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NO. 51. vfa AISTTEE'CI nnmii-i-i The Foree Bill H Cholera Cure! i " expedient so unfair, in fixing the limits of tho power granted, Necessarily, in the construction of tho organic law, much had to he left to lie virtuo and intelligence of tho people, That any considerable lxdy of the people, banded together in a public organization, nnd finding themselves in temporary possession of all tho departments of tho government, should seek to perpetuate their II tenure by a device ns extraordinary as it THE IOUCE MIX. I ain'ns willing as any man to inako is oppressive, as hurtful ns it is unjust, allowanco in favor of what aro called sustained by n pretext equally illogical the demands of political necccssity. I and hypocritical, couldjnot havo crossed know what party discipline means and tho fancy of tho least sanguine of those requires. I am n juirty man, arid havo sometimes gone with it, nnd have sometimes fought it until it was forced to agree with me: und I nm disjwsed to take a very liberal view of the course of tho individual tolitician who is oppressed by a sense of his duty to the party organization. That which moves my wonder in the present instance is tho failure of any ono of tho Republican leaders of tho House to seo that a great peril menaces civilization In ono part of our country, presaging tho overthrow of all tho constitutional of the other, and, in tho end, the complete annihilation of Republican ideas. Among the speeches of gentlemen on the side of tho majority, I seek in vain for a broad, national sentiment, or even a word of genial, manly sectionalism. From tho flabby and insincere harangue of tho feeblo Lodge, to tho stupid rant of tho explosive Henderson, we have ono dreary iteration of partisan zeal and sectional vituperation. Tho whites of tho South aro all rebels and traitors, bent upon some kind of destructive enterprise. Tito blacks of the South aro all persecuted martyrs, whoso ono burning desire is to get to tho polls and votethostraightRcpublican ticket. Each of tho Republicans wiiose fulmination I havo read seems to reganl himself as n Heaven-sen- t overseer of tho South, armed with a whip to lash the North into a frenzy by every manner of misrepresentation nnd abuse. If this provokes a spirited response, tho natural nnd justified indignation in heralded as proof of tho orignal accusation. Tho South is, in point of fact, laid upon tho dissecting table. Not merely the conditions gf her being, her domestic institutions nnd tho incident and accidents of her current life, but her moral nature, her purposes and her motives are subjected to tho most brutal butchery. If there be a cry of pain, it is treasons. If thcro be an effort to avert tho knife-thrust- s, it isanother rebellion. Mr Hemp, hill, of South Carolina, argues that tho whites ofVho South must either rulo it or leave it, and at onco Mr. Henderson, of Iowa, flies into a patriotic mge, and wants no better evidencoof disloyalty j although it was settled, as a certainty by tho Republican experiment of Reconstruction, that tho blacks can not rulo nnd that the whites must. Tho experiment had, indeed, to be abanded by its vory authors. Its failure thoy wcro obliged to confess. Yet hero wo havo, in one single measure, all that was dangerous nnd bad in it, dug out of tho dishonored gravo In which it has lain for nearly fifteen years, and urged as a cure-a- ll for evils that, as a matter of fact, do not exist. Mr. McComas, of Maryland, talked with lofty malevolenco of placing "against tho night-ride- r, against the shot-gu- n policy, against intimidation," tho "dignity of tho courts, tho majesty of tho law and tho powers of tho const! tution," altogether oblivious of tho fact that tho scheme under consideration proK)se8to mnko this transfer from n stato of imagination and surmise, not claimed to bo general, to nn actual and universal state, leaving no room whatever for cither Imagination or Burmise. His boasted "majesty of tho law, and "dignity of tho courts," nnd ."powor of tho constitution," is a simple act of Congress, authorizing tho Republican federal judges to appoint an indefinite number of Republican to bo called supervisors of elections, for tho purposo of organizing tho negroes into a political army, driving them up to tho polls, and voting thorn for tho giving to theso candidates certificates of election, which shall bo conclusivo with tho clerk of tho National Houso of Representatives in making up tho roll of Congress. Tho "night-ride- r maybe inith. Tho"shot-gu- n policy"inay bb local, or hearsay. "Intimidation" may bo mere bluster. But there can bo nothing doubtful about tho supervisor, who gets his commission from a Republican judge, nnd his inspiration from tho Republican Congressional committee. IIo is monarch of all ho surveys. Before and after tho election, ho is master of tho situation. Ho knows his duty, he has had his orders, ho is backed by tho majesty of tho law, tho dignity of tho courts, tho powers of tho constitution, and it will matter littlo what tho blacks, or whltvs, may really want, unless it corresponds with his "scaled instructions" from Washington. Ho is simply a safe-guardrill-master- s, Republi-caivcandidate, rious and jiotcntiitl? He is indeed, a kind of jocose, fat and greasy Catha rlnode Mcdicil. modernized and disguised as a man. What would our good Jjifayette think, if ho should come to life and could seo and hear all that is being said and done this glorious anniversary of the birthday of that freedom ho did so much to achieve and confirm. revolution so sweeping, to resort to nn . A- FORaTHESOLB-PUR'i - Wf 'iV Thousands of dollars worth oi chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that vsiivrfj cures it has been made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using two thirds of a .bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts Ml OF PLACING POWER IN THE HANDS OF A-EE- W REPUBDRILL-MASTER- S, LICAN For sale by 0. KEVE3 W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. TO TAKE. FAiLS-FLEA- SflNT fill The only Certain and Effectual Cure for Chllla and Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, llilious and Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Swamp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. rerfcotl liarmloss, contains no or Quinine and can be Riven to Arsenle the most delicate person with perfect safety. As a Tonic for Tired Fcelinp, Loss of Appetite. Headache, Nervous Depression rnd ow Spirits originating from Malaria, it stands .lono and without a Parallel. Sold by DrugqUtt generally. Who . Shall Have the Power to Organize the Negroes of the South INTO A POLITICAL ARMY, DRIVE THEM TO THE POLLS LIKE SHEEP AND VOTE THEM. An Sl.OO ' Por Ttottlo. it J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., JirANSriLZE, Xnd V. 8. A. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY soli rnorEisTOUJ, Attempt to Got Up a War of Racos and to Blot the South Out of tho Union. Gh."77 sxaioieT Mrmm AN INTERESTING PAPER FROM THE PEN OF HON. HENRY WATTERSON On Biijiaaam r ' m the Political Situation of the Day. It Should lie Head and Miidied by 'm'mili'fv!f7?Trzlj'F Every Voter In IlrccUonrlUfo County. Correspondence 1. 1 Editorial of the Courier-Journ- al FINE SHOW OASES, " A TKXT AND ITS MORAL. it3Ask for catalogue. TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE, Tenn. MMIH UlK NKW y h t Jr ...C"- v those who tiro to speak on tho coming mmmlrtai&zi Fourth of July, asking them to embrace among their subjects eloquent dissertaAfh loeaJ.tr can mcmt of notice tce tofithtr with our Urf tion, Bomogift fromand approval of tho d vklubl lint of II Ottsc tho the peoplo proiwscd up nil i RlaMnlM. TlMM Mmpl. Wl UlKANUftBB WOrk ik.w.irk mrm frf. All th tall-j- Tftt United States to tho Republic of France. wo Mnd oa to IhoN who ! do U to ibow w hat ffrln4i nd t(hbonivHbo- - obout i...i...M.iMj..dHi MhkMil for km whin ODcoiUrtM. This is ill every way seasonable and, apand thua wa ara rtpald. Wa pay all aaprtu, talent, tW. Aftar wo,k f would Ilka to r know all. If "?? " propriate. Wo owo it as a direct reeogni' iamfnna Wto 84IO par wk andi HUnaonAColioxWia, Portland, Mla, tion of tho lkrtholdi Statue. Sinco good Americans expect to go to Paris, when IF YOU ARE GOING TO PAINT USE they die, it is meet that they find there upon their arrival, somo4 represcnative BLUE GRASS of their country, more tangiblo than the BiiflJwMiyflillnnBfl Pfl.inl.fi Ituo Washington and tho Kuo Lincoln. MUHH MVWIW WIHMa Tho Pare do Monccau is a veritable slip out of Paradise; and, a a companion Manufactured by pieco to tho cillgy in bronzo on llodloc's Island, wo might erect in tho gardens of tho ancient Palais do Ikmrbon another figure in nmrblo of Liberty bidding LOUISVILLE, KY. adieu to America. Tho spirit which will next Friday animate tho speeches of thoso who claim, For Sale by by right of conquest, exclusive ownership and pobsession of tho National Holiday, ill bo drawn, not from the blessed Declaration of Independence, but from tho baleful edict which broucht forth tho massacre of Saint Bartholomew. Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Tho Duke of Guiso, and tho l, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. who stood back of liim, wcro not inspirCLOVERPORT, KY. ed by a deeper liato, or a purpose moro savage and cruel, than stirs to n little cold, uiiTcoling activity, tho dull gentleman who rattles round in Grover Cleveland's shoes, quite lost therein, tand urges tho cheap valients of a would bo Danton in Congress to organizo a war of races in tho Southern States of itho SURE CURE FOR American Union, whoso consequcUces jnay exceed tho most direful that followtho middle ages ed any of .the wars-It is not wbrth one's while, however, to For 30 Years a Success. dwell uikm tho utterances and inten Iloait thin Testimony then sions of tho Tresidint except to mark TItV IT fur Vuurkulf. Sue- - many Ittlert lilt theie: tho inferiority of tho ono and tho bigotBETTER THAN QUININE. ry of tho other. IIo is simply truc'to Ids Doreey Co,, Mr. M. M. Kesterson. record. For twenty years ho wiw Jcnbw n Ark., "lean certify to'tho fact in Indiana, though unheard of outsido of that Hushes' Tcnlo it tha Ion chill tntil) I ever tried, I conalder It bettur it, as n venomous partisan, breathing thun ntululne.' death and damnation to his political CURES CHRONIC CASES. enemies.' IIo is a fit instrument in Itho IH Mr. II. W. MoDonuld, Lnurel hands of Providence to mark tho perfect "Your Hughei'Tonlo for Mli , writon cbllH nnd fever has never failed yet, union of malevolenco and incapacity by und I h ire sold It to a number of ehro-nl- o Wvo' and lidhind whoso bloodv cases. It euros thorn every tluo " rapacity expect to set in .1 its work. It la tho Insulllcloncy anui PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. Harrison that makes itho SMALL SIZE, BO CENTS. defiant villianv of a Kced possible, hnd nv ke.. Have a subject both fantastic ROBINSON - PETTET CO., ana tMporuH)t, mr hcu wbw, ioultfrlUe, ICy. of cMioMra. ,m the world For Sal by, DnwgUti. is bombastic el ,such a mass of all . 1...I1.1 in..ii ana uowKiiy, nuicimotw "" Nation the label on yeiir imper-aHvnlgar,' win-gl- o tlmoPXilrcM tuU mawth. lauglmbte and olitts, will h In lu world. TtrfMt lltutkwptr WarrtDttdhftvt OLIO OOLD DttUUnr CMt. Both Udlct'BIftn?ali. with worki im cmi l Mtulvtla. Osi rtssoMla Clfklil "tfBBRT n 5sH HMAHUUU l0."3.TTJ??a5 I see that a number of patriotic citizens, of whom it is gratifying to observe that tho Governor of Kentucky is ono' have issued n circular letter to who contemplated with forebodings tho future of tho young Republic. Tho negro iu whose name, and for whose alleged benefit Ihis iniqultv has been set on foot, is nt this moment the best conditioned, nnd best paid, tho happiest and the freest, operative in the world. There is less friction, nnd a better understanding, between capital and labor in the South than any where else on earth. The old kindly relations between the master and the slave, and tho bonds of sympathy and nflection growing out of common tainls, dangers, losses and sorrows, aro 'yet strong enough to keep the two races ujkmi parallel lines of progress which is reciprocal and mutual. Each is still contributive to the other. Together, in spite of nn external pressure, sometimes malignant and always unwise, the white man nnd the black man in tho South have gotten over a good deal of ground in tho last fivo and twenty years; chiefly tho last twelve years of unmolested intercourse, and in thoso regions where tho whites havo been in a majority, and able to direct the movement. All things considered, no peoplo could havo done better, nnd tho prosperity which their united havo achieved, has poured itholf into the reservoir of tho nation's wealth, helping tho peoplo of tho North to sustain the mighty load of Federal expenditure, put upon them by a ruinous system of Republican economics ami a riotous system of Congressional legislation. Nor is there anywhere in the South tho least disposition to restrict or obstruct tho franchise of any black man, who has tho capacity to cast a free ballot. That, and that alone, which the whites of the South resist, is tho huddling of great masses of blacks into secret lodges and armed camps by unscrupulous nnd abandoned whito men, getting their warrant from without, mere political adventures nt war with the communities in which thoy live, simple public plunderers owing no allegiance to public opinion but seeking.througTi a fraudulent and enforc-- " ed domination over tho negroes, bccurod by false promises nnd foreign aid, to feather their own nests and advance This proposed election themselves. law is an act to bring to tho support of theso tho wholo power of tho government, whilst, with a single blow, it strikes down Statehood and remands nil that is responsible iu the domestic fabric, to tho custody of all that is irresponsible nnd vicious. to-dasemi-barbaro- Ho wants tho negro vote for the Repube lican party, and ho thinks to offset in tho Northwest with tho bloody shirt. And so on from Quay to Wana-make- r tho old partnership between the Puritian and tho gambler, Blifil and Black George, over again, only moro so, and all along tho line that joins n weak President to a corrupt Speaker, wo have tho lowest character and motive nt tho bottom aud top of this detestable schemo to rob the peoplo of their homo rulo and tho States of their rightful jurisdiction, and to convert our electoral system into a machino, which a few men by n few appliance can work from their lair in tho National Capital. Is it not amazing that there is no nt the North, linving tho ear of tho couutrv and authority to speak, bravo enough nnd honest enough to demonstrate its dangers and expose Hi- b This cannot bo for tho lack of senso to seo tho truth and wit to forecast results. It can only bo for the reason that the Republican party has been worked up to such a pitch of sectional prejudice that opposition to any measure founded in hatred and distrust of tho South means party ostracism. There is no Republican leader, having the unselfish courage such as Fessedden and Trumbull showed iu the impeachment trial, to stand out against an net of criminal folly, striking at the vitals of constitutional liberty. Nothing could more conclusively demonstrate tho poor estate into which the Republican party tins fallen and its utter powerlessness for any future good. If it passes this measure, and if its terms aro put into execution, it will reform none of tho abuses it pretends to aim at. It will put in the field a body of unprincipled whtie adventurers armed These with extraordinary poner. adventurers will proceed to inflame the blacks into an agrarian hatred of all who own property and land, to excite their bad passions by arts which such men know so well how to practice-- , to organ them into guerrilla hands for party service, and thus arrayed, to turn them loose to vote or die, to kill or to be killed, according as the fate of the race war thus imiuguuratcd may determine. Wherever they can overawe, or whip the whites, it shall be well, but where, on tho contrary, they aro beaten, or overawed by tho whites, so much the better for instigators or irreconcilable sectionalism, and the perpetual dominion of n single political dynasty. Meanwhile, all material interests, and every sentiment of national fellowship and good will, shall stand aside, whilst thcbc buccaneers play havoc with tho power and resources they have stolen in broad daylight. free-tradRep-publicph-ism- IV. Tin: MOKAI, OF IT. Ill Tin: Cit.viiACToit Of Tin: But tho argument against it would be overwhelming and irresistible if there wcro no such thiug as a black man, or a negro voter in existence. Tho Alien and Sedition laws which hurled tho old Federal party out existence, were regarded bv a generation not so used to tho excr- ciso of political and personal liberty as1 But ourselves, as tolerably stringent. thoy were, child's play by comparison vitli this schemo of a more clique of to escape tho consequenco of their acts, and, in despite, to continue their occupation of the entrenchments and barricades of power; for it is nono other than an act to creato a rotten borough of tho South, and thus to inako tho subsequent conquest of the North tho easier. Sometimes I doubt whether the leaders of this movement, liko Reed nnd Quay, are inspired by any very deep sectionnl feeling. Their sectionalism may bo ns spurious as their philanthropy, their hatred of tho South as pretended as their They arc, as love of tho Constitution. boys say, "out for tho stuff." Their trado is politics. Their traodmark is "office" nnd "boodle." What docs a smug book-ste- r, liko tho putativo father of this bill who, tried by tho rules of literary criticism might bo convicted of plagiarism sinco ho did not originato a clauso of it. from a profe3sion-u- l but took it ready-mad- o ballot-bo- x manipulator what does this cad care, so that ho gets a chance to mnko a figure at Washington, nnd to go back to Massachusetts and cut a dash tho poorscholarsof Cambridge.nnd tho wondering hackwriters of Boston? Why should this Jack Falstaff of a Speaker, who sits for a constituency that has regularly to bo bought and bullied into electing him by tho Canadian Patcfio railway, and other corruptlomsts, why should ho trouble himself with any honest sontiment oven though ono of aversion toward a class of his countrymen' whom ho secretly admires, albeit Co.ssr-mATOipol-itica- lliiiMvMin hlt our Val, Blatz' Sons, SI. 25 PER GALLON (Ll.SliorUff. HUGHES' She-Devi- MSB Burn of iy: 1 1 Pb-pa-- id -- ujw . .i. tt' mti, ejr.ysHr unlimited authority, and n of soldiers to seo that n sure count and a full return for tho Republican party is duly made. This is tho schemo that is relied on to keep Mr. Reed in tho chair ho disgraces at least ono term more, nnd, under tho thin disguise of a plan to secure fair elections, which is to bo driven through Congress a a strict party measure. Surely thoso who framed tho Constitution, and put into tho hands of Congress the control of the federal elections, oenld never liave dreamed that a party would over appear on the scene bold enough and bad enough to Undertake a of body-guard satrap smacks rather of the Yankee overseer than tho Southern planter? Onco, on nn occasion of convivialty, I met Mr. Henderson, of Iowa, and ho did not seem to mo to bo either Very warlike or malign; on tho contrary ho appeared much as a I havo known, somo other who could strut nnd fret their hour upon tho stage, nnd roar it with tho best of play-actor- his attempt at "plantation manners" romon-ethem, and then, tho grease-paigone, sing a song nnd tho aud crack n joko, liko a comifton mortal. Docs Mr. Henderson really hato the South, or care a nickel about the Con stitution? Possibly, but not certainly. nt foot-lights d rrturnlalo ahow our wJa to CYtf taoaa who ll your btirhtort Sursam Corda ! Lot us take a inoro and thoia around you. Tha ba. trtnnlnr of thla Alack tho day ! How well I remem- cheerful view. Let us hojo that, after "-mahowi tha araall cat! of lha tala tha appaarauca of It raducad to nt ber it Then, ns now, I looked out upon all, wo shall bo able to send tho French cope. Tha theso mountains, Then, as now, ex- something less melancholy than a tremism was struggling to possess the statuo of Liberty bidding adieu to about lha tftlalh part of Ita bulk It U a --rand, doubla ilia la carrr. Wa t!l alao ahow you how you ,aa country. Then, ns now, my heart beat America. Tho stars in their course can makalarr a aaaSISaairtttolO a day at laaat, from tha aurt.wltb-oto from aiparlf nca. twtttr writa at once. Wa pay all aiprcaa charr-to tho music of tho Union ; and I would fight for us. God reigns, and tlio flag of AdJr..l,ll.llALLLTTCObul8SO, roKILAXU, UaIDI. willingly have given my life to save it. tho Union is still at the mast head I To me, nnd to the great body of people II. W. about me, the flag was glorious and seThe Tennessee Mountains, cession was odious, and slavery was an magazine, with , July 2, 1800. contents, it a library evil, for whoso existence wo were not rein ilielf. sponsible, but with which we must do A Remarkable Case from Illinois. It tvai indeed a happy thought to print an entire novel in each number, tho best we could. Tho war came upon "I suffered for fivo years with MerNot a short novelette, tut a long story such us ns n cyclono sweeping every- curial Rheumatism which was tho result as you are used to get in book form and pay thing before it. All conservatism had of potash and mercurial treatment by from one dollar to one dollar and a halfjjr, Not only that, but with each number you get been crushed between tho upper nnd physicians, for constitutional Blood i. an abundance of other contributions, vihichgivts nether millstones of tho two extremes. They not only failed to euro mo you a good magazine besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on Four years rolled by, and exactly what but made mo a physical wreck and my the gateway of popular favor, have resounded men of my way of thinking had pre- lifo a burden. I then commenced takthroughout the entire land, and Lippui-colt'- s dicted and feared, whilst tho debate was ing Swift's Specific (S. S. S. ), and after Magatine stands in the front rank if monthly publications, and is the most widely' on, had como to pass. Tho South was using a few bottles was entirely cured publication of its kind in t'te o beaten, Slavery was gone. Tho of tlio Rheumatism, which tho doctors world. For full descriptive circulars, address of secession had led for tho timo to brought on by their remedies, nnd tho LIPP1NCOTTS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia tho complete subjection of tlio rights of Blood Poison which they failed to euro. Sjooperyear. as cts. single number. tho States. The publisher of this paper will receive I cheerfully commend S. S. S. to any one subscription. Naturally, thoso of us who had opposed similarly effected." wo embraced a great madisunion and John 11. Lyj.f., So cnto 111. jority of what were called tho Border No Traco Left. States were ready to return without Mr. nnd Mrs. Lm:ix, of Huntingburg, instruction or ado, to nn allegifurther ance, from which wo had been unwil- Ind., Bay: "That nbout ono year ago, lingly withdrawn by the hard choice be- their littlo girl was entirely cured of nn tween our convictions and our affections. annoying eruption of the skin nnd a local botAs Mcredito P. Gentry pathetically puts blood disorder, by tho uso of thrco tles of (S. & 6.) There is no traco of tho tho Union. Its preservation it, "I loved was tho dearest aspiration of my life. skin disease left, and tho blood has lieen Forty years, as man and boy, in nnd out in perfect order ever since, and tho gene of Congress, I prayed for it, fought for it. ral health of tho child was never as good At last tho Htenfuboat Secession came as now. Thoy will take pleasure in analong. I saw first one, and then nnotljer, swering any; letters regarding tho child's of my neighbors got aboard, rinnlly, case." Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Diseases when no ono was left ashore except mynnd thoy wore nbout to haul in tho mailed frco. self, I cried out in my despair, gang-jjanl- ', TiikSwiit Specific Co., Atlanta Ga. 'hold on, boys, I'll go with you, if you go Hon. D. R. Murray is giving tho read-er- a to hell.' " To a man liko this, to men of tho News some nice letters from liko him, not any test or term of probation was needed. But tho unthinking Germany. Ho will probably bring the radicalism of the timo made. no distincFisher money with him. Hawesville tion, and, from that day to tills, the price Plaindealer. Time out of mind, fanaticism has played into tho hands of rascality, and it is no new thing for the honest mob to be duped by tho designing knaves, who have made cat's paws of unsuspecting zealots. For a man like tho President, I have nothing but pity. For his kith and kin in the Republican party only commiseration. But I must confess that of tlio conscious and responsible authors of this business, it is hard to writo in terms suited to one's" own sense of nnd tho proprieties of nowspnper publication. It is from both classes, however, that tho peoplo of tho South appeal to the good senso and good feeling of tho peoplo of tho North, What in God's name, can any reasonable man expect from such "goings on" ns we have had in Congress this session, from such measures as this Force bill, from such debates as thoso of the last week ? They aro redolent tho rather of 18(J0 self-respe- ct demanded of Us for complete emancipation, personal, moral nnd political emancipation, has been our abject acceptance d of the expedients, tho violent prescriptions nnd tho verbal excesses, which havo for twenty-fiv-e jears marked the policies and utterances of the Republican party. I was but n boy in 18G0, nnd most of the men with whom I then struggled for tho Constitution, nnd the Union and the enforcement of the laws, havo gone to their account. But their sons nnd their grandsons are here, and it seems the solo purposo of the Republicans, of which tho Presieent is tho fanatical embodiment, nnd Mr. Speaker Reed the rascally interpreter, to drive these out of national fellowship. I seo on every hand fine and lusty, lads, born sinco tho close of the war, and fast growing toa fair manhood. Instead of seeking to make these a generati jii of young patriots, tho Republican leaders are doing their uttermost to mako them n generation of vipers. They seo in their government' as it is now organized, a foreigner and an enemy, not a fellow-citize- n nnd a friend. They feel at the hands of the party in power the mailed clasp of war, not tho gentle pressure of peace. They hear from tho oracles of that party nothing hut taunts and curses, execrations aud accusations, assailing nil that they hold near and dear. And this bellowing follower of Itcllonn, and who stands upon the house-top- s bawls for a union it is plotting to destroy; this canting Pharisee, who clamors for the rights of man, whilst nullifying home-rul- e and whooping up a raco war; this irreconcilable Bourbon, who talks so flippantly nbout a Constitution it has never respected, but always despised; this unchristian bigot, who sits in judgment upon tho character and conscience, tho motives nnd intentions of the millions of Americans ' for tho atrocious crime of daring to act and to think for themselves ; this rcnegrado to all its promises, this rufliau in nil its processes, lias the hardihood still to call itself the Party of Great Moral Ideas, and to thank God that it is not as other parties are I Well, I thank God that its days are numbered, for I believe they are. This country is now upon the down grade. It has not even reached the summit of the heights of national glory, to which it is steadily, but surely, and against tho obstructions piled across its path by the Republican lenders, making its way. It is too large to be gobbled up by a clique of politicians, nnd such politicians, led by such scamps as Recti and Quay. It is too great to bo long governed by a combine of mere sectionalism and plunder. About tho time thisT'orco Bill, if it bo passed, as I think it will be, breaks beneath its authors, showing their folly nnd its rottenness, tho Administration will bo on tho mnrkct( borrowing money to carry on tho Government, having exhausted tho surplus left by tho Democrats in tlio Treasury by its wild adventures and wasteful Then tho people, with appropriations. of mountebanks ,and their belly-ful- l mountebnnkism, will throw off tho disgusting mask of corruption as an overloaded stomach throws off its gorgo by ono heroic effort of relief, nnd we shall be free forever from political quacks nnd patriotic shams and frauds. Old Gov. Charles Scott, the Indiana fighter, nnd andbiggest-hearte- d ono of the clearest-heade- d statesman and heroes produced by Kentucky in the early days, used to say that "When things get bad, thoy aro hard to mend ; but when they get d d bad, thoy just cut looso and mend themselves." I have an impression that they nrc Hearing this lattercondition. short-sighte- GREGORY & GOr, Lieiid(iinrtnt8 fur Reapers Grain Drilln, Pln-tp- r, and-Mower- s, Fertilizer' Cement, Mich- - Salt, Lime, Coal Oil iinn by iho Rarrel, Plaster Hair, Pine Brick, wa- & Poplar Shingles Piro Flooring nc- nl- Ordprs cnmpnnied by cash prompt ly filled. Plow Unndlcn, - kei.t on bond. - im - trrmTroi gcvofrr MS To euro nillonsnc-a- , sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaint-- , take tlio sofa and certain remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEAN: ITko tho KM ATX Six (tOIittle Beans to tlio botUe). THEY ABE THE MOST CONVENIENT. lc o- - All A-r- a. vrlco or cither Jae, 23c. per Ilottle. -- Uu.Il-- 4 for. eU.(rF-r.unJ.r.JMITHACO.JUk.nof'BILEBKANS.-ST.I.-- IIW Wilt )l MO. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. TIME SCHEDULE, Taking Effect Al 5:00 o'clok A, V Sunday, Feb, 23, 1830, asro. 13. IFirtl Hound Tni'mt Emt Hound Tratni MAIL AND Milt, 8.00a 8.15 AND STATIONS. KXPKESS. 1.20pm Lv...UnionDenot,Lou!v'e..Ar. Kentucky Street l.US .. Alms House Pleasure HIJgo l'urk Valloy Meadow Lawn Hlver View 0 00 :. West Point 12.25 U Hock Haven 12.02 . -' 9.41 Long Branch 11.62am U.S. Urandenburg 11.40 .. 10 02 Ekron 11.31 .. 10 13 Ouston 11.20 .. 10.2.1 Irvington U.O'J .. 10.32 Webster 10.59.. 10.47 Lodiburg 10.47 .. 10.50 Pierce 10.37 .. 11.01 Sample 10.30 . 11 10 10.1U .. Stenliensport 11. 18 Holt 10.10 .. 11.31 Cloverport 0.55 .. 11:3. .. ..... ,..;.- - P:&l) ,. Shops..... 11.5.AM Sklllman J.3 .. 12.04pm 9.2.1 .. HawesvIIlo 12.19 Falcon 9.09 .. 12.30 Lowlsport 8.5B .. 8.3(1 .. 12.47 Powers 12.69 Pates 8.2.J .. 1.08 .. Arr Owensboro Lvo 8 Ham 1.30 Stnnloy 7.45.. 140 Worthlngton 7.34.. 1.57 ,.. 7.14 .. Spottsvillo basketts 2 08 7.05 .. , 2.20pm Arr .. Henderson ,.Lve 0.50am .!- FOR MEN ONLY! for IAJSTor FAILLNO -- I, laf Errfiraa- - JioiruuanuvuuaiJiiiUi)(iBodYinilMiiiil. EffactIn IUt-lt- MANHOODf flljAvViw.. r 11 TIIUTIItKT-B.-t- ttf Ikulaltl- - r.llli-IIOl- K la air. a tMlllj (ran to Slim aa4 ITartl'a Caualrtr- -. WrlU lk.au ttoMriatlta Baak, talaaatlaa aid ntiud (uaM) rraa. U-n- w ERIC MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V. rr VhlTBCOIWM rOH m M foUo-rl- af G 1II.S'I"I'11- I ll uur larlitllr. ara tilt uurli al d an.l lolmriMluc-tia w III .nj l. a auj- - rkr ro 1. IB4iE ihUMi lurach trall'r, a. almia Unlv lliuaa mIi.1 wHia ft ua at onearan maka aura i. ! ur -m tliarh-tue- On- - rtlii I than 1800. 1 ttla-M- a. Zrrwcorrs , Pol-boi- doc-trin- f yr ' N. A Breckenridge News, WKDNEStUY, JULY JNO.D.BABBAQE Ii -- 1(1, 18IK). Kt, I., A: T. Iiocnl ThMo Cnrd, ... 9.55 a.m. ,..11.34 a.m. ,.. 5.50 p.m. .. U 55 p.m. ,..12.10 p.m. , 0.55 a.m. James G Blaine, Jr., was ejected from tho floor of tho llotiso last Thursday by Speaker Heed. James G., Jr., is the clerk of Botnu committee and walked intp the' house without first asking permission of Boss heed, and he was speedily ejected. HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, V. BRANDENBURG. John T OiUo, - Fun Ahead, JuL'dK Wu. K. Ituiaell, I iTTTTTTTTTiTTt . BAMBAliK TIME TABLE No. I. I Id I lor - Aaent & Corrcso'nl Witt llmmtl 8UXIMY. Sail STATIONS. irvington Oarfield '"' D. C. Turrciitino is iu town. Mr, Geo, Yeakel is in Louisville. DAILY ICKPT BUXPAY. 1 fc &' As tiik August election approaches, it becomes tho Demecratic party of this county to get itself together, renew organization in every district in tho county Wt.., and bo ready for n bravo, determined, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. aggreesivo fight on tho day of tho election. Our Kepublican friends think For County Judge, Thus. AdMison, tlioy will catch us napping and run in a For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. man or two on their ticket, but wo hopo For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. no ono will bo found away from tho For Sheriff, J, S. DeJcrnette. post of duty on our sido when tho tiino For County Sup't of 3chool, Jas. W. Miller. for action arrives. In past years our For Jailer, John SUton. party has been quite successful in electFor County Alienor, Len Ouhman. ing its county ticket, but it was not accomplished except by a hard struggle. For County Surveyor, F. M C. Jolly. Indifference to tho necessity of organiFor Coroner, V. R. Pendleton. zation and union may lose us a man or TO OH 11 COItltllsl'OKUUNTN, two, but it is tho only thing that will do Qel the news and get all the news and it. If every Democrat is at tho polls as From Dana's ho should be there ill ho no occasion nothing but the news for alarm. Tho Republicans yet havo a Celebrated .Maxims in Journalism. fighting chanco here, hut a few more such as wo havo given them hereQks. Clinton 11. Fisk, of New York, Into caiitliriittc for President on the tofore will cool their ardor for supremand acy in county politics. Prohibition ticket, is dead. Thomas V. MeCreary died nt his homo in Owcnslwro last week, in year of his age. the seventy-fourt- h IIox. Chas. Ulanford, the chief mogul of the lteiuitilican jurty of Hreckenridgo county, has bcnunblcd out from under tlie majority by which Jim Woitham defeated Itiiu for .State Senate and announces himself a candidate for delegate to the Constitutional Convention. Messenger. A couutoroxnKXT Mall and Express going Gait,.. ""! " West.., Kinross " East... ' West.., " Kait... Local Freight 11.30 12 a.u.Lv,., . 2&I,u 1,00 1.29r.u,Ar..llardlnaburg Harned , .Ar.10 00 a.m .. tt.10 ' ,. 8.4(1 " Lv. 8.20 a.u Death of Miss Lilly J. Ditto. a sad duty I take upon myself to write you and your many readers tho deatli of Miss Lillio J. Ditto, of Long It is ro :? i: from Lexington, Ky., that the rites to the Courier-Journalleged dissatisfaction among the friends of Major Adams, late candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, has no foundation. Major Adams' friends will support Ixmgmoorc, and Lougmoor w ill carry the strength of the Democratic party of the entire State. w t! r Gov. Buckxki: and W. 1'. Hardin weie on the stump in Hart county last week speaking on behalf of the Democratic paity of the State. If Jim McKcnie and John Young Brown could be added to the list anil the four be allowed to make a tour over the State, they would stir ui) the back districts and swell the vote for the ticket in August. the candidates coiiiMsing our county ticket this year aie young A xi'MiiEit of men and in every way worthy of promotion. This being so, the young Democracy of the county should turn in and make themselves felt in this election. AH along the line theie is a feeling that the party is in good shaic, but the young men can help to increase the iuterst already aroused if they will, and it is important that they do so. Alex Montgomery was in the city last week looking after his lolitical fences. Mr. Montgomery is serving his second term in Congrehsfiom this district and feels sanguine of going back for a third, although he will have some strong coiiiotitors for his jmaition. Tho race is not fully made up yet, but there are some three or four candidates in the race. Besides Judge Montgomery, there aro Col. Sain Hill, of Ohio; Senator .Sinjth. of LaHue; Hon. Hugh 1'. Cooper and Judge Hussell, of Marion. CoNoniissMiN Branch. She was known to many of your numerous subscribers personally and to all as tho occasional correspondent from Long Branch. She died July 10th, after a shoit illness, surrounded by tho kindest of friends and loving relatives, and was buried at tho old homestead, where rest the remains of her parents. Knowing her intimately, having been associated with her from childhood, I feel that any words I may use in portraying her many noble traits of character would scarcely do them justice. Fiom earliest childhood her mind gave, evidence of a superior mould as well as a singular individualism. Entering in and enjoying the amusements of girlhood w ith the same heartiness and interest as her companions when with them, yet happy and contented when alone, seemingly keeping company with her own thoughts. This trait of self, entertainment was more fully developed as she grew up to womanhood and made her appear often, to persons not knowing her intimately, cold and selfish. She had a warm heart, and always interested herself in the promotion of the happiness of her congenial friends, but was never of the gushing and overflowing kind. She was always a student, but often not wise in the selection of her books, as her thirst for know ledge caused her to devour almost all kinds of reading matter in her reach. In society she was a bright as well as an instructive conversationalist, yet to strong minded and cultuied in the higher realms of thought to be a society belle. Her mind was too strong and sound to be taken up witli anything light or frivolous, and for this reason in every walk of life she was a success. As a teacher, she was always complimented ; as a companion, was loved and enjoyed ; as a christian, she was trusting, without being joyous, ami in loving and serving her Master, she was regular and steadfast, and met death with the same composure and humble submission that characterized her in all of life's changes. UNION STAR. Mrs. Sarah Bruuer spent last week in town, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J. Severn. Mrs. D. II. Severs, Ilardiushurg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Fry mi or. Miss Lillian Crosson, who has been sick during the past week is greatly improved. Mrs. Haghdale, of Kvansvllle, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Biggs, this week. Kov. Will Cashnian, of Hawesville. spent several days with his father, Mr. Joseph Cashman, this week. Juno Haynes left Saturday for Ky. lie was accompanied by Messrs. K. A. and It. C. Hichardson. We regret to report tho death of Mr. J. G. Boot, a respected citizen of this place, who died Sunday, July 0th, at L'::K) p. in. Mr. Sam Cashman and family returned Saturday to their homo in Now Albany, Ind., accompanied by Misses Julia ami Kva Cashmuu. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Bichardson and daughter, Kllen, of Iniisville, nre Handing several weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). S. Bichardson. Tho Misses Bichardson entertained a mimlwr of friends Thursday evening. Those present were Misses Paulino and Lottie Goldstein, Mrs. Leigh Isaacs, Mr. Jenkins, Dr. Goldstein, Mr. Will L. Mil-no- r and It, 0. Itichardsnu. Mini-fordsvill- e, Tiik Force Bill is nothing more nor less than an attempt to turn the South and ruflians, over to tho carpet-baggeand to put tho Republican party in control of that section. For years the people of the South have conducted their elections quietly, made their own selections for ollice, independent of national interference. The leaders of the g. o. by ami endured the thing as long as they were forced to, but now that they aro clothed with a little brief authority, they undertake to make and enforce a law that is a disgrace to any people. rs With Governor Buckner as president identof tho Constitutional Convention which meets in September, tho State will again have a chance to pay a tribute to honor. It looks now that the best men the various counties have are being put forward as delegates, and that lkxly will be one of the soundest that has assembled in Frankfort for many years. Make Gov. Buckner its president ; Jus. K. Stone, secretary ; Green U. Kelly, assistant secretary; change the place of meeting to Iouisvllle, and tilings will go oiriike clock work. Owensboro Inquirer. Tiik Mayileld Democrat seems to think that they cannot have their drawing under the act of the TA'gislature. It now proposes to extend the time of subscription for four months, or to give every paid-up H sulwcriber a present. Tim bill t and papers have just as much right to have drawings now as they ever had It has always licon against the law, to hold ADDISON. drawings, but no trouble has ever arisen over it. The Democrat is reforming very K K. Addison has gone to Henderson quickly, now that their is no danger, and Kvansvllle. "Why don'tshe say she don't want to A full program of tho speaking and have thu drawing. Owesboro Inquirer, A ctiiEAT many jwople had supposed that Maliono had been silenced by the Hepublicans long sinco, but only last weelc lie was ni iasuiiij:uin (ituying "loss" of tho Republican Central Committee, and directing sotno legislation that didn't quite, meet tho approval of many of his bretheron. Harrison and Jiis friends have been trying to get out of tho way by offering him a fpreigu mission, hut tho wily little Virginian doesn't accept. He is still dictatMn-ho- the Democrat referred to never passed, '- - ing ltettubllcan appointment in Vir- a giniaand Biijervising the ntfUlra there jjtjicraHy,- - your i'0latent Jph work done at thin olllco styW'anu assigns. bartiecne will Ihj published next week. Master Dan WJUctt has lecn visiting relatives hero, for two weeks past. The roller Hour mill of H. U Morton is being rapidly pushed to completion, and will soon be ready to receive grain. Hon. A, II. Montgomery will, speak hero Aug. 2d if he can Ita, spared from Congress. He told us Satlmlay, while jiassing through oi his flying trip,, that he would surely lo present If iwseible, Hon. John Young Brown has accepted an invitation to bo present at tho barbu-cu- e and shaking given, at Minor's Giovo, Addison, Ky., August 2d. Other distinguished speakers liavo been invited and will lm present. Kvery ono is invited to attend. Mr. Mason McMoniglo was at homo Sunday. Mr. McMoniglo for somo timo has been in tho government service as a storekeeper and guuger, hut on tho 1st of only ono body. Tho lower and upper extremities of this month was appointed assistant to the general storekeeper nnd ganger, with tho body were perfectly formed, nnd had all tho power of action seen in now- headquarters at Louisvillo. horn children, but from tho collar-hon- o Tho many friends hero of Mr. Kverett down about thu length of tho Jolly were very sorry to learn of his body, tho bodies were grown together as trouble at Irvington, nnd sympathize firmly as though only ono child. with him most heartily, as from tho Tho two boys aro healthy, and givo circumstances ovnry ono behoves him to every promise of living to bother tho bo perfectly justifiable. Ilia friends hopo medical fraternity in telling just how it ho may havo no trouble in establishing Tho double boy weighed happened. his innocence. ton pounds, and its parents aro now nt a A party of gentlemen interested in tho great loss to know whether thoy havo Louisvillo Salt Company which is erect- two children or ono, and whether to ing a salt plant above town, were hero call ono Harrison and tho other Morton last Saterday. They inspected tho salt or to collectively call tho two Blaine. and gas wells and woro much Owensboro Inquirer. pleased with tho outlook. Their SPRING DALE. plant will bo in operation by August 1st when they will begin ttio Miss Fannio Green is very bick, manufacture of 1C0 barrels of salt daily ,Mr. Charlie McCmcken spent Friday Tho candidates for tho different county iu Irvington. oflkes will begin their canvass on SaturMiss Ella's heart still lingers across tho day, July 10th, at Garrett and continue Mississippi. with ttieir appolntmonts up to ttio electMr. Dick Owen has rctttrnod from ion. So far tho Hepublicans have no nom- Louisville. inated a ticket and ttio probability is Mr. Vic Itobortson sighs for tho "DayB that thoy will not do so, as tho county is that aro no more. Democratic by an overwhelming majorjty Miss Annie. Dean will spend the sum. and the ticketnoininated by the party is mor on tho Lakes. an unusually strong one. Miss Blanch DoIIavcn, of Millwood, is It is our sad duty to chroniclo tho visiting Miss Daisy Dcano. Mr. Jim Dean is still expecting "Tlie death of ono of Mcado county's most popular young ladies, Miss Lillio Ditto, ship from over tho sea." who died nt tho residence of her brother, Mr. Gordon McGavock, of C16vorport( Abo Ditto, Jr., last Thursday night at 9 was visiting hero several dayB last wook. Mr. Joe Howard is still very fond of o'clock. Miss Lillio was quite a favorite with all who know her, and her death, flowers, but wo bcliovo tho Lilly is his uucxiocted as it was, caused quite a favorite Mr. Bonnie Moorman still plays skill-full- y shock to her numerous friends and acon tho harp. "Wo bcliovo hisdatest quaintances. Her death was caused by heart failure and tier condition was not song is "Jenny ltiker. Kov. nnd Mrs. C. M. Bold havo returnconsidered dangerous until a short timo ed from their bridal trip and aro now lwforc tho end camo. Mrs. Lon J. Owen. Our popular Democrat nominco for with Miss Carrio Owon goes to Bowleyvilto county clerk, Mr. It. II. Nevitt, isoppos-c- d soon to visit her friends Misses Blanche by W. T. Gary, a republican, who Jolly and Lena Drury. How's Thhl is making tho nice as an independMri and Mrs. John Fisher, otlrvingtou Wo offer Ono Hundred .Dollars reward ent. Tho Democratic candidates for and Mrs. W. rI DoIIavcn, of Millwood, for any case of catarruh that caunot bo are also opjosed by an independent aro visiting at Mr. Eli Dean's. cured by taking Hall's Catarruh Cure. Tho Miss Minnie Alford, who lias been for .ticket composed: of Republicans. F, J. Ciienkv & Co., Props, Toledo, o gulatDcinocratic nominees will receive tho past two weeks tho guest of Miss Wo, tho undersigned liavtf known F. J. a largo vote and every Democrat in tlie Betlio Webb, lias returned to her homo Cheney for tho lost 15 years, and believe county should go to tho jwlla and cast in Louisvillo. Mr. Charlie last him perfectly honorablo iu all business his full vote for tho straight Democratic for Cincinnati, Bland left has Thursday where ho accepted a transaction, and financially able to carry ticket, both state and county. Tho state position with the Pullman Palace Gar Co. out any obligations mado by their firm. iwjwrs havo published somo accounts of Wo wish him success in this new enterWkst & Tiuux, Wholesale Druggists, dissatisfaction in tho Democratic rusks prise. Mr. Ernest Ilobertson's long talked of Toledo, O. Walking, Kisnan & Mauvi.v, over the nomination of Longmoor for mill (?) sclieme lias tfoven a success beWholesalo druggista, Toledo, O. Clerk of tho Court oi Appeals. For Meade yond hi fondest hopes,- and is now loHall's Catarruh Cure is taken intern- county wo can say that, white fclw cated at Fern Creek iu'JeifewoH county. QtiHcft gay party-oyoug ladies awl ally, acting directly upon tho blood and supiwrted, Matt Adams in tlwtconteet,yet xentleitteH snont tlie Fourth of Jhlv very fl mucous surfaces of tho system. every one of her Domocrate will stand 1)switly on the Kaad Knob, owe of tlie Bent freo, Price 75ct per bottle. by the nominee of tlie' party ! eMthtw. mow. iworM.m .orectcenrMge Fold by all druggists. iastically support Longweer. coutHy. two-thirtor f Tcsti-'monaleiMu-miBg Mrs. II, V, Duncan Ih visiting in tho city, Mr, Walter Piggott was in tho city last Monday. Mr. ICdgar Bennett was in tho city last Monday, Scvcnty-ilv- o barrels of lime for salo at J, A. Witt's. Miss Nora Smith has returned from Stophensport. Prices reduced on a largo lot of ladles' and gents' shoes at Witt's, Tho train was a few hours lato Monday. Sho got off tho track below here, All summer goods, prices marked down to bottom figures at J. A. Witt's. suits of fluo clothing in Twcnty-liv- o cutaways and frocks, prices cut down 20 per cent, at J. A. Witt's, Mr. Goldstein, a young dentist from Ixmisville, is at tho Lennin Hotel, where ho will remain several days. All class of goods 10 per cent for cash. If vou haven't produce or cash don't by'. J. A. Witt. camo up from Davies Mr. G. P. Jolly county Monday, and is present at the examining trial of his son Everett. Notice Tho law firm of Murray & Mercer is hereby dissolved by mutual Muiikav fe Mkucku. consent. That Cloverport newspaper seems to bo a strange visitor to some of the ltepubli-can- s. They were not all on to the new deal. A Democrat from Union Star, who knows the situation in that district, says there is no disaffection in the party there They will all pull straight. The American Dramatic Company, of Boston, is negotiating with manager Monroe for a weeks season here in our new City Hall. Now how's that. The Methodist Centennial begins at Elder Browder Bewleyville will be in charge of tho ceremonies, and Hardinsburg Methodists should go up. Parties indebted to me must come for-aid and settle. If you are not able to pay all of your account you must pay a part, as I am in need of money. J. A. Witt. We understand that, John U. Hensley has closed out his interest in the tirm of B. F. Beard & Co., te Mr. Coleman lias-wel- l. Mr. Ilaswell has been employed as a clerk in the house for several years. Take notice, dry weather prices, all French Satines, old price 20, now price Satines at 10 now 8J. These are 103. all summer colors. Come and purchase J. A. Witt. before all arc gone. Good reports come in from all the speakings in favor of tho Democratic Our boys are all making a candidates. good impression and with the right kind of work from now until August, they will go in. Some folks contend that tho railroad is no benefit to the town, because the depot is a half milo from the Court-hous- o and on a spur at that. This is an idle reckoning. The railroad is a good thing. There is more business here, and more comers and goers to thu town than there over was before. Kverett Jolly camo in yesterday and went before Judge Adkisson for an examining trial, for killing Jim Kasoy at Irvington. Mr. Jolly is represented by Jim Lewis, of Brandenburg and his uncle, Mr. George W. Jolly in tho defense. It is believed by those who aro acquainted with tho facts that Mr. Jolly will make a strong case of self defense, if not prove himself justifiable altogether. Mr. Itobt. M. Jolly and Clint Adkisson were here a few days ago, wanting to take steps to havo tho town of Irving- ton incorporated. Tho place has several hundred people, is growing all tho time and they feel that they nro badly in need of some sort of civil government. Thoy neglected to get a charter from tho Legislature last winter and can't wait until that body meets again two years hence. Tho General Statutes has a provision for incoqioruting towns and cities, by an before tho County Court, and it is most likely they will tako this step to havo their town brought under soino sort of civil restriction. A new business venture was opened hero yesterday. Tho "Bank of Hardinsburg" operated and controlled by 11. F. Beard & Co. Thu capital stock is $25,000 and tho institution starts off under very flattering prosjwictB. It will no doubt, bo a success, because tho President II. F. Beard, has inado everything ho has undertaken a success. Ho is assisted by a Morris Iward of resinmsiblo directors. A bank has Heard v ill act as cashier. been contemplated hero for some time, but only sinco last April was tho work begun in earnest. Now a hundsomo two story brick stands ou tho cast sido of MainKtrect,thu first floor equipped in tho very best stylo for banking business. Tho institution is in safe hands nnd wo think will do a successful business. w Mr. H, L. Bell, of Guston, was in town Sunday. Mr. L. L. Lowls, Imisville, was at homo Sunday. J. S, Morcmcu, of Corydon, was at homo Sunday. Hon. Chapezo Wathen was in Loitls-vill- o last week. Mr. Fred Jphanbecko and wife, of Louisville, aro visiting Mrs. J. Caspcrko. Misses Kmma nnd Sophia Frieck nro visiting their aunt, Mrs.'. J. Caspcrko. Mr. W. F. Casperke, of Louisvillo, is spondlng soveral days with his parents hero. Mr. John Sanders, of Louisville, was visiting Mr. Lon Morcmcn returned homo last week. W, 11. Thomas, of Louisvillo, Mas tho guest of Mr. T. L. Pusey several days of last week. Misses Bona and Bettio Clarkson and Mamlo McCanso visited Mrs. II. C. Woodson Sunday. Miss Blanche Holcroft, of Big Bend, this county was married last week to Mr. John AV. O'Bannon. Judge AVm. K. Bussell, of Lebanon, was in town last week informing tho leoplo that he was a candidate for Congress. Miss Fannie Clarkson who has lwen visiting tho Misses Woolfolk for tho past two weeks returned to her homo iu Big Spring Sunday. Mr. J. W. Ijwis went to Hurdinsburg, Monday, where ho has been engaged to defend Kverett Jolly for killing the negro at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Toomly and daughter, Miss Florence, who have been visiting Mr. IL, 11. Livers, returned to Louisvillo Sunday, Messrs. Chaiezo Wathen, A. W. More-me- n and E. II. Shelman returned homo last week after a pleasant stay of ten days at French Lick Springs. Messrs. G. A. Fryniire, Elvicc Wimp, Chas. Coleman and Thos. Fairleigh were in Louisville last Thursday and attended the game of base ball between tho Louis-ville- s and Athetotics. Dr. W. B. Pusey, of Louisvillo and T. L. Pusey, of Chicago, who havo been visiting their father, Dr. D. C. Pusey, for the past two weeks, returned to their respective homes Sunday. A water lino lias just been completed which will conduct the water from a large spring above town up Main street This will be quite a convenience as it will furnish all with a plentiful! supply of good water. A largo and respectable excursion from New Albany visited this place last Wednesday. It was given by tho Elm Street Baptist church, of Now Albany, of which Kov. I. B, Timbcrlako is pastor. Bro. Tiniberlakc accompanied tho party. Yes indeed, there is fun ahead in tho old Fourth tho funniest time wo over had, if 11 heated contest may bo described by tho adjective funny. It will bo n race in which every candidate will get down to his work early in the fight and remain tliero until tho k11s close on primary election day or until a chairman declares tho result of a convention. It is a race in which slow horses will novcr seo tho quarter post and had as welt stay out. Mr. Montgomery is at homo looking over his field and repairing fences wherever needed ; Judge Itussell has tils weather eye open ; Hill is keeping n sharp lookout ; Cooper has said ho would bo a candidate without doubt, although not announced, nnd 1). 11. Smith, with tho shrewd nuuiagmcnt ttiat has always made his races successful, is taking a calm survey of tho field, confident that, let come what will, ho has a solid backing sufficient in Lallue, Green and Hart to make him an interesting party to the contest. Mr. Smith lias not authorized an anouncement but ho may ho safely counted on as a candidate. Lalluo Herald. of Lebanon, It an-- n unced l a oindldats fur Congreia In the Fourth dUtrlft, a fact which complicates (natters down thrre. Hun, A. U. Montgomery li ut for ru. election j Ocu. Sam K, Hill li a candidate, and Hon. Hugh 1'. Cooer and Hun. 1). II, Minlth are liable to become ao at any innmemt. There it fun ahead In tbo Fourth, Frankfort Capital. iTTTTTniTT M f HT7T 1 T IJill iJj Special for Gentlemen! Wo will goon begin our Btock taking boforo Unit time, beginning wo will name special low prices on our suporior homo-mad- o clothing. Thia will bo real genuine reduction in prices, and not tho kind usually advertised by uak dealers" to trap tho unwary nnd rob them of their d money. Wo sell no Eastern factory-mad- e clothing, because wo could not do so with a clear conscience Wc havo been in business at tho same stand for forty years, and during all that timo no mau has ovor accused us of unfair dealing. Wo would rather lose a salo by tolling tho truth tlian to make a salo by misrepresentation. Wo havo always found that when wc lose a salo in that way the party is sure to call on us tho'next timo, and then ho rcmnms our friond always. This is our way of doing busi pcmi-nnnual A u 11 hard-earne- r ness. WINTER "Old Reliable' Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I I I I I THE FORCE BILL. How I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I l 11 I 1 1 I 11 I 1 1 I I I 1 Ti Hon. A. B. Montgomery was in town Saturday looking after his political fences. From present indications there promises to bo a lively race for Congress this time. Mr. Montgomery is a hustler himself, while soveral equally as good men are camping close on his trail. Undo All That Peace Has Accomplished Will Boycott the North. - - - Ci.Nci.N..VTi, July 10 A prominent CLOVERPORT, KY. wholesale merchant of Charleston, S. C, Jewelry Department, was in tho city a fow days ago, and talked freely on Southern sentiment regarding tho Federal Election Bill. Ho says WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, that the ieopIo of the North have no idea of tho intenso feeling tliat exists Musical Merchandise among all classes in the South over the and Sewing Machines. proposed measure. There is no disposition to talk about it, or to make threats, but tlie passage of tho bill will bo the REPAIRING A SPECIALTY signal for tho creation of tho extremest BURAS. bitterness, a feeling that will undo all tnat tlie years ot ieaco liavo accom Glasscock & Co. have begun thresh plished, and will find manifestation in ing wheat. of all, every Northern araction. First The farmers are a little ' gloomy over ticle, as far as possible, will bo boycotted. the dry weather. Following this will come the most ex"We hear complaint of the great numtensive and effectual boycott on class labor ever known in tho world. Ar- ber of tobacco worms. Miss Mollie Pile and her brother Joel, rangements are already under way to secure abroad thousands of white laborers, are not going to teach school thia fall and every negro man in tho South will they say bo discharged, and no Southern man Mrs. Vol Fentress was unexpectedly will, under any pretext, give one of them called to Short creek last Thursday to employment, the object being to drive see her sister, Miss Hester Fentress who thorn into the North and West. is reported dangeriously ill. All our dwellings are turned into NATURES FBEAE. canning establishments until the blackberry season is over. The berries are Something of the Morton Twins. Bcarce, but are. greatly sought, other Bock Lick, July 10. This quiet fruits also being short. little Kentucky town has been in a great Granville AVilson is in Hardin county state of excitement for tho past threo in the interest of the Farmers Labor weeks, and the female portion of tlie Union. There is also, we think another populace is in high feather, for they little matter which may terminate in a havo a phenomenal child birth to dis- matrimonial union that is calling him cuss, and can tell more reasons for it away. than tho most expert man of medical The littlo set-tbetween one of the science can. tlio.13ur.iH correspondents and tho editor On May 22 Mrs. J. S Morton gave birth to what was at first supposed to ho of tho Republican is really amusing to a looker-oWe are sorry, however; to twins. Imagino tho consternation when see that Brer. Republican is not dispostho doctors and nurses and tho nearest His attacking of kin, who aro always called in on such ed to be argumentivc. occasions, discovered that while there tho individual instead of tho facts he in ono were two heads and four feet there was presents is very unbecoming o n. It Will F. N. D'HUY, STAPLE Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. V.JSi Grocery Department m FUN GROCERIES, Provisions, Confections, Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. INCORPORATION NOTICE. themselves together and becomo Incorporated under the corporate name and stj lo of the Cloverport Salt and Qas Well Company, and by that name shall have perpetual secession, uny have a corporate seal and alter the same at pleasure, and as such snail have exercUe tbeVtflit of a natural person, 2. The principal place of business of said corporation shall be at Cloverport, Kentuaky," and the general nature of its business) shall be to acquire lands-bpurchase, donation, loise or otherwise, and drill for and develop thereon natural gas, salt water, mineral and all or any other products or substances, and tu manufacture or dispose of tho same ; nUo to deal in and utilize all such products and substan"0 Iny pipo lines, conduits, railway tracks, roads and pasawnys for the successful and profltabla manngement of Its business, and genrrally to do and porform all other lawful acts to this end. 3. Tho said corporation shall h ivo power to sue and be sued by its eirporato namo in all' courts and places ; tu render the shares or Interests of its stockholders transferable on the books'of tho compnny ; to make contracts, acquire and trans for property, possessing the same powers In this respect as natural persons ,now onj'iy, to establish nnd make all rules and regulations deemed expedient fur the it-- i management of auairej not inconsistent with tho constitution or laws of thio sUlo or of the Uaited States, and to prescribe the terms and conditions when tho capital stock shall be paid In. 4. lhe privato property of stockholders shall' be exempt from tbo debts of the corporation. 5. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to whioh tho said corporation shall nt any timo nubject itself shall nut exceed Gfteon hundred dollars ($1500) 6. Tho affairs of said corporation shall be conducted by a president, secretary, treasurer occupying his responsible position. and a board or flvo directors, who shall be elected and hold their offles for one year and' AVe quote tho following from "Wheel' Perhaps some ono may like to use it as a nntll their successors sball be elected and installed. The stockholders shall annually on text for a tarid article: "Remember the first Saturday of July in ouch year elect a that tho Democratic cry of 'Low tarifri board of' directors, and each shnro or stock be nor tho Republican cry of 'High tarifr?' shall uponinall matters by entitled to ono vote to be cast person or written proxy, prodoes not add a dollarto tho currency of vided bowevor, the corporation above named' board of tho country. So far ns tho farmer is shall bo thesuccessors directors for one year or until their are elected installed' concerned noithor low tariff nor high ine Hoard oraircctors shall elect and president tbo tarifT helps him. Farmers and produc- - J secretary nnd trcamrer, who (ball told their one yearand era need money in the country, and the office forand installed. untllthelrsuccessors nro elected Tho boaM-m- ay from demands of tho Alliance and the Industime to time appoint such other officers and trial Union and the Union Labor party agents as to them may seem advisable. 7. The enacted into a law is the only way to be the sumcapital stock of said cor. oration shall of Five Thousand dollars, dlyldad relievo oppression and got mora money. into one tbousind shates of live dollars each, 8. The said corporation shall commence) business on the 1st day of July, 1890, and may STATEMENT continue for twenty-fiv- e years. The capital Of thn Voiidltluii of tlio IlrockiM-rldR- o stock sball be payable on the call of the boarU CIo rornert, K y lit the of directors and at such time and In such insutlauk, ClOKO Of HllMillOKN Juiiv 30lb, 18U0. rer as they shall proscribe. Cloverport, Ky., July 1, 1890. AHSETN. $180,923 67 Notci and BUI Dlicounted- D. Uambleton, 2,572 2S Bank Ftxturei and Furniture. W. lit Bowmer, IBinklng Home aud Lot 3,335 14 Orer Drft 2,130 34 0. Nolte, ISO P5 Suspended Debt. A. B. Sklllman. Bond). 2S.884.04 32,0.19 38 Dae (rota Iiankt Ciuh on bandi 22,04ft 57 y by-la- Silllman and their assoctateg have associated Be it known, thnt D. Hambletnn, VT. 17, Downier, T. Miller, O. Nolle, A, B. J. J, m w- :r St - XOlV<t Is Issued weekly, and Is the representative-journthe trade journal of Ainerlcan adver2,533 23 tisers. It Indicates to the inexperienced advertiser bow, when, and where be should ad Fer. 1890 1,801 00 60 tile j how to write an advertisement) how to 410 .Taxes due July 1st, 1690 display one; what newspapers to use; how much Total $249,661 24 money to expend In fact, discourses on every? 1, A. I). Bktllman, cashier of the above nasi, point that admits of profitable discussion. Aded Dank do solemnlr svear that the abore vertising is an art practiced by many but statement is trne to tbejbest of my knowledge by few. Theconductorsof Printers'' and belief. Ink understand it, and their advlee Is las d on. At h. SKIM.MAN, Cashier. years Subscribed and sworn to boforo me this the an experience of more than twenty-tv- e' In plaolng advertising contract! fon manyof ' 1st day of July, 1890. OH AS. D. SKILLM AN, N. P. B. 0. the largest and most successful advertisers" AS year's subscription costs but two dollars t sample copies Free. Address ID.l'OO'OO 1 CapitalStoclt Depoiiti Surplui Fund...... Undlrlded Profit! Dividend No. 32, due July 2nd MAUILITlGil. yMtmiiiia ,...$, 0,(!6 1 24 A JOURNAL Printers' Ink FOlt ADYEUTlSMtS. al $15,100 00 180,813 41 V t N... If You Have ronchiti hfomtAffotiM iWMtlngtfTiMli a80.P.U0WEMifcC0., Newspaper Advertising-Bureau,- , 10SpruooBt.,.NewYork. COMUMOTJONICQIMMmCOU SCROFULA or Or By JHttntt ithmre Htt Threat ami Zm$t JCuflamed, Xach 6f 8trng4h or Ji'trr Fewer, you eat to rttlevd and Curtd fry, EMULSION PUIME OOD LtVIR OIL. With Hypophpfett. OF scones rikaa, The County candidates for tho s event tho peoplo of county atthofollowingtimesand' places: .uauinciy. Tueudav. J11IW8. offices will address Breek-enridf- to palatable: a tAjsf'tf Btniiifsililil milk;. fa! bwls Hock Val6. wiKinesuaVj McDitniels, Friday, West View. Saturdav. Iludsonville, "Wednesday, Custer, Thursday, lligSpriinTi Friday, Garfield, Tuesday, Bewleyville, Wednesday) Webster, Thursday, OliftoRMiiy, Friday, uiinm omr, or iu rimy, Mooleyville, "Wednewlay, .- - w. li A..C. ( i. S!v '"M,, 24) m bu. Hiepliorwp&rt. " HlUHtfon indtu ym " 1 Mi "' Thursday, u' Cteverport, Friday, AWmtriJ " Ml ! H 90rrxovtH,OHiHmif, Sotdhy all BruMiti. 8peWrgtd (xmmtmi promptly at Kir;- - o clock jK"mr !t - s T'j " ......... . - l.tev' $ w EMf'&v 'Zl?. t'Sf'ssf' (f " W$k"' ":f-- l BO'' S5k - '.' - i f v . X--' " ivf P. W - v r?r - Use Purity Hour-- at Pallereoh's. Fresh Silo wllake crackers,at Patterson's An ice factory would pay handsomely in litis town. A refivshlhg bIioWit Visited this sect.VIVJT I .VijKion yesterday. The best grapo vinegar at Patterson's. 15 cts. per gallon. Mi water wo must lntvo If wo have to tap the ocean to get it. arrivals at tlio Thero Were sixty-fou- r TarPprhlgs last week. The Plpo Lino Company lias completed its work of piping the town. ltov. Jas. Tyler ftM preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday. A big excursion party with a Iirass Both tho mctliod and result when hand wbh hero Sunday from Canncltom Syrup of Fiesta taken; it is pleasant Jllackberrles lire Very scarce In this nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acta market and bring 15 and 20 Cents jcr tly yet promptly on tho Kidneys, ' gallon. ilvor and Bowels, demises tho ays' Judge Tliisley, Republican crtnilldato torn effectually, dispels colds, headfor Clerk of the CoUrt of Appeals, was in aches and fovcrs nnd cures hnbStun tho city yesterday. constipation. Syrup of Figs Is tho Maj. 0. W. Fowler's sato of houseonly remedy of its kind ever prohold effecta takes place at his rcsidenco duced, pleasing to tho tasto ana no evening at .1 o'clock ccptabld to the stomneh, prompt in Maj. John W. Belt, well known in this its action and truly hcnciicinl in its city, dlcdjit his home in Louisville last . cflecta, prepared only from tho most Monday morning, of Rrlght's disease. healthy and njrecnblo dith.tanccs, Tho wheat crop in thitf county is its many excellent qualities d threshing out About six or soven bushels it to all and liava mndo it tho most popular romedy known. o the acre and Is of a very Inferior qual Syrtip of Figs is for unlo in COc ity. and $1 bottles by all leading drugWm. McCttrty, and Mr. and Mrs gists. Any refiallo drugi'fet who daughter, Miss Birdie, and Mrs. Clay may not havo it on hand will proWilhite and son of Owensboro aro visitcure it promptly for any ono who ing Mrs. Thos. IL Bates at Tar Fork. wishes to try Do not accept Building and Loan Tim Inter-Stat- e any substitute, Association, of Bloomfleld, 111., makes a CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. splendid showing in its annual stateSAN FRANCISC 7, CAL, ment of business ending July 1st. new tome, n.r. uuisviuc, gf. Regular .excursion trains will run from Louisville, Henderson and Owensboro John Allen Murray, Wm. K. Barnes, to tho Tar Springs ever Sunday from Ifardtnsburg. Cloverport; now on during the balante of tho season. MURRAY &. BARNES, A regular pessengor coach is to bo put on tho short line to meet the trains here. Tho June business of theLouisville, St. IUrdlnsburg and Cloverport, Louis and Toxas showed a largo increase Kentucky. over any previous month in tho history of tho road. This road is paying handsomely and is not likely to bo turned over to tho L. and N. without she pays hArdinsburo, ky. a big bonus for it. 3ff0fiico with Murray A Humes Court Sqnara A big land Company has been organized in this city. It is composed of tho .; jy. leading monicd men of this placo and Tift Louisville.It is not a "boom" company, '"' but is organized for tho purpose of imCLOVERPORT, KY, proving tho town' and furnishing cheap It. Murray near Post flSTOfllco with lands to manufacturing establishments. office. Rev. David StanclifrieftlaBtFriday for Corydon, Ind., whero ho takes charge-- ' of n' church. This is Mr: Stancliff'a first Surgeon, work as a regular pastor, and he has tho best wishes of tho News and a host of Office over Wctiardson'a Itardwarc flore'. friends in this community in his new CLOVERPORT. KY. field of labor. Like all young men ho' will need tho full of tho W. S. TA YLOIt. Jr II. TAYMMl, J. C. HUSK, good people in his now homo and this & Co., wo bespeako for him. Ho is a' splendid young man fully imbued with tho importance of his work and its great responsiOvor Zulaufs Jewelry Storo OWENSBORO, KY. bility, and will do a good work for his Frederica Street, church. Mk oom-mon- PERSONAL. Banana at Martin's Mr. (,'. P. itahlmgo spent Sunday In tho city. If. M. McCmckun wart in the city yesterday, Frank Dittd, of Vliib Grove, waf I'liGro Saturday. E. A. Kissalil, welit to Itnrdiiisbtirg yesterday. C. B. Rhdd, of Owensboro, wib in the city Monday. Miss Kalo Boyd has booh very sick for several iIuvb. It. M. Conway, of Oweiishoro, was in tho city Saturday. Mr Alt. llennen, of Hawesvllle, was in the city Saturday. Miss Maggie Wilt is vislfsng friends hi Low'isiorl tills week. Miss Cora Turpin, of Loiilsvllle.ls visiting Miss Veva Miller. Fotir nicd large Bananas for five cents at J. W. McMillon's. Toblnsport now has n regular daily mail from tho railroad. Mr. Eugene Haynes, of Slephtiispori, was in the city Monday. Oranges five cents each, Lemons two for five ceiits at J. W. McMillon's. Miss Bianch Frank, of Frank's landing visited Miss Llralo Saner last week. Hon. A. B. Montgomery, candidate for Congress, was in the city Saturday. Mrs. Rosa Hammond, of Dale, lnd., is visiting her sister, Mrs. It. L. Ncwsom. Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt is tho guest of Miss Bettio Bowmer this week. Miss Mamie Miller, of Hardinsburg, is tho giiest of Miss Lina D'Huy this week. Mr. Sam Crawford, of Webster, a former citizen of this place was in our city last LAND OF GOSHEN. Itniii is what it stays dry mighty fast. Mr. Joo Junes was in Loitlsvllie hist week. Roy. Reid aiid wife have returned from Lancaster. Mrs Eliza Lewis Irvingtoh Is at Mr. Jesse Oweiis. MissFutinle Grceii made a flyliig trip to Louisville last week. . Mrs. Will Dollaven, Millwood was at Mr. Ell Dean's last week. Miss Tio Moorman, Clovorort Is at her sisters, Mrs. Robertson. Miss Cella Robertson has returned from a visit in Jefferson county. Mr. C. L. Cornwell, LoUisvIlle visited at Sir. W. J. Dean's last Sunday. Mr. A. J. Williams of Owensboro is visiting relatives in tlio community; That samo young gentleman visited "prospective relatives" not long since. Mr. and Mrs John Fisher Webster havo been visiting their children here. Wo have a young lady in our midst who Is very patriotic. She loves her , u need, CHAIRMAN BEAltD GIVE8 SOME QdOD REASONS 1'OR THE FAITH THAT IS IN HIM. m - - Yes, It's It Is a Party Fight f and Every Man Should Stand by His Colors. So Warm Enough SayWoAlL H.iiunxHinmb, Ky., July U, 1800. ! EiriTtm Runc'KbxittiHii: News : I Bee ill your paper of the 0th nit article in rofercnco fd thb raco for tletegatc to tho constitution convention ill which you Bay many had hoped that neither party would have made nominations for this office as it is a position entirely distinct from politics and one that the Is sound philosophy and sound business policy. people should have chosen some ono to fill irrespective of party affiliations. Now it scorns to mo if there wcro any grounds forjHtch a sentiment it would bo very much out of season just now, but from In clothing of all kinds ; the best of coats; the best of vests; my view of tho case, I sco no grounds the best of pataloons. whatever for such a sentiment. There certalmly is as much political importance attached to this office as to the county Judge's, County Clerk's or any H other county oillice and I think a great deal more, and it is so regarded by tho State Central Committee who urged prompt action on the part of every coun- Goes with every article wo make. Nothing can be better than our ty Committee to make nominations, that good?, as nothing can be better than the best. party organization might bo maintained. Wo will havo to send a Democrat or Republican; which would you prefer? Would you prefer Bending a man to Of otir success lies in the increasing patronage of those who arc make n Constitution under which tho of this State will probably have citizens , to live fifty years that ondures the acts of tho tyrant, Reed, tho Forco Bill tho In the community. If you want the best, yon can-ge- t it of ns as Tariff Bill and tho Republican Adminischeaply as you can got tho not best elsewhere." tration under which grow and flourish trusts and monopolies that aro bringing financial distress upon tho country, or would yon prefer Democrat? You may rest assured that your Republican friend has a choice and will lot no opportunity pass to make use of it. In acconlanco with instructions from tho Chairman of tlio State Central Committee, wo called a convention and nominated a candidateone that no man nOed bo ashamed to support or afraid to tmst if elected. If any Democrat has any reason why- ho doesn't want to support tho nominee and wishes to givo it to the public lot him give tlio true reason and not attributed it to party mistakes or mismanagement. B. F. Beard. Making the Best of Things WE MAKE THE BEST OF THINGS THE BEST MATERIAL,- ::THE BEST WORK,: :THE BEST FIT Country-ma- n. it Attorneys atLaw Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, miller, Atinrnfiir at n. I. w. - Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and DENTISTS Breckenridge News.. WEDNESDAY, J. H. Taylor Children Enjoy BSHv 'j.. 4' ,,' fr '"3 i- JOtY 10, 1800. ". . W. r5 38fo I0CAE BEEVITIES. Ubo Lion cofTee, at' 7t. Patterson's. Pure country lard at Patterson's. New honoy at Patterson's, 10' cts. per Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative and if tho father or mother bo costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow its use, so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle. LONG BRANCH. F. Ditto, Sr., and wife aro down from the city to stay some time. Mr. C. W. Parsons, of Louisville, spent several1 days with ns last week. Mrs: Add English and son, Archie, attended the funeral of Miss Lillio Ditto.. Mrs. II. S. English, of SteplioiiBport, spoilt a few days at this placo last week. Mr. D; W. Fairleigh, of Louisville, spoilt a day or two at this placo last week. C. II. Ditto and wife, of West Point visited A. Ditto's family Saturday and Sunday. A. Ditto and family expend thanks to tho neighbors for their kind help ill sickness. Mr. J. D, Babbago and family attended tho burial of Miss Lillio Ditto at tho old homestead, Mr. Luckct Brown, of tho L, Stt L. & T. railroad, spent a few days very pleas antly at this place last week. Miss Mnriali Dooley and Mrs. Walker and children, of Arkansas, aro visiting friends and relatives at this place. Farmers find their , hay crop much lighter sinco they began to cut than they expected. All crops'Varo needing rain. ' Tlio down train is stopping at our station now, which makes it inoro convenient for tho people of this neighborhood. Miss Addio Ditto was called from of her cousin, Louisvillo to(tho bed-sid- e MIkb Lillio' Ditto, and rendered good service. Sony to notO tho death of Miss Lillio J. Ditto, which occurred on tho 11th, of typlioid fever, resulting in heart trouble. Her remains wore buried at tho family burying ground on F. Ditto, Srs farm. pound. - "flEV- KJWS v- 'r r. Remember tlio picnic' at Stephens' Grove July 20th. JIr. David Oglesby is verj' ill' at IiIb lumio near this oily: JBiisiness in tho Mayor's court was Vory quiet last week. . : ' ( .",i ' rffl- - r;v. MC :1 ' V. f' t.1: ' . A . ISW; '.. ' A4 ,'; K jT J1&I; . vegetables tho'niarkct atronls. ifr. PI S. Jfillei' lias built a new fence in front of his resiilonco on Wall street. A party of' fifteen people came up from Owciwboro Saturday and spent Sunday at tho Tar Springs. Tho machinery for the now Houring mill at Addison has arrived and is being put in position. air. John Gregory and family, of Pordsvlllo, aro visiting Mrs. Gregory's mother, Ire. Rachel WcatliorlioR. ' at Martin's every day and ovcniiig except Sunday. Orders by tho gallon-filleat any timo if givenin time Cloverport rarely over fails to get' any- Ice-crea- m "needn't Buffer any uneasiness about tho saltwater. Dr. AV. S. Tuvlor of tho Arm of J. H.1 Taylor & Sons dontists Owensboro will bo at tho Cloverport Hotel July 28tli atidremain one wock. Give him a call. Ellzabcthtown is to havo an original package house, or, in other words, a uo can whiskoy whero saloon lihurrlii. tn nnv sr.a nackaso from three Tho yOung folks had qulto a pleasant time at oiir impromptu party given at Mr. Ferd Owen's on tho evening of tlie 5th inst. Miss Minnie Alford quite a pleasant voting lady who has" been visiting Miss Bettio Webb, returned to her home in Louisvillo last week. Mrs. Edgar Bonnet Irvington is in the neighborhood for a few days. Thoy say Miss Maggio is still fishing and this timo has captured a Trout-maQnito a servious accidcut happened to Mr. Dick Owen on the evening of the 8th at the L. H. & W. and Falls of week. Rough junction whilo attempting to Mrs. E. S. Payno, Decatur, Ills., is the couple some cars. His right hand was guest of her sister, Mrs. Sam Conrad this caught in some way and severed entireweek. ly with tho exception of tho little finger. 8. E. Crawley, of Hebbanlsville, was lie is doing as well as could bo expected in the city Monday tho guest of Rev. W. under tho circumstances. Dick has the heart-fel- t C. Brandon. sympathy of tho entire comof Louisville, was in munity in his sad allliction. Dr. W. B, White, our city Monday practicing his professSTEPHENSPORT. ion denistcry, Mr. and Mrs: Jno. Burks, of Addison, Mr. Amos Skillman, of Webster, irf in wero the gucsta of Mr. and Mw. W. II. tho city. Bowmer last week. Miss Emma Moscley has returned Mrs. J. D. Gregory and children spent from Hardinsburg. Mr. Amos Board, of Webster, was in last week in Tobinsport, visiting Mr. and town Saturday. The Rev. Felix RobMrs. Conrad Simons.- erts, of Hnrdinsburgi wants the school Mr. Geo. Caspcrke, of Brandenburg, was in tlio city Friday enrouto homo here. Tho Misses Goldstein, of Henderson, from Shawnectown, III. who havo lcen visiting hero for tho past Mr. Lon. Rhodes and family of near week, will return home Hardinsburg Bpcnt Saturday, and Sunday since we It has bced ono month y Mrs. Thomas Lewis. with her sister of Hardinsburg, was havo had rain enough to lay tho dust, Willis G. Payne, though indications aro fair this morning in tho city Thursday, tho guest of Mr. for a good rain. Crops along tho river Hotel. Frank Payne, at tho Cloverport and creek bottoms arc not Buffering as Mrs. C. D. Temple, who has been in yet. Mississippi for sovcral wcScks to sco her Mrs. Mike Blain gave a delightful tea Hick uncle, returned home last Saturday. a few evenings sinco to tho following Mrs. Cody, of Evansville, Ind., came persons: Mjr.and Mrs. R. A. Brashcar, up on the packet Sunday enrouto to Mrs. Alice Mudd, of Louisville, and Miss Hardinsburg, to see her mother, who is Ella Moscley. very ill. Tho Rev. Meyers, assisted by the Rev. Miss Kate Alvoy, of ncarHardinsbury, Petrie, of Hardinsburg, will begin a Lick,-ararid Miss Lela Jolly, of Rock scries of meetings here on the fourth Misses Tula and Sunday in this month. visiting their cousins, Florcnco Lewis. HAWESVILLE. Miss Florcnco Cotfrell, who has been court-hous- e hero with her aunt Mrs. G. W. Short for The at this placo is being Adairville, painted, BOino timo left yesterday for to visit her mother. The steam ferry, Lottie between here g Miss N'annio Stephens; an occomplish-younand Cannelton. Ind., is in Louisvillo to lady of Holt, Ky., left last week, bo inspected. to visit her brother Jas. G. Stephens, Jr Mcllenry Rhodes, of the Hartford at Brentwood, Tcnn. Hcmld, was in tho city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Turpin, of Louisville, Mrs. If. V. Duncan arid son Daniel, Thursday for Rosctta; to Visit' are the guests of Capt. Frank Lander. left last Mrs. John D. Kelly, of Washington, her sister, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. They will Ind., js in tho city visiting her father, remain there for sovoral weeks. RoV. David Stanclltr and Wife left Judge It. Y. Bush. Thd picnic given by tho F. M. B. A. at Monday for Corydon, Ind., where they Mr. Stancliu" Camplicll's School Hottso on last Saturwill reside in the future. has accepted a call there from tho Chris- day was well attended and a financial success, having cleared about $150. Mr. tian Churchy Rhodes, of Hartford, addressed tho audilucklen's Arnica Salve. ence on tho educational interests of tile Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, day, and his talk was a decided success, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover well appreciated. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains; Mr. John Darfcr, living near this place, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively' has been pensioned. mitaa Mil, or no tiav reouircd. It is Tlio county candidates spoke at Skill-ma- n guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Monday. Prico 25 centa per1 money refunded. Mrs. Hettie Adams tiled at her homo box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover- in this city last Thursday. Sho was tho port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, mother of James Adams, editor of tho Ky. Pino BlttfT (Ark.) Graphic. n. to-dato-dao The Best Evidence THE BEST DRESSED Suiter's CLOVERPORT, KY. WS and Fell Over a Cliff. five young men living near Samplo were out at a party in that neighborhood last Saturday night. After tho party they started homo and lost their way. They roamed around for several hours and got into a dense woods nnd, in attempting to find their way out, two of tlio party .Tames Hendricks and a young man by tho namo of Jolly walked over a cliff Bomo fifty feet high. Hendricks was killed outright by the fall and Jolly was badly hurt and, it is thought, will not recover. The other two young men, whoso names wo could not learn, remained on top of tho cliff until daylight, afraid to move for fear thoy would meet with tho samo fate as their companions. Hendricks was about 20 years old, and a son of Mr. James Hendricks, who lives near Stophcnsport. Four or specialty of Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Wheat Hay, Corn and Oats. Give us a trial shipment. Wiite for Prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, Grain Brokers and Produce Dealers, Will do well to know that we handle Country Produce exclusively. We make a wm THE TELL CITY PLANING SIAFUFACTUREItS OP VllLLiS pOYAl DOORS.SASH &BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In tho Turning ami Scrolling lino of work will to done at this establishment In the belt manner and at tho lowest rates. Alio dealers In Felt and Dodtno Roofing. MOWERS POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Government Iiejwrt, Aug. 17, 1889. 5 mwm UOIUMiW, RAKES. All the Best Machines. FOR SALE. acres of good land, of Hafdinsburg, two nnd ono half miles. Also, forty acres of good land one milo nnd a half from Harninsburg. Both pieces contains a houso. Eighty-foust WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Beautiful in Style and Finish. Freight Prepaid to any Station. Harvest " f r f North-we- Machine repairs of all kinds. " ' V- ' v : ',, '. '":.,'' 'A1 , -- fly ?": .. . drinks up. g. Tlio Trustees of tho Cloverport High SttScliool havo elected tlieTfolIbwing teach-Au::"'- &1&W' ere: P. J. McAullfT,nf principal; '..'fi l.c T llllrt uu;iibti An:nini .'" ... Tij. iiniwii.iiiMi. lunmuiiiL . .uira ijiiiiu rrtrtrul" S'K .'? tJ?K ' ;t,iinr.llitn Allna Antilnllnlft.. nrlmflrv. v' &(' 4 and'Miss Minnie Slurray, preparatory. Tl, Cloosebono foretells tho weather, ?Sf-'- buUwho can toll when you will need Keep Canter's chicken cholera euro? . S '! '. .'a stock on hand, for thcro's no telling "" -If it falls to when von will. need it. t.'Z. your money will bo refunded by cure, jri The Keataky; Editors. -- -- f'? Pr' .v G.W, Short. Miss Jessie Witt died last Wednesday night at the rcsidenco oMior sister, Mrs. JJ 0. Nolto, ofconsumption. The funeral services woro held Thursday ovening anl 'conducted by Itev. "SV. 0. Jlnindon Miss Jessto was a bright young girl just entering into womanhood and her'dcath wm quite sad indeed not only toherrcla-tlve- s, but to a largo circle of friends. nr- - 'EM..rtwl T7a.11 ii'lisi lioa lutnti a f.. compositor oh tlie Nkws for nearly three &':&. vuuaraalw1iW) nOHltiH to-dlie will r; ":f a stort vetten and tlif n 'go to Rose 9k to PolyMchnie IwiHt at Terre Eddfe . tAk a'eoHMKi IneivU ' to Hwke a Tmm evwy qwtMty reqmsit ' no faw.wit and wrt will Meeeel. wltot : . &yr ,l' fV'.". v. J enirlni. lve Ht, Tlio Winchester people hailed with delight the visit of the Kentucky editors to our city. During their brief stay among us wo wcro so charmed with their genial, pleasant and delightful mariner that'their departure was a source of regret to all. An impression prevails that Kentucky editors aro or n set of reckless, rollicking fellows, and that tho meetings of tho Press Association "aro nothing mora than occasions for tho editors to indulge in protracted sprees. If wo take tho meeting at Winchester this year as a typical ono, we'.rannot imagine how such an imThey were pression, over originated. with u three days and nights, nearly two hundred strong, and in tho whole timo not a single member was intoxicated, and this notwithstanding the fact that the meeting of the Press Association is Rgak timo of all timo for tlie editors. Ch such a congregation of aBy otlier ckesof society lost of t much sobrkty? AvWlioeter Sun. The Killing at Irvington. Everett Jolly shot and killed Jim Casey, a negro, in Davo Henry's saloon at Irvinflton last Saturday night. There aro many conflicting reports and rumors in regard to the killing, and tho out brought bo hardly will before tho trial. Jolly is now under a SI ,000 bond awaiting his trial at Hardinsburg, which was set for 1 o'clock Ho claims that ho did tho and will bo able shooting in to establish tlie fact when the case comes up for trial. Tho saloon, at tho time of the shooting, was crowded with white men and negroes who wero all drinking. Jolly and tho negro, Casey, it scorns, got into a dispute over who should "set 'em up". Ono word brought on another and blows followed. Jolly run tho tho negrO out of the saloon, drew ills pistol nnd fired four times, tlio last shot taking oirect in the negroes breast. The negro ran, after ho was shot, to Adkitson's saloon about two squares distant, whero ho fell, called for a drink of water and died. Jolly went to Hardinsburg Monday gave himself up and was put under a $1,006 bond for his appearance. yester-terday. scif-defon- Accepts Witti Pleasure. Heniikrsok, Ky., July 10, 1890. Terms will be Reasonable. My DiiAit Minor: I havo received information call on yours of tho 0th inst. I sincerely thank For further you for tho invitation extended to mo,' F. M. C; JOLLY, IIARDINSBURQ.KY. and accept it with great pleasure. Trulyyour'friend, FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Jqiin Youno Bnow.w Col. W. E. Minor, Addison, Ky. . One fine combined tadJIo anil harnm hone For Solo A fino half jenoy HuditEs' Tonic Tho old time, reliable second enlf J. T. Cnnnor. remedy for Fever' and Ague. Reputa! tion earned by Thirty years success. You S depend upon it. Titv It I During my absence my ion, II. (can Diturt-OIST- R. J. BASSETT & BRO., LEITOHFIELD, KY. GRAND AT p CNIG Worth Knowing for tale cheap. T. II. Ditto, Ilraudeuburg.Ky cow, freib, Notice C. Murray, or-io- UAVK it. Speak-Kindly- : When Biy w if we'T . fcir .' 1 , i How often tlo wo hear an expression from some ono in answer to an inquiry in wonls that tend to cause the feelings of somo ono to bo milled. It is .but a Eligible i'uro llrcd UertuMre Pit,, oil little thing to give a mild and pleasant registry. answer instead of a gruff and unkind ono. to Fo? l'rfcei ind other Information nddrm Many times fouling would bo saved and J. T. H0BRt)3, IUrdlciburg, Ky. friendship cultivated if wo would only speak kindly to thoso around us. To n question or to speak in any manD. ner in a rough way is unkind and should bo avoided. It is more a habit tliana natural deslro to offendl Wlien'one insulta you arid makes an, apology, saying that it CLOVERPORT, KY, is hk or her way of speaking; it te to be MAefK tor tho purchase and sate of regarded as a poor xctuw for an apology. town tote and lands. Persona wWdnf Qm ftbowkl nver cultivate tW habit of ib buy or sell aro soHcited' seo mk. '" apnn.Wnjg uwtefawtty. If ao ttdMbwi word waf itiiM rwiiny iMyyiWfljiflt'tMi Aad MtMI t at hM htiri. ta' ami nmtifjf Wedmm. authorliod to collo t inonoji duo. All indobted will jdeaie settle with him at 1). H. Moxiuy, once. Attorney at Law, t'lovcriorr, Kj. l For Sale. Hi EI Lit I T juull U.-- an-Bw- er HAMBLETOH, Eeal Estate Agent HAT IH A I nC IE Alii ...,. Jhfginr r Kcurttla Per i iMIIU jlUiii ,w. tdtawHHafNI 1 CJ "' "stJ 3pMP'" iBBHff Mn7 Mi ''aP ! MpfTwi, wpp ajt, tin Wwnr flwPHal UTiDjiiL' - jx mil siock or goods are going dirt ehfeap for cash. Messrs. Cash Trade and Country- Produce are solicited o be in attendance:? Come one, corns' aUf .JV. caerli and gfttyoiir goods b X' - iau iv ubteiiu. , . .1 , -- '; !; ' i axe not wwHy broken. bteSMMM. Ink It MctnMttmil4 , MdlCtne cam MUmM quickly. Ut Vor tola, t)M genuine. irok BrrmM. br , ta vv rJA a chea)r Wl!ET,BjpHeto " T?&&w"i? &rif "i T' r4 w - .A FAITHFUL. STORY. sweet, when the world goes To know you are faithful and lore mo tlllj To feel vrlien the gunshlne bo left tho sllr That the light U sbtnlng In your dear eyes; Beautiful eyes, more dear to tne Toad all the wealth of the world could ho. Breckenridge News, THE OWENSBORO FAIR. GT. MALO'S iJiflM It Is somcthlujft III . f r t I K fe i. A remarkablo story of tlio eca comes from St. Mnlo, tlio narrator being nn anExtensive Improvements to be cient mariner named Daucbe, whoso painful experiences inn small boat on tlio Made to the Grounds and ocean ought to bo n warrant for tlio truth the Premium List Largeof his tale. Riucliq bud signed articles with the captain of n vessel called tlio ly Increased. Mntlillde, in which ho sailed to Martinique. Whilo In the harbor of St. Pierre The Directory at Work and Say in n boat with the cabin boy one day bo They Intend to Have a Fair Second was driven oceanward by a gale of wind ind was knocked aboiil for a week on tlio to None in the State. waves Iwforo ho was rescued by a NorTlio Owunoboro Mcrwenger nays ! "The wegian bark. Fair Coinjwlny in going to work on the After the first night nt mm Iluieliesays line of suggestion oflercd by tlic Messen- tliat tho cabin Iwy became partly deliriger last year in reganl to the improveous, water was tilling tho boat every inment Of the grounds and adding to the stant, nnd in, orde'r ti prevent tho dying premium list. Work will lcgin in a few lad from being drowned in if tho old days on an addition to the grand stand, sailor made pails from tho legs of bis was thusenabled to keep extending it a hundred feet to the south. pantaloons, nnd tho lottom oi tlio little crait toieramy This will give room for several hundred dry. Nc bad also to deprive himself of and will prevent the mi more his shirt, which ha utilized as n flag of crowds that have heretofore distress. On tho third day tho cabin boy n feature of the races. died, and li irdly wns tho breath out of The utter failure that has hegn used as his body Itefore kqvcii or eight ferocious black sharks liegan to circle round the n substitute for a ilond hull will be turnsometime!, almost ed into a place for the exhibition of boat, which they Rather than deliver up tho touched. machinery. A small engine will ulso Ihi dead body 1 tho monsters of tho deep put up bo that the machinery may be Djuche kept it until it lecauio decomseen in operation. The floral hall will posed. 1)0 moved up in what is now the northBeing afraid of illness, lie nt length ern end of the grand stand. It will bo threw it overboard after having said Ids y extended. back until it is amply broad prayers over it. and the prey was sjwed-ilseized by the sharks, who disappeared enough.for.tlie purpose for which it is with and did not show up iigniii for intended. More attention will bo paid about it twenty-fou- r Iioum or so. this year to'this department than it has Duuche now felt so utterly miserable over recioved before. Some of the that ho was thinking of throwing him premiums have been greatly enlarged self overboard, when ho was dissuaded and nro now' Well worth competing for, from his intention by tho reappearance of tho sharks, who, after eying him ravand others have been added. Among the other improvements will enously for borne time, actually began to him, as if in anticipation be n wide bridge from the new floral gamlsjl before of n good feed oil liU IkkJv. ','Idid not hall to the amphitheatre. This will be want to bo eaten alive," remarked eovcred and have seats along its sides, Battel ic, in Ids narrative of his perilous to mm u win lorm a part or tne prome- adventures, "t-- I lemained wliero I was nade. The amphitheatre will recieve a and awaited assistance." On tho 6oventli coat of paint and whitewash, ami a good day tho sailor lo-- t consciousness, fell deal of work will be done down in the boat, and was rescued in an condition by Capt. Pade.wr., on it. Another improvement that has insensible of the Vladimir. been badly needed for years will also In bis mouth tho Norwegian Bailors bo made. A drive-wewith a fou:-!nc- h found what they first thought wns an old pipe will be put down at a convenient quid of tobacco, but which proved to be place in the grounds, so that instcrd of part of the horn handle of his knife, a famine there may be a plentiful supply which Baucho w;as crunching to stave o(I hunger whcn'bo bccanio unconscious. of water for all purposes. sailor, after having been Additions amounting to about $1,000 Tho rescued Orleans, obtained a taken to New haveb.'on made to the premium lists homo to St. Malo. Paris Cor. Lonwhere they needed enlarging and a few don Telegraph. changes have been made in various Electric Bitten. parts of the lits. Hen-aftethere will be entrance fee for the races, but each race This remedy isliecomingho well known will 1m free for all. The entrance fee and so H)pular as to need no special All who have used Klectrie will bo taken from the winner in the mention. same manner as is now done with prem- Bitters sing the same song of praise. A iums in tlio exhibition rinys. It is purer medicine does not exist and it is thought that this will work a great im- guaranteed to do all that is claimed. provement in the races, as it will cut oil" Klectrie Bitters will cure all diseases of n great many chances for crooked work. the Liver and Kidneys, will remove If the rule had been in force last fall the I'imples, Boils, Salt Itheum and other races in which the most monkeying was ulfcftions caused by impure blood. Will practiced would have been straight, or drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. they would not have been run. For cure of Headache, Const ipation The premium list is now being printed in tne Messenger job rooms. It will be and Indigestion try Klectrie Bitters. very attractive and the most interesting Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money ever prepared by the fair company. refunded. Price 50 cts. and $1.00 jer After next week copies of it may be had bottle at K. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., upon application to the secretary of the and J. A. Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky. fair company in person or by mail. It is Go to Ci. W. Short and get a bottle of intended to have the best fair Owensboro "C. C. C. Certain Chill Curo," and if it is has ever seen and the start is being not the best remedy you have ever used taken in good time to accomplish the re- for Chills nnd Fever your money will be sult. refunded. lx-c1 much-needed ll pus-sag- o r l!!own Out In Sen In n Mont He Was Rea-eoTrout Shnrks After Seven Hays. It U soimlnf, rteaivtt, to feel you near When llfti with IU Borrow leemi I nl to bear; To feel, when I falter, the chup dlrlne Of your tender and trusting band In mine; Beautiful band! more dear to me Than the teoderest things of earth could he. Sometimes dearest, the world goet wrong, For God filres grief with his gift of song. And poicrty, tool but your Ioto U more To ms than riebca and golden store; Beautiful lorel until death shall part It U nil no as you are my own, sweetheart! F. L. Stanton. 1890 FRANK S.COOK, -- : :- GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is at ploawnt to the Tke InfaBt will tako it aad aevtr know it Is -e- diclaa. Calldrea cry tor It. Xever kill tff enre. Chills once broken will Hot retn- -i. nJ?,uJn)y half th8 PriM of other Chill Tonics. ho quinine needed. Ko psmtlve seeded. Contains no poison. Cheaper than quinine. It purifies the blood aad remove all malarial poison from the system, It is at large at any dollar toaio and RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. t tyrap. -- Uwte at lomoa allt Calculating the llalnfull. Tito placo is estimated by means 'of n very sintplo pieco of apparatus known as n rain gauge. Tiio most common form of rain gauge consists of a copper. funnel, tho area of tho mouth of which is accurately known. Tho rain collected in this funnel flows into a graduated measure, which can very oasily bo constructed by anyonooutof a small glass tumbler or beaker by pasting on its side a narrow strip of paper, carefully marked off into inches, half inches, quarters, eighths and sixteenths; or into inches, tenths and twentieths. Supposing that the area of tho mouth of the receiving funnel is five times that of the graduated measure, then a depth of flvo Inches in tho measure would represent a depth of one inch on nn area equal to that of the aperture of tho funnel. New York Telegram. INillteness In Netr York. quantity of tain falling at any KP"fHKNiil LUMBER, LA 1 HIS, lwfliHPliI wPtte 0Jft fiiMl WARRANTED SHINGLES, DOORS,'-- LK.ilB-ir1pv!.T7. VOK !21.mE9ll i Kt LilB SA, UY 1 r .v -- -- SHC &o 3LZNrDS mmEm W --E ixk. rmt, TrbB.i riru uud 1 lhrr 4vin ! inn Orot.'a Tut-l- l Cblll Toole. vm vleoMd wllh tho krt from f ou turnnm. Tho Io.l wn J.ll.blfl villi It. I lul er MM jmi Cblll Tonle to tome children h (Wleud tvortbood elKcUlrJ. totlif hblehroole chill, lor month) .it, ono of them t.r a tr.r, llhlo threo i .km mfvKinw CoaxiMTiLlB. Kt, Deo. it, 1884. $: fll2S cbaakt M I i with the Chill werii arVr "oole the were helc had heart, wllh red and roij lluudlluach.rm. W. .mi K. BT1.S0M, M. D. inu A - in J Estimates promptly made. SHi AJXT CLOVEItrORT, - - i. . -- -. - KY. L. D. ADDISON'S MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., Bi ADDISON, KY. I heard the other day of a delightful old country parson who came to New York ns the guest of a son who is successful in business here. The old gentleman did not go about alone after the first time, because he said it wrung his heart strings to hear tho tales of woo the beggars poured into his cars. Ho could no moro wavo a beggar aside than you or I could strike n child, nnd yet ho only grieved nt the pain their stories gave him, nnd at ids inability to solaco them all with money. When tho rampant newsboys tugged at his sleeves and yelled, "Hero-ye- r evening paper!" he bent over with studied politeness and said in Ids gentle voice: "l'vo got one already, thank you, Johnny." How tho little ruffians stared at that! Julian Ralph In Chatter. A School for LOUISVILLE, KY. 8Mciition tliis paper. HtiKMMnUMSMaMitmnnrwwwmrmwwrMBminp9MM0KBt What is Is the place to buy SEWTNO MACHINE fdr leu money than any other place In the country The machines I sell are equal to any that agents charge from $.15 to $50 for: I guarantee them to bo what I say or no trade. Agorits will lay the machine is no aocount, be csue the large difference in our nrlccif, but I figure on this as on everything I hiimllo, cut it as low as it can be out. "My Mutto" quick ' lalei nnd small profit. Two drawer droplcef Singe- - Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $18,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Ma- chlnoj, high arm, with alt attachments $111,50 Send mo a oheck or the monoy by register letter, and I will ship you a machlno to any part of the country. Heipectfully, L. D. ADDrsON, , o Addiaon, Ky. - K- - '. CASTORIA Citatorln Ib Dr. Saml Pltocr' eld, harmlon and qnloh enro for Infanta aad Children' Snperior to Castor OIL Paregoric- or Narootlo Syrups. Children cry for Castoria. Mil' ' " lions of Mothers Hon Caatoria. Single .StrapTrack Price, $17. I I JftK ( HARNESS. the l.Vad the following: Is Consumption Incurable?; Mr. ('. II. Mor- romiM-lluii- s T.lkml Iloaxt I'ig. ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with abxcvM of lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. IJegan taking Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third lwttle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the fluent medicine ever made." Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors- - Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at i. W. Short's, ClovcrjKrt, Ky.,aud J. A. Witt's, Hnrdiushurg, Ky. if The Times' Popularity Prize. The Louisville Times, prize of a $f00 set of furniture to the most popular clerk was won by Chas. K. Marshall, a salesman of Carter Ilros. it Co., who received !M,7l() votes. Chas. K. linger received 4:i,0:MJ, J. N. Smith :I,7S, Miss Virgin of Owensboro, .",.""" and Im McIIenry i:t,a4. The citizens of ancient Pompeii knew what was Kood. They relished roast pig. A family in that aristocratic city, one ol tho F. F. P.'s, ierhaps, were about tc dino on tho rich and succulent dish on tho very day that the restless Titan undei Mount Vesuvius expectorated from lilt fiery lungs the shower of red hot uslief which entombed the Pompciians in theii dwellings. Tho pig was being cooked, and was probably nearly dono at the time, when the tolcanic storm burst in nnd spoiled it. Thi3 is not a matter of conjecture, for n mass of indurated lava and ashes hat been found in a stew pan stnnding on a cooking Rtovo in tho kitchen of a disinterred house, and on opening tho lump u perfect mold of a suckling porker was uibclosed. A cast was taken of tho hollow and tho result was a in plaster of the little animal, which had been trussed in bcientljlo style, and is supposed, from tho shape-- of the matrix, to have been just ready for tho table. Chicago Herald. fac-siiui- Democracy. care often asked. "What is De-o- f h A . We reply in words inoeracy?" its had occasiou to cross Lake Saratoga, and earlcst and best expositor the Indians, who vero to row her across, 1. The people, the only source of lewarned her of tho danger that one rash gitimate )ower. word might bring; but of course, being 2. The absolute and lasting severance n white woman, slw was superior to nil of church and state, such superstitious notions. II, It was a calm, cloudless day, nnd the The freedom, sovereignty and incanoo sped like an arrow across the dependence of the respective states. smooth waters. Suddenly, when in tlio 'A. The union, a confederacy, a commiddle of tho lako, tho strong minded pact, neither n consolidation nor a cenwoman determined to prove to theso tralization. simple folk tho folly of their belief. So .r. The constitution of t'ie union, a sho llfted.upjier volco in nyild,cry that special written grant of jowers, limited woko every echo of tho hills. The Indians wero filled witli consternaand definite. tion. They uttered no word, .but, strain(I. The civil power paramount to the ing every nervo, rowed on.ln frowning ' . military power. silence. They reached tho shoro in 7. Thu representatives to obey the in-- . safety, and ,tlio woman triumphed; but btructioiis of his constituents, tho Mohawk chief looked Upon her in 8. Elections free nnd fUifTrago univcr-- scorn. "Tho Great Spirit merciful," he said; "hof knows that tho utilfp wosalt No hereditary olllce, nor order, nor man cannot, "hold her peaceV'-jYout- h's . !, Companion. r title. Merciful, Tho Indians believe that if the stillness over tho waters of a luko bo broken by any careless word tlio spirits of the place will be offended. In tho davs of tlm early settlers, we ore told, a whlto woman Slate In efpr. . All epicures are vory.particular about 11. No national deb'ts, if possible. their pepper nnd experience much y in obtaining a kind to suit them. 12, No costly splendor of adminls-- , Tho spice is so easily adulterated that trillion. '"iWr No proscription of opinion, nor of few It any manufacturer can withstand tlio temptation. 0 round slate is 0119 of public discussion. tho neatest pepper li No unnecessary interference with an open secret that adulterants, and it is a few years agoquito individual conduct, property, or cech. an oxtchsivo business was carried oij at 15. No favored classes, and no iiiono- - 1110 eiate quarry in eaco grinding and shipping slato Co Now York for the purposo of increasing tho pepper 1(1. No puhlicnioneys expended, ex cept by warrant of special appropriation. output. Biddeford Journal 17. Kb mysteries government Inac Scionco cannot produce n libtter remecessible to the public t'ye.V, dy for all malarial diseases than "0. C. C. Jr 1. Public compcnsationMoT puuic Certain Chill Cure," Pleakuiflo take. ..services; salaries modorato andnervad: Oaurantecd to euro Chills nnd Fever. 7 Sold by 0. W. Short. economy.-- T homn Jefferson. wants, . , dllll-cultvx-pre- ss ; 10, 2o taxation Mwyond the public Housemaid. Housemaids should bo taught that somo of the now scouring soaps, nnd especially that housewife's treasure, "conCastoria cures Colic, Constipation ; centrated lye," will takeoff paint or color "I recommend Castoria for children's Bour Stomach, PiurrlKea, Kructallon ; complaints, as superior to any prescription stains from floors and bath tub ledges. Give healthy sleep ; also aids digestion : known to me," II. A. Ancnsn, M. D., .iA BkUjniUUIUUi UTI.l.n... UU4WV1U ' .......i When wo get tho new high school after ff HUUU, Ill So. Oxford 8L, Brooklyn, N.Y. Miss Charlotte Pendleton's heart, all girls Tn CcMTAcn Courrr, 77 Murray St., New York. will be taught tho dctersivo effects of potash and strong soda. Until then you liad better caution tho housemaid, while putting tho indispensablo touches of the Coiu'Ci-iili- i .(SerllKln Chni'tH. lyo (potash) to cither bedstead slats or Clirlntenlns tho Duby. Every section of the country is subject My namo is Woodford, said W. C. closet corners, that it must not be dropped M11U. I was born in Woodford county, on stained boatds or painted surfaces, as to u periodical ml 1 by the Blick gentleit will leave bare or white spots when man with thendvertining chart, in which this state. After the excitement incithe stain is "scalded" oil by tho lye. ho will Hell the ndvcrlihorn choice position dent to an occasion, such as a birth tho Houso painters uso potash, in fact, to at from $.to $l0.uccordinjj tothocrcdul-it- y peoplo began to bother themselves about of the patron and the estimated size my name. Delegations called at tho clean off a surface that they are about to of Ida pookotboolf. Of theso charts, all house and wanted to know what I was paint anew. Philadelphia Ledger. the way from twenty-fiv- e to fifty, or octo bo dubbed. As I am reliably informed Good for the Lawyers. casionally one hundred, may bo scat- n day was sot for tho ceremony and peoUnder tho extradition treaty with Can-ad- a tered about. Sometimes they uro not plo cauics miles to seo me. My father almost any sort ot a criminal charge oven scattered about, but are printed informed them that ho had concluded to will cxtradito.and those planning offenses and disposed of in bulk', where they will call mo Woodford Mills. Ho referred to against tho law will bo obliged to take the never do any one any harm or good. tho solicitude- of his neighbors, and whilo A ciuo has recently ccme to onr attenadvice of a criminal lawyer. Indeed, tlio thnnking them said ho hoped the name treaty Is a good thing for tho lawyers, tion of one of these chart gentlemen, who ho had selected would bo satisfactory. and they will, no doubt, chargo a regular hail nu edition of two hundred of theso One of the crowd got tho floor nnd said cash ubsorbois printed, and whoso solicifeo for advising a criminal to go to MexWoodford was all right, but ho wanted ico instead of to Canada. Detroit Free tude for the gentlemen who had patrona middle name. Others followed in this ized him was so slight that ho did not strain, mid Anally my father yielded. Press. even "lift" the edition from tho office In Ho asked what it should be. Several A Diplomatic Answer. which it was printed. Tho oily gentleEditor (after a discussion about the man who manipulated the chart scheme names were suggested, but none suited. spelling of a word) Well, you wouldn't loft a copy with each manufacturer or Finally ono man asked: 'What is tho 'Woodford' for?" take my say so, but you hud to see firm represented thereon, collected his My father said it wan for bomo relative whether I was. wrong by. looking in the money, and skipped from town between of his. Tho man who had. asked the dictionary. two days. It was afterward learned that Reporter I did not look to seo if you he had pitmdhcd to bf.ue 0,000 copies question said he thought maybe it was in wero wrong, sir, but to see whether or and distribute them all over the stato. honor of the county. This suggested that a "C" bo stuck in after Woodford, not I was light. 'Epoch. Some (urns paid as high as $10 for a and that it stand for county. And that jinall space. He claimed to have- uetted Is my name Woodford County Mills. I'anlustlc Handwriting. about $lii) in hix days. Most of bis vicTho reason for so much commotion A little, Enghslgirj 4 years old writes tims, without doubt, were the manufacabout m birth nnd namo is found in the with her left bund, uud writes backward, turers who "did not believe in nows-pai- fact that I was the flrst'whito child born as characters are reflected in a mirror advertising." He did not catch a in Woodford countv. Chicago Tribune. from ordinary writing. Her friends have single retail dealer who was iosted ns to to read them bymeausof a looking glass. advertising and the mediums through Divided by n Cliullc Lino. Tho child was tauglitVritlug with a sis- which it pays to operate. There nro two young men in this city ter, but. would do tilings her own way, The advertising elmrt deal is only one who have roomed together for borne time with thojesult that she writes fluently of almost numberless devices resorted to past, but who now .don't speak ns they in this fantastic way. Montreal Star. by plausible but indolent fellows, who pass by'. Thcro never was any warm llnd it easier to skip about tho country friendship between them,"tlie!r tastes and Goods for Children's Ilrrue. TJiero arc pretty flannels in tho market working up schemes of this kind than to habits being very dissimilar, but they that retail at twenty-fiv- e cents, wash settle down to any legitimato lino of roomed together fpr reasons of economy. like linen, and make very serviceable work. The merchant or manufacturer Upon taking tho room it was divided intc dresses for children. It is not necessary who puts his money into tin advertising two equal portions by drawing a chalk to buy dull grays. Tho cream grounds chart could usually save valuable tme lino across the floor, each agreeing tc striped Ywith rose, lilac, orango or brown and secure the same results by thrusting confluo himself to his own half of the the fame amount of hard cash his room. They soon got used to this and arp so, much uioro suitable for baby year office stove. The result would into prelie and Keep clean quite a long time. Now cisely the Htino his money would, be when, in tho course of time, tho chall York World. gone without any compensating return. mark became obliterated, it was not necessary to renew it, so accustomed had Wuterslied of Hie I'Ule. It 'Was No Mhu's Land. they becomo to keeping within their re"This flno farm," remarked Cuuibo, as The watershed drained by the Plate it spective bounds. ho showed a friend nroupd tho suburbs, estimated to represent an area of 1,500,00( All went well until ono Sunday, when "is a 6ort of no mau's Jand.'1 square miles, tho largest in tlio woild, a visitor called on ono of tho young men. "Why, it looks ns though it had an with tho exception of the Amnzon, nnd Tho other one wns out, and tho visitor owner." possibly also of the Congo, tho area oi knowing nothing about tho division ol "So it has; but tho owner is n w Idoiv." which lias never been even approximately) tho room, seated himself in tho portion Judge. belonging to tho nbsent man. When the estimated. Tho Parana contributes an outflow ol latter returned and found him thero h A Happy I'rovlnlon of Mature. 41,000,000 and tho Uruguay ono of 11,. gruffly ordcrod 1dm to goto his.friend'i Mrs. Littlun Qlt, "who can tell what 000,000 cubic feet n minute, the PlaU side of tho chamber. Then tho fires ol a baby thinks?" having a volumo of 62,000,000 cubic feet, hatred which had smoldered eo long Mr. Littlun It's well for decent ears as broko fight that tho baby can't when it's teething zoncompared with 03,000,000 for the Ama ensuedout, and n tho twb room and 04,000,000 for tho Mississippi. between mates, or being dosed. Puck. La Plata takes its name from sllver,,bul with tho result that thoy now occupj it has n tawny hue'. Export and Finapco. eeparato apartments. Washington Star, I the Now York Water Supply T IndignantOuest Walter, I havedrank A Handsome Cluck. A Curious IHrtliuutrk. flvo glasses of water waiting for that Ono of tho most beautiful and costh Joseph II. Rothcrinan, a carpenter, rebeefsteak. When nm I going to get it? clocks over mado waa sent many yean siding at Conuellsvllle, Pa., has a cresWalter In about four glasses more. cent shaped birthmark on tho back of ago by the East India company as n gifl Texas Sifting. his neck, which has aroused considernbli to tho Emperor of China. Tho coso wai curiosity in that vicinity. When the made in tho form of a chariot, in which Klectrlo 5lMtcliboze. thq flguro of a woman, with A novelty that is on tho market is nn moon is now Itotbcrman's mark is hard was seated ly noticeable, but as Luna turns tho first her right baud resting on tho top of t electric mutchbox, which strikes u lightplaced in the side ed wick in a little vessel of perfumed oil quarter it begins to turn red nnd swell. tiny clock, which wns Somo of tho wheels thai By tho time of full moon it lias swelled of the carriage. whenever it is open, nnd is said to coninto a horn llkoroll over two inches in moved tho clock wero concealed in the tain 100 lights before it must be replenthlcknes3. As tho moon wanes tho mark body of a bird that had seemingly alightished. It is no larger than tho ordinary decreases in slzo and color until it again ed upon tho Jady'B finger. Over her head Bilver matchboxes which are fashionable nt the present time. I saw ouo in ihe becomes n bluish, crescent shaped mark, was an umbrella that concealed a silvci hardly raised abovo tho skin. St. Louis bell. This, although it Bccmcd to have hands of E. Q. AVoodford, tho American no connection with tho timepiece, struck who has returned from 6cven years of Republic. tho hours, and t could bo mado to repeal exploration In Africa and who was as A Liberal Citizen. by touching n diamond button fixed betickled with it as n boy with his first Musician Beg pardon, r, but I'm low thq dial of tho clock. At the feet oi lnir of boots. around collecting subscriptions to buy tho lady's flguro was a golden dog, and ic "Many is tho time," said he, ".that wa hare talked about the possibility of such tho villago baud new instruments. The front of her were two birds that wen apparently Hying before tho chariot, a matchbox out in tho wilds of Africa. old ones nro .nearly useless. Suburban Resident Is it tho instruThis exquisite clock, with all its neces I always carried wax matches out there, because I could etrlko them in any galo mentss, that's the mattar with that band! sary parts, was mado of gold, and wm "Y-c-most cluborulely ornamented with presir." of wind. But onco put of matches a "Great Wagnorl Why didn't you say. vious stones. Jewelers' Circular. fellow was pretty badly off. Tho natives mako flro by rubbing dry slicks together, so before? I'll order a new set for you , BcouuHjy, ' New York. Weekly, but they know what wood to select. 1 )' Friend Ieavlng th olce with' the s remember ono night when wo wero, talk-in- g r say, old man, you didn't loek Tempting about such a matchbox as this, (hat your safe. tliDue fresh laid I dectyral It was wortji a million pounda soGrocertheDon't put Broker No; 1 never do. It eeet O0, stove. near to the inventor, and I will not""takolt and I don't want burglars to spoil it for Clerk What's the matter, sir? bock now that I hare got one," New the littk I've got in it. Cbattor. Grocer Tliey ratght hatch. Judge, or rough-and-tumbbee-ker- Oo.pJt. best. SAYE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. VKKV The Leather, Workmanship anil I'lnlsli are ' JwjjLvoijii L l We can sell you Harness at from $6.00 up Road Carts from $9.50 up SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 111 W "t" flrw. KM I iv 1 1 B' H Bj A0ME MANUPAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. GO. 't The H. W. HERNDON CO., Produce & Qen'ral Goiniiil'ii DiN3of.-Ta:s-JNo. , ,s . 1 144 Third St., Louisville, Ky. W ' m ' S "f'59 wl Mi The Finest on Earth. 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