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IJI, II1U lllUlllg to"V it .puiniru UlllwiYEtii Its History, Produotion and Use. 'Tho following Vhsny un read ut the closing- exi'tvisoH of Tho Clovorport High SVfiool Vnltcr R limit, n tuuiiibor Cholera Cure! -- ."'' '- - V- - V.'M.'- X ' Thousands of dollars tforth of , chickens die cver year from Chol era. It is mo.e fatal thaii" all other diseases cornbined. Hut the discovery of a remedy thattt'ftvj cities 'has been made, and tobe'edn ' vinced of its efficacy only requires a tri;t. fpiv one hundred chickens. iPlt is.cilar-uiuccu ii, auer usingwoynras 01 ,; a bottle, the buyer is noFihorqugnly ' satisfied with it as a cure' for Cliicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned ana your money will he refunded. F lo( tho gnttbiating class i Since tliotitllization i.of gas in larjjo qimntitioinHoftoecnMiuV, tlie geologic nl facts riortaliiing tojts origin, nccumu-latlonirtT uTsTribuloii, aro imperfectly known JmUyvnat wo know of it isdno to tho wi'tWrillcr'B nrt, which is a nativo onp, anrttwas cnrriotipu in tlio lirxt iart ofthoprcsontrt'iiturylLDrilling in this country was beguniiiTSOfi, in tho Kan- ;iwbf(iVnuoy, liy tlio Itiifnicr brothers, ulio were ilrillinjj for B.iltj they wero srrt'Rfulandj drilling Jui8 go'iio on from tlitit titno to'thc'jwHenf, bul with many improvements. It was in tho Knninvbu ?uli(V that flie raping Of We) Is was lirxt practicoil, wberel)- - suriaco wafors wero excluded. , TJio primitivo method of worked drilling was with a spring-pol- e by hand pmer,,but now it is done by stoning and in some instances the steam is generated by gas( from tho well they hylr. n, arjtlrillinijrbnt tbo.mojjt importantof all thniroVinc1itsiB.jtio uso, of tor- rno, jor pedoesjlloadqd jwlthjmltro-Klycc- f some other powerful epcpIosiVeJ.ow'erc! to tlio desired depth, and them exploded. T5y this means tho production of wells is For sale by JiEVE!. G. W. Short. Clovorport, FLEflSaWT'TO Ky FfiFLS TAKE. oftcu Uiicreascd. 'Natural gas is one of the products of Jbc, cartb'sjirust that we call bitumens.. There is littta known pf tho, origin of fl, mMM TgtTjBnB .Ha l It H tv but tho most plausible of tho theories tliat aro given, may bo divided into two groups. First, the theories that it is formed .by inorganic sources j second, theories that regard it as tho "result of ii partial .decomposition of vegetable or unimal substances that have been stored Up in tho rocks. In 1805, Hcrtholot, a French chemist, propounded tho theory that explained the firet of these two. Ho supposed the alkali metals, namely, potassium and sodium, to exist in the eartli in a free state, and necessarily at a high temperature. If now water carrying in solution carbonic, acid should find access to tho metals, bo pointed out tho stops of chemical action that must take placo and that would result in the formation of gas. JfcndcljeiT, a Hussian chemist, in 1877, set forth another theory that it was formed by a chemical force. Ho supposed the interior of the earth to contain largo masses of mctidlic iron, and also metallic carbides, all at a high temper-turnow tho contact of water with these would in his view form gas. If tho last two wero so, gas would bo of continuous formation ; but theso nro. incapable of verillcation, and have, therefore, been condemned and proven to bo false ; so, from this, wo infer that gas is a for a cerstored prodtict; and only-last- s tain time, ami ought to bo utilized while there is a chance, and not allowed to waste. The noxt theory is based on the fact that gas is derived from vegetable and animal matter contained in tho rocks in which tho gas is found, or in the associated strata. Tlio argument for this is simple nnd direct, and can bo easily verified. Compounds similar to or identical with natural gas aro easily derived by tho process of destructive distillation fiom both vegutablo and animal substances, us from wood, peat, bones and oil. An example of this is. furnished in marshes and swamps, where, by tho partial decomposition of both animal and vegetable substances, marsh gas in formed ; that is, if tho air is kept from tho decaying substances. Natural gas can bo used for almost anything for w Inch solid fuel can bo used. Tho only exception istho reduction of metallic ores. For'tbis purposo it fails, probably from "n6 defect in tho gas, but prpp'er appamtlis has not yet bocif invented, by tlio employment of which gaseous fuel can bo'used. Lias. is used for meltiug ste'el," for heating and puddling iron, for nsc in tho manufacture of glas, for raising steam, for warming residences, business houses and factories, and for burning limo. For all the mentioned it is economical, cleanly nnd desirablo from any standpoint. In n Ohio it is extensively and those who used far cannot get gas havo to abandon the business, because thoy cannot afford to compete with thosowho uso tho gas. It is by far tho most economical fuel with which to cook, for two reasons; first, ol .expenses for fuel will ceaso tho moment tho cooking is completed.; nnd second, in tho roasting of meats thoro b a very much smaller per cent, of wasto in toasting them in a gas stoves than occurs in tho best stoves using solid fuel. Ftoii) n great number of good experiments it "was demonstrated that meats roiisted by tliJj best gas roasters lost but iw aril liver i cent. oikwci'L'iii,' wniie m epj Kramigl HtoTHjUhoJloss'tin weight r angctl Jrom zu to zo per cent. SlftO utA,hi9hi)iSAliTnir ta file -- uso ofcgaK .ftcpplcorrbcat wjth is a devico that ntitoimitically.tlirnsm. .ami, pjr tho gas soas to ke"ep tho temperature at nny desired degrcK 'This machine is so scusitivo 'that q change of olio degree c; pur-jk)S- cs north-westerlime-burnin-- fnunsnnnnnnnnnl Tho only Cortnln and KITcctiinl Curo for Chili nnd Kover, Intermittent, Itcmlttent, lllliout null Jlnkirial Kecr, Dumb Ague, Favor and nil Diseases originating (rgm a Torpid Liver or Malaria. .IVrfoctly harmless, contains no tliu tno&t or (ttiliilito andean beciren to Ar:nlc tlellcuta jxTbon nith perfect safety. As a Tonle fot Tired Fccllnp, Loss of Appetite. Headache, Nervous Depression end ow Bplrits originating from Malaria, it stands lono and without p lltIC:E, 81.00 Xoi 33ottlo. DrugoMt generally. Sold by J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., M Eraxsrrzzn, in., v. 8.' A. "'SOLD AND WABitATED BY . bole rnornniTOES, lffiimhSsL FINE SHOW OfiSES. TERRY M'F'G CO., Nabhvillc, Tcnn. IAV far ratalncrfff" l?igJ-RE- E SM.Noll4l iHlil OO.iiO. l Wofth In Itii wortiL Jwucb iiK tr FREE. CtieS iHBtyAS f " msEmM Bd t(IuontsCo., IF I'crlvcl timekeeper Warranted lifftry. SOLID GOLD DUntinr TticM Mmplei.a wall 'umAMTIfaVB 77iH w.trh. r IVco. All the Work rob dolt to ihow wluit wa aimd oa to thoia who call jour ftianda am ncighboraatMl tlw about you ihaMlwajan ivlti In valiubla trad for ua. whlth bolda for year! when onct tarteJ, We pay all axpreaa, (Vlht. ate. .Afiar and thui wa ara yottknowall.tf y.UTfouMllkotorotowork for ui.Toucaa J.rolroJU HXO to 0O per week and upward! Addrtai, iTKiuaU0iuioixiatiaenlu liinmlea. iiloth Udlei and Etiit I ifiei. r witn worKi ana eaiai 01 renual valaa OKO rzMOXla rV,ch locality can lecur oat tore t her with our larre free ruruuuufiuiiiuot T yOll ARE GOING TO USE BLUE GRASS Hflii9ft'Pfl.fiil.fi RflaJirMi y ttlUHMUHNM""""? Manufactured by Val. Blatz' .Sons, v ; LOUISVILLE, KY. f 1.25 PER GALLON dljlortif. H - Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. - OLOVERPORT, KY. -- " mjc Zantac t itym l if IF LaaM .TTUGHES, r lk not -- tern ' ta 11 . ' v Vi ..toiho isutt.'QdKe.FSR1:1": fei&fWM- J L' " - '"Fior'30'Years'a Success.Tctitliuoiiy tlicu IKoad till" THY IT for Yourneir, ; Proprietor bovt l"y AJ't ' BETTER THAN QUININE. C Mr. M. M. Keteron, Dortey Co., Ark., ayj: "Tcnn corllfy to tho fact that Hughes' T.'nlo Ii Dio bast chill tontj I over tried. I contldcr It better than qnluino." OURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II. W JteUtfuuI.I, laurel Hill Mlia , wrltsi s "Vour Hughe' Ton to for ohIIU anil ferer has never failed nnd I hive told it tu n nuinhor of ohm n oaie. It curp thmn very tjii " foriiicwI.eMwTOkeepoom jl, -- m, ruouj, &Jmm?tlmM is!loniiajK fiUJUj 70,$Jirni litlttSmro of on JeplM jVJHlng ntobj4flw QYt ,pir-VtlrsMtd to riroyel-lo- at ' r - 4rr o AakforKtighes' 7nio PRICE &sd taesOiher iJ&ell SmaU Size, 60 Cents. 1'bkHbhb nr JLiohImvUIo, JCy. or 8 uj Dr.iiUW. bii $1.00 PER BOTTLE. :$!lb&Mlk ias ifl$ino, jo ROBINSON - PITTIT CO.. iMiitiM,C.itibfcHil.cjr tiMrjHlow' blase MtAhftoti UHrttumK'tho , e Valle le 1h6oI ir.yeHr lime expire )HrhlMtr hhi! (mhiI j . i vi. t'jwiroltMiWMwd Jptath UJptJivhjito .biteim-on- Ur, and h it Mkes up In pnuu-in- g " tlirough Ute filter, Tho irtiMJ 4 ipw'that ta ekertcd on k nWotrv6nirMa VHiMliff w41, that published by Frederick A. Stokes (Now attraction of gravitation.fho lighter York). portions of the contents of tho porous First, of nil things, decline nothing. rock, viz. ; oil nnd gas, nro forced by If you do not like certain foods it is a gravitation into tho highest levels that courtesy to your hostess to appear as" if ate open to them. Everything turns on you did. If tho dinner is served from the relief of the porous strata. Tho tho side a tu Ilitw, you can take ns little gUHuiul oil tire ga'therediin the arches of upon your plate as you choose, 'and you tho strata, if such then? nro. In ilcfnnlt can appear as if eating it, for thero is alof arches, tho higher lying terraces are ways bread to tasto And your fork or made to serve tho same purosc, but tho ' spoon to trifio with, and thus conceal ono indisputable element and condition your unwillingness to pnrtako'f of n disof all accumulation is lclicf. A unifonn liked course. If the dinner is served by descent of tlio strata is fatal to tho ac- tho host, n concealment of ilistasto is cumulation of oil and .gas, where every- equally easy by using a llttlo',skill and thing elso is favorable. Tho sharper tho tact in manner and conversation. boundaries of tho relief, tho more efficNever ask for another helping when ient, docs Absolute eleva there aro several courses, And for soup tion is not essential; all that is required not at all. It delays the progress of the is a change of level in tho porous rock. dinner unpleasantly, and announces a Fitch division of tho field has its own discreditable dovotion to oppotite. dead line and line where sea To Lake soup w ith a noise, or indeed water is'found. to make a needless sound, with the mouth whilo eating or drinkin 'anything is unrefined. To bo candid, it is vulgar. Epoch.-" Dip tlio spoon om you in' the plate The transition from long, lingering nnd to take up soup. Drink it from tho side painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in tho life of the individual, next you nnd not from tho. tip of the a remarkablo event is treasured in the spoon, even though n mustache should f memory, nnd the agency whereby the bo in tho wny. The Pulpit and the Stage. Fish is eaten with an ordinary fork, good health has been attained is grateItev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United with ns much dexterity in tbqevnsion of fully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in praiso of F.lectric Hitters. So bones as can bo commanded with such llretheren Church, Illue Mound, Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to tell what many feel they owe their restoration to an inadequate instrument, nnd a bit of wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has brend for aid, A littlo modern health, to tho uso of tlio Great Alterative done for mo. My Lungs wero badly disatand Tonic. If you aro troubled with with an ingenuous fork, is now in any disoaso of the Kidneys, Liver and tendance upon fish, and many difficul- eased, and my parishioners thought I could ljvo only a few weeks. I took five Stomach, of long or short standing, you ties with small bones aro .eassly overbottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and will surely find relief by use of KIcctric come, To prolong n sitting at table being one am sound and well, gaining 2(1 lbs. in Hitters. Sold at 50c. and $1 per bottlo at weight." G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J., of tho purposes of tho modern enterArthur Love, Manager of Love's Funny tainer, it is good form to bo reasonably A. Witt's, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky. deliberate with tho fish course, as, in- Folks Combination, writes: "After a deed, it is with every replacement of a thorough trial and convincing evidence, Our Boys at Old Centre College. viand, and therby ono expresses a "pre- I am confident that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption beats 'em all, vailing elegance." Cloverport has been well represented Most food is eaten wlthtu fork, the and cures when everything else fails. at Centre Collego for several years past. being only its proiiarcr, except The greatest kindness I can do my many Quito a number of our young men have knife when cheese that is neither gratol nor Such thousand friends is to urge them to been educated at this famous historical try it. Free trial bottles attj, W. Short's, creamy is partaken of as an old institution. Nor have we been reppart of a dessert. Hero it is that Cloverport, Ky., and J. AAVitt's, Ilnrresented without honor to the young knives retain their grip on ancient cus- dinsburg, Ky. Ih'gularsi7.o;50o'rnnd$1.00. gentlemen and their families and the tom nnd bring it down to modern tables. ' city in which they live. They havo Checso is eaten with a knife'. Sensible Alabama Farmers. dono Cloverport honor. Forks nro used with tho right hand The Farmers' Alliance has manifested ThcJwo highest distinctions this year nhdjiro-pointetownrdsjho niouth iio .its. RrcntestjtrciiKtli in Alabama d were carried off by Cloverport boys. Mr. and more directly than is necessary to "put South Carolina. It. L. Oolze, son of II. A. Oclzo, Esq., In thoTonncr State it food between the lips. was very recently represented that Mr. was tho valedictorian of the Senior Clas, Forks aro laid with such desserts as Kolb was certain of an honor always conferred on tho best tho nomination for not wholly liquid, theso instruments governor, and the present delegation in student with ,tbo best record, and the nro being used to sop broken bits of pudding Congress was going to bo turned out highest attainment of the year. in the sauce, thus banishing tho spoon neck nnd heels, The State Convention Tho class of 188JI-0- 0 is regarded possible. are eaten met last week and Mr. Kolb was not the best in many years. Tho historical whenever with forks, but water ices with spoons, nominated ; a straight-ou- t Democrat, on class of 1855 which turned out so many good form does not tell us why. Its a straight-ou- t Democntic platform was great men w ill havo to lqok to its hon- and commands aro not often thus arbitrary. nominated, and tho entire convention ors, or it may bo surpassed by tho presStrawberries are eaten with forks, unless pledged itself to thosupiwrtof the Demoent class. At its head wo aro delighted which cratic party and its principals. The to place ono of our young mon. Let it their leafy tips havo a stem, in to take Democratic members of congress from not be forgotten, a Cloverport man won ease it is proper and graceful tho aledictory in 1855. How strange each with the fingers, touch it to' tho Alabama seem to bo pretty secure, nnd on one's plate, then half dip the threatened disruption of tho Demotho coincidence I And in such a galaxy! sugar lying it in cream and place it to the 'mouth. cratic party in Alabama has passed away. In the annual oratorical contest of tho is Wo hopo tho events will oncourngo tho Sophomore, James It. Skillman, son of The samo servieo of sugar and cream performed by a fork when tho strawber- Democrats of South Carolina who seem-t- o A. IS. Skillman, Esq., of this city, carried not served with their steins. bo panic stricken by the war whoops off tho first prize. Ho represented the ries aro Spoons with tea, coil'ec chocolato and of tho Farmers Alliance. Deniologian Society nnd contended with We congratulate tho farmers of Alatho representatives of the other societies. bouillon remain in the saucer when not Tho judges unanimously awarded him conveying liquid to tho month. They bama and of tho entire country, North are correctly placed at the right of the quite ns much ns South, on tho nominatho gold medal. tion of Mr. Jones instead of Mr. Kolb Thus it over is, Cloverport pcoplo cup whenever not in use. Lay your knifo and fork parallel with at Montgomery. Tho Democratic party somehow, in every lino of life, in all parts of the land, take tho lead. Thoy each other and obliquely across n plato stands for low taxes, simple and economimake brilliant success nnd reflect honor that is to bo removed for tho coming of cal go Vermont, enlarged markets for farm This nnd distinction upon their birth placo. another course. To forget this increases produce, anil local Hut it is to be observed it is only when noiso when an attendant is gathering is tho programme of vital importanco to tho farmer w bother he raises corn or cotthoy go out into tho great world thoy them together. If olives aro served with tongs or a ton. Every attack on tho Democratic aro nblo to do this. So long as thoy stay here, thoy cannot develop. What is tho spoon or fork, uso tho samo to lift tho party is an attack on low taxes, local nnd markets for what tho cause? Tho nnswer is, tho littlo, nar- fruit to your plate, but eat it with your Third parties arise, row, mean jealousies thoy encounter at fingers. If thero are no spoons, tongs or farmer produces. forks with which to servo yourself, tako creato a great clatter, and go down. home. tho olives with your fingers and not with Some of them draw away more from tho Steering Clear of Politics. your own fork or spoon. Do tho samo Republican party and boiiio of them draw away moor from the Democratic party. Tlio county meeting of tho farmers with cut sugar. Never bito off a piece from your din- There aro farmers' parties and Ialwr par and Laborers Union, more familiarly known as tho AVheclcrs, was held at the ner biead. Do not cut tho bread served ties, and greenback parties and civil sercourt houso yesterday. Thero wero dele- you nt any time. If it is to bo buttered, vieo reform parties, and prohibition pargates present from nearly every Union in take n small bit, not more than two ties, and ballot reform parties, but they tho county, tho entire nnmbcr being inouthfuls, nnd spread it. A slico of only obscure tho eternal issuo in Ameritwenty five. By gelieral invitation n buttered bread Is much too suggesiivo of can politics for a little while, and they do number of Knights of Labor wero pres- tho nursery to pleaso fastidious follow not change it at all. The perpetual struggle running through tho political guests. ent, but only as spectators. All warm bread should bo torn apart history of this country is tho struggle beThe proceedings of tho union aro se cret but from tho talk on tlio streets or broken, and nover cut. If it is served tween low taxes equitably distributed, nnd the least posin large pieces break if for your neighbor local yesterday afternoon after tho adjournsible intermeddling of Government with ment, it was not difficult to learn that also. individual enterprise, all of which basal-way- s Corn may bo eaten from tho cob. the chief subject that occupied tho atbeen represented by tho Democrapermits this method, but docs tention of tho body was whether or not tho Union should nominate or endorso not allow ono to butter tho entire length tic party; and high taxes, levied on ono a candidate, or candidates, for delegate of an car of corn and then gnaw it from claas for tlio benefit or another, a centrato the Constitutional Convention. end to end. To hold an car of corn, if it lized Government, monarchinl in though Republican in form, and Tlio matter was under discussion for bo a short one, by tho end, with tho twoorthrco hours, nnd finally tho res- right hand, and bito from tho car is good tho greatest possible intermeddling of tho A littlo doyloy, or very small Government with tho affairs of tho citiolution to enter into nomination was form. napkin, is sometimes, served with corn zen till tho State socialism of German voted down. Somo prospective candidates in dis- to fold about tho cud of a cob that ais to dreamers seems to bo the next logical cussing tho matter on the streets after be grasped by the hand, but this arrange- step, and not such n very long one, by the Federal, ward showed their disappointment, but ment is ns inconvenient ns it is unneces- cither, represented Whig and Republican parties. sary. Good form disallows it. thoso who seemed to bo uusolfisbly Now, Just in proportion as tho farmers, It is bad tnsto to lay a napkin over the to tho Union wero frco to proclaim that a dangerous point in tho his- breast. At elegant tables tho napkin is whether North or South, impair tho of tho Democratic party Just in tory of tho order had been passed, and only partly shaken from its folds, and wero disposed to congratulate them- then is dropped into the, lap to uso for that proportion thoy leavo the field open selves and each other that it was tho wiping tho lips and fingers. It is sup- to tho heavy and unequal taxation, the jndgmpnt of tho Union t"q steer clear of posed that those who havo refined tnblo obliteration of Stnto Governments, and of the Federal Unpolitical reefs. thvensboro Messen- manners do not scatter crumbs or drop tho nggrandizemont Government controlled by a party of secfood. ger. . An attempt has Won inado to intro- tions and classes, to which the RepubliScience cannot produce a better reme- duce tho wearing of gloves nt table. can party of 1800 Is alisolutcly commit-e- J. dy for all malarial diseases than "C, C. O. This plan is too absurd an innovation, National Domocrat. Certain Chill Curo." Pleasant to take. and will novcr become a custom, u loves Have your Job work dono at this office GHmrited to cure Ohilk and Fever. aro worn to the table jy women always, Sold by G. W. Short. sud a few men prefer to wear them, but in the latest style and designs. -salt-water fish-knife ever-respecte- d -Ice-creaEti-qupt- to sub-stundo-votcfll-clen- cy ofTlic same, Is the same as tho pressure in the rock in which it was found, and it ranges in amount from one to 1,000 pounds to tho square inch, but tho ordinary pressure is from 500 to 750 pounds; it seldom rises aboye 750. In shale gas wells tho pressure seldom rises to 100 pounds; the ordinary range being 25 to" 75 pounds. Tho rock pressure of the well is determined by a steam gunge attached to tho casting. The accumulatioli of gits and oil in ithc porous rook depends altogether en tho : ii KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1890. A NEW BOOK OF "DONT'S." Good Observance NO. 49. V at TableHow to Handle Fork and Spoon, Use the Napkin, Break tho Bread and Eat the Cress. Everybody knows how to dine, but perhaps somebody may get h useful hint ns to dining decently nnd in order from tho following paragraph taken from "Dinners," a commendable little volume thoy arc removed by both men nnd women as soon as they nro seated. If an accident happens at table, if a glass is overturned or a bit of china broken, upologio at some other time than at table. To say you aro sorry is enough at tho moment. A hostess with tact will relieve the embarrassment of an unfortunate guest by n smile or a witty remark, which is Bitre to win profound gratitude. A man of distinguished attainments and great timidity in n society was n teetotaler. He was finely bred, and when the wine was being passed paid no heed to the service. On ono occasion ho was painfully embarrassed by overturning n glass of wine at the beginning of a handsome dinner. His host mndo himself famous by the kindly wit with which ho restored tranquility to his troubled guest. Said ho : "My friend has conferred upon me n distinguished and unprecedented honor. Ho has emptied his wine glass at my table." Could anything bo liner in breeding or humor than that I Much has been said about the various methods of eating asparagus, and the preponderance of opinion and practice inclines toward lifting it with the fingers by its cut end, when it is not dressed with n white sauce. With a creamy dressing it is usually eaten with u fork, although when such a preparation is served upon tho plate and not ujion the vegetable, many prefer to lift its cut end in tho fingers, dip its top in tho sauce, and convey it to the mouth. When there are differences of opinion, liberty has opportunities within the bounds of delicncv. well-know- GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for (Jeo.YeaM.Co' 1 Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drill, Fertllizpr Cement,. Mich- ienn Platter, Salt, Limo, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, CUT RATE Pine Hrirk, & Poplar Shingles Plow HnmllpH, Pine Flooring kppt nn hand Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. STORE! Ii v - Brandenburg, Ky. Vfjwi Take no thoei unlei 1 1 I lU I. A TTffiYnXT Vf. i,. loulai name and U1A U AAUll prlcw are ?anipl on the bottom, ir the deuler cannot upplr ron, end direct to factory, enclosing adverfliod O A r Note Our Prices Suit former prices $18.00 now $15.00 19.UU " " " " - ... 12.00 ,., 10.00 8 00. 7.0O 12.50 10.00 8.25 6.00 5.00 5.00 3.75 K kHHm. w. FOR GENTLEMEN. T.aced drain and CrMl. moor Waterproof. Kent In tlio world. Kzamtne It! .00 (IEM1INK snOB. H4.O0 HANI)-HKWiWKI.T SIIOK. H3.no ror.ici: and FAiiMKits shoe. BS.BO KXTltA VAT.IIK OAI.P 8IIOK. Hi. iti & 83 WOHKINOMKN'8 SHOES. Hii.OO and 81.75 HOYS' SCHOOL 8IIOES. Congresi, All 1IANII-HKWKI) :i $3 Colt. TTnvv SHOE Fine made In L. DOUGLAS 4Sc, 57c. Six styles Men's Wash Satinets Suits, worth $6.00 will sell for the next 60 days at $3 50, A full line Men's and Youths' odd Pants. Also a full line iti all sizes of the celebrated Hull Dog Jeans Pants. Youths', Boys' and Children'sSuits at oncfiftli off of original price. Childrens1 Knee Pants 24c, 33c, S Men's and Hoys' Hats very cheap " " " Men's Shoes worth " nuttonand '.ace. " " Bowiner & Hambleton. Louisville, Si, Louis & These goods can be had in any FOR Material, licit Style. Beit Flttlnj. style. neit Douclaa, Brockton, Man. Sold by X,. W. One lot Men's Biogans worth $1.25 at 75c. Ladle.' Button Shoes (Dongola) worth $3.50 2.75 2.50 2.00 2.00 1.05 1.50 1.20 1.25 98 $3 & 1.7S HIIOK MISSES, $2 SHOES lafd. $4.00 3.00 2.00 1.50 $3.35 2.25 1.05 1.20 Texas BJ, Co, " TIME SCHEDULE, Tailing IUfcct At 5:00 o'clck A. M 3STO. 13. " " ' " .". " " ' ' Sunday, Feb. 23, 1890. Writ Hound Tru'mt Rut ISmiml Traint AND A full line of Misses', Childien and Baby shoes all at reduced prices. All Bleached and Brown Domcs-- t c Hill. 8.15 AND XFUF8. STATIONS, Kentucky Street Alms Homo IMoaiuro Ridge Park Meadow HUL Cottons at manufacturers prices KXPHKSS. 8.00ai Lv...UnlonDepot,I.ouiv'o. ....n7..7r....Valtey 9 00 Ar. 1.20r 1.05 .. Dress Goods. 3o in. Henriettas all new shade, worth 35 25 40 In. Serges all Wool now shades worth Bo (4 50c. Mohairs and latest styl? worth 50 40o 01. Cashmeres at Popular prices. ,. .. Lairn 0 .12 9.41 9.52 10 02 10.13 10.2.) 10,32 10.47 10.50 11.01 11 10 Hiver View West Point Kock Haven Long Vranch lirandcnburg Ekron (Juston i... 12.25 .. 12.02 .. 1 1.52am 11.31 11.20 11.09 10.59 10.47 10.37 10.30 10.19 P. P.P. " 11 " ll.'O .. .. rrvington WebBter 11.18 11.34 11:39 11. 57a u r..Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stcnheniport Holt . Cloverport Shops .. .. .. . Block Goods, viz : Henriettas Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap Dir Alma, Helvetia, Solid Rajs, galine and Nuns Veiling at reduced prices, all Silk. iW Dlk. Loce for Dresses worth $2.00 1.60 10.10.. 9.55 9:50 9.39 .. 9 23 9.09 ' nik. Nets for $1.25 95 1.60 " Dresses worth I2.0iru 12.19 12.30 12.47 12.59 1.08 ., Arr 1.30 1.40 1.57 2 08 Skillman Hawesville Falcon Lewiiport l'owerf Pateg Owemboro Stanley Worthlngton SpotUvill .... 2.50 8.50.. 8.30 8.23 Lve 8.11am 7.45 7.34 7.14 .. 7.05 A big assortment of Embroideries Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch Wc are headquarters for these goods and will sell you them cheaper than any one else. 2.20ruArr wiara coin m ....Ilenderton fV. liakett Lve 6.50av Dress Ginghams. the market, Renfrew, Stodards and fancy. Normandics in stripes and plaids. Chambravs nlnin n.wl. striped. Scotch Zephyrs and French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. t One of the teopt. I It Mrllltl.tan tviirltl. theiiiaUtl, tad OurInlrtxlvr our to Hat poud, rt will t.ndf HKX I X"X In .tb loctlllr, Only tho Mho wriit .abov t u ot onct cm moko lurt of tftochanco Allyoutitvotodola. rood, to rrfum U lo iLow lbo.0 who cill your ft.lrkbort od tho around you. Too bo linalnr of thla adrtrtiMm.nl thowa tha amall and of tat ttlt Tbt foUowlfif cut (lvta tha appaaranca of It rtductd to We call the attention of the trade to the fact that wc now have the richest line of Dress Ginghams in; - ''. lo1 or u ,. ii.nu. iwmh .... -odoui int nnitm ran 01 u. acopa.aataraaat laaaay torarry Vfa wlllaltoanowyouhowyou can tnaha from 83 to lO a day al Wait, from tha ilan.wfth. out at ptritnea Bttttr wrtta at ooca. Wt pay all aipraaa charraa. i. White Goods. Plain worth 20 15 10 AJJrtfl.ll IIAU.ETTCODoibbO, roILAD,MlMI. 15 12 in iUtljf. It teas indttd a happy thought la print an entire novel in each numiir. Not a short novelette, tut a long story such as you are used to get in iooi form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, tut with each numler you get analundante of other tontrituthns,vihichgives you a good tnagaiint lesides the novel. The ringing tlows which have teen struck on the gateway of popular favor, hate resounded Lipptn-colt- 's throughout the entire land, and Magatine stands in the front rank of monthly publications, and is the most publication of its hind in the world. For full descriptive circulars, address UPPNCOTrS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia $300 per year. 95 els, single numler. The publisher of this paper will receive your to-d- varitd and txctlltnt conlmti, MAGAZINE, is a llirary with iti " " " Stripe and Check worth, 10, 12H10 12and 15 8Ji &J4 f Hosiery. In Burlington Fast Black, very coo nair Missns nml rwi. d rcn's I lose, assorted sizes, solid nnd striped, full regular made worth"' " clieai). 20, 2.5 , 10 c. V t, A Full Line of Notions. 50 5 5 5 subscription. Two doicn Safety Pint Pour Bars Toilet Soap One doten Cedar Lead Pencils., Fifty Slate Pencils And a great many Novelties, Notions and Shelf Hardware nnd Tinware to be found on our 5 Cent Counters. nnttKlKIJff.Iala,attilVnM.tWiiJinnnM8l Comeand See Us MEL my STWK," 'CUT RATE Brandenburg, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1800. JNO. D.BABBAGE ' ' 1.7 Hero is my first letter from n foreign laud to my homo paper. It must necesAr. 9 00 a.m 11.34 sarily bo a gossipy one, without much S.55 " 6.50 8 UO news, mid, us far as can be avoided, with 0 45 West 7.30 11.23 no comment on tho customs of tho poo-pi- c Uxed E.it Lr. 7.041 a.m Ilirdln.burg l.SOr.u.Ar .. .. Weit or the impression that I may havo of Hk.viiy Watson, tho black bruto who' Germany, localise I am of only n few A good shower of rain is needed. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Was arrested at Brandenburg last Mon days' sojourn hero nnd am not capable of tut County Judge, Tboi. Adklsson,- ' day week, charged with attempted rape Mrs. J. A. AVitt is visiting at Owcns-bor- commenting nnd my first impression may for fcounty Attorney, Jn.fgn Milton Board. on tho littlo daughter of Mr. Green lie erroneous. Miss Blanche Heard is visiting at Luwis-por-t. Dandy, living near Irvington, of which .For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. My voyagu across tho ocean was an uiiv thu Xkws gave n full account last week, eventful one; thu sea behaved admir For Sheriff, Ji S. DeJernstte. was taken from the jail by a band of a ably with tho exception of ono day; Unit Miss Norn Smith is visiting at For Connty Sup't of Schools, Jasw. Miller. of hundred or more the best was the second day out (Thursday). The For Jiller, John Slaton. law abiding citizens of both Hreckcn-ridg- e Tho Court-hous- e yard is the roolcst wind was not very high, but tho vessel Tat County Assessor, Leu Cusbman. and Meadu counties and hung pluco in the city. both rolled and pitched, and so nearly jLCounty Surveyor, F.tM C; Jolly, to a tree. It was not a drunken, I was sick on everyono was Mr. Eli II. Dean, of Long Lick, was , For Coroner, W. R, Pendleton noisy crowd as is usually found this day, and only then to the extent of in tho city Monday. in such parties, but sober, discreet citipreventing me from going about; as ro oiru c,oniir.Mo.Mr..T.s. Miss Cecil I toll ins, of Louisvile, is visit- long as I kept in my room on my lounge zens who hnd no other object in view Gel the new and get all the news and than the vindication of I was comfortable. I met quite it numtheir homes and ing Mrs. ltoland Smith. Mr. James E. Stone ami wife are ex- - ber of nice icoplc on the vessel, of whom nothing but the neirs From Dana's firesides from the reckless nnd vicious h&rd-p- an attacks of a set of low, vile, brutish iwcted in tho city I will tell you in n subsequent letter. Sr'&flebrated Maxims in Journalism. scoundrels who infest tho country nnd . Mrs Emma AVado was visiting at Mr. AVe sighted four or five iccliergs, from ' THE MESS COXVEXriOX. aro liable to invade our homps and carry Eli II. Dean's last Friday. three to eight miles oil, a whale nnd out their hellish designs when wu least Mr. Dan Hnrinan nnd wife, of Missis- numerous portioise. Our vessel, tlio The annual meeting of the Kentucky ex'poct it. Xono of our homes arc safe sippi, aro visiting relatives here. steamer of Trave, is a lino triple-cngin- o horse-iowc- r I'ress Association closed at Winchester from these vile scoundrels, and thu only and (1,000 tons burthen. Mr. J. D. Ilenslj' contemplates build- 8,000 last Kriday. During the entire three way to put a stop to it is to swing them ing a At the invitation of Mr. Damn, her first new residence in the nenr future. lays of the session the good people of up. The Xnws is not in favor of mobs engineer, I visited the engine-rooIt Mr. Lee Dishop did an excellent job of was a new and an interesting sight to mo. Winchester wero untirinjr in their ef- nnd we would not be understood as adforts to entertain. Right royally did vocating them, but there are ciscs which painting on Coleman Haswell's residence Tho shaft that turns the screw is over Conductor Petu Finnegan of tho L. II. two feet in diameter and is turned in its they greet the members of the press, and are justifiable and this was one of them & AV. has gone to AVisconsin to visit his bed ns rapidly and smoothly as a knitour stay in the beautiful and progressive clearlv. family for a short time. little city of the "blue grass" will long ting needle, nnd thus drives the screw-tha- t be remembered. Each day there was sends the vessel through the water The railroad law suit will be argued HowVThis! something new and the occasion was one before Judgo McDcath in Louisville on at the rate of seventeen miles an hour. AVe oiler One Hundred Dollars reward continued round of pleasure from the for any case of caUirrah that cannot be the Third of this month. The apointnicnts of the vessel for the commencement until the close of the cured by taking Hall's Catarrah Cure. Mrs. Tom Khodes was prostrated by entertainment of her passengers nro meeting. At Lexington on Wednesday F. J. Ciik.vby k Co., Drops, Teledo, Q. the heat last Sunday evening and is in splendid. The cuisine and servico are we were met by the reception committeo distinctively German. Tlio principal AVe, tho undersigned have known F. J. a very critical condition. from AVinchester. Here thu occupation of the day is eating, brenk-faCheney for the last 15 years, and believe Miss Maud Miller, who has been absilver band joined us, and taking a spec- him perfectly honorablo in all business nt H, lunch at 10;30, luncheon at 12, sent for some time in Mississippi is visit-hBURAS. BIG SPRING. ial car provided by tho N. X. and 31. V. transaction, and financially able to lunch at :i:'0, dinner nt G and supper at Articles of Incorporation. carry relatives and friends here. i) o'clock. railroad, we arrived at Winchester an out any obligations made by their firm. No one could complain of AVont Amos favor us with another of Harvest is about oyer. B tt known that II. A. Oelie, Cb. 11. Notice The law firm of Murray & either tho variety or quality of tho food. hour later. Hacks and buggies w ere in AVEsnt Tiurx, AVholosalo Druggists, Mr. Frank Morton, of Bewleyville, was Sklllman, A. h. 0elx, C. V. Moorman, 0. T. his letters? Mercer is hereby dissolved by mutual waiting at the depot and tho party was Teledo, O. W.u.w.vu, Ki.vvax & AVe were nine days reaching Drcmcr-haveSklllman, VT. (J. Smart, Jai. T. Sklllmnn, 0. Marvin, Mrs. AVin. Shrewsbury nnd son, Elza, in our town tho other day. M. Uullltt and A. D. Ukllluian, hava this day Murray & Mkuckii. consent. driven to the hotels. AVinchester was in AVholesale druggists, Teledo, O. tho port of tho City of Dreincn AVhere aro those prognostics who said aiioclkted theutelve toirethtr, aa a body poll-tl- o aro visiting relatives here. holiday attire. Everybody was on the Tho Sunday School nt the M. E. church nnd one and one-hahours by mil from and corporals under tbo coiporate nanio of Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internthnt this summer would bo bo pleasant ? Bivon Tucker wentyollnrdin Cloverport 1'lpo initio-- . hit Dcauuiiu streets were ally, acting directly iiikjii the blood and South will commence hereafter nt U Dremen. At Dreinerhaven I was met by accompany his sister, Mrs. Friday to Mr. Bramblette, of Nolin, Hardin coun- "Thocorp'-rat- company l.tne Company," and aid shall have perpetual alive with the mirth and gaiety of the mucous surfaces of the system. Dicliardson, ty, hns o'clock p. in. instead of 2 o'clock ns Mr. AVm. E. Noltcnius, also his brother n coino down to work on Joiur iucceton ; ihall bare power to me and bs home. city, and the press gang felt that it was anil wife and two sons. They gave me n lueJ by Iti corporate name, to have a common sent free. Price 7."et ner bottle. heretofore. Bichanlson's house. teal and pleasant to be there. At two o'clock Sold by all druggists. at pleamre, to Dev. Dicliardson preaches at Now warm reception into Germnny. Mr. Mr. Morris Doard will be at home toTank Carmnn, tho boo man received contract,alter the tame imnsfor properly make acquire and real the doors of the opera bouse were thrown Salem to day. He is very popular with notico from his Noltcnius lived nt Hawesvillc. day. Do has resigned his position in Undo Sam that 1m wna and perioral, and iball poueaa the tame powers open and the Convention was called to AVe camo together to Dremen nnd our people nnd a big crow d is in aa private BRANDENBURG. Louisville mid will go into the bank here exacted. going to give bun n pension of $1000 cash ral tuch roipccta no more. Individuals or natuperjons and onler by I'resident Johnson. Capt. Leo went sight-seein- g during Saturday. Tho Mrs. Thiirmnn Dicliardson, pi Cccilinn and $800 n month in future. as soon ns It opens for business. 2d The principal place ol trnntactlng the Agent & Corrcsp'nt Hathaway, of AVinchester, delivered the John T. Ditto, Dremen Anstellung is going on. This is was visiting her sick father at'the time of Mr. Fred Fr.iize, of McDaniels, was in Our Bewleyville corresiiondcnt is about business oT mid company fhnll be Cloverport, breckenridge County, siuto or Kentn ky. address of welcome, which was respondan Industrial Exposition such ns we his deatli and remained until nfter tho the city Monday. He reported Mr. right when 3. The general Mr. I). C. Turrentine is in town. ed to on behalf of the members by Col. hao in America. AVo visited the ex- burial at the old AVilson burying ground ter "stay nt he says that the boys had bet- (aid company shall nature nf jhe business of be the buying und selling James Parsons of that locality who has home" nnd quit playing base-bal- l, E. I'olk Johnson. The afternoon was J. S. Moremen was in town from Cory-do- n position, which is very lino nnd gives Thursday. of natural gas nud oils j lurnitbing the lame to been quite ill for some weeks ns somethen they would not always be g private iuillvlduili, companies and corporathen devoted to the business of the AsSunday. one nn idea that Germany is n great na Jf tlio waters will only keep full til what Improved. tions, transporting the sauio in mains, pipes, of their hurt finirers. sociation. The election of ollicers was tion. Saturday afternoon finds us in a nfter Miss Fannie Clarkson, of Dig Spring, tubes or otherwise through towns, elite, vilthe first Monday in August the Mr. Monroe gave the lady members of carriage on tho way to the village An interesting and exciting game of lages and private and public property) furnith-in- z begun, Urey AVoodson, of the Owens-bor- o is visiting the Misses Woolfolk. of heavily loaded Depublican boat will not base ball was played the other day bethe dramatic company a feast of ice cream Dorgfeld, five miles out from lame lor beulintr or illuminatingo nunniei Messenger, was elected president of Dremen, bo so likely to run aground i . .1 Dr. W. 15. 1'usey, of Louisville, and T. and milk shako last Monday night. auu n..i going up Salt tween the Hardin county boys uiimg uji apparatus Mr. where tho Noltcnius country seat is the nssociatin.il for the ensuing year, and L. I'usey, of Chicago, and the quire, bold and uwn such tuerrlur anu to and property, real river on her nnnunl trip from old Breck- High Plains club. are in town. Monroe is a jolly good fellow with located. Harry Summers, of the Eliabethtown Score High Plains 8, personal us said company shall u em necessary enridge. Miss Stella Ouerbaeker, of Louisvillu, superb intentions and never docs anyHardin county boys 2. Better quit boys. to and for the business and to convey or trans-le- r News, Ono that never has been in it foreign Mr. Henry is visiting Miss the same at pleasure ; to arqulre, erect, AVo learn that our friend Nellie Itichardson. thing by halves. and old neighThompson, of the I'aducah News, was land nnd been there nlono can appreciThere has been established a new nost- - build, hold and own or bold by lease such bor, Billy Tate, of Custer is doing well in ofllco near High Mrs. II. C. Itaw lings has returned from elected secretary, and Cncle Den HarMr. Felix Monroe has moved into his ate tho feelings of n person when lie is Plains, similar in sound manufactories and operate same, as said com pany may wntcn natural gas or oil rison, of the Henderson Journal, treas- a visit to relatives in Hardin county. new store house. Ho has a confectionery warmly welcomed nnd ushered into an the bcu business, nnd is selling honey to nnd meaning to thnt of "Loves Abode" are used oruesire, in or products utiltied therefrom are urer. On Thursday the Association was Miss Nannie McCause, of Elizabeth-tow- and bakery combined and all very nicely elegant home nnd taken by the hand in his numerous customers ns though ho near Bums. This created or manufactured ; and to transact and e isgoing to ben cared not for tho sweet himself, but wo yen important conduct tbe business of buying, selling, transgiven an excursion over the Kentucky is visiting Miss Dettie Clarkson. fitted up. He runs an ice cream parlor the manner thnt tells you that ho words ofllcq.nnd we want n first porting and inanufactrlng with and from gas think he does nnd nlso for nearly all class I'liion railroad to Clay City. This is a Ice cream, milk shake nnd of welcomo wero genuine Mrs. It. S. Clarkson, of Dig Spring, vis- up stairs. Such there has been soveral and oils. . little manufacturing town situated about ited her sister, Mrs. J. F. 4. Tbe capital stock rhalt be three thoulemonade can be had at his establish was my welcome to tho Noltcnius other eatables. applications for the office, but wo are inAVooIfolk, Suntwenty miles from AVinchester. AVheat harvest over. ment all hours of tho day. Mr. C. 0. Pile clined to think Jesse B. Trent, of Custer, sand fire hundred dollars, paid dp and nonhouse, an elegant country sent of twenty It was day. assessable but the same may be increased at first intended that the trip should exacres of ground devoted to trees, shrub- our most extensive nnd most successful will bo the man. any time by vote of the majority of the capital It would be gratifying to the SuperMr. Al Dishop, of Louisville, was visitto Jackson, in Dreathett county, tend stock to any sum not exceeding twenty thouwheat raiser has tlio best crop in tlio AVo wero surprise'd the other dav to re ing relatives hero several days last intendent of the M. E. church South bery, drives, walks, flowers, with a but owing to a iiiisunderstam i ig with vicinity. His wheat is reiuarkahly clear ceive a special "Tnvito" to n surnriso wed- - sand dollars ($20,000) and shall be paid In on Sunday School if tho attendance would stream running in front, whero boats of week. iuo can vi mo uircciors. the railroad management we didn't go 5. The incorporators different size and style Ho moored of smut, cheat or other injurious growth. ding out on tho Plains near here. It director for the first yearshall be the board of .Airs. W. II. Hichnrdson and family, of increase over what it has been forseveral farther than Clay City. Here we arand until their suctho pleas- Ho promises to give us his experience of was that of Miss Eva .Martin, ono of High cessors are elected Sabbaths past. The members havo been readv to accommodate and qualified. are spending the summer rived jtlsiut noon and the editors witure seeker in that way. Two spacious the crop which may interest your farmer Plains' fairest belles and Mr. Otto Trent, dropping out for several weeks without 6. The corporation shall commence upon nessed the substantial growth of an here. of Custer, n most promising young man. the filing or these articles for record and shall any apparent reason for it. He desires houses lie near each other and on nn em- readers before sowing time this fall. Mr. James Haw es, of Louisville, was years thereEastern Kentucky town in earnest. The inence overlooking n largo valley or "With our able editor of the Nkws, D. Tlio wedding took place nt tho High endure tor a period of twenty-fiv- e all to attend regularly. after. principal feature of the town, however, the guest of his sister, Airs. I). AV. Lewis, plain in front, to which tlio stream forms E Mocracy authority on tlio tariff which Plains church, Sunday 29th. "Key. Ed. 7. The affairs of said corporation sba'll be . :.. . I ; , .....I nun 41 unjeci which we were in- Sunday. border. This homo is fit- ho so plainly presents, nnd John Mon- King officiating. In Memory of little Rosie Yeakel. a ribbon-lik- e A"e cannot help con- manage! lor the first year by tbe Incorporators, and thereafter by a, board of directors of npt vited out to inspect, was the large saw Mr. Brandenburg, of Chicago, is visitLittle Dosie Yeakel, infant daughter of ted up nnd kept to yield pleasure to its arch on tho stump tho Democracy of gratulating Mr. Trent on winning such n less than five nor more than seven stockholders ami planing mill of the Kentucky Cnion ing his uncle, Mr. John Frakes, at the Eddie and Ella Yeakel May joy bo theirs tlio to be elected dlrec.ors by the holders of tbe left fond nnd lov- people, not as a more stopping place, as Breckenridge is a "goin' to git thnr" a handsome prize. capital stock, who shall he elected annually et Company. It is the largest institution St. Cloud Hotel. flying nnd don't you forget it for n single rest of their days. ing hearts one short w eek ago, fora home too many of our American houses aro. and on the anniversary of tne organltatlon of of tho kind in the South and will repay a A rare bird was seen in tlio suburbs of the company under these articles. There aro fivu Noltenius brothers and minute. Miss A'iolet Dennett, of Louisville, is beyond the sky. Only a littlo while was Tbe direcisit from any one. The saw mill covers spending several weeks a president, here, the guest this precious bud lent to gladden the ono sister, all over 00 years of ago, nnd J. D. Shrewsbury and Miss McCIure of this town n fow days since, which is tor iball elect of their cumberand shall an. and treasurer thirteen acres of ground. It consumes of Miss Agnes Mnliii. h arts and home of n young mother nnd you never saw five healthier, jollier or Lcitchfield, wero tied in matrimony's thought to bo n California Partridge. Tho point a secretary, and such other officers .as .')(X) saw logs daily and cuts L'AO.OOO feet of more vigorous men. Three of them nro holy bonds on the back and tail wero colored like a pigeon, tbey may deem proper or may be provided for Miss Mary Stuckey, who lias been vis- father and loving grand-parentA They return lumber. It is a marvelous "concern and in the The terms of all months did she blossom and bloom bachelors and livo together at this homeiting the Misses Herndon, has returned homo after spending n fow days tail spread and longer thnn ours, wings be one year or until their successorofficers shall there is not another mill anything like it lo her home in stead, ono lives in Dremen and ono in with Ilouia's many friends marked like our partridge, black throat, or appointed and qualified. Any are elected only to fade and pcrisli here, to he transLouisville. here, nil "of officer may in the South. Clay City iii itself is an tailoring down to a brown, plume on his be removed at anytime for misconduct by the Messrs. A. AV. Moroinen, Chape.e planted to a purer, holier clime, thero to Bremenhaven, but they wero all nt their whom nro fascinated by tho charming board of directors, and their successor appointattractie little place ami convinces one country home, nnd from Saturday even- - one of his heart's choice. May future head. Ho mado tho same noise ns those ed by Juch board. Watlicn and E. II. Shcllman are nt bloom forever nnd forever in the presence t... in "r i .. . on a slight survey of the surroundings of Him who loveth His own. How hard mg iu .iiuiiiiay morning no soul was ever years' bring naught but a continuation of we have. It was alone, but two others 8. The highest amount of indebtedness or French Uck Springs for several weeks. invited to ",iiIav Konlf" nnK. !... ...:.... what enterprise ami capital will accomV"J"J wv' it was to realize that littlo Dosie was U'lUI. It U'na a royal l"tu VI1UII 1IIIIJU tho happiness which is now so richly have been seen in a milo or two of this llubllity to which Bald corporation shall sub, welcome, rovnllv Miss l'latte. one of Kansas City's most Ject Itself at anytime shall not exceed two-- 4 plish in a short time. The town was place. leaving such love, such nflection. Itu nnl-theirs. extended. Tim old limnn AVhy thirds ot its fully paid up capital stock. laid out about a jear ago and has a bank, charming young ladies, was tho guest of should ash and elms, its winding walks umi 9. The private property of the stockholder she, the darling and jct of a hapDied On tho morning of tho'2otli,Mr. STATEMENT the Misses Lewis several days last week. u number of business houses and handshall be exempt from corporate debt. will long livo with mo ns Cluirles Tucker, nfter protracted py home, be so suddenly stricken by wnrbling-bird- s, a. illness Of the Condition or tho RrocklH-rldff- o 10. Said corporation shall have power to a pleasant rememhernnco of how Gersome residences that would be a credit J. Stuart Owings, who has been in cruel death ? Those young parents Uuiik, Clovcrnert, K-.- , at the make and establish all were mans live, enjoy their homes nnd wel- Early in tho spring typhoid fever attackto many towns of niuch longer years Nebraska for several months, returned so ImjuikI up in that littlo clone of IIiiNiiienx Juuv 30(h, 1890. regulation deemed expedient In therule and manageed him, but nfter a while ho aroso superlife, were striv- come their guests. ment of their afialrs, not inconsistent with tbe in the Slate. In their "pleasure Sunday and is now with his brother, ASSKTN. I will go to Berlin ing so ardently to keep her for their own thence to ior to it, it seemed was free from its Notes and Dills Diroounted.,.., .$100,023 67 constitution and law of this ttate or of the jaunts out from Winchester the editors Mr. Isaac Owings. e that when the dangers, nnd his friends thought his res- liank Fixtures and Furniture.. ebbed out nnd Hamburg, and will write you from Hiim-bur. 2,572 35 United State. I), u. m. were gi sen an opportunity to see many 11. The shares and interest of tbe stockBanking House and Lot . Quarterly Meeting will bo held at the they saw her fall asleep in Jesus, the an 3,335 U s toration to health n certalnity. A holder shall be transferable, but only on the Over Draft .. .2,l:0 31 siu h tow ns as Clay City situated along Methodist church Worth Knowing- next Saturday hiu! guish of those hearts cannot bo describee'. ngo the second nttack camo to Suspended Debt book of the company and In such manner a .,. 130 85 the arious lines of railroads that have Sunday. Presiding Elder Drowder will All the kindness of friends, the attention 25,88 04 snan o prescribed by tbe IIuoiiks' Tos'ic Tho old time, reliable which ho at last succumbed. The sorrow Bonds- been recently built in that section. It be in attendance. Due from' Bank Witness tbe signatures or the parties this the 32,039 38 of physicians, the ministering of loving remedy for Fever nnd Ague. stricken members of tlio now broken Cash on hand Deputa22,615 57 12th day or My. A. D. 1890. seems man clous to think of the strides A protracted meeting is in progress hands could not stay the dread inesscn-ge- r tion earned by Thirty years success. You family have our heartfelt sympathy in II. A. Oelxe, llns section is making and has made in Total sent for littlo Dosie. Her tiny hands can depend ujion it. Tuv It! Dnua- - this their great loss. Not only they, but Com. B. Sklllman. $249,081 24 hero at the Methodist church, conducted general development and solid, substanA. B, Sklllman, the neighborhood loses in the death of an Capital Stock I.IAUIMTIKN. $45,100 00 by Dev. E. II. Morrison, the pastor, as- clasiwd lenutiful white buds emblematic- ai8T8 HAVE IT. O. T. Sklllunn, tial improvement, rulimited capital is sisted by Dev. al of Iioik) Iwyond tho grave. The little upright christian gontleinan, ono whom Deposits A. L. Uelte, Stainpen. 180,813 41 pouring into it and extending to the Basin Spring Farm. 'C, AV, Moorman, .' 19,000 00 friends wero many, who had no enemies, Surplus Fund Dev. AV. K. Penrod, of Cloverport, mound where she sleeps was covered by - 2,533 23 mountainous region which is fast develJ. T. Sklllmnn, EniTon I notico and enjoyed the esteem nnd confidence Undivided Profits lloral offerings placed by loving friends Dividend No. 32, duo July 2nd W. G. Smart,-- . oping great stores of mineral and agri- preached two Very interesting sermons and yet, in your last issue nn niticlo from your of nil who knew him. 1890 ' C. M. Bullitt. dear friends in your deep grief, 1,801 00 cultural wealth. This is particularly at the Daptist church last Sunday. They in your loneliness and Taxes duo July 1st, 1890 410 60 gloom, I would Duwloyvillo correspondent on tho beneMore nttention is. given to honey prowero enjoyed very much by all who uiliiablo to AVinchester as she is in a gently remind you that your babe's brief fits of railroads, in which reference is duction now than over before. Total heard them. $249,661 24 Almost measure the gateway to the mountain stay on earth was not in vain. Thero is made to tho increased vnluo of tho Dasin every farmer has hislittlecplony of closely 1, A. B. Sklllman. cashier of the nbrtvo nam Mr. AVhitesides, who for a number of Spring Farm. I agree with him entirely " addition to being situated on JrcK'on- Bank do solemnly swear that the above nothing, no nothing, innocent or good 9lMTw?AZU)M watched bees. Some station their boys ed "jt wo trunk roads thero are several short years has been living with Mr. D. T. nu aa4 KKKTOIW fnxQffi that dies and is forgotten. Littlo Dosie, and would bo glad to realize tho hand- to watch tho hives, others induce tlio statement i truo to tbo best of my knowledge lYirrai AT UHM . UO T"T and belief, lines passing through Winchester in dif- Owings, of Wolf Creek, was ovcrcomo by dying in some profit ho figures for me. I have no .. . X. "WWHW her cradle, will nlways live in good housowifo to sit on that sido of tho A, D. SKILLMAN, Cashter. r4Krr."2KKS-r?f.- "i heat last Friday and died in a few hours tho ferent directions, which will ultimately TivTr-.-"TTT1 hearts of those who loved her here. doubt that tho farm is worth that much house with her knittjng, whilo others rews. KBMuunauars &K5C Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this the St. u a Al add largely to her population mid wealth, after being found. WrttoMMui. 1st day or July, 1890. Forgotten ! Littlo Doslo Yeakel ever for- more per ncro than when I bought it, main from church dn'Strndny to l(Mdt)Sn. sco that Mr. Jobn T. Ditto, who has been travbefore many years. Her system of but tho facts in tho caso nro that as I am 0.5,1. v. CHAS. B. SKILLMAK, N.PB.O. gotten? No! sho will ever live in your tho swarm gets not awoy. If tho gentlo macadimi.ed roads which lead to and eling throughout Central Kentucky, in nflections to urgo you to live purer, bet- very anxious to sell I am asking- - no Ad- western brcczo bears to your car tho un! from the city in every direction is an- tho interest of tlio vance whatever. Tea ter lives, to fit you to reign with Your corrcsjiondent timely ringing of the farm hell by colicky her in forgets During my abiense my son, II. 0. Murray, and Codec- - Pot, has returned home to other imjiortunt public enterprise which that when I bought the farm it jerks, bo ueaven. Of every tear shed on tho l authorised to colle t money assured that tho swarm is out. due. All perhas served to build her up and make her siend a few days. son Indebted will please settle with him graves of pur loved ones somo good is contained 125 acres. Since then I have If this is soon augmented by a at chorus of 0D0- surroundings attractive and beautiful. Thu extreme heat of tho last few' days born, somo higher, D. It. Nuuiuy, nobler hopes nro sold I'OO acres unimproved for considor-nbl- y cow and sheep bells, which joined by Cloverport, Ky. Attorney at Law. All of these things thu editors, during has lvstilled very dlsasteronsly to foveral created. May lesa than tho nverago cost price- per the death of your little the clashing together of tinware is to be GONSUMPTIONIGOUIMmCOU their three day's stay, were given ample farmers throughout thu county. bubo "hind you closer, closer" to Him acre, leaving 223 acres with all tho im ns quickly drowned by tho howl PUBLIC SPEAKING. of tho BRON CH ITI? Throat Affoctlen time to study and inspect, and to profit provements nnd advantages. The price coino from all parts, of tho county who said, "Sufler tho little ones to The County candidates for tlio s evcra awakened dog whoso melody is put to I coino I ask; for Waiting of 71sh ofllcoH will address by observation. On Friday they took a of tho loss of horses by being overcome SCROFULA tho 223 acres I own now is "to me." Miss HattJo. tho people of Breck-enridg- o trip over the Kentucky Cmftral railroad by heat. simply tho amount left after deducting flight by the screaming of children ns a Ol anyVUenn wtun the Throat and I.ungt county at tho following times and fow of the stray bees closely interUow to Hooncsboro on the Kentucky river. art Inflamed, Lack of BtrtnQlh or Xtrv from the originnl cost of tho entire farm, Fourth of July Excnrsion. places : Thomas Crittenden Hurray. Thero was nothing at this point espec- tho amount I rcnliSed for tho 200 acres them. Yes, if you hear nil of this bo not Tovtir, you can (x rdltiei and Cured ty The Steamer Jnmes Guthrie on her up iuattingly, Tuesday, July 8. firightcned, hut quitch expect to see the It Is sad to record tho death of littlo trip, July 1th, will n I). Hock Vale. Wndnouilnv ially attractive Jt being a place, how-ove- r, sell Bound Trip tick- - sold. This littlo problom In urithinetlq fleeing bees pass over you soon to tho McDaniels, Friday, of great historic interest, it was tho Thomas Crittenden, son of Hon. David ets to Louisville nnd New may not interest many of your readers, 11. Albany at Ono "West View, Saturday, chagrin of tho pursuing owners who 12. fc. It. Murray, which occurred on tho, 20th Faro desiro of many to visit it. Tho AVinchebut tho article referred to might mislead for tho Bound Trip. Doat will arIIiKfeonvillc, Wednesday. 1(1. nfter a fow miles go home to help off the ster citizens had gono to JJooncsboro in instant at.4 p. in. Tho liftle fellow; was rive at Louisville at 7:0Q o'clock a. in., somo intending purchaser, consequently next swarm. 17. Big Spring, Friday, years old and a July nth, nnd lenvo I mnko tho above explanation. advance, with n dinner prepared and nfoout two and one-ha18. Loulsvillo nt 1:00 Clarfleld, Tuesday, spread upon the ground. Aftr'nfeast vory bright and engaging child. Tho o'clock p. m, This offers a To Dispel Colds, 22. AV. AV. AVlLLIAMS, splendid ExJJowIeyvllle, Wednesday, 23. Headaches nnd Fevers, to cleanse tho PURE of good things in thu eatable line, tho nbscnt father in Europo is In ignorancQ cursion Trip on the river LIVER OIL Webster, Thursday, Tho Pansy for July filled, as usual, .with music and 21. system effectually, yet gently, when party Inspected many things of historic of the Illness nnd death of hi, child, and dancing, and a day In tho city, all at Clifton Mills, Friday, 23. With XypopbocpfciUtg. a with delightful reading and attractive will bo until letters rtnveylng the sad very small costive or bilious, or when tho blood is Union Star, Saturday, again returned to AVincheand at). cost. C'omo, make tho Trip pictures. No purer or better reading PALATABLE MILK. Mooleyville, Wednesday, impure or sluggish, or permanently euro he lwa tho witli us. . ster. Tho grand ball at night wound up Inforoiatibn reach him. can bo put into the children's hands. BoU'a Jfotu'stort, mnd f t Stepheiieport, Thursday, Atitr XI. habitual constipation, to awaken tho flanoUi oi tho festivities. All in all, tho AVinches syniimtlfyjof the' community, aW tho induct you i llelittan Tlio 1'ansy k Intendld for Sunday m well Cloverport, Friday, Attcwt I, kidneys and Hver'to a Jwalthy activity, tttttft m ttdttUute, Havo your Job work tlono at this office as week-da- y ter meeting was an enjoyable affair and Nkwh; tenders. Jf wfyi diwrity and reading. llardlBeurgtwrilsiijuetll. $1.00 a year. witliout tJM by mil irritating or weakningthem, usfe with many pleasant fuel- - truth, in tho latest style and designs. MtentiPfficd ', D. Lothrop Company, iHiblishere-TJosto- h Speaking to eommAe promptly t 1 lynip of Fijjti, 04.TT A BOWNChonfata, W.Y, o'clock p, n. . Mall mil Biurets eolnir Knit ti West express Kait 9 AS I.., St. tt. & T. Local Time Card. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. n.ro. a.m. dent. .Vg, has already been said, tlictto minimi prcn meetings nro not held altogether fqr business, neither are they exclusively for pleasure, hut mixed up with a little of both, they aro jiecullarly delightful. The next session will bo held at Pmluenli, and when the gang swoops down upon that city you can bet that editor Thompson and his brcthcrcn of the city prow will have everything in apple-pi- e order or know the reason why. HARD1MSBURG DEPARTMENT, FXOM ACROSS THE WATERS. 1 ' V. fi.HAKHAeiK ItYtl lloKiid Rxctcrr BUVDAV. - . - - . TIME TABLE Na. I. STATIONS. Irvtnjttnn 11.30 i.u.I.v... Irvlngtnn Junction 11.35" llarfleld 12.40 1.05 Ilarned daily DAILY KCKPT FUXDAY. D. B, Xnrray Arrives Safe And or Hon. Receives a Royal Welcome. ' Drrmkx. Juno lllh. K!10. fil ItiMmi n,., Vfa Kit B 1 ,.'T iimjfcis VEX S 9 com-plainin- l at f U 4 o. f sea-sic- L to-da-y. 'Tis a Buyers Boom The Busiest, Best and 'Blessedest Boom you ever aw. We are making1 Special concessions for tfo'dArduring the Summer Months. m No Slaughter of oddtnd Wds you understand, but an all around letting to figures. THE BEST IN THE HOUSE IS YOUBS, AT LOW SUBOfEB PRICES. We mean Business and we Boom Business, this means A. good stock, a lull itock of fresh and seasonable goods. sr k r . WALL STEEET, st CLOVERPORT, KY. ft er n, 4 J lf t Test!-iiionnl- !$! C- 'A r3 n, post-offic- jwst-maste- r, . mi-iii.ii- i.i 1 r- - s. few-sho- s. to-da- y is X o by-la- life-titl- g. BnBUF s. i l)i k Vs. ' i : DuuKKEN-iiinueNEW- FOR KEN 0 HLY! lJ ww (. $? 1 i. k v f - . - If You Have JNotice ' A4 Dc-por- SCOTT'S COD At -- rwawf.- . ; .M J lf EMULSION or Jtugfttt. , -- f i u i J-- , 4fiy. c A , M,, '- -' r lllMrtll.l llfljl " t . - 1 ytqB. f. r T. Vi HW, wm W',-- " - K " " .. ... ..,. Tit 1 1 1 1 1 - .. i .. . .... 11 r "T ' ' "fi-rrfv- ri HRqs LOCAL BREVITIES. Wo maUepriccs. that diakc. fricntis. THE BLACK BRUTE. Meets His Just Reward by tho Hands OfaKob. -- tit n rrn ttttt UP IN THE NINETIES in rTi t i i i 11 i i n ! - i i i ' I Thursday evening, his examining trial wns had before Polico Judgo Falrleigh SAN FKANCISC . (Mi. new rone, .r. lomvitu, ky. and lie was remanded io jail to await the action Nof tho grand jury and his CLOVERPORT, KY. - - -- ' - - Branch Houso, HARDINSBURG, KY. Win. K. Darnel, John Allen Murray, ball fixed at $2000. Jewelry Ilardlniburg. Cloverport. There was intense indignnton over the Grocery crime, and all through the day there were MURRAY & BARNES, rumors that tho law would not bo per- WATCHES, CLOCKS AND EVVELRY, A-t- -t -Jmitted to meto out its punishment, but' FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, Ilardlniburg and Cloverport, V that a mobw'ould seo justico done him Musical Merchandise .' t? Kentucky. C That night proved that these rumors Provisions, Confections, and Sewing Machinos. were not without foundation, for about 0 o'clock, while every ono in town were Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. is?. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY still nwake, n mob of about so'vcnty-flv- o 1 ,' HARDINSBURd, KY. men arrived and went directly to tho jail ' (urray Bnrnci Court Square nnd demanded tho prisoner. The ofliccrs Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. both sheriffs and tho jailor did everyW. MILLER,. thing in their power to deter the mob, except resorting to force which would only have caused additional trouble and CLOVKIU'OKT, KY. loss of life. Tho leaders of tho mob 3?-i5sh found the jail keys and took out the ;IfirOnico with I). It. Murray- - near- - Post ' jVofllco. prisoner, lie was placed in a spring wagon and taken to. n point in Breeken-ridg- e Iff. county, near Mount Merino church where ho. was hung to a tree. Nothing that over happened aroused Office over Wchhnhon'g JIarduarc store. sucl indignation among tho people as this crime, and tho universal opinion is, CLOVERPORT. KY. $220. punishment would havo been too , V. 8. TAYLOR. The Tar Springs will bo open for visi- that no J. C. UUHII, 4. It. tors on the 1th.. A .largo delegation is severe for tho perpetrator. L."VK BEWLEYVILLE. WEBSTER. & ekpected from Owcnsboro nnd other on the road. The train will leave points Ain't it hot is the way people greet Oat crop is a failure in this section. the Short lino depot at 8 a. m.; returning ROCKVALE. each other these days. will leavo tho Springs 5 p. in. Faro for Irvington will celebrate tho Fourth. Jewelry Storo Over Zulaufa trip .only 23 cents. Corn nnd tobacco look well whpro the v.. Wheat harvest is over, with almut n nuPMRnnnn kv. the round c.n.i;trfC, Mr. Jim Owen is very sick. ' "ground was worked in.tho proper time. Little Tom Maltinglv, son of Bichard half crop. : Land of Goshen como again. , Mattingly, whllo drawing water at BulL'ayno it Compton have just recieved n v - 0. M Sipcs, son of Clmrloy Slpes, his footwell last H.TXi'v KDCPWMRTnT? NRWS litt'sand fell to Saturday, misseddistance of MreG. A. Fishor hns returned from of Milton Tuesday morn- ear load of merchandise. near Garfield, died-las- t ing the bottom, a Irvington. " A. G. Frymiro and R." I). St Clair Tho only thing that saved him ' ing. 35 feet. ; UK ' Mrs Suo Moorman has returned from from drowning was the roix attached to other are attending the Normal school at I met Mre. Wllia Harrsion tho WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1890. jthc bucket which ho held to until some Webster. day, hereon n visit. She says Mr. H. is Hardinsburg. went down after him. Ho was not 0110 Miss Llssa McGavoek will visit Miss Cragg & Co., of Louisvile, aro loading in Denver. nt all alarmed at his pcrillious situation, Lutia Moorman soon. HAWESVILLE. nnd unconcerned but camo out as quiet Dr. Preston Foote, and his brother, hickory hero. Messrs Dr. Dempster and May, havo as though nothing unusual had happeneAdkisson it Lyddan havo just recieved Gerard, will mow together about eighty W. S..Stcrctt, of Louisvi!lo,vas In tha. d- Jlo recioved only a slight bruse returned from Irvington. 4f a car load of farming implements. of grass. , from the full, Miss Fannio Green, of Louisville, is .acres -- . f city Sunday,. AVo will have a new school houso this . Jf ;" f Misses Ada and Bettio Drury, who visiting nt Dr. Dempster's. JIalcomU-Yca'maof Heml lIon. v, UNION STAR. last fall, ono fall. . 1. l.tit e,sw D.....1A.. -- .ti.Iil Rov. B. A. Dawes filled Rev. Hold's havo' been' from homo sincq k. ' Tho Fisher heirs havo good news from to tho upper end arid .the other to the - pulpit tho third Sunday. Marion. Mr. J. E,aMonarch was in .town Snturtheir German estate. ' We hope tho young gentleman is in lower end of this State, have roturned. " Jns. Lyddan, of tho firm of Adkisson & : The reason 'Squire Footo's oats are Ernest about his Mill(s). guest of Judco K. Y. Bush Sunday. .MrjD. 8. Bichardson was in Louisgood is because he sowed them tho 13 of Lyddan, is in tho city purchasing goods. Miss Annio Dean has returned from ,urs. Biias Baker and her daughter, Mre. ville last week,-',-, "pi. Webster wants an February when tho ground was in better stand and Louisville, Wedding Bells. Willie Baker, have returned from NashMiss Ella Boot has returned home from condition than it over was afterwards un- soda fountain. Miss Fannio Green, of Louisville, is ffe':- - "4. very ill. ville. The latter is til it was too lato to sou oats. MitchcHThd.f whero she has boon attenThis city has mado a rapid growth in visiting at Mr. R. G. Robertsons. The Cannclton paper mill owned by ding school.. Tlio very hot weather, with showers tlio last decade, as will bo shown in the Mrs. W. V. Wortham and children Meyere & Co., burned up last Friday J"" is making crops grow fast, and tho farm- census report. Miss Salho Biphanlson spent last week will return to Lcitchfleld Friday. night. Loss of building and contents lose timo now will. get behind in 'Louisville, tho guest of her sister, Mrs Tho school board has employed Adol-pjiu- s jRov. J. D. Duncan, Falls of Rough, ers that nlwut $12,000 with $5,000 insurance quick. Tliis thing of losing every SaturE, D. Bichardson. G. Frymiro to teach the district fill Rev. Reid's pulpit next Sunday. will Origin of tho lire was unknown. tiio farm is getting too school Miss Jessio Mercer, of Hardinsburg, day evening from the coining term of 1890. Tho AVcstoji Coriibinatioh.'.Show exGocring Opera house was a scene of in this county. hero Inst Fri- visited at Mr. W. J. Dean's last week common last Wednesday night when hibited gaiety on Wheat harvest has advanced far Mr. John Owen wns sovcrly kicked by tho elito of tho city gathered to enjoy a day and Saturday niglits and gave excel, enough for mo to seo that my cstimato of a mulo last week, but is, able to bo out lent satisfaction. few hours of festive dancing. two per cent, was to high. Crops are runPure Ilred Derkiblro Pigs, all agti. Eligible Quarterly meeting was held hero last again. Thrco .horses died in tho Skillnum ning from six and seven to ten Bushels to registry. Owing to tho absence of tlio pastor, For 1'rlcci nnd other information adilren neighborhood last week from over work Saturday and Sunday by Itev. Myres and per acre. That isn't over half and hardly J. T. UoiuROS, ' r there wero no services at Goshen last that. From the same, Kcv. Browder. and excessive heat. JIardlniburg, Ky. Cross-e- n Sunday. qoun-t- y Mrs. G. It. Brunor and Mre. K. cause ono man in back part of tho Davis Johnson, of Botsiey viilo, lost his Moorman and Beeler have been in their littlo daughter Tuesday. Sho was seven attended thd"Entcrtqiitment nt lost a pair of fino .mules. . ' now storo houso several weeks and nro years old. Tho littlo thing lay for eight of libertywijl boab .The anniversary fcf'XK or nino weeks without any material Court land Crosson is at home after a doing a cash Biz. served in this part of tlio country in- - tne y.n, form of a picnic given itrtuo.court house stay of several weeks'in Lpujsvillq. Thatsamo young gentleman says ho chango taking no nourishment, most of is getting very impatient about "that tho timo only by injections. tho l)cncfit of Jho Methodist s. Miss Elira Brasbenr is visiting her FRUIT-TR- EES Young men professional ball player? double portion" of tho Fisher estate. V cnurcn. Clovcrportj' &rd Jns. Skilhnan . 11. I,n..n ' Sir m 01 Master Halo and littlo Miss Hannah aro liko professional card players, surMis Etta rarr of Moolpy villa is rounded by temptations that prevent returned from Middlesborough. sister 5lrs. J, It. Severs of this Dean, .of Owcnsboro, nro visititing their " grandparents, Mr. nnd Mre. W. J. Dean. them saving what they get and leading Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, IJepreBonativoG.AV. Norman and wife, place, v . . x " '. Mre. Hayden Webb, Mrs. Dr. Hugh that kind of a life that eventually comhomo "''of Henderson, County, &c. Full lino of small Fruits for Mr. Carl Bichardson is still on tho : Graham and littlo daughter, and Miss pels them io sihk in nearly every case, Friday. i sick list. Ho was obliged to return homo socially and financially. In following it Fall 1890. "Write for special prices Minnie Oflutt. of Louisville, are visiting from Tar Springs as they" wero not pre- at : at all you visit to excel, nnd if yon do Mr. Ford Owens. on lots. It will pay you to buy pared to accommodate visitors. then you nro gone. -- aG o'clock a. On Monday June lOtli, nt your trees at home. i, Mrs. Allco Mudd of Louisville is visit- m.,at tho residence of tho brldo's parents, Ojthp flies and candidates 1 1 f-Soda-as- h ing her sister Mre. R. A. Brashcnr, Works. ''Itainila veryi'much 'needed An Jtliis ' All stock warranted true to name. Mr. and Mre W. J. Dcano, Rov C. M. Messrs Bl'nln und Jinkins Lano.shippcd ."S f Tlio gentlemen having this mattor in community, Rcid nnd Miss Jennie Dean wero united a great deal of tohbacco during tho past in marriage, tho Rov. B. A. Dawes of chargo reported to a meeting of citizens M.r. will Morcmen, 01 uiovcrport, was two weeks. held on Fisher's corner last Thursday in town Sunday. Salvisa, Ky., officiating in a most beautiCLOVERPORT, KY. night, tho success of their negotiations. impressive manner, Tho attenof Hardinsburg, is Miss Norah Hall L. and N, Again After Our Road. ful nnd The The location of thcso works is secured dants wero Miss Mnggio Deano nnd Mr. visiting at the Jlennttt llouso. j l tTho Louisvillo CohiinerciaU of" yesteron ono condition only. Cun u-- tltow mlt Nelia Dean nnd Robertson, I It i8,th9uglt Uiq jwlicatcrop Jwilb bo day said tho L. and'N. nulroud was TomJunius Owon.MissImmediately after water in tujjicicnt quanliltat Of this wo ,,'! -X negotiating for tho purchase of tho L., Mr, very short, Oata tnotlerately good. ; St. L. and T. road in order to have a tho ceremony Rov. nnd Mre Reld took nil havo no doubt. But ns a business , Tho health ot tho town is exceedingly competing lino into St. Ixiuis with the the train nt Glendean for Lancaster and proposition bolief nnd supposition will good considering tho exceedingly warm Air Lino, which is now running thro' Lexington not do. Thoro must ho actual demonto bo alwent several weeks. areaclentincaUyand weather. It is the II. D.'b who go to trains over its own road to that city und Dk. of stration. To this end, n salt well is to carofully prepared prescriptions i lued for many Tlio attendants and quite n number paralleling tho L. and N. That its first watering places for health. In prlrato practice with uecej,and (oroTer arrangement to run a combination, train friends of the highly contracting parties brf Immediately "drilled on tlio proposed blrtyjrcaraiued by tlie people. Etery iluelo u a ipoolal euro (or tho dlteate uamed. .Mrs. Add Bennett will visit her par- over tlio L., St. L. and T. to Henderson accompanied them to Irvington and re- location. If salt wator is found as deTluwe specific cum without drusglnr. pursfallen through nnd that it was now Company nro to push ing or reducing tbe tjriteiu, and are lu (act and ents ia New Harmony,. Jnd., in a few Jiad evening train. On their sired, the Soda-astheaovorclgn. re ntedleaoftlm World. about to purchase tho McCrackon lino turned on tho great deed "days. nnd run its own trains through to St. return thoy will for tho presont mnko tho building of tho works, and a ,. vvw,,. r nir runurAi. nua Mr. Add Bennett is clerking on tho Louis by a very attractive routo only their homo nt Mr. Jesso I Owons. Wo industry will be immediately inauguratI'orera, rongeBiion. innammaiion,,,, Worm.. Worm Kever.Wonn Colic. longer thnn the Air Lino. wisli them a long life of happiness, thirteen miles Tell City. ed in our midst. This will bo followed vjrjinir voiiriu iiiviuium lutauM (Harrhen, ot Children or AdulU..., There must be soirio kind af a- deal on iriunu Vnnnln nnil KiiHn llrnHliniil. liraenterr, Orlplng, UIIlouiCoUc. Mr. Edgar Lewis', traveling salesman by other industrial enterprises nnd on tho streets have been spending thejast tw,oJ foot, as it was announced who brilliant futuro is assured. r C'oauha, Cold. llronchttU ,. hero yesterday that sovcral men had for a Cincinnati firm, Is visiting relatives Neurnliln, Toothache, laccache.... m ( iicudnclies.BlckHeadaclie, All honor to tho men representing, our Vertigo been laid of at the machine shops nnd a in tlio community," rff oaroute to Treston. - last week 5 ' a down citiaons for their zeal nnd enterprise nnd to learn that MfaaNolia'sliealOvs general cutting made. of tho working Huppreaaedrir Pnlnfiil 1'erloda. -forces would 'bo WkUea. too FrofuM l'ertod business sagacity who havo brought nenot luipnivcu ujj niu .ii. OrpHP. Conh, IUWcultBraathlBC.... BaakUa'B ArkiR lalve. ftaU kkeuw, U7ilpeUs.iIEiipttoBa. Mrs. Taylor Hanks, Mr. unar.uo vt. to the present favorable point. gotiations KheawMtlaia, S"5lIS"" lingtow and wife, Missca Ada llankg and gTJie best' salve 1h thqiworH for cts, r.fBir yj""1."-rue., 5 aofiuHiiK.,.i...,.y."' .. EllS Moseley, and Mr. V. .Itebef tf ajk' Babyland is always charming. The Imifeeaj sows, ttkets, salt rheum, tovcr Vnceepr CobkT, Vtoleiucough. Umll .Quarterly Mfetln aCUitioB 'Stp' J sires," tetter, chapped Itaade, ehUbfeine, July number is now issued, and will bo ' , Uriwral neUHtv.PnyalcaVWLMkWfM HhihIn-aj(e Lidaer eS(M,: slrm erwpttoMteml jMMiMwly joyfully welcomed by tho host of :? Owr oM irimd, Mr. TImmuw .Adkiwoa, S!P."!V." "J-.- wii.iu-- i Kvcrjr child from six We wWi J.jj )IeaeoftCefleart,Vall'iuitlonl ,s MtM ftlaa, or no V Ntqulradi It" is wHh wm in UMtrnkfoig auction.' fWMiriswd to gTf pM.aaHWattiB, Ar moMtliii to six yMold wHl bo tlvo hel-te- r ' UaU hv nf aunt nnatl M on receipt 0 price. baTTltiMrHBKvat XaMal, (144, and happier WlMtvUHg this delightoenta p?r maty nfMMUd. Pritw -ful nxiotbly. Jt H lt,8a cents a year. by a. ftyfMvt, ft ytfattWrfc D. Lothrop Company, 'Ronton, are, tli e 1 r, t TOblBttoti, and will ko West in the publtoher. fall to locate fcr life. Both the. method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant Ju?.J ,aaclrC8nll,Kw toe taw, anatlcta $&$"& gehtlyyet promptly on tKoKidhey, Mver an( Bowels, cleanWfl'lho fa-& lem effectually, dispels colds, head Robea and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pleasing to the taste nnd acceptable to tliq.stpnincli, p'rotiint in,-i- ts action and trjulybclieficiiillrfita 'effects, prepared frbmltho most j "healthy and aRrecablo Bub.'tanccs, its. many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mndo it th& most popular remedy known. v Syrup of Figs is for ado in 50o fewl l bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who o taay not havo it on hand will it promptly for" any ono who"" wishes totry it Do not accept' any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRW CO. it" - ' . JT ifc pro-'diico- d, j , pro-eur- oin.eys atLar ,.. f Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, :,., Attorney at Law, 1I...B. i. Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, TAYI-OK- sly The lemon ofTers Its ado for the Fourth ' Sulzers. Tlie boIo reason for the strength of our bIiocs is leather. Sulzers. Tho walking is always good for thoso who uiiy siiocs 01 us. nuizcrx. ,t . Sacrtttncntcl service next Sunday at 11 a. 111. at tfid Methodist church. Tlio hotter the weather, the mora peo-pl- o are inclined to use Sulzcra' teas, The .Cloverport Times tbrov upvthep siwngo last Saturday for tho want rff patronage. Mr. I). S. Duncan hatt a $2,000 contract, getting out rock for John Hafley,&of ; Henderson. ? at- will bo no prayer meeting tlio Methodist church Thursday qvenng ns tho pastor will be absent, C. I). Temple was called to Grceii-ef- ; Miss., last Saturday, to seo lfer Droth'er who is dangerously ill. lfyou can't sail tho summer sens, come and see tho summer sale at.SuI-- . zers'. Tliat's what yacht to do. For nice, fresh and pure groceries and provisions you should go to D'Huy's. As to prises, ho will not bo undersold. dipt, nnd Mrs. J. H. Kolnml gavo.n very pleascnt entertainment ' Wednesday night. Cornelia? Mrs." Jennie l'orter, Mrs. AVillingham and Mrs. Alice King, of Henderson, 'wore visiting Bey. W: Cl Brandon and wife last week. Havo your watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at D'Huy's. AVo havo an of twenty two years in tho trade. All work done in tiret class style' and guaranteed. Asiatic cholera kills people by tho no euro for it;, wholesale, but Galftcr'&fthlcken. cholera cure re stores the chicken that is down to perfect health. It is warranted by G. W. The Brcckcnridgo Bank makes another splendid showing ia its statement which appears in this issue. It is one of tho solid institutions of tho country and pays handsome dividens to ' its .stockholders. 'Louisville-- ' was visited with two big fires Monday. The the largest sour mash houso in the The world was burned loss SlOO.tXXJ. Staudardpil,Coinpany,B reilnery caught ilro' and burned all tiny. Loss !W,lX)0. Tho LouisvilfeJ St. Ixmis and Texas Itailwny will sell round trip tickets to all points on its line from Henderson to Louisville at ono fare. Tickets good for all trains on July Itrtl and 1th and good Faro to return on trains of July 5th. from this city to Louisville und return at.'tho-cot-tagc'last co -nnd-theroisemi-annual Allen-Bradley dis-tille- rv , m. - Cnrrerpindo;t l liur. Henry Watson, tlio bmtu who committed the assault Upon tho young daughter "bfMK Green llnnily, near last week, was arrested evening. Late that herb Tuesday Kri'in our .Special Ilramlcn- evening news of tho crime together with a description of the supposed perpetrator reached tho oilleere here, and soon nfter dark a negro answering the description was seen on the street and promptly arretted by town Marshall Green and lodged In jail. On Tuesday Miss Bandy wns brought hero to identify tho negro, but before she arrived he made a full confession of the crime. His confession was in writing, in two letters, one addressed to the public and one to tho father of tho girl, which is as follows Gentleman a juit man I write thli to ynu T truly and honestly acknowledge tho Un wrong That I try to commit on .your. Daughter But aeelnp that I could not do ia without doing her ome harm and io I try to do all I could to wrlghten It Dy placing her Back on the hone I wuuld like for yon to cumlder my caie and glre me one qhano alid I will faithfully and truly promlie'yoa the longeit day never tp do ll.llrown, allai.llenry Wation',, 0 agan please Think of me ai a man two mean to do nrlght write Before to Louli.llle Jy and II. Brown, allai get my reptatton II. Watson, v . , "Tlmt is what the thermometer eays, nnd it will bo worso ethnn that soon," says the signal num. This is "pretty go"- for so early in tho summer, nnd, strange to Bay, tlicro are some men sweltering tinder this heat, still wearing their winter suit;- - this 5b not duo to poverty,, it is simply tho dread some people havo' of getting into a new suit. Strange it is, but nevertheless truq, they compare it somewhat to breaking in n new pair of shoes. Thcso people havo been buying their clothing from unrcliublo houses, where thoy sell an article of' clothitfg made in Eastern "tenement houses" by men, women nntrchildrcn, without any regard for neatness, case or comfort in fit. Such garments can not feel comfortable. In tho first place, they nro cut by machinery, .a dozen nt a timo, then thoy are simply thrown together nnd hurried down town to tho storo to draw their beggarly pittance for the work. "We don't blame somo for hesitating about getting into a new suit, but come to us and get into ono of .our own homemade suits or pair of trousers, and you will' ncvor gel into any -- 80 O Farenheit marks Summer Heat. 0 ! . Simmer Ha Come to Stay ' , The prohpecls are for a long sweltering season. But no lady nerd swelter, if she takes proper precautions. Piiiiccsscs j)rcspire, and thero is no royal road to coolness. There is a road however as ? Dor;Blr to Father of the Olrl other kind. Prices lower than any A now shipment of thcso garments opened handsome, very cool and very cheap. so-call- "c.ut-ratoto-da- y ; store. they are very Plain as Lawn! (At 5 cts per yard.) This is our price, Right this Way is the way to come for cool sum? mer goods, delicate dainty fabrics, cool as cobwebs and oom- fortable as can he. i" e rHJ : ID S TTTi 11 WNT 1 & CO. s "Old Reliable" iTi Ft Ofotliiei-- r- JT" .(t V S.'E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET JSTS.,LOUlSVILLE. KY. if n 11 1 i.i'i i'i F. N. D'HUY, Department. FOR COOLNESS " & Nothing can excel the goods we offer and nothing compare with' them f Department. . x CLOVERPORT, KY. ler for cheapness. MAFUFACTUIIERS OF 9 ss ABSOLUTELY PURE J& Balding Powder WOOL! WOOL! mm,: - DENTISTS ,"""" a..w. J. H. Taylor Co., Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD KOOT, YELLOW ROOT and MAY APPLE ROOT. Send us your CHICKENS and EGGS. Write for prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand mm. -- HiO"u.isTTille, TZy. l THE TELL CITY PLANING MILLS ?.; t I'V.; DOORS, SASH & BLINDS. SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In the Turning and Scrolling lino of work will ""-- '. ' Lodonoatthlacttabliabment In the belt manner and nt the lowest rates. Alio dealen In Felt and Bodlne Hoofing. ogbod-audianc- o For Sale. CORN DRILLS, WALKING CULTIVATORS, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Delivered to any railway station in Pay for themselves first season. Breckcnridgc County free. If you want them or a good iT.Jftfynnl fr ''.'. Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, You can make money by buying from 5- sis-Mr- g&v.- 1 i- vlsit-ingih- er IOO.OOO ' R. J. BASSETT & BR0., LEITCHFIELD, KY. I Stephensport. .W. S. ASHBY. WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. plies. You needn't consult anybody nor make any arrangements in regard to your sup- t '- v HUMPHREYS' I am selling goods now lower than any living nmn Come to my store in can sell them and always have. Bpo-clfl- o h ! Hardinsburg and it will take; me only a few minutes to convince you of tho fact. Tnlk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell n great many articles tho original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along tho cash or its equivalent, for less. produce. r, - t's I am at . -- J t1' lt wk. sd iif J. A. WITT, u 1 liim-'mem- tt Hardunhurfj'Ky, rVfVllVfyTIIVTtfTyaTaTtfVTt.'nitl wXjmmUA. n,t itFTwnm' nt . vcy .. SMCKENRIDGE J -- NEWS. ifC t& THE GREAT TVWV 1VJL&XK, Sixteen Tpwas BHi ,iji ih. &L ' fjnfi m,t m mm n,S -- ' i"" ' miifTitin Urn ,.,MJi.: lii ..... HiU S- - j t K ,For the Ladles to Head, lion?)' Wuttenwn, in Itis ritlFlrBa ited tofrpjSee, if th,Jfuber CredJottr-hh- .4 V. k: H. Qn-rn'- ' diff, Tcnncwce. -mlmWN . ygfgfOTgf "Talk alxutt n Xajioleonie boomer," "I cfturint believe tlmt any irtrtn was ald Jlr. Haralson, "but I liavo never . ovorilnr wtmkpr for linvinfc in liUiNvlfaj beanl uf oioSt ivfi6 c6iilt HmJ If to p; mHnUmmm .4.111I : jUl t tli6)ofilj Alj Itice. HSbAsChnllt wxtt'l'l J'"l"p ,W. ' MmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmWB!!!-, l thai ftiftiJiftAiifil nqimiriy, I woiflif Witt-- r 1ftid nolsHip Allows wirerc lie will stop. UneUpncStmhle go 1h fresh jjlh, Wo Imvo a jo tlio woman. Tin point nt wliloli I He looks around and hcck where thece nill murk a distinction lietweoii tlioni, ought to bo a town or city, lie has nii-ilmw Hip wlticntlonal lino, in wilolj plcut of money of his own, and is back ' e,1l'av,ir(-H- ' mr stock t suit tic w.mt-- i ami j.uroly ft moral mint . It In my Inn eil by almost couutlesH millions. , Ill Trril'mmmmmmmmmwMKmmM I ' evor buys all the land around the proposed whs i nv irtion tlmt no Itmimn of (lie trade generall, W tcri:n to call at "WE I. i.rfltnl by fumtltority with town, mid gmH to work. The llrht thing ' MHSIf Jm tcnlion In mir lines of nRKSS GOODS iiil 1 wotilii, iw fnr h jwswthl, anil m liedoes is to orguuite a national bank lotiK w Mr.ililo, kwp mir women out of and tlmt is some-timj.Jmmw done before there Afi-JH IniliiiiiH Fclcctol wild ltojiI cure. wt lire AW'lWzmmmmmmWmM nSMif M s H h knowlodK' of llrvcHl siili of is a aingle houae'ou the site of the "' 1 iniun tncnu. a t""fi'r 8',n'' ."liiiiiMin nature mill human eomluct. 4S iwSl town. Then lie organizes various W&&fflimmmmmMmma ilo not mean to wyiii that point ; but 1 manufacturing establishments. Millions am Mtiafleil that their happinewaH well of dollars ari'sjienl In theliriefest imagin":Dry Goods' clotll,"t'. Hats & Shoos.:- !i pWe mmMmSJmWmmW a their domestic utefuIneHH will Ik- - pro- able time, and woods ami lieldsnre l. (Vsh ami unc price to all, ( "trictlv portioned to their ignorance of vice mid into thriving and prosperous wpialor., Gtxlgniiit tltft tliexe llourKlrht uilicA I'ourteuii fnontlfs aao he starteil ( a11 ,""1 tlmMl", ,mNW' IH- limy ncwr'kiiQW what I knfew, hint what fort IVvue in Alabanla. There wak i-wmmmmdiiMliillimu wliich nothing there except two or three Hinall r?TVT?TvrVTV I ill! liiett'kiibw, of the wiekediie tlio great cities of the world constantly wnoilen Mores, lie Ismglit all the land evolve ami exude ! he could, but the fellows who owned the "the duties of the woman and the man little stores caught on and refused tohcll, Hut they do not in so he built bis town s urn Interchangeable. of a aoy wIpo conflict. For example, It is in Up above them in tlio valley, and left v ml eaj neither a privilege, nor a right, to vote. them alone in tlio outskirts. Fourteen It la tt duty, nnd, often, a most irksome months ago there was practically no Fort 'Nevertheless,' and unpleasant duty. Now the population is ulHitit Payne. 1 hoard a very lovely woman say tiot 8,000. Hice'a latest town is Canlitr. Ho EBeSBffifi tong ago 'I should liko to vots.' My iin-- . is spending $S00,000'thi'tj on Mreets. He pression in'tlmt, if r1u tried ft a time; or bds out aveuue twi) miles long, a bun durinfitt hoi fight for drCd'feetVido and laid in Hsphalt. Not Councilman down m the Eleventh ward long ago the place was old iields. At a LAWYER AULCy'S FIRST VICTORY. die whould discover another illustrasale a few days agopmpcity brought tion of the truth that A Hull Cun Muili! floral by n Profound $278 per front foot. I saw 101 sleeping -:Opinion from the CIhmIcx. ' 'Ti dl.tan.je (bat lenla ench intmont to tbe car-- ) standing on the side truck that bad What- 4 "Private John Allen." of Mississippi, view.' brought people there to buy at tbe sale. who became thu wit of the houso of It issKtlll that I tlon't want to we my women loaflug The people were wild. representatives with the death of Suiifet around tbe polls, nndpttingupof nihif pita denfjinan gdtcxciUkl and bidmwinst 0)x, tellrfn'good story on hhnujf of how with the returns of the election, not Int- 'ftlyiself 'tfbur rir live 1jiiies,!uTwas 8o he came (o lie a profound laWffcr. A party of members were telling yarns el list' I would deny them any tiglit, but airxious got n particular lot. I lice's in the cloak room of the Iioum?, ami when because, as far as my olwervntion jroi's, towns always have the latest improveAllen's turn uamu he told this one: that sort of tiling is of pustionable value ment and convenienceH for cities, "I wnnt to tell you of the greatest legal t buildings and manufacturing esto the of male chararter victory of my life," said Allen, as lie and can rertainly not contribute mticb tablishments with unlimited capital. lighted a cigar nnd plopped Ids feet t4i en riih the store of feminine CotorialDr. Saml FitoTiorVi oMt harmlogi and qnlok cure for irtue. Itice lias built sixteen towns, and has a against the wall in true bout hern ftyle. Infanta and Children' Complaint. Superior to Castor Oil. It is ImhI enoiiftb for me to do it, and, not magnificent residoneo in eaeli town, 'It was down iuTupeloduiiiigtlietiying Parogorio or Wnrootio Syrupg. CjiUdrineryfor Cimtorla. Mil- at times, to lie in honor hound to do it. w hich, of eumxe, be does not occupy, for period just after the war. 1 was at that iion or Mothers blony Cantoria. be always has a now town on 'baud. 1 time n practicing lawyer that is, I pracIndeed, carting alsut me, must sa don't know where he will go when be ticed whenever I had any cases to that there is something count and Cnstorta rures Colic, Comttlpatlon j "I recommentl Oiutorla for children's Hour Stomach, Diurrbtua, Kructatlon ( . One day old 'Unclo' Pompcy, complaluU, as gupprlor toany prescription in tbe vcr idea that any one of gets through with Canlill', but lie may be Hives healthy ulct-- t also atiU digmtloii ; known to me." II. A Aacinn. M.D.. one Of'the o'd negroes of the settlement, Without narcotio stupctucUon. tbew vouiik ladies should ever wish or counted" on to start another town as soon camojiitu m olllce and said; Ill So. OxforU 8L, Brooklyn, N.Y. seek to swap her apron, which, as a as he geU through with that place. He Tub CitsTAcn Compast, 77 Murray St., Kew York. "'Mart Jojin, I wants you too'iartnc, kind of domestic li.it scarred by beut anything in the way of u city builI'fco gw hie to Ijo for stealinof two i KST5MXS3TSTWlTaa tbe honorable wi.iiihIh of the kitchen and der that I ccr saw." Manufacturers' 1 hnnisfmren do ciosa road store." 'Well. limpcy.' I nsked, 'did you tbe nnrserv, Htamls at once as tbe lit lord. steal tbo hamsV woman's cnibh in of m:it rmt and a " 'Mars John, I jiibt took 'em.' prMf of her ilesotion, fni l t u niv. t tit Arsenio and Potash Three Times a " 'Uld nn oiioHeoynuy 1 asked. Day for Twenty-Fiv- e Years 'billy' of the xplirciii:in, m the toiiiiiiis-io''Yas, Loss,' Miid the old negro I hac ts'cn taking s. of the unstable to x.i . s. (Swift's not In njf of It 1 at pleasant to tho taste ai lemon twoolu white buck m's.' M'cific). and feel it to lie my duty to sy rap. the awful diriut f the .liwtiiT ot tin " 'Well, Piimpej.j 1 rejilieil, 'I can't do The smallest infant will tako it and 1'eace' It is the wnniHiih woman and state its results, that others who are anything for ou under the eiicum-stancesnever know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never fails to similarly aflecdil may profit by my in inly man who inspire iiiiim rsal enre. " 'Now, Mars John,' said old 1'omi.ey, and be relieved of their milicr-nig- s ition ami respi-- i t, and wi' art- .it no "& Chills once broken will not retain. I"-- I you only half tho price of other iiuderstnd tin- nniHincnt parts ot had suite red for u long time 'here's ten dollars. I jist want you to in Chill Tonics, ' ili the meriri, loiinivi and urntlf-i- i with what tin doctors called Herpes, an try.' No quinine needed. No purgative "Well, I consented to try," said Allen. ! the (inc. the modi st, amiability eruption ot the skin, forming scales needed. mmw3&&0mmwamac&m Contains no poison. Chcapor "The case was to be heard before an old mW-yTZjC " - iiTlialiMWMBanaSrltTlllV ,f tin ..tin r, tin than ii 'I l .ititu.li li.li lit), ami blotclus which was horrible to enmtmi it&smmm&mmm2s& magistrate inimeii Joiiiibon. lie was quinine. dure. Cnder the adutc of ph,su inns totally uneducated, mid was moreover n iin in .iikI imiili r.iticpii nt both. It purines the blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. I took 11(1 droM of Fowler's Solution ot rii, .Miniijj Lulu s, wlin think that perfect dictator, mid .10 negro ever came l It is as large as any dollar tonlo und 41 ii 'i im liiiislxd Mnir imIik .itinii, but ineme cerj duy for ." years besides before Inni who was not lined the maxiRETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. mum penalty and sent to his llel'l to uli" in in reabt just Iximnn;.' let mi many other kinds of inudicines, without the ciime in the sweat of I . brow. a cnr. I have W-- taking S. S, S. for i i. nisi, lust and all the time, M.iii't -"Thu magistrate heard the ease. Every i lniiry.'' ft Mention this jiajier. The woild iaall BrtAAL. it .. iz&mmmwmmmmammmmmmmmmmwnixStmri ou about tMi months, amUhc eruption and IHXisible piiMif was brought to show tiiat wlnii liichoos--- . nnpli'Os.int symptoms haw all diit.ip;i ar-.- d Take Miur time in de CotmmaMiii. IIh, Dm, II, IMS. I'oiniH'v stole the hams. There could bo rAtiit VtDictKt Co r&rl. Tton ' in mini; what mui .ire irniii' to do in ami I am continuing it to eompleteh riowt nil nia lhre Joiti. f Tir Grvri Tutp no doubt of it fiom the testimony. I did If ii Cbltt Tciile I m rWt.nl with ihm l tmnjwm lii There is a pn .tilnir fad, en root it out ot my blood, which I am lul loinmrr Tbe oib aMIlhlfd llh II. I not put a hingle ipiestion to any of the cm four Chill Tunic m m dilUnfl l fr htuhle in its. h, but still a 1. 1. 1, tli.it no it will do, and what it has done foi witnesses, but when the testimony was ..Id1 IBODllK put. urtl. hlc YrsSmWS'PmmmmmmmmmmmmwFmXi Obllll for irlhjiD.l MM AI thM ftt lixtekrwl JW, DI ltbla thru : ! ftrr lih the Chill should ntarr t" (ft t ,i ADDISON, KY. tir. to be me I am sure it will do for others, fm all in I anise, ami in my most dignified TodIo Ihty wrrc half ftod heart;, utth il ast ruar llartad IlktArharm. taken care of, to cschm work To the there are thousands of such cases all maimei addnsscd the magistrate: If Is the place to buy SHWINO MAOHIMIC Wr IV. W. ail.NSO.H, it. I. " AIny it pit use y .mr honor, it w ould be extent that this means that every woman over the county vhHi resist all other iia mniiev uiiin nnj other place Is I'ou a.t;.B bv useless for me toaigue befoie one who The mnohli'ps I sell arc equal to Mr .that Hboiild Ik uble t earn her living, and treatment. I have lived, here in inj would adoin the Mipeiior if not the su. uxeiiN uliMru'e fnnu $.15 to $5U fnri I OT77"-E3nS- T, thus Ik- exempt from .li peiidi Hi e on ,in present business for ''' years. tee tliuiu tLo uhat I my ur do traife, Agwt 1 preme i ,ui t bench of this grand old will ny th I re.nbU ImmI, innclilno is no MpwiMSt. Im- It. It. ItmsK, Dealer in Machinery, commonwealth. CLOVERPORT, KY. suhmrihe to it l'er And I may wiy that eiuso the Urue ilifTerenpo in nur prices, lit !1 and ..! West Maryland woman should Ih in her own jierson tho&o who know j ou Ut.t say tlmt you Street, itifiireon thin il nn ovirrllilnw I l,c,lu .mj i would grace een the supremo coutt of It is no more a dls;rai e lol put. 'iXf Mnia..LJ. ias luw ns it run lit A Duel with rututooR. IudiauaMiliri, Indiana. aalos nod niiull pmflt. " United , a woman to earn her li iii'' bv honest In County C'arlow, Ireland, an agTn'atiw on ltloxl and Skin Iiiseases thethe I. mil. States, the highest tribunal TWO driiwpr itrnnlniir Ulnrtn. , ... in It will lie useless to, dwell grieved member of a certain congtega-tlowork than it is a dis;race for a man to mailed free ! arm, with all atliubtnen,. $U,M upon the testimony. You Imvo hoard it, declining to accept lih parson's earn his living b the same prtsvss. Hut Five drawer ilr.iiile.tr Slmrer' pWwtkfgalV. The Cincinnati, Hamlltion & Da, ton R.R. i TiiKSwirr sewii'ir Co., Atlanta (in. and know the case us well as I do. IIow- lio was not ono of a fret of is tho only line running Pullman's Perthat chlnei, hltfli iiriu. with all in the nature of the iae a great majoriH ever, it m.i not bo out of older for nie miserable binncrs rather jwlHedly re- fection Safely Vest buled Trains, ' SenJ me h cheek or the imney liy of woiiuiii will m.irr and ought to mam Over :tH,000 checks paeil though tlit to will )our honor's utlciition to a short ferred to in tho .Sunday sermon, chal- Chair, Parlor, Sleeping ami Dining with letter. nj t will ship you niiuktHs ,m; Car p in. ui mo couniry, and m iujitiutioii, 'don't bt in ,i hurry," j at New York die otherlay, passage in thu old English law, which lenged his vicai to pcrhonal coiulmt, and horvice between Cincinnati, Indianapolis ltcspectfully, applies here as well as elsewhere. Take and m er $.15,000,000 paid out. This is cleaily decides this case, nnd which, for ollercd him bis clioico of weapons. Tlio nnd Chlcano, and is the Only Line running "sWlalBHBalBHMktateS' j Ii. D. ADDISOM, Conoiir time in choiising a husband the heaviest single day's buiness in the the moment, jour honor may hate for- challenge was accepted, tho clergyman Through Reclining Chair Cara between gotten.' declining, Iiowcier, to uso such secular Cincinnati, Keokuk and Springfield, lib, AMum, Kyct, A sider him tip and down, and through nnd history of the "Then 1 fished down in my pocket and arma as swords or pistols, but expressing and Combination Chair ami Sleeping Car through, and from cerv standpoint of drew foith, with a great flourish, nn old his willingness to try a novel kind of Cincinnati to Peoria, III., light and aliade, just an you are wont to Kentuoky Tobacco Display at Brecopy of 'Julius Ctosar.' I opened it w ith ammunition i. And the Only DIRECT LINE raw potatoes to bo do in (be choice of a new drew or a new men. great dignity to the first pago .and read used aa missiles, j., bigger tho better. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. V tbo between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lbna, Toledo iH.nnet. i:erj girl is apt to think that The iiuisville Uaf Tuliaeeo Kxchami' the line which is familiar to every school The morning on which tho l duel Detroit, the Lake Regions and Canada, -ymmmttHm' Tmm0mJ her first suitor will be her last That is a has xent to n ' T7 I Hremen, (iennnny, a very boy, 'Omnia Oallia in partes tres divisa commenced vn as raw as the potatoes, The road i one of the oldest in the ijk est.' Tlmt decides the case,' said I, which lay in a heap by tbo side of each giie mils mist. ike. and out of it grow handsome I 'mmmiimmmmmmmmr91rrS display for "The Xordwes-ileutwh- e throwing the book Htnto of Ohio and tlie only lino entering upon the table. 'Tlmt conibataut. The potatoes were to bo Cincinnati inaiij im onsiderate engagements and o? over twonty-flv- o miles (i(werbo and Industrie clearly acquits the defendant. thrown alternately. Tho challenger com- double track, and from its past record can I tremble when I renurriagch intended to represent all the nsp li . jsajvriv' "With great dignity and solemnity 1 menced, and missed. Tlio clergyman,, more than assure its patronS'Hpocd, com- IKrt (iaAAaVaatAM iB flect how mm lithe u e rage girl in her different grades iBaSTy:l r 1 wtm w of tobacco, ofl'ered at then took my seat. The old magistrate Cash TvlUi Order. aiming calmly and hcieutiflcally, raised fort nnd safety. J f 1 'SS'J' 'Smi teens thinks aim knows about life, and Louimrtll , Ky., the Tickets on 'sale ovorywhtUp, and ,seo largest tobacco was completely nonplused. He looked with his first shot n bump upon his op: how little in reality (the does know, and -market in the world. No doubt tlio dis- at mcamomcntquiudoally and scratched ponent's forehead almost ns largo as tho that they rend V. II. & Ih, either in or how easily she is imposed upon b false play in Hremen will attract considerable ms iieud. I lien, turning to Pompcy, ho mlssilo which euused It. Tho layman out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or'i'oledo Strictly Warranted acaipIP '$1 raised himself to bis full height and promptly lot his temper, ami aimed pretenses. Don't lie in a hurry to git a attention amongst r e. o. Mccormick, iiicaorr. ah dwcuiiu uruwiiiTiros. tobacco men, and said: l Steel Ailcu and a hurry to get a husflentr l Pufienger nucl Ticket Agent. wildly and recklessly, hitting the Bcconds loer, don't Perfectly Balanced Ixw lion t Scot Arras. while the gentlemen interetJtcd in tobac.. ktd " 'I'ompey ,1 know you stole them hams, and missing tbo vicar with groat reguliottg. Easy Kldlncr, Oil Tcrapered 8pnj.'v. band. Tlie wisslh an- full of them. Ami, co may study the product vyer. 3vttk iiuuvuniiiuDuitAii of Kentucky but by thu ingenuity of your lawyer I've larity. The vicar, feeling lie could THE LOUISVILLE filially, don't take the step irretrievable IF YOO OAH'T PIHD THBK TOR CitB BY YOUR MERCHANT, WJtlTX V. &ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. soil, the ladies may view the vivid got to let you go. Git out,' said he, aa he afford to bo magnanimous, that put down his t" for good or i vll utitfl you have found (he photographs of tlio Louisville cyclone planted his No. 0 hi the seat of Pompoy's potato, advanced to his aggrieved par(ti, li, ST. L. K, It.) mau whom you iinderstae.l tlioroiigbly, which hue also been sent nnd put in aiit, 'and if you over como hero ognin, ishioner, bolil out his hand, and said: whom you respect entirely, and whom proper place. The display is Como, Mr. O'U., I think wo'ro u couplo very hand- lawyer or no lawyer, you will git six months.' "Atlanta Constitution. Jrou love with all your heart. That such somely gotten up, AND BEST LINE TO of idiots. Let us shako hands and bo and Messrs. ('. (. a man in waiting somewhere for each one Mcngcl, Jr., A friends, and utillzo those vegetables for Ilro., the n A J'ulutrr m WulUlnc. a more peaceful purpose at dinner toof yon I devoutly hope. Wait for him, lumber merchants ftr ..v3W.l3l M'RKH of this city, with AND ALL POINTS Sir 'I ivnnt to gho you a tip on dancing," night." Leeds Mercury. look out for him, but if be should fail to their proverbial liberality, furnished all said a flashily dressed man about town South-Wes- t. come at last lie sure it was the will of the wood for cabinet and complete out- yesterday afternoon. The Uae u Sialic, iiou, whom' will is always wisest and fit showing the dillerent kinds "What is it:" ho was asked. fiw!iilW(iH "A man born and bred in tlio United of timber Tims-Ca' SbsaWvlsHlii in i.ffe.1 Bee, IS, bent, that you should live an old mnid 'Simply this: Tlieio is hope for poor States falls to appreciate how much slaijg growing in Kentucky, Farmers' Hoiile ami a plague o' the men am win ." dancoru. As poor danceis are legion tliib ho dally uses in conversation." said an bv. Louisville 8:li a.iu...9:00 p m...4:10 p.m. Jonrnul. Bt. Louis is important." intelligent American who had just re- Art Evansville 7(15 " ...7:25 " j50 p.m. 2:26 " turned from a continental t mr. "He "Wqll, what is thu lip?' Oo to (J. V. Sliort ami gel a Ixittlo of Tor further Inforrontlon, call oo or mldrcu, I'rtmiisct mill riilfllliiicnt. "Nothing ino'ro nor le&s than this: If fully appreciates tlieso blemishes, how"C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," ami if it is Hie inorcliant wlionilrcrtihes h certain you are a jxior dancer and ever, when he returns to Ajuerica after 10S. S ODIORKE, don't Puis, Ag't, Louisville, Ky. nnt the bent remedy you have ever used lino of gooilo m u "lwulur" should nlwnyB you arc -- get a heavy partner of courso having had daily intercourse with somo who is a B L.BRYANT, for Chills and Fever your money will be nmko gooil hi Btntcinonts t tlio store. good d.mcer." ITu in of tho well liri'il Twv, Paiag'r As't, Louisville, Ky. Tho render who nwimmlH trt n hjieciiil " Wluit good will that do'" rounbil. picks up those blots on perfect speech so of ii ImrgHin exjioctM, ttjion gradually and they multiply bo rapidly "All the good in the world. You aro "tfgWBH roncliinir the Htore, to mii the gooilH of a light man I mean ns far as physical Hint before ho la aw aro of tho extent of which MiKvinl mention wiw nuulu. A weight is concerned. WJiut a OiiimI lliiok In. h part Tlie girl ia a good these acquisition"1 at least cmtnrnj ""31 fHiliiiK on the jmrt of any inerehailt to . t goptl book is tbe one that we want daueor. You go swinging around with of his vocabulary consists of slang ex-- ' fully Btibiitaiitiiittt every htntciiiuiit initde her. Yuu ai u in doubt. You waver when weary of tlw people df the world; just pressions. in hi ftdvortiimiiictit is u mistake whioli a little bit. Does u tlmt we can read out aloud and discus; "This fact issotiuo of America tlmt break occur? Not will mrely wwt him dwirly. it iaj-- i to at all; Tho momentum keeps you mov oven tho ignorant peasants of Ireland tlwt we can band to our daughter that -i-- recognize it when their countrymen re-- , To euro Biliousness, Sick IIoAdacho, Constl lk.Wy Bive tl,em and which advert Ik lenders with h are real lianfitins, ing. The heavy girl bless her heart 7. rf&fJ r it, will only be a stepping stone on the road ptovideil the ndvcrtihcr'uchtlmKiiro fully swings you right round nt tho proper turn to their nativo land. As heard in patlon, Malaria, XJver Complaints, tako JUo gate an4 certain remedy, ef not only to better and nobler iMirne out by the facts. . Amorioa slang neoms to add forco and time and luco. Tlio result is that LL--3 Tlie iiiurclmnt wlioiuh-crtiscbook, but a bettur and noblqr life. accittiln imagino you aro a tip lop dancer, expression to conversation, but this is SMIZTIZ'S VOVa-ATy!"-:- . '" aT- -t. y;Vi drive.' and whontwlcwl to exlill.lt tsTtvc when if ft hadn't been for thu heavy U a good book ami. mfrioticls, git j only seeming, for when contrasted with tliere are hundred of them. Ladies' KiHxVto tlio cnstinner depredates tiiolr your w?.ltz wot!d have ended disastrous-ly.- " really bltnplo and consequently elegant j qmility and uttiiniitH toHlli..i.KhiHcqi Houe Journal. North Amcrleau. uiction mo uttrcrenco in strength can aitlcle of the Mime line. makcH a e readily 1h seen. Thero nro somo slang and damaifci his repntittion for Unit; I. Hill Cuiiiiill t i. Took Wo ltl.k. words, however, In the American Va the 83CAI.IiSle(4011ttloIteanstotho Thu lllUgeit of ll.ltlc Clllllill.lll- - li ,rTonl.you oomo Into my parlor?" wjtiaro dealiiif,'. "UMderK" which lau which, if used nt the right tima liattls). 'i'HKr Ana tub most convenient, not good oiioiikIi lo Mild tbe spidor to tlio fly. to onhtomciunre .i the reinnr-'-ibf.tct tJwt tiu IU and placo, find their bull's eyo like x Yvl Mnltnbl r eltlier lo, 25c. Atoa. per Jtoitl. tu advertiw: and liOtlt-Ui- ii W. J. Amilt.ijffi'tiieluU'dnt tho funcniih miiilo bull. But,, us "los," answorod tlio fly, "uUl I don't not good oiioughii.lvcilljd a rule, tho use of " tt 1 AKIUlTaaaliuiai bhould bo wl.idi in ,,0t of th n. in Kebnuiry mid March, rant to go Into thb dining, room. Van 1 PANEL, aSE slang words is only a blowWi on cot,v od "ynftje recelvwl- - fo tfw itrice do- I tu. (aapuira r lUmiMl. jigcfi Uu, madt npiii -'nation, and Ma us cHai be too fafcirtijir .fJaTtAI.uur.o("BlLEni an. u sp-0,00.-S- t. follows: til, Catlnuiiuti rjtar condemned." oMcuo ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm UjjjivoHitg lmly gnuluutofl of tilts High Solum), lnmli two of tlfts f&libwlng romarkn : Lfiuis-;WlTri3u- lf a )?fl?ht Ailmfror oTltfco, the famous town buildor, who la now building Car- Plil.tl Jamison, myi the Mtlnnta K.fLTtjmur m Here'! iir flund take it, shake it, and walk into oaf Ifo .v mmmmmwnmnfp-tx 8t4 Eoae m mW zm3&& ,,-- Hr tml .jia m '"r, ""-& v ' - - SB mm - . ' . m jgSg?gEgi mwmi ""JjTH jfj ft ii ( r HHllfflHHI LHHHMH2MB' I'iii1 jHHBH J '"ict HIA H B OWj A TT B' ...?.? iB L'. 'K -- m C in 'iW "'' pro-wm- hH e p'iii VHHHBP trans-formut- IHB IIBIa lHBHR;l VliiiB' ylHr mHIBaw S' BH W3i 1 T KOiOJfi'jP'' J l" iI Ii iMr) Si rfB ' three-quarter- MOORMAN & BEELER. is SLEUDEAITE, St. : 1890 - t' mag-uiflcc- CASTORIA p FRANK a COOK, i LUMBER, LATHS, 1 prac-ticuvult- tle-llaj- r, vvi.txiLxmiix-y- SHIFGLES, DOORS,.' n Brove's Tasteless Chill Tonic SASH 8so IBIliIZfcTIDS Estimates promptly made. .' ml-in- n - - r' ' MAIN BET., 15th & 16th stst. i I o In-h- 2m ,M0mmyw a nn l w x e r m LOUISVILLE, KY. ;'f i con-lilei- it fMSSmmmmWMM L. D. ADDISON Wmswti I: lQKS chn-k- - CTESSSaEJ "TXT. thirv The Finest on Earth. 1 - n, -- ."! !!( ar..1. 3 atieh-ii4itt'is)Is- rtfi? .- ( nc-vo- B ,a "' ? ," No. yirst-Cliis- ii. "x afl 111 3' v aim BmwssH'I ii rl. V V VSL--aata4a- ( ai' rM Jhm Is-i- - i shortestTquickest (MSSM.ISSSSHSSsaRaMiaWBMaSlB.BaasasaiSillMaMSMSJBHBltJ well-know- St. Louisi rd Evansville The H. W. HERND0N CO.. 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