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KENTUCKY WEDNESDA1 l.io inontimtint nk.cnao, were taken up and pluccdjjn the le.Cii.tti't'Xatlonal cemetery, whuro they thn gallant JtunJ who fell In a lie sTTnllnrlwiiy ou,.tho J.lttlfa Rig Ilorii, inj (U"l Jipy $ TT J f -- MW. . V 1890. NO. 52. 4 oj "lif A3STTEH' 4fVi 4 it CHICKEN J Tu iMIr days aro long;, the hours are sad, none lo make rue glad; 4 Ibr Bind moans sad and low, nd lills ray soul with bitter woe. d there yillfe fTdsrkmy home Is dear, here's none to love me none to cheer, et hope still lingers In my heart, That one day welll.meet to never part. i f think of all that ulehtttara been. Had she Leen'sparS, uyjtearoH friend? Now my way, I must traverse alone, With l o le to cli In mo as thela own. XZ.M m the sky rt far away, I look And wonder If up there 'lis alawys day; And If up In that great unknown, I'll ever see and know my own. up-o- n r i ; godlwliltglve me light, t m. P i dollars worth of And If I loin upon his breart, thickens die every year from Choi ui'll sooth'my spirit into, ret, c ra. It is more fatal to chickens tha i !H K U 5 f Addle all oilier diseases combined. But th "discovery of a remedy that osiive. FKTTERMAN'S FIGHT. cures it has been made, and to be coj vinced of its efficacy onjy requires MM t trial A i is enoiiRhlfi one hundredr chickens.11 isgu, THMASSACRE Hllf KEAnNY,DAl KOTA. FORT anteed If, after usincr tWotrHrds a bottle, the buyer is honiiorofigrf Col. rcitnrmnn Volniuccrn to Iltinil u no Cholera, return itjto theriilersigr llrf rHrTyStlrrliiBciiu' In tlif 'tlirnil- V uuu your money win oe retunded . t'llCll "Fort Thu llellef" Party Ambiilitl Thousands of To cheer my soul In deepest right. li &4W5 wi For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, FLEASaFIT TOTA0 by the SIouk HiuYsiiiuffUtor'dd'to H'.BIiui (Copj rlsht by American Ifros AsvH'latlon.) 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Thu nuiRSftcrc, which wiw onoof tliomost heartrending in all, border unn.-ihi- , whs by the blooly Sioux under Ited Leaf, it Hubonlinate chief to lied Cloud. The troops wore commanded by Lieut. Col. W. J. Kettermaii, Khutventb United States infuntry. Xot a white man escaped, and thuMUfry of the IlLrlit could only Ijo tjleimttl from theniu;ha found on the spot after It was over. Llkollu- - l.ittio Ilia Horn rnxsKiicrc, where Custer felt, thu Fort Phil Iveurny massacre took place in a valley, out of night of than ItHrkHocliitlotiM. Thb nrcseht r. vuer U a stnmtrcr, and kninvH notliluK of thu I'.itt le tlnit took pluct! Dec. SI, ISO), and tlu of the botllcoof the itiuwuicrvil to ili8tunt iiuUonnl cuiuctcry (Cus tcr Ihittluficld). has tk.stroyctl the last murk of the conflict. Such l wnrfure on thu plniiiH, nnd the f.itu of the heroes of to bo it 'Iuiikc Into obIndhin fiu;htM .ol-dlos products irthtr any chance collision npcetntorw.- - FINS SHOW G1SES. 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LOUISVILLE, $1.25 PER GALLON w. .,.. tfjtog. Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Points, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. CLOVERPORT, KY. ,l, HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR For 30 Years a Success. Head UiuTt)loiijr thou T1IY IT for YoHrolf. Prnjirieton Itavt Many Uttert (tin licet BETTER THAN QUININE. Mr. M. M. Keteron. DLj.sy Co,,, Ark.,say.: "lean certify to the that lluguu' lonio i mo tnnli I ever tried. I comlder irbettBrf than q'llulno." CURES CHRONIC CASE3. . JSIrU. W. MoDpnald, Liuret 1III1 for viu. rlta4 "Your UUKhei' Tonloyet, chilli and fever hat neyor failed chro-nl- a nnd I hve oU It to a numbor of cases. It euros them every tluo the relief detuehmutit n;tur,il to the fort bearing tlu terrible news. Some of tho skiriuK'.i'.M's had gone near enough to the slaughtered Uind to discover Fettcrmun's body lying aiming hi men. lie had led aud had f.illuti at his l niornlng Col. Carrlngton The with marched toward the of eighty men. The Indians had gone ami he found the Held Just iis'It hud appeared the day before to the troop": when thu.Inuimia were imrptlltetljio tokon from a distance. The fighting had taken placo along n trail whch descended a ridge into the valley from ?no way 01 tne ion nnu as cvtided oil the opposite bide. Dodk-- of sqt-- j tilers unit or norsiii were louuu in iiiu valley above nud lxlnw the ro'idwity, utid It was philu that thoflghtlug hadeommunccd on the farthest hillside where, the surgeon had seen thu command on tho eve of battle. met by u strong Here Fottoriilaii hml p.trty of Sioux warriors, imd luimediatoly other hands hud moved in along the valley from both directions t,, thu road in his rear, ami had ho lumined him In completely. Turning, he, had nttomplisl Uicutliia way back uosig tho l to the fort, losing men nt every stop, and making a death t!iitd with it few folio worn fur un thu side 'nf tho vnll.-- nearest thu fort. Hore, among four liuge rocKs, wery lie.ipea many ooiuea of rohrii:r8,aiid Futtcrinan lay upon thorn, Vlth a shot through his temple, dipt, llrowii,, commanding the cavalry, lay near him, shot hi the same manner, ittul It who stiYmlHod tit thu tlmo tii at, they Itml Jwii thelaHt toillonnil Jmd killed each ..other to wivo thomsclvcu from Indian mi. ewmesmall AdfiuvtAt of fthr bayullalile t'lrtii'ru. Tit'' IkmIU-- j of tho victims IfoJp., T sabjlsfs, omcur,;hd men hud l.etn mutilated by tho fiendish Sioux WhllB'tkBpiiipaBuml)rD4evtintyninu. In h iilaiimjr that tluAed description. Nyes, r mt . .- . Kotli tiud'r4tuJii"Jiad eeii lorn from their .A tK m-.xude-tauhmcU-ey ro-uhr-ivJ erful. Civilization watt pushing on across Montana and Wyoming, making highways through tho haunts of tho black bear, the antelope and the buffalo, which Red Cloud'x Imndx claimed as their hunting grounds. The government held that the toirltory belonged- - to the friendly Crown, and when Rej Cloud ordered the cttlcri (Hid the troo;s to leavo or t'ike the conse(iicui.T's Huvcrnl torts wore Itiiilt to protect n ronte througii centr.il Dakota and southern Montuil.i. Fort Phil Kcjr-ny- , in D.i at the .crossing of Plnoy kota, wiw ono of theso. Tho po&U were fur apart, and had no relation to one another Hi 'c.tse of a for the purposes of heavy attack. Thu g'ai'rlsou of I'Vrt PIill Kearny w;u about Ai.) strong, imd" consisted of five compunit-- of thu Klghtoeuth Infantry and one of the Secoud chivalry. Col. Henry U. Carrlngton, of the Eighteenth, commanded thu district aud had hta headquarters at Fort Phil Kearny, where Jol. Fcttcrmau won second in command., Skirmishing and lighting had been going on for moutbH in thu whole region and the posts, were vi tually In a state of sclge. It wan wllh dlfllculty Unit supply trains con 1I bu piloted through to thu forts. The quly dependence of the troojw upon the surrounding country was lor wixxi jor uiui and for building puriioues, nnd at Fort Phil Kearny this had to be hauled about four mile. On thu morning of December 21 the wood train, while on the way to the timber lot, was halted by n band of savages and went Into position for defense- - The pickets, who occupied elevated places around the fort, soon BignaleJ (Luiger and the garrison was at' onco lu a state of alarm. Col. Carrlngton aud others hail families, nt ttho fort.iaud soma littlu ones who wcru playing oubjlde of thu stockade read thu tcrrlblu nows told by the signal Hag and ran in to their mot hora crying out, soldlor'a heart "Indians! Indians!" thrilled anew with tho resolution to stand between tho helplcieTMes looking to thorn for protection and tlnTcruul red men whose hearts knew no mcre for ago or pux. Tho garrison was already weakened by skirmishing parties Unit vcro outside nnd by u guard which w:ts with tho wood train Col. Carrlugtou ordered another' dutac.li-men- t to prppuro to inovooutiind ifsciu- - the trulu, and at tho same time gave lustnic tlous for Ute reptalnlng troow i f tho garrison to defend thu fort In ca.su of u general attack. Tio detachment consUteJ of one company of the Klghteentli lif.Mitry, couiaiuuded hv FuUoiunau: Cant. F s s geance. The muHsacrt) occurred just ut tho close of the civil war, when tho nation's atrCngth hud leen tuxed to the utmost and thu I milium had buen left pretty much to themselves, to becohio Insolent and pow- man's cucroachmeut wils the old story of the white The"causo of the and ravage ven- urged upon them the duty of watcluu::ie-- i and coolness. Every cmploye.servnnl. wo man and loy was provided wlthjWc,;rruBefore giving tho wonl of command, to tho llttledctachmentunoil wlu)MI 'ttlUeyes restedCol. Carrlngton)fhor liuv Ing yet designated a leader for the party, : .coolly handed his revolver to hU.wlfe. who I stood confidingly beside him, and s.ild: "If the worst cornea to worst do nut allow yourself to betaken prisoner, but kill your , , self rn.f. jr than be gaptured." Xfiis gave notice mr.t uhj, cuu;iiinuiuuiy ttBnaedtoieautueioriornBUCCoriugpariy, hllfieelf. Fetterman, who3 amoJXva jjC synonym 'for high courngcVwas stalnllng' .dt' tmsslvo in his ilacoucarlilsBuperIor,a lng oidere, and when this startling speech was finished he saluted tho commander, nod glrluclng from the gentle, cllnglng'w If to her gallant husband aud thus thu llttlo band gathered to follow him on this urrandof almost certalu disaster, spoke wltJuioldlQrly couftesy and energy this verylloglcaj protest" "Col. Carrlnstonftho garrison of which vounrt commander Is not going out entire, but only n detachment, and I, v j buoond in command, to you and as senior ofllccr after ypuj respectfully claim mrlgjit ibe-Mthis time." The appeal was Irresistible, nnd it re moved all excuso for tho colouelVseparu-tiofrom hi.s family. Should tie 'refuse Fettcniuin'H rciiucst to lead the party it 'wAulii'lxnn Impeocumeut of that officer's , and should he iicrmlt Fettt-rniahimself accoin- to.letfd nnd-yc- t iKiny the troops It would throw n doubt e. The upbn thVTihilltyof-hls-Buljordlnntorder wiw given aud the party marched out of thq htockado under Fettermatu Inspired by tm Incident, Lieut. Orummond, of the Kighteenth regiment, and two or three civilians volunteered to go along. Once outside of tho fort Fcttcrman dashed on toward the scene where tho wood train guard were now fighting with savages. On the bare knolls all around and in the openings lu the forest Indians could bu nean swarming aud watching the In a very short aetlcus of t.'pie thu command hud passed over a ridge,-hidinIt from view from tho fort. It wan discovered ut this time that there Wfia no medical ofllcer with Fettorman'H baud, and n surgeon went out promptly In thu direction of attack. He passed out of sight of the fort, and after n time returned H..-reported that the troops were drawn up u;i it riilgu Injyoud h valley with Indians rm'urtilng upon all sides of them, n ft i-- being between the detachment nnd thu fort tiat he, the surgeon, could not get thiougi allvo. That was tho last report fiom Kfttermmi aud his men, except til- -' xoiiiui of the battle that readied Fort Phil Kearny. In a few inliititcH after the surgeon's very sharp nt first and firing growing heavier, but receding gradually, as though the Indian were giving way. Soon the firing died away almost entirely; then It was reticwed with extra fury, ending in several regular nnd determined volleys. The followed in odd shot or two and siluueo fell over tha whole Held. Meanwhile a xcroud detachment had left Fetterinan. It reached tho fori to the ridge that hid thu battlefield from the vew of tle fort, and found the valley beyond filled With Sioux warriors who challenged thu troops to advunce. It was from this point that the sounds of firing had come, uud yet Felterniun'n Iwnd was not in sight. The relief party advanced and the ludiunrwklriivUlwnW'ieoded1 and in, the low uud Hccreteil portions of the Yftlley lay the massacred, uiau aud horbe all dead. As soon as the spectacle- - had told its horrible story to the comrades of the brave men, still wuiim nud weltering In their blood, the Slo .x moved forward over the ilehl again v.itli overwhelming numbers, nud ''For-wa-nl.n iwellfkii-iwibraYeryre-tit-ni the bricc e oT MiwT7t5llip wood train. fcelie ifilrri.to the fortV' but It lutalbeeniulalmoi lliat U01. Warrington iwice cauuuuuu mm IntilenUill not to go beyoud the first him from the fort, ihlgu which would Tho train, luitjver,,wiiH far buyond that and was oucbr.ipassed'wltli savages. To havj halted wlthodfiittemptlngtoctoss the valley mid succor tliu train would have been cowardly?Tt go forward and do the duty unsigned meant light at any liKiard, nud tKo brave commander who hnd volunteered the leadership cliose the la iter. ii GKi'Kllli h. K 1.1! Kit hl-l- wd 1 ;aud tivoiwomoii boarded first was an eldcrlyiwommu xii'jwhfit fpjsule. Tho second wan younjer. Btnnly and as givsnivo looking-- . t iigj imi'tfof "J arose from IiIh Beat, tuul It was onnelreet car bound tip town it nbouttlio tiinojwlien tlio men nnd (votnui who frvorit! iff tlur great tlown town hivrrof buainosa for tho lntttcr part or tho day aro hurrying' homo, livery seat was occupied when tho car stopK'd A Ntliiglnir ltebuke. army bclTig stlfi furtlicr away I'.iuti tlio Confederates, and !onlsvi:'.e ut the mercy 'A sailor-soldier-I of Invading hurtles. Some days after Davis had been 51 ' to him: Installed s!n his work Nelson said ' ff pj THEtENEnCY "Well, Davis, how are you getting on K with your commandf" "I don't know!" answered) Davis. "How many regiments have you organized?" continued Nelson, not noticing the A Nut ul Otllcer. Ho Voluntcon on Land itiul ll.;ti Hold Krnturky Ilia Work flippant manner of his subordinate. "I don't know," repeated Duvin. ut Hlil ltli uud In llracR'. Iiivunlon A "How many companies have youV'nsked Nelson, to which Davis replied lu the same Mk.lyr lu DUrlpline. heedless tunc, "I don't know.'' 'VpyilKht by American l'rcas Afwociatlon. "But you should know," said Xelsou risHKRKwas no epi- ing from his scat. "I am disappointed In sode of tho civil you, Gen. Davis; I selected uu for the war more (Hurt- work liecattse you aro an ofllccr of the regling or more tragic ular army, tu.t I see I have tnado a misthan the killing of take." (Jen. William Xel-soDavis now arose excitedly nnd said: of the Union "Gen. Nelson, am a regular soldier and I army, by, his fel demand the treatment flue to me an a gen- GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for STT" H UNTtGEfwilILlA?EIf1i Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Pine & Poplar Shingle,? l mJBw Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring Orders acwnvfl kept on hand. companied by cash promptly tilled. 1 . Jeff, low soldier, Uen. C. Davis, at the (iait house. eral ofllccr." iVJalooki touching his tiritUlo fx ia' hat asked tho elderly lady to bo rented. Befoo nlie could bit down, however, tho younger woman pit '.1 J her tisldo and "lci-self- . gat do;wn x .sere was no o:i in tlio ear wmbrrnoTTHuy.v"tiat tliemuTi' who laid given' up ills sLut intended it for tho older woman, tni'd the action of tho younger one astonished everybody, for a moment. Then half a dozen seats wero vacated and tho elderly woman took ono of them Tho lunn who hnfl first given up his seat raised his lint to tho woman who had taken the placo not intended for her and said in a voico that could bo heard throughout tho car: ''Madam, I bellovo yon to bo among" that class of women who nro always complaining of man's lack of courtesy toward women. You will pardon ino if I say that you aro also ono of that clii3J of Women who tompt Then lie men to bo discourteous." calmly proceeded to read his evening paper. An audible snicker ran through the car and ono woman whispered to another: "Served her right.'1 Tho woman flushed nnd looked straight before her, paying no attention. Sho stood tho lookf-othe other pnshengers for fully half a dozen block's. Then she signaled tho conductor and, looking neither to the right nor tho left, swept out of the car. A man who had curiosity enough to alsc leavo tho car at tho samo place and watch her saw her board tho next uptown cur that enmo along. Tho rebuke had had its effect. Now York Mail and Express. W nvc V Vl. M "' .. .. iTl t A ' ( A J . . .r- -sxiiv- $i . Vss." 1 .M f..-Va'Ij- i: Ww 1aT J "" T '" AMIIL'SIIl.t) IN TIIK VAt.Lt:V. fl ",u", HP- - t ki : for PRC?$1.0D MW Tonic and UkeVoOthir PEF( BOTTLE. : 6muSi:e, 50,CEhTS. ROBINSON . - PETTET COij k TouUvlUo, ICy. ' For Sale by Druggl'! l'RKPiBKD ur isr.iS4Hf "I n - to give them ghastly proiniiieuei, (Jihi lw;y coiilalueil 600 Tjvt atrQCltles, far from injuring itkcVde ji wore an unwitting tribute to tlwjr IiaW, lW')flfc1 shqwed that tht eHsHriict(Vute:u of thn soldier lira hud froUsii thu ova bcanimch a to thu highest pltph, 'ITvprH Vm ti'3 Indm:i bodlei on tho Utttileldbut pools of dark blood till uUng tho .YHfloy uud un he hillsides showed dura the trettttliorouii tiioiix wt lloi-- htut blutl under the bullet of their brave hut i)iifortnuute focmen. It was tho attibol1ovur again that had i'.oiik iI:k fatal VMirl.. biil'thewilVsavitu had paid heavily Ktiinr HtghtJfTiliiwjtn ar-ro, ioektx,ninplrully plaoed ni'oiind uion PiiS s' 5L Vr1 f tqrw siangHin.Hi souiiBrs were ouriuu iMiHrUw. field, WwJr efneen among, tliujn. ItailHW be irwm.' oAtchik or Jvrlu wm wmunitw tli lA !iMiS)ttmjit,Wiw'wc(ted and a fouee was pud tiM littlu' wmotery, Twtity slitlit.l.As'wo-c ranee mm Deen wihm .' "Mr (! on Out m'ytwi-rWi ! '" 4itfEv ; 'T t BirriiKteTt .ft SHU v K'y-H'' w jtUtnMf e) W ',''' . iwlliboilii - IUiBu!e.Uwy fciniM, " ., might have lived vetitursotue to round out his career by brilliant leadership during the country's perils. The headquarters at Ixmisvlllu were in tho Gait house, and there Davis and Xelson would bo curtain toeorio Into collision. On thu morning of Sept. "J Nelson pussed from tho breakfast room to tho main hall of the hotel, stepped to the clerk's desk and 'asked u question and turned about and leaned upou thu railing of the counter to await the urrlval of Gen. Buoll. In turning hu faced un assembly of people, inllitury and civilians, among thorn Govgciier..l ernor O. P. Morton, of Indiana, and Gen. Is wittl tiiiitit lis after Shlloh tho Union Davis, who was In' Morton's company. ol I'll' west wtus compelled to retrace ar:,'y Davis weut toward Xelson and charged its ste;;s and go to t hu defense of Kentucky. him with having Insulted him nt their last I h'j was NeNin's native state, and it was meeting. Xelson told him to go away, but owing tint .1 little to his elo!tietico, Influ- Instead, o Ideutly counting upon tho moral ence and energy that the sentiment of se- support of his friend Morton, he pressed cession had been repressed ttoruin 1801 nnd up and rcuowed the demand for satisfacA C'litiiromb ut Kortolt. Kentucky retained In the Union. Nelson tion. Xelson, using an epithet of contempt, few days 1130 an interesting cataA received orders to repair to Kentucky, take agaiu ordered him away, adding, "I don't comb was discovered at Kcrtch, in tho cot.i.uand 11111I organize ugalnst Morgan, neighborhood of tho Tiihtnr quarter. l'oiii'.-.t-, lliagg, Kirby Smith and Hum- wtmtnnythlng to do with you." During this cxciteuiont Davis had been nervously Tho cntajjomVin! question, lies about fifph Marshall who with separate twisting nnd rolling ono of the hotel curds feet'-tnde- r 1 i j dividtlio surface an teen were pressing in from In his hand, end drawing near to Xelson he ed into throU couipartino:its. It U deco- dilTttli'ul directions The lieadidarters shot it Into his face with a sharp snap of IJirly lu September the thumb. This was met by a backhanded rated with frescoes! representing Hermes was in Louisville. surrounded by winged genii and also Fr.inklovi. lA!lngton itud tlio whole "Bluo slap on the face by Nelson with the demand withbcenos taken from domestic life. Gimss'' region wetu in tho possession of the luUircbsctt to Morton, "Did you come here, Morgan's daring riders me iusultedr" ir, to The most interesting discoyory of all Confederates and the outskirts of Cincinwire plckillng 011 "No, Bir," replied Morton, nnd Nelson Was an inscription, part of which forcN nati walked away toward his room on the office ibly reminds tho rpader of tho ono over of tho Union army A new Shakespeuro's ashes. It runs, "Sorak, had I veil cuut-sl- . with Gen. II. G. Wright floor. Davis turned to one of his companions us Nelson's superior. Wright and asked for 11 pistol. Ills frlond had yho never threw away tho bono of tho in tit Clt.cltiuutl, leaving Nelson to none, but soon borrowed onu and handed It poor, has raised for himself this sanctu irtr1f that his link to 1mii.l.le, thepolut toward which to Davis. Nelson, meanwhllo had gouo as aryft antV nl'iitt- a nil bones .ton not robbed "and defiled." the heaviest columns of the enemy were far us the door of bin room, but falling to Klrby Smith. This mUttratiou to posterity 1ms been pirslug under ltragg and rived, In such enter had turned buck along a corridor Iliifll's army !.;id not yet ur effect, for tho catacomb was al- a') hour k!ii fiery energy of Nelson burned running off from the main hall, and was without distant a fewfeet from the latter ut the ready found to have been plundered. foot of a staircase leading to Gun. Duoll's Exchango. room on thu second floor. Ho did not live to explain his motive, but It Is probuble Chirac"' Wealthy Spinster. that he hud determined not to fight with Tho wealthiest young lady in Chicago, Davis and was on his way to repot t the now that Anita McCormick litis joined clrciitnstnucu to his uhluf. Hu reached the thu raulcs of thu matrons, is His Beshie staircase, approaching It from tho opposite Ross, daughter of Dr. C. It. lions and direction, and was about to turu aud when Davis came rushing Into the granddaughter of tho 1.1 teTuthillKing. corridor from thu main hull, pistol in hand, whoso viist fortuno eho i lherited through and stood face to face with Nelson ut the her mother, Miss Ross is a pretty pink foot of the statrs. The latter mado nc hosand whito littlo creaturd , with bhiooyes,. tile movement, but Davis fired ,a shot and yellow hair hud a delightful English uc Xelson kept on upstairs. Ho reached the cenfj-whlcsho received On tho Conti second floor, uud about halt way between nent rohu nftor her gpid nation. Sho the landing nnd Buell's room ho fell. weighs nbout 170 pounds, but her prosSeveral sjicctators who saw tho shooting pects nro oven heavier, imd solid gold. followed Xelson up btalrs, und when ho tell they lifted him to the nearest room. bxcnaugOi Among these wus tho well knowu Ml.t'rlcM of KxtililKltt-iu-M-. Geti. Thomas L. Crittuiideti, who Miss Downton Where aro you going knelt over thu stricken soldlur und saldt "Xelson, are you badly hurtf" this hummer? "Tom, I am murdered," was tho answers Miss Upton To Frogtown, Now JerSuliscqucutly hu asked to Im buptlxed, and sey. within nn hour uf t r tho shootlug thu "Mercy! That's a horrid placo: nothsoldlur was dead. Tho ball had ing but swamps and mosquitoes," pierced thu heart, or vury near It, and "I know it; but all tho pretty resorts though small hml done a fatal work. aro filled up nowadays by tho common $1 passed awiiy In his prltucrho was 87 MAJ. UKX. WILLIAM KKLBON. lrd, you know." New York Weekly. It brightest, nnd he set to work to organ-Ix- e au American who mlght1'uve fairly rivaled hs groat K.igltsh naimuaku lu winfor local defense. There was not n moA New ork flr, ning tho highest martial glory. t KHinrlit. GEOitoE U Kiuicn, Miss Anno IJiMVBtei'.'ii sociotygirl of ment In lose utid un tliirj to stand on coro-niiiI Nelson was just , an thu man to do Now ork, who ctu-- 0 0l,t to visit her ill uud to tlire all In an hour so full of Go to G. W.liort and get u bottlo of brother-lu-law- r Hocrelaty rteamy, has start lludiivelopiueuts. One of tlieofllccni 4,t. 0. 0. Certain Chill Cure," and if it is gone on a pleasure trip to Siu-going t'tilil .wii fret Wright's huaihiitaitrs to from Nagasaki to VladivostockS. It Is tenr ii.t'br XfUoti was the Indiana sol- - not tho best remedy you have over used the first caso known of a young Ameil .lie:-- . I !i Jill' i" Daxls. wlui liml vnini. for Chills und Fever your mouoy will bo icnu muy going to tlio btberiun frontier tuno.l,rfore loft tlio Held on ale!, leave, lie refunded.. except for' missionary) vorlc Tokio vbltjittc'Jretl for tho cmergoncy, rejiorted to (Japau) Lcttpr, Xelwm uud wiw.lutrtisttvl, with the organl Havojour Job work done at this oflleo z.itlnn of voluutjer Hjdlers to defend It. Rj a critical time, Buell's in the latest, ntyuiajul designs. nhjcribo for the BreckkxiiIikic News. sailor-soldie-r M-rem-tluod h Duluty Sullur Huts. Tho sailor hats will be worn for outiug purposes more than ever, and thoso provided for the wife nnd daughters of the Prince of Wales aro sinmlo enough to bo copied by tho sweet girls of our own country, They nro muTlo'of lightweight whito sergo, have a head band of oiled silk, nnd nro bimply trimmed with a sergo ribbon and im enameled bncklo of another pattern. An inch, or oven a half inch dilfcrcuco in tho height of tho crown or tho width of the brim makes all the difference in tho world ns to the hat snit-ii.g- r. yo.ir own especial face, and will well repay the thought and enro thus bestowed. While many persona contend that they aro from their himplo outlines becoming to nearly ovory one. tho general verdict is that they tiro not for thu woman with a big nose, with ugly ears or with a heavy lower faoo, aud tho woman with just then! featuresthat ta, tho big nose and thb heavy lower faco is very apt to bo juhC tho bort of woman who cares but littlo for tho frivolities of lifo, and who yearns for just that simple form of head, wear. Too bad that sho may not her liking, but if sho does it only makes her look absurd, Chicago Jour nal. niomcut until they iIm Ilk.- I'lottiitaliis in the pathway. This every act of his In iti llty hl e.itei-- In llitell's Army of the Ohio, and It was tht ,. to the extreme In a crisis whl It certainly called for extreme. , which led to the fatal affair with miMsiiu-"lib. broil, ( - soldier. When Knell's army was on the way from Xiishxtlle. to unite with thu remainder uf Hi iltvk's command on the Tennessee liver before the b.ittluof Shlloh, the bHdgo over Duck river was in flames and the stieam was at a flood. Sonic time was bridges, and, although lobt lu two were nearly completed when the waters began to fall, Nelson put his lixislou over by fording just tin soon as his nn.ni.-ougain a footing. In tills way he gained I hu advance uf Knell's column, utid the Mi'tiu i;n;it tuoslty carried his division to tin fit Id of ImIIoIi on the afternoon of the first diiy uf t'.e battle, April 0, in ro- npousu to Grunt's I'ppcul to come and "stive the day to lis." XcImiii, while marching to the rendezvous nt Snwiutiah, nine miles from Grant's before, received word from camp, Grant that he tiietl not hasten his march, because there weie no vessels nt hand to put him across Hie Tennessee. Xcvertlio-less- , he had promised to lie at Savannah on Sunday nan uliig; Halleek had a right to expect him there at that time If ho needed him, and he took no advantage of the leeuny gic, but pushed oil, making a lie;,v march of ninety miles in less than six tlayj, reaching Savannah 011 Saturday 'veiling, the "th. Gen. Grant visited the camp uud told Nelson that he would send boats to Sav.iiiuah early the following wisik and bring tho division to his own '.'amp at I'itt.sbtirg landing. Grant was acting us second hi command to Halleek, who had nut yet arrived. Rut on Sunday moriilnj tne soiiud of firing reached Xel-sonnd It ciime from Grant's nt tamp en I he ilver, nine tulles above. The tllsuuue h) lantiwas iiiiiiethan ninu miles; the I'M.' v.i't-i- ' iiimeiottn and interwoven, and .v i - tl 1 Hoods had washed away the g.ildi' narks and wipetl out the paths i'l many plac.'. To move artillery on these rouU'H .irild in-- impossible, but Nelson set iilii llifiiiitr) in motion, got the liest guides the reclou niriiided and hastened on the scene if actii11 A forced march brought him to tin ii'"i o;ipslte tho battle Held uiid,liis ml. 1111 brigade was In time to aid Ipi'iy--i lii'ig if last tlusperate assault of the Confederates on that disastrous Sun day. Fur In services in this campaign, which I lelmii-.- l some most brilliant lighting un .he ikii. Nelson wan made a major .1 r u (!en. us a soldier of whom the country and the army hud great expectations, Imned upon what he had ill- r Mil il v 1' """llHlll Up hud made l h. tin- n iv Ik1 fore the war He was 1111 .1 I 'it. lii bull in mental caliber. Ills nl.v fie: r. sin Inehi of frame carried iKiiiiiiUMvolUdlHti'lbuted. and his Im in-- ; ,i'td Id culture gau just what was man of giant mold lie. l courage ,if It'll lo hi'M'H ere renolution andfor petty contempt olrstiteltMiii'li as tinllnary men stand and 'JO, 1WXJ. Xel-kortt-iiu1 1 grace-rullttoii li-1 .Iiiinjii-Veriiriislcil- luisville, Sept. gne ut at After summoning a witness from an ad,v"ii. "'"'.1- joining room Davis continued: "I demand from you the courtesy due my rank." "I will treat you as j oil deserve," replied Nelson. "V011 have disappointed me; you have been unfaithful to the trust which 1 To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, ConstiImposed in you and shall relieve you at pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, toko once." In 11 few seconds he lidded: "You tho safe and certain, rqmedy, S are relieved from duty here and will pro SMITH'S teed to Cincinnati uud report to Gen. Wright." "You have no authority to order me," Kiltl Davis. Pushed lieyond enduranco Nelson turned to hlsiidjutHtitgeneralandsald: "Captain, If Gen. Davis docs not leave the TTho tho BMAIili Slso OOllttloBcans to tho give Instructions :lty by i o'clock bottle). TlIET AMS TUB MOST CONVENIENT. to the provost til irshal to see that he is Sultabls all Ageii. put across the Ohio." rrlco or cither size, 25c. per Jlottlo. This was taking the bull by the horns tvlth a vengeance. Nelson's training had "wilSrlMilUiforttU.(eiprior,lmpi). been on the deck of a where J.r.lUTrlCO.iUr.cr"BILXEEJLNS,-tT.lOlll- S HO. llsctpllue is thu first law and insubordination a crime to be met with Instant snuffing out by the most heroic methods. If iver this during sailor und conscientious patriot had seen a time when the formal- Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. ities of the service and the considerations due to rank should wait on greater things 3STO. this wus one. The value of un hour was dmply Incalculable, and many tlmcstwcn-ty-fou- r hours hail passed since Davis entered upon his duties nnd he had nothing Taking Effect to rejiort in the way bf progress. There was something, too, behind his conduct Sundayf.Feb, 23, 1890. which doubtless Nelson surmised, for it At 5:00 o'clck was evident that Davis had stood all along on the ground that not Xelson but Wright wus his superior ofllccr. IFirit Bound Train. Enit Bound Tram. ' Gen. Wright gave a now assignment to Mitt. A.ND Mill, AND Davis and he left loulsville again. In a few STATIONS, IXFRES8. cxraKss. days Gen. Bucll arrived in tho city in per 8.00am LT...UnlonDopot,L6ulsv'e ,Ar. 1.20pm son, thus superseding Xelson, nnd Gen. 1.05 . Kentucky Strvot.... Wright ordered Davis to return nt once to 8.15 Alms House Ixiuisville and report to the new chjcf. Pleasure Ridge Park. 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Vf. will ilio ihow you how yi.ii t)3 lodlOad.y .Him, fromthiiurt.vrlih-ou- t W. pay ip.rtnc. Ur urr writ, .t one. MHO, .11 .ipriu chirr u I'DKlliJU, UaIH Addl.M, II. IIALLETT k CO., Hot cm mak. rrom ZIPPINCOTTS in itstlf. uhjj itdud a hafifiy thought to print an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you are used to get in booh form and fay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you get an abundance of other contributions, whichghes you a good magatini besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway of popular favor, have resounded ) throughout tht entire land, and Lipplnf toll's Afagaiine stands in the front rani rf ' monthly publications, and is the most publication of its Und in the world. Far full descriptive circulars, addiess MA GAZINEt Philadelphia UPPJNCO $3.00 per year. 35 . single number. The publisher of this paper will receive your y MAGAZINE, with if, continli, is a library rrs subscription. ? r i, HNH HP 1 d -- &r-- i J 1 o6 it n, '.V if ..v" - ' ,-- ,. - a 4, "t 1 :. J i- an Ik I . Vf' '1 "X .d? l r 9 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2:, JNO.D.BABBAQE Ijm 18U0. ItRDIKSBURG v. u.riymnAm; daii.t Mrkrr summit. 11..10 ..... BEPARTMENT. O-HiEHSTDELA-lSr- E:, M IKTS. t HoltMtl i:aiter Etl tctrt A.M "" TIME TABLE No. I. STATIONS. trvinirton..... tlarfi. d Hunted Ilardln.burg St. I.. A: T l.oinl Tlmr Cnrtl. " 9 55 n.nj. it. ra. inn y V Malt unit Express gdng Kast...i Express Local Freight Rait We-t..- uniT. WeM......ll.n Weit...,.. .. Kst i... 5.50 p.m. U 55 p.m. II to p.m; V.M a.m. 12 25 1 110 1.29m a.u.I.t... r.u .. " Ar . r.MH0 (0 .. 8.411 Lv. 8.211 a.m mini nn BBBBHI BB BMBV ' v DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Thoi. Adklssiin. For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. For Shellff, J, S. DeJernette. For County Sup't of Sch.ioN, Jas. XV. Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For County Assessor, Lcn Ciishman. For County Surveyor, F. M. 0. Jolly. For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. TO OUIt l'OIIIir,8lONI)i:NTM, Get the news and get all the newt and From Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. Notice To Democrats. There will lx a meeting of the Democrat of the C'lovcrport District at the MayorVolllce in Cloverort, Saturday, July 20, for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magistrate. V. G. Smart, U'hin. i-- y tft apeak Hon. John Youg Brown, is announced at IIo.lt, this county August 2d. Tiik Daily edition ot the Hiuvesvillo Plaindealcr is a hright and readihle paper. Success to you Col. .Telf. Gkx. John C. Fremont, the first candidate of the Republican party for President, died int Now York last week. lie. was 77 years and nix mouths old. The people hero about feel very grati-ffor. tho extremely opportune rains which have fallen in the last few days. The out look for beans and cabbage is decidedly improved. ul I . ' To avoid the rush that will be made on our IjindGftmpany for town lots, parties waging favorable priccshad better send in their bids at once. The boom is certainly coming. Mr. Watterson knows a thing or two about the American.'l'lug the Force Hill, and the Rice problem. His letters from the Tennessee mountains have been read with pleasure by Kentucky Democrats. Owensboro has four or five candidates Convention, all for the Constitutional Democrats. Unless a nomination is made there is a chance for a Republican to slip in as a representative tothe Conven-tfo- n from that county. of the Demo, .THriin: will be a me.-tincratic Committee of the Fourth District at Klizabethtown next Friday, July 25th for the purpose of selecting the time and place, of holding a convention to nominate a candidate for Congress. al k Tim: Henderson Journal says that in Henderson County the indications aro that thero will be less than a half crop of tobacco if the season is favorable, and if tho drouth continues therewill be none at all. The remainder of the stemming district is no better than it is in that county. The Cloverport Land Company means business. The men composing . it are some of the leading citizens of this place and n number of wealthy men of Iniis-villThey have an option on several hundred acres of land adjoining here, a jMirtion of which they propose to run oil into building lots, and thus enlarge the tuts boundary of our city. The growth of our population demands it and the move is very necessary one uml will like wise prove n profitable one. tJcMxls at J. A. Witt's ten mr cent for cash. Country produce wanted nt J. A. Witt's. Mr. Coleman I las well will move into his new house today. Mrs. Warren, of Illinois, is in the city visiting Miss Cora Smith. Mrs. McClarty of Hardin county is visiting Mrs. Charley Hcston. Mrs. Sallie Hoard returned Monday from a visit to friends at Webster. Mrs. Alice Raker is in the city visiting her son Dr. J. T. linker. MissLixzicSmith has secured a position in the Ilawesville public school. Itev. H. C. Freeman, of Fordsville, wits In the city last Monday. Rev. Duggens preached to the inmates of the ioor house last Sunday. Mr. John Moredock thinks of putting up a hotel at Garfield in the fall. Mrs. James Rishop, of Owensboro was visiting Mrs Taylor Heard last week. Mr. Frank Atwood,of Colorado, is here visiting his brother Mr. Taylor Atwood. The will of Merry Carter was admitted to probate in the County Court Monday Mrs. Clarence DoIInven who has been very ill with typhoid fever is improving MrsGreen Hoard and Miss Ella Hensley are visiting Mrs. Fannie Hoard, at Garfield. Mr. M. R. Moorman, of Tennessee, and a brother of Mrs. Judge Milton Hoard, is in the city. I am offering big inducements to buyers in all classes of goods. Give me a call J. A. Witt. Those who don't want their accounts put out for collection had tatter como up and settle. J. A. Witt. Capt. Sam Harrison was about the best pleased man in town lust week, having drawn a pension of several hundred dollars. Mr. Jell" Jolly, of Hewleyville, was in town last Monday. He says most of the corn in his neighborhood is nlxnit to shoot and miss the stalk. Mr. Harry Monroe and Miss Nora Smith,. Mr. Godfrey Haswell and Miss Ollie May Adkisson, Mr. Jesse Kskridge and Miss Mary Howmerconiposedaparty to the Tar Springs last Tuesday. Tavern license with the privilege of retailing Spiritous liquors were granted in the county court las Monday to R. K. Mattingly of Mooleyville, ami Z. G. Nimmo and Warren Alexander nt Webster. Mrs. Eliza Morris was taken before the Mayors court last Friday, adjudged a lunatic ami ordered to the Anchorage asylum. The condition of Mrs. Morris was a pitiable one. She is now about 711 years old and up to few months ago, had a very strong mind and for many years hits been regarded as a women with fine intellect. For some time, however she has been wandering around in ill health and it had affected her mind to such an extent, that she became irresponsible for her actions. Her friends here did what they could for her comfort, but it was at last deemed best that she be taken to tho asylum. Soon last Saturday in company with Sheriff Severs she was taken to Anchorage. BBBBHI BBBBH BBBBM BBBl BBB BSBBBm f w- - iBBM IBBBHa bWMBSM mm TO THE FRONT. -- Here we are with the biggest line of & lit 1 t .'"" ... v p ' I v ft And General Merchandise, ever brought to this Section , , Prices at Rock Bottom. Gome and see us. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, M& 1 ffl5HiP ago 1 : I I GLENDEANE. LONG BRANCH. " Agent & Corresp'nt Miss Mary Fairleigh, is visiting relatives at Owensboro. Miss Addio G. Ditto, brother W. M. Ditto. is visiting her Miss Lula Lewis, is visiting Miss Eva Corrigan, of Guston. , Mr. Jack Cooper, of Louisv lie, is spending n week with friends here. Hon. C. R. Wathen visited relatives in Lebanon and Sprengfield last week. Miss Zula Malin, spent last week with Miss Rettie Clarkson, at Pleasant Yiew. Flamery, of Wolf Creek, Mrs. visited the Misses AVoolfolk last week. e. A VJ ,V - Wi n t' s Democrats of Hreckenridge cannot be to often reminded of their duty in the present election. It is a county race it is true, and it may be argued by some that in choosing men for these places it is not necessary to draw the partly lines too closly, hut here is where we make a mistake. Doth sides have put up their men and if a Democrat stands oil and falls to vote ho is counted with tho Republicans. In these county races we nominate our men uK)ii the same principles "lis they arc nominated for state officers and it is as much tho duty of men pro- i.ssing to be Democrats, to voto for each and all of thorn as if thoy were running for the .best ollice in the state. Ren Let us have Democrat or a Republican. no half way, hopper's skipper's anil dodging almut business in this matter. Tho Nf,wh is for its party and their nominates first last and all tho time. Wo want to hear a like response from Democrats all along the line. And let every fellow from now on, go for his jiarty like li- -l a beat in' tan bark and sweep tho John Gatewood a colored infant, last platter clean from Clover Creek to Rough week stole from Editor Freeman $25, i River. Ho was forced to confess and refund most of the money. How'i This! We offer One Hundred Dollars reward Mrs. Yiiginia Norman died in this city for any case of catarrah that cannot bo last Wednesday. She was 71 years old cured by taking Hull's Catarrah CureT and tho mother of Representative G. W. V. J. Ciibnky fe Co., Props, Toledo, 0- - Norman of Henderson county. We, tho undersigned liavo known F. J. OnoCprley from Putcsvillo got on a Cheney for the lust 15 years, and believo . "high homo" at tho Happy Hollow pichim perfectly honorable in all business nic Saturday and was using his gun very transaction, and financially ablo to carry freely when h was disarmed by timely out any obligations made by their firm. friends. Wkmt A Tiiaux, Wholesalo Druggists, Tho following tmchers were elected Teledo, 0. Wauh.no, Ki.n.nax A Makvi.v, Friday night for tho ensuing term of "Wholesale druggist), Teledo, 0. . Prof. tho Hnwesvillo Hlgh-hoolHaU'B Catarrah Curo is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and Powell of Cannelton, nsM'rinclpal, Miss Lizzie Smithy oftlnrdinshnrg, Preparamucous surfaces of tho Hystcm. sent frpe. Price 75ct per bottle. tory department and Miss IJzzlo Allen and Mrs. Elllo Hannister of this plnca for Sold by all druggist Tho tho intermediate department. Have your Job work dono nt this ollico selection ho far as known gives general satisfaction. ju lte latest KyK ana ucsigns. Testl-inonals Dr. II. K. Pusey and Col. T. H. Fairleigh, of IxuisviIlo were in town last Saturday. Miss Rena Clarkson, spent several days in town last week the guest of Miss Liliian I.ewis. Miss Fannie Woolfork spent Sunday in Grahainpton the guest of Miss Mabel Aylsworth. Miss Isabelle limner, who has been visiting Mi.ss Agnes Malin, returned home Saturday. John T. Ditto, has gone to Central Kentucky to look after bis patent coffee pot interests. A wheeler store has been established at Ekron this county with Mr. Clint Hryant as proprietor. Mrs. Dick Howling, who has been visiting relatives here, returned to her home in West Point Sunday. Miss Inh. Thomas, of Louisville, and Miss Hettio Sanders, of Bullitt Co. are visiting Miss Georgia Morcmcn. D. R. Floor, is in Indiana canvassing the state selling county rights for tho Tea and Coffee pot. The Misses Washington, two most charming young ladies from Irvington are visiting Miss Mattio McGeheo. Hon. John Young Hrown.of Henderson, will address the people of Meado Co. at the Court House here on Monday, Aug. 18th. HAWESVILLE. Mrs. Nod. Reese, of Columbus, Ohio, arrived Saturday and will spend several Henuen A Rrcidenbach are building weeks the guest of her father Mr. J. a show boat. Mr. Eugene McAilams returned from Miss Lil Hay, entertained a numlier Friday night. of her friends at a private picnic at tho All spent Miss Hertlia Ireland of Evansville is Sulphur well last Thursday. visiting Mis Edith Hush. a most enjoyable day. The County Candidates began their Mr. Thompson Thornton is building a rounds of apjoinfmentH last Saturday. business house on Main cross Mr. W. T. Cary, independent candidate Mr. Oscar Miller and family are visitfor county clerk has withdrawn. ing relatives in Ohio County. Mr. H. T. Haynes, was at homo SunI.uko Terrill of Louisvslle is visiting day. Mr. llayncs, is now employed as the family of Mr. Frank Herzog. superintendent for a drilling company "Tho new Thentorium," at this place who are operating in Eastern Kentucky. is to start south alxmt the 10 of August. 'In ndditon to tho water lino which has Tho candidates for the various county' just been laid through town n gas plpo lino offices speak at this place next Monday. lias ulso been constructed which conveys Aunt Rose Patty a resectable colored tho gas from tho well of tho Brandenlady aged 08 died at this placo last week. burg Manufacturing Co. Street lights have been erected and the town is now Attorney W. S. Morlson is in Illinois beautifully lighted with natural gas. visiting relatives. He will return about The cas is also used for fuel at the St. 2(lth. Cloud Hotel. Tho Plaindealcr is running as n daily Mr. Sack Richardson, a most promiand Vitting some hard blows for the nent and resjieeted citizen of this county Democratic party. living near Ekron, died suddenly Sunday The election is getting unusully warm morning. Mr. Richrrdson has been in and there is known to bo over a thous- ba' health for some time, but got up Sunday morning feeling as well as usual and dollars bet already. to his wife that Roth sides are confident of success but and soon after remarked ho felt like he would faint and fell dead. it is very evident that tho democrats will The famsly has our heartfelt sympathy. elect every man on the ticket. , W. M. Ditto went to the city last week Wo all long for refreshing showers. M,rs. Geo.' Reynolds, of Finlny, Ohio, We believo Miss Ella will soon visit got home Friday. t the West again. J. T. Ditto left for the city on tho 17th It is rumored that Mr. Yic Robertson to bq gono somp time. ' has gone off to "Court." Mr. F. Ditto, sr., . left for Louisville One of our boys says ho has reached Sunday to spend n few days. tho "goal of Ids ambition." Miss Nellie and Boss McGeheo are Mr. Cornwcll, of Louisville, is again visiting friends nnd relatives atStephens-jwrt- . visiting in the neighborhood. Miss Nannie Green, of Louisville, will MisB Mary Bickerstaff and Miss return to the country Monday. have gone to IIowes Valley for Mrs. Kate Willis, of Lcltchfield, is a visit. visiting at Mr. Jim Moorman's. Miss Ida Mayficld, of Rowlett, Ky., Can any ono explain how a certain spent a few days visiting Wends nt this young gentleman is "stump-struck"- ? place last week. Miss Carrie Owen, a sweet singer of There is talk of tho fanners at this Zion, will lead the singing nt tho proplaco selling out their lands for manutracted meeting. facturing purposes. Misses Blanche Jolly and Lenn Drury, Mr. P. M. O'Hrynn, of Louisville, conof Bewleyville, will arrive Friday to visit nected witli the consolidated Gas nnd Miss Carrie Owen. Salt Co., was witli us ono dny last week. Messrs Ycnna Moorman and Jim The Rock Gas Co., received a car load Dean returned Sunday from an imporof machinery nnd fixtures at this place tant expedition to Cloverport. on tho 100i, for tho purpose of pumping Miss Moorman longs for the "melantheir wells. choly days to come." She will.visit near Misses Mary and Nellio Washington Cloverport tho latter part of September. who have been visiting Misses Mnttio Mr. Charlie McCrackcn is in our midst McGeheo left for homo Mqnday, Come looking nftcr his business connected with again ladies and wo will givo you moro tho railroad aiid other matters of im- cards. portance to him. A. Ditto, jr., received nn order last Little Miss Hnnnah and Master Hale week for tw o barrels of good old KenDean, who have been visiting their tucky soil ) to bo shipped to a grand imrents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dean,' largo factory at Syracuse, Ohio. returned to their home at Owensboro Several of tho young folks had a pleaslast Saturday. ant day and a good dinner Sunday nt Mr. Mr. R. G. Robertson is still watching J. K. Ditto's, in Jipnor of tliQ nrrival of with interest tho growth of "Glcndeane.' Mrs. Ned Rees. Through his efforts and untiring zeal, wo BIG SPRING. ' hope to have it an incorporated town in the near future. Big Barbecue hero tho first Saturday, (lire-clay- MOORMAN & B feLER. F. N. dHUY, i CLOVERPORT, KY. --- MMBJBMHMHMBMMM . I xt-J-KY. --- Bnch House, HARDIHSBIJRG, Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND Grocery Department . V JEWELRY, Musical Merchandise and Sewing Machines. SHE AND PAHCY GROCERIES, . Provisions, Confections, ruits of all Kinds, Etc. NOTICE. REPAIRING- - SPECIALTY ROBERT'S BOTTOM. Mr. L. T. ftoberts hnd a slight sun stroko last Wednesday. Misses OJlio nnd Lula Petit nre having tho chills. Miss Kttn English had an attack of fever last week. Mrs. L. T. Roberta wns sick a day or two last week. Miss Bettio Leo Dix is visiting her Bisters, Mrs. Courtney and Morton, nt Owensboro. Miss Bettio Leo is a lovely young lady and wo are sorry to have her out of our midst, therefore we hopo sho will not protract her visit. as iong as she ' previously did. Misd Emma English returned homo last Saturday from a six weeks visit to relntivesin Hardin county, she reports a splendid timo. 'Miss'Xelllo and Master Jloss McGhce, of Long Branch, nro visiting Miss Etta, and Mf. Joo English. Mrs. S. II. Dix, who has been in bad health for several months, is now rtblo to attend to her house keeping. Mrs. II. S. English relumed homo from .Long Branch last Saturday, where sho had' been called to the death bed of her niece, Miss Llllio J. Ditto. Miss Lillio was a bright, Bwect, christian girl and wil) bo greatly missed by her many friends nnd relatives. She manifested every widened of going to that happy hQmo whero uniting nnd suffering nro .unknown; then to her deal: ones wo would sajywccp not, think not of your loss but of her eternal gain. Her family havo tlio heartfelt sympathy of this 'entire ' community. Worth Knowing- Huoniw' ToxiCi Tho old time, reliable Reputa remedy for Fever and Ague. tion earned by Thirty years success. You can depend upon it. Tnv It I Dnua- mn-lar- ia CORPORATION -I- . Dr. Dowden, of Louisvillo, arrived Monday to assist in a revival nt Goshen. j All that ijossibly can should attend nnd earnestly pray for tho success of tho meeting. May there bo nn outpouring of the Spirit and n general reviving of religious zeal which we feel wo so much need. Business is still on the boom with us hotel has been opened, A first-clawhere guesta can bo accommodated at all hours and served with tho delicacies "of tho season, dispensed by a cook whoso dainty French dishes satiate tho appetites of tho most fastidious. ss Fannie Keith-Moorma- n This lady died on tho 18th instant at tho homo of her father, Jno. E. Keith Esq., in this city, nnd was interred on Saturday'last in theCloverportComctery, Mrs. Moormnn was 24 years of ago and up to tho' time of her marriago to Mr. Charlie M ooiuuin, of Big Spring, Ky. had always lived in this city. Her health failed alxmt two years ago, and from that timo until death relived her, bIio was n great suffer. But she boro her pain and decline with thoBublimist fortitude, and it can bo truly said, her illness and death was beautiful. Her patience was romarkablo amid it all. She was sustained by nn unfaltering trust of Christ, nnd submitted nil things to tho Divine will with the cnlmist assurance that all would prove for tho best. She leaves a child 17 months old, Pauline, with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Keith. ' in August. Come. Town was full of candidates tho 18th and pomo very lively discussions took place, Wo think this' campaign will grind out somo first class orators. Some of our people took in tlifi, picnics at Custer I7th and Rosetta tho 10th. ' Don't forget Our picnic. A gnmo of baso ball was played here tho 12th between our boys and the Cyclones of Rosetta. Tho gnmo was in teresting nt some tunep wlicn a score depend all together on a certain play. Our boys lost tho gnmo because luck played with tho Cyclones. Scoro Big QISTS HAVE IT. Spring 17, Rosetta 10. Como again boys nnd carry off tho compliments. STATEMENT The now post office that was establish- Of the Condition ef tho Brecklnrldsro Bank, Ulovarport, K v., at the ed at High Plains, has been named clone of Hiialnuas Junu 30ilt, 18UO, Lover's Paradiso on account of tho. mail 'K ASSETS. ' that goes therej as suggested by tho now Nolea hnU'BlIIa DUcoontpd..'.; ,.$160,923 67 ISatrit VU'turea and 'Furniture 2,572 25 post master Mr. Jesse B. Trent. ' - FREQUENCY OF STORMS. Never befbro in tho history of tho Danking Home 'and Lot.,.. ;..... w... , Over DrufH Saipendcd Debt- Catu on band Total Capital Stock DojKViltj Bonds Due from Bank t ,. It Means Great Things for Cloverport. Tho Soda Ash Company has, it is reported on good authority, definitely determined to locate its factory at Cloverport, and has bought land there and gono to boring for salt water. Its agents nro also taking options on territory around Cloverport 'for salt wator Tho coming of this and natural gas. enterprise means great things for Clovero port, which is a busy, town, and deserves its good fortune. The factory will givo employment to a great Buoklen's Jiii&Bilve. many bunds from tho first, and will, no Tho best saly'1 tJ, world for cuts, doubt, develop into an imincnso indusit rheum, fever try,. Its product is something that is bruises, BorTulce. gorcartfer, chapped hands, chilblains, used in great quantities in this country, When Baby waa ttlek, wo gars tor Caatoria, is, and skin eruptions, nnd positively and of which tho homo supply is bo far ourro Pileflj or no twy required. It is - Whrri'ake waa'a'ChlW, afee erleJ for Casterla, beneath the demand thut it is constantly guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or, (Wbea the becatae MIm, ato clusg to Caatorta. imjKirted. Courier-Journal- ., n. f l.l !-i iilu --o uvnia- pur Whan the bad CMUreS, aba garSWm puterla. money ruiuimcu. IV YOU It JMI AVIUA box For ealo by G, W. Short, Clover- rrally nowl for BotlilBf Ot you are all worn mil It la Kiinil debility, port, Ky., and J. A. Wit, Hardinsburgt HHOWli'H 1HU.V .MTTAJM. Ky. K vriU euro yen, and Klve a ro1 appetite. Bold wide-awak- tornadoes and storms been bo frequent, bo disastrous nnd so destructive as this year. Wo hear of water spouta in ono section and drouths in another which may be traced to tho samo cause that produces the cyclone, and that cause is tho wanton and vandal destruction of American forests. Tho sawmill has given free passage to tho blizzard nnd the tornado, and unless the woodman bo restrained, nnd tho planting of forests bo encouraged, our climate will undergo radical changes anil atmospheric disturbance become the normal condition. Kmbires of lands Mrs. Moormnn was n young woman of in Asia onco fertile nro now education, mid study. Her mind nat- deserts becauso men in past ages, as urally bright, had been cultivated and now in America, supposed their mission was well stored with varied information. in lifo was to fell every tree thoy could In tho Sundjty and secular school room lay ax to, and unless a now policy be her suierior qualitcs sliono brightly, adopted a great part of our country nnd many of her old pupils sorrowfully now teeming with emifgetic population attended he): funeral attesting their will deteriorate as did tho valley of tho memory' of her laliors. Gundalquivlrin Spain. Our symphthiesnro sincerely extended KvcrySfato Legjslaturo and National to tho husband nnd family, nnd wo can Congrc bs should enact measures to 'forestw and to encourngo well say thqt a bright woman has been called from our midst, whoso exumplpJtrfo plnn'tlng of other forests to tnko tho should bo clniinlated. tho place of those wantonly destroyed. Louisville Times. country has cyclones, ,.... 3,335 2,130 130 25,881 32,039 22,615 14 31 86 04 38 57 1,1.1 IIILiTIES. $219,001 21 545,100 180,313 19,000 . 2,533 00 41 00 23 Bd known, that D. Hambletnn, W. II. Bowlr, J. T. Miller, J. 0. Nolte, A. 11. Skillkn and their associates have associated themlvet together and become incorporated undeflie corporate name nnd stle of tho and Qas Well Oompauy, and by that line shall have perpetual succession, tniy hVe a corporate seal and (tiler the same at pleiire, nnd as such snail have cxercUo tbe natural person. 2. lb principal place of business of slid corpoMon shall be at Cloverport, Kentucky, and tbteneral nature of its business shall be to acqut lands by purchase, donation, loiso or otheiise. and drill for and develop theie-o- n natnll gas, salt water, minerals and all or any othi products or substances, nnd tu manufactured-dispose of the same; also to deal in and unite all such products and substance lay pipe jnes, conduits, railway traoks, roads and passhyj for the successful and profitnblu managem)it of its business, and generally to do and pciorm all other lawful acts to this I end. 3. The kid corporation shall h tve power to sue and bsued by Its orporate namo in all courts anplaces; to tender the shares or Interests of U stockholders transferable on the books of le company ; to make contracts, an transter property, posiessiog tbe same pov rs in this respect us natural persons -now onji, to establish nnd make all rules andregulations deemed expedient for tbe management of iti affairs, not Inconsistent with the constitution or laws of this sUto or of tbe UalteaSutes, and to prescribe tbe terms and eondit'ons when tbe capital stock shall be paid In. 4. The private property of stockholders shall be exemptfrom the debts of tho corporation. 5. Tbe Ughest amount of iodebtediicrs or liability to'wbich the said corporation shall at any time tibject itself shall not exceed fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) 6. The ajairs of said corporation shall be conducted ky a president, secretary, treasurer and a board or fl'e directors, who shall be s elected and hold tbelr for one year and nntit their successor aball be elected and installed. The stockholders shall annually on the first Saturday of July in each year elect a board of directors, and each share of stock shall upon all matters be entitled to one vote to bo east in person or by writtan proxy, provided however, tbe corporation above named shall be tbe board of directors for one year or nntil their successors are elected and Installed The board of dlrectora shall elect the president secretary and treasurer, who shall told their office for one year and until their successors aro elected and Installed. The board may from time to time appoint such other officers and agents as to them may seem advisable. 7. Tho capital stock ofsaldeor toratlon shall bo the sum of Five Thousand dollars, dlvidid into one thousand abates of five dollars each. 8. Tbe said corporation shall commence business on tbe 1st day of July, 1890, and may continue Tor twenty-fiv- e years. The capital stock shall be payable on the call of the board of directors and at such time and in such mari-i.as they shall prescribe. Cloverport, Ky., July 1, 1890. D. Hambleton, W. H.'Bowmer, J. T. Miller, Julius 0. Nolte, A. B. Sklllman. r'Afa W re 8' by-la- 3 I ofll-e- t $ er Surutua Fund Uodirlded Pro Ml Dividend No. 32, .due July 2nd :, ,7f. 1890 Taxei due July it. 1890 1 A JOURNAL Pkinters' Ink FOIt ADVERTISERS. 1,801 00 410 60 $219,681 24 Total I, A. Bt Sklllman. eaihler of tbe above named Bank do f61canlT tirear that the above statement It true to the bett of my' knowledge and belief. A. I). SKILIjMAN, Cajlilor. Subscribed, and sworn to beforo me this tbe , Ht Hay or Ju)j, lqvu. Oil AS. D. SKILLMAN, N.P. D.O. If You Have CONSUMPTION 60UQH on 1 COLO BRONCHITIS Throat Affctlc SCROFULA jVetttlnjfbfllldi tk XhroatauiLung. 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PURE COD, LtVIW OIL WJrh Wxmnnhnimhltnn V Mmuittoif.tm S H I JR TrS -i- PKm- '!) s PALATABLE AfMILK. 1 Attr Sen r M;na. N.V, in lr all deafen In faicdlclfle. J 0TTiMloimhital r K-- !. D. BApfAGE. - & -- -- rv ATi itlo ftntjfii Alvery, after n very pleas licr cousins, Mimes Florence Is Ho a Democrat! Mr. Blaine's opinion of tho McKinlcy. bill is tiiiiqun and picturesque. In order to get the drift of. big Ideas you must read between the line's' of; his letter to Mr. Frye,fclliis a dlploinnt by lioth uaturu anirprowHloti andiknows' ln'ttef'' than most men how to pay a graceful compliment and lling n Kiireasm in tho same breath. The bill is in many respects u wihe one, lio sajs, hut itts a political blunder. He is pleased with somo pf its provisions, but the thing wilj not work and must be abandoned It is in aeeonlauco with the policy of protection, but if he might be allowed to inako a suggestion lie would like to rumark that it fails to protect. It is a great and glorious measure, quite worthy of tho patriotism'of the re- -' publican party, but unless'it is killed in Congress it will knock that party higher than Gilaoy's kite. It guards tho financial interests of tho country and is therefore to be commended, but 11 closes every foriegn market to American products and is therefore to bo condemned without stint. . ' , The occult isthat Mr. Blaine is preparing a doso of strychnine for the bill and hopes to deliver tho remains to the Coroner and tho undertaker. It might nohcjpolicy to say that,so he praises it faintly and with so many double ententes, that you can swear he believes in it or doesn't believo in it just as you please. You pay your money and you take your choice. We are. still looking for Mr. Blaine's conversion to a sound democratic policy. He stands trembling on tho brink, but may soon leap into tho flood and lwbnpt-izod- jn thorolling Jordan of democracy. The grand issuo between the two parties is the market. "Give us the whole world to trade with," cry the democrats. "Lct.us BhutJLhe whole ijvorld out and chow each other up" answers tho republicans. Mr. Blaine is trying to open South American ports. That is good politics and good economy, but it is the dc'mocra-tinotther republicant policy.. We remind Mr. Blaino of a very interesting old saying : "Jt is never to lato to mend." N. Y. Herald. c, " " i ) ) i n nrrrmTrTTTTW I nfifii xjwIh lcftiforlicrhoirto,OweiiH hogfi ilay. r am Mrs Wither IVnk, LouUvllIe, mw Mnttio Cook, Smith's Urovo "'W uofitH of Mr. and Mr. O. V. Sls h week ft Vi'lM IV A tan' Ilcrtvlkainp and daughter Ire. KisunmeiiKiT and children E vS Ir. and Mm. J. P. PiUonh; c i and Monday. on tho salt well is being pushed p. r t.twt rir my ns (KisHiDie. ji mo timii-I lP r viy 1,-i2 o had luck they Iiojmj to complete VwIiPaK OIS:i$ E2V.TOYS. o next ten days. Both tlio method and results rhen Carrio Schoenlaub. who hah been Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant Lilho Woods, for several und refreshing to .the taste, and acta Returned homo Monday accoinpanl- gently yet promptly on thoKidneys, Mr. James Mnttingly. Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysfollowinc young ladies left Thurs- tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures hahitunl Sor licitclifleld. on n visit to friends constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho jjrclathes, Misses Lula Owen, Litaio only remedy of its kind over pro- flflnmn and Moggio Bowmer. duced, pleasinsr to tho tnfn you intend going to Old Point,inform ceptahlo to the utomaMi, prompt in rnpuHnnnororlt.il. Audit SO lirO- its action and truly beneficial in its flon can be made for you, and be sure to cllects. prepared onlv fmm .iin.i v..- ,i. j ... .uumuoi s your uvrm ui juui healthy and apreeablo sulwtauces, suru 'ltsrmaay excellent nnnlifina , mend it to all and have made it be Cincinnati Cooperage Company vo moved their office in Hlila city to the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c awesville, for the ronvenienco of their cent Mr. E. L. Clark rwho lives in and $1 bottles hv all lending. - gm M?m 5aKcav m XcJfcaiSiZw ..vr .bbb-ctwjbbb- b mwm&A Gwfll 2.m i,v "mm P- - rft f i lotLLttt f .4BWIKWi JJi zMm VhW HM w A COLD W AVE r; T fKJ (TV1. w irt- - .. Vouldl)4 vpry. uccisptable nt tins particular time, but in tho absence of tlio wave tlfo next best thing for Hwcllcring humanity to do is to conio to oir refrigerating establishment and buy ono of vour Coldwnvo OoiUs, or Cout and Vest, and then you can bid " defiance to old $oS. JVJ Imvg sold an immenso amount of those goods this summorj liy spccjal arrangement with the "clerk of the weather" wowpro enrly posted ns to tho weather this feum- Iner. "Wo accordingly nmfacnirrangemenbj for nn immenso suptho only comgarments, and wo have ply of plete assortment of these necessary garments in the city. Wo have them in nil the popular fabrics and many styles and colorings' not to'fiiund in any other house. Our prices are right. Our Cassiincro and Worsted Suits offers many stock of Light-weigprices. desirable styles at bot-weiitb- cr to-da- y There's Not to be us No ht rock-botto- m fcA nJ... NOT A T. 1 in China iw F 1 --- lima i.n. i'- - WINTER "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. wo will not dwell on the merifs of our Teas but content to S'iy that we arc I ie 9 - 1?.1 fVlfl Iff n Mnlln1 rf iuy reiiaoie arugpist wlioW"""u,w"' may not havo it on hand will prc-- The. reiortcd disaffection among Derfl- curo it promptly ior any cue whoocrats in this district is falso. Every wishes to try it MO not acceptl)omocrat in the district will bo found at any substitute. the polls the urst aioniiay in Augu&uo-in- g CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP his duly and voting the jjtfftight SAN FBAHDISC I fill ticket. tovtsvitu, xr. kewnKK, N.r. Mr. J. It. Osborne, of Owcnslwro, was for the negotiating hero yesterday J onn Alien Murray, Wm. K. Bar Cloverpprt'Planirig MJH. If he succeeds Cloverport. Hardin.bu . B. lw.. fj Headquarters for Ts T I I iTTi ui I I i itl. Ml N I M Ml I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I Original Package Mischief. The mischeivous consequences of the Supreme Court's orignal puckago decision brought to public notice almost, daily bj tlio newtf'roports: Liquor dealers in prohibition States find it easy to evade the local law, and when any attempt is made to prosecute them the courts feel bound toidecide in their favor. In this way tho Statoaw is practically annulled. Indignation meetings have been held, protests voiced and appeals to the courts nude by the people ; but all in vain.- $ The citizens of nn Iowa town" havo even resolved to take the law into their own hands and meto out 'summary punishment to any orignal package offender. In Kansas a public meeting 'declared that "the people are a higher judicatory than ovon tho Supreme Court,'' and the Lieutenant Governor proclaimed that the laws of tho State were paramount to a decision of theSu promo Court. Of courto alMhijtJs as But it wrong as it is rash and foolish. showsto what extent popular feeling has been w rought up on tho subject. It is evident Unit more serious consequences than any yet reported will follow unless a remedy is soon provided. There are but two practicable remidics ono lies with Congress and tho other with tho Supremo Court. Congress has already moved in the matter by taking up a bill giving its permission to tho States to legislate. To this bill a constitutional objection has been raised and will doubtless be urged. It is contended that as tho Supremo Court has decided that the power in question belongs to Congress and not tho States it cannot bo delegated or transferred to tho States by any act of Congress ; that the respective powers of Congress and of tho States are defined and fixed by tho constitution, and that to concede to Congress the right to add to the powers of a State is to inako that body paramount to the constitution. AVhatover force there may be in this view it is not likely to recieve tho sanction of the Supremo Court, which must bo the final arbiter of tho question. That tribunal, from tho timo of Chief Justice Marshall down to tho present, hits repeatedly admitted that with tho consent of Congress it would bo perfectly competent for tho States to legislato on certain matters within the domain of interstato or even foreign commerce As early as 1708 such consent was granted by Congress in tlio raso of Stato pilotago laws, and in tho orignal package opinion itself the Supremo Court suggested that Congress might authorizo' tho States to deal with tho liquor traffic touching interstato commerce It is not likely, therefore, that the bill pending in Congress would bo hold invalid by tlio Supremo Court though its operation might bo delayed a good whilo by the controversy. By far the best and most desirablo remedy lies with tho Court itself reversal of its own ruling. It has stripped the States of tho greatest and mostsalutary power that belongs to a common wealth tho iolico powcrlo legislato lor tho morals, health and safety of tho people. That tho Court has niadoTftgcrious error in this caso is believed not only by threo of its own members but by the ablest constitutional lawyers in tho country. Wo think that even the majority of tho judges could lw convinced of their error on al rehearing of tho case, and if sou decision would bo ren dered restoring to tho nSmtas the 8overcigntyguaranteed them by the constitution. N. Y. Herald. Mm. " Resolutions of Respect. On the death of Miss Jessie Witt uho was a member of the Methodist Sunday School in Cloverjiort, Ky. Wiikhkas, the hand of Providence has removed our friend and sister from the sccno of her temporal labors, and from our Sunday School, and in view of the loss w o havo sustained by tho death of our friend, and of tho still greater loss sustained by thoso who were nearest and dearest to her, bo it limited, that wo deeply mourn her untimely departure, and sincerely regret tho lo of her faithful attendance at our Sunday School, taking refuge in the thought, however, that after having endured her earthly strife she has joined the Blessed in Heaven. JUwlietl, that wo tender our heartfelt sympathies to the afflicted family, and commend them for consolation to Him who orders all things for the best. llemluil, that the above resolution be published in the IiiiKCicK.vitinoK Nkws. W. 0. Brandon, j Committee. A. A. Simons, Of ull grades, and guarantee the finest teas, delieioiir hi flaYnr and delicate in aroma, at the very lowest prices. Attorneys atLa "7" MURRAY & BARNES, Hardinsburg and Clovcrport, Kentucky. ; Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgi HARDINSBURQ. KY. with Murray A Hurnes Court Jl.JV.ljUILLEIl Attorney at office. CLOVEIU'OKT, KY, rOfnco with D. 11. Murray ncfl'ost I Dr. J. MClayt Q Physician and Su JpH ujjice oier mclianuon's Iiamuxtftore. 4 CLOVERPORT. KY J. II. TAVI.OK, J. C. BOSH, w. WYLOIt. t ' :E)EiNris1 Over Zulaufa Jewelry SI . J. H. Taylor & (0., s KY. t Frederica Street, OWEN0ORO, Brkckenridge News. WJiDNID.VY, JULY LOCAL ), 1890. BEEVITES Granulated Meal at Pattern's. ' Now Virginia Sorghum of rvttorsoii's. Wm. Itamsoy went to iljirdinsburg Grape Baskets at I'attersol'B. Eat Nudaveno at Pattcrsoi's, t , rt V iMonday. -"Win. Smith OwcnsborO; Aisjin the city, Sunday. ( Miko Ilaniman.Addison.'waHin the city ' Saturday. tJm UsoPurity Flour 70 cents iicr.-w- ck at PattVreon's,. - - Mr. C. W. Moorman returned from Chicago Monday. '&"' "Mr: Geo. Boyd, of Hawesville,.was in, , 0it-- ' the city yesterday. ??fJr'H:-IIayesandJ- . H,lMiUer4,,wcnt to w ' ', ryllawcsville Sunday. Jtt? Mr. W. C Moorman, Glcndeano was , V' t', 0--t 2a W .. ilk .TL mm 4S bnita a number fromihero spent dayrat the Tar Springs. 11M- in u ;ii a.w..j . biin- - - kJF 1 X' ' M df 'Fordsville," has a pension. been granted Sunday evening trains have been resumed on tho L. St. L. and T. Mr.Jas. E. Stone and wife,, of Louisville, were in tho city Monday. J. E. Monarch candidate for County Court Clerk was in the city Sunday. Mr. E. F. Nolte, returned from Louisville Sunday aftor a 'short vacation. Geo. McKobards. of Danville, is tho ' guest of Mr. J. It. Skillman this week. f Nov. Overetrcet, will preach at the Presbyterian church the tourtn uunuay . T..I-- . .. J in juiy. ZTth. C. AV."Moonnan,-ha- s a very hand rom her some now phaeton, jji- - litisband'. Miss Cora Simpson, of Louisville is d ., her aunt MnKjJJnjj; Hall Josialirhlarlow, JtvKg -1 -- ' ufr' F tT i i ifc7 Ilardinsbtirg i Monday on a"visit to her father Col. Alt Mi(w Alarv'Allon wont to Miss t from a nleasalit vifiit todicr brotlier near Lizzio-JIal- has relumed home sa Deano., Bock Lick,. and Bock Yale, were Jjl thecKy Moorman, - Sundav. Mr. A. A. Simons who liasbccn on an extended trip through tho Esst'roturned homo last Thursday. Mrs. W. II. Bowmer, went to Owcns-borWednesday,to attend thefunen .Tiw. ... o, alofCapt.J,WtBolt. Jlrs. Bud Ilambleion, Mrs. Marion Moorman, Hambleton and Mre. C. went to Holt Wednesday. Mrs, Jeff. Hambleton and her sister, Mis Hacket. of Canuelton and Miss Jjeiinio'Murpliy- wft'tCIwiwHle yes " . lt - kfm' f4 r T. A cream of tartar baking powder. search of congenial employment. HavHighest of all in leavening strength. ing a fondness for machinery he soon U.S. GQirrnment 7iV;wrr, Awj. 17, 1889. becamp a first class engineer and for SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, several years was engineer on somo of tho largest boats then plying between And orery thing in tho Turning and Scrolling line of work will ledoneat this establishment In Cincinnati and New Orleans. In 1843 OF the belt manner and at the lowest rotes. Alio dealers In Felt and Dodlne Roofing. ho was married to Miss Mini D. Baxter and seVeral years later left tho river sinco which time ho has been interested in saw milling. During the past eighteen years he has been identified with saw The Louisville Market Capital Stock $25,000. mill interests of this county. The principal feature of interest in the Mr. Root was a great reader and n. F. BKAIID, PreiUent. tobacco market this week is the active could converse well and. fluently on WILL MILLKK, VlcoU'reildent. advancing tendency in dark tobaccos. most subjects. and M. H. 1) EAKD, Cannier. Everything of that type except trash and "I W. DEAHD 0. the commonest of lugs and low leaf has A Taste of Kentucky Bluegrais. Direct, rt. MOHHtS K8K11IDOE I R. M. J0LLU. sold relatively high and tho demand has In the course of the tenMays that folA lino of been active and strong. sold at Glvens, lowed the last ten days of May, I had an Indiana dark leaf uas Headloy & Co.'s which had been offered opportunity to tasto it pretty well und Every iny mind has had a grassy flavor ever and rejected in February last. Eighty-fou- r acros of good land, hogshead brought an advance over tho since. I had an opportunity to sco tho North-we- st of Hardinsburg, two restless and "fitful American nature of rejection priso and some of them brought and ono half miles. nearly double. There was a large lot of ours in a mora equablo and beneficent ' Also, forty acres of good land ono this tobacco, and none of tho February mood than I had ever before seen it in; all its savagoncss and acrid ncss gone, no milo and a half from Harninsburg. l prices reached over 4J cents. This week R. & thought now but submission to the hand Both pieces contains a houso. ' the prices ranged" from S) to 0 cents. ' '"' The Burlcy market is a little hard to and wants of man. I afterwards saw tho Terms will beReasonable. Tho proportion of prairies ol Illinois and tho vast lovel quote this week. stretches of farming country of Northern furthor information call on For Burlcy offerings'are much less than a few weeks ago, and tlio proportion of good Ohio and Indiana, but theso lands were F. M. C. JOLLY, and fine leaf is still less. Tho market for nowhere quito so human, quito so beau HAKDIN8BURO. KY. Blue-grathis type seems to bo a littlo unsettled. tiful, or quito so productive as the region. Ono likes to seo tho earth's FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Last week there was considerable sjicculativo feeling which caused a very surfaco lifted up and undulating a littlo One One combined laddie and tinmen bone stiff and rather feverish market for this as if it heaved and Swelled with emotion, for tale cheap. T. It. Ditto, Urandenburg.Ky v suggests more life, and at tho samo typo. This week the market is proba- it For Sale A fine half jenoy cow, froth, bly no lower, bit speculators seem a time tho senrso of roposo is greater. ecqnd calf J. T. Cannor. " little- - more' timid, caused probably by There is no repose in prairie, it is stagT M M M is Thoso the threatening weather and reports of nation, it a dead level. stretches of flat land pain tho eye, C. Murray, During uiy absence my ion, H. .frequent, showers in the Burloy district. n il all life and expression had gono from All W nuthoriiud to colle t uiunoyi due. This feeling, has probably lessened the as Indebted will pleiue lettlo with Mm at tho faco of tho earth. There is just snap and activity In tho Burley market. D. It. Murray, onoe. enough iu tho Blucgrass region Change of Firm. Attorney at Lw C'loverport Ky. The ottcrings however of really good to givo nobility and variety to tho landNotice is hereby given to allpersons articles of Burley leaf havo been so With SBbVIIbV BHaH limited that it has all found reasonably scape. From almost any given point ono having unsettled accounts como tho firm H H Hforward of 11. 1 Beard A: Co., to msWTsal m demand at quoted commands broad and extensive views fair manufacturers and scttlo same at once. Mr. J. B. .m H sslsH. immense fields of'v,;heat or barley, or llenslov. ono of the firm, htivini; with prices. p Pure Urea uerkililre i'tj, UHgff Kligille hemp, or grass or clover, or of wooJ and drawn makes it Tiecessarvain, order' tliat' 0 25k The weather tlinj week has been very regiiiry LaLaV iBLBViLa1 LaV LaV aLav DaB bbb sbLbbH Tho pastures. John Burrougn In July Cjn-tuswo may settle tlio firing fe)isjetis.k for I Iom and other jirnrroMlo aljlrtM1 IbH Lbbw' threatening, heavy local shoiyore havo aK business will eontinuoSis bolero, under 1 ST' bW bW bbbbW.bbVbH IaroW.HBrir, Ky?l fallen'iii a good many counties qf, tho supervision and management of B. IV. the " J?L ' senior member of tho linn,, of very Beard, Burley district. Wo jjgw.heard i Wd will continue to keep iu addition flpuiup little rain in tho dark district jjgwever, to.our largo and "full lino JGncral na'Wwnnlainta of tho.droutk are mullft The County candldfttirior the s evora Merchandise, a full lino of PUIOCIXUIUS plying aad growing more jsijtfius ov6t-daANDUNIriUTAKKU'S GOODS, SAD. offices will addwss tfie people el Breck AND HARNESS, COOKING Our correspondents in this ismte. enridgo copt attbeJollowiBgjhncsMtd DLE &c. AND HEATJJNTG STOVES, PIPK j. 4B ntKHPOHT. K glvo very coHiprekesive crop and places: f ril -.., PLOWS and BEPAIKSof nil kinds. I) -w & " weather news from a number of localtics. M&ny, 22. GarMd, lOWES,EAPEHS,WrlEATDlULLS IVTeasrs. . IffiWiMiit for tho imrchaso aiwilo bf Ttit.'lttift,llv aniiulav " 23. Formers Home Journal. CULTIVATORS. ad in fact all farm " 24.' Webster, Thursday, l'craoiie wishing iBMilimonts noetled : also a good assort town lota and lands, " 25. Clifton Mills, Friday, m GkiMrMi Jhjsy ment of BUGGIES, PHAETONS to buy or sell arc solicited to sco mo. ' 20. Union Star, Saturday, CABTS. STUDEBAKKU ami The pleaaaat flavor, anntlo aetlen and " 30. ' OF Jt'ICE--AH- y MooJeyvUJp, Wednesday, whore from Cow BORO WAGONS. k " 81'. UoethlBg effects of tfyptp I FJb, wIh Tt r lib fin dpi t 'Tliiiinlnyi coflire 1&1I; We are the sele aaunfs In this county (inl to ihe.Uepel, at alt hour. Cioverudn, FiWy, AugtHtt 1. oi a axwft awl if tM.fMuer r for tite CeUhMifed.Cwcinnti Desiccating eewtiv or fiQIpw ? 6 mother rWtL t BMbIbI VOQImZmhm M?r t'i ' WWX om WWWnuk gmMiyuK wmm munr m uts, k i Hflji eeinents we offer our p4rone ; Ut lOMHWiq HMMBUy nt; khowh mi it is Up mi NlHUy wA()Auojj uitop ussiojh WV ure tiii lm taenia, and prices m low as 'WOHawrtH B. Ihuwi Co, HMNia uftu, a wtffeul ,r- O 9MMSK J IMa. 8HOII AUOJU in making a trade hojwill establish a"flrst class mill here witlrall the1latestimprov-e- d macliincry. It is customary for all our jieople to turn out when a circus conies to town 'it is also customary for all who have ever tried Gantcr's 'chicken' cholera cure to It is .recommend U to their neighbors by "sohLon tho plan 6f "mAmfe-no-pay- " ' G. W. Short.-- T. S. Burch,"form6rly"ofHardin8burjr,has a jiosftion jwfiret clerk on one of tho fine steamers J. L. Maion, o St. Louis, is having'builtatXdilsvjlle, to run up tho Missouri river from gt, Louis t? Kansas City. Mr. Geo. F. Jesso and Mr. Duke cf pwensboroweroiere last peek in the interest of the Farmers, Savings and Building and Loan Association of Nashville, Tenn., for tle plirpostf of organizing a local board. They met with good success. There arc manywho will take advantage of the exceedingly low rates olTercd to Old Point to visit their native state of Virgina and look on tho scenes'of childhood, possibly to find somo long lost re lativo or to grasp tho band of some friend thought long since dead. Col. Allen, supervisor of Census, for this district has completed his work for Breckenridgo Connty and gives out the following figures for this city" and Hardinsburg and says "Whilst the result is very gratifying for CJovorport it is not Population of so for Hardinsburg." Clovcrport 1890, 1527, increase since 1880, 451. IIardinshurgl890,G10, increase sineo 1880,31. Hon. G. W. Gates, Messrs. II. P. and A. C. Thompkins,J. A. Fuqua, and Mrs. Phil. Watkins, of Owcnsboro, came up last Wednesday to meet tho remains of CaptJ. W, Belt. at this point. Tho gentleman had anMiour's time here and spent it in looking at our natural gas and its utilization. Of course, they were delighted with it and left as all people do who come hore, with a good impression of our town and its future. s tiller s CLOVERPORT, KY. .0. FARMERS and Death of Mr. Jas. G. Boot On Monday morning April 22nd 1890 tho Angel of Death camo and with only a few minutes warning took the devoted wife and motiicr Mrs Miro I). Boot Mrs. Boot was n member of the Presbyterian church at Cloverporta true christian in every sense of the word and best loved by those who knew her best. Hardly had the heart wounds inado by her death begun to heal over when again the messenger came to the already bereaved family this time taking the dear, feeble, gray haired, father, Jas. G. Boot. Mr. Boot never fully recovered from the shock and grief occasioned by the death of his devoted wife and often expressed a willingness to go and bo with her. Ho was taken ill Thursday morning July 3rd but was not considered seriously so until evening. Ho seemed to suffer littlo but gradually grew weaker until about 3 p. in. Sunday July 0th when ho ceased to breathe. Ho leaves ono sou and three daughters who will long Miss their indulgent father. Jas. G Boot was born Jan. 1st, 1818 nt Bootstown 0. Whilo quito young his father died and howent,to Cincinnati in try Produce exclusively. Prices to W&fcjnake a" specialty of Apples, Potatoes, Onion Wheat Hay, Corn and Oats. Give us a trial shipment. Wiite for ' Will do well to know that we handle Coun- wm pOYA I PIPES & DeHAVEN, Gram Brokers and Produce Dealers, THE TELL CITY PLANING POWDER Absolutely Pure. MAFUFACTUllEnS OP MILLS DOORS, SASH & BLINDS BANK HAEDINSBUEa MOWERS, BINDERS, RAKES, All the Best Machines. r FOR SALE. WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Beautiful in Style and Finish. Machine repairs of all kinds. J. BASSETT BRO., Freight Prepaid to any Station. 0 Harvest iEITOHFIELD, jky. ss GRAND. m PICNIC! U Notice & HsIH ''"'ii ifl per-tor- wr - For Sale. JKH j h 'r7HB )HHv H y. -- v , imaxivchc sj " D?.MBLETOKT, rP' I I m n m mt H IbB i H aHB IB aH Eeal'Estate iSgent ..., "llff Sim DAY INTIS mr Donfail to attend. Ai full stock of goo5 aroTfffoinr dirt cheafor cash. Puil m. H l 0'I h' "-"- - my fA t, i TrRie and Country Produce are aotf effed lo be iifcattendance. Conle one, and wi VHftuuuu w J. A. WITX, Pj 41 t. n ! in Wj. 5CKENRIDGE Sckool-da-' y JNEWS An Inters r t - LtAlf'S vifey 01 TUATI01T. Tales. ( T r Hv. r m &- 4 It was in the early part of June 1875 and ft heavy shower of rain had run us otit of tho field wherawu had been letting tobacco, and, being comfortably situated in an old barri, each one Mas telling Ids od school day experience. Jim HigrhgroHit had Juot concluded a laughable' incident, when Joo Dauber observed boys a good many years ago I went to Bch6opno session at IMillburg, are. wSf and, as thawUBJjjpurty long place in i TJin ArnKlnlni' 1.111 n K gfitdf all ... -- rf them days tho school-hous- e uuz k'fratfiu,' rother ilnrii1g"i)l!tlie same JjhiMln with two rooms, and tho rooms,' lie fitlyCcfcfcbdj, Wtefsopfrati'd' iJv a itfilh pine partlUcSf theory, ofgtle Onh rnntil uiiz fur rjnmimnr. lrpfWntvliv. Like aVJioneysuckis viila-r- (ItMnw-omiseetc., and tlio otlier wuz fur spelling JiSgc wealth and brinwwUmk mimfr B .lerrv ItasrweediJVHTK . anil sich like. It does not repV'-'- t UIili.,.1 .. .1 ""Mf"". tlw"$lie- - of tho riiitest number, MgRlie greatest ganky f ? great sjicllin feller and studied b6ok; his back good of the reimblicau' Silcottcn, wuz in tho geography class last'aniilysis it is taxAH?to tho very and they win always playin pecp-ey- e verge of robbery in liq .interest of a rv through a knot hole in tho wall. One f.uored class. As apopular measure, day Sal haihto stay at home to help her therefore, it Is either a blunder or a Mammy pick geese", and as Sal's seat w uz crime, or possibly both. innr-oo- l placo by tho window I askedtlie Mr. Blaine declares, openly that the tpaehcrifrcoidu'tset tliar. He said bill indicates badfgencralship-jiti- d hints es, and tf took my (date and rithuietic Itljjat if mil fcrcW throHgmGoHgress the ovcrand went to work.l Sal told methoi buy a pveph before thnt she had to stay at maguiuceni lomosiono ana maicc reiuiy homo next day and Jerry didn't know for a first class funeral. He bodly asserts ariything about it; so I sez to uiyscH I'll that the country won't stand it another pLiy joko on Jerry. I'ap had way of Baying that in 18J12. tho people the matter with his nose I will ring out the battered and tattered beliete the doctors called eatnrrah and party of plunder and ring in the he used a hard rubber apparatus to wash healthier policy of the democrats. Ids nose with and it mado n fine squirt He uses even stronger language gup, rgotthisjjlC of the Jnantlc-piec- o Fijdcral IctioifMlhjgp aijdgCwashed cit k i is Himeasure w nwe umwjmuc cocci. moIas-bottle and filled ikwUhTtiepjicr-sauc- o win ou lomi tttf)oui with "peii'racii and put them In my dinner buck- havoc and confusion." Its passage et. Thar w uz some grow n gals sittin be would be the most ominous incident in tween me and tho teacher and he. !tlioliistoryofwurtime8. couldn't Bee mo wry well and he djWt iThofeouthMlju'stibeginningtopull it, take mitch pains to look, as I wuz always self together. Northern capital and ? a pftrty good boy. I had my peppur- - SouUiern'entcrpriBo aro workjng shouldRiuce and apparatus all ready and about er to shoulder to develop that whole secI) o'clock Jerry looks through tho Hole tion below Ihof Ohl Kiverf Thisjbill amlsays pocp-oy'al, and about Ihifti ylll hitothtfitfcaiiitalualtho enter, iii the oyjM pnse ustingilig'Jiiossibiy' a latiil.'blQWi time took him with A big load of .pepper-saucl' Sfoney is hattirally sliy of risky invest .,, '"heard a bench fall over and in about two inciib. Ijirgo dividends fail to allure j. - H3conds tluir wag a yojlin set up equal to tyhefO uncortainfy prevail? as o p One dcyclish principal. an Indian . .i feller settin close to Jerry hollered, snake' Thc federal 'fifecfibrf bill nronoscs. and .the galn.nl! set up a deafening 'practically, to wrestjwliticill control from ' . scream and the room was emptied as mu iiiwiuM oi rcHiKiiiHiuit; iimuowjierH, quick as a hornets nestjhit by a club. tnerchdnts and manirfacJtuiers and tgive Jerry made for the Water bucket and It to an . irresiKinsiblc. clasi who have the contents of our room made for the nothing to lose and everything to gain. pnitition door1 to sec what wuz the mat- It banishes tho whitcs(toiho background uud pepper- and brings tho colored peoplo to flip ter. 'I rammed mysquirt-gu- n -sauce into my dinner bucket and front as the arbiters of fate. ' liJOke.il as n'uch surprised asany of them. It is hoped thereby to add another JprrjjjUbnldn't find much consolation in lease of life to tho republican party. thoTwJbuckot "and kept on fighting That is to say, the leaders of this party hlsjijjght eye, and tho teacher found out jjtand ready to sacrifice tho industrial wuz the matter vjth him and told prospecte,of tho whola South in order to hfm to go homo. assure themselves a continued hold on rWi Then b6th.tc:icliers set to findin out tho emoluments and pcrquisifics of vho done, tho trick, Thoycomo to mo office. aiid'benjiu8tionin' me, and I tried to Mr.BlaI he haSTtaken n hlrnnL' Mnud in ljBdg'o then? by tolling them Jerry w u opposition? to both 5f these fmeasures- BiijifecUojjsevoro attacks of neuralgia of' He has no sj nipatbyLwitlh tne recKieKS tbeojbut t&y wouldn't" hear to it and audacity oHifg partyand $js too conserva- said ifoviiz louhd to lie mo as I wuz the live to (lauuic with revolutionary only one settin thar. They searched mo methods in order to gain a temporary and didn't find any thing but a barlow advantage. ",wSr1 knife, a few slate pencils and a sring or Ho is therefore roundly denounced, two, and then I got tho worst whippin and it is even hinted that ho will bo Iioycf,gQt4ia my ljfojrl gdt overth ;foc(niesilgIrcsVirttion'ti-adi- . r JlV .1ACOI1I JAMIKOV. TlioivtyWiwil(ruJflroni!e stood for Save to D is to freedom, aha on these lines It nroused All the Qo ta tke Pells and Tete. the conscience of the country, fought a historical battle And won a splendid vicEditor NkwsXow that the election tory, Is drawing high it becomes tho duty of Mneo the days of slavery, however, it overy mart to consider well his duty to bos lived on the reputation of its juices- -' .himself and his county's beet interests so tryliko tho last degenerate scipir'of & Ji&t he.ti.iiy cast his vote in that A a v ont-noble family. m pTlkt"c!iaracteriM-- an American freeman. Of late it has been working the tlicow. alio canvass lias been a bitti-- one, but ofVr'f ctlon for all It is worth, llu tlm fkwocratlc principled if rightly present lieoiHtt aro dlscoveiing that tho ISore ed i5eU for themselves, and tinon this protection they get tho worse oSj llncve aro glad to say tho nopiinces. r 180O FRANK S.CQ0K, -: :- GROVE'S TASlfcsS CHILL TONIC The imallott infant will take it and never know it it medicine. Children cry for it. Never fail) to cure. Chilli onoe broken will not return, roit you only half tha price tf other Chill Tonics. Ko quinine needed. Ko pnrgatlve noeded. Contain! no potion. Cheaper than It it ai pleasant to the Uite at lemon yrnp. Hr, ..i .'i v my LUMBER, LATH cwMimmamTma Itparlfiei the It iUi s ' Bweet-heuivSJ- jrpputljljlMayJSIlg -- in' big-mont- l? 8 e, t J ker-wha- e. war-whoo- 'he have mado Uio fight. It now remains for the Dcmocrato to go to tho polls and support the ticket as a unit and a grand victory Is assured. Tho ticket Is n worthy One and one of our own select ing and every" Democrat should yote with a strict regard for tho pledge he made last November. To believe that any Democrat would refuse to vote tho ticket would bo to believo that he had no regard for tho honor he pledged in tho primary jmddi Is hard to believe; such a thing of ji reoranoblo man In 'sucli n time as tills Our primary election was a Depipcratfcjuiiiir. Nouotlicr party Jiad' part or lot in its managment ami no man was forced to vote in ty. ft u man wished to vpto he had the privilege of knowing every candidate before the peoplo and w hen he registered his vote he did it of his own free will and thereby pledged his saca'd honor to abidd by the result otthe election in. which ho was a factor, If afterwards he allows malice concern to move him from the political position ho took he proves to his party and to tho world that he regards his honor as less iuiortant than his personal prejudices. We trust that there arc no such men in the Democratic jHirty ; certainly there is no truo Democrat who regards a pledge of honor so lightly. The nominees made last November stand as the choice of the party they aro tho jwirty represenatives. Their defeat jointly or individually is not a pergonal matter disapiiointiiii! tho candidate merely, but is a defeat for the, party. They represent and bears equally upon every member of the party in the county. A defeut to tho Democratic ticket is something that no true Democrat wants, and e cry one of that kind will .certainly realize the inportanre of Ids pledge ntid help to carry the ticket to victory. blood and remoTesall malarial potion from the lyitem. U ai large e any dollar tonlo and RETAILS FOR SO CENTS. , qnlnine. SHINGLES, D0OES, wRfPi jrwmmimmBWm-- LWARRANTED ! rousvTiui, , ffnKiH , . SASH &c IBLIIDTIDS Estimate promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th &, mmmmwM i'OK SAUB UY U Hjt Haj Vim Co,. I'trW, Tvob t ifu.1 mc hrt ioim f rtMir 0 rote's Tute with the lot from Irsi Chill Tonte I wm 1a-wmnmrr. Tht prvfU wwt dvllititftl with It I oar Chill Tunltf t wim chfMrtn who rr rhrout nd iwtinh atiJ cm&rUtHl hAfluf k yr r, td obllU for month ait, on at ihm Pt ViPicim fktH Ul jtt ftrt PJt ToqIa tht-- j Ohiwka It wllhln tifMi ftki arwr hrginsler' with th Thill wrrt hfclt ud Mart;, with rrd aol raij mumS Uim aehftrm. D. W-- W.8T1NS0M,V. tr hd t CLOVERPOIiT, KY. 16th STS., warn gmmmmk D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. he pUco to buy SEWING MACHINE for money than any other place In the country U unichlt'es I sell aro equal td any that ents charge from $.15 to $50 for: I guarnn-Ithei- u to be whnt I say or no trade. Agontt-- l ny the maohlne is no acsount, belie the large difference In our price, but I 1)0 ou this - on everything 1 handle, cat It luir ai It can be cut. "My Motto" quick It and Jinall proDt. Qj Uryiilejf islnjer Sewing Mnehlnc arm, with all attachment". $15,60 he drawer droploaf Singer Sewing. Male, high arm, with all atinohtnetit $19.511 lod me a check or the money by register 1, and I will thlp you a machine to rany 101 me country. Kcipectfully, V' V. ADDISON, n- KY, &Mention this paper. t - drer Whal- - is Single ' StrapaTrack Addt'on.'Ky CASTORIA Dr. Saml Pltoher'a old, harmlcta aad qalok oaro for lafaata aad Childroa'a Complaints. Scperlor to Caater Oll Faregorio or Karoo tip Syrnpa. Chlldrra cry for Caatorla. Mil- lions of Mother bless Caitoria. ; 1 HARNES Prfcor$l7.. the 'The leather, Workmanship and I'inlsh arc VERY BEST. o! SAYE MONEY BYTJUYIKQ DIRECT. We can tell you CatorIa cures Both Ankles Crushed. In u railroad smash up in 1870, I had both ankles badly crushed. Soon after "Blood Poison sot in, and both legs, from liam has a new were covered with ulceratcdWes, tiiat refused all efforts to heal. I was, virtually fielpless for ten years, being bedridden most of the time. During all tho time I was attended by tho best physicians in tliis section of the State, and must have taken a cart load of medicine without, receiving 'any relief or being benefited in any way. In 1887 X was induced to try Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) I commenced to improve from tho first dose, and continued to get better, until am as, sound and well as anyuaati in the usi verse. ThisWas two years go ducolihich I haVoih'adno sorcor.iunvjminin the legs. rcturg-o- f FromiiSjVSxj-iBe1 ,c oswjicntiously beHcvelhstSWft'a SpMWcfijfefi. S.) has .1 Colic, Conrtl notion ; " I recommend Castoria for children's Sour Stomach, Dlorrhfua, Eructation ; complaints, aa superior touny prescription Olre healthy slop ; alao aiila digostlon : known to me." II. A. Ancnin. M. D.. Without narootlo stupefaction. Ill Bo. OxTorU St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Tna Ckxtato Comtant, 77 Murray St., New Tort Road Carts' from $9.BO up. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. Harnossat from $6.00 ' ' f tjiji f up TK1?!""",,. r m pIiljBL tmx f H ym 1 1 A0ME MANUPA0TUEI1TG 00. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Vt my knees down, onoftftMoroJetgoprJihTiriC V? eye but I .had to lick Jerry after that memorable, as it would also bo the most g ting hpmcjfroin school about it. The creditabje act of his public-life. teacher nailed a board over that hole He is willing either to, follow or lead imdJerry didn't get to play peep eye no his party to larger national prosperity, in'orc."' but when he sees it rushing Headlong inOur laughter was hushed by the arriv- to irretrievable folly, ho refuses to share boys-wital of several o a fresh Hu h, t jiuppl V.of nlants. and. for.t1uu.nrxt .tl lillTta y .,.. . ' . : "i ?Ho is dared taoxhibi.t, jQPft ooiunion wo jnceiuiuai '.. nau stopped . - ii tii.rtiw.l- k onso on matterslil0HliiiYpV,; 'nml iliirmlil Tt&& of o ' ulilntilnrr & jjcj japd s ' i hlsifcllow republidanregtutltiaj an TKo First Step. unpardonable sin. Perhaps you,aro,ruh .down, "Can't eat, .Whena&confiventi8t told Emerson ...n't sleei..cMt think, carftrdo anyT . ' thai the world 'wAs coming to an end tiling to your satlsfacu in,' ana y ou won- der what ails you. You should hecd the the quiet transcendentalist replied, warning, youru'bjking'tUo'firsrHtelriJ Ih1nktoHfinir oL-th- 'sucliKrcuyiStarictfs&ouId beJtlRLios nocqual'iuDlobd pUri"fier,j(i(lI cheer fully recommend it to anyne.suflering from any disease of tho btood. CiiAiii-L-s K' Hamilton, ' Hussellville, Indiana. Treatise 911 Blood and Skin Diseases mailed fri'o. , . TiibSwift Si'kcikic Co., Atlanlii-G( a r "to '? . i'ffi! sixty-olmillioi- 17VD 1AV8 . . VAWWPSC a. m ' WA W nm jmMAtiv vm nj 4, i,U L V. H Simple Bales That Are the Fdnnda-'- l tion oiJKveryday Euquetto, . r. . . . 1-- 50. "to? ropiiblicans inaugurate 01 lilctyftlfo reKinley and 0rbwdSf pw'? place. t. tho Fcdeiul Election bills the same Halfpfl'iho moment yoli enter a street follow the uso of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your Jippetito returns, rumor wjll bo alloat concerning thclij dor $M when you step into a private arty, fthtl'th i54nQraltvertlict.yii be, hall profllco. good digestion is restored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try We can net on nuite as well without it Let it Iwly pass first always unless she n bottle. Price 60c at, 0. iW. rjhdrj JN'tY. IlfeHiqNij 'ask ypi fo precede her. C'loerport, Ky and J. A. Witt, liar-in,tlip,.parior stand until every lady in TK Farmers Only Hope Is Strong1 the room is seated, also older persons, Organization. Hist' if a lady comes in after you a-- c .The Anticipate! Trip fo Old Point. '. Tho farmers aro beginning to learn heated awl stand till alio takes a seatl Tho exeiytfibns heretofore run to the ImIwkpepptifsiraightin the face when weirfopaltl frrosb"wIio thatrtheir seaslioro have so being spoken to. most pleasant trip, pud allbrd- - provement is in strong organization. speaking maSbis to Xot finlies pass through a door first, cdscTnW'h to boseciaudmimycd for AiyflJiith tlity'das has )M?eHT the-la- st d spsmalLiW outlay of tinie and mqtiby, onKinisso, yet'ijo ifcruoiupf Jsocietyi had staiulniVasidd for them. IrTTljralljnniiig room take your feat afa greaterlcauso . 01 i complaint. " IJoorv that long bo'foro.tlvo,ifily and date' is nnsides, every stitch of clothing ho wore VA A Siirren-ru- l American Artist. , ' xupunced tho trip becomes a topic of markets; joor prices, mortgugedfannB ter ladies and elders, wfs torn to shreds and tlio shoes were Hubert Ilcrkomer, the lately elected Wevor play with knife, k or spoon. weenched from tho charred and bloody fi 'tieneral . comment .. and it is... taken for und'high rates of interest give a story of . A. Wt ?;. . ... ! . est was knocked down bv the Royal Acadeinioiiin. wheo picturo tho Do not tako your napkin In a h&i-c& necssityof in feet. Tho boymanaged grjiiteu'tJiat tno luuiroiwrf will agalp f$l- -' dtoolifti&n and need. 1 shock, but ho to rise, nnd ho "Last ilnster" has titpde him famous, ftspr'Hinothor golden opportunity to others tfli easq lias at length brought our ligri- - yjband. had been on his feot again but aH was at fiw time au "Ol.Iq boy,'' although . . together in what we E?t as fast or as1jJi;sotljirs, and moment wheir-'anwhe-r enrrcntjdruck born in Ihiyaria. His parents brought Whodesltu to look oatho,I(?ngIit panor-- ,. .culturalclasses to becoaujtho meat finish tbo counpbnftnailc him. Thisjfendered him InscnsiWo and him to Ohio when he was 2 years old. but nma ej uJurwssetl iBOUHtlaarBCencry, tl.at.is lie state for powerful organiwtion iK,;,6f juo wiivu wkii il'bvv luugroom anu air IfvJn abofiifo 8 ho was discovered ovor 'they wore not successful there and re n mutlfdib beeHi written, , lOHti,liidi by hour ,T country AVe hlo no membership kfm und till they are out. . k appreciated turned later to England. There ho was b4t"wfcielket(i be seelHo bo some one who was passing,. mturalized and went to Munich. Froin. WlQTjFimM!? Wtuuil, HUH an ' If all go out tegl?rW!Kentlemen concluded Jq.nm nn. ,jariiejWUilHjiyo: .Munich Enghipd."' IHHM II view of by tic door till ladiea'ptissT A Uienco cannot produce a better rcme- - whore, hohe returned again to cartoons. " irthfriWilrl, the date of vb haiUd- begau(Wuake comity Special rulos fottho'p'outh,aro that alO lw admitted that itmtt . . .i and no . - . . . for all malarial dihcwcfl than 'C. 0. C, He wlw emploed"'fpr a time ou The 2 nw i i i .1 t. (tidily Mfc , IIMUV. Kofl 2fr aolso in eatlrigiJWa smacking ofyJips Bliouljrte TUn arwigininm If iiiey imv JJW.aiJfaM. Jf rtaiii Chill CureJ,' rieasantUo takA Jondon Onip'.nc His father waaa wood V r Aou i)tmtto'aj(xammJy tho D.irtv on 'in asMj. twgmrwwKamrwmMMP w should bo avoided. "f tk. .....1 j.i GauranWcd to euro Chilis oirg FcTtM carver uini ins moiiu'rnmnue teaclier. moHt delitfiil trip (ever offered to ot;isBPri JMPc tahcMfluJla9Bfi 'Cot er the mouth with nuntrvr napkin rw iorK worm. h. liged to fpior '.anyWiifroin ISOW Dr u. w. Bliort ' .. iCi H"tf theiraWlnir nubile iuh iihvu W to Ooiuo Dow 11. 0 They Kitft4aWfe?W ami blngto lose thing to ! a A?HKb dktfcUhoblrustlvc'iy rfJ There hnv.o less thuU thirty different jgmxtem Vet TOur trMIMriF lirni't Seai-- People, jL'a .7 tii jtvsvBiBVt MsWH v .religiie ciutted in India, xflid wuvn tue ro if nw (i n:uuv . mc AST r Sfa r Ai a nilo an adu'itiyr m.ilea it inls- 9 - .agri j ''" j.. l estabNuhed no two Always km .hy. prTvauf room nlM ivlu.tl )A DttlTir.tu tn .(ill utt. mitral rniiln'il3 were first inutp-sarfocrtim ,miMK JUW iilMOVSfJviST iimiiI"! (r.1fti r u .' " -. wknv, would .vide i AaVX tUi tf WiJK barKidn. Jiymakinir ?ob blood lvfn, tiMtlvAuffrAiiii.UHinjeMif.il.i r'uw '? m amui-m- . - Mw t V3L. ' YfArjlSW'liearirswMr frieistt!ai a liilnnr 'ainK tjfTTUjii;! or mofo or let ieiulsiviadiie-ilieiitf- c over(tud)ioirv all Ij. mv 'Vv . -- fT eorttof castesum VAiifriSBISWkK Kifm L J in lavjjl", Waek leer at tKoi'nd forit jivhuy. biittUTla.it at thoVn The iOT flMWih aa4CMriiii: Pr- wljo'TcpowJ of hfeutinnnuicincnt. lVuMe soon tins enlHng each LT ate4v all flSBSHi l and infidi fl.ik roffTiWiirr yQfiK'ct 1hI gool of senwtio t ,,ffini.tt Tly uvwriJii rrru othcmlaia MauafaetunpEVItecVril pffiilv 12, nave 11 way which WmiH; iiHhntfilJH1 If yoAjVia wfwicdi itf tHlWi mriwus (lum ti MMUWWIIS Sr."' of Mrbimini ou" to.sucli M.i bihcraaiLL'rs olh 'tlltHI W tU i4uidArCifYJcml, mm Wta All tfiiuuiitf.l lor. metlioda after one or vo K wrtivtlie 7 in.." 1aau?t ndrft,pW'iirJotii. -- UJH for the 'tttat week has been a netMl'ono reaction hi apt to lw expend vo tp"ld-vwlhe- r rC .lirica PliimAlBrlinwi ..,.., nilw.M Krn. . n. ,1K W iitj M fecmUlpqfe' I bycieatinga revukoo,otnretl- - Yorkers hero, Mr, DudeleigiV . i aw for the activity in the organiMtiolridr : ... 'Dudeldigh (lauguidjy) jfaw, mo dtdii pW newhtVii iiggesMT and glgantiQ,situ8tri enterprise tho m overy overNM aaim IJW: Misa CIhAwIi. ;Tetf)tlHih threo hnndml .tb house. AUot(iiMr'Mie' ri.iisl H miich benefit f- - 'rxfif. 10 gencraJ ten- - tude of wWrti ovwlidow8 tho mlPvJB X livly. and niiwff.niiie Riiatteredlibput li'liurfnl. ' iboViWLM JfcMttpr-wi:s which ltave or,i4iDiMaf ! cough. wmlUr fowwrwi. weuld othewhw Pittslmrg-llHletii- t. liavobee-jUomell tttioH, Tn A1abHtia, )L!lt 7,l; Bnt tk.H'nBw nople to deatlu immmmmm a utyaeiMimm'p', 4tid 'ennrukr . Ttftmrmm ,wti a caiitmet for the iMtrodm-enl- l ike kKitimate novelty I Too K..l. . iTh) tana frate rnaripptif-It1 kgrantfW, every. 1irlt..HW 'Did youfpwpow;K .1IU1IGIUU iurmcu an4y wwt'kwp thlngHMriqtlyup todates ,i unfair anuiukiy winnaa10a scHMK-k- l ltuiUj,fMHrf,s,Pit " Yes." ttf couiaa, imf Wdrk; , nil fVillNX Will. HWI Ihmhww Hway aud stick to your text.' .retniei. deisnmior eMgv " "EngtiKedr htrVs, t;ioyerxrt, y,, otttlcreuti as snd good Mnploy, when fully The rr,H will ihhub and kee coming m louj iw you up tkla iiehod ,0? 'No. Iwasfor the liHe,'but shi Ha. own Mhtl, abtni 1,000 1. Hanluwhltrg, not idway-- i M tuiinMnilkQMr llrli if. Blrmij- - announcement. kcu ' w. " ' "" prwttrru tno orotfiereo.l."--lJl' . IkrtiHL will fhfd tUoosactf remedy, for restoring your nen'bus syetciri id jts J.ndnal,! needf Nerve Toiiicand in ElectricllitL.fir voii' Nervousjrogtrutionrj You1 men If tho x EtKfrATJf? Hat lifted in saying "good bye" or how dq you do." Hat lifted when offering a Beat in a car or in acknowledging a favor. Keep step w ith anyone Jyou aro walk 'UCK BY LIGHTNING. ing with. Altvaya precede a lady up stairs, and A Kentucky Farmer Killed and Hor- $1,000,000 coal and iron making company ; Hiintsvillc a $.10,000 Georgia shows for tho oil company. week a 150,000 ore mining company, a 100,000 land and lumber company a 30,-0clothing manufacturing company, a $(1,000,000 gold mining company, and $400,000 phosphate mining company to operate in Florida. At Ocala. Fla., an $800,000 company has been organized to icrtillzors. inino anu manufacture .. 1 1 tl- - mu .. AAA AAA -iveiuucKy nun lur i.l. hutk 11 tfrt ,uw,inAj iron atfd coal company and a $5000,000 land Improvement company. In the great activity previousAt Itiehlands ly reported continues. will build capitalists Pennsylvania $500,000 iron pjpo work and at Itadford iron men from the samo State w ill erect two furnaces, 11 rolling mill, bar, bolt and rail mill, ilc, while at Ivanhoc a $500,-00- 0 company 'will build extensivo zinc works. IVhjie these great concerns are being.put Into shape tho organization of smaller enterprises, such as woodworkice factories, ing milbu brick-yardIfounilris und machine shops, goes steadily on?? In every direction there is SBiiii growtn aim increasing proipeniy, 4ased onthe utilization of tlio uncquall- Wv esources of .the favored sec- tmrnWlW second half of 1890 bids fair to show (atjilegree of activity that would havoj tjeemed almost impossible oven hvte'or eighteen months ago. A 1 South-west'irgin- ia s, mjWP ."v Polly and tlin .Minister. - Sister rtobbiuu lay upon her slclt bod watching tht," dock, the shmt of tho and occasionally talltiug- to hei Polly 11 wiwj looking irmy jwriot with glittering cje,i and brilliant bcarlet tail. It would be better, perhaps, to say that sho replied to Polly, for the pirrot was by far the most talkative. There cauii it lap tit tho door of the room. "Whoarsaiil Polly. "Come in.? said Sister Bobbins. The visitor entered nnd proved to be the Methodist tuiuibter. Polly crept , up to Mrs. Kubbinn apd cuddled close up to the iiuly's luck, hij-iher gray pate close betide her uiistiebB' cheek. After some conversation the minister proposed to Sister Uobbins that they have "a season or pr.ijer." and accordingly kne)r by her lietuide und with closed eyes and devout voiie buun to pray, Polly's e is glittervtl mow than ever. 8I10 crept imuotici'di from her place of refuge and with blow lifted elaws and noi&elebH t.tcp over : white counterpane went eloo to tne unconscious minister. She scanned him meditatively, aud then whim her head was o near his that yon would have thought hiaearwus in danger of lejn;; nipped otr, she, sud denly cried nut jn tjio elearest tones: "What iu the woId are you. doing?" Sister Robbins finds it lilud to Convince the minister that they have family pruyers. lie says Polly's' evidence is against her. WidoAwdL-o- . sun-beam- s u The H. W. HERJDON CO., t Produce & Gen!raVComml,i No. 144 Third St., kL-y LOUISVILLE, Ky. "g5 A A K mmv9&mmmmA 1 w 9-Jmk f ?J iSttS'il ;&&& x?nzv&2F Qk vvo bi jno5 pieifeurcfl didsbuy. K '' thb)aroa1iout. A small girl nm to her mother the other day .'nobbing 113 if her heart would ribly Mutilated By an Electric 'breaki and burying her head in her lap Bolt. cried out that bIiu would uuver, never Louisville, July 15 Bernard Clifford, a play with jier pister Emelino again.) Why, my child, whAt ha3 Cmolino wealthy farmer living near LaGrange, was struck by lightning yesterday and dono"'" the limfher nqked. "Oh, uiammaf she haa said something instantly killed. lie was just going into tliat has his stable witli his little step-soWillie declared, just brokott my heart," tho chit sobbing yet more violently. Smith, when the lightning was seen to "What was itV envelop him and the crash was hearth The child paused u moment in the midst The current struck him just over tho ear, of her wild wcoping as if trying to think; burned a hole through his head glanced then her tears burst forth afresh. down tho left arm, tearing tho flesh fro.n "Oh, niumina," she cried, "I can't ro- the bonesa In a twinkling it wvTis done member what it was, but it was so cruel and the unfortunate victim sullered no that bIio lrw broken my heart." Youth's pain. His stomach wasfiightfully wasjiterally burned out. Be- Companion. hardly known1 what n muti-iutiPan- llroliou Hearted. The sorrows of childhood aro roal enough while they last. Hunpilv, however, they aro not only-bri, but often !so much oy the surface that wonhe r' ef 8uf-fe'ro- r Ind. EVajJisaille, ?i i The Einest on. Earth. Tho ClncinnaiiyHamiliion L DaytoBfl.R. is tho only line running Pullman's Safety Vestibuled Trains, witli FRUIT-TR- EES Chair, Parlor, Sleenlna and Dining Car scrvk-- between Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chlcaqo, and is the Only Line 1 uniting Through Reollnlna Chair Cars between Cincinnati, Keokuk nnd Springfield, III., Apple, Pencil, Pear, Plum, Cherry, und Combination Chair and 'Sleeping Car &c. Cincinnati to Peoria, III., Full lino of email Fruits for And the Only DIRECT LINE 1890. Writo for special prices Fall Per-feptib- H o IOO.OOO f ... m h L -- -.. 0ued between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo on lota. It will pay you to buy Detroit, tho Lake Regions und Canada. The road Is 0110 of tho oldest in the your trees at homo. State of Ohio and tho only hno entering AHjdock warranted truo to nnmo. Cincinnati over tnenty-flvmiles of track, and from its past record can double nitre than assure its patrons spocd, comfort nnd safety. CLOVERPORT, KY.. Tickets on sale cvcrywlic'c, and 'sec that they read C. 3L & D., eitiier in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or Toledo Q W. S. ASHBY. vjl wli-consciou- . Gentrul snd E. OpWcCORHJCK, Ticket Agent. 51 . ilf boX-JiBiounce. d, Wj'f timckyVhut ir IUSB-UU1- ui m . LOUISVILLE (SttOIIUP 4 ST. L. Ht UK. (L. . It.) TO to, ... -- A3 $$ j. J'Sj -v & - 1 JP"' mw WmmFmA yw -- ij r- -- SHORTESTblCkEsf' AMD SBfiX ffDMM . LIKE y"nay vjinLainuiir i'i'Bii"y' frlrTr"r'iir 11- huhh ClnHL mTm -- .M im ., rJr f Mi-,1- 0 St, Louis. Evansvillel ijr" . W 0-,- 7n W'est. and V h " i ft ..n ANU A1TI. I'DI N I'M South-Wea- l. . "Ppu. Humfiiuet.' Srscpca are cten tinoMJy i.ji cjbef ullj prapued preaerlpllons I tued tor Sunny In prlyats practice with iuocM,aD(l ilrtyrraruuixlbz.tb0 people. Krerr auuile Kuo- the dlw&s. named. W clCou a --.pedal cure forwlljiout drusgiecr, parg- Tsese Hpaelflc cur ore m fact ana iovr - .Ti v !.' Mt. mW J "Wi s tf TiBk6nbiB EffcJ Dec, 16t ;&&t ' MLfi i WE 7 1 xjSt or rnixcirlfr j'iy Slffi& . -1 eftbe'World. ,,,,;..:,:,;;,-- riuci. ffl .k-r . Mi 4''t a raBfttvhen WPi,l Wi m'Bmm vmmm&k w . kdaWid tm& W J m ' n.KriRK .. lie z:z jU.M........-''P-For furtbcf Ufertaatloa frJllJrS, S 0DIQRNE... Gen'tl'- - Ag't, Louuvlllo, Ky, CITB-C- it 1' 1 n t mt. I - LERYANT. Trav. PaHfj'r Ag't, LouIitII), Ky. 1 ' jf vWf uri 'H MX -- M tlt tBlef.', elsc-witer- o, sir-ilwj- gojM-JMiie-- nt : -- f-- m fH SfllETS . BtJY OUE 1tBHNntK AIl.ttt, llheumntlol'alM. . Chllla. MaJarla. Fl ... lei, Wind or UUxxthw In tho Head. tarrb. iBfluenxa. Cold Cowha. 2S wibeealur Clausbt Violent eral HlMAaaK .. .. ..... aw nfHUt.iB7fincBBv . 'erloda. reaaedorl'ntB. ami tea. tooi'roriw l'rrloda ... .. roup, . nit KUcam, Jrlpcla-Cough, utmctuiureuHiiiMt Kniptlona, my avepala, Bllloua tUoniarl L.. ohzqp, Cold, uruucfuiw -lumlorla. Toothartio.Vacc.ilie ... . .. ; .r. .... elica, EMCKueauaoue. venicu -- An. vou 1: Ms f liability .......... We . !. . Wkeaa. I iapBan,iwrw"... .... . ? V r Sold by promUM, or aent pmrtpald on receipt pajHH) Ttity bouad l sloUt aud.tfoid. BwHcd thtg. ?. . J J. - ' M' ,Zt -- J. D. BARRAGE. n. Cr SPECIFICS. & Sir -V 5rl i $qpF J- - J -- V Jts jr