap for cash, cheap. Aine-ec- Two mares, ono 16& bands high, one with mula colt by her sides John Burks, Addison, Kt. r' , yoke of cattle welt broke, W, B. Taul, scar RallUwn sll dhu JMJ IU hi neaitnv negirtor Mle, ap Q. ,1. VUI, DltpHHtffMH'I, Ky. ' M bead of A. Ditto, sleep for 'ale. all wetter. Jr., lag Brasb, i: ."Of" - hv1 Ky. ! , . j. 2 , tfU, ' ".rr i s Zi Jvt. m i- I - A ! ,f,Jr Ls . .Vi :: h w. J&s frr w Lfc-- ii K ft' i J l"fK w ' ft HI? " Km) 111 mt i fr ; - , -- , WMI 'dfc-.'V- ' k' P Sliort has the best machine oil in town Tho Fourth of July comes on Friday of next week Go to Short's for pure drugs. Bound to sell furniture at some price. '' The pay train will be dotfn J. L. Miller. rrw .ikKc i v ' f i Go to Short's for your fine cigars anil Uncle Joo, Webb, an old colored citizen tobacco. died Sunday of old age. Fresh water niylons, Lemojis, Bananas The contest for tho Mayor's chair is set at Martins this week. for next Monday night. ., ' When you want paints Short will sell I have a fine lino offurnitiiro cheap them to you cheap. for cash; J. L. Miller-BoCloverport will make a splendid showSaturday, Juno 21st, to the wifo ing in tho census report. , of John Lockard, a daughter. Quite a number of persons spent SunThe latest improved Mowing Machines day out at tho Tar Springs. i$ Hay Bakes, for salo by R. E. Moorman. Mr. U. Polder has mado somo striking, Ico cream at Seifriod's every Wednesimprovements to his residence. Both tho method and results when day Friday and Satunlay. Call and seo Syrup of Figais taken; it is pleasant All kinds of repairs for tho Champion him. and refreshing to tho tnsto, and acta and Whitely machines for side fty It. E. Tliu Farmers nnd Laborers Union of gentlyyetpromptly on tho Kidneys, Moorman. this county will meet at llardinsburg, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the'eys-teMrs. Lay, wifo of Mr. Jas. Lay, diedat July 1th and 5th. efTectually, dispels colds, headher homo In this city lastifSaturday aches and fovors and cures habitual I have a fine line of Parlor furniture, rjf morning. constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho Bed Boom Suits, Wardrobes, and will sell iMr. M. B. Whitford tho architect is only remedy of its kind ever prolow down, J. L. Miller. 'getting up plans for a new residence for duced, pleasing to tho tnste and ac"The Ladies of the Baptist church will Judge J. A. Murray. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in Ico Cream Supper at Mr. give a its action and truly beneficial m its For nice, fresh and pure groceries and Alfred Oelze's next Fiiday night. effects, prepared only from tho most provisions you should go to D'Huy's. Ab healthy and agrocaulo Bubtances, to prices, he will not bo undersold. Now is tho time to order your repairs its many excellent qualities comI have to much stock on hands? It for your machines'. Call on IV. E. Moormend it to all and hava mado it must bo sold. Call and examine and be man and ho will supply you with any the most popular remedy known. startled when you hear my prices, J. L. thing in that line. . 'Syrup or Figs is for in 60c Miller. Tho principal point on tho railroad beand 1 bottles by all leading drugtween Irvington nnd Fordsville is A colored excursion partyfrom Jxjuis-yillgists. Any rcfiallo drugistVho numbering 1,500 , will bejiere some It has a store and a boarding may not have it on hand will pro-eur- o MesscngeJ. it promptly for any cno who timo next month. They will ' lToldja ptc: wishes to try Do not accept If you want to enjoy a real novel enhie in the Lalleist woods.. any substitute. Finest lino of Bed Aounges, ever tertainment attend the one to bo given CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. brought to.this .city, a't all prices. J"jno by .the chterprlsing ladies of tho Raptist SAN FRANOISC ), CAL. assortment of chairs, all prices and kinds chuch at Mr. A. L. Ocb.o's Friday night. LOVISVIUE, KY. NEW YORK, N.f. Have your watches, clocks and jewelry .LL. Miller. , repaired at D'Hiiy's. Wo have an exMrs. Bettio Holderman and Mrs. Ella Win. K. Karnes, John Allen Murray, perience of twenty-tw- o years in tho llardinsburg, Pale, of Breckcnridge, are visiting Mr. trade. All work done in first class style, Clovcrpurt. Charlie llalderman. "Ensor", C'orrcs-lioudeand guaranteed. MURRAY & BARNES, Owcnsboro Messenger. Gco;W. Slibrt,tho popular druggist, Miss Jessie, KvBolJuof Leavenworth, has placed in his stonfan. electric nigh llardinsburg nnd Cloverport, Ind.J'aiul Mr.Allen ifodds, first clerk of bell for tho uso of his customers who Kentucky. tho steamer Jas. Gutherie, were married have to call on him nt iiight. All they at the home of the bride last Sunday. haVcvtb do is to press n little button nnd Nearly every house which wasdestroy-e- d George will come a tumbling. by the cyclone at Wefat Louisville has Capt. Ed Ostrandcr, a well known river HARDINSBURG, KY. been rpbuiltor.under process of erection. pilot and ono of the Iwst hearted men Owens-bor- o pSrOS&Qe with Murray Jtlliirnoi Court Square Six house's have been, erected. that ever turned a ' wheel, died nt the ' Inquirer. homo of his sister, Mrs. Masena Fontaine, i on Tuesday of last Brandenburg Capt.-A- . finished cutfing'-hi- s crop of 150 acres of wheat yesterday. week. Judge W. T. Owen, who has been conSays his yield will bo about half of an CLOVKKPOIIT, KY. fined to his bed sinco suffering a surgiaverage crop. From the best informaJdQTOfiicc with B. It. Murray near Tost tion we can get this u ill bo a fair estical operation a few weeks ago, is imofficii. proving rapidly nnd will soon bo out. mate' for the entire, crop of tho county. pleased man in tills This will bo very gratifying to his many About the best town is our old friend Mr. A. M. Kascy f i lends, Ow ensboro Messenger. Wo can't tell you with any degreo of who. has just had his liouso furnished with natural gas. He says It is tho certainty who it was wroto tho poem en Office over lllchnnlson'a JTurdware store. grandest acquisition ever made to n titled "Beautiful snow,"becnuso it is a CLOVERPORT. KY. household and ho wouldn't bo without disputed point; but wo can tell you to a positive certainty that Gantcr's chicken it for any amount of money. W. 8. TAYIOIt. J. II. T.VYI.0II, J. C. HUSH, cholera euro will restore your sick chickThe General Association of Kentucky & Co,, ens to perfect health. If it fails to do it Babtist Convened at Owcnsboro last your money will bo refunded by G. W. Saturday. Rev J. S. Coleman was elect5 Short. ed Moderator, and A. C. Davidison and Over Zulmifa Jtwelry Storo Prof. C. W. Fowler, of Cloverport, was 0WENSB0R0, KY. J. C.Bell, afcsistants; B. W. I). Seeley hero last week with tho view of estabFredorlca Street, secretary, and Wj J. E. CoXj a&sibjtant lishing an acadamy hero. Ho rccicved a Tho managment of tho Tar Springs lias good deal of encouragement and will desecured the services of Mrs. It. II. Moor- termine definately in two weeks whethman, of this city, as matron, a most ex- er ho will come here. Prof. Fowler is at cellent and popular lady and wo con- present tho Principal of tho Graded WEDNESDAY, JUNK 2.'), 1890. gratulate tho managment on their good School, at Cloverport, and ranks high as fortune in securing her sciviccs. an educator. Elizabcthtown News. PERSONAL. Messrs J. D. Babbago, O. T. Skilhnan Capt. J. C. Martin returned Wednes' Geo. Jonlan went to Chicago last and V. G, Babbago left yesterday for day from a visit to his old homes Ilaws-vill- e Louisville, where they will" join tho Press and Cloverport, towns in which ho e friends by tho scoro. Mri. G us Brown went to liramleiiburt; Convention which riicgts at Winchester, has genuino " Ky., to'day.'MissAJdiSG. Ditto will Tho Captian, always an admirer and iclatives. Sunday visiting accompanylthentlfrpm that cit. flatterer, too, of tho ladles, during his Mr. 0. W. Moorman left Thursday for Dr. J.jSB. Adkisson. has associated with residence in those places, pointed with Chicago Jll. and St. l'aul, Minn. practice of, pentistry, Dr. T. pride and praise to tho beauty of tho Itov. G. W. Dennis of Louisville spent him in. thewiicMa well known to every- young ladies in those days ; but ho says Bri'ayne, Friday in the city the guebt of friends. body in tlii,s community. Dr. Payno is a theyaro now outdone by the queenly , Mr. Ira DoIIavcn after a brief sojourn flno dentist and there is no.reason why beauty of tho daughters of thoso onco in Louisvillo returned to the city Sunday. tho n6w firm shouldn't linvoNi good pretty girls. Tho Captian is nutlioiity ' Miss Clara Sebastian, of New Orleans, ttiiuillnosf ' 'f on feminine loveliness and is never disLa., is visiting her aunt Mrs. A. It. The' Pino Lino lias laid. mains down puted. Uniontown Local Fisher Tho Owcnsboro, Falls of Bough and Chestnut, Wall fctree.t from Poplar-1'Jabinc,,and Mrs. A. It. Out Chestnut to Second' 'and mp Second Green River railroad will put on two Mrs.Jonnio for tho accomodation '"Fisher, will visit relatives at llraiulen-- t to Elm JJWith..anothcr. .week of eood moro trains complete their work of of their patrons. Tho managers say their weather they Vtll burg next week. "' ' . f1 business in both freight and passengers Messrs Jas Skilhnan and Leonard piping thecity. j'as. T.'Millcr,.W. II.'Bowmer, L. G. has increased so much that extra trains from Danville Satunlay Oelzo returned Gregory, It. R. Pierce" and J. A. Murray are a nccccslty. The road Is paying and Sunday respectfully. contracted witft'W. II. Hervey for much better than they extweted and Mr. T. M. Watkins and Miss Jonnio have gas fittings for. their residences. and they want to mako cverytbing pleasMlirphy spent Sunday with Capt. and natural . Judge Murray's residonco is completed ant and convenient for.tljc travelingpub-lieMrs. A. .T. Gross, Holt. Tho passenger train will leave and works liko a charm. Dr. W. r. Taylor reached the city Mr. J. K. McCrackon, general passen- Owcnsuoro dally at 0:30 a. m., another at Monday from Owcnsboro. Ho will re- ger agent of tho L., St. L. nnd T ., passed 4:30 p. in., nnd tho accomodation at 12 m, main several days. up on tho train last Thursday, and whon Tho passenger will arrivo at Owcnsboro Mr.andMrs.Chas.il. Skilhnan went asked in regard to tho through train to nt 8:20 a. m., another at 2:25 p. m.,' nnd to Morganfield Friday on a short visit to St. Ixuis, said that it would not bo put tho accomodation at 5::io p. in. The citizens of Irvington were in a Mr. and Mrs. T. IV Young. ' on as soon as announced by the Courier-Journa- l. rage of excitement Monday over tho atHo said all tho arrangements Violet Miller and Luella l'ullen, Misses to assault tho of Stephenspoit, were visiting their un- had been inad( but the L. and N. r.eo- - tempt of a negro bruto ' pIo. Mr. Chris. Perrico, last week. not quito ready, owing to tho- - little 12 year old daughter of Green plo were Tho Bland, who lives near tho town. F.vans-vill- o Misses Paulino Dupont May Dulaney' condition of their track between littlo girl started to go to her aunt's who al nnd St. Louis. nnd Ellon mark, of Louisvillo, spentsovc-rA raft of logs belonging to Richard lived about a mile away. While sho was days with Miss Mary Holt this week. Mattingly woro cut loose from tho lower passing by a thicket a big bruto of a negro Her-vcMrs. Hervo&wifoofMr. W. II. wharf hero ono night last week and run who was evidently lying in wait for her, tho Katutal Gas Fitter, arrived Sunthroat and dragged her to Cannelton and sold? Mr. Mattingly caught her by-thday. They have taken rooms at tho some distnnco into tho bushes. Sho sucwas tick at tho timo nnd know nothing Cloverport'Hotol. logs disap- ceeded in getting nway from him, nnd Lindsay, of Illinois, and a of it for a day or two after the Mr. J. It. Her scars and the soilOno John Hopkins who was at ran back home. peared. graduate of West Point, was hero last section hand on tho rail- ed condition of her clothes told their own r, work here as a week visiting his aunts, Mrs. J. C. As soon as it beenmo known in road is accused of tho theft. Parties in story. Mrs. Nelson Jolly. ami tho town every man turned out to help Cannelton say that Hopkins, brought tho Doctors Marsh all, Goldstein and J. II. claimed capture tho brute, Tho wildest exciteStohcnsport, anil J. A. Hayncs logs thcro and sold ,tjieni, and Lay, of Tho negro was run that ho had bought them from Mattingly ment prevailed. and It. C. Richardson of Union Stnr.camo Hopkins was seen hero last Friday, but down some timo during tho night nnd is down Monday to spend a wcokat tho county jail for safo thcro was no suspicion at tho timo that now In tho Mcado Tar Springs. keeping. Fiiday night he left was tho thief. Rev. David StanclilTand wifo returned ho Oscar Wildo contributes tho complete Tho Monday. Ho will rest and has not been heard of since. from Loxington novel to the July number of Liitkncott's logs were. Yiducd at $50 .up hero for a few weeks and then go to coiddn't makb i let- Maoazinr. It is entitled "Tho Picture Tho now council Corydon, Intl., where ho will takochargo nnd it Is n story that ter start than to turn Second street over to of Dorian Gray," of a church. .everybody will want to read, not only tho railroad people and let them fixjt. Mr.andMreII. A. Oolo of Clovor-i,or- t, Wo have every assumnco from Mr Hud- is 0scar Wildo ono of the most W. I. of tTuTday, but Ke is a renro visiting tho family of Mr. son that he will put it in as good condimarkably flovpr ani orlgnul writer, as Moore, on Pino street. Mr Oeko's bon, tion as it is pOsslblo under tho clrcum lilnutflf to bo in his essays, Robert', will deliver tho valedictory stancctfund wo believe ho will do it ho has shown Wcdnowlay morning. Danvillo same thing poeinB, nnd short stories, and above all MajrMcCrackcnjhas said tho J Advocate timQVand.tagaln. They certainly can't fii this", his first, novel. Tho story is Btricking orignal in concdption,js strong , make it any worse: Fourth of July Excursion n bad condition and ih interest, and fl(tcd with a dramatic The street is in Tho Steamer James Guthrie on her up, is a man of tick-amounts (o nonfiling nan public thorough-far- o and tragic, dlma. ."JYllde July 1th, will sell Rouml-Tri- p trip, peoplo who Biich an orignal and" audacious lurn of as. it now .stands. The eta to Louisvillo and New Albany at One commonplace is scarcely Poat will ar-- llycvOh that street want ah outlet or at mind that tho tho Round Trip. Faro for permit a deli- possildq to Jiiuij.amVso holuw produced a m., Iciwt a.paes way 'bat will rivo 'at Louisville at T;e0 o'clock to their premises and a novel entirely out of tire ordinary ruts, and leavoLouUvilla at 4:00 very wfgotr'cl witli most any thing. ItwouHbo-iinposJblotJuly 5th, giyo In a few art) wUMw to'put up pWwM.r 1 o'clock p. in. This o ii'fw niuch cntcrestcd as any words jut adequate conception or critiThr Ttwrn cnnlon Trip on the river with viher ytmg mA'vo say let tho railroad cism of this, dramatic tory vaiyl Veetdcs, "" dancing, rnul if V y Tiy tliom onco and every oite will wnnE Vj rfal &1 judge it go aMl Come, make un r mll rost. ferMmaelf, . 7?i M LOCAL '"" "" BREVITIES. J.I LULL I mT i i T i to-da- . m flu can't (llforil lo buy new bilit of clulliuct? Show him to us let him call nt our .store nnd wo will .soon convince him that ho is mihtiikcn. Our prices are within rench of nil; while our clothing is the host in the oily it i.s nil our own manufacture. Wo don't advertise constant reductions in price like some houses do, because we have more regard for the truth and no" disposition to humbug the people. The weather is very warm now and will soon he hot, and those who arc waiting for hot weather had better fcce us now and buy our clothing and be prepared for it. We place on our counters a new line of Coats and Coats and Vests in new designs, and beautiful Thin light and medium shades at prices to suit everybody. Full lino of Outing Shirts in beautiful colors and new designs. Ucfiigeri. ' ating Underwear, and full line of Gents' Furnishings. hot-weath- er WHO SAYS i i i m Fj J i i.l I I I I iJ J J i I mJULLU JJJLil- - 9 Lend Us Your Ear And we will pay you n bigger iiitfrcaj; on tho loan than you We're better on the trrdc than could get on liard cash. we nro on the talk, but wo can lull what wo know ho tbat you can uudonjtuud us. WE DON'T STRETCH THINGS When we say AM to-d- ay that our newly assorted stock is tho best, the biggftftt, and the cheapest lino of goods we over ofl'orcd. That's as good as saying that anybody offered, for nobody has .ever touched us in bargains. NOW LISTEN TO THIS. Wo offer you the following goods at prices that do their own talking, though they only say one word, "cheap." gas-lig- aj "ra .- - - d. Vft J r. 3 'l?J JULIUS TTTl i I I I I I l WINTER & GO. I I I m "Old Iloliablo" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. l l l e, Glen-Denn- o. hpubC.-Chyensb- qrq l I I I I I I I I it H I I H I I I l i j I I I i l l l itl 17 White Goods Shallies, Lawns w m 'V : zfti I? rTTT l.AAA-aa.AaVAA- V V V T F. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY. Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND I There can be no deception about these goods. If you are deaf you surely are not blind, and it will only fcke ono look at the Branch Houso, HARDINSBURG, KY. goods to convince you that there's a bargain right Grocery Department. here for you. nt Attorneys ! JEWELRY, STAPLE AND FANCY xitHstW GROCERIES, Musical Merchandise and Sewing Machines. Dr. J. T. BAKER, .Physician and Surgeon, Provisions, Confections, Fruits REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. HAWESVILLE. milieu, Attorney at Law, n. jr. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, DENTISTS J. H.Taylor -- nays : ''Thcro ia Tho Courier-Journa- l competition for the promise of n red-hhusincfw between the cities of tho falls of tho Ohio nnd St. Louis. The O. nnd 51., an immensely popular route, is shortening up its time, which tho splendid condition of its tracks enables it to do, and is putting on the finest equipment that is run out of Louisville. The Pennsylvania Company puts a shorter time table into efl'ect and always ban a The Louisville St. flno equipment Louis and Texas will put on vestibule trains nnd ninko fast time over tho route by Henderson and Kvaimville, and the Dig Tour will feoon bo running solid trains to St. Louis and tho AVcht out of commence Louisville. The Air Line-wil- l using its new road July 1, and tho managment promises n service second to none. Suiter's CLOVERPORT, KY. Write for prices to Miss Mnmio Duncan Lew isport. is in is visiting in Mr. Henry C. Iloyd, of Sliellleld, Ala. the city. L. J. Early, of tho Owcnsboro Inquirer was here Monday. Miss Fannio limy, of Bowling Green, is visiting in the city. Miss Cnry Ihiwes, of Owcnsboro. is visiting relatives here. Miss Mary Norman, of Louisville, is nt homo to see her mother, who is very ill. Miss Mamie liaworth, of Brownsville, Twin., is visiting Miss Lizzie Allen nt this place. Tho first F. M. 11. A. picnic of tho sea son will be held nt Campbell's School WOOL! WOOL! We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD KOOT, YELLOW ROOT and MAY APPLE ROOT. Send us your CHICKENS and EGGS. PIPES & DeHAVEN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IEC37-. July 12. Hamilton llonnen has returned from Tcim Ilnuto, Intl., where he hns been Brrckenridge News. Inherited Blood Poison. How many peoplo thtre ore whose dlttreaa from (ore, aches, patna anil eruptlvo tendencies Bad blood arc- due to inherited blood poison. panel from parent in child, and It therefore It the dutyofhmbind and wifo to keep their blood pure. This i easily accomplished by a timely use of D. U. B. (Dotnnlo Blood Balm). Send to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, for book of most oonvlncln,? proof. James 11111. Atlanta. Qa.., writer: "My two sons were anliatcd with blood poison, which doctors said was hereditary. They both broke out In tores and eruptions whioh 11. II. B. promptly controlled and finally cured com Wed-ncsiln- y. old-tim- 6 pletely." . Mrs 8.M. Williams, Sandy. Texas writes .My three' poor afflicted chlldron wholnheritod blood tmprovoi rapidly after a uto of Solson, have B. It Is a Oodsond." J. 11. Wilson, Cllen AlpineStatton. N.C.Vob. Ill, 1885, writes : "Bono and blood poison forced me to hove my leg amputated, and on the stump there camo a large ulcer, which grew worse every day until doctors gave me up to die. I only weighed 120 pounds when I began to take B. B. II., nnd Vi b ittlea increaaod my weight to 180 pounds and made me sound and woll. I novor know what goodhenlth was before." to-d- The Deadly Pistol. John F. Mitchell living in Hancock near tho northeastern corner of this county, committed suicido on tho oven-ingtlio 10th by shooting hinibelf with u pistol. Tho ball passed through his neck, severing tho main artery, causing death in about twenty ilvo minutes. No causo is given for tlio rash act. Ho g nnd on rehad been out home, turned his liorso in tlio turning pasture, nnd entered tho houso where ho remained ono hour before ho fired tho fatal shot, nnd was found by his threo littlo half sisters, who were at their play near tho house ; tho older members of tho household with his wifo wcro nt work in n field some distance from tlio house. An investigation showed that he had taken from a trunk in tho room a pistol, which was in possession of ids father during his lifo time, and standing beforo tlio looking glass, aimed nt Ills neck and nt tho discharge fell backwards, wh2ro ho was found by tho children in a pool of blood, llo was a son of tho Into N. M. (Dock) Mitchell, and on Thursday, 5th hist., ho married Miss Annio Tharp, daughter of Jefferson Tharp, living near Barrett's Ferry. His remains wcro interred in tho llaty gmyoynrd. Iftirtford Herald. of stock-hnntin- going to school. G. I). Chambers, tho present attorney for this county will represent us in tlio coming Constitutional Convention. Mrs. W. S. Thomas has returned from Farmersville, III., where she has been visiting her brother, Nestor Davison. Mr. Gus Borgsehultz and wife, formerly of this" place, but now of California, wcro in tlio city Sunday en routo for Louisville, Professors Colemnn and Barnes, of tho MAFUFACTUltERS OF West Kentucky College, of South Carrol-towcro hero Friday and Snturdnv. Thoy went to Louisvillo Sunday. Ihero is u peculiar incident connected with tho death of Mrs. Harriet Hubbard. SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, an aged widow, who departed this lifo nt tho resldcnco of her James Lambert, five miles below this place last And everything In the Turning and Forolllng line of work will le dono at this establishment wcok. For ono week previous to her the best manner and nt tho lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Bodino Hoofing. death sho had been visiting her niece, Mrs. Shelly in this place, and although sho' was in very good health, sho told her relatives that sho had como up to dio. Sho returned homo on Monday, nnd dropped dead on tho preceding evening, having cooked dinner on same day. Sho was 71 years old. IL.o'U.Is'ville, THE TELL CITY PLANING MLLS n, DOORS, SASH & BLINDS In son-in-la- CORN DRILLS, Oil and Gas nt Leavenworth. Tho Leavenworth Democrat says: Tho gas well has reached a depth of o20 feet, with a strong flow of gas. Sinco tho depth of .'500 was passed gas has been stron&rnough to burn threo feet high, with considerable oil. WALKING CULTIVATORS, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill. Delivered to any railway station in Pay for themselves first season. Breckenridgc County free. If you want them or a good You can make money by buying from FOR MEN ONLY! lnraVnBa w. flAJa.aJli,I.J Kffiett a.w. LUof Errors or ExMia.aln Old Yam. H.ka.l. a.kl. IIOOUrllf U..l.r. II. w I. .Urr tli BlnattaWKI,U3DKTKWPIDOKU.(8ariBTSOrMDr. laaalalalr ..r.lll.i UOIK TKIITIKM-U-M- ll. I. a U.lll; rraaa tORIalaa aa4 a CMatrlra. WriU laaaw DtMrlall.. Daat, aialaaall.a rnlf a4 prwra MlkS (laaM) trt. ERIEMgD.OAI.CO., BUFfAlO. N. Y. miHiiarassi?.7fH. i.y tr t. R. J. BASSETT & BR0., LEITOIIFIELD, KY. """ y, o FRUIT-TR- EES Yea-""ge- WHEELERS. A word to tho Wheelers. .;H ' &. ' Applo, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, Full lino of small Fruits for &c. Fall 1890. Write for special prices Explanation. pay you to buy Tho item ns to tho population of the on lots. It will In our colutns last your trees at homo. city which nppeared wcok was picked up from street rumor All stock warranted truotonamo. nnd not na information given by Mjsa . 100.000 You needn't consult any- - body nor make any arrangements in regard to your supplies. I am Belling goods now lower than any living man Come to my store in can sell them and always haye. llardinsburg and it will take mo 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 artiolea tho original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along tho cash or its equivalent, for less. w produce. intores-'tiiig'figurc- B ad-dre- ss -- WitH 'U. ?. mqMl ap ar MnryAUcn, tho most excellent young lady who is enumerator for tho city. CLOVERPOaT, KY. Tlio writer of tlio paragraph was not awaro, consus takers nro forbiddon by law to givo outflgurcsoritwouldnothuvo happened. Wo regret that what wo said has been tho subject of any criticism of Miss .Allen, for sho certainly has not D. been in tho slightest degree remiM in "Wo havo taken her duty in this respect. pains to investigate, and And somebody guessed then tho next fellow btated It CLOVERPORT, KY, as a fact and tho next follow said Miss WTAgent for tho purchase and salo of Allen said so and honco our unfortuwishing nate pantf i4i. Wo find nobody, nn-lc- town tottt auitl lamls. Pereos solicited to e My herseW. knows to by or ell are H b Ue ? frflOB.-AH- y anytlilxf tXmxi what tho Ityureu will where froM Caw W. S. ASHBY. Y. .r'i I am HAMBLET0N, Real Estate Agent je. J. A. WIT'T, Hardinshurg, Ky. yH i ' ss Ml r t " foo "l'- - Iferl Ia ibe H'.I, w nil haHr. ' ... i ai K P-- . I ' 1U x hir iMlilBViliTrflMTMTl i .t - ' ,'V, r 'J w -- ' ' , , ' - -- ". ..in - ... Ereckenridge News. McDANIELS. Editoh Nr.ws: Out of nil the Jn IlreekenriilRC county which neigh-horhoo- ROSSETTA. Well John hero I am yet, have been detained on business Mil yesterday nnd nm now sick, but 1 feel much better this afternoon. I think I shall be nble to return to Louisville Monday next, e, SESMBrnft Here's our Hand take it, shake it, and walk into our New Store House. L E'.v" Bl .- ;- l35' If"' iriO' I if ft W &-''- .? . , i - S rv . i- - i Messrs Monarch, Slnton nnd DeJer-ncttvillngo of McDnnlelri ranks with any of candidates, wcro in town today them in bo far ns the hospitality of tho smiling and hand shaking. A nlco peoplo, nrnl their friendly and genial genial set of gentlemen, not ashamed of liHKwitions are concerned. in them and think they will get there; EffiffiSftMff j This in rule day here and many of the however that is to bo tried ami rcmom-her'boWp liavo a full line of tlosimble gooild fresh Kill,, .Mjt. iHfc JKmU fanners and their wives, nnd their sons, thai 'ctcnal vigilance is tho foffifffi&BSj&g Wo Imvo nnd daughters have come in arid filled up price of libert y (your showlSget In.) antl eluan, just purc'lmsed for cash. tho town until it has the npienraiico of a We are glad that lien C. Powell got " endeavored to select our stock to suit the wants -general holiday. Probably they expect- tho Ksition as enumerator. lieu is a " J of the trade generally. l!i4Mljjiii! Wo desire to call at tr ed to be entertained with the seeches true ltcpublicnn and deserves the place "of tho candidates. for loyalty to his party. Yes, wo like a ,'lli;""looni',ill,'nf Hut bo that as It may I am glad they truo man no matter what party or creed with Kroat caro, wc aro s0'-''are hero and that I can meet so many he belongs to.still we area Democrat and ,. .vjjjijj McDnniels is quite a business smile "mightly" when we lient the boys. RJRJRitgtJtCWJllliBBIHIH of them. A to oiler .some special iinliinrnu'iiK "ll place and is surrounded by a splendid No loy8 go in iii.edrn'ost, go in to win. r"n,incot' nelglilmrhood as you are well aware.-Th' Ask lio quarter niuYgh'o none, let it be people are hospitable and entertain a square hand to hand fight on the ":Dry Goods Clothing, Hats & Shoes,:- an -When policy of every IkxIv in Hint class style. Etfp3$13 UMlTOKfflwIB the two parties and you will strictly Cash and one price to till, and iiiilliilr WHHLHK ? f you first enter the place you are not im- succeed. I nm not much of a politition Call and see ih. Hint the lowest. pressed with its importance, but when but profess to understand something d you once know the people and the of human nature. AVhiuing docs not in which they live, and begin pay in business nor in politics, (live a to mix and mingle with them you feel man to understand that if he docs not iStraiftiiWLfts: Therefore it is give you your rights and Ids as easy as an old shoe. resjwets I find that a large that you will hold him in contempt, nnd good to bo here. number of them take the News and like ho will bo pretty apt to do so. The mmmU9BHB9HB39 m wm man rwi to keep posted in'what is going on in world admires grit and backbone. fc" "5M n" i" HV!ffTf their county. This is commendable and Ilv the way wo would hero remark many more should follow the example. that in our humble opinou, John Allen They like polities a little too and this is Tho can- Murray is the man for us to send to a good day for tho business. Frankfort to help make the Constitution. didates on both tickets are here in full Can't do better ! So let us just settle force and all of them are as busy as bees. down on this matter at once, and have Little South Carolina, as this place has no squabble nliout it. Discretion is said been termed jxditically, is a dandy when About the Ear. lie tho better iart of valor, and if a counting votes. She will not to it comes to fellow lwbs up strong.-porhap- s I have thought a few remarks in simsome good fall short of her usual majority for the -:fellow would do well to hesitate and ple language on the anatomy of the ear Democratic ticket in Augiixt next, but meditate a little. However wo have a would be interesting to. the many The may lead it a little if anything. liOKf nf irnrul moti in ltntL-nnintrnewsy read this but Uchildren who , boys are stripped for the fight and tell ..... . . . " & . honors wo cenniniy nugnt not to maKejn"iiiiB- - paper. Tho car is divided into threo me that they intend to bold tho in thisjvery'iniportnnt matter. parts external, middle and internal. for tho banner district in tho county and itako Whoever goes thcro to help make a The external ear is so formed as to none need undertake to get it from them Constitution, if he caters fo the capitalist catch sound, and from this outside carI came bore strictly on business today railroad, etc., he will certainly and tilage extends a little canal about one and have not discussed the subject of tho contempt of the present and inch long. At the termination of this how. jsditics much. I learned enough future generations. canal is what is called the drum of the ever to know that the people are pleased Cantorla i Dr. Sam! Pitclior'a old, harmlcaa aad qalok care for is u very This thin As tho greatest good to the greatest ear. with our ticket, and all the boys will get Infants' and Children's Complaint Superior to Castor Oil? membrane which forms a partition be number should be considered, economy a splendid vote in August. Paregorio or Nnreotlo Syrup. Children cry for Cnttorln. MU- should prevade every, article. Economy tween the external and the middle ear. l'assing through a jwrtion of the storm Hon of Mother lle Cantoria. middle ear is a little cavity ncniss stricken territory today, I was pleased is a virtue; extravagance leads to dis- The which extends a chain of bones. They Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ; The people demand "I recommend Castorla for children's with the appearance of the surroundings aster and crime. Bour Btomocli, Dlurrbcca, linictallon complaints, as superior to any prescription in number, and from their dives healthy sleep ; uIho uliM digestion ; known to tne." as contrasted with the situation several retrenchment and economy, and justice are three II. A. Arciicu, M. D., Without narcotic slupefucUou. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. demands it, nnd unless they have legis- shape are called hammer, anvil and stirweeks ago. These little bones altogether rup. Tub Cemtacu Compast, 77 Murray St., New York. The farmers in that particular locality lation in that direction, in the way of retrenchment and reform, not on paper, weigh only a few grains, and yet they look hopeful, although some time back K5SHSHAMAWtt supplied with bloodvessels anil are they seemed to have lost everything. but in the way of equalizing wages more, are connected by as perfect joints as any in demand will grow stronger. The Their fences have all been replaced, the body. There is also a tube, called their bouses and barns repaired, and idea of one man getting VsO,000 and nn- - the the eustacheau tube, leading from the they have succeeded, in addition to this, other with equally as much brain and middle ear to the mouth. We then in pitebing pretty fair crops. Some of principle getting $1S0. Xow some smart come to the internal ear, which is holIt h ai pleasant to the taite as lemon of course, but Aleck is ready to say that he is a crank. them are a little backward, yrup. lowed out of a very hard bone. In front all arc in a shape to make something. I say this, that talent and ability, is ami The tmalteat infant will take it and not larger than a ought to Imi recognized everywhere, but is a little never know it is medicine. It was only by the assistance of their Children cry for it. Never fails to grain of wheat. From this open three neighbors that they ever got along so still say the man who gets $."0,000 gets eurc. canals, and a little winding more than he earns, and that the man Chills once broken will not rotu'n. well. I was told that the farmers came yon only half tho price of other stair, cochlea, from its resemblance to a in here for miles shortly after the storm who gets $180 gets less than he earns. Chill Tonics. is an absurdity in the extreme. The snail shell. This lnbarynlh is tilled with It Vo qulnino needed. Jfo pnrgatlve and worked for numbers of days assisting a tUiid in which floats a bag containing needed. these people to prepare to make their man who raises the calves, tho chickContains no poison. Cheaper than bristles, sand and two little stones called quinine. crops. Some put up fences, others re- ens, eggs, ki, sends oft" 0 of it for those stones. And to complete this deli-caf- e It purines the blood and removes all paired the houses, and, with the money salaried and money devils to eat, and the ear malarial poison from the system. structure of the internal ear thero is that had been donated at Haidiiisburg raisers eat beans and bacon in order to It is as large as any dollar tonio and a coil of nerve fibres arranged in regular and other sints, they managed to get pay his tax and get a few coarso clothes, RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. longest at the bottom and the along much better than they expected shoes, ile. strange but' true. Some one order, the S?,,K I :VJgBB fWP J shortest at the top. If this could be -they would. The crops generally in this else is ready to say that the salary is but placed in an upright position it would J&T'MtM.tio,. this paper. part of the county look well with the ex- a drop in tile bucket, perhnps "so, still Cobnsmtili.1, Mim., DM. 1Z, 1888. justice demands that all extravagance, form a microscopic harp of a thousand ception of the oat crop, which is an abHii'inpi uo. rmns, ?cbs.i P'eaw kctiil me threa Joien f toot Grove'i Tut strings. IfM Chill Tonlo I wm tWiwiI Willi the lot from jou solute failure from some caie-e- . Wheat uniiccchNiry appropriation, Ac, be stopl&st lumtiicr. Tb tfopl vtrt dellxhtra with It. i now do wi: iicaii? your Cbtll Tonlo t mid ehtldrra wb vert and corn never looked better and grass ped at once. Some one says where is fT ftod awtrthriDd c&ilI&Uil. haln h&dfhroatA pftlf oblilt for moot lit put, oua of ihera fur yrar, aod When two objects come together is exceptionally tine. Cattle an fat and your remedy, we think in thcDemocratic within thrv werks fur Uilnalat wltb Hie Chill ADDISON, KY. TolIo thrj wtra haJt and beartr, with red w four plump and this should weigh something party, if we will practice what we preach waves are produced in the ntmoMphcio fthwkl It artad UUl charm. SSs3lii-MT-i' W. H. BTLSS0.V, M. D. Theory does nothing without .practice. which strike the drum of tiie ear. This the place to buy SEW INf J MAOIIINK fn"r on a fellow's beef bill in these times of Il t I'iswif inn jut!. r losi tnonoy than nuy othor place in thooi.nntry n..... lOH SAL1S UY nmu, iiiuuii iiium'b il... high tariffs and low wages. vibrates nnd sends the .iien membrane The inicliiic I nell are equul to any that Mr. Val Tucker, who lives near here, of principle are the principal men. motion along the chain of bones in the iigt-n- t churKo fnun $.13 tn $50 for; I guarantee them t he uhnt I iny or nu traile, Agenta met with a serious disaster a few days "Honor nor shame from no condition middle ear to the fluids in the internal CL0VERP0RT, KY. will my tho ui'talilnu Is no account, His corn crib, containing 40(1 rise, act well your part, there all tho ear. This causes these fluids to pulsince. tho Mrurenro In nnr price, I ut I honor lies." bushels of corn, was destroyed by fire. sate, and the s.md, bristles and stones lljj'irBon thl in on everything I li:tnile, tut It Clilorofolin DIkcovcmkI by Cliuneu. aa low ai it enn be cut. So boys treat your opponents fairly, pound away against the harp in tho Motto" quick My old friend, Jimmy I'arsous, is very Chloroform, which has proved such an ealui and miull proGt. ill at his home near here with heart but give them the best light that is in cochlea, which is caught up by the audi- Inestimable b.ion to thousands of sufferTwo drawer Urupleiif Slnuc Hewing Maol lnei low arm, with nil nttichinunt. $111,50 trouble. Mr. I'arsous is one of the most you, and there will bo rejoicing in the tory nerve and conveyed to tho brain, ers, was discovered by chance. Dr. SimpCincinnati, Hamiltion & Dayton R.R. Five drawer dnii1er rilii)er .Sewing Mathereby giving the mind the idea of son (who was nfterw'ards knighted) bet is The only lino running Pullman's Persuccessful farmers in this part of the Democratic camp again in August. tho chines, Mjjli iirm, with all atcuch-uont- i $10,50 himself to find some iiiuuthetiu to Liko fection Safely Vestibuled Trains, wltb S. sound. county and the cleverest man I ever Send uio a chuck or tho in inoy by roglitcr X Eli via. tho placoof ether, which had gained n bad Chair, Parlor, Sleeping and Dining Car letter, and will ihip you i nuehlno to any met. I hoc he may survive the attack, Happy Hoosiers. name owing to the fact that several service between Cincinnati, Indianapolis pirt of the country. but his age will probably work against Hcanoctfully, Wm Tiniiiions, Postmaster of Idaville, deaths had occurred through the careless nnd Chicago, and is the Only Line running Remarkable Rescue. It. him. L. I. ADDISON, Ind., writes: "Klectric Bitters has done use of it. Other scientists joined him in Through Reclining Chair Cars between Mrs. Michael Curtain, I'lainflcM, 111., his researches, mid carefully analyzed Cincinnati, Keokuk and Springfield, 111., Addiion, Ky. makes the statement that she caught more for me than all other medicine com- every ouhstunco which they thought and Combination Chair and Sleeping Car Cancer of the Lip Cured. was Cincinnati to Peoria, III., co!d, which settled on her lungs; she bined, for that bad feeling arising from in tlio least likely to give the desired I suli'crcd from Cancer on my lip that was treated for a month by her family Kidney and Liver trouble," John Leslie, And the Only DIRECT LINE One night the party were busily delled the skill of the best physician of physician, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. but grew worse. He told her farmer and stockman of same place says: engaged in their self imposed task. They between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo fie State. I had it burned out, but the she was a hojn-!"Find Electric Hitters to Iks the best had tested every subject which had been Detroit, tho Lake Regions and Canada victim of conmmplion operation only made it worse, causing it and that no medicine could cure her. Kidney mid Liver mdicine, make mo selected for e.periuient without anyTho road is ono of tho oldest in tho to spread over more surface and eat deepthing approaching Her druggist suggested Dr King's Xow feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, and were beginning to n favorable issuo, State of Ohio and tho only lino entering I again, to feel disheartened er in. I finally had it burned of Cincinnati over twenty-flv- o miles ot Discovery for Consumption ; she bought hardware merchant, same town, says.' by their lack of success. 7J. double track, and from its past record can and used Swift's Sjccillc(S. S. S.) to heal a lwttle and to her delight found herself, Electric Hitters is just the thing fora man As one of them was okhig about the moro than assure its patrons spoed, com- - Price, $18.00 at Factory, it up nnd drive the poison out of my :wbo is all run down and don't care wheth laboratory to seo if he could find anycaan wltb Order. benefited from first dose. She continued lort ami satety. b'ood. The cflcct of the Specific was its use Tickets on salo overywheJe, and seo and after taking ton bottles, found er ho lives or dies; bo found new strength thing else which might be put Into tho magicial! It healed up the Cancer entire- herself sound and well, now does her own good appetite and felt just liko he had a liltta testing glass with which each was that they read C. II. & D., either in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or Toledo ly without leaving a scar as a reminder. Btilctly WurnnitfU housework and is ns well as she ever was. new lease on life. Only 50c. u bottle, at provided, he happened upon u small botE. 0, MoCORMICK, Allbccond (J row 111 Hickory. tle of n dark substuueo which was looked This was over four years ago, and since : Free trial bottles of this Great Discov- G. W. Short's, Cloveriwrt, Ky., and J. A. Steel Axles uiul Tlim. General Putienger and Ticket Agent. upon moro as n curiosity than us possesst 'ien there lias been no sign of a return j)W llent t Armfl. Porcctlv lllAiirnl. ery at (i. W. Short's, C!overiort. Ky. Witfs, Hardinsburg, Ky. ing any useful properties. With scarcely Killing, un lemiieroii tiiirlnir. imir. Whcola I will cheerfully answer of the Cancer. llcot and Ikit All Over. and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. If your apjMjtlto is gone nothing will a thought of success ho poured u little of-- . THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Al LINE, any inquiries in regard to my ease. IF YOU CAN'T FIHD THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCIIAMTS,-WHITUS. restore it moro quickly than "C. C. C. it into each of the tubes, and tho memKxos Yoc.nt, . bers of tho party began to Inhale it. For (b. E, A ST. L. It. H.) The Western Journalist says that the Certain Chill Cure," tho great Tonic a few Bradford Ohio. moments they seemed bclzed press tickets issued by the Henry Coun- and guaranteed euro for Chills nnd Fever, an unusual gladness, but soon thoy with SHORTEST, QUICKEST ono A Prominent Druggist Cured. ty Fair Association havo the following Sold by O. W. Short. AND BEST LINE TO after another fell to tho ground, over-coni- o by tho jiowcrful fumes. As thoy "Klevon years ago I was suffering from legend printed on them: "This ticket gradually camo to again they recognized an attack of White swelling. A great probably,'has been paid for ten times AND AIL POINTS that their search was over, and from UUrueir. Collateral. many prominent physicians attended me over by tho paper to which it is issued. Disraeli onco went to a certain Israel- that occasion dates tho usoof chloroform South-Wes- t. will be honored in tho hands of nny but failed to cUcct a cure. I commenced It man, woman or child, white, black, red ite nnd naked for a loan of several thou- as an nnoisthetlc Montreal Star. using Swift's Specific (S. S. S.), and after sand pounds. "On what security, Mr. Time-Cain Effect Dec, 16, using it for a few months I was entirely or yellow, who favors the association by Disraeli?" queried tho Hebrew doubtfulTo Tell Hit, Dny nf the Week or Any Uuto. pa'senting it. It is good for entrance to ly, "On tho security of my ambition cured, and since then have had no sympTako tio last two figures of tho year, Lr. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p ia...l:10 p.m. LouU 7:45 ...7:25 toms of its returning. I feel that the tho grand stand, and tho bearer, if driv- and my genius," said thoyouiigpolitlclan add n quarter of this, disregarding tho ArrSt. Eransvlllo 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. ing, will bo entitled to pass a team free. calmly. "Very extraordinary collateral, fraction; add tho date of tho mouth and cure is entirely duo to the curative proFor further infortaiitlun, call on or uJJren, perties contained in S. S. S. I can cheer-ful- l The association recognized the fact that Mr. Disraeli," murmured the other, "but to this add tho flguro in tho following JOS. S 0DI0RNE, if you pleaso, nnd list, ono flguro standing for each month: recommend it as n medicine to all its splendid success Isowinglargely.lf not call on mo Oen'l Pan. Ag't, LnmiTillB, Ky. Divide tho sum by wholly, to the notice so freely given by wo will talk it over." Tho Jow was wlso, B. L. BRYANT. Hiiflering humanity." I'.u'i, W. and Disraeli got tho money; and, ecvon and the remainder will give the Trav. Paug'r Ag't, Loulivllle, Ky. Kirkpatrick & Wallbrd, Drug- the press, and, while we nm not render ho tnw an equivalent in cash, we return our struggling along a young man of merit number of tho day In tho week, and when gists, Johnson City, Tennessee. ho recalled, as he stopthero is no remainder tho day will be grateful thanks." This is not now, but ped to help him, with a thrill of supremo Saturday. Treatise on Wood and Skin Discwes it will do for icople, who sometimes satisfaction that bitter hour of failure As tin example tako March 19, 1600. irvrx WW. mailed free. s U send one or two tickets to a newspaper when Ida first speech was drowned by Tako 00, add 22. udd 19, add C. This Tiib.Swikt Co., Atlanta Uiu ! 1(1 the noise of thu opposition, and ho closed gives 137, which divided by 7 leaves a "ofllco in consideration of or worth of free advertising, to paste into It abruptly with tliopaaalonato prophecy: remainder of A, which is tho number of' Would Respect His Wishes. "Tho day will como when you shall hear tho day. or Wednesday. Trovidenco Old Gentleman (from the head of the their hats.- Owcnsboro Messenger. me. "Tho Arena. 'Xo rare BUionineu, Sick Hondncho, CoasU at u lato hour). "Clara, I think patios, Valaria, Liter Complaint, take stairs liiipiow Miuiif III :;iiia Light. On tho Diamond. A mint .tluii' emu . tbe safe and certain remedy, a you and that young man have talked enIn thf new hotel lit Tau.fi, Fla.. the On tho fly. Imprecations. ough for one evening." A truo story is told of n wool dealer electric lights iu tlio sleeping apartments Threo balls. Tho pawnbroker. who, after tho loss of his sight, became will Is- - Mi arranged that they may bo Clara , "All right, jmVu won't say i better judgo of wool tlmn ho waa be- made to burn with any degree of brill-tane- y another word." I.ii'hxcott'm Maiukink Caught out. A bad cold. fore, visited Melbourne in 1881, nnd dur-Inby tnrnlns on or off in tho same ltoso stealing. Prlgylng pennies. for July. ten weeks bought moro thau 150,. way us a gas jet or kerosene lump is reguTho batter. lluckwheat and water 000 worth of wool, doing all Bm (ke the business lated to give moro or less light Tlds Is bettle). HMAXAglMftoUUleBeanatothe Children like to take "C. U. C. Certain Foul. A chic-bino matter. most contjcnujnt. It Involved banking, exchango and shipTHr abb the very last invention in electric lightChill Cure." the pleasant and guaranAn old nine. The Muses. Hultabla tbi Mil Ann, pingwithout a broker. London Tld ing nnd will ovorcoHw tbo greatest ob- Prtg ar either ilw, ac. por Mettle. ' Tho score. Do, re.'niifcte. i teed euro for Fever, Aguo and Malaria Utlu. jection to electric lhW Ih bedrooms, A babbit.-Bel- ow' Sold by G. V. rlNflYILLEfINDf. hotter than quinine. the which .by nil former wppWwnmi yi y their Hove your done at this olllco M uhzi.sk for Julv. J.r.mWJuf-wuiiAS8,'jT.iH- ti Short, fullcnpHcity wbwi um4 TiHWiMaJowmtL ttt, In thojhitcst deslgi us. o -s. v yi It hns been my pleasure to visit, the little Jmr .aiHi mmu jr'IJffimS djiwBWH mHMWI imBMBUfcWr!':1' iBlKB 41? 'if libilflH rui:ss goods rjarol 0 r tATIiiibBb yztlvliSBBB lillHlf 4IBP HJH mggLyuJHJV ijpw fi3T MHIHPI ,,,iib MLgt. HljjjfHH (iPIR PjiHlt' .IB Moorman 4 neigh-Isirhoo- E&5&j WmISIHBL rr. ' vllHiV 'V' WHiwwfi hhrb mmmmim Whaf is Beeler. -- 'Bffit StSft'Cl MOORMAN & BEELER, GLEUDEA1TE, ZY. f. ii do-ser- CAST0RIA yvvkwvw,wivvWK?AWtt 180O FRANK S.COOK, : . LUMBER, LATH U, SHINGLES, DOOHS, GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC SASH ac BLIliTTDS Estimates promptly made. v. ante-chamb- semi-circul- "" MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., ri &wn , taiii'!i ffiflw WARRANTED LOUISVILLE, KY. L. D. ADDISON'S 1 ilell ji $ iiic-wor- lre io The Finest on Earth. 'ly r s ,i iro-su- lt. OO., e sss5T3r 7 B0SrsS( 4 ' Vll w ' &i No. X s rirst-Clas- n i. x i 4t- ik-u- St. Louis, Evansville H.W.HERNDON&CO., a J :! West and rd Produce k .deii'r al Coiii'ii Lotjisyille, Ky. SI Knuc-r.vriuc- No. 144 Third St., L j&k jr BILE BEANS tor ra&& (mm ayJ.? ' 11 v 7f it cott's Job.-wgr- styjtd J&- r mSINBS!1.;!0'; - H IfMK .Tlf '