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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890073001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V Jf V(i)R 3BW StV n 'XfP THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ,. $ :? - CLOYEKP01jE; - .. a BsBNTUg,' WEDNESDAY, .are: &,i-l-- mi a& "4-" .i& 'u- - JULY 30, 1890. : NO. 1. A&TEK I .' Mm VJi ! K. GNKKEN' t VI Choler i Cure s ot TOMANS WORLD. ! RICH s' sowns OAN - fobS&.he trousseau TioTda .'.aYbvni cyYuet.rjays t.wt against thu onslaught of tho:r.offc sea tYnvttflicMcr than am known fabric It doesn't cling too closely, and wetting JL3 till Q Mici'liIali'H.'WIdittr. i Sf. MAMDIimroiRGr ARCHDUCHESS, ... y rnfiicr improves its In.' :'X'. -- litcliahjjo. Sfutteri' I'craounl Cuticcrtilr.? 'Women Vlio Arc ruinous nnd Some AVIni Are Not Hints About Siiininrr anil llousfkreiilngf. Orfsnlug f ru P' J. If -- 1 V chickens die pvery year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the. week. Tho fact of so much magnificence and discovery of a remedy that positive finery nbont to be exposed to tliO vulgar cures it has been made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a gaze was, in anticipation, regarded ns a treat which many a fair onujwould trial. A bottlers cnoiiglQbr irare willingly aud heroically havesacrificed one hundred chickens - It is guarnota little to behold. F1V0 saloons in of the "Itadetzky Apartments" of tho anteed If, after using g a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly wero set apart for tho exhibition, satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken aud thu rich assortment of marvels of Cholera, return it to the undersigned tho toilet nnd of domestic economy generally" were certainly bet off to no mean and your money will be refunded. advantage, tho display nurpnss$ng and that is saying a great deal tho most sanFor sale by G. W. Short. Clovorport, Ky. guine expectation!) of the severest lady critics. Household linen was on view KEVCa FilLS FLESHT TO TAKE. in piofusion, while articles of underclothing wero in texture and stylo nil that possibly could be desired. The wedding presents of tho imperial parent a and of the various members of tho imperial family to the bride elect conbihted of jewels of great price, of serviceable aud ornamental plate, of porcelain and glass, besides a quantity of beautiful lace. Tho gowns and "costumes" of her imperial highness will not Tho nnlv Certain and Hil'cctnal Care be completed till just beforo the wedfor Chills an J Fever, Intermittent, llemittetit, Ililloai nnd Malarial Fever. Dumb Ague, ding da, to the pronounced mortification Swamp Fever and all Diseases originating of a largo o:;entagc of the would be from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. Perfectly harmless, contains no Arcdilc gazers, who in the i.bteilce of the one be Riven to or Quinine and canperfect safety.tlio most thing needful to complete the trousseau with .delicate perbon category went so far as to resent tho As a Tonlo for Tired Feeling, Loss of Appetite Headache, Nervous Depression rnd omission as a personal affront. The ow Spirits originating from Malaria, Ustands costliness and beauty of the jewels nnd ioiio and without a Parallel. however, a lItICT3,J III DrvggUt$ centrally. Bottle. precious stones went, the greed of long $1.00 Sot way toward appeasing that section of fair humanity who find reJ. C. MENDENHALL & CO., tou rnoiiuiTOiis, demption in sill'' nnd ralvation in stuffs, Vr.iSSl'ITtT.E, Ind V. 8. A. and who.-- e weakness for psravols uud SOLD AND WARKA..TKD II V hats is chronic mil iiicmable. 50-ceritwo-thirds Thousands mlCZ worth Df dollars her imperial highness the Archduchess Mario Valerie, youngest daughter of the emperor nnd empress of Austria. The excitement reached its culminating point on the intelligence being echoed abroad that tho Vienna public would bo admitg ted to a suite of apartments iu tho (the imperial residence) f o inspect the trousseau on a certain day between certain hours in tho latter half of the Ilof-bur- Much excitement of n'eensational ldtid lias been roused in tho breasts of the fair sex of Vienna relative to tho magnificent nnd truly imjwrinl trousseau got up by tho chief Austrian nnd Hungarian linns for tho approaching 'nuptials of Hof-hur- Per ThjU-liY- i have von laurels at shows of this kind, and on the present occasion enough cannot bo said in praise of tho artistic ingenuity and tho originality of conception characterizing tho diadems, the "colliers," tho bracelets and the rings. Equal praise is duo to the manufacturers of tho linen and tho makers of tho law, while some portions of the needlework, embroidery, stitching nnd the like, in the chasteness of its design and finibh, weie, to use tho words of a lady admirer in tho crowd, "irresistibly lovely." Vienna Cor. Galignani Binla-Po.-n- h the and im"uitMhLiOne thatj jewelero and Mlverniuitli-- ' of lenna n' fme aflLHR&i v SHOW CASES. SAs!c for catalogue . Messenger. A NiiiiUu III. lift' lliimiut. Tuesday owning about 8 o'clock the neighbor-- of Mrs. Kate Lynchbar were much alarmed to hear a succession of shrieks issue from that lady's residence and ran instantly to her assistance. They met Mrs. Lynt'tbar, who is a widow, as she rnshe.l from the house holdiilir her hands toherhead, lint it was some time beforo sho could calm heivelf sufficiently to tell theiu what was tho matter. Her story was that having an engagement to go to church sho had gone into a spare room for her bonnet, which, on coining home from morning service, she had put temporarily on a tnblo in tho room. She picked up tho bonnet, noticing that it seemed unusually heavy, but put it on her head, or tried to, for 9he was prevented from doing so by tho presence of somo body iu it too largo to permit her head to enter. Beforo sho could snatch it off, however, whatever it was struck her on tho head, sho said, nnd frightened out of her wits sho toro off tho bonnet and what sho declared she know by the feel of its slimy body to be a snake. Though believing tho lady was mistaken in thu thiug that had been in her bonnet her neighbors proceeded to thoroughly search tho room and finally discovered a small puff adder behind a dressing case. Tho creatnro showed fight, but the numbers being unequal it was at last dispatched. Thero being on tho island no snakes of that kind, which is extremely venomous, tho only explanation of its presenco is that it must havo been brought from Mexico. in ono of tho fruit schooners plying betweon there nnd this place, nnd probably was concealed in a bunch of bananas Mrs. Lynchbar had that day purchased. Her hair prevented tho blow the snalro gavo hor from inflicting a wound, which iu all likelihood would havo proved a serious matter. Galveston Cor. Philadelphia Times. ! TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn iiimc rner " oaf lnaliublettaafu.1wnlnuoMiroryeariwii.ni)iK;..ulr,.u, and thu. wa ar. repaid. Wa pay all epreu, freight. tic. Aiier you know all. If you would Ilka lo f o lo upward!. ui, ryu can AdJrttt, and iWn irom tlUO to WOO par wetkrdrtluuil, Maine. Htiueuil ACo.,lto;lt(l, Jwatcu in the HiiitkMper Warranted ftOUP gold liuntmc cant J Both ladlaa'and (inl'a filtl. r who wofKi ana 01 femial alua UXE PIUJO.llo tain locality can aacurt ona . lofctiifr wiib our iara W.H"4a34Laa"aBraiid valuable luieofllollaeheld Trie.0 eampiM.ai wen mkJ!-- 4r'riumlill-e- . aps "nAIW Alltfct WOI YOl w tend ou lo tlwea' who call-r- out do It fa ihow wbal alwajl rainlll frltnde and ntlrhbora and tlioaa about jrou-l- lilt "lMP UWIIKtW SIMANnlKI (In: Watch VS2.Horth SIOO.UU. world, FREE. eiiti mmwm TBBxMrrZ&siWjj iiS r.rf.cl kuty. maadmSi lT.ik...ViniFP. urrt Chicago & ONLY Return $7.00. PATR.-ARCH- S T. M Hr Via C. H. & D. and MONON ROUTE From Cincinnati, nnd one cent per mile for the round trip from all ntations Bouth of f Desl.l t.-- 'Occasion of tho MIEITANT and I. 0. 0. F. MEETING. Tickets on sale August oth and Oth good returning until Augiiht 11, 1890. Also Excursion Tickets: at Ono Faro for tho Hound Trip from banio points will ho on palo August 11, 1800, For further information address nearefct Agent C. II. & 1). U.K. E. O. McCORMICK, General Passenger and Ticket Agent HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR For 30 Years a Success. . Huatl tliiH 'runtliiiony thou A Novel llutliluir Continue. The latest dovice iu bathing costumes conies from tho other sidi, where it was made for an English woman who has already worn one similar to it during a season L" i38J 7.4 MUs , writes : Your Hughes' Tonlo for chilli and fever has never failed yet, nnd I htvo sold It to a miaibor of ohro- ,flIo cases. It euro them overy Hue " ,zk for that Hughes' Tcnto ts tho best chill tnnll I ever tried. I conilder It better than ij'ilulno." CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. U. W. iMoUonnld, Mure! Hill Ark..ayi: "lean TICV I'f 'or Vourkolfa wy Utlert Me thett: j'rnjirittori ire BETTER THAN QUININE. Doroy Co., Mr. M.M. Ke.ter.on. certify to the fact Hughes' Tonic and takeKoOiher SMALL SIZE, B0CENT8. l'UKPAPKD BY r'MIUt. - iii.uu rcn qui iul, ET i c i. i wr .: l 'jl A NSON-PETT- hml v LouUvlllo, CO., I-- ForSalebyDruiftlsts. tbel hh ynr pnper HHd senXilre lltl HsaHlh, satiu tho heavy, glossy quality that comes with u linen back. Tho bodice is laid over a tight 'fitting lining of jean, which is enough support to tho figuro to enable tho wearer to dispcilso with the stiff corset which many bathers consider indispensable. It is high up nbont the throat and but. toned securely with cut jet balls. Th satin is gathered back and front, nnd tin fullness is "gaged" from tho bust lint down to a few inches below tho waist, where a fnll skirt reaching nearly to the kueo' is set on with a "buttercup shirring." There nre no tdeoves. In each annsizo (s set a crescent shaped piece, 'times at the which luce avtus shoulder and is tied with a black sill; tights, with small satin cord. Black-siltrunks nnd shoes of soft black felt that aro very pointed at the toes, somewhat like tiro "shoou" of the period of Rich-iv- .i TH rmnnlnhi tji'C outfit. The fair at that kaleidoscopic seaside resort, Trouvillo. It is made of black Tun (ilrN liuuiiro a I5ur;;lir. band, and in beautiful motherly devoI.OCATKD AT Misses Lulu and Ella Lewi.i had n.n extion to her four children. About tiie citing experience with a u.'.j.m burglar elegant apartments, 011 tho walls, iu the Hardinsburg, Brcckonridgo County, Ky. at their homo "niches, everywhere, nnjjfeniinders of thf is tho retiring postmlstrggjof, Gallatin lamented sbldlcrto whom her life was Tenn., nnd it was knownyjWtlieirwould so complctelvjiven. Portraits, busts, : bo burglar that filnJ"hau- considerable souvenirs of tho gallant Phil, his equipllOAUI) OF TltUSTKHS. money, which she had jui.t received in ments nnd relics of tho war aro hero in JAMES HI.S1I01', I'rcsiilent, Ilanlinshurg, Ky,. paymeut forherpostofilco fixtures, which profusion, and tho youthful .looking , .1 . J J. E.N.s Seeretarv, she had sold. ; "' raqther', surrounded1 by children whose Dr. A. M. KINC1IELOE, Treasurer About 12 o'clock sho wan awakened tender nffections center upon her, m , ;,.,' f J. 11. MTJJY, by a man, who was standing by her an ideal picturo of a departed solJAMES 1. GARDNER, with ono hnnd on her throat and dier's homo. Mary, Jho oldest of the j tho xither feelin-- tinder her pillow and children, Li bright, pretty girl f 14; : i J FLOTJOli-TiZ around tho head of'tlia bed. ,S!io immeLouisol ami Irene.Tthii" twin daughters, . U. IVSHACKLiriT, Principal, diately called her sister, who hadTotired aro dainty'mitcs'offlS, aud little Phil is ijuiguageand Science. . in tho same room, who resiwuded gala delicate looking lad of 0. Thero is 1). J'. TAYJ.OK, calls for help. lantly to her thro'nghout tho household a delightful Mathematics and Pun. Intermediate Department. Tho burglar drew a pistol from his air of graceful refinement, ono of the Eleinantary Department. 1 pocket nnd cocked it, but . before" he . diligent care oir the part of thisl'riinarv Department. could use it tho youu-- ladies 'seized liiiii exemplary mother. Cor. Philadelphia ' MISSLINIEHASAVEI.L, nnd gave him a tliorou'rli slugging, all Times. Vocal and lustrum ntal Music. r' T .i tho time carrying him toward tho winMI'S. VIOLA SIIACKLKTT, J The Tallur Muilo Ctrl. dow of tho room. Brush Painting and Ira von. N. C. MOSELEY, M. k, Tho tailor made girl becomes more Tho young ladies finally reached tho ' Loelurvron Phvsiologv, Anatomvaud Hygiene. in attiro overy season. Just window with tho midnight marauder, JAMES (i. HAS WELL, LL. 11., and by main streiigthVtlfey succeeded in now tho fancy ruin to a suit of rough Lecturer on Political Science and Literatim'.' throwing him out. Iltf fell to tho ground, homespun or gray tweed, innocent oi Duties divided lietween the Primary and Intermediate Teachers. teu feet below, on his head. After lying trimming and depending for its characTil liit uniitiliixl as if stunned by tho blows and his exit teristic Miinrtnchs on the cut and fit. from tho room above ho pulled himself Tin bodico ij made habit fashion, with a together and inado his escape. Atlanta littlo tail pieco nnd u r.lep collar showing Hardinsburg, tho count v seat of Breckenridge county, is a licautiful a dandy looking while Marseilles tie Constitution. town of"lihout SOU inhabitants. It is located on the Fonlsville branch of thu pierced by ta diamond pin, while the skin L., St. L. & T. R. It., about sixty miles from Iuiisvilio. It may, also, be St) leu In Dancing CSiiunit. reached via Clovcr'rort, a town on the Ohio river, from which point we isfttedtotho figure with no fullness For dancing skirtsnro cut to justtouch ori'jlds, either iu front or at tho side3, have a daily stage line. The people nre kind and hospitable; so that the tho ground in tho back and clear the but with a few plaits spreading out in pupils w ill find pleasant homes among them. point of the foot in front. Ft;ovening gnveful, fanlike form at tho back, givCALENDER FOR I890-- - 91. parties tho favorite materials aro bright ing spring to tho short little tails of tho First Term of ten weeks opens Monday, Sept. 1st, 18iK) taffetas, crepe, tnllo and gauze: for ov. lUtli, leuo Second Term ban pie. Tho popularity of this tailoi ii dances various fine woolen fab- made dress is duo in a measure to its Jan. lllth, 1WI1 Third Mar. :i0th, 18!ll rics aro admissible. ' implicit rules su- cxclnsivcness.Tor thero in not a woman Fourth " " " June 8th, 18ill preme, especially in 'girls' dresses, and outt-ideight Fifth of tho tailoring profession whe what trimming thero may bo is confined can cut, fit and pivs a suit of this kind. COURSE OF STUDY. to the hem nnd the bodice. Silk skirts I'llIMAllY COUIISK. Now York Pros'. are plain in front uud at. tho sides, with Rending To the Fourth Reader; Spelling Words found in Reading, empire llutes iu i back, and a quilling and 400 selected words; Arithmetic To Confmon Fractions; Geography-Ora- l A Tnloli for a )u!lt. a at the bottom inado of three or four Lessons; Writing The Small Letters and the Capitals" Grammar Late Wednesday night a young woman Write on Simple Subjects. Drill on Parts of Speech; Composition uf silk plaited thickly. Transparent who was loitering in tho evening air 011 tissues aro gathered, though not closely, the piazza of her ho.n. in Preston disELEMENTARY COURSE. and only tnllo of tho lightest kind is used covered b'y,tho li.'f.itnin Hash a man in Reading Fourth and Fifth Readers; Spelling Words found in Readdouble. Much of tho gossamer is eming, and Spelling from Spelling Rook ; Arithmetic Completed to Discount ; a suspicious attitude near tho pantry broidered with gulands of flowers, window. She could hardly believe it Grammar Svntax and Parsing; Mental Arithmetic; Writing; Como-fiitio- n To St vie ; Geographv Western Hemisphere; Civil Government Greek patterns of ribbon running possible, but a second Hash of lightning llistoi v of the Government and legislative Department ; History To the through embroidered olive branches and reassured her Sho did not scream or Revolution; Physiology Including the Rony, Muscular, Digestive and Louis XIV festoons caught up with true faint or flutter, but walked calmly into Circulatory Svste'ms. lovers' knots made of ribbon entwined tho house nnd let out tho dog. A INTERMEDIATE COURSE. iu scrolls of fjowors. Net skirts nre later a stampi'do proved that tho dog Reading Sixtli Reader; Spelling 800 Selected Words; Elementary threaded with civet ribbons or darned had found something to chase, and iu a Arithmetic Completed ; Ilarvcv's Grammar Completed ; Composition Comwith rows df fioss silks.in colors. Bod- few minutes tho animal returned with a pleted ; Geography Completed ; History Reviewed and Completed ; Civil ices of conrFP recall the decoration of recognizable portion of tho man's Irons-e- r Government Itexiewod and Completed; Physiology Completed. the skirt to a certain extent, and usually in hi mouth. The bold Preston girl TEACHERS' COURSE. made full, wilh the high shoulder pnf- - will add this trophy io her crazy quilt. . l licadin;.', IVumiiuxhip. Orthography, Higher Arithmetic, Elemental'-siiyli-'Grammar, Geography, Rhetoric, riiysiologx, I'Iivmi's, away bows ot UiniiaiTii.,rar ucestantl-iuHU YJIOovernment and Pcdugotfy. up like wings. New York Sun. 'lliu .Joan of Ami Com! tunc The Joan d'Aro costume, about wide!' Gin. I.ce'K C'liitriulii; Single and Double Kookkeepiiu;, Commission, so much, is said nnd written, is of fine llnnklnS. GniininarRmTieH"!,'. Ihisincss Correspond A trait that would havo distinguished white cashmere embroidered in silver Commercial Arithmetic and Commercial LinvTv ence, Mbss Mary Lee, tho younger daughter of The skirt j slashed to reGen. It. L. Lee, among politicians is her veal a silver gray faille petticoat, and the ENGINEER'S COURSE. ,.: ,,.,. .ii,.;,Ki ..... .. ';..-,,- , i.' 7:7rtJf1iau wonderful memory for faces' and names. bodico is of tho same gray silk, with a Even a casual acquaintance met years vest and collar ornamented with a flenr ics, English Grammar, Rhetoric, Chemistry, Physics, Geology nnd Mineralogy. beforo is not forgotten, aud meeting him framed in arabesques of silver SCIENTIFIC COURSE. several years afterward sho at onco braid. The white cashmere sleeve caps Rhetoric, Logic, English Literature, Metaphysics, Ethics, Physics. speaks his name and recalls all tho are hhaped in rounded turrets and outChemistry, Physiology, Zoology, llotany, Geology, History, Politics, Civil of their former meeting. Miss Leo lined in silver braid. Tholiat worn with "Government, Political Economy, International Jjiw, Arithmetic, Algebra, camo from Egypt to witness tho unveilthis costumo is of white straw, with the Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytics, Mechanics, Astronomy nnd Calculus. ing of thq statno of her father. Sho has upturned diadem brim faced with gray CLASSICAL COURSE. spoilt tho last live years in Portugal, velvet ornamented directly in front with Includes the Scientific Course, Lutjn Language nnd Literature, and France, Russia and tho island of Madeira. ..silver Exchange. Greek language and Literature. Miss Lee arrived in New York entirely unannounced to her many friends REMARKS ON COURSES. Secretary I.ui;Mcr. here, who woidd havo. gone in troops to Tin: I'm.M.vja', E.i'mentauy and Intkiimkmatk Couitsix Miss Loniso Bayard, who is visiting The work iu these courses will embrace a thorough and systematic tho dock to meet her instead of allowing Miss Elizabeth Moorhead, of Ellsworth drill in tho public school branches, so that pupils regularly completing hor to r,tan.l alone for two hours on the Hvcnue, Shady Side, is tho daughter of these courses will be eminently fitted for any of tho other courses. pier in a cold, drizzling rain. She had Bayard. Sho has been a The instruction will bo so given as to develop all the powers of the expect-':- ! ti fi.ijit hot in New York, and great success in Washington society, mind evenly in their natural order, and tho subjects will be so nnalyzed ns pack?! awy all hr wrap. bafora landhaving had the eulrca through her fato enable tho pupils to retain the greatest amount possible and, at the ing, thereby contracting a severe cold. ther's official position lo tho most exclusame time, utilize what he knows. Sho is a tall woman of distinguished sive, circles of the capital. In appeal-ancTEACHER'S COURSE presence, and possesses that vivacious she is tall and slender. Her hair i e The time is here, when a teacher can no longer sit in tho charm of manner and brilliancy of conbetween light and dark. She has a very six hours per day, drawing his salary at tho cud of each month, and be reversation which nro nature's best gifts pleasant nnd intellectual countenance. tained ns a teacher. to her sex. Mits Leo will remain in Sho is a young lady of remarkable No teacher will, in a short time, bo recognized who is not up with his America visiting friends .in tho south jtrength of character, and made a very work and who does not grow with it. This course has been arranged esfor a fvw months, when sho will sail for good impression on Pittsburg people. pecially for tho teachers of this and adjoining counties", so ns to more thorRome. New York Cor. Richmond Disoughly fit tliem for their work and to enable them to procure county cerPittsburg Press. patch. They receive, not only a thorough and "practical, knowledge of tificates. the branches taught, but nlso special methods of presenting those branches . It is uow perfect ly permissible fpr a l'rutty niul llnld us u to their nunils. . .. .... . ! .5 11 A remarkable criminal case was de- young mother to walk along tho streets teacnere mm cuii- Tlio largo oxpcrienco ot inu nncipai 111 msirm-uuof Now York with her child,. Heretocided beforo United States Commissioner ducting Institutes, and tlio success with wiiicn 111s moors iiavo dccii Tavener at Parkersburg, W. Va., tho de- fore such a thing has not been countenttended at this point, during tho past year, vurrants him in asserting that Tlio last term of eight weeks will satisfaction can bo given in this course. fendant being Mrs. Gertrude Russell, a nanced. Sho might lead an ugly, heavy bo devoted entirely to teachers desiring certificates and better grade cer young married woman of great personnl jawed bull dog by a string, carry a pug tificates. beauty aud a member of a wealthy Law- or terrier or accept tho escort of two Pupils may enter at any timo during tho term, nnd they will bo rence county (O.) family. For solno men in no way related to her; sho might charged nt the rates of $.'1.'20 per month for tho remainder of the time, nlso have tho attendance of a maul or months past numerous instances have always in advance. occurred on botli sides of tho river in man servant along with an infant, or MUSICAL COURSE. rim about, but to bo nlono with tho tho vicinity of this city where parties This course will bo in chnrgo of Miss Linnie Haswell, who has so sucapplied to to furnish change for 20 gold little ono was tho worst possible form of cessfully conducted tho class during the past year. Comments upon her as street etiquette. pieces havo found themselves in im accomplished lady and an experienced teacher would be out of place of gilded silver half dollars. here, ns her reputation as n teacher is well established. Miss Elaino Goodale, tho poetess, is After complying with tho request for a Practice will bo combined with theory, and no pupil will bo permitted long timo it could not bo decided who government supervisor of education to pursue this course without a rigid prosecution of the theory of music. tho very slick crook was, but ten days among tho Sioux. Sho lives in cump or LECTURES. ago Mrs. Russell, it is charged, went reservation iu tho most primitive way, Resides the daily class drills, lectures will be delivered from timu to traveling from ono Indian villago to into a local bank and attempted tho timo on tho various subjects taught, and to test more thoroughly tho trick, which failed. Sho was arrested another on horseback or in a "prairie pupils power and knowledge, they will bo required to outline, to write schooner." Sho deliberately prefers this and, had her preliminary examination, essavs and to deliver addresses on all subjects taught. to being defended by J. B. lifo her tho social success which a woman REGULATIONS. talent and culturo might comJackson nnd three other prominent at- of No examination will bo required on entering. torneys. Sho was held for tho federal mand. No reAll tuition payablo in advance, unless otherwise arranged. grand jury in $1,000. Tho defendant Miss Vida Croly, daughter of Jenny duction for absenco unless caused by sickness. In no instance will money fainted when tho announcement of tho June, goes to Europe soon as chaperon bo refunded, but a duo bill good at any time will bo given. result was made by tho commissioner. Pupils will not bo permitted to "loaf" around on the streets, but will of a littlo sister but a fow years her Baltimore Sun. be required to attend to all duties placed upon them. No pupil will bo junior and equally as pretty. Miss permitted to be absent from recitation without the Mrinission of tho Croly has tho delicate beauty of color . iV"U'i,,aU IMuya Nor Neither that tho world raved about in Mrs. TUITION FEES. Q Thero is an old lady musician in this Langtry Foven years ago. SI. CO per month. city who as a ;nusical prodigy surpasses in Primary course Tuition ' " Elementary course - - - - --'.00 " everything elso of record. Her friends Do not light a sick room at night by " " Intermediate course - - - - 2A0 " havo furnished her a room in one of tho means of a jot of gas or a kerosene lamp " , .'1.20 " " Other courses downtown blocks, and thero sho can bo burning low. Nothing impoverishes tho Painting lessons in oil 50 cents per lesson. seen and heard at all hours of tho day, air sooner. Use sperm candles or tapers J'ortrait painting $10.00 for five lessons. It is not known whether hor friends nro which burn fipcrni oil. Instrumental music with instrument S4.00 per month. lovers of mnsio or not, but nt any rato Tuition payable in ndvanco for ten weeks if not otherwise arranged. sho is never asked to piny when visiting To remove claret stains from tnblo BOARD. them. They probably belong to that linens rub on salt as soon ns possible at Hoarding can bo had in private families, at hotels or class of people who never appreciate nnd uash iu the ueuiiI wny. If not enpor week. Room rent nt from 40 cents to 50 cents per from S2.00 to homo talent. The lady has four diligent tirely removed apply lemon juu't- and pupils. Her unoccupied timo sho s'kmhIs try in the sun. week. Tho pupils may find pleasant homes in any of tho following fam. iu practicing, Sho cau teach tho theory lies: .Mrs. Amanda Smith, Mrs. Moreman, Mrs. Vessels, Joo Ruzby, nnd of music well, but cau play very little. Merit Wins. Mr. Will Boa,rd and D. II. Severs have been keeping boarders tho past Two pieces nre nil that sho has ever tried citizens, tlint Board and tuition need not cost moro than S28.00 per ttr.n of ten Wo desiro to say to our year. to play, ner .studies aro now concenfor years wo have been soiling Dr. King's trated on the last measures of "Home, TEXT BOOKS. Sweet Home," wid if sho lives long New DIseovory for Consumption, Dr. Tho Eclectic Series will ho used in tho Primary, Elementary and In. King's Now Life Pills, Uucklen's Arnica enough she will probably tsoablo to play tormediatu courses, and in other departments almost any text book on the all of It, "Days of Absence" is her stand- Salvo and Electric Bitters, and havo nevsubject wll do, as the subject, and not tho book, will bo taught by, anil she is able to play it clear through, er handled remedies tlmt soil as well, or Wo hold that tho true provinco of school is to teach pupils how to have given such universal satisfacSometimes, when tho spirit moves her, that to guarantee think andte retain as much ns possiblo of that which is studied. din sings the word"! of "Oh! An"; tion. Wo do not hesitate Rhpdy" to this TTj.Tat H" ZZZZ71 tliom every time, nnd wo stand ready to Tho success with which our labors at this place havo been attended if satisfactory refund sound well. Sho says: "I cracked my results tho purchase price, use. These proves that satisfaction has been given, and as long as wo merit your good tlo not follow their voice counting timo for my scholars to remedies havo won their great popularwill and patronage wo beg for a liberal share of it. play by, and if I can't play or sing very ity purely on their meritB. G. W. Short, For further information apply to the Principal, at Hardinsburg, Breckwell I understand music well enough to Cloverport, Ky., and J. A, AVitt, ' inridge county, Ky. teach," Indianapolis News, Ky. rocently.-nMis.jjEd:iiLov- Mrs. Sheridan has nlmosiittcrlyAvith- (inwn iiroiii TiiciKvonup3fcYuuiutnc wWfiIofllrr really. .WW ilr 1 fIIOIIIU (IU UCUUUIU1 Rlolle Island nvonuo "sliof lives in'quict, unostentatious gnfii 191 nor loveu Hus- 'i Mormalinstitute OFFICERS jj-y1 1 11 11 11 11 , GREGORY & CO,, Headquarters for fil Reaped and Moive& Grain Drills, Ferlilizrr CempntMieh- iirnn Plniler, Salt, Lime. 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BawnTj!??wHi lifi laTilWllB.aaaaaaaai s w l Bgjgftgglgggg,, LITlJTjffAQilfiiilklalLBLBV rg, mb -- " "" BHHiHHs Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, JULY 150, Tin: RKTROSl'JiCT AND PROS- - g 1'JiCT, m t- w ? ' r-- something about the present time and present conditions of oliti(-a- l JNO. D.BABBAGE affairs that prompts us to an earnest consideration of the party as well as the Im N( ('. A 1. I.ocnl Time Curd. Mall and Express going Kit. ........ V 51 a.m. present. For more than a quarter of a under " West M sun. century our country has " 5.5 p.m. llcpublican rules, and it is not presumExpress " East V J p.m. Wcit I J 10 Local Freight i.m. ing unreasonably to say that such rules Kst V.Si it.ui. have olways lieen unsatisfactory to ihe Went (treat maw of the eople. No bet'er DEMOCRATIC TICKET. evidence of such dissatisfaction is needFor County Judge, Thus. Adklssun. ed than the fact that they arose in tlieir might in 187(1 and elected a leader to For County Attorney, Jtidgn Milton Hoard. serve them: but the llcpublican party, For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. the huge instrument of force and For Sheriff, J, 3. PeJernette. oppression, had the jower to overcome V. Miller. For County Sup't ofSchouli, the jopular will and the country wan 'I For Jailer, John Slaton. forced to submit to a term of illegal adFor County Alienor, Len Caibman. Hut during the eriod of ministration. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. time considered there has been a break . of four years in which a Democrat preFor Coroner, W. II. Pendleton. .,.'; sident was allowed to serve with justice TO OUIt COIIIIESI'ONDENTN. and fairness and the icoplc evinced a Get the news and get all the news and satisfaction and renewal of confidence in From Dana's the protection of the government that nothing but the news had previously been discouraged by Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. Republican deceit. Business of all kinds took a decided change for the ln'tter and clo vEitPonrs aiinwrii. & 3S5 WIS ? esiecially did Ihe great army of laborers Tiik census so far iui Cloverport Is con- and agriculturists, the foundation stones cerned, makes most satisfactory reveln-tioof the Republic, appreciate tho happy -In the last ten years, our little transition. Even the fair minded of the city has added to her imputation half us Republican party saw and admitted the Her growth purity and the fairness of the Democratic many people as she had. has beeri fifty ier cent. administration; but to them power was Her increase is nearly equal to Har- life, and with all the chicanery and vice dinsburg in size, or, to put it another they had acquired and all the money way had n town leen begun and built in they had appropriated from a needy tenfycara at Hardinsburg and attained to people by unjust legislation in a wore of Tiik Hardinsburg Republican is trying her present sire, it would have exceeded years they installed plans to regain their The candidates for oflice on the DemoHARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, Clover-por- t. K)ver and did so by the most corrupt cratic ticket were chosen by their party to make it appear that Mr. Blanford is , but little the actual increase of not the nominee of its party. A town so begun and built in this and vicious piece of electiouering known either by popular vote or in open conThat he V. (1.IIAIIIIARK Kit I tor part of the country would have been re- to history. Like Napoleon who learned vention and they have been satisfied to was brought out by tho people and reCLOVERPORT, KY. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Yet this is ulxnit to defeat tho best skilled warriors by make the race on Democratic principles. fused n nomination tendered him by the garded as a marvel. Dr. Goldstein, of Stophensport, was in what we have done here. studying the tactics of tlieir own camp- The Republican candidates have been Republicans of Breckenridge. It also tho city Monday. Jewelry Grocery None of our neighboring towns show aigns' the Republican party learned brought into the field by ways and says that Mr. Blanford takes tho grounds lln Wnthen, of Irvington, is Miss Bitch proscrity. Steadily and surely we from Cleveland's adminstration what means past finding out and have been that it is a oflice and should visiting Mrs, Lula Bush. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY have climbed the ladder in imputation, lcst pleased the people and upon that ready to adopt any kind of principles to not be lugged into jiolitics. This iB all Mrs. Adams, of Lcitchfield, is visiting STAPLE- - AND FANCY GROCERIES, vote. Home have even very true and is in accord with Mr. Blan-frod'- s wealth and imortancc. knowledge was founded the catalogue of secure a local her brother Mr. Chas. Ilcston. Musical Merchandise speeches over tho county. We are the best town from Ixmisvillc fair and pleasing promises that were claimed that they were bolicited by Mr. Mrs. Clara Ely and family, are visitProvisions, Confections, to Owenslwro. No other is half so large. made without a dream of fulfilling them. Democratic friends to come out where Blanford is trying to impress another and Sewing Machines. fact as lie says on the people, and ing her mother, Mrs. V. Daniel. We have attained to our present propor- One might have thought that the whole the truth is the Republican bosses had e Young Charlie Miller is a candidate REPAIRING A caucus that is, that the Democratic party of this tions in spite of jtowcrful adverse in- mass of vice and corruption existing in been sweating in a .Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. SPECIALTY County seat influences of the Presidential campaign that followed, every day of tho hot weather figuring on county is responsible for Judgo Murray's for Constable in this district. fluences. three counties have been arrayed against but two years of administration have dim possibilities. Also for them! Such defeat, and the oflice being nuulc n politiSmith & Buzby will carry passengers us. The political jower of Urecken-ridgshown that that was only a swelling germ flimsy pretensions may pass in some cal one. Tho whole truth of the business to Addisson next Saturday and return Hancock and Ohio counties has that has since brought forth fruit an places but the ljoys of old Rreckenridgo is, that Mr. Blanford is responsible for for 1.00. been optioscd to us. We could never rely hundredfold. The present administratare not so toft yet as to be taken in that this state of affairs himself and no one One tf the section men on the railroad iion, have, or secure their aid to help ion is without a parallel since the days style. They all know where the "peoples else. Mr. Blanford was approached ujkoii a son of Mr. Jas. Brewington, got his arm of Pilate or Nero. Us along. Their interests were antagonisAn bveflowing candidate" would take his stand if elect- this subject time and again, by Demo- broken a day or so since, from being run tic to us. We have had to fight our own treasury that was wrung from the hands ed and they propose to see to it next crats, to know if he would make the race over by a hand car. if Judge Murray was allowed to run withbuttles, and within ourselves accomplinh of the people contrary to the ptecepts Momluv that he isn't elected. Judgo Mercer recieved word here hist out the endorsement of the Democrats. and principles of Democracy has been what we have undertaken. Joseph Mercer, had outAt Hardinsburg, on the day Mr. Miller week that his brother squandrcd until a deficit is the result. We could never find The unterrified will swing into line at He been murdered in New Mexico. Men whose conduct in the compaign Addison next Saturday, and give to John was nominated, Mr. Blanford was asked side of our own limits to build or imlinsn't any of the particulars and doesn't prove a road leading to us. It would would brand them as criminals and out- Young Rrown and Evan Settle a recoil if he would be a candidate against Judge report is correct, but lie Murray, in case that gentleman was re- know that the have been supreme folly to have asked a laws in any country have been sustained tion they don't receive every day in Kenlias not been able to hear from him for county or precinct vote to aid u railroad in their acts and lionized by the Repub- tucky. It will be the closing day of the commended by the Democrats and not His brother has lived in time. To this question Mr. some or any other improvement whatever. If lican party. So obvious has been the vice campaign and it seems fitting that Rreck- - mado a nominee. n yrnirii nnu was eni lifrflWiftilr 7,'Vljfpr benefit to Cloverport was an element in of the party that the fear that it will be enridtte Democrats an- '" mTord's renlv was, that he was not Ho had gaged in the mining business. disself distructive has prompted the manu- in the general any question, it was the signal for sifvuii lion. prepared to say what he would do. We made n gcat deal of money, and was well facture and passage of the Force Hill by Jolinoiuw-WgilnHn- g favor every where. bis sledge know it to be a fact that a majority of the fixed. Several months ago ho left ColoHut we have done tolerably well, I winch they hope to retain their power. i'rSws into the ranks of the Democrats who composed the convention rado for Now Mexico on a prospecting and in that act the freeman of thank you ! I low is it with yourself ! enemyi and the flit-- eloquence of Settle that nominated Mr. Miller, were in favor tour, and since he has been at the latter What alxiut our future ? Our ambi- are to sutler of Judge Murray making the race as a :.i to give fresh life and inspiraplace the Judge has not received any greater than at any previous a lairullcl. Vll.U'llllF ;tl t11lll'.MIl and others Democracy, the day will not tion is y 'J provided Mr. Blanford and " ine" prosjieci. we tion to our news from him. This rather confirms f axJ i sli nm ..h.. t fit (linnvjfffr77f.,i ,... miiwl 'aOrta to ask could it be worse? be counted lost. Let everybody go up his party would agree to indorse him. the report that ho has been murdered, ever known in our past history. k' It seems hardly reasonable to answer in and enjoy the hospitality of the good Mr. Blanford says further, that a majority and that it was done for his money. irrituvu tn linvi lier liv thp W'f S the allirmative, yet when we consider people of" Addison and Holt. Theirdoors of botii tho Democrats and Republicans, Samuel R. and John Steel, wcro arten thousand poorb" to make the race re, ifv smaller towns the past history of the Republican party will be thrown open and all will be given wanted Mr. Murray i rested by Marshall Thompson last Thursgardless of party affiliations, for tho a most cordial welcome. ... .DcTittle our pretensions and we feel assured that it is capable of dehero on n bench reason that ho was the best equipped day and lodged in jail and principles until the fts.lnit we move along all the same, grading means for murder. No bail being fixed position, and warrant, Hon. P. Wat Hardin, one of the best man in the county for the 'nnd will do so hereafter with accelerat extremity is readied. It becomes the applied to tlie this he also desired, but the "ringsters" by the circuit court theyof adcorpus ed speed. We have good reasons to be- duty of every American citizen to exer- Democratic orators in Kentucky will Now County Judgo for n writ habeas at at Hardinsburg wouldn't allow it. lieve, we will bound forward in the near cise his individual power to support the dress the people of this city in order that the question of bail might so very anxious for if Mr. Blanford bet interests of his country. There are 1:!50 o'clock. Col. Hardin has been on Judgo Murray to isrepresent the county, bo determined. After hearing tho testifuture, with surprising activity. Soda-As- h before him. In all the the stump in this county before two conditions We have the contemplated large bail of Sain. ho propose to Mr. Miller, that mony tho court fixed the uianufuVtory bargained for. Ac- history of tho Democratic party no and those who have heard him know why don't Steel, who did tho shooting at $1,500 and they both withdraw nnd let Mr. Murray The companying it and practically a part of such corruption or exhibitions of force what a capital speaker he is. Our city $1,000. This, it John Steol was placed at us characterize this administration can bo should greet Mr. Hardin with a rousing run it out before tho people. for manufacturing it, is another factory Steels are brothers and killed Dora Newseems to us, would bo the way out of tho Formed upon the turn out. Two glass brought to light. soda saltson a, large scale. difficulty in tho Pinchccoo difficulty, if Mr. Blanford is really in ton in n government is by the neighborhood last January. They wcro factories are provided for. A large Soap principle that the "Good morning, Charlie. What is the news?" earnest in what he says. No, Mr. Blaneople it has never wavered from its An of tiik-oTiik gentleman from Owensboro, who factory is in tho general plan. before Mavor Hambleton "Why I haven't you heard that tho Hamilton -- Brown and privileges was hero last week negotiating for the ford wants to go to that convention, and is on the tapis. doctrine of equal rights immense brick-yar- d Cloverport, nnd acquitted on tho exam Shoo Co. havo got out a Four Pollar Shoe that beats Under its Cloverport Planing Mill, has had largo tho only hope ho lias of getting there, is will soon since the days of Jefferson. were indictThe Cloverport Planing Mill to create a disaffection in tho Democratic ining trial. Afterwards they everything they have done yet?" bloom Into works four times its orignal administration the country has always experience in the business, and if ho Tho bail was ed by tho grand jury. and the people have never had effects a trade with the present owners, he ranks. But this kind of trickery won't promptly given. siw. Tho Dobbin and s;ool factory will prospered The railroad cause to fear that centralization of power will enlarge the establishment and give work with tho Democrats. They know noon be in full blast. The following hns been directed to tlie the Hon. Clias. too well to be caught It doesn't us a mill that is wortli something. machine shops already a big thing, are so dangerous to a Republic. . "Wo Mayor and Board of Councilmen. napping. enlarging daily. C. J. Fella & Co., are require a very acute perception to see desire to call your attention to tho conAND soon to rebuild and extend tlieir mills. centralization in the present condition of Tiiixcis are getting warm down South What man claiming to bo a Democrat, dition of tho street in front of Monroe's indeed it seems assured unless a Many other industries and enterprises almirs, over the iiassago of the Force Bill. will for a moment think of casting his store. For want of proper drainage a change is made in the administration of are talked alwut. Should the bill become a law, the people vote and influence, witli a party that has wallow has been established there that STEPHENSP0RT. Our natural gas field is assured as one government. Rut a few days will paw of the South propose to boycott those of undertaken to pass a measure so steeped is oflensivo and will prove detrimental Candidates speaking hero Thursday. country. Mains now until the citizens of Kentucky are nf the verv best in tho the North, thus putting an end to all in iniquity as tho Force Bill. A law that to health in its vicinity. Tho public OF Mr. Geo. Madden spent Sunday in tho and pijK's are conducting the gas to called to exercise the right of suffrage. commercial relations between tho two takes nway tho liberty of tho citizens in privy vault should bo disinfected with city. Our It is not u duty to be considered lightly. sections in the future. house and factory day by day. election, and leaves the selection of carbolic acid und chlorido of limo,andtlio streets and dwellings are brilliantly It is the opinion of many Unit politics Miss Fallio Davis is visiting at IrvRepresentatives entirely in tho hands of people should be admonished to keep considered in county or The should not be illuminated with it every night. That will be a rousing meeting of tho Republicans. The law is a thrust tat the all private vaults disinfected. Tho cis- ington. heart of the house wife is glad, and our precinct elections. There is no less a Democratic hosts at Minor's Grove next Judgo J. Allen Murray was in town terns that have been emptied especially future safety of a free GoveVmont. men step with the spring of hope and principle involved than in voting for Saturday. Men, women and children tho one at Scott's corner, should be clean- last week. Capital Stock $25,000. The Democracy of the president. enterprise. Every prosiwct pleases, and from a half dozen counties will bo there, ed out and tho gutters arranged so that a Moseley of Troy Ind., was at of Walter Tiik Richardsons are doing somo splenthe growler and croaker is kicked out of United States and the Democracy and as n political gathering it is expected did work for the Democratic ticket in tho now supply of water can bo obtained. homo lust week. Dreckenridgo county are the same. If tho jKitb of progress. n. F. BKAhD, President. to surpass any tiling yet seen in this neck Union Star district. Tho Democrats up Tho well water in somo parts of tho city Mrs. It. It. Pierco, of CloveriKirt, was WILL MILLUK, Wo invito all who want to do some- one is corriint the other is. If a man isa of the woods. is a Demoare all pulling together and wo is especially bad and wo urgo that you in town last Tuesday. there M. II. UKAKD, Cashier. thing to come to our goodly, thriving Democrat from principle he look for a good, handsome majority, give these matters your early considerasame of ) Miss Klla Smith of Ilardinsburg, is the Q. W. BEAHD city. There is no demand for the idler crat anywhere at anytime. The made themTin: Republicans have regardless of tho fact that it is the homo tion, that tho health of our people may guest of Mrs. L. Isaacs. DlreeUrs. M0IIRIS KSKRIDuK We hand all such a Republican. I.et every man who conies ,anddead weight. to prevent tho out busy reviling the actions of tho of Mr. Cunningham. bo protected, and J It. M. JOLLIt. two selves over to them who can tolerate them. to the pollsnext Monday consider the is Mrs. Ann Hook, of Hardinsburg nominated Longmoor. break of fovcrs, as tho fever season is principles Itefore him and choose the convention that Wo can't. visiting relatives here. say when Jno. coming on. is satisfied with Wonder what they will Nothing is moro certain than that one he indorses. If lie D. White walks up and votes for Mrs. llcspectifuUy. Miss Lula Mudd, of Louisville, is visitsweep tho State next Tin: eitiuensof Russellville haveltceomo the present administration let him supClerk? Longmoor will Josephine Henry for Appellate ing her aunt, Mrs. It. A. Urashear. Tho Monday by a handsome majority. Purs Bred Berkiblre 1'igi, ll ages. Eligible. very much incensed over the ojcning of port it by voting for it or endorse it by Mrs. Lula Adams, Neo Pulliam, spent to registry. repott that Mat Adams and his friends nu "original twekage" house in tlieir not voting at all,thusshowlng that ho has Fur Pricea and other Information auMreii Tho Force Bill has not passed the How's This! a few days with her mother here last town. Russellville is a place of several no interest in his country and is satisfied United States Senuto, and it is believed were not going to pull for tho ticket is no J. T. Kobibds, We offer One Hundred Dollars reward week. Local Option with any conditions that may come. Ilardlniburg, Ky. good. thousand inhabitants and that when it is brought up in that body for any case of catarrah that cannot bo An attempt by a firm But it is certain that every true DemoMrs. M. Clayconib and daughter, May, prevails there. thoughtful for consideration, tho moro Hull's Catarrah Cure. of Irvington, visited Mrs. II, Davis last It is pretty generally predicted and not cured by taking & from Nashville, to dodge the law by sell; crat will hail with joy tho opportunity members Co., Props, Toledo, 0- - week. F. J. Chbnkv "original jKickago" to exercise his mite of isiwer to help and conservative Republican disputed, that tho result of the often ing whiskey under the will hesitate to support it. A JUUIXAL FOJl ADVEIITISRIIS, "Wo, tho undersigned liavo known F. J. election next Monday will bo that tho lllaiuo k Jenkins shipped tho last of system has made the citizens very in- dispel the clouds of oppression and vice notified the par- that overslmdow the free lands of of Cheney for tho last 15 years, and beliovo tlieir purchnso, 150 hhd of tobacco, last Democratic party is to run tho affairs dignant, and they have la inued weekly, and It the representative Ik it is not truo that Judgo Tinsloy is this county four years longer. him perfectly honorable in all business Wednesday. Tho shipment being 20 ties to quit tho business or suffer tho America. I.et every Democrat go to the journal the trade Journal of American adver full and making tho clerkship race to procure n transaction, and financially able to carry hhd. polls and supiMirt the ticket in penalties. tisers. It ludlcati to the Inexperienced adver we shall have n victory by which tho revenue iosition instead of aiding his Whitney says that ho will out any obligations mado by their firm. tlier how, when, and whore he should adverWorth Knowing-IIucihk.- s' Republicans must search tlieir not bo n candidate for tho Presidency in dll" and grand one of last year will be insignifi& Tn.vux, Wholesale Druggists, nartv the West The election is only six days how to write an advertisement; bow to Toxic Tho old time, reliablo tise; one; what .newspapers to use; liow much own party for tho man who started tho 1802, but thinks Grover Cleveland should Toledo, 0. Walihno, Kix.van fcM.utviK, every Democrat should interest himself cant. display s remedy for Pover and Ague. , Reputastory. Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. in the result sufficiently to turn out and bo tho man for the Democrats of the enmoney to expend In fact, discourse! on every J Hox. Jim McKinzie, tho big hearted, entire ticket. Catarrah Cure is taken Intern- tion earned by Thirty years success. You point that admit! of profitable discussion. AdHall's do what he can for tho tire country. is Congressman ally, acting directly upon ihe blood and can dopend upon it. Tky It! Ditua- - vertising If an art practicod by many but unTiiKfiiipeiintcndentof Public Instruc The Republicans are active nnd cunning brainy no Demo-cru- t chairman of the committee that is at tion lias announced tliut tho per capita OISTS JIAVK IT. derstood by few. The conductor! of Printers' in their plans to defeat us nnd Tin: church people of Chicago havo mucous surfaces of tho system. sont frco. Price 75ct per bottle. Ink understand It, and their advice Is basd on allow an opportunity to pasH present shaping up tho program after for tho school year of 1800 is 2.25. This openly demanded that tho World's Fair should TIIK years which the great World's Fair of 18112 is is a slight increase over last year when it to be held there in 1802 shall not keep Sold by all druggists. an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e between this and tho day of tho election In placing adrerttselng contract! for musjy' Mr. McKinzie is a to bo conducted. ticket. to nut in a word for tho Tar&White Sulphur Springs the largest and most successful advertiser open doors on Sundays. was $2.15. Kki'Uhmcaxs say that the county offices typical Kentuckiau, manly und well born, bo but let ono of them year's subscription costs but two dollaj' are It is reported that fctark, the colored nnd from the way ho is being elbowed Are now open for the reception of vliltor. PnoK. W. B. Hayward is running neck so lucky as to get in, nnd then seo where I.kt every Democrat go to tho polls pie cf.ples Free. Address : s postmaster at Branden- around by tho wealthy lords of the earth man npjiointed Aecominodatloni vote tho ticket tho whole nnd neck with Col. Henry D. Mcllonry tho favors go. QK0. P. ROWElX concede tliut he knows a on Monday and burg, lias secured a white man for his they certainly Tornlt Ilouveuuble, Newspaper Ady ticket and nothing but tho ticket. I.ot for delegnto to tho Constitutional Condeputy, and that ho will now fill his bond thing or two. 10 Sprue "scratching" bo out of order. CbxaiuoM will adjourn nbout tho Inst SINGLE MEALS - - - 50 CTS. vention from Ohio county, and it is tho and take charge of the oMcc. opinion that ho will win tho race next of this month. For privilege! of ground and water, without r4 Tiik rejKirt comes from the country meals li ct per day. Special ratei to plcnici V FARMERS ES. Ix!t every Democrat in tho county go Monday. FOU IIVHl'KfHlA on the Democratic around Webster, tho best wheat producto All penooi not taking raeali areexpeetod All the candidates Use Ilrovrn's Iran Hlitera. county, that the yield to tho jKills next Monduy and voto tho tho oOljo of the manager and jettle for call at ticket are reliable, responsible, nnd de- ing section in this 1'hriIcUru recommend It. Evkuv Democrat should bo olive and their privilege!. Vfr Sale, twe mares btraight Democratic ticket from "cend to All dcalera keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Gennlna serving men, and thoy should have tho thero this year is not more than R.n I'IKUCB, Manager. wido nwnke for the next six days. anil crowed red Hnea on wrapper. eend." is. of what it usually hj entire vote of'the party. TiiKtiF. is lk-e- 1890. GrLErCTZDELA-asrE- , KI"y. Ji. TO THE FRONT. Here we are with the biggest line of U1 OTAiyitefcffiL &g$& 'Smtt4&lS 3s n. And General Merchandise, everbrought to this Section. Prices at Eock Bottom. Come and see us. t$ Biwti i nod fx lIlll(li it. I MOORMAN & BEELER F. N. D'HUY, Department. Department non-politic- nt law-ollic- e, to-da- in .....u "!!. 1 ii-- 1 to-da- y to-da-y, Vy" c(?s k n I - Yes, seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. THY A PAIR BE HAPPY.- I have BANK HAHDIUTSBTOG For Sale. Printers' Ink Test!-niona- ls l, Drit-clu- one-four- th trade-mar- V mmm IPefpjH jr , "'TIWT 55 mrrr : T?t ". rf.saU IMlil sarfTM ? " i The Tar Springs is heoining, elegant fair and good airommoilations attract largo crowds daily. , BUrtA& Johnny Tucker Is down with typhoid riTrtTTTTTTTTrrMTTi m rnTTTi if itt mm n MUTE it r JTMt' ,'4i;-- ' J ; W): Jsa. .Aly JsIsBmIsBBbW ' 4 .LBHHr JME'JM 7ii7 '?JvMr PJ - w TOssssA j& .!Mmw Both tlio method and rcaulta when ?' Sympof Figsistakcn; it is pleasant ? andrefrcaliincrto t'ub taste, andncta promptly on the Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- z tens effectually, dixpcls colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho , constipation. only remedy of its Kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho Btomnch, prompt in :, action and truly beneiicial in its ' cTejcts, prepared, only from tho most . h'laHhy and. agreeablo substances, k, J. it? .njRny excellent qualities it to all and have mado it Jeio most popular remedy known. 6 ,;ft" y "Syrup oirFiga is for Bnlo in 50c - and $1 bottles by all leading Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will pro-, curb it 'promptly rfor any one who wUhes to try it Do not accept liny substitute. i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Wf The now bank at Ilardinsburg shows up handsomely, and is a credit to its founders as well as the town and county. It starts off with a good Iiuhiuwh. Our old friend and former citizen M. Hauiinan has rvturncd to his first lovo after an absence of more than a year on his farm at .ddf40n. lie sold out his furniture buxiueKB here n little over a year ago to J. L. Miller, for the purpose of regaining his health and trying Ins He is satisfied with hand at farming. farming and has also found out that a man brought up in a furniture shop knows very littlo nbout running a fat 111 successfully. So last Saturday he 'came to town and convinced Mr. Miller that tho furniture business didn't suit I1I111 and n trade was effected. Mike now has possession of his old stand and is ready to greet his old customers as of yore, with 11 big stock of such goods as ho always 'furnished them. He mado a success of tho business and sold stacks of goods at prices so low that coiiipction did not effect him. ' He is here now to stay, and is mighty glad of it. urn oom-mstf- d - I , dnijj-pjmi- s. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, Bores, ulcers,, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Pjles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or .Price 25 cents' per money refunded. box For sale by G." W. Short, Clover-port- , Ky., and J. A. Witt, Ilardinsburg, Ky. . V- iVowsviUE, tcr. Am Allen Murray, - SAN FRANCISC ), new iork, it.r. Win. K. Barnes, Ilardinsburg. CAL. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Li lVttorneys atLawt : .. S Cloverport. ' Agent & Corrcsp'nt MURRAY &, BARNES, ' Ilardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. - Dr. J. TrBAKER Physician and- Surgeon, - t HABDINSBURG, KY. jcirviuco wiiu aiaxrsj jjarnoi vuuri cijuar. D. W. Lewis was in Louisville Sunday. Mr. Harry Bell, of Guston, was in town . Friday. J. S. Morcmen was at liomo from Cory-do- n Sunday. Frank Sugg, of Owensboro, was in town last week. Miss Bcttie Clarkson is visiting in ' ; ; i 72. JV. MILLER, Elirabcthtown. Miss Mamie McCansc lias returned to her home in Elizabcthtown. Mr. and Mrs. Lipscomb, of Mississippi, are visiting Mr. M. Fontaine. Mrs. Virgo Hardin is visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. II. Fontaine. Mrs. Frakes and daughter, of Owensboro, are visiting Mrs. J. T. Bland. John Xevitt and Tom McDonotigh, of Woodland, were in town Thursday. Miss Jennie Clarkson, of near Big Wiring, is visiting Miss Pearl Wimp. Miss Eva Corrigan spent Friday in town tho guest of Miss Lillian Lewis. Mrs. Walker and family, of Arkansas, wcro tho guests of J. W. Lewis last week Misses Ina Malin and Maggie Dowdy spent several days at Cedar Grove, last week. Misses Cora and Lena Itiehaidson, of Union Star, are visiting Miss Susie Richardson. Mr. T. A. Robinson was in town Sunday the guest of his sister, Mrs. S. C. Malin. Miss Fay Baremen and brother, of Louisville, aro spending tho summer at Mr. A. Moremen's. Miss Ish Thomas, of Louisville, who has been visiting Miss Georgia Morcmen has returned home. Mrs. T. B. Howard and Miss Helen Paul, visited friends at Big Spring and Vino Grove, last week. Miss Bertha Lewis returned home Thursday, after a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville. Miss Ophelia Hay returned home from Chicago, Sunday, accompanied by Miss Blanche Gosnpll, who will bo her guest. Miss Ellen Saunders has returned to her homo in Louisville, after several weeks visit to Miss Mattio Lee Morcmen. Mr. J. L. Malin is at homo for a few days. On tho 1st of August ho will go to Pineville, where ho will reside in tho future and have charge of the Pineville hotel. Miss Mary Fairleigli has returned homo from an extended visit to Cincinnati and Owensboro. Sho is accompanied homo by her cousin, Miss Mary stuart, of Owensboro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ycnkel, and Miss Lilllc Yeakel, were in Louisvillo last week. They were called there by tho illness of Mr. Yeakel's sister, who has been quite sick, with typhoid fever, but is now improving. Mr. II. C. Hawlings, jr., formerly of this place, but now of Kansas City, was married on Saturday evening, July 20th to Miss Itose Hawcs, a most charming and attractivo young lady, also of Kansas City. Mr. Itawlings has been quito successful since his rosidenco in tho Wept but ir no way, more so, than when ho captn,.J such an excellent wife. Attorney at Law, " ; . f ' . ; " y CLOVERFOirr, ky. with D. K. Hurray near 1'ost I)r. J. M. Clayton, $lcc over JllchnnUon'g - Physician and Surgeon, 'Hardware store. V. . TAYLOR CLOVERPORT. KY. TAYLOR, J. ir. J. C. HUSH, DENTISTS, uver.uiauis Fretlerica Street, jeweiry oioro . !; OWENSBORt J. H. Taylor & Co., Brrckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1890. LOCAL BEEVITIES. ' d, at lioartRng nt Win. Hall' West-enper week. Accommodations first class at the Tar Springs. Terms reasonable. The work of remodeling SulzotvHro's. --. store house has commenced. Mr. Jeff Hambleton will occupy the house vacated by Mr. E. L. Clark. There were 00 arrivals at tho Tar and ''VWhlto Sulphur Springs, last week. Mr. 0vc.n Seaton shipped by boat Sunday'to Louisville 24 head of iogs. Half price to those who take baskets. Spocial rates to Picnic parties, at the Tar Springs. Mr. Alex. lJoyd has bought Mr. A. lot on Wall street and will go alicatQatfoncc and erect- - n handsome . dwelling. Dr. Young a former president of Centro.College, Danville, will preach in , the Third tho Prcsbytorian'ehurch-herSunday in'AugtiBt. Eggs and chickens are too valuable to bs allowed to go to waste when Ganter's chicken cholera cure is sold and warrant- edby G. W. Short. Ji Tho uicnic at Samnle last week, was well attended and was quite a pleasant affair. Tutfuest olordor prevailed ana everybody enjoyed tho day. Tho Urum-ficld- s and Adkins know how to conduct a picnic for their own profit anil pleasure of their friends. Tho News through tho kind assistance of Mr. J. T. Wheeler 3a, added twenty now subscribers to its already largo list in that section. Wo are requested to make tho following announcement Itov. F. W. Smith, evangelist of tho Church of Christ, will begin a series of meetings in tho houso n belonging to tho colored people at on next Saturday evening Aug., 2nd, and continuo until after tho Second Sunday in August. Ho is a preacher of moro than ordinary ability and success. A conlinal invitation is extended to everybody to go and hear him. Tho nttantion of our readers is invited to tho statement of tho Union National Bank, of Louisville, Ky., which appears clowliero In this issue. This institution lias a Capital of a half million of dollars, and a surplus of $12,500 which is a pretty solid showing any way you take I it. Tliq names of its ofllcors are Mich as inspire confidence, all of them aro select- id from amongst tho cream of Louisvillo business men Geo. W. Swoaringon, PrcsMcnt: Wr P" Frederlch. Cashier; Win. P. Otter, It. T. Balko JY. T- - Grant, O. O. Strator, John C. Hooch, P. W. Wood, Fred W. HoerU, .Isaac W. Itenihelin, W. W. Drununond, s. John Piwlioeflfer, James I. Curd, Henry rrMckuwu, From the Urt thta JBonk $3.00 fever. Miss llattiu May of Ilardinnlfurg has applied for our school. .? Miss Anna Dunn of Grayson county is visiting Miss Emily Pile. George and Flnley Galloway were at C'aneyvillo one day this week. Dr. Harneil and daughtei Miss Itettie ant in Louisville for a few days. Miss Mollie Pile went to Ilardinsburg this week to upend several days. Dan Meyer of Chicago who has been visiting his parents at this place for the last week started home We now hear it whispered that a wedding of the near future will surprise the people. Announcements later. Miss Becca Smith of Millwood returned homo this week after a protracted visit of several weeks with relatives here. Picnicking is as common nsdust which is as common as "How's your crops? which question always precedes a conversation on the dryness of the weather which is really alarming. Wo hear of piorc jicoplc who aro aiming to move to tho city tlian ever before. Why they aro willing to leave the puro air of thu country for the city is hardly understandable. The chief characteristic of the last issue of tho Cloverport Times is its extreme thinness. Both tho Democratic party and tho English Grammer aro badly slaughtered by tlio fanatic at the cditoral helm. One of the Bums young men rides with his stirrups so far let-othat lie can hardly reach them. iWhen questioned nbout it ho said "It keeps your pantaloons from bagging at the knees" You horso back riders who go long distances may wish to try it. Miss Maggie AViison one our popular girls who has been living for several' years with the family of the lato Gluts. Tucker, has left to here-aftmako her homo in the Forks of JUough. Our boys say that "out of sight is not out of mind'-- 1 nnd wo are sure that they tell tho truth and that she is not forgotten. - Several candidates aro out for Magistrates in this district. Among them are Geo. Harneil, Geo. Notingliam, Dr. Wilson, nnd a Mr. Drane. There arc others but wo do not know names. Tho race will be closo and interesting. Work well for your man if you want to bo sure of his election. Our little village is very quite as regards news or gossip. Every man has his calling which he peitoisently follows with well meted success. Our enterprising merchant is always ready to sell you any think you want, is not slow to trade horses, nnd always ready to invite you to partake of the hospitality of his pleasant home-- . His partners, his son Leo nnd his son Bob McGuflln aro accom-datin- g business men who are always at their post. Our two blacksmiths are not witliout work and are prospering. The temporary residents the carpenters are getting well along with their work. Two inniU per week give us hearing from outside world nnd also tako away our littlo bundlo of letters. Quiet rural likobusy and happy wo are well contented but are wishing for rain mid aro believing that our men aro all right in the contest which ends on the first Monday. to-daover-crowdeer in-la- w D0N4T So imicli ico water light-weight DKINK It is' both expensive rr -i J inn a : . A t ? V and hurtful. The bctd way for gentlemen to keep cool nnil comfortnblo is to come to ua and buy one of our cool Coals or Coats and Vests mnterial, without lining or' pudding. They made of nre light in weight and the air penetrates the cloth and ke6ps the Wc have these delightful garments in n body cool nnd dry. great variety of fabrics, from the fine Silk Pongee down to a comfortnblo Office Coat for "two bits." If you want something more dressy nnd yet modcrnte in price, wc have them ; see our Mohairs in four different colors, our Zephyrs in several shades, and ninny other neat, genteel patterns. Wa have them cut in Sack and Cutaway Frock style and made up by our regular custom tailors. They nre just what you want. Sec them. this hot Avcnthcr. 95 ut " rTi-cr- "tr Ks9 I I F We aim to make it, you aim to ivc it. That's nil right; YOUR PLACE TO TRADE JULIUS WINTER k I I I Is where the merchant willing to divide profits, fo that on save while he makes. That place ' ) is "Old Reliable" iTTi l l I I Clotliiei-- s S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I l I I I I I I I l I I 11 PERSONAL. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Breck-enridg- Children Enjoy U Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action nnd soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxativo and if tho father or mother bo eostivo or bilious the most gratifying results follow its use, so that it is the best family remedy known nnd every family should have a bottle. ' BEWLEYVILLE. v e Irv-ingto- Change of Firm. Notice is hereby given to all persons having unsettled accounts with tho firm of B. F. Beard & Co., to coino forward and scttlo samo at once. Mr. J. B. Hcnsley, 0110 of tho firm having withdrawn makes it necessary in order that wo Tho may scttlo the firm's business. .business will continue as before, under the'supcrvision nnd managmcut of B. F. Beard, senior member of tho firm. Wo will continuo to keep in addition to our largo and full lino of General Merchandise a full Hno of FU11KITUKE SAD-DLEItY fetors: Xa AND UNDEUTAKElt'S GOODS, AND HARNESS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, PIPES Ac. REPAIRS of all kinds. PLOWS .and MO WERS.REAPERS, WHEAT DRILLS CULTIVATORS, and in fact all farm impliincnts needed ; also a good assortment of BUGGIES, PHAETONS and CARTS, STUDEBAKER and OWENSBORO WAGONS. We are the solo agents in this county for tho Celebrated Cincinnati Desiccating Co's FertillMH. we our patrons The n a. Btroiu? ltuMiieM and taken . . ... ewer iliwiiMiuon oi. ins- - are inducemnt8 and offer aa low as 7v i.Ti priees s goods jTwthe & Co. '' K. anybody, V vWU your biiMiiesi. first-clan- is now the order of tho day. Tho Misses Ackley, of Louisville, aro visiting Misses Sue nnd Jennie Cox. Mr. ?ig. Oiler, of Allen, Texas, is visiting tho family of Dr. Frank, at Pisgah. Itov. Browder, P. E, conducted tho S. S. Convention nnd Centennial exercises. Mrs. J. F. Frakes, of Brandenburg, was visiting her brother, Mr. C. II. Drury last week. Mrs. Ada Lewis, of Lynchburg, Va., is visiting friends nnd relatives in our community. Miss Mabel Hawkins left Sunday for a visit of several weeks to Miss Taborr at Big Spring. Mr. Charles E. Bashain, of Glasgow, Ky., is tho guest of his uncle, MrC H. E. Bashnm, of this place. Mr. C. M. Sanders nnd daughter, Miss Delia, of Elizabethtown, aro visiting relatives in tliis vicinity. Rev. G. S. Campbell, P. E. of the Princeton District and wife, aro visiting the father of tho latter, Mr. W. II. Cain. Misses B. Ada and Lcnn Drury, and Miss Blanche Jolly left last Thursday for Glcndeane, Rock Lick and other points of interest. Misses Mnttie Leo Morcmen and Nell Sanders returned to Brandenburg, after a visit of several weeks to the family of Mr. C. II. Drury. Mr. and Mrs. L. I, Parrott and daughter, of South Carolina, are spending tho summer with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Henry Cain. ThoS.S. Convention of tho M. E. church South, Elizabethtown District, which was held nt this place July 17th and 18th, was largely attended. In consideration of his business interests, which' require his close and conRob't stant peraonal attention, W. N. Drury feels compelled to decline tho solicitations of his friends to be a enndidato for Geo. Weathcrholt is thu Democratic to the office of Mngistrato of caiujldato for cdnstablo iiUhis district. tills district. S. P. Drury is a candidate for tho office of Constnblo in this district. Ho says he is now, always has been, and always expects to be a Democrat, but as ho intends if elected to bo tho servant of the people, Whcn Babjr was rick, we cate her CastorU. treating all just aliko, he will be glad to When alia wu a Child, she crkxi for Catorla. receive tho voto of all regardless of party Wlion alio became MIm, she clung to Castoria. Threshing Tho County candidates for the s evera Ell Simons went to louisvillo, Mon- ofllccs will address u the people of day. county at tho following timesnnd Several communications crowded out places : , this week. " 2l. Garfield, Tuesday, " L'IS. Bewleyville, Wednesday, Vr'P'W Mrlrin7ileft' Sunday for " 24. Webster, Thursday, " iio. Clifton Mills, Friday, Hft '?'.. " 2(1. Union Star, Saturday, fW A .TfirfwiTInlt. wasBiin tne Mooleyville, Wedne'sday, " !!0. city Saturday. . " .'II. Stephensport. Thursday, The L. St. Il.rind T, pay, enr passed Cloverport, Friday, August 1. down yesterday. Ilardinsburg, Saturday, August 2. Miss Sallio Pumphrey, Holt, spent Speaking to commence promptly nt 1 Sunday in tho city. 1). Hambleton returned from o'clock p. 111. Mrs. J. Louisville, Sunday. Mr. Frank Higdon, Owensboro, spent Sunday in the city. Mr. Alf Oelze is, very sick at his residence on second street. Miss Ella Moseley, of Stephensport was in the city Monday. Mr. II. II. Hardin, Louisville visited Miss Luln Gregory Sunday. Mr. M. A. Evans, Louisville was in the city Sunday and Monday. Miss Annie May, of Lexington, Ky., is visiting Miss Lizzie Skillinan. John Slaton Dcmocrtic candidate for Jailer was in the city yesterday. Dr. W. B. White, Jr. Louisville, was in tho city Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. E..M. Pierce, Louisville, Absolutely Puro. are at the Tar Springs for a few days A cream of tartar baking powder. visit. Highest of all in leavening strength. Miss Vertner Gamer, of Winchester U.S. Government lleport, Amj. 1", 188!). Ky., is the guest of Miss Maggie Bowmen Miss Vova Miller is tho guest of Miss Brook Stephens in Holt's Bottom this week. Mr. R. E. Turpin, Louisville, was tho CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD guest of Mr. R. N. Hudson, Saturday nnd BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Sunday. Wasting of Plosh SCROFULA Mr. A. W. Davis ami family, Louih-villOr any DUeuie trure the Throat and Zungt and Mrs. Peter Smith visited Mr. are Inflamed, XaicIc of Strength or Xerf last week. router, you can bt retltted and Cured by Miss Maud Sulzer, Cunneltoii, Ind., is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs J. C. Nolto this week. Mr. AV. L. Wilson nnd wife, of Tennessee, aro visiting Mr. Walker Board and wife, Holt. Miss Lafio Lnlleist and Miss Tannic PURE COD LIVER OIL Smith arc visitinc Mrs. G. W. Smith at With Hypophosphltes. Owensboro. PALATABLE AS MILK. Win. Nicholas Owensboro, formely Atkfor Scott's JSmuUton, and let no m with Sulzer Bros.', was up on a short ptanatton or solicitation indue you to accept a substitute. visit lrtst week. Sold by all Druggists. of Louisville, is Mr. W. II. Pcrrih, spending a few days here in tho interest SOOTT & B.OWNE.Chomlsts, N.Y. of tho Filbom Club. TO THE FARMERS OF BRERKEN-RIDG- E Mr. Thomas M. Watklns is spending and MEADE COUNTIES. a week or two with his sister Mrs. Geo. Aa thero U a big demand for New York Chick at Mt. Sterling. Pippin Apple Trees in tho above countlos, and Mr. Andrew Smith and wife, of Ow- beiiering that tho Home Nurterlea will be unluppljr ensboro, wero visiting his sister, Mrs. able toto mako the demnnji, I am now prepared ipoclul contractu, (at very low week. Elisha Collins last prlcef, for troei to bo delivered In 1 and 2 Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hardin wero tho yean. Those who wunt wholeS.root grafts can V. ASIIOY. get them. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Tousoy Saturday and Sunday. Misses Lizzie Skillinan and Maggie of Wanted to rent Bowincr nfter a brief stay in Loitclifield one mile North of or sell my farm the 100 acres, waters of Union Star, on returned homo Friday night. Good Lick Hun. 70 ncres In cultivation. Miss Cora Turpin who has been visit- dwelling, barn nnd other improvements. For address the undersigned further infurmation ing the Misses Hall, returned to her at Union Star. J. T. WHEELEH. Sunday. homo in Louisville, Mrs. Win. Vest nnd Miss Lclii Henley after a pleasant visit at Grayson Springs, returned homo Saturday night. Eighty-fou- r ncres of good lnnd, Rob't. Adkisson, Clint Messrs. North-weof Iljirdinsburg, two McGlothlan and Lonnio Jraterwhite, nnd ono half miles, Irvington, wero in the city Sunday. Also, forty ncres of good land one Mr. C. E. Rendlc, fireman on tho L. milo nnd a half from llnrninsburg. St. L. and T. who has been sick for a Both pieces contains,n"'houso. week or so, is now able to bo out again. Terms will be Reasonable. Tako stock hi the Farmers, Saving and Building Loan Association of Nashville For furthor information call on Tenn., if you want u good investment. F. M. C. JOLLY, Tho following young gentlemon spent 1IAHUIKSUUUO. KY. "afternoon in Holt's Bottom; Sunday Ira and Wick Charllo Moorman, ! DoHavon,.OivHlo. Gregory, Xris War-fielDuring my absence my sun, II. 0. Murray, Satcrwhito and W. S. Bow-mc- r. Wc prefer a small profit on a big trade to n big profit on n small trade ; ten cents profit from fen people rather than one dollar profit out of one purse. . . DO YOU OBJECT that it takes more time to serve ten people than one, and so costs more '.' We answer that good goods at small profits sell quickly. Tt's the haggling over large profits takes the time. IS OUR STORE! ,. We sell good Goods at small profits. l m m tjmk- f Suiter's CLOVERPORT, KY. A , "3 V . g$v Jl vn ?3i .i FAR1W and ftOYAl wm Coun- try Produce exclusively. Will do well to know that we handle &AKfNa specialty of Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Wheat Hay, Corn and Oats. Give us a trial shipment. Wiite for to Prices PIPES & DeHAVEN, Grain Brokers and Produce Dealers, We make a V sW- S.,t '?;';? .StfAT POWDER ..a . wV THE TELL C8TY If You Have PLANING MAFUFACTUKERS OF MILLS - ) M & -- ' 3- - DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will Lo done at this establishment in tho lest manner and nt the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Ilodine Hoofing. SCOTT'S I -- EMULSION IWEflS, NDER3. RAKES, - V All the Best Machines. WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS. Beautiful in Style and Finish. Freight Prepaid to any Station. Harvest Machine repairs of all kinds. R. J. BASSETT & BR0., LEITCHFIELD, ,KY. V'Spga For Sale or Rent. FOR SALE. st GRAND AT PICNIC! Ml III IllhlpP d, Notice I is authorised to cnllo t moneys due. All persons indebted will please settle with him at I). H. Mlkkat, once. Attorney at Law. Cloverport, Ky. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. A full stock of goods are going dirt cheap for cash. Messrs. Cash Trade and Country Produce are solicited to be in attendance. Come one, come all, and get your goods cheap for cash. H fi 1 WiM' Ml MITT l" A " vi A tv M zrjft 4ri v D. HAMBLETON, Don't fail to attend. Real Estate Agent town lots anil lands. Persons wishing to buy or sell nre solicited to seo mo. CLOVERPORT, KY, 8Agent for tho jnirchaso anil .i.Sl salo of w$ Kv XjADIBS Needing a tonic, or children that rsnt building up, should tali a BROWN'S IKON H1TTKRS. cures M!rle, It Is idMMiit to take,Alldea'crskecpit.Indices-Hoand BIIIoummm. Wbea sho had Children, Ue pive them Caatorl. n, OFFICE "Aiiywhoro from Caw Heel la tho Depot, at nil heuru. J. A. WITT, Proprietor. J-- - .; A. ."'' r--, . "... "J? j- -- tr A f t, 4 S Bin. Booth's Costnme. -Mrs. Balllngton Booth, of tho Salvation Army, is a woman of whom it may be Fidd us truly as of Mrs. Leslie that she It it ai pleaiant to tho taste as lemon A GAME OF THE SENSES. rnn. Old Point Comfort nnd Norfolk visited nttcndft to her gowns. It would not The imslleit infant will take it and of seem that tho nnny contumo offered When you go to your nom nt night, enrouto. A Special Train Composed never know it ii medicine. much chance for elaboration, hut her Children cry for it. Hover falla to ran you walk directly to tin- - iiiiiU'Ii-Iki- x Klegant Coaehex and Pulliain Sleeping uniform of dark blue skirt and plaited care. nnil put your hand on ItV at 1::!0 p.m. waist is perfectly fitting nnd of fine, Chilli once broken will not Tetim. Cars, will leave foit half tho price of othe 'AVIicn you turn out your light and from Seventh Street DejKit, Tuesday, rich material, finished at the throat and Chill Tonics. K'ave your room, do you Iiave to fiiniMe Aug. l()th lteaching Old Point Comfort sleeves with u white silk cord nnd emKo qninine needed, Ko purgativa needed. broidered on the belt with a Furred for the iloor, or ran you goHtnilghtiierwH next evening at (I : ftO P. M. Containi no potion Cheaper 'than " the foom and take hold of the knob? The Hound Trip Hates To Old Point ix motto. qninine. v" Her Urge pokes bonnet Is of fino black Itpariflei the blood and removei all Ciiii you ut night walk anions the tree Passengers only $15 from Cloveriort. malarial poiion from the ayitemi straw, trimmed with folds of navy blue Clove-po- rt without running into them, or keep the Wiil at ! : .V A . M. It ii at large a any dollar tonio an' satin, the scarlet rililxiu budge intergarden path im direotily ax you would The train will Ik run under auspices of woven alMint the crown. It is tied nt RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. fiPfcifltlr'f "1 were it daylight? the Chcsaicuke & Ohio H'y Co.,in charge the chin with a big soft bow of broad If you wish to estimate the ci.e of any- ofMr. W. A. Wilgus, Traveling Passenribbons. An American (lag of fine silk thing, ilo you know enough oNfeet ami ger Agent, formerly of Hopkinxvillc, Ky. fornix a regalia sash, and ji plain wedCoRUftriLLi, if urn.. D. I. 1A88. inclicH to make a fair guew hy niniply Keduced rates at the Hygeia Hotel, ding ring gleams on one small hand. I FiBiK VtttiriBi Co., Vui, Tcdd.i 1 toe thri "Myrtle," na Marshal Booth calls his imttn f twif Orrtfe'iTMtP- looking at ItV Old Point Comfort can lie secured upon lei a CbUI Tonic i elrtard with (he lot rrum jva wife, lias a rweet, smooth face, with t arnjtnu-lwl agmmrr. The whii inn ii i If you are a lxy run you calculate hy presentation of C. &p. Sceinl Seaxhoie M frt la Nim fkre four Chill Tonl rniftdthHl, ehlMrrnhalchrnok line hazel eyes. New York Commercial barlns rt1ftn4 wrth7u.l yardx; if n girl hy feet? Kxcursion tickets. cbllU for nhnithi pant, one nt then fur jfir,Chill! Advertiser. llh tht IthlB thrM werki tflrr WflnDlbl Snei-iiAttention will be naid to Can you guetw the height of a hat hy Tonlo thfj wrrc hale &Dd hfirtj,lh rtl ftul rf l llrteitllUarhPtii. W. 8T1KS0.H. M. D. night? ladies without escorts. W. Tim I'l'muto rrliirljml. The xize of anything that ix deceptive Sleeping Car accomodations will be m'oh s.xr.n UY , Ask any school teacher in New York -bcrtHixe it looks, larger or Hinaller than it provided, but in order to have choice, of who she prefers for a principal, and the answer will be "a man" every time. realjy ix? horlliH applicant should lie made to AV-CLOVERPORT, KY, Can you calculate the weight of a look, Wllgux, L'.VJ Fourth Ave. Ixiuisville, Men who make instruction a life work part witli much of their masculine force u Imix of mntchex, a hat, a glass of water, Ky., at once. Sleeping Car Pates will and vigor, but no inatt-- r how narrow n lefter, hy holding it in your hand? to Old they may become they never ijuitu reach le $4.00 for berth, If you hearMreet earn where then ix a Point, to be occupied by one or two per- the level of a wliolastic female tyrant. ADDISON, KY. double track, can you tell hy the sound sons; Louisville to Clifton Forge Si..( to The lady principal knows so well how to humiliate her subordinates. If hci which way they are coining? persons. be occupied by one or two It tho place to lor lesi money than nny other place in tliti cnutry If you iire near a river can you locate a Special side trip excursions can he record is satisfactory as an instructor The machleea I cll aro equal tu any tfjat and disciplinarian there are her wenk tcauilMmt hy sound? made from Old Point at low rates. nuenlK cburgu from $35 to $5U fun 1 gimtari-- I ncsscs and vanitie.i to play upon and a (."an rou use vour knowledge of iniixie co thoui tQ bo what I toy or tin trmlc. Ageiile The route ix through the canon of thoui and ways of insulting her before will my tho miiolilnt) nn uccnunt, in anyalyzing the progn'sxion of a steam New river, along picturesque (ireenbrier her pupils. The story of a teacher who eiuti the largo difference In our iiriiea, lull I whistle? Can you tell on which tone it river passing White Sulphur Springs, began a crusado against linen rolbp-s- . flguri on thta a on ertryllihijc 1 biiiidle, cut it aaluwatitcun be cut. "My .Mutln" qui-crossing the Alleghauics and Mine Itidge crimp.i. ban;? and pretty ichool toilets stops? alcr and f mall profit. , ' is still fresh in the minds of the public, With your eyes shut can you tell what Mountains and beautiful Shenandoah Two dinner Uruileaf Blnc- - Sewing Mnciiliiea "Mcntion this paper. mid there nro today scores of so called kind of a (lower is put to your nose? lo and Piedmont Valleys. biw arm, with all attachments. 11,6(1 ,Ma- h'lve drawer druj.leal' dinger ewiIl you know the dillerenee lctwccn the Stop over privileges will be granted on lady principals who treat their assistants though they wens slaves. New York clilr.o's high arm, with all ut uchineiita Jly.ill odor of a leaf from a roxc-hiiand one the return trip, enabling excursionist as Send tne a check or the inmey by rrgltr World. from a maple-tree- ? to visit Kichinond, WhiteSiiIphurSprings letter, and I will ahlp you ii uiarhlne tu any p.irt of the country. Ituiiiiiiiiil.l'ii 1'orllii. Can you tell from the bark of the trees and other celebrated resorts. Keapectfully, Mile IJilce.sco. the "Roumanian PorThe choice of routes bet ween Kichmniid tw Miiutx of the compass? L. U. ADDISON, tia," read her thesis or essay for admisKx- Can you by listening tell what kind of and Clifton Forge will be given. Addlaon, Ky. vehicle is coming, and how many horses cursioiiiHtsmayieturn either viaCharlott-esvill- e sion to the Paris faculty as doctor, or rather "doctoresso," of laws two weeks an- attached to it? Do vou know the and Stanton, or Lynchburg and ago. This young lady i.s not only strong difference in sound made by fourhoofx Natural Ilridgu along the .lames river. in jurisprudence, hut also in scieneo. and by eight? Tickets will be good returning until literature and music, having gained first i i Can you match colors without samples; September 10th. HaiaUome hook desprizes and places for each of these sub criptive of scenery along the line will be jects in Bucharest. Her essay, which carry colors aud shades in memory? :- Hy the touch only can you tell which mailed to any upon application to comprised over 700 pages, of which 200 were not read, related to the "Position W. A. Wilms, !.--:! Fourth Ave., Louismaterial is cotton which is woollen? Caaioiia. la Pr. Saml Pltrfmr'a old, Itarmloaa anil qnlolc euro for of Woman Under the Roman Law." Can you from abuiichofdiirerent-colorc- d ville, or to Agents L., St. L. T. It. It. There are only two other lady lawyers Infants' and Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil. zephyrs pick out a black strand, keeping following in the footsteps of this young Paregoric-- or Karoo tip Syrups. Children cry for Castoria. Mil- What a Leading Physician says : your eyes xhut? lady, one being a French woman and Jions of Mothers) Mass Castorla. Dr. 1!. S. (ioiioos, a leading physician Canyon by the taste only tell what the other a Russian. Mile. Bilcesco in" I recommend Cactorla for children' Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ; kind of meat you are eating? Can you of Mt. Carmel, III., writes the following tends to ask for udiuis.siou not to p cntnnljiintA. nn A!inprlnrtiiunvnrf.Rrlnl(nti Knur Stomach, Diarrhea, Kructotlo but on principle to the Bucharest I Olves healthy diet-aluo abU digcstlou ; decide what llavor has been used in a under date March 10, INK): known to me." II. A. Ahciieii, M. D.. Without narcotic stupefaction. 111 So. Oxford SU, Brooklyn, N.Y. bar. glaxx of sodu water? Koesa rose-pet"I cheerfully recommend Swift's Spe' Thb Ckntacr CoMMJfY, TT Murray Bt., New York. tas'te like that of a violet? Do hard water cific (S. S. S.I as a tonic and general - "7i O CO KtM'll till IlllllBC Slll'l'l. Xiv ivl LkJ5aV CA V and soft water taste alike? health restorer, also in ca-- e of Itlood Keeping the house sweet in these hot EVAjilSVILLE,,lND. days, when things decay so rapidly, is In short : do you im yourciicH? Do Poison it always gives satisfaction." difficult, but a few hints are useful. you train your Years of Suffering. and thuii reStatement of Condition of COLONIAL DAMCS Oh AMERICA. Three or four barrels of charcoal set in member what you ohcxrved ? "For years I hae been troubled with different parts of the cellar will be of Minium' I'luli I.i I'romotn I'liti'lotlmu The new method of education are tak- a blood taint that has ballled the skill of great help in keeping the house sweet. mill CoiiiK'rtc Ariutiirr.icj. ing rare of eyes and hands used together, the best physician of ( Miio and Indiana, In dump wither in Mimmern firenhouhl Ccr. Sixth and Main, LOUISVILLE, KY. riir 1 old f ! that mint'ior won- - ft the dost of tiistnis, Alav "th, 1S90, m hut what cliiNM-- are tlieri- - lor onr noe. the ilis'Msi lilnilU .itlirlfd ln f,- In be ligbii-- i.i soui'Tooiii in I lie main t l. s Miciry is iitiKiil to be or;;niedi of tin- lioiw. an 1 t!i doors in all tinyour fur--, niir touch, wmr - .ib I Jnrnlilitdthr Coitrvlkr of Curr-ncj- : of stirh an exti-n- l Mind. that f pnilii-uAs in the'i irl. loniiis In- opened in oidi-- r that all llii- here do oii gu 10 MhfMil to I h.is tlu'ii indiiiM-i- l in t k ,i i'iiih-- i. ui wiishl? RESOURCES. I. ; s lue (;ii. it of ci'i- - ilio i i gem ltll hiiiisi- - iii.ij In- - kept i'r . (.(lit J'lll I) 4 O.llltl... $:S,169.T0 H learn t.. ve in the ilitrk, I., mih-1- lire, to ."wilt's pei ilie . .ind aio thankvcrilr-ifb i inin (iu h of club ,. hy reason of ei ured jnd unsecured cim.U l'i JOIKXIU) hear (lies sneee '.' Do you not pcrcciw ful to say that alter taking a lew bottles I piodigal in svi.ei ho.ues inn. must he- their membership in some association U. S. bond, lu ccure circulation... the use of water, fresh nil:to twi.nr Due from approved reserve agenti that this education you must give was entirely cured. Mv eyesight is and sunlight. New York Journal. formed to promote social, religious, lit- Due from oihtr Nation1.! liinks '.7,011 ft) State 18.031 07 Hankers erary, industrial or artistic afnis. ami Due fromhouse, bank, and and yourself? You can train your senses entirely restored, and my general health 3,M(768 Hanking furniture fixture'... having thereby vindicate 1 more or loss Current cipeiMei ami taxes paid U.iXW7" every moment you are awake. At this is hcttci than it lias been for years, and Two lltul. S co:iid.-.f. iniunu on Uclcariiig.lioiise I clu'iallle their claim to he moment what do you see, hear, smell? there is no trace of the disease left. I !.UT(I.VI Exchanges for "Well. I'm xlwlymi uri hcttor, Hinily. creatures, no pirtic.ilai-alte.itil is paid Hills of other banks VJ0l.U0 Are you sure you really see, hear and consider S. S. S. the best blood purilier Vou ilon't h)o!c like an invalii!." fractional paper currency, nickels and to their liioveiiK'.it in tlii-- direction. 41.10 cents "I know it. ami I thin!; it is just too smell what you think you do? Suppose and general health tonic H on the But when t.i th.1 auiiouuceiueut that a .1 4MI.K0 horrid for anything. People will eny I new club is abort lo ho created there is Specie tender note-- . you make a game of "The Senses," and market. . Legal 40.00u.CO Redemption fund with LI. S. Treasurer l)H'temh'l to he an invalid heeauso I had coupled the nitt.ligcncetlmt se how many come nearer the I too by Oscaii Wn.ix, Huiitingbiirg lnd. only women 2,2V) CO (5 per cent, of circulation) no Munincr clothes to wear. Chatter. prize than the llrst one. will he eligible) whoso ancestry ii estabTreatise on Mood and Skin Diseases Total, $1,018,838.75 lished by heredity not acquired matriIf yon could bring one of your favorite mailed free. Mrs. Hermann Oelrichs rceeived aa n monially or by purchase, like that of the LIABILITIES. Indian heroes out of a boo- k- inateriali.e smooo 00 Capital Stock paid Tiik Swift Scf.cific Co., Atlanta (in. wedding gift from King Kahikaua a yelcolonel in "The Pir.ile" interest is at Undivided profits in.. 29,(H2(U him, you know - and have him join you low wri-il- 'i which was greatly admired. 45,000.00 outstanding once quickened, and it becomes fairly National bank notes subject Single Track Individual deposits 251,71508 tocheck A One in the Donkey game, don't you believe Avrimuiit In lliiropr. It was made of tho feathers of the golden rampant when the whole scheme, is un- Time certificates of 18,67(1 00 deposit. It is possible that some of your readers lined a he would'. get the tail somewhere near hiiil highly jirizod it Hawaii. Due to other National banks ii.'.WV) 10 folded and it upper. nt that every membef Due to State banks and bankers 11.4J.50I the right place? He would not he tit have heard of, if (hey have not seen. There are hut two of these hright feathwill have to make her calling and elec- Notes and bills ir,007 K0 ers plucked from each hird. 1&5,105 71 1L sflE for an Indhin hero if he could not walk Professor Bartholomew, the aeronaut. tion Hine'by proving her direct dcbcenf Dill, payabl 7gMSssssasl,iS t- He i.s unite m Iiaracter: g.ui.jlin. awkPrice, $17. from f oiefat lu m who emigre 1 1 o Amerstraight with his eyes shut. Total, $1,018,836.73 i ward, rural, but i :. lion an 1 as Mile. IIoe Maury, who illustrates for ica prior to the jvar IM, u.id who niadr Grr.ss ear unjs for six months ending The Leather, Workmanship nnd 1'lnlsli arc of ,. Amhix I like to give my text at the bhaiji as a t ick. Ik- - h iil ., 1800. $33,2J2 33 the VEKV II EST. i D .i '. ii it Oa':. five of the hest Parisian journals, is the their man; upon the time to the extent at June 30, Applied as follows: Is n"ssiifc e id instead of the beginning, hen- - it is? .Midi. Barlholoiiiew acoi.iiunvl the daughter of a station master in rSJsssssss ' SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. France least of lH'iug "con idered worthy of es- Expenses ..$U 61121 375 00 That yti .are not yourself, but only hnel all ii'fsTe iiiiio I in i: I ii'r around and the protege of M. Durny, niinibfer of teem an re "iw.i." We can sell you Ffcniiuiiisoii U, S. Ilunds 7.SI3IAI Unaccrued interest. a i I t'l r.- h gave pithlie iiiiitriii'tiou. who h;ip;.'ned to sea a fraction of what your Heavenly Father the world, and 12,60000 up. It is intended i i.it the pioposcd tflciety Surplus fund JH per tern. Harness from 019.10 balloon ascensions th.t e. cited even lier s'i'tching in the station wlien she shall ho among women what tjiy Order Contingent lunu meant you to he, unless you have the Road Carts from $33,252 33 w.ts 7 yearn old. of the Cincinnati aud t.ie Sons of thu 0to. W. Siretrlngin, frej. full use of the senses which he gave yon. more curiosity than did t.ie perform8END FOR OATALOOUE. w. P. ottw, vic.-Pances of the exponents of our national devolution are among men, aiid it will W. P. Frederick. Cnhier. Allen K. White, fslltf Louise Stockton, in August Wide game. A0ME MANUFAOTUEING 00. Birtholomew has the nihfor-tunA fanner at Ipswich. Mass., while to a certain extent embody tho princiAwake. to bu a one eyed in in, but the mis plowing turned up an Indian idol of ples of these societies. The aim of the INDIANAPOLIS, IND. sssssssMtabA'riritttsssimsS CT fortune does not occasion him much re- m1 hi stone in the shap. of a serjR'iit. It organization will bo "to coinmeinoratp Haul to Siill.Ty. A 8afe Investment. morse; it would be hard to find u more is thirty inches in length and of n dark the success of our gloriou.) republic, to Dominie Campbell wasone day wutcli-Inthan he. In Rome he color. It is to he deHhitcd in the Essex Is one which is guaranteed to bring cheerful promote social intercourse) ami fellow? a carpenter making repair in his came up to Mr. Lynch, the lnana.jer ot institute collection at Salem. Mass. you satisfactory results, or in case of failship among its members now and in all house. Tho carpenter whittled "Maggie the excursion party, and said: "Leigh, THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Alrl LINF. Inspire a genuine love ol Lauder," as ho laboied the future, to ure a return of purchase price. On this and worked in could you lend uu fk)':" vssai If one wishes to cool a hot dish in a country in every heart within its range time to the tune. h ife plan you can buy from our advertis(L. E. J: ST. L. H. It.) 'Why. I suppose so," said Lynch. hurry it will he found that If the dish of influence, to labor to diffusa healthed druggists a bottle of Dr. King's "Saunders," bald the dominie, presI wixh you could," said Bar"Well, ful and intelligent information relating ently, "can you no whustlo n more solSHORTEST, QUICKEST for Consumption. It i guar- tholomew. "It would bo a great accom- he placed in a vessel full of cold salty water it will cool far more rapidly than to whatever concerns the past and tends emn and godly tuno whilo yo'ro nt AND BEST LINE TO anteed to bring relief in every case, when modation. Glass eyes aw- bo darned if stood in water free from salt. to create popular interest in the men work?" cheap here that it seems as if I ought to used for any atrcction of Throat, Lungs and events instrumental in the providing "Ay, weel, minister, if it bo your FRUIT--TREE- S or Chest, such as Consumption, Inliain-matio- n stock up on theiii!" for us our precious institutions" AND ALL POINTS Empress Frederick of Germany has rewill," and ho immediately changed the Bartholomew bought ijSiO worth of It will also be an obligation to collect tune to tho "Dead March in Saul," still of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, ceived a vahmhle jeweled locket healing South-Wes- t. glass eyes aud he carried them around (he Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It Montijo arms, ami containing a lock and preserve manuscripts, traditions, planing in tuno to the music. with him in a baie bag: there were relics and mementoes of the old times of the hair 'if Eugenie of is pleasant and agreeable to taste, cr-- f about a Tho worthy dominie looked on forsoni" iwck of t'.iem. and I hey rattled when tho colonies were young and the minutes in silence, nnd then said, "Saiin Time-Cirin Effect Dec, 15, d Apple, Pcacli, Pear, Plum, Cherry, jctly safe, ami am always be depended like s') many m irhles. T.i y were not France. aforesaid ancestors lived and moved and ders, I hao another word to say till ye. Trial liottlex free lit (J. W. Short's, all the same color, but Bartholomew Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ,.9:00 p m.4tlO p.m. &c. uion. Miss .V,'k'hell, of Kingston, a graduate had their being. It will be a sacred duty Pull lino of small Fruits for CloverjHirt, Ky., and J. Witt's, Hardins-burg- , didn't mind a small matter of that kind, of Qiieiii's university, who received a devolving upon tho members to teach Did Ilia guid wifo hire yo by tho day's ArrSULouli 7i45 "...7:25 " wot If, or by the job?" Evanivllle 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. Fall 1890. 'Write for special prices lie was too much of a humorist to license to practice medicine a couple of the younger generations as they ariso to Ky. "Tho day's work was our ngrceln', For further Infor nation, call on or uddreef, stickle at a detail of that character. months ago, is tho fir t woman in Cm-ndhold In loving remembrance tho "brave minister." on lots. It will pay you to buy JOS. S 00I0RNE, He said that when he wore a blue eye to write M. D. alter her name. days of old," and to honor the heroic Bich Without Money. "Then on tho whol, Saunders, I think God'1 Pass. Ag't, hounvllle, Ky. he leseinbled his father's shL of the your trees at home. men whose ability, valor, sufferings and yo may jlst as weel gao back to whittlMany a man ix rich without money. family; a black evey made him took B. L. BRYANT, Chicken croquettes mado out of veal achievements aro beyond praibo, and ing 'Maggio Lauder!"' Birmingham All stock warranted truo to namo. Trav. Pasig'r Ac't, Loulivlllo, Ky. Thousands of men with nothing in their more like his mother's folk. should e::cito tho deepjst reverence and Poht. One day Bartholomew was riding i:i a mo not as palatable us when made out of pockets, and thousands without even a e tho liveliest patriotism, "and to hansom cab in London: the horse acted poultry, hut then, if one doesu t know Klrclila Lltflit mill Trees. jKicket, are rich. A man bom with a tocial intercom bo and fellowship tli. dillVrence bTdly Observers in many of tho small cities among Us members." CLOVERPORT, KY. good, Hound constitution, a good stomach fiercely.and the driver lashed tho brute Whoever has ridden hi HanThis is tho substance of a printed let- blessed with shade trees have noticed Newspapers Save Ice. a good heart, good limbs and a pretty som cab knows how awkward ita to .u ter petting forth tho scheme of tho now that thoso trees near electric lights havo good headpiece, ix rich. (Jowl Isjiiex are have the long lash of the driver's whip society which is being quietly circulated been blighted by something, nnd, for the better than gold ; tough muscles are lct-tu- r dangling in one's eyes. Several times Ice, completely enveloped in newspaamong those v.'lio aro undoubtedly and lack of soma more apparent cause, the than silver ; and nerves that Hash lia Bartholomew ordered the driver to lie pers so that nil air is shut out, will keep a thosu who aio presumably eligible to trouble is ascribed to tho electric lights. and carry energy to awry function nro more careful in the use of his, whip. longer time than under other conditions; stand among the elect who propose to Tho local arboriculturists say that tho FltlllTI much better than houses and land. It Ih Beaching his destination. Bartholomew ami that a pitcher of ice water laid in a call theintelves "The Colonial Dames of trees need darkness us much as men need quietly toox out his sleep. There seems to bo somo reason better than alantled estate, to have the out of the cab upon glass eye. stepped newspaper, with tho ends of the paper America." tho The names of the originators of thi-- i in supposing that tho nearness of tlw right, kind of u father and mother. Hood holding out the eye lu his sideusalk. and J twisted together to exclude open bund he the air, will patriotic mid aristocratic corporation electric lights h the cause of tho droopbreeds nnd bad breeds exist umong men salil sternly U( the cabman: "I waniel remain all night in any summer room ing of tho trees, Yor Bimilur trees, not exaro not disclosed, hut tho bl.ui in you repeatedly, yet se.- what you have with scarccley any perceptihle ineltingof as really among herd aud horseH. n which invites the woman to posed to nuy other illumination than Da. llUMFiiiutTs' arcane aresclenUflcallratul done! Wait here, now. sir. until I have the ice. carefully prepared prescriptions i used for utsny may do much to check evil ten that of tho Bitn, have not been nlTected I r whom itisiuhuii.led t.i kindly with suooes,and forover & HEHDERSOH hlrty lu prl vato practicepeople. Every single Sue-nil I years used by tho dencies or to develop good ones : hut It summoned a jiollceinan.' wiliiiigneut to bo considered in that way and nro bright and strong. In freezing ice crvaiii. when the ice is clHo Is a spevUl euro fur Uit tllsas uarueU. To the befuddled cabman there waaiiu Ix a great thing to inherit the right Tboe MpeclUca cure without tlruxglnir, porff- as a candidate by the cnmmitteo o! Boston Budget. awful reality in all this. Ha did not scarce, pack tho freezer only insornuucins; me system, ami are ia raci ana deed thesoverelnu remedies of tlieWorld. of faculties to start with. The wait for any further parley oh. no, full of ice ami Hilt, and finish judges la variously filled out by hovcral Tli lllslurlo Monitors. not man is rich who has a good d!so)tioii, he. Lashiug his horse into a gallop he with newspapers, ami tho difference in ladies whoso family patronymic figures . xos. There nro now thirteen monitors lying eti eik. ust or rancir itingestion, lunainmation. .rnmx, prominently iu tho ntmald of old, very Idle, tho orlginaLcost I FeTsrs, jvho is naturally kind, patient, cheerful, made off as fast as ever ho could. lie tho time of freezing ami tho quality of of which was nearTmuireir(i ,. w.ui viiv. urmiiCollr,orTee(hlnKo(Iufauts , old Now York. Now York World. ylntr ly 7,000,000. In their present-conditiohopeful, ami who has a llavor of wit and worst scared cabby in all the Cnii .1 cream is not perceptihle from the result urrnru. or umiurencir auiiiu ... 'R I'liJiBssHUBKjf'btv IV lyenmerv. Orlulnir. llllloui Collj.... they nro not only useless, but a Bourco of .his comiwwitioii. A cross. Kclflxh Kingdom: By this quiet ebullition of where tiie f reiver is packed full of Ice. U tlfaolera Morbus, Vomiting,.,, .. From anthropologloal moasurementi expense, nnd Hear Admiral Jouett favora humor tho pilgrim from Burr;0a!c evaded (Xtiu uruucuiiis... MJQWJla dexnondiiur nn I romnlainhiL' Neurulslu, Toothache, r'anwilie ... payment of n live shillln;,' fare and After removing tho (lasher, it Is better to inado on Cutnbrldgo students It appears n plan for converting them into Moating H IleadHclieo, Bleklleulache, Verllgo felloyjjSuIinid nnd enrcburdciicd iiinii 10 ItyspepslH, IUllous Htoinorli achieved deserved f.uuo for having got cork up the cream and cover it tightly that their heads oontlnuo to grow after batteries for toast and harbor defenso, 11 rluubreaaedor l'nluful l'erloda. thWiffgHUKM-i- i deformed on the in- tho ago of 10. Thoso who hnvo obtained which could bo dono nt an estimated cost Passenger, Mail and Express Boats. with a packing of ne8paiers than uso the better of a Loudon cab driver. White, too Profuse lYrloUs. .. ivi Croup, Cougli, Dinicultlireathln "''H-ftSi1not ,i,nI' ,,,lt tlK"ir Eugene Field's Letter in Chicago Times. more ice, Tho newspapers retain tho high honors havo had, on the average', of ?1,000,000.-Chlc- ago Herald. Hnlt ltbouHi, Krysliicuui, Krutitlous. a iLueumaiiNiii, itneuniatioraius,,,,. considerably larger brains than the others thoughts sometimes do. -- (lav Manufac- cold already In the ice hotter than a H KfiTerand Avne, Chills, Uahula, A Hmltlijr I'erfuuir. .. Tho Jewish population of Palestluo has For all way landings, betwoen LouIiTllle an'l at tho ago of 10, tho predominance nt ., .. 7 Mies, lillnd or llleedlng .... ; . it II t'ninrrh, liifluenuXX'olilliilliellrnil v.s Henderson, the elegant and Seat stosmnr it you wain a loveiy mior in your jwicking of cracked ice unit sail. Scien- that ago being greater than at 25, a fact Increased 7,000 annually in the last flrc 0 '.Vhuuplnir C'oubu, VIoteulUoiiKhs. 1 rooms break off branches of tho Norway tific Am ricar. llrhlllly.l hysteal Weukuexs which Is held to imply precocity aa an years. In 1711 Talestlno contained but JAMES QUTIIHIR. J?lo9.-,iJV8Jioand get a bottle of spruco nnd arranco them in largo Kldne 'i liriieral IllBABKH TKhl. CITY, a jug I , . clement in tho success of high honor men. 8,000 Jewsr iu 1883, 20,000; end of 1888, usiietiiuiy wrtlliiglled.. J. ww Ho Jlrlua "Oi OcM'rWnXhill Cure," and if it is well filled with water. In a tow days ' .AW Wepknesa, 0ITY or OWENSllOIlO, 70,000. lllseai ioi iueiicari,taipiiauoni.av Sflunco cannot produce u bolter roino- I One of the above Una slile wheel sUameri pan not thq brt remedy you have ever used tender, naln trrpnn tirntifitma r.mil.ni. m.i MUluUrpreteil.. Sold by nrngKlsts, or sent postpaid on receipt His Mother Johnny, what aro you up anil deifu Jally. Hplemlld aooomraoilatloni awl Fever your money wiill he soft and cool to tho touch, and giving tho ,l' for u" "lI"ril1 lleW8 than "C. C. C. of price. Da. MskiisL. (lit pages) Masher Wero you smiling at me? tucking that whetstone for? tir siock. richly bound In cloth and gold, mailed tree. delightful, health giving odor wo nil bo Chill Cure." l'leiisiiiit to take, rexndeil. you. Ocneral offloe and 178 Fourth street; Hutaphreya'ledlclneC'o.lui Fulton Bt.N Y. Maiden No;,I was laughing nt Tho Terror I'm sharpening mynppo-:ltf- . dearly love. My library emells of the (":niir.itiirnil in ..nro Plillla nnd r.vnr. Lou itllle, Ky, . .. r . Van Dorn'o Magarlno. Van Dorn'a Magazine. ." ....rH.... uor. iiiauer. lort-BiW.W. IIITK.Prut. I StOwer!!1 for the BkkckkxkiikikNkws. sold by O. W. filiort. D. L. Supt. Bkeckenridge News. Graad Aaaual Excursion to the Sea L. & T. and shore via I., C, & 0. Routes. White Sulphur Springs, 'Richmond, It : 180O :r GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC FRANK S.COOK, you-onl- Ia-iiv- LUMBER, LATHS, SHIFGLES, DOORS, limri '.WARRANTED 1 1 y t ,l CbM-k- Estimates promptly made. & JESSE W OT77"E3ST , L, D. ADDISON'S MAIN BET., 15th 16th STS., X LOUISVILLE, KY. Whah l' 1 r h wmORIA rxmt is ff' u & H 9P" ,tttXfflSljz& K &BKr .JImh-- mMU-L- w JT! r Union National Bank s - I :i- - - l .. The H. W. HERNDON CO., i l.e ' t Produce & deifral Coi)iiiii,u J y No. 144 Third St., Strap Louisville, Ky. i;jl HARNESS. . . 1 a-- 1 ifc I 1m t 1 h,-i- v - at $6.00 -- $9.50up. e - St. Louis, Evans ville West and 100.000 ii pio-mot- BtJY YOUE W. S. ASHBY. C- - SHIETS -- J. D. BaPRAGE. 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