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It is guar50-cen- ts f hickens die every Thousands of dollars worth or f anteed If, after using of sti& a nqttlc, tne buyer is not thoroughly ajy satisfied with it as a" cure for Chicken llffl&fc'' Cholera, return it to the undersigned . fflBflffip and 'your money will be refunded. V. two-thirds 7V For sale by KEVE3 Q. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. TO TAKE. FAILS-PLEA- SANT $ I 'ilia only C'crtnln and Ililectnnl Caret for Chills and Feter, Intermittent, Ilemlttent, lillloui nnd Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Hwnmp Fever ind nil Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. Perfectly harmless, contains no Arcijiilc or Cttilnliio andean be given to tho inot-- t dullcatu person with perfect safety. Ah a Tonic for Tired Feeling, Loss of Appetite, Huadacho, Nervous Depression and owHpIriUoriginntlngfrom Malaria, Itstauds iono and without a Parallel. 1IIIC33, 81.00 Per Bottlo. Sold bv Druggttti grnemUir. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY W J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., sou rnoniucToM, ErAXSriLZK, Ind., V. 8. A. 0--. XT- - SX3ZOI5T ImfJTSislKdBflfJdrSi fjjjl FINE SHOWCASESsk - fur catalogue. TERRY IvVF'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. hi IBVlr bus been issued from tho Democratic tnto Central Committee by Chair man John 11 Castleman : "Okkick ok the Demochatic Statu Ckxtiiai. Committkk, IiOUiHViLLK, Ky., June 4, 181K), To the Democrats of Kentucky: County anil Precinct Organizations : Your 'State ContralCommittco deem it Impracticablo to undertake immediately n thorough reorganization of tlie Democratic party in the State, as provided for They by the Louirivillo Convention. consider it unwise to organize- now committees to look well to the patty's interests in every precinct in order to bring out a full voto on tho lirst Monday in August. "To this end each committeeman throughout the State is invited to communicate freely with thu Central Committee, and in counties where there docs not exist a complete' list of precinct committeeman tho Chairman of such County (or Legislative District) and get Democrats therein to designate a pro torn committeeman for each precinct on or beJuly. fore tho 5th day-o- f "Tho Chairman of each (county or Legislative District) Committee is requested to furnish tho Central Committee on or beforo the 10th of July with a list of Ids committee. "Tho party is urged to bear in mind the fact that cfltctiyo strength must come from organized precincts, and no party effort will supply the omission. "Tho Chairman of tho Senatorial dis tricts, Judicial districts and Congressional districts are expected to supplement tho efforts of the Central Committee by personal assistants within their districts and from all alike full advice is reslct fully solicited. "Congressional Committees. Tho Congressional Committee is composed of tho member otthoStato Executive Commlt-te- o and tho soveral Chairman of the County (or Legislative Districts) Committees within the Congressional districts. "It is tho duty of tho member of the State Executive Committee to convtno tho meinbets of his County (or Legislative district) Committees, and have them determine tho time and place for holding tho Congreasional Convention and it is tho duty of each Congressional Committee thus constituted to provide- effectively for tho dentils of party organization within the district. "The member of tho State Executive Committee is Chairman of the Congressional Committee- nnd temporary Chairman of tho Congressional Convention. "By order of- - the State Democratic Committco Jons B. Castleman, Chairman. cx-ofll- Speaker Hcid says in regard. to the Federal Election Bill : "Tho twenty districts of tho Southern tier, which, upon a fair count and free vote, are Bepub-licat- i, but in which a Democratic majority falsely is counted, would bo likely to send fourteen white and six colored Republicans to Congress under the operation of tho National Election Ijiw." If the bill becomes n law it is so arranged that the Republicans can get all the members of Congress if they so desire, at)l thoy certainly do. Section nine of tho bill specifies that, "All ballots arc to be counted by tens, first by an inspector of elections and second by a supervisor, tjio local election oflicum aul the super-vjsorf- l. kcepiifg separate tally sheets, which aro to be compared and the result publicly announced, llatlots (qm-ite- d in (he irrong box are to le counted." It w ill only be necessary f()r n voter to have all ballots, Congressional ones, and deposit one in each of the boxes, no matter how many there be. He will thus lose only lis vote for State and local officers and get as many votes for his congressman as there aro ballot boxes. Truly, for ways that arc dark, the g. o. p. has tho lead. Ljke the long pout up tires of Vesuvius, its, corruption is belching forth g of at i rato tjint threatens the frep America, and amid the mass of rubbish thp McKinley Bill and tho Federal Election Bill aro most prominent. The ljext two years will bo strictly a term of Republican rule. Even if Democratic congressmen aro elected it doesn't take long to declare their election fraudulent and unseat them. The legislation of the next two years will be the most vicious to be found in history. well-bein- ROSEBUD. low, atop light; How trnnUel Is her rest I Iter tiny hands ero placed last night Uon her uaxen breast. And lien the morn broke calm and bright. And deep was our despair, Wa Rated ii on her faco so whlto. And saw a sucet smile there. Tim inournliir-- mother sobbed aloud As she her darling scanned; And whllo each head in sorrow boned 13bo fixed within its hand A tiny rosebud, fresh and sneet. Which round its perfume shctL "This, this," sho moaned, "Is emblem meet For my dear, precious dead!" hlln Borrowing neighbors stood Holding sweet flowers of spring. tiny rosebud, red oa blood, The Shoned signs of opening. And ere tho funeral rites wero through Each mourner iu tho room Thrilled n Itli astonishment to lew Tbe bud burst in full bloom. Tho clergyman, with trembling volco And deep emotion, said: "Itejolce, my sorrow Ing friends, rejoice! The baby Li not dead) Oral, In bis loving tcndcrnei-s- . Tills token sweet has Riven, That sho who budded in dlstrcM Is blooming now in heaven I" Francis 8. Smith in New York Weekly 1890 FRANK S.COOK, -- : GREGORY & Headquarters for CO.--, Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drill, Fprtitizr CVnient, Miili- - iiT'tn Planter, Salt, Lime, ConUO(l bv the Hurrel, Piaster tinir, Next day, LUMBER, Liri 1 ilu, SHINGLES, DOOES, Pine Hriofc. & Poplar Shingles EIhimIIhh, Pirp Flonntitr hand Order Accompanied by cash prompt-- h P'ow lilln.1. V1 Take no shoos nnless IV. Li. UoiiSTlus' nnrnn and tirlrn urn .Timitietl on (lie ooiioin. 11 mo neuior rnnnoi supply you. send direct to factory, enclosing ndvertlsea since. afHT' ""S. CAUTION The Storks In Council. Near Ojjgershcim, n Binall xillngcon tho batiks of the Rhine, there is n large jHil iirtbj Srffi' - ' - Eupepsy. This is what you ought to have, in fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Thousands aro searching for it daily, and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars aro spent annually by our people in tho hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may bo had by all. Wo guarantee that Electric Bitters, if token qccording to directions nnd tho use persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion nnd oust the demon Dyspepsia and install instead Eupopsy. Wo recommend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia anil all diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and $1.00 per bottle by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. meadow whero every autumn the storks aro in the habit of meeting previous to their annual migration. On one of these occasions above fifty storks wero observed formed In u ring, in tho center' of which was ono whosenppcarance showed tho greatest alarm. Ono of tho party seemed to address tho assembly by clap ping its wings for about five minutes It was followed by a second, n third nnd n fourth, who each clapped its wings in tho samo odd manner as tho first. At last all tho stories forming tho ring commenced clapping their wings: and, when they had done this, they with one accord full upon the poor culpi it in tho middle and dispatched him iu a few seconds; after which they rose up in a body, nnd one, nccordlng to custom, taking 'the lead, tiiey winged their way toward the south. What offenso the poor stork had committed that li.vl brought upon him so sad n fato is of cour&o unknown. New York Mall and Express. The rultlirill Shepherd A shepherd had driven part of his flock to a neighboring fair, leaving his Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. flSyMcntion tin's paper. VmBKKBMBMWBB W. L. DOUGLAS Flno Calf, Henry nnd Creed, moor Waterproof. tneed Grain llest In tlm world. Kxnmlno Ills 8K.0O (IKM)INi: IIAN1-Ni:WHH.OE. B4.00 IIAND-SKCD WI'I.T KIIOK. H3.no I'OI.ICi: AND FAllMKItH HIIOE. HX.an KXT11A VAT.IIH ISAM' SIIOK. H3.8B Hi WOIlKINnMl'.N'S N1IOKH. M2.0O and 81.7A HOYS' SCHOOL NIIOUS. All made In Congress, Button and Lace. $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. vjTwvmwirgrwxrrrjmMavrMBmaw99H What is Ig, CASTORIA Castoria la Dr. Saml Pitcher old, harmless and quick cureftr Infanta' and Children's Complaints. Snporlor to Castor Oil, Paregoric or Narootlo Syrups. Children cry for Castoria. Mil" lions of Mothers hloss Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ; Sour Stomach. Dlurrhcua. Kructatli on; Gives healthy sleep ; also aids digestion ; wuuout narcouu siujieiucuon. Ttest Mnterinl. ltrst Style, llest Fitting. W. L,. Uouglus, U rock ton, Mass. Sold by $3 & $2SHOE SHOES lafd.3. MISSES. 81.75 roll Bowmer & Hambleton. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co, T UU.UU, iicaia3 worth watch n ba world. Paffact tlinakaeptr Warrantad ht.tr. olio oolp riununr c.aaa. Ootb Udlaa'.ndltnf.altaa. 01 with work! MU) T.IU. USE riKIOKIa iicb locality c.n mar. free, toraifccr with ar bus. d vlu.bl. luwof 1MH MBP1M... w mRbTTWKlriVnnm n-ew ih. w.idi. '"UWII.f All ih. wort to ow 1 da I. to .bow wtat w. lend Too Is IkOM whs Clll-r.Iwiyt KtBlH Wend, ind n. Ijhbor. .nd thoM .boiil y(M-- lkt forui, whltli hold, for run wk isaoUrfiil, I. T.liubl. Ind. np.U. W. p. .11 .ipnii, JVtlfkl. tic. Afltr nd tkn. w. .r. yo know til, ir yott woum it.. 10 wy " "w, "'fir: urn from 8SO I. 0 rnrrA iWwrpi .flBLfM"1Ka mmummz wwMm) iin"- - oiK Htw SMJiHallll (UolilW.ukl iHHSpfS niu. u. ... IIuerala .uda.l.e " "" HtlU.ull dS va lloKBlS, rurUaml, Jkfalne. TO IF YOU ARE GOING PAINT USE BLUE GRASS mmw louse Faint:, Manufactured bv Val. Blatz' Sons, LOUISVILLE, KY. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping paper, but it saved her life. She was in tho last stages of consumption, told by physicians that she was incurablo and could live only a short time; she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping pajnsr she read of Dr. King's Now Discovery!" and got a sample bottle ; it helped her, she bought a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better fast, continued its uso and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to AV. II. Colo, Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial Bottles of this wonderful Discovery Freo at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky, MATTINGLY. Died near Mattingly, Brcckonridgc County, of consumption tho 27th of June, Lnwerenco T. Koenan. Ho wan born April 1st, 1829. Ho was always dutiful .and 'respectful to his loving family and kind and affectionate to bis neighbor. Ho lias been a member of tho Baptist church for forty years, and a true and faithful member. Every thing that could bo done was done by bis family nnd frionds and relatives. Just beforo ho died ho took leavo of each and sent farewell to bis many friends and relatives. Tho remains wero followed by a largo number of friends and relatives to thevgravo-yar- d on bis farm, whero tho coffin was opened so that all could boo A FitiExn. his remains. $1.25 PER GALLON For Sale by tl o man. JuJiro Montgomery over product'o argument, which monometal-rll'st- s so often tesort to, and exposed the un lie snowed mat soundness of that claim of farm prothere Is not an ducts, but that there is an under production of money. Mr. Montgomery's speech will be eagerly foad by his, constituents, and will add to his reputation he already enjoys In his disand trict of being an able Itepresmtatlve, fully alive to the Interests of his people. diu-ussen dog to watch tho test during that day, expecting to rejoin them in tho morning. Unfortunately, however, tho shepherd forgot both hij dog and Iii3 sheep, and did not return home till tho morning of tho third day. His first inquiry was whether, tho dog had been seen. Tho answer was "No." "Then ho must bo dead," replied tho shepherd, witli a look of pain, "for I know ho waj too faithful to desert his charge." Ho went Hon. A. B. Montgomery made aspecch back to tho heath dfrcctly. Tho dog had in Congress last week. This is about the just enough strength left to crawl to his first effort Mr. Montgomery has made nt master's feet, and express Ida joy at Ids anything like n speech in Congress and return, and then he died. New York-Mai-l and Express. he, acquitted himself with great credit. Courier-Journal- 's Washington corThe Muii with a Goo.u'i Head. respondent says of it: Tho man with n gooso's head first apJudge Montgomery, of Kentucky, one of the moat induttrleus and vatuable members In peared boforo the public at tho famous the House, made an ezcollent speech on tbe "Gingerbread Fair" nt Liverpool In 1872. silver bill. Tbe able manner In which bo no was 20 years of ago at that timo, had dlscui'ed the question evinced an accurate eyes perfectly round and a noso eight knowledge of the subject. He ditcuased at Indies iu length, flat, and shaped exactly length the manner in which the farmer and liko tho bill of n goose. His neck was laboring classes bad been discriminated against by the act demonetising silver, and three times tho length of' that of an ordinary person, surmounted by a round how the llch, whose property consists f money and bonds, were made richer, while the flat head, without n singlo hair. He whose wealth, consists of the produce seemed to havo as much farmer, common He of bis farm, bas been made poorer. reviewed tbe financial history of the country sense as tho average country boy of his since the close of the wnr. and showed that nge, learning very fast nnd soon quit tho the per capita then was $45 to $30 ; that aftr show business nnd studied tho photoghlch rapher's nrt His namo is Jean Ron-dle- r, a qunrter of a century of peace, during time tbe country bas developed in material and he now lives at Dijon, France. conntry wealth and population, as no other St. Louis Republic. ever did, we had been driven by the capitalists of the country to a gold standard, and that Two on the Doctor.. a contraction ot the currency had gone on, until now we had less than $20 per capita j that Theronro twostoties that nie told at the result was, there was great distress tho Savage club. Doctor is sent for to throughout the country ; that farmers were sick woman: ou his arrival finds compelled l( stll their crops at prices below attend the cost ofnroductlon, while tbe laborers wero woman dead. "Why was I not sumout of employment, or, If not, were compelled moned sooner?" doctor asks, angrily. to work at reduced wages. These evils ho "Wo did think of it," explains tho beshowed nere'the result of a contracted cur-r- e reaved husband, "but wo concluded that noy j with free ootnage he predicted a speedy it would bo cheaper to let 'cr dlo n natreturn of prosperity to the farmer and labor-In- ? TIME SCHEDULE, Tn III ni; "I recommend Castoria for children's complaints, as superior to any prrscrlpUon known to me." II. A. Archer. II. D.. Ill So. Oxford St, Drooklyn, N.Y. Tn Centacr Coupist, 77 Murray St., New York, I'rrrrt At 5:00 o'clck A. M., Sunday, Feb. 23, 1590. irit.l Hound Traim Entt Hound Train Mill. AM) Mail and EXPRESS. StVCM - SIVIWttK, StVIMTr I'lis.y und tho Porker. An El Dorado Springs (Mo.) cor re spondent tells of n singular attachment between a Bcrkshiro pig and a kitten. Both animals fed from tho same tiougli, and appeurcd to tako delight in helping each other. During tho winter, when tho kitten's feet got cold, kitty would hunt UP plgsy. now and then giving a loud meow, upon hearing which tho porker would answer with n iriendly grunt. Pussy, in finding its friend, would tako tho neatest rou to for tho hog's back, generally climbing up its long snout. Dining cold nights kitty slept on tho pig's back, and iu tho morning would bo found in tho samo convenient piaco riding to tho barn, about a furlong distant, whero puss caught mice. It was, indeed, an amusing sight to see piggy wading through deep btiow with tho cat (toes turned iu) on its back, evidently as comfortable ns n queen in her carriago nnd t. four. St. Louis Globe-Democra- To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho safe and cortain remedy, SMITH'S STATION'S. 8.00am Lv. ..Union Depot, LouiavY Ar. 1.20 pm 8.15 ....Kentucky Street.... 1.U5 .. Alms House . I'lejsuro Hldge Park. Valley Meadow Lawn Hiver View 9 00 .. West l'oint .....12 2S . .ii .. ltock Itnven 12.02 . . ... Lung llranch U.52AU 9.6.' Uranilcnliurg 11.10 10 02 10 H 10 2.1 . . Hkron BILE BEANS Vho the RMAI.I. SUo bottle). TIIKY AUK THIS (401ittlo Beans to tho MOST CONVENIENT. Sttltnble lor nil per Uottlo. Trice of either wlao, 25c. Aeo.. J.F.tmTHaCO.u.knofuiLj:cts,-JT.lOlI- I0.. .. .. 10 47 .. .. in.5ti . ... U oi .. tl 10 .. IH.. .. 11.31 .. .. tl::W . .. 11 IWIIlMMillc4rarlth(pp.rioriump). U tl.itiw.. IS.Wrii.. 12.47 12.59 1.08 1.30 HO. 12.19 .. .. 13.. .. .. . .. .. Arr. .. i (luston Irvington Wobster I.odiburg Pierre Sample Mvphenspnrt '....., Holt Cloverport Shops Skillman Ilawestlllo Falcon. . Lewlsport .... Powers Pates Owenshoro 11.31 .. 11.20 . 11. Oil . 10.59.. 111.17- 10.37.. 1.0.30,1k' io.hf 10 10 . 9.55 .. 9:50 9.39 .. 9 2.1 .. 9.19.. 8.5U .. 6.30 .. Kiirounter with n Lropu.d. 140 1.57 2 m .. Will Allvujn Old. ural death." On another occasion doctor arrives too late; husband explains. "You sec, tor," says husband, "when she doccom- plained of feel In' bad I gavo her tho pill you prescribed for mo a yenr ngo, but which I didn't take. It's haw ful, I know, but think wot would 'avo 'appened if I'd 'avo taken ill" Eugene Field In Chicago News. , Muliio'a First Woolen Mill. Tho Dexter Eastern Stato gives some interesting facts connected with tho woolen manufacturing industry in Maino. Tho second woolen mill iu the United States was erected nt Nortli Andover, Mass. A year or two af'.er its starting tho proprietors built another mill at Andover, Mass., and, nbolit tho samo timo, 1817, two of tho samo family, Jerry and Amoa Abbott, started northward to look for a slto.for asnw mill nnd woolen mill. They decided on Dexter and in 1820 established tho business there. This was not only tho first clodi making mill in Maino, but tho first to ship goods from Maino to tho Boston market. Lewiston "Raising The Sohool House Flag" Is tho title of a full page illustrated poem by Hzcckiak Buttorworth in the 4th of July Double Number of The Youth's Companion. This noble poem expresses tho sentiments of tho many thousands of of schoolboys nnd girls who havo bpen working for a Flag to bo raised over their own Bchoolhouses. Tho namo of tho school in each State, and that of tho successful writer of tho essay which won tho, Flag recently oflcrvd by The Youth's Companion, aro given in this number. We have recioved the July number of Tho Old Homestead, n monthly domestic magazino published at Savannah Ga., by Davis Bros., and find it rich with choico orignal stories, poems, essays, etc.. that nvince an unusual decree of merit. Tho contributions aro mainly from talented writers of the south. Many of the contributors aro known to fame and others will rank among tho litarary celebrities of tho future. Tlio Old Homestead contains tho latest illustrated fnshlouH and select vocal and instrumental music. The 8ul)scription price is only ono dollar ,ayear. write tor sampio copy irvc. Davis Bros., publishers, savannah, ua. Anent the Piinco tif Wales' visit to Scotland, nn amusing tulo is going tho rounds. Whilo his royal highness was awaiting his train at tho railway station lie fell into conversation witli one of tho local notables who had been appointed chairman of tha committco to receive and entertain tho prince. "This," said tho prince, felicitously, "this is really a very old city of yours." "Yes, your royal highness," answered the Scotchman gravely, "it lias ever been considered so." Eugeno Field in Chicago News. Plneapplo Julco for Diphtheria. Medical science lias long sought for a sovereign remedy for tho scourge of childhood, diphtheria, yet thu colored peoploof Louisiana, and perhaps of other localities in tho south, hato for yeats known and used a euro which is remark-abl- o for its simplicity. It is nothing moro nor less than tho juice of tho pineapple. Cidcago Tribune A Milk Yililta Deer. WhoriAg. Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. i CLOVERPORT, KY. HUGHES' o SORE JMBlgfWr Proprlttort have wmiy lelteri lUe ihttei BETTER THAN QUININE. Doney Co., Mr. M. M. Keiterson. Ark., tayjr "loan certify to tbe fact that Hughes' Tonlo Is tha ben chill totila I vsr tried. I cou.IJer It better thun quiulne," CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II, W. MoDonald, L'turel Hill Mlas , wrltei : "Your Hughe.' Tonlo for chill and fever has never failed yet,7 und I htve sold It to a. nuiabor of chro-nl- o oisei. It oiiroi thom every tlue " Azk fo? Hug.631 Tonic and takeNoQUier cure for For 30 Years a Success. Hoait tlilai Te.Huion y thou TItV IT for Yoiiraelf. ' r PRICE ROBINSON $1.00 PER BOTTLE. Small Size, SO Cents. Pbcpaicd bt ( - PETTET JouiHville, JCy. Vox Sale CO., t by Dnugliti, Naif ee II yttif I'hcI oh your pttper hhi! eyrwifllV tuti m.niH, ' U lh" v, '""; . --- Tux Republican party bas made ho many blunders during its present administration of power that it will not bo able to tide over another national election successfully! Tho McKinley tariff bill, one of its most gigantic schomes for plunder and robbery, is beforo tho people. Boss Held, who situ on his throne nnd dictates to Congress all tho policy of legislation, has mado himself obnoxious to thu country, President Harrison ldmsolf, who has attempted to distribute tho pie nnd boodle amongst his favorites, has made a bad job of tho buwnese, and Go to G. W. Short nnd got u bottlo of tltey aro down on him. Doubt and dis- "0. 0. C. Certnin Chill Cure," and if it is trust prevail among tho'coffeo coolers not tho best remedy you havo over used and bounty jumpers, and practically for Chills und Fever your money will bo there is no feeling 'of satisfaction along refunded. lb republican lino of inarch anywhere. In ihfim States whero there hayo been People Differ. big nwrjorltice, th Democrats havo rI-ligie eat oatmeal to get thin, m ' H ii ii and routed tltem and thrown such a j " at all, be dad, damper " future contingenciea as to "don't Atxl tbey know what they're at. iuiikntfi fcdlure and defeat from most cl otr ft ? -- N. Y; Herald. White dcers nro very scarco things, but Mr. B. F. Coburn, of Molunkus, seems to havo no trouble iu finding them. Ho has secured tho skin of ono that is perfectly 1 Journal. white, iiflt n colored hair on it. It was llorux liir Cleuutns Gurments. shot near Mount Katahdin, nnd is, tho Borax water is excellent for sponging second whito deer killed iu this stato in either silk or wool goods that are not live years. Bangor News. soiled enough to need washing. In washing cashmcro or wool goods put a little Which Juckf borax iu tho water. This will cleanso "What is tho matter, Alice? You look them much moro easily and better, with- worried." out injury to tho colors. Do not rub "lam. It's too mean for anything! them on n board, but uso tho hands, nnd These roses havo just como witli a card, throw on a lino without wringing. Press 'Wear theso for Jack,' and I don't know them on tho wrong Bldo and they will whether thoy aro from tho Jack I'hatoor look almost liko new. Good Housekeepthp ono I liko. It'a too horrid!" Haring. per's Bazar., It Would lie .Mortifying. A master mason named Andrews, of Open air games nro finding their way, step by step, into fashion, and tlicnco into Providenco, R. I., has just received with custom. But tho progress is slow, and como chango a copper cent which ho juust bo credited to English nnd Amcii-ca- n gtamped with his initials and put in cirtravelers. European women havo culation about fifty years ago. no had such Billy notions about propriety that I always hoped to get it back again and cannot refrain from telling hero tho an- now would not part with it, ho declares, swer I received from n French lady to for hundreds of dollars. my question why sho preferred croquet A dentist in St. Louis says that there to tenuis, "I would bo bo ashamed to perspire,' sho said. Pittsburg Bulletin. Is wholesale destruction existing in tho majority of dentifrices offered for sale. Tho lit -- t novelty in curd is a set of Cold water and a hand brush ought to fifty bound in a uOnt lltllo book, from be sufficient, but if an additional preparawhich they re turn liko bank checks, tion be desired prepared chalk is the beet having jdgoi to mako the ind simplest in tho world. operation easy, especially for bualnew men tho novelty Is n i excellent idea, A tin filing story of an encounter with . 7.05 .. a leopard comes fromScrajgunge, iu In2.20puArr Lve .50am English gentlemen bedia. Two j oung longing to I lie locality went out to hunt IKUBCOIKM tnrilii a leopard that had been making its presicswiir f iii:s-i--i'i-- i I n cm ence unpleasantly felt iu tho neighborOur flrllitl.i.r. the ttn.qu.liHl and to hitmdurr our I ia ing villages. Neither was accustomed to wIllirnilriCKS In tack hunting or to the uso of firearms, but P tolllt lion fliui who .boT. Only wril. both wero full of pluck and eager to TO tn nl at one. ran tnaka aura af lk.rh.iic. Allyoukir.l.dolt, up their IHlJW show their prowess. Uioy took mum la to akow our Jroodi t. call tho. who aroundyour nrlrhboV. station on a patch of cleared ground, and thoa. jou. Th.b. of thla advcrtllamcnt "MfoP awaiting tho lcopatd that the beaters ahowa tka amall end of tk. ttra chasing fio.n hh l.iir, when sud- ucf. Th. fottoirtoff cat gWta Ik. apnaaranc. of II raducad I. weie denly tho bruto I aped on ono o( them and caught him by tho thigh, inflicting about tha SAIith part of III bulk It la . frand. dotibta alia terrible injuries. lat.artocarrjr W. will alio anow you how you day laail, tha aurl.wlth H1 Illdcomiwtnlon, bceing hi3ilanger, tried can amaka from HU to writa0.1a once.atWa pay from.lpraia ekarfaa. .11 out t parilnr. Hrttrr to firo ut tho brute, but unfortunately the AdJr..l,l! IIALLETTCOUolBB, roolLAUD, U.IXI. safety plu, witli the uso of which ho was unacquainted, had locked tho gun, so magazine, vm in that tho trigger would not move. He varied andtxctlltnt content!, it a library in itself. tried to beat thu leipaid off from his it was indeed a haffy thought to print an companion, but tho enraged beast turn:l entire novel in each number. upon him, shipping Ids arm nnd literally crunching liii hand. Two of tho lieatcrs as Not a short novelette, intut a long story such you are used to get ioot form and fay camo up and used their bamlxo3 with from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. such effect that the tinlm. I turned tall Not only that, but with each number you get nnd letiiuuil t tlu jungle. Tho two an abundance of other contributions, whichgives you a good magatint besides the novel. Europeans w ere i (moved to Serajgunge, struck en audit wasfoiudtli:it tho first mentioned theThe ringing blows which have beenresounded gateway of popular favor, hate was in such nciiticul condition that he throughout the entire land, and Lippin-cot- ts could not be imncil. He died shortly Magatint stands tn the front ran ef afterwards. His companion was bent to monthly publications, and is the most publication of its hind in th't Calcutta for ticutment. Pull Mall Gaworld. For full descriptive circulars, address zette. LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia A Unite nmiguion. J3.00 per year, as els. single number. A very pathetic story comes from AusThe publisher of this paper will receive your tralia describing u kangaroo's during for subscription. tho sako of her young, Thp owner of a country station was sitting ono evening on tho balcony outsldu his house when mArVia ho was surprised to uotico ft kangaroo lingering about, alternately nppioacnlng llnd retiring from tho house, as though half iu doubt nnd fear what to do. At length sho approached tho water pails, nnd, taking n young ono from her pouch, held It to tho water to drink. "Whllo her baby was .satisfying its thirst tho mother was quivering nil over witli excitement, for bIio was only a fow feet from tho balcony on w liich ono of her great foea was sitting watching her. Tho l(ttlo ono having finished drinking, it was replaced in tho pouch, nnd tho old kangaroo started off at a rapid pace, When tho natural timidity of tho kangaroo is taken into account it will bo recognized what astonishing bravery this affectionate mother betrayed. It is a pleasing ending to the story to bo ablo to stale that tho cjo witness was so affected by tho scene that from that timo forward ho could never shoot a kungaroo, Now York Telegram, I I fa Stanley vYortbington Spnttsvllle iiasketts Henderson Lve 8 11am 7.45 .. 7.34 7.1 1 8.21.. cv y 1J 4 VB n . mir - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1890. JNO. D.BABBAGE I.., St. li. ScV. Local Time Cnrd. Mall and Express going East " West " Expres " Hast ' " Weit ' East Mixed " West...... " 0.65 -- 11.84 5.50 0 15 11.23 S.59 a.m. a.m, p.m. p.m. a.m, .m Tiie talk of somo of tho Republican papers about John 1). Wliito defeating Iyongmoor for Appellate" Cletk by carry, ing tho union Democratic .vote is all bosh. Scnsiblo people havo learned that the war is over and men nro Democrats from principle, just as they have ever been. Tho Republican press is at present hard up for facts with which to inspire the party with courage and it is not strange that they should resort to nil sorts of unreasonable speculations. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, BURAS. Wo didn't celebrate TTT 1 1 1 n i 1 I I i i i I I I T i ; 1 1 TTTi TTiTTTi mm Agent V. II. HAHHAtlK Wttt Bomiit rUtl.T KJCCKfT - IMtlor Entl Bound DAII.T HCierT PUXDAT. k Cerrcsp'nt r tho glorious TIME TABLE No. I. STATIONS. trvlngton....... ,.Ar. 9 00 a.m a.m. Lr... 8 55 Irvlngton Junction 8 00 ,.larfild- r.M 7.30 " Harncd... r.x.Ar., .Hardinsburg. .Lv. 7.09 A.M susdat. 11.30 11. 85 12.40 1.05 1.30 K V J r- - JP .V 4 w V s",' , KliiTou Woodson is alrout right in the following: An exchange accounts for tho recent demise of a contemporary on the idea that the town in which it was pub, For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. lished was too small to sustain a newsFr Sheriff, J. S. DeJernette. This is a slander on the town. paper. Y. Miller. For Connty Sup't of Schools, Ja. The plain truth is the alleged newspaper For Jailer, John Slaton. was a trifling, silly sheet, not worthy of For County Assesor, Len Casbman. support. It is a very rare thing mat a For County Surveyor, F. M C. Jolly. newspaper thnt sparkles with news and has an energetic, thrifty business manFor Coroner, V. R. Pendleton. agement has to suspend. A very small It ouit :(iitm:M'ONi:sTK. town will sustain a good newspaper. Get the news and get all the news and is incapacity on the part of publishers, From Dana's not a lack of appreciation on the part of nothing but the news tho public, that causes most of the liews-pajCelebrated Maxims in Journalism, funerals. takes salt water to save tisandn It In order to prove that protection is a pood deal of it. benefit to our country the Republican A xi'MHKii of towns in the Mate are papers give carefullv prepared tables showing the increase of manufactories complaining of an ice famine. and the great'quantities of new mocliin-cr- y being put into the factories in the Wheelers Tiik Breckenridge County in session at lliirdinsbiirK last Fri- New England States. This is nothing uere new or strange. The fanners of the day and Saturday. South and West have voted for tho proTiik 1'resident has nppolntcd Mr. John tection of these New England mill ownltarrett jwstniaster at IxiuiKville to suc- ers and they propose now to quit and vote for their own protection awhile. ceed Mrs. Virginia Thompson. The Democrats have never denied that protection helps the eastern manufacturTiik annual meeting of the SouthwestKentucky liar Association will he er, but they do deny the assertion that ern it is a benefit to the great host of Ameriheld at l'adticah, August the 12th. can consumers. And it is for the emanTiik llepulilicim ).irty of this State has cipation of this great class that tarifT reform is advocated. indorsed Judge J. II. Tinsley, of as their candidate for the Mr. Geo. II. Madden who made such a Court of Appeals. gallent fight for the Democratic nomiTiik Kentucky Commissioner of Agri- nation for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, culture, in his report for June, says that has made arrangements to return to tho the oat crop throughout the State is al- business pursuits w'.iieh he temporarily quited for politics. Messrs. Rohm Kros. most a complete failure. & Co., of Cincinnati, the largest wholeTub monument erected in honor of sale notion and fancy dry goods house in tho West, have been trying to secure the Thomas A. Hendricks, late of the United States, was unveiled services of Mr. Madden, ofTering him a handsomo salary. Mr. Madden has acat Indianapolis last Tuesday. cepted the ofier, and in the future he will represent Messrs. Kohm Kros. &Co., Mu. O. W. Stone has announced himMr. Madden's territoiy self a candidate for the Constitutional in Kentucky. Mr. will Ik; the same as when he was with in (irayson county. Convention Stone is a lawyer of leitehlield, a demo- Hamburger, Kloom & Co. It is needless crat and n wry capable man for the to say that he will continue to be the He best dry goods man in Kentucky. position. is one of the best known men in KenFntM in the belief that the present is a tucky, has always been one of the highperiod of advancement in art, the law est salaried men in the business, and his linkers at Washington have passed a bill friends will be glad to know that his pay authorizing the Director of the Mint to has 1koii further advanced. Courier change the pattern and design of all coins Journal. except those of gold. How's This! We oner One Hundred Dollars reward It is rejKirted that the President ami his family are very much dissatisfied with for any case of catarrah that cannot bo their cottage at Cape May. Possibly the cured by taking Hall's Catarrah Cure. T J. Chknkv & Co., Props, Toledo, (). President could be made comfortable in We, the undersigned have known F. J. celebrated Tar and White a cottage at the Snlphnrprings four miles back of this Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business city. transaction, and financially able to carry Tiik Constitutional Convention nice in out any obligations made by their firm. Wkst it Thaux, Wholesale Druggists, Davies county is Incoming quite interesting. There are four candidates in the Toledo, O. W u.ihm;, Kin.xax it Maiivin, field and all of them are iopular and Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internleading men of Owensboro. They areas follows : Judge (!. W. Williams, 11. 11. ally, acting directly ujion the blood and Taylor, J. II. Kudv and Thomas S. Pettit mucous surfaces of the system. sent free. Price 7."ct per bottle. Tiik "little fellow of the Republican" Sold by all druggists. is still snapping at everything within roach; he even strikes at a noise, lie Judge HcBeath's Opinion- chews dynamite and throws dirt in minThe following is Judge McKeath's ute particles ; never makes a point, but "gets opinion in the case of tho Louisvillo, in the minds of his admirers he Hardinsburg and Western Railway Comthere just the Mine." pany vs. W. V. MeCraeken and Co., special term of his court, Tiik Hon. Jas. U. Itluine has not stud- rendered at a hold in Louisville July 3rd. ied clitics all this time for naught, and Without entering into any discussion when he rises to say that the McKinly of the questions involved herein I will Kill will defeat the Republican party in simply announce my conclusions on tho 1SH2 it sounds like he knows whereof he speaks.. Hut then it is no time forKlaine motions iK'iiding. 1 hold that the persons named in the Reed is to suggest anjthing; country now, anil no ad- first section of the charter of the Comrunning this pany, lireen, Dean, Mercer, Jolly, Ken-ne- tt vice from other quarters is needed. and Johnson or such of them as met of the stump speaking canvass and proceeded to take action, had the In view right to organize tho Company and to just coining on, the Dick Tate affair is exercise all the functions of IncorjKini being taken from its winter lodgings, subdusted, aired anil thoroughly renovated tors and Directors, without having scribed for any stock, and to hold their It is not and prepared for service. ollice until tho first regular meeting of known yet whether it will be used in thereafter held as same style it was last year or be re- the stockholders the provided in the Charter and modeled, but it is generally believed of the Company . That the action of the that the old style is good enough. While Hoard of Directors directing the issuance a new style might look better, the old advantage of of the stock to 20,000 per mile, and the one wears well and lias the demand of MeCraeken it Co. for tho being always leady. 7,800 si in res of stock which was at the rate of $L'0,000 per mile, and its delivery In the suit by the original incorporators of the Louisville, Hardinsburg and to him was an abandonment on the part of those individuals who had previously Western railway, against W. V. it Co., a motion was made be- subscribed for stock, to demand same d fore Judge T. R. McKcath in Chambers from Company, but they should lw to look to MeCraeken for Banio at Louisville last week by the defeninjunction provided they had previously paid for it, to dissolve the dants petition of the plaintiffs( and consequently there was, nt tho date dismiss the the motion of tho olection of tho Hoard of Directors Judge McKcath over-rule- d and the case will now come up on the complained of, no stock that could bo legitimately voted held by any ono exmain question as to whether the defendants have violated theirtontract by not cept tho 7,800 shares aforesaid, all of which was enjoined. putting the road through Hardinsburg. That tho action of Judge Toney in j dissolving tho injunction granted by tho Ho. Charles Klanford has accepted the call made upon him by his party in County Judge of Kreckenridgo County a candidate for the did not sustain! the injunction, and it this county to Nothing was in full force and effect at tho time of Convention. Constitutional less could havo been expected than that tho election of tho Hoard of Directors the Republicans would put out n candi- complained of and said election was date after the Democrats had mode, a and is void and in contempt of this court, Many bad IiojkmI that but tho court being of the opinion that nomination. neither party wouhl havo made nomi- tho action of tho defendants in holding nations for this office" as it is a position said meeting and olection was in good entirely distinct from jiolitlca, and one faith I regard the contempt merely tech4hat tho peopleshouldliavo chosen, somo nical and tho lino should bo nominal and one to fill irrespeclivo of party affiliations say $1,00 each. It follows as a matter However such a thing as universal har- - of course that if tho election was void mony uion any question, in a county tho defendants claiming to bo directors A'hero tho parties nro pretty evenly under such election havo no authority hllvided seems almost a matter of lin- - to control the suit filed and their motion to dissmiss sanio is possibility. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Tho. Adklnon. For Count; Attorney, Jndge Milton Board. It gets no cooler mighty fast. Miss Lillic Scott is visiting nt Rowley-vill- o. Miss Laura Hook is visiting at Whitcs-villMiss Lillio is visiting at Clo-vcno- e. to er Mrs. Krooks went to Stephensport last Saturday. Trains arc now running dally on the L., II. and W. Miss Dye, of Mississippi, is visiting Mrs. J. C. Petric. Squire Frank Rhodes, of McDaniels, was in the city Monday. Mr. Henry Matthews, of Fordsville, was in the city Tliursday. Rev. Cox and wife nro visiting Mr. "W. G. Piggott at Kewleyville. Mr. J. D." Keelcr and Wat Lcnnin went to Cincinnati last week. Miss Ik'ttio Taylor, of Rosotta, was visiting Mrs. V. G. Kabbago last week. Rcv.S. C. Petrie will fill Rev. Cox's pulpit at the M. E. churuh next Sunday. The new barber, Mr. Puzell, has moved his family hero from Cannelton, Ind. There were forty teachers before the Hoard of Examiners last week for certificates. m Mrs. Charley Miller is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gabo Meador, at Big Spring. Mr. Peyton Shumate, of Custer, was bore last Friday attending the Wheeler meeting. Miss Mollio Barnes, of Carsville, Ky., is in the city visiting her brother, Mr. W. K. Barnes. Mr. Richard May is delivering Fordsville coal to parties in this city at ten cents per bushel. Miss Bessie Beard and Miss Eva Hensley are visiting Mrs. Edgar Bennett near lSewleyville. Hardinsburg furnished the largest iwrtion of the crowd at the Irvington picnic on the Fourth. Everylsxly is complaining of the dry, hot weather. A heavy rain thnt would wash out the town would do it good. Mrs. Nannie Williams, who has been on a visit here for some time, returned to her home in Illinois last Monday. Notici: The law firm of Murray it Mercer is hereby dissolved by mutual Mukray it Mkkckii. consent. Mr. J. E. Stone and his family will remain in the city until September. They have rooms at Mr. Buzby's in tho west end. Rev. Arnold, from Henry county, was in the city and lectured to the Sunday-schoat the M. E. Church South Monday night. The candidates are having a hot, dusty time of it in their gyrations over the county, but they nro trying to hold out until August. Tho teachers' examination was held at the school house last Friday. Mr. F. M. C. Jolly and Win. H. Bell were the examining board. Business in the Mayor's court was pretty lively last Monday. Somo half dozen parties were fined for violation of the city ordinances. The city council at its last meeting ordered a fill in the new street opened below Mrs. Kinchloo's, and tho same put in condition for travel. Mr. Richard May cut eleven tons and fourteen hundred pounds of hay oft" two acres and a half of ground near hero last week. Mr. May thinks this is tho boss yield of the season. The Wheelers held their election hero last Friday and elected tho following officers : President, Ezra Tuck-'cJ. W. Storms; E. McDavis, Svcretnry, and R. E. Pickerel, Treasurer. Natural gas has boon run into nearly all the business houses of Cloverport and Thoso who a number of residences. have used it as fuel and for lighting purposes, pronounce it a grand success. It is a big thing for Cloverport and her people. ol semi-annur; e, nt Testi-mona- ls SjK-ake- r Ky-La- At The Tar Springs. Tliis delightful and picturesque summer resort was formally opuned for visitors on tho Fourth. A largo crowd from this city, louisville, Owenslwro and Victoria greeted tho management and said by their presence that they approved the efforts being mado to this old time health resort, and bring it up to its once former place, as one of tho leading pleasure and health resorts of the country. Much credit is duo Mr. R. It. Picrco of this city for his efforts in this direction. Ho fins worked faithfully mid hard sinco tho early spring to secure a hotel building that would bo a credit to the phfl-d- . JIis;plans failed to niaturo in time for this seasons business, but ho went nhcad and mado temporary accommodations for a'limited number of guests The improvements nro not such ns ho would havo them, but still they nro quite comfortable and cozy and icrfectly satisTho cottnges factory for their extent. havo all been repaired and furnished with now beds, carpets, and furniture and look quite inviting. A now dining room lias boon built, largo and air', ana with its long rows of tables covered with clean white linens and bright wares, gives tho whole place thoappcarancoof a first-clas-s summer resort, which it really is for a fow people. Tho dinner on this occasion was all that tho most exacting epicure could wish, delightfully cooked, well served and was in every particular u success. Mr. Piorco is to ho congratulated in his management so far, audit is to bo hoped that ho will meet with sufficient encouragement to niaturo his plans for next season. Havo your Job work dono at this office in tho latest stylo and designs. com-jielle- e over-ruled- ." County court Monday. "Love is blind," thorcfotv loving eyes Mr' J. V' Lewis was in Louisvillo last cannot see things as they lvally nre. week. Mrs. lira Tucker sets a dinner Miss Agnes Ricketts is visiting her son the occasion being her liirth- James. M. Lyddan, of Webster, was in town 'dny. Warren Bethel and n Mr. Tabor, of last week. J. I). Babbagc, Cloverport, was in Hardin, wero in the vacinity this week to buy Iambs. town Monday. Tho census hikers nro through with Ike Meyer will go to the country Monthis county. dny to spend a week with his former Mr. J. K. Ditto and son were in Louis- teacher, Miss Mollio Pile ville last week. News sometimes travels slowly. For Squire Ditto and J. A McGeheo went instance, wc havo just heard thnt John to Louisville last Friday. Pilo nliout a month ngo bought tho Win. Mr. T. A.'Robinson spent Sunday witli Smith tract of land. Consideration nbout his sister, Mrs. L. C. Mnlin. $500. Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. There is a great deal of sickness now. Hardin died last Thursday. Adam Smith, Undo Noah Basham, Miss Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Ycnkel spent several Stidio Tucker nnd others nre among the days in Ixmisvillo last week. Miss Lillic Ycnkel, Louisvillo, is visit- nfllicted. None, however, nro yet considered dangerous. ing her father, Mr. Geo. Yeakcl. Bob McGuffin has improved the looks Ycnkel Messrs. Whittelshofcr and of his dwelling by a fresh painting. Ho went up tho river Monday night. Robert lkrndon spent Sunday in town is an excellent painter, but cannot do any work away from Bums, on account tho guest of the Misses Raw lings. Mr. W. B. Thomas, of Louisville, was of being engaged in the store here. tho guest of T. L. Pusey last week. Gilbert Pilo has not been able to bo Mrs. Lucy Cullcy, of Mississippi is vis- out much for tho last week, but hns recovered enough to go to the examinaiting her brother, Mr. M. Fontaine. Tiic Wheelers from all over the county tion nt Hardinsburg Ho expects to remain there with friends until Tuesmet nt Ekron Saturday to organize. John Sanders and sister, Misa Ellen, day. are visiting Miss Mattio Leo Moremon. Misses Mnttie, Emma, Ollie, Vada and Miss Maud llerndon entertained a Lctitia Tucker went to Harncd yesterlargo number of Iter friends Monday day, where they boarded the train for evening. Irvingion. They were chaperoned by The steamer Sunshine brought down Messrs. Roscoo Northern and Joe about 1,000 colored people to this place Tucker. Sunday. F. M. Armes is nt work on Fairview Tho wheat crop is found to be short in church which will be entirely repaired quality and quantity by all that have before tho fourth Sunday, when tho threshed. Quarterly Meeting will be held. It. will The annual examination of teachers continue through Monday and Tuesday Thirty-si- x was held hero Saturday. following. wcro examined. Thoso persons who, tho other day, Misses Rcna nnd Bettic Clnrkson nnd thought that n mad' cow had been rollMannio McCnuso visited Miss Minnie ing in the road near the store, then turnCas)erko Sunday. ing n somersault in tho nir, striking the Mrs. Dr. Crutcher, of Garrett, spent ground nnd wallowing n number of Saturday and Sunday w itli her daughter, yards, arc informed thnt Jim Miller had .Mrs. James Ricketts. been walking nlong there n short time Dr. J. M. Hanlin has nbout 1,000 gal- before. Jim spent a couple of days in lons of as fine wine as it was over my the vicinity this week with his friends. privilege to sample. Jim is exceedingly well bcliked by our Miss Stella Ouerbaekcr, who has been people. the guest of Miss Nellie Richardson, has returned to Louisville. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. daughMr. Bob Ellis' little The licst salvo in tho world for cuts, ter died last Friday night and was taken bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever to Mauckport Saturday for burial. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, been no offers made on corns, and skin There have eruptions, and positively wheat at this point. Tho few that havo cures Piles, or no pay required. It is threshed shipped direct to Louisville. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or The farmers in tho bottom are busy money refunded. Price 25 cents per with their hay crop. Meadows aro a box. For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverlittle light, with considerable weeds in port, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt, Hnrdinsburg, them. Ky. Messrs. Crawford, of New Albany, and BEWLEYVILLE. Chas. Fontaine, of Nelson county, wcro the guests of Mr. Alonzo Moremon SunA good rain would help noV. day. Miss Ellen Footo is nt home after n Mr. F. W. O'Bryan passed through town Monday on his return to Louisvillo few months' stay in Hnrdinsburg. from a visit to his former home in this Miss Bettie Tnylor, of Rosett'a, hns county. gone to Hnrdinsburg on n visit. Coleman & Childs aro putting tho full The records show this to be the hotroller process into their mill, and will, test weather wo havo had in June for as soon ns completed, bo nble to make ns sixteen years. good flour as can bo made. The tobacco worm is putting in his apT. L. Pusey attended tho banquet of pearance rather early this season. They tho Louisville High School class of 1888, nre plentiful. Inst Wednesdny evening, nnd resjonded Mr. Thos. Payne, of near this place, toast "The World's Fair." lo tho Mr. John F. Frakes is noted for his lost a work horse from tho effects of heat generosity and accommodation to visit- a week ago. Horses should lib taken from tho plow ing ministers. Ho never accepted a bill from one sinco he has been in tho hotel nnd watered and allowed to cool off between times of feed. business. Messrs. J. S. Moremon and Ed Gunrt-neFnrmers should seo that their wheat of Corydon, were in town Mondny. is put in tho stack, so that it will not inThoy say they will havo their mill ready jure, and don't bo in a hurry to thresh ; for operation at thnt place in about three you can afford to hold it this year. weeks. Tho American pooplo used tocclebrato Miss Rosa Moremon hns some very tho Fourth of July on account, of its befine pictures on exhibition, which sho ing independence day; but tho most Miss particular ones to quit work on that day has enlarged from photographs. Morcmcn exhibits a great deal of talent now, do it to go to a picnic or a base-ba- ll in her crayon work. game, and don't know whnt the DeclarMr. Russell, of Lebanon, was in town ation of Independence means. Just nsk Saturday in the interest of his brother, them nnd seo if I am correct. Judge Win. E. Russell, who is recently A letter From Kansas. , announced as n candidate for Congress LuiKitAi., Kansas, July 1st, 1800. in this district. Tho clearing up sides of summer goods Friend Babbage Please allow me tho of nil kinds nt Geo. Ycnkel it Co.'s Mam- use of n fow lines "of your valuable paper moth Stores aro drawing big crowds. to answer tho inquiries of your renders, The prices thoy inakc aro exceedingly ns I cannot nnswer each ono singly. Tho low. Call ami seo them before buying. country is level, tho land hero is of two Mr. D. W. Lewis spent tho Fonrth ' nt kinds, blue stem nnd buffalo. All kinds Wyandotte cavo with n party from Louis- of stock do well hore. Wheat nnd ryo villo, among whom was W. F. Caspcrke, havo dono very well hero this season for formerly of this place. Mr. Lewis re- n now country. I think this country is ports n most pleasant time. better adnptod to small grain than corn. Quarterly Meeting was held at tho M. There is plenty of land hero E. Church hero Saturday and Sunday. A under tho homestead Act. There good crowd was in attendance and sev- is a chanco for every man with small eral ablo sermons wcro preached by Bro. means to obtain n homo for nothing nnd Browdcr. Tho protracted meeting is ho can get n hundred nnd sixty ncrcs of still in progress. Tho pastor is assisted land for nothing nnd nico level land nt by Rov. Stamper,, who, though n very that. The wntcr hero is nil or nearly nil young man, only 22 yenrs of nge, has good, the climnto is nearly tho samo as preached Bomo most interesting sermons. there. All letters nddressed to B. L. Tho annual election of directors nnd Bates, Liberal, Kansas, will bo promptly officers of tho Mendo County Deposit nnswered. Bank was held on tho 1st of July nnd reEnclosed you will find $1.00 subscripof tho old offisulted in tho tion to your valunblo paper. cers nnd. directors. This bank is ono of B. L, Batks. the best paying institutions in this porAdams-Falletion of the country, and tho showing for Mr. Ilarvoy Adams, of Cloverport, and tho first half of this year was remarkably Miss Lula Pullon, of Stephensport wero good. Quito n party from this placo attondod married at the rcsidenco of Mr. Geo. the picnic, nt Grahnmpton on tho Fourth Grady at tho corner of Sovcntb nnd nnd spent a most pleasant day. In tho Triplctt streets last night at 8 oclock, party wero Misses Jennie, Fnnnlo and Rov. Dr. Luce officiating. A largo numHesterWobifollq-Fanni- o Clnrkson, Efllo ber of vnluablo presents wcro recicved. nnd Lucy Rnwlings, and Annie Richard- After tho ceremony a delicious repast son; Messrs. Geo. Frymire, Will Wool-fol- was served. Thoso present wore Miss Elvis AVimp, Albert Richardson Violett Miller, of Stephensport, Mi', nnd P. K. Malin. After tho picnic thoy Frank Ferry, of Cloverport, Mr. nnd Mrs. wcro most pleasantly entertained nt sup- Ilolbrook, of Bufonl, Ky., Misses Vitula nnd Statira M. Farland. Misses Bolls, per by Miss Clara Hunt. Brandenburg had no celebration of her Miss Alva Duffoy, Mr. nnd Mm. James Grady, Mr. and Mrs. W F. Brown Mr. own on tho Fourth, but most of tho cit. nnd Mrs J I) Allison, Mr. and Mn, Noss izens enjoyed tho nmusoments else Brown, Mrs. Geo,9 Kolenberg, Mrs. where. A great ninny attended tho pic- nics in dllleront parts of tho county, Amanda Grady, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Snyothers went on tho excursion to Sugar der, Rov. and Mrs. Luce, Mrs. Martha Grove, while a largo number of tho Walp, Messrs. Fred Kollenbcrg, Chas. young people spent a most delightful McDttHiel and other frtemk and rela-tiwday picnicing at the old mill bejow town. Q'enboro Mengor. to-dnfifty-fourt- h y, n. k, Fourth. PHIZZ ply him with ! N ! M fire-work- Let her go, Gallagher! Give the hoy n chance. Suptoy pistols and Lot fiim1 s. have all the fun he wants. Teach hii-- i the cause of this jollifi-- " cation. Let him understand what the' 'signing of the Declaration of Independence did for him and for his country, and why all iionor and revere the memory of the great and only George Washington. wo , - ' - - j4 I it is tliut Teach him, also, that the host place in tho city lo buy clothing, and the only place where all their clothing is their, own manufacture, is at WINTER i I I I I I CO.'S, "Old Uteliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I .' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'ji 'W.V W -- if I I I I I I I I i i i i V 11 ! 4 Ife F. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, .jKxLr S 2w KY. Jewelry Department WATCHES, CLOCKS' i Grocery Department STAPLE AND FANCY y ' 1! ; M 14 1 :HD JEWELRY, GROCERIES, its Musical Merchandise and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Fruits of ail Kinds, Etc. Articles of Incorporation. fcklllman, A. L. Oelx, 0. W. Moorman, 0. T Skillnian, W. O. Smart, T. Sklllman, C. M. Uullltt and A. B. Sklllman, have this day associated themselves together, at a body poll- -. tie and corporate under tho eotporate name of "The Cloverport Pipe Line Company," and aid corporate company shall have perpetual succession ; shall have power to sue and be sued by lt corporate name, to have a common seal and alter the same at pleasure, to acquire at.d transfer proporty real and personal, and shall possess the same power in auch respect at prtvato individuals or natural persons and no more. 2d The principal place ol transacting the business of said company thull be Cloverport, Breckenridge County, State or Kentucky. 3. Tho general nature of the business cf aid company shall be tbe buying and selling of natural gaa and oils ; furnishing the same lo private Individuals, companies and corpora-tio, transporting the same in mains, pipeg, tubes or otherwise through towss. cities, and private and public property furnishing same lor heating or illuminating purpose and fitting up apparatus thercfur" and to acquire, hold and own uch property, real and personal as said company shall deem necesstry to and for the business and to convey or trans- 1 !1me ,Bt PleMure ! 'o acquire, erect, build, and own or hold by lease guch manufactures and operate same, a said company may desire, In which natural gas or oil are nted or utilised or product therefrom are created or manufactured ; and to transaot and conduct tho business of buying, selling, transporting and manufactring with aadfiom ea and oils. 4.. The capital stock ahall be three thousand five hundred dollars, 'paid up and nonassessable but the tame may ba Increased at any time by rote of tbe majority of the capital stock to any turn not exceeding twenty tL'ou- and dollar ($20 000) and shall be paid in on tho call of the directors. 5. Tho Incorporator shall be the board of direotor for the first year and nntll their uo- cessors are elected and qualified. corporation (ball commence noon ., uung or tbese article for record and shall endure lor a period of twenty.fivd year thereafter. 7. Tho affairs of said corporation jhall be managed for the fintyearby the incorporator, and thereafter by a board of director of not less than Ave nor more than seven tookholder to be elected directors by the bolder of the capital stock, who shall b elected annually at and on tho anniversary of tne organization of the company under these article. The director shallleleot of their cumber a president, and treasuror and shall appoint a secretary, and such other officer ns they may deem proper cr may be provided Tor in tho The term or all officer shall be one year or until their successor are elected or appointed and qualified. Any officer may be removed at anytimo for mlsoouduot by tbe board of director, and their successor appointed by such board. S. Tbe highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which laid corporation shall subject Itself at anytime shall not exceed ot it fully paid up capital etook. 9. The private property of tbe stockholders ball be exempt from corporate debts. 10. Said corporation iball havo power to make and establish all ruleo and regulation deemed expedient In tho management of their affairs, nut Inconsistent with tbe constitution and law of thl itato or of the United State. It. The thare and Interest of the stockholder shall be tranrerable, but only oaho book of the company and in such manner a ball jie preacribed by tho Witness tbe signatures of tbe parties this the.' 12th day of M7. A. D. 1890. II, A. Oelte, ' Chat. B. Sklllman, A. B, Sklllman, ' 0. T. Sklllman, A. L. Uohe,- j C. W. Moorman, J. T. Sklllman, W. a. Smart, C. M. Bullitt. LONG BRANCH. Mr. Jim Smith is threshing in tho bottom. Miss Lillic Ditto is right sick with mnlnria fever. Mr. Cal Hendrick nnd children spent tho Fourth nt Guston. Sir. W. L. Shnflcr, from Bnrksville.Ky., spent Sunday nt Long Branch. One couple, employees of the Adams Express Company spent the day nt this place. F. Ditto, Sr. nnd grandson Frankie Fnirleigh returned to tho city on the Ja. ' make"-contract- K Fourth. Mr. Jim llickcrstnfTnnd sister and Miss May McFnrland spent tho Fourth at Grahnmpton. Mr. John Phillips, who hns been visiting relatives here returned to his home nt Lebanon, Ky. Misses Annie Fontaine, Nellie and IJobt McGehcc spent tho Fourth nt Grahnmpton. J. K. and Wm. Ditto and J. A. McGehcc have threshed nnd sold their wheat crop. Poor yield, poor quality nnd poor price. A picnic party of twelvo couplo from Louisville, spent the Fourth on the hill side in front of F. Ditto, Sr.'s, residence They had n fino dinner, plenty of ico cream nnd all the good things that was wanting to caL , An invitation was extended from the party for tho family to dine with them. 31c-Gch- ni til-ag- es T- - J -- . " y he Worth Knowing-Hughe- -- s' ar wit Toxic Tho old time, reliable remedy for Fever nnd Ague. Imputation earned by Thirty yenrs success. You can depend upon it. TnY It! Dhug- GISTS HAVE IT. STATEMENT Of tho Condition of the HrccklH- UAtiK.viovoruert, Ky.,at tho riaffo Of lIllklllCHH ClOKO juh 30lh, .1800, ASSETS. ,.$180,923 67 ... 2,572 .1,335 ... 2,130 130 .. 25,884 ,.. 32,030 .. ,22,645 by-la- Notoj and Bills Discounted..,.. Bank Fixtures and Furniture.. Banking House and Lot Orer Drafti..: Sunpcnded Debt. Bonds.. Dae irom Iiaukf Caab on band. Total Capital Stock ,. 25 14 34 85 04' 38 57 two-thi- rd $240,661 21 v I.IAUIiaTir.S. , , Surplus Fund. ... Undivided Profits Dividend No. 32, due July 2nd 1800 : Deports $45,100 18H.813 19,000 2,533 00 41 00 23 te J!f by-la- Taxes due Jul; 1st, 1890 1,801 00 410 60 Total $249,601 24 I, A. 11. Sklllman, cashier of the above named Ilauk do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the belt of my knowledge und beltet. A. B. SKILLMAN, Cashier. Subscribed and iworn to before me this the lit day of July, 1890. CHAS. B. SKILLM AN, N. P. B. 0. by-la- " :r h FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Fur Sale ccond calf A fine J, half Jersey cow, fresh, T. Cannor. If You Have CONSUMPTION I COUW. or COLB RONCHITI9 Thrat Affection During my absence my on, II, 0. Murray, It authorised to colle t money due. AH persons indebted will please settle with him af onoe. D. II. Muebav, Uloyerjiort, Ky. Attorney at Law. Notice ! SCROFULA U I Witting of Stab Or emy DImtm icKtr the TfcroaJ and Lung mr Inflamed, ttfmqUngth or Kttn Fetter, you can tM reltcrrM'QtaiI ty PTI1LI0 BFBAimm. Tho County candidates tot tlio.s evcrn offices will address tho pcoplo of Urcck- enridgo county at tho following tlincsaml. places : r . I f , , t SCOTTS EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL With. HypflphoaplUteg. OF Jlattlngly, Tuesday, iHuiHiiiuiH, Itock Vale, "Wednesday, July PALATABLE fUumtUn meetpl m jhk fitf'SttH't Mmu$lit; M At MILK. n4 M tte as talUUmli gold y mU tuMUul. UJut yM t OttTT A BOWNOMM4t7N.Y. J , DrHiU. Custer, Thursday, 17. Dig Spring, Friday, 18.' Qarlicld, Tuesday, 22. ltnwloy ville, "Wednesday, . 23. Webwter, Thursday, ' 24. Clifton Mills, Friday, 5. Union Star, Saturday, m. Mnolavietlla. WtulnaiuLiv. no. M 8Ujt)tiMfKrt, Ttiumjatjr, I'lOYOf-DOiFriday. Anturf, I. IfaNHwttHirg, Sttitmltg', Attguat 8. rapewaiig io MHNHHmce prompr iy at t. -- West View, Saturday, Iludsonvillo, AVedncsday, rnuav, 8. 0. 11. 12. 1(1. OCHVK n, Bi. , ?, V. s l a"f , r.-- f f '. - (V aaCs&Otf&MCati MaaMUdaMNattadfeM fjtfpPfik iW7.l .flMBCaiK t Wr k, .. L Sk Syrup of Figs is taken; itis pleasant and refreshing to thotasto, and acta gentlyyet promptly on. tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- orcis KisrjoYa Both tho method and results when kjCiVS W.WWSM --- tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leadintr druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not havo it on hand will o it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-eur- SAN FHANCISC ), CAL. LOCSVILU, Kr. HEW YORK, H.r. John Allen Murray, Clovcrport. Wm. K. Barnei, Ilardinsburg. &, Attorneys atLaw. sa?v MURRAY BARNES, &: 5 -- - Hardlnsbcrg and Clovcrport, Kentucky. fo V '5. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURG, KY. with Murray & TiETOffica BftV'V Iiarncs Court Square Attorney at Law, CLOVERPORT, KY. near Post STOflico with D. It. Xu-ra- y office. li. JV. MILLER, Dr. J..M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, , Office over Richardson' Hardware (tore. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. llUSU, .VYIXHl. W. S. TAYLOR. . m. -- t. 7t- - t''.': JDENT18T8 T 2 J. H. Taylor & Co., ' Frcderica Street, Orer Zulaufs Jtwtlry Store OWENSB0RO, KY. ri?RRRCKRNRIDGE NEWS. sMrar WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1890. -- . : -- , . ' LOCAL mi.,, . J.11C VCiZiJ BEEVITIES. oitfTtntKv Mr. John Dean Jr. of Glcndcano was in the city Saturday. Mr. Dean is one of the progressive young business ineii of his town Glendeano a new villago just sprung up on tho L. If. and W railroad. He says tho railroad is fast developing his section, and before another year they will havo built up a great town out thcro. Mr. John Corley met with a very serious accident last week while hauling a load of Father Ifigglns' moving plundor Ho was sitting 6n his to tho wharf. wagon which was loaded with a big lot of plunder and in driving down over tho rough wharf was thrown from his scat on the rocks, crushing ono arm and brusing his body very badly. He was very fortunato to como out as well as he did. The Smith farm, containing 211 acres situated In Holt's bottom, was sold here Saturday by County Commissioner, V. G. Babbage, for $2410. Mr. J. T. Miller, There of this citv. was the purchaser. were no bidders except tho parties interested in making it bring tho amount of their debts. It seems that farm lands nro not wanted at any prico. This is all owing to tho fact that there is no money to bo mado in farming. Tho uncertainty of tho seasons and tho low prico of all farm products, brought about by the high protective tariff, combines and trusts, renders the business of farming almost a dead loss to every one that undertakes it. Mr. S. W. Cox, of Stephcnsport, called on us last week and thanked us very kindly for soiling a small bunch of hogs for him through an advertisement in tho News. He says he had several bidders for them and succeeded in getting a good credit prico and gives tho Nkws More of our fanners for the sale. should take advantage of this column. It could be made one of the most valuablo and interesting features of the paper, if farmers who havo stock to sell would pay a little attention to it. If you havo a bunch of stock to sell or anything else on your farm send. us a postal canl to that effect and wo Will find you a purchaser. It costs you nothing if you are a paid up subscriber. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Holt gave a delightful reception at their home in Holt's Bottom last Wednesday evening in honor of their daughter's guest, Miss Jessie Vineyard. Mrs. Holt tho hostess did nil in her power to make everyone enjoy themselves anil a most pleasant After1 the evening was spent by all. luncheon was served Miss Lafic Lalleist performed several excellent vocal an 1 pieces on tho piano. Miss Lafic is to bo complimented on her fiuo playing and singing. Those present wero Misses Nannie Brook Stephens atM Nellie Burks, of Holt; Miss Nannie Hancock, of Lonisvillc; Misses Lafio Lallcist.Pearl and Veva Miller, Lizzie Skillman.Allienc Murray, Sallie Murray, Mary Allen and Jessie Iloylo and Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Skillman, Clovcrport; Mrs. J. G. Stephens and W. E. Minor, Holt; Messrs. Herbert Head and Zach Hardin, of Holt; Will Fountain, Brandenburg; Charlie Moonnan, J. W. Owen, Geo. Bcntly, Walter Smart, Jas. It. Skillman, D. M. Duncan, O. T. Skillman, Fred Fraizo, E. C. Babbago and Eugene Vest, Clovcrport. PERSONAL. C. P. Sawyer IMPRESSIONS OF GERMANY. Owens-lKro. and now tho lowers are amicably ing the pic. would-divido divid- W. S. Bowmcr spent Sunday in Holt's Bottom. Judge J. S. Wilkorson is at home for a few days, C. P. Babbago was in tho city Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. It. E. Moorman siient Monday in Holt's Bottom. Mr. Wm Ditto, of Brandenburg, was hero last week. Mrs. AVin Vest, will visit Grayson Springs this week. , Mr. Jas. Hook, of Ilardinsburg, spent Sunday in this city. Bob Wilson, Home. Ind., is visiting his father this week. Mr. Chas. E. Couty, of Louisville, was in tho city yesterday. Prof. It. P. Schacklett. of Ilardinsburg, was in the city Monday. Miss Nannie Stephens, of Holt, is visiting friends hero this week. r Fred Fraize and Walter Smart spent last week in Holt's Bottom. Miss Rcna Lamar, of Owensboro, is visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. Sam Keith, of Owensboro, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith. Willio Nicholas and Oscar Holder went to Louisville Thursday. Mr. J. II. Sullivan and wife returned to.tjiejr home at Elnora, Ind., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Webb, of Louisville, are summering at Dawson Springs, Miss Kosa Crittenden, of Frankfort, is visiting Miss Alllcnc Murray this week. It. M. Conway, tho real estate agent of Owensboro, was in the city last week. Rev. David Stancliff delivered an excellent sermon at the M. E. Church Sunday. Mr. Virgo Hardin of Holt, passed though town Saturday with 110 head oj sheep. Miss Lizzie Hall went to Owensboro Sunday to make a visit to her brother, Ernstus Hall. Miss Hattie May, of Ilardinsburg, who has been visiting the Misses Hall, returned home Sunday. Mr. Morris Eskridge, of Ilardinsburg, was here yesterday engaged the Mayor's contested election case. Miss Addie G. Dittq, of Louisville, is expected here this week to make a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbage. Freddie May, Jr., of Cannellton, Ind., has accepted a position with Chas. Lisbon to learn the butcher's trade. J. A. Witt, of Ilardinsburg, left Sunday for Owenboro to visit jiis wife, who thcro is under treatment for blood poison. Mrs. Fleming came up from "Owensboro Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Priest Moorman, living near Planter's What An American Thinks of the The foreign nations up the For the education of inexperienced buyers and a BLOCKADL to Inhabitants of tho Fatherland. United States if we were divisablo in Jas Petrie, of Victoria, was in the city boasting boomers of bogus bargains. way. Friday. Ilnrlln nnd IIn 0iprclv ITIIIiinr)- that is my rainy day at a German inn. This A. A. Lnllcist returned from Louisville Uni-'I'- lm SnvliiffVlinrncturiNlIc Overcoats and umbrellas aro necessary. Monday. CHOICE of the (icrninn People, It is very cold disagreeable, - spent Sunday in Tho natives aro, of course ignored. A BLOCK-AI- D htock lion. P. R. Murray' lett-- r to the and and a Courier-Journa- l. It Fays to Raise Good Horses. Tho following from tho OwensWo Messenger shows that good horses can bo raised in Breckenridgo as well as in other counties in the State, and it ought to he an inducement to more of our farmers to go into the business. Tho Messenger says : "Mr. W. W. Williams, of the Basin Spring stock farm, Breckenridgo county, has sold several fine horses in Owensnon's mouth. I could becomo very much interested boro. Mel. Millet bought a mare with a in German characteristics and German trial record of 2:33 for $S00; L. J. Smith bought another for $500, and R. A Burlife were I to llvo hero long enough. The steady, slow, sure, plodding way of nett another for $:100. The animals are strain." "getting thenr that the German has is all of the novel, but interesting to an American. Knocking with your key on the tin plate on tho door brings the elevator (or "lifter," as it is called here) to your floor in the best hotel in Berlin. This is not as swift as the electric button, but still tho elevator boy bows you into his ascending or descending box, and the result is tho same. The candle in the rooms (now being superceded by electric lights) is primitive, but safe. A Gcrmnn says that too many people would lose their lives by asphyxiation if gas were allowed in tho rooms. This is that same "saving" propensity of tho Germnn, you slub-liornes- s, Ciiyler-IInmbletoiii- Hamburg, Juno 19. A German never, expectorates when ho smokes in the Fatherland. In fact, a German novcr gives or throws anything nway over here. This is not meant as an ad verso criticism. Tills quality is tho underlying principle of Gcnnany's greatness. It is contrary to tho German's nature and education to waste anything. He never gives nway or loses his lovo of country, his loyalty to tho niling power, his attachment to tho customs of his Fatherland. Onco a German, always a German. A German is steadfast and true ; true to his home, his friends, his family. His steadfastness may amount to but it Is faithful. A German keeps what is his, in every sense, and tho principle that makes bin save the very ashes of his cigar makes him save his country when at the can- spring overcoat is entirely too 1'ght. I). R. M. To .Dispel Colds, Headaches and Fevers, to cleanso the system effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when tho blood is impure or sluggish, orpcrmnncntly cure habitual constipation, to awaken tho kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, of wcll-fcclcct- goods. REATS nil without irritatingor weakningthem, Synip of Figs. uso others by being the best. pUSTOMElfe doubt beliovu a,,d lM,y. J wl,0 come in Uofli rings of discount lines. "PVEIIY article is backed by a guarantee of goodness It FA Ithe dealing founda- tion of our fortune SavaiaHaMBMtaMMatBMkMMSMIMiBk s (Nil EAT op- - W1 ' ,'i portiuiitesare buyers. RpYAi offered now to economical HONEST dealings nnd home like treat meut from us. "v Suiter's CLOVERPORT, KY. SCO. Berlin claims 1,200,000 inhabitants, and is a great city. Tho two principal streets U liter don Linden and Fiiedc-ric- h Strasse tho former a promenade and the latter her business street, present scones of life and activity both night and day. Tho Untcr den Linden, bended by tho royal palace, museums, art gallery, and the bronze statue of Frederick the Great, and with double rows of linn trees, leads to tho Brandenburg thor, or gate, through which you outer tho Thier-gartcn. POWDER Absolutely Pure. FARMERS and SHIPPERS For Sale. Puro nred llcrkihlro Tlfes, all ngr Eligible to registry. For Price) rnd other Information addrent J. T. HdltARDS, HardlBiburg, Ky. D. HAMBLET0N, Hall. Master ( Vivian Daniel, of St. Louis, Mo., came up Monday on tho evening train enrouto to Ilardinsburg, where he will visit relatives. Mr. B. O. Stout passed down on the train Monday night to Owensboro. He is connected with a large furniture house in Louisville. Misses Rena and Nora Hawkins, of Lcitchficld, who havo been visiting their grandfather, Mr. Caleb Hawkins, near town returned home yesterday. .'y ,i v, h rv ,?! ,J- P HAWESVILLE. ,.:- - .. v iwn . uuvu men L. J. Early was here Monday. .'iV 'houses ready for tho plasterers, - ?" A. A. TjiHeist has hroken cround for Weather Cooler. Politics Warmer. iiis now rcsiilenco on AVall street. Mr. Eugene Vance went to Louisville t, The Mayor's contest wus settled yester-f- ,. Saturday. Ilamhlcton withdrawing day. Curtis Williams, of Henderson, is visiting his father here. James Phillips has returned homo 311S8 JMOIllO AUKlHWJIl.Ol . uiu:i,BiBivi it' k. S(W . urvx. nA fnr min. , '- or m.t Dr. S. B. Ailkision is visiting Mrs. - ' v A. "P - J M'ii Tho contract for tho well to Do uoroi Miller's land for salt water on Mr. J. lias been let to Mr. Neff. I ' This office is indebted to Siiperintcn- dent C. M. Bullitt, of tho Short Lino rail-- . Ice-crea- m . ..... J. T. from tho South to see his family. road, for courtesies oxtended. : at Martin's every day and evening except Sunday. Orders by the rgallon filled at any thno if given in time " Tho engine and rig used at the Amcri- i. can gas well Mas sold at commissioners halo last Saturday for S930. Jas. T. Miller ' " ? "was tho purchaser. -Mr. Ilenrj- - Murphy who has been in " f 4l. Mr, fnf armn (imn rntiirnpd linnift s, fe- - a. " .Ao4Aw?nY rtn o viuif tn Ilia tinronts. Mr. "and Mrs. J, V. Murphy. Major Fowler will sell his householu; effects somo time next week ; tho exact dato will bo announced later. Ho has also a fine saddlo pony for Bale or trade. Dr. J. E. Brown has rented his new cottage just completed, on Houston streot,to Mr. Bigloy Borry.of the macliino shops. The Doctor has built ten houses Within tho last year, and has them all rented at good prices. " Tho oil well at Hawesvillo has been leased to tho Southern Oil Company, of T m.tuiMlIn niwl ntn.ivin' ,' Vntir uri1.n nro , and tho lessees givo tho own-- " W bored .'I ST crs ono barrel of pure oil for every seven tt obtained. Hawesvillo has tho oil fever. . .V it ,,;Vst0 " - ir '. jn. Fanners of tho United States rcciovo "inoro cleAr money from chickens and ' eggtj than from any other ono source," audit Is a fact that Gantor's chicken cholera cure Is daily adding to that Sold and warranted to euro by G. AV. Short, Tho Second street people living near fio new jail don't enjoy tho presence of that very popular institution. With threo lunatics, and a" drunken man or two, all in at samo time, doesn't make it " very pleasant for those who want to rest in peace and quiet, Tho following young ladies and gontle- men of Stophonsport cams down on the vk..t vpntordav morning and siiont the1 day at thd Tar Springs: Misses Pauline and Lottie GoltWtUcn, of Hondorson, Kom Smith, Hanliimburg; Sallie, Corn ami Lena IMchanleo, Hd Messrs Wm. Unhm Ster; Mllner, B. OT Kllrdt Mm, iigli' Iwwos, Mr. JenViiwarMl Dr. Stpheiniortj Mr. Clarence and Will Moorman Clovcrport. Keltli Mr. Chas. P. Babbage, accompanied by his mother, went to Rosetta Sunday Mrs. Katio Kelly, of Washington, Ind., to visit his sister, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. is visiting her father, Judge It. Y. Bush Mrs. Babbago will remain several weeks. at this placo. Lannic Smith, of Owensboro, was here John M. Baker, late of the unlamcnt-ed- , on tho Fourth nnd spent a few hours. defunct Times, has returned homo Lannio never misses an opportunity to mn up and see his old homo and friends. from Memphis. His many friends in Clovcrport will The ladies, of tho Methodist church, read the following from the Owensboro realized alout $75 from the picnic Messenger with deep regret ; "Tho progiven hero July 4th. tracted illness of Capt. John W. Bolt, at Wm. Ovorby was at homo Sunday Louisville, causes much uneasiness from Fordsville. " Mr. Simon Thomas his numberless Owenbloro friends. accompanied him back. Ho has now been confined to his bed Mr. George Berkeley and Miss Bessie more than five weeks and up to Friday WilliainB, both of this city, wero mar- last was still no better and gradually ried here on tho night of July 3rd. growing weaker. Detective Hugh Hull, of Rockiwrt was here Saturday. Ho Is a candidate for A Defect In The Law. the offico of shcrifl of Spencer county. Bewlewillk, Ky., Juno 30, 1800. John Eubanks, of Patesvillo, was last Mn. Editor Tho hanging of the negro by tho county court in week, held over tho sum of $500, bail for shooting with tramp near tho town of Irvington in Breckenridgo county tho other night for intent to kill one Jno. Adkins. Last week, a bolt of lightning evident- taking Green Bandy's twelve year old daughter from a horse and attempting to ly intended for tho Hawcsivlle Plain-dealstruck a building adjoining the ravish her, is another cvidenco that our law should never havo been changed one in which that paper is published. hanging to confinement in the peniA periodical that can overthrow, with from tentiary. It used to bo law that for such success, such forces as starvation and an offense a man was certain to hang, lightning, certainly is insuperable. then peoplo wore content to let tho law tako its course. Now it is that from trivial causes, cases aro iiostponcd, nnd finally they aro sent to tho penitentiary, because somo man with more sickly waa a!ck, we gate her Caatoria. When Itabjsentimentality than sense, s opposed to When she waa a Child, ahe cried for Caatoria. capital punishment. Look at tho case of clung to Caatoria. When she became Mtea, alio Jo Gray for tho atrocious murder of Miss When she had ClUldren, ahe gave them Caatoria. Davis. Instead of chokinc him to death ho is confined in a place that is comfortable in comparison with somo men's homes. Now establish a gallows nml a whipVery Little. county, and use them What encouragement is it to a news- ping post in cacli when necessary, and quit so much paper man to havo somo merchant or and while wo should nil opsomo ono elso who is interested in tho pose mob law, wo can hardly term this welfare of tho town to bo continually organized tlip other day telling him to boom tho town through body of mon that compaper; that is, give tho town a, freo to hang this negro a mob. It was his posed mostly of tho best citizens in tho advertisement each week, and when you community, and without disgulso went ask him to give you an ad for his busiunder a leader, in a cool but determined ness ho refuses? There aro peoplo in to do what they thought would overytown who want a newspaper to manner guaranteo protection hereafter wholo town on a regular, boom bo best to get the to their wives, their daughters and siswithout helping any themselves. For a ters while traveling alone upon the pb-ll- c paper to always bo "writing up" a town highways of by their fireside at home two-thirof its and then come out with bvwiiwss tuttfl filled with foreign I knew nothing of this advertising columns after the hanging, but ho swhi Mwrftob ads dws not showap very well for the ashamed to have bee pwfciit ttt tiwl boom, immI in fact it gives the whole crjowd, L, A. V, r Kentucky Grit, thing away, er g, Tho Frederich Strasse is a closely built business street, where tho elegant shop to deposit windows notice the passer-b- y his marks and pfennigs. During tho summer a resident of North Germany has a great deal of daylight. It is not dark" until 10 o'clock, and day breaks at 2 a. m., and they utilize every hour of it. Tho wages of Germany aro small, but work is provided for all, and therefore all live by the sweat of their brows. I havo not been approached by a beggar sinco I have been here. Tho governments, city and national, give tho lalwr-in- g class much employment. I am informed that tho standing army is composed of 500,000 men, and that three times that many could bo put in the field, fully equipped, in ten days. Then there is tho army of street cleaners, porters, postoflice employes, cab drivers, etc. Employment of their people seems to be as much a consideration as tho management of State or municipal affairs. Tho presence of the military of Berlin is oppressive to me. Evory where and at all times tho soldier and tho officer you havo with you. It is very suggestive of ruling by might to me. I am constrained to wonder how long Franco would keep her army out of Berlin should tho soldiery of Germany disband. The political situation is significant. The retirement of Bismarck was not altogether friendly. Tho German Society of New York sent this cablegram to Bismarck when his re"Tho tirement was first spoken of: Germans of New York fear nothing but God and tho resignation of Bismarck." Ho answered simply: "Long live the Emperor." But I find hero a whisper that tho old man is obstructing tho Emperor by Influencing members of the Roiclistag against government measures. At least, this is charged, and altogether no ono talks, yet you can breathe in tho fact that thcro is a Bismarck and an gate-keeper- s, Heal Estate Agent CLOVERPORT, KY, BSyAgent for the purchase and sale of town lots and lands. Persons wishing to buy or sell arc solicited to see me. IIofI to tho Ilcpol, nt nil A JOURNAL Hay, Corn and Oats. Give us a trial shipment. Write for Prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, . Grain Brokers and Produce Dealers, TZ-y- . Will do well to know that we handle Country Produce exclusively. 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It Issued PLANING MAFUFACTUKEIIS OF VllJjJjo DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In the Turning and Scrolling line of work will Le done the best manner and nt the lowest rates. at this establishment In Also dealers in Felt and llodlne Hoofing. INCORPORATION NOTICE. party. Bismarck is sore, and how far ho will bo able to abido quietly nnd silently is the question. I read tho other day that tho emperor had Intimated to him that any interference would ho noticed, and that the tlispleasuro of tho Kaiser would not bo withheld. Placques aro to bo seen In tho windows of the shops with tho picture of tho Emperor, and underneath: "Wo ist Bismarck?" By rubbing with a lead pencil, his picture is mado to appear in the Thus it is illustrated that tho Iron Chancellor is retired, but still in tho background. I saw tho Kaiser, last Saturday, at tho Ho is a kind-face- d horso show at Berjin. man, and doubtless is seeking to live in tho hearts of his people. I would suggest for him that he endeavor to be first in peace, but not in war. I do not oplno that ho would mako a great military emperor, as was his grandfather, back-groun- of tiio German nation is tho Every victory over Franco In 18G9-7city has Its commemorative monument, ond every German heart beats a "gloria" when that war is montionod. I predict that sooner or later tho two countries will fight it eut again- - Germany s having trouble in Geniwniaig Her policy K taMim tle Mhofc awl Grmn lMtMf m wquliing Gwrttuut jwraiiaiiifj to Otwafifit, 1. e. Wllhchn I. The prido fat J that Modoc cowwWyt A ber jnwpoft yHw, rH$ lie It known, that D. Hambleton, W. II. Ilowmer, J. T. Miller, J. C. Nolte, A. 1!. Skillman and their associates have associated themselves together and become Incorporated under the corporate name and stjte of the Salt and (las Well Company, and by that name shall have perpetual succession, tiny have a corporate seal and utter the same at pleasure, and as such shall hove exercise the r'rfht of a natural person. 2. The principal place of business of said corporation shall bo at Clovernort, Kentucky, and the general nature of Its business shall be to acquire lands by purchase, donation, louse or otherwlso, and drill for and develop theie-o- n natural gas, salt water, minerals and all or &4T other products or substances, and to manufacture or dispose of the same; also to deal In and utilise all such products and substance lay pipe lines, conduits, railway tracks, roads and passways for the successful and profitable management of Its business, and generally to do and perform all other lawful acts to this endi 3. The said corporation shall h vc power to sue and be sued by Its oirporate name In all courts and places; to tender the shares or Interests of Its stockholders transferable on ,the books of the company ; to make contracts,ae-quir- e and transfer property, possessing the same powers In this reiojt as natural persons and make all now bdJ y, to establish rules and regulations deemed expedient for the of It) affairs, not inconsistent management with the constitution or laws of this sUte or of tho United States, nnd to pr scribe the terms and conditions when the capital stock shall be paid In. 4. The private property of stockholders shall be exempt from tho debts of the corporation. 5. The highest amount of Indebteduera or liability to which the said corp imtlon shall at any tlma subject Itself shall not exceed fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) 6. The affairs of suid corporation shall be conducted by a president, secretary, treasurer and a board of five directors, who, shall be for one year and elected and bold their nntll their successors shall be elected and Installed. The stockholders shall annually on the first Saturday of July In oaeb year elect a board of directors, and each share of stock shall upon all matters be entitled to one rote to be cast in person or by wrlttan proxy, provided however, the corporation above named shall be the board of directors for one year or until their successors aro elected and Installed The board of directors shall elect the president secretary and treasurer, who shall told their office, for pne year and until their taocettors are elected and installed. The board may from time tcf&sia appoint such other officers and agents as to theaa may 7. The capital stock of said cor orattoa shall be tbe sum of Fire Thousand dollars, dlvldjJ Into one thousiad shatea of five dollars 8. The' said corporation shall cotuuteeoe budneis on the t,it day of July, I8V0,r4 way yeari. TIm Mfttal coelinue for tKty-l- v the oatl of Mm board ttook shall be ptfWe nan-- i f dlreetere aad at 1Mb tlaae and la r a tWay.siaW Clove-port by-laofll-es MOWERS 5 All the Best Machines. BIW uiii.ui.iiui RtKFQ IIIISIL.UI WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS,, Beautiful in Style and Finish. r Freight Prepaid to any Station. Harvest KY. : Machine repairs of all kinds. E. J. BASSETT & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, WHEELERS. A word to tbo Wheelers. You needn't consult any-bo- dy nor muko any arrangements in regard to your sup plies. I am selliug goods now lower than any living man can sell them and always have. Come to my Btorc in Ilardinsburg and it will tako mc only a fuw minutes to convince you of the. fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't At ask any more on my goods and sell a great many articles for less. I am the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, produce. . eh, xT.A. MITT, Hirdihifoui, r , teribe. sb - i,im. ' En Afcft, fttaalry gtNl ami fhmmmy traftttw4 diMXNriaat. MrhlfogtUu ' .. o Vn JsT.JWw, - hiw opewMl it tip, jmUm e, Msitu, A. M. tblHtMo. Breckenridge News; -- flUAFWtV'V IS -- .. . Is init'tonf Mildew and rot, but is not general. CRAt'lIK. Apple nro reported nt 50 per cent. In amount and peaches at 31. Many counties report peaches as nil lieing API'LKH AN'II Are ViirjtJlmJ'lo to. $) """""T"- "", Wmplitfnt sowitit vita A tfcory - term gtfer rr.' Amho Heiveft jrfTlu) Who "Don't Beffovo In AilverttsJujo" a:mmMKWt sad cask OF A CINSTRANGE AFFLICTION CINNATI MERCHANT'S SON, A Boy VVIiIIb - .ik, i m,- MAKING) '""""" SLAQ WOOL. " MOMTHLY CROP REPORT. UrricK op the Commissioner of AouicumniK, Hoimcmrimi; FiuSKTOirr, Ky., AK STATISTICS, 1 I f July 1, 18K). J .fMfwH '; C' M.s , runx. TIiIh crop was planted two or tlirou Inter Umn uminl, but fa doing fairly well. The cultirutioii vn, to n groat oxteut, neglotiod on account of wheat anil meadow (mm, ami only tho most provident fanners have glvcil it proper At llim date latt year "the attention. acreage was 105 and condition 100. This year tho acreage is alKiut 5 por rent, leas ami the condition about 10 per cent. year was year. HWaUan lu'Ht corn year the State has ever haiT The planting was all made in od time, and the seawn was almost perfect to promise Its growth. This year the acreage 1ms been reduced by reafcon of low prices ami the lateness of planting on account of the excessive ruins. luring tlie ordinary plowing and plant-v"l- t; season. Tho stalk is, however, with a good stand and with a favorable season will make a fine yield. riiKiT. Thoro never was in the history of this important eercal a bettor outlook than in the early stages of this crop. It was entt-in gooil time and sprouted well. AH during the fall and winter the prospect was flattering, as the stalk was large ind deeply rooted, with a strong and Vigorous growth. During the month of which March there was a se re frw apparently killed the blades, but the season being favorable for a w bile afterwards, it was thought the damage would bo Blight. The seed of blight ami disaster it seems were sow n duringthis period, and the excessive rains which followed have jointly conspired to reduce materially the total product as compared with last ear. Keren! advices from import-an- t wheat counties in Western Kentucky, where fanners hoe threshed their crops, show from .0 to P per eent of last year, with the statement that some crops show a gooil plump groin ; the majority indicates a hhriwlcd grain, whicli would indicate light weight ami a ioor yield of Hour. The crop has nearly all been liurvented and xhoeked in good In Western K ntult the condition. thivaliers are busy, and the crop is being sold general! from the thresher. There in a gooil deal of complaint of smut, cheat and cockle, but it is not general. At this time last e.tr the acreage coinjwred with the preiioiiM iear was The i oiiill-tioH7J, and the eoliihtioii h" this year is Vi, inul the aeieage 100 year. OS compared with the prciiou The loss in condition indicates a veri material shortage in th total ot the crop yield. nks killed, , Yesterday there wurc locill rains over the Statu. Most crops are now needing in thonoxtweokortou days tho result as to condition of crops, will bo serious. Very respectfully, Ctias. V. Wiion, t'ouiniiwtioner rain.- - If wotlonot imvo n genenn nun Endorsed by the Press. "For several months jiast tho readers of this jwpor liavo seen each week notices, showing the Hpeeifll reading wonderful cures effected by Swift's Specific, bettor known as S. .". S., and in tho face of such testimony wo are ready to say that in all the world there is not so good u blood medicines as this remedy. The cures aro simply miraculous. If any of our readers are affected with any of the blood diseases that It Is known to t,o oflcetuully cure why do The comthey not give S. S. S. a trial. pany who make the remedy is one of the largest patent medicine linns in the United States, and aro heartily endorsed the leading men of Atlanta and Georgia." Iike Kcgion, F.ustis, Fin. Treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases mailed free. ThcSwiit Si'ecikii Co, Atlanta (in. POISONED BY LYF. A lt I-- vig-Whi- ii TOII I o. ll tolucto men icri well know it is yet too earli tosity what the emp will lie I b.tie in preparaas to final rcsulti tion a theory that will ,tpproimate the acreage a compared with iss7, ikss and ISM!), ami hoe to giic the particulars in There lias my report of August been In Home sections a scarcit) of plants, but they hale lccn geiicntlly plentiful The season for setting was in good tune nnd'of long iluratioii. In old lands the plants have sloughed of at the bottom, which ma) Ik- - called rot, and mil the buds have been left; in new lauds the planting Is doing well. It is proper to state that at this date last i ear I quoted tobacioat 100 in condition. The conthis year to date is Nit, dition as as compared with hint iear The acreage not jet det rmined. lt candidates will relinquish the wearisome canvass and begin to exhibit to the people publicly the principles iimiii which their claims for sufTragt1 an- based. Tins is as it should be. It ma Ik- - said hi some that county otlices iliould not be litical, but this canvass is a conflict of principles ami not of men, and insignificant as this election may seem it will haie its efl'eet Usn the more iuiortant one in November. Ia-- t exeri one suport the principles now that he would support in u national election. Then' should lie no fear upon the part of Democracy. Her principles are not to be ashatnee' of, ami will stand the t of public anal) sis and criticism. Iat the gissl work iH'gin g U-s- IIISTOItV OK TIIK BOV. J. R. Field Meets Tho character of the boy's attack is ina Horrible Death Under Peculiar "Ileal eiiat Why. it would ruin me!" deed strange. He Is now about 17 j'earf Circumstances. "Oh. no. guess not. Noliody will ever old. About four years ugo ho was it stuseo it." dent in the preparatory department of son of Mr. J. lk'iinie, the "Yes, they jvill. And it will rain me Kcnyou college, at Oambier, O. At that II. Field, who lives near the fair ground, assure as 1'ril r;1 ting here. I'll 1 the time he had a quarrel with oue of his went to 1'owers .Sunday to visit his aunt. laughing stock of tho town. They will fellow students, older than himself. The I .ate Monday evening, while playing in 6ee it.1" quariel resulted In a light which wnfi We rose nnd touched hint impressively bitterly contested, and during which Ids the kitchen, he found some concent rated on the shoulder. boy strained himself and overwrought to lie in a an that had been "Well, we will admit that the jieople his entire nervous system. Shortly afterthe floor. He stuck his fingers in the will tee it. bnt then, jouknow. they will ward ho was sent to Colorado on u visit. the solution, and feeling it burn his fin- never think of it again. One day ho was out hunting with u gers, he stuck them in his mouth. In His words came back to him like u friend and was shot through tho left doing so he swallowed a small quantity flash and he trembled so violentlj that lung. The shooting ia said to haio been of the lie, which burned bis throat as it his oj'ebnlls fairly jingled: and he was accidental, but there has always been went down and produced a stricture of such an object of commiseration that we a mystery nbout it. and tho boy would the aesophagus, from which lie died yes- proiuiM'd to keep mum. This little moral, never tell nhnt happened. as drawn freni the above, is applicable His nervous system, impaired by the terday morning, after several hours of the wot Id over. Ask a man to advertise terrible fight, was completely unstrung The re- and he will immediately say, in the mathe most intense suffering, by the wound So no mouths afterward mains were brought here yesterday at jority of cniv. that "Nobody will ever the boj- - win seized with an epileptio see it." but amertise gratis some little o'clock and interred at Klmwood. diiring which he acted over again iudifcrctiou lie may commit uud he imMessenger. in detail the two great and unfortunate mediately grows indignant over tint certainty that the whole world will know It. oicntsof his life. Om i a few more days now and our About ten persons were standing about Little Sou of Mr. Tho advantages of thoroughly adver-tiiin- g whatever ono lias to sell havo been set forth, bj tho newspapers In tho strongest light, so that most poopkj acknowledge tho evidence to bo overwhelming. Tho Vallejo (Cab) Chronicle contains the following, which illustrates this subject, and proves that a man may be a doubt ing Thomas, yet have considerable faith wnen n wcomes aronseu uy some extraordinary circumstance: A short tltno ago we called uimn n certain man in business in Vallejo. and asked him why he did not advertise in The Chronicle. "Oh, because,' he answered, "what's the use? Noliody will ever see it" "You're mistaken," said wo: "every pago in our jiajier is read." Nonsense," lie replied: "even if they did rend my 'fid.' ieoplo would novor think of it again. I don't want to advertise." But" "No bnts at all. I don't want to ad vertise and don't bother me any more. I'm busj." And he walked back Into his store and strangled a jioor little fly that was helping itself from a barrel of sugar. Time passed, and we never again "advertisement" to him, although Yesterday the meeting him dally. gentleman called at mtr sanctum, looking a little uncertain as to how he would be received. We cherished no hard feelings, and motioned him to a chair. heard of that little "I suppose affair of mine lielow"'" "Oh, j'es," said we; "that little escapade on Kearney street night before last." "Yes. we're got all the particulars" "Hushl Not so loud, please," said he: "of cQurftf. you are going to 'say nothing in the paper alamt it." "And why not? it's a mutter of intercut to your friends and the people gener-ally.- " lutf-mate- d Ti Tnrrlble i:ent' In HI I.lfe. Aflr an lluiir' Intmno Strngcln lie Cini'ilelly. IVrltlilntf Kith Ivpllrjiv Ite-rnn- He-i- ft One Monday afternoon a boy, hand-som- e and well di'es4ed. suddenly fell to tho floor of tho postofllce corridor nnd lay as if (lend. Several pel sons hastened to carry him into Postmaster Hi ley's private office, where he was stretched upon a table near tho door. The po&tmastcr At once scut for the nearest physician, Dr. Ilerion. uud while nwnitliig his coming dlrtcted nnd assisted in the work of csloilug thu lad to consciousness. All 4!Toits wero in vain, nnd tho boy lay with bh eyea closed nnd his breath coming faintly nnd spasmodically through his parted lips. Tho ixMtmaster found in the lad's in. side jiocket n eui d, oil which was written: "It I alii taken sick send for my , No. father, street." The boy Is the soli of n vorv wealthy merchant, mid the grandson of ouo of tho pioneer citizens of Cincinnati. The beautiful family homestead is near Latonia, Ky. Postmaster ltlley nt oace sent for the father, who nirivcd simultaneously with the doctors. The father looked nt hl-- boy sadly, nnd shook bis head, while thu tears coursed down his cheeks. Tho boy was still in the same jKHMilinr state of pr. Ilerron was mepuring to supplement the simple restoratives nhoady npplicd, but the father told him It wns of no use. .Said lie: "My boy ms within the past year subject to fits of a very remarkable character. lie li about to have one of these fits, uud it will last nil hour." i ). Iro!fM Hmt .More Wimtler-f- ut I'rixluet of Vtn. filug wool Is formed by causing a jet of svam to impinge upon tho stream of innliM) slag as it issues from tho furnace. This has the effect of dispersing or breaking up tho slag into countless small bead-lik- e particles, each of which, as it flies away, carries behind it a delicate thread of finely drawn or "spun" sl.tg. In or-d-T t collect tho slag filaments thus created and to separate the fibers from the beads or heavier portion of slag, tho steam jet is arranged at tho mouth of an upon cylinder of sheet Iron, In which n strong air current is Induced by means of additional jets of steam. Tho tube or shaft li furnished with a shield or striking plate, which detains tho heavier particle, the lighter slag wool being carried by the draught upwards and onwards into a large chamber liken gigttutio meat safe, having Us walls tornied of wiro netting with nbout bi.t'cu meshes to tho square inch. Here l'o steam condenses and oscupos, and Uk slag wool, which has the nppcamuuo of flakes of snow, is. deposited on the floor uud round tho sides, the lightest poitious Mug carried to the greater distances. The filaments of slug forum lthii way though of considerable length, aro of such delicacy and fineness that they ore broken up Into nuuibeiiesi fragments and felted together into u substance much resembling cotton wool. This mineral wool is extremely light and absolutely fireproof; it is n man clous of heat and of sound, and it is so poroiii that it will abs )K large quauti ties of water and ictalii tho same fora considerable time. It lias been found extremely vuluable ns a covering for boilers, water pipes and such like owing to its relatively low conducting powerand for firocui tains fot'thcuties, its lightness and resistance of fire and sound rendering it an excel lent substance for such n purpose. It is, moreover, uti antiseptic, nnd this property, along with its extrcmo iwrosity, renders it applicable for medical purposes. Newcastle Chronicle. A Woiidniful GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL JOWC TfcawZfthM .!. f.-f.IHS- lf ,.r , T.- - milieu ii p,,,., ,,,, "TwHI tirt HMlmnt lfel will tafc UuJ U tk tMteMlMMtt WFf 4 'WW' CafipM tar SMS;, t''f HgT ' Chilli mM imktft trttt tnuUTwUi. it 9m? 'fcUt to at nfct, jnMgfttta 4Ula. It yitrUUi -- ?? CoataUc ' tiiiwiiWflii m zg?gak -- i .iBMiMHKVKFJftnMV jgMpWMy ArQBKiSLVt4f1'2PlflKr2HMIHiBflBff oCwEH50Ey'BrfflKffli5HI I'OU H.YKK .i I 4 It It m JMf m nvUarW pi W4 ant mwtl ft y (, Ckmjk tfcu RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. 4llr tot tU sjttoc, mmI MMPilflfc r I'M C6III Tol. I rlrunl Iwl Iwwt Th prae wwt dtllcMM villi It. I . yo.r CbHI Trait in n .I'jhlrrB b urn rtiMUtol, h.rloj liuKlirokU lr fv...?' EMHIIbl hlllt tof Hilt Of fft d4 IMl ttrn .r fl! 'lt. hrelnulnf H (h. Clilll tltir silk ToBto tli With rt& k, Iu, h.ln nl CbJirlt :iMWdlUkrbira. WtMtini Cu., Full, TMB f JT. CoMiMTiut, Miom., '" ra Tr 0 lfrt TM , Willi lb M from P. It, l!i tf, l,rt. IV ItY W. BTI.NSUN, U. D. ' clovekpoiitJ ky. L. D. ADDISON'S agent charge from $.15 to $10 for: I guarantee tlieni to be what f lay or no trmlo. Agents y the machine ia no iiocount, bewill came tho largo tllfleronoe In our prlrei, but I figure on thin n on everything 1 handle, cut It n low a it can be cut. "My Motto" nulek nlc and ainall profit. Two drawer tlropleaf Singe- - Sewing Machines low arm, with all uttachment. $lrt,JU dr",wer Jropleaf Singer Sewing Machine, high arm, with all atiachmenU $l.S() Semi me a oheok or the money by rogUler letter, and I will thlp you a machlno to any ptrt of the country. Keapectrully, b. I). A POISON, Addiaon, Ky. ADDISON, KY. thepUcotobujrSKUtNfl MACIirXE for ott money than auy oilier place In tho country The ranchlrei I sell ire ocpml in any that fc?"JHBetiSeOe""LA V At tho hard fought battle of Aughrlm an Irish officer was accompanied by his wolf hound. This gentleman wns killed The Dos ot Aliclirlm. Single Strap Track UM-- d HARNESS. The Leather, U'orkin.insliip ami I Irtish are ol the VKHV MF.8T SAYE MONEY. BY IIUYIKQ DIKECT. ff cun sell you 1 THE CITY "JAY.1 lom-jKirati- UhMI'. The stand is considered good. 1st. (UTS Full reports will be made Aiigstit Henderson, of the pension committee, Isiastflilly claims that the present House has appropriated .$1ti7,4 lt),7:tl for licnclit of the soldier. This is a iH'rmanc nt charge going for a generation yet. It is nearly (it) per cent, of the national expenditures. It is eipial to the combined annual cont of the standing armies of Great Hritain and Germany. The Bttrplus spenders should rjinemb r that, while the soh'ier may be in need, the maj' be in need also. h tax-paye- ltKliiiKTrii Then wet weather caused was made of lice on the roots The oats crop to Is.' a success must he sown in due season, if sown late there is no crop more uncertain. It is a crop even when soun in season purely of weather i ouditioiik. plant-foot- l. loungaml tender roots ami prevented such strength but the oppression that the assimilation of a sutliiient amount of rendered its propagation a necessity. That Monstrosity. Oh, luminrr girl ! WIibii will joii realize How over man of common icme or lustx If daily baring bla pour feeling brui.ej anil Now ami then a farmer ivorts a fair I r has ever been a general belief that crop, but in all the history of crojw in an organization of farmers and laborers Keiitm ky for man) years theie has not could not lie permanent. The present liceii a more complete failure of any situation dispels am such theories. The crop than the oats crop this year. It is organization that was so long confined to accounted for in wirioiis ways, but in narrow districts is now a national one, my judgment it is caused by two reasoiis: and so vigorous ore its workings that it 1st. It was sown three weeks late. 2d. commands tho attention and respect of The weather packed the ground on the all classes. Nothing could have given it the rust, and much complaint hurt By yuar parade b. fr.ro til tear dimmed eye Of tbat inconcrunui ilcbt a tunld'i illni in u wol.t This icri iuiMirtaiit crop seems to BnvelojMfd in a bfdeou, ililny, tinrd blrt. have Wen neglected in acreage. The Terro llnuto ExpreJi. acreage compared with lost year is only 8.1. It is very useful for molaaactt, ami is The New York Herald kcops the fola wry fine fishier food for stork. I pro- lowing paragraph standing at the head of pose to show my confidence in this pro-du- its editorial column : by distributing liberally of the seed "The expenditures for pensions for the for next season. year ending as now officially stated, amounted to $100,:io7,6:M. Last ma. The acreage of this emp is 100, nnd tho year we paid $87,024,770.11, while the before that wo paid condition t)0. Tho cost of the German army, it may be D 1UI.EY. interesting to note, is for this year est!' The condition is 100 compared with mated ut $01 J'MfiUS. Ikmidofi our jkiii- 'average crops. eionsour army costs $150,000,000," MIHO et to-du- V "xp Pit. Tho July number of Little Men and carefully prejutrtHl preiwrtatlons ; a gradual redaction of Women roaches our table propintlj', as vArn lu Drlrato DraetlcevrlUiaiuai ihtrtrruan uiihI by tho pco4e. Krry i sheep in Kentucky for some years jwst. usual. The little stones and verses ClDQUillilwuilvuniiur wnuimmmm True, In Oue 8ue. aro .&. Ttiuto BpeelUc cui wltaouc dm Tho wool clip compared with 18SQ Is CM attractive and ehermiugly First Barnstormer Faith, mo friend, inif or nxiuciuk tnu ijtirnn. aao. are i illustrated 0w)tlinnTrla;n rmtallmirit per conU, showing a reduction in the The child who is so fortunate as to Imvo I am ovorjoyed to seo you. What luck? t jut or raixar al xoa. clip of 0! per cont. Thoro is, however, this magtixinu is filled with navy delight A regular ovation at jour last appearcch. i Ffivern. uongmtion. iniimiaiim .. worm worm umm ance, I hope. a very J tvoi ats,va r, or Tec uuac o immh disposition to as ouch number comes from tho Sccoud Barnstormer S'denth, mo boy, ea, uk Uie amount of sheep as tho a null its happiuoM for tho time is I know not what you call nil ovation. n a (IIivniitnrv. urln of land is laigely being used for ooinploto. I). bilk Cw Ht llin Grave. holrru ColJ, KruatekiMk Uthrop Company pub- Yet, hold Mine was such,-i- f you bear A new innovation at funerals hero re- and Bryan MaSfrytiy, tho Hibernian N Nourulula, TK) grass. lishers. $1 a In mind that In Latin ovum meaneth an 10 cents a nuiuber. Jleatlaclioai. BUInus ewUl. VaartiaN Fnr furthi-- lifarioattiiD, on II on or attJreii, cently Is silk skull caps, to bo worn by shoofnaker of tho metropolis, possesses u I)auDKli. Hlckn egg. Pittsburg Bulletin. TIMOTHY. MuDurmne J or JalaraIVrt4a. tho minister in eliargo and thoibearers at pair of tortoise the! I cats that have no 10S S 00I0RNE, Seionco cannot produeo a bettor remeWhIIH. Lttn I'lVHIMfl The crop is rejKirteil at 101 in condi- dy for all malarial dbmusm (bun Oon't Paat. Ag't, l.nuiarllla, Ky tho grave; also by tho male members of superior la tho country. Indianapolis Orpup. Cougb, Vinrultl "Q. C. V, A good book la ono that you remember tiueuiu, aUyaliwlak, MxnintuH. B L. BRYANT, tion, but is generally infested with whltti Certain Chill Curo." IMensaut tho family. The caps aro put on in tho KheuiuatlaM, KueuanaiMj .tutuko. with pleasure, that when tho dull hours carriages and tho ordinary hats left Sun. JIaJuraa Fnvcrana Aiaa, CkUla, ,. Trav. 1'ajjg'r Aif't, I.oulavllle, Ky top. ,. .j rllea, Ullnil nr lilowUaa QauranteiHl to euro Chills mill Fever. come can think of with interest and there, the caps to be worn all tho time at A ceo in i led Tor. ('uturrk, InluuiutctUdtvckaaiad .1 Sold by U. AV. Short. feel that thoro aro peoplo with whom (ho grave. It will prevent many usvm J Wkaatlm Oaairh. VaBaMaVutaST .j Suitor (entering parlor)- -1 hope, Miss colds. Omrritl lfUlili.Fh)'atealWilitauaa .. n ipi you have a most interesting acquaintU exceptionally (1hjl ami i rated In Lucy, that you do not eat onions. Tho Hartford Times. lerinwiiu Timely for June. layj ance, who aro yet only characters of tho womHtJnn at 110. nr Wealiiii vtnimmr. smell of that detestable vegotublo fills iaeiieaarikattMn,taMMbtlMtai lloturneil Ilrido Nobody guessed that Imagination. Three Match. tho hall, z zrxxn' I IKTI'JtK . -- ,"7 wo wero n bridal couplu Mrs. Globetrot So your threo daugh"Sold brT)rsgflcf.arMRt Luoy Oh, no, I never eat them, and mIritTffite LOff Jftfitt $itM9Ss Of. all kind aro ipsa!, but needing price, ur, ftaam-A French journal estlmafcVihat tho ters havo been married slnco I left? rain. srJ tpuna "iaAmma WBtflajaJtrf Wt Friend How did you throw' them ofr they are not allowed in the house. Mv rtpfiljr total length of tho telegraph wires of the HHmahreTa'Jf4(M4 Ww o lilH Mrs. Homebody .Yes. Clara.marrll t littlo brother just pasl through tlw I'lioriu-rft the traoky .v, world, Including submarine cables, cx- count, Maris married a millionaire,,, nH, and ho nw IwywtawfrHt sotnoat MrM4iVaHiii(.txKiaMMoautlariataMr WXi J,Trkd to act ns thoughwe were." generally good, and rate fully- 100 W WP. IWW lM.WMIIIMIB IWIIIIH. or wiilcu tnd NelRj married lor lore, Sow York. Fceuu ow,wu ranee, tha ftjotlecary' t4 Ijtwrence American. adihwrily. , iajtia tmjrH .a, 1, lain) aaa. I ivfTh aterrtgi--j'irajinrtatlv . r jMs are In Europe and America. Wecklv. wool . There- has been (Iiiuritll) llorno Thiol lll Ciiunll-4MIrIii All limtjnce, "Tlw city 'jay' is a heap more of a Iamb than the worst 'hayseed' that ever walked," said a business acquaintance, "I've just had fresh proof of it. You remember the horao sale held here a short time ago? I made up my mind to buy a horse, nnd went down there. A friend of mine, who knew that I had good judgment legardiug horseflesh, asked mo if I would help him in selecting one, and I Bald 1 w ould, so we w cut down together. He hud a buggy hortc, but ho wanted a better one, nnd didn't want to bo swindled. We looked the horses over somewhat, and I became interested in a mare of fine condition and blood and bought her. A shoit time afterward a colt was brought into tho ring nnd it caught my friend's eyo nt once. Ho obked me what I thought of it. I looked the horse ot er and told him it was n very fine animal and that ho would make no mistake in buying it. Tho colt was put up without any especial attention having been given it, and nt an otf moment nnd before my friend knew it, the horse had been knocked down to him fur the ridiculously low figure of $85. I told him ho had a good bargain and went awaj'. "The other day I ran across him and asked film how ho liked his purchase. He looked at me kind of sheepish and made a confession. Said he had weakened somewhat of the purchase after ho had taken possession of tho colt, and it had occur led to him that an $85 horse wasn't exactly w hat ho wanted. While he was meditating, with more or less regret, on the purchase, he ran against a man w ho asked him if he had bought the colt. He told tho stranger he had, uud the man unified and said the colt was vicious and plenty dear at $85. Then the stranger said ho had a spanking good driving horse, and if my friond would give him his stable address ho Would drive nrouud next day and show hint tho animal. This was done, and tho man cume with a fiuo animal and took my friend for a spin on the boulevard. He left him nt his door, nnd called on him the noxt day and tried to .negotiate u sale, but my friend, having two horses, didn't want another. Tho upshot of it ull was thut my friend traded Ids two horses for the ono of tho stranger and gave him nu order on tho stableman for humu, tho understanding being that the man was to deliver tho horao lie hd exhibited when he took the other two a way. My friend called around at tho stable in the afternoon to seo his new possession, and was floored to learn that his two horses had Wen taken away nnd nothing left In exchange. And ho didn't know the swindler or itnj thing about him. He is now mourning the loss of the horse he owned in the first place and nlso tho colt, which was worth $300 of any man's money. When tho city man enters the 'chump class ho takes tho bluo ribbon." Chicago Herald. lie tho unconscious lad, who lay upon thu tloor wheru his father had directed them to put him. The father took away his watch and his knife and left him hie In a few moments the handkerchief. boy began to writhe, nnd then followed a sccno which bus probubly never been duplicated in thu history of medicine. TUB TEttlllUU: faCKNU. and his IkhIv stripped on the battlefield, but tho dog remained by it both by day and night, lie foil upon soma of the other bodies with the rest of the dogs, jet ho would not nllow them, or any one else, to come near that of iiis master. When nil tho other bodies wero consumed the other dogs departed, but this faithful creature usetl to go in the night to tho adjacent villages for food, and in the morning to return to tho placo where his master's bones only were then left. This ho continued to do from July, when the battle wns fought, through tho cold and dreary winter until tlw January following, when a soldier, whoso regiment was qiiiuteied n6ar that spot, going that way by chance, tho dog, fearing ho camt to disturb his beloved master's bones, iletv with great fierceness upon thu soldier, who, being thrown off his guard by the Buddenness of tho attack, unslung his carbine, ho having been thrown on his back, and killed the noble animal. New York Mail and Express. ' More Wrinkled l'uccn, A fiown w ill ninr tho prettiest face. It doesn't matter about a boy, but tho small girl does violence to beauty and youth by ruflllng her forehead or fluting hei brow. It is, too, a habit acquired very early in life. After her pouting days are over she begins to frown, and keeps on frowning until old enough to realize the banef ulncss of the habit. In other words, each ridge is supposed to add a decadoto her apparent age. Now somebody has mado tho discovery of n couple of muscles between tho bridge of tho noso and tho root of tho hair which can bo cut without pain or injury to the feelings or face. The services of a skilled surgeon aro secured, who applies the knife, severs the delicate cords, dresses the wound, and after tho skin heals the forehead becomes ns smooth as tho temple, and, what is most remarkable, remains so. Whoever snys that tho Now York woman does not study her glass is a sublimated Idiot. Her motto of lifo is, "Know thyself." Now York World. lllblo Written In Shorthand. There are many curious copies of the Uiblo in tho various collections of Europe and America, but it is doubtful if there Is a duplicato for tho ono belonging to Dr. R. T. Williams, of London, in nil the collections in tho world. This odd copy of Iloly Writ is wrltton in shorthand and is complcto throughout. It wus written by an apprentice, who was suspicious of James II's intentions regarding Protestantism. If deprived of his printed copy he hoped to have the llttlo shorthand vol u mo left St. Louis Republic. Price, SI7. YtysSl2i" fF"""ejw ' , ; -- t 's I I 1m, -1 t'liaaaaMi Harness at from SG.OO up. Road Carts from $9.SO up. vMsBBBma.tBfa'BIKi'T'SlBBRna 8END FOR CATALOGUE. I H A0ME MANUPAOTUILINa 00. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. jUgiAggKl.AJ 3r,ifciBflbta2 M tS. 1 W JL The H. W. HEREON CO., m Produce k Oen'ral No. 144 Third St., fr Comin'ii The boy proceeded to act out the fight at Gambler. First he thrust out both fists and struck scleral blows at the empty air. Then came tho grappling, Tho lad seemed to bo straining to throw or shako o(T his unseen and mythical antagonist. The muscles of his neck swelled out, his hands twitched, his faco became dark red from the rush of blood. Now and then ho would strikp out with all his might, and grit his teeth savagely. Finally ho seemed to writhe, and strain more vigorously, but with less success against his adversary. At last his back was utched high from the floor upon which he was lying, and thou ho bunk back as if exhausted and overcome. He had given n perfect picturo of a terrific athletic contest of a weak man nguinst n stronger. For a few moments lie lay very still, and then began to act out tho shooting hi Colorado. Suddenly ho threw himself along tho tloor, while his faco writhed with agony. lie then clutched at his breast in the left side, and his faco grew deathly white. His lips murmured, nnd lie was heard to say in a low, bourse voice: "Don't telegraph father that I'm shot. Don't don't don't." Then ho muttered: "It is bleeding. I must stop tho blood," nnd ceasing to clutch at the pluce where only a scar now remains of a once tcrrihlo wound, ho began to look through his pockets, He soon found bis handkerchief, and raising himself ujioii his elbow pressed thu cloth against his breast, while his Closed e"es bent upon it. "Too large, too largo," ho muttered, nnd, putting the end of the handkerchief in his niouth, he, twisted It until ho had mado n sharp point. This ho thrust against his breast. Ills' features relaxed, a satisfied suiilo came over his face, and ho sank back into what seemed almost as natural ns sleep. During ull this time the father had stood by with blanched faco and eyes streaming tears, watching every movement of tho writhing body of his child. When the last act of the shooting tragedy was over ha gave u sigh of relief. In a few minutes tho boy's eyes opened. In five minutes more he was sitting up, and in fifteen minutes he walked from the office with his father, apparently not the least exhausted from what ho hud just been through. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. Color nnd Miulu Allied. Louisville, Ky. & e) r i v A V c ii limSSmm femji,zx .fl v A3 twymiT-Nis. a '! Sci & . 1. M ."rW.W,v lr xi. jW ijj- - . ' mm I " r . - '; V?SF?5 !.?. fEMMmm i. Ind. .. tQ' . The Finest on Earth. It is well known to all who have studied muslo that there are three fundamental notes, viz: The first, third and fifth of tho scale, represented in the natural key of C major by tho letters C, E and G. Theso notes, when sounded together, produce tho common chord, and aro tho foundation of 'all harmony In musical composition. So it is in chromatics there are likowiso only thrco fundamental colors blue, red and yellow, forming the triad, wi.eiico arises nil harmony hi painting. Dry Goods Chronicle. The Clnjlnnatl, Hamllllon &. Dayton R.R. is the only line running Pullmans Perfection bafely Vestibuled Trains, with FRUIT--TREES Chair, Parlor, Sleeplnn and Dining Car service between Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chlcano, uud is the Only Line running Through Reclining Chair Cars between Cincinnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III., Apple, Pcacli, Pear, Plum, OUtny Zolu'. Opinions, and Combination Chair and Sleeping Car Zola has fixed opinions on Socialism, Cincinnati to Peoria, III., &c. Full lino of Binall Fruits $ and Bays at heart ho liel loves himself to And the Only DIRECT LINE Fall 1890. "Write for special rmmd bo a Socialist. He alarmed us ono day by saying, "Before another century shall between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo un iota, xi win tiav vou to Wirt'i have hardly begun nay, before tills cen- Detroit, tho Lake Regions and Canada. tury ends I belie vo society will bo overTho road is one of thu oldest in the your trcos at home. f. turned. This social revolution will begin State of Ohio and the only hue entering All stock warranted true to immo!, ' miles of in Gormany, I am sure, for German So- Cincinnati over twenty-fiv- e cialists uro tho most determined. My double track, and from its pa?t record can books are all written in pity, for I have inoro than assure its patrons spaed, comcarefully studied tho miseries of minors, fort and safety. CLVEIMJIT, W$. Tickets on sale evorywheJo, and see tho miseries of nil workmen. Tho revothntthoyreadC.il. & !., either in or lution of 1789 did nothing for tho work- out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or Toledo ing classes, I mean the ouvricrs. Tho e. o. Mccormick, peasants obtained land; tho ouvricrs lost Gentr I'uaieoger and Ticket Agent. privileges they had formerly enjoyed. Let us hope that this social transformation will como without bloodshed, for otherwise wha't may occur I know not." 100.000 .' 'i r W. S. ASHBY.XS 1 Paris Letter, THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS & m LINE, well-define- d poht-otfic- e, wtr-pltr- I (b. K. ST. L. R. R.) Cut. SHORTEST, QUICKEST Tho most notable cat that ever lived AND REST LINK TO wus Jim, tho big tortoise shell felino of tho Union Square theatre In New York. It was able to perform sixty different St. AND ALh POINTS tricks nnd do almost everything except talk. In bis Itiht fclckuens Dr. Dovey, tlin South-Wes- t. cat and dog doctor of Fourth street, was employed at 3 a visit to attmtl poor is Pffaid flan 1ft iuuui iu aum ami i Jim, but hia services proved unavailing. Knox, tho Broadway hatter, has tho Lv. I.oulivlllo 8:15 a.m...0tOO u ra...4:10 p. in ' ...Tsii " 7:15 finest and wihejst black cut iu the east, Arrfit, Lou Kvanavllls 2:25 U:0 p.ra Notable HUMPHREY- i"ijn ':.-- Louis, Evansville .J tt West and TiMa-fSriMug-vai- i iM 1 1 MS- .- -,: r rn j u I r ,"" .'i , Hift'itaill I lllUiJ-v!frll'"liff.i'0Hj- A g - pur-uttit- a MimHIMV s 1 1 SPEOl Limit O 6