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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS "j lf--. . t . - CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. THt: YIARS THAT WOULD NOT STAY. Til years! Tho vanished yearj! The cycles swing With their majretlc sweop and hcurr.way Into tho shoreless wa", whero hi gen sin r r.mllesj ebb nongs, thoye.irs Unit would not stay. Tii 3 ycaisl How would tliolr vlstat seem to ma If I coild traverse them Just as they were Bathed I j the Illit that narcr wjy on sea Orsuorc! Tuo blowm garlandoJ parterrs NO. 5. r V r WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS Ue Eminently Fractlcnf. FADS OF THE BATHERS. SOME WAYS OF STEAMING SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION THAT BEAT THE TURKISH BATH. A K If- - 17- - l I r "4. li ft1 j '(ft P. " e r V m P.. v The fids of progressive Now York women will kill mo yet. Lust week I took a "puck," und I am neurly dead. Many have gainod ono pound Lost twunty pounds und the power of por day by its use. locomotion for twenty-fou- r hours. My not a sccrot O happy harmonies, that never let Scott's Emulsion is lips and eyelids turned electric blue and romody. It contains tlio stimulatThu dulcet strains droop to tho minor key I my complexion is u pale green with ecru happy heart that has ing properties of tho Hypophos-- E O No juluf ul Gtrnln in allno string at fret, mottling. 1 wanted soma medicine a its mlnstreLiy I bites and puro Norwogian Cod big dose with a diet of lettuce, prunes, Tlio years! They dawned and waned with shift liver Oil, tho potoncy of both Graham rolls ami hot water to see if I and shine. being largely increased. It is usod could put down the rebellious biliousness And se.-- Iu retrosix'ct o'eroanopled Willi skies forever blue, and smiles divlno by Physicians all over tho world. of my skin and put on a silver gray Helming from heaven with songs accompanied. gown. 1 went to seo the bathing misPALATABLE AS MILK. O land that lies nfcrl O time that seems tress in the Hoffman house, .who used to Sold by all Druggists. '' ATlston faircf blissful Arvady, steutii and knead the Joreoy Lily and In childish moods and maiden dreams SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. Whero I bidden lines, unwritten poetry! who did several hundred dollars' worth Found of grooming for tho beautiful Duchess O years! No summoning song or yearning plea . of Marlborough, She told mo that I Avails x itay their flight, or ransom one "ought to get packed." lUcyon season, fwvo as memory OP "Whero toT I asked. Iu holy avarice holds it for her own I Itosalliio U Jones In New York Sunt "Good looks! You can come here for a night or I will go to your house und WHAT ENERGY HAS DONE. give you a puck thnt will mukoyour hnir curl." Sumo Culobruted Examples of How Hard I gave her my curd und mado urrunge-uient- s Work Louds to Fume. to bo reudy for her two days later. Twonty-flv- o years ago u fow young Capital Stock $25,000. Her parting command "Tako a men in London resolved to meet every livo meal fust to rest your system, and ovening to exchango ideas. Tho num- you will be tho color of a lily when I get n. F. BEARD, President. ber gradually increased till it was neces- through with you." She did not say WILL MILLER, sary to hire a room. Growing ambi- what color or what kind of a lily at the Cashier. M. II. HEARD, tious, they hired lecturers, and many time, but 1 lmvo sinco learned that tho "I model she had in mitid was tho tiger lily. 0. W. BEARD ra, people wero brought together. Many of - - - Direct, MOttlUS KSKRIDCIEr THE "PACK" DKSCIUBKD. now trace back their success to them J H. M. JOLLY. I took tho fust, und the. day sho arrived this effort at gaining knowledge. Indefatigable industry coupled with i was its hollow us n pipe stem, and tho TO TAKE. K2VEH tho desire for knowledgo produced great weakness of the traditional cat was musresults. Walter Scott, when ho was in cular vigor compared to the general goneness of my interior. A small mountain ii lawyer's office, spent his evenings in study. John britton, tlio author of of couifortuhles and blunkets was colarchitectural works, said: "I studied my lected, my bed wus stripped and covered books iu bod on winter evenings, because first with a rubber und then n pongee too poor to afford a fire." Ho used every shoet. Over this was laid a wet sheet opportunity to read; tho books ho picked wrung out of boiling water in which I up for a few moments at tho book stalls was folded like a prehistoric mummy. The sensation was a little smart at helped him, ho says. Napoleon had first, und 1 had a lurking fear that the Tim nnlv Certnln and KfTcctnal Cnro jiersoverance and energy. Dr. original for Chills nnd Fever. Intermittent, Remittent, hue of whiteness was being Livingstono at the ago of 10 years, workBilious and Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Swamp Fever and oil Diseases originating bought with his first scorched from my spinal column. Satising in a factory, from a Torpid Liver or Malaria, wages a Latin grammar, and studied it fied of my mistake I relapsed into a stato rerfectly harmless, contains no ArnIo until 12 nt night. He studied Virgil and of passivity and the mistress of the bath bo Riven to the most nr Uuliilno andean dollciitu person with perfect safety. Horaco the sumo way, and finally en- transferred tho mountain of blankets from the floor to my bed. Then she put As a Tonic for Tired Fcellne, Loss of Aptered college and was graduated. petite Headache, Nervous Depression and Many will ask how they can advance u cool, wet napkin on my head, and ow Spirits origlnatlngfromMalaiia.ltstands iono ami without a Parallel. themselves in knowledgo, Tho first thing there I lay with tho weight of Atlanta's and Sl.OO I'RICE, bt Drugtfttt generally. Bottle. is determination; tho noxt perseverance. on my already caved in anatomylike n Bold every jwre in streaming Walter Scott gavo this advico to a young country pump. I tried to think I was J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., man: "Do instantly whatever is to be olc raoranrroBS, done, and tako tho hours of rccrcatirn huving fun, for it was a day off and it ErA2farjtlE, Xnd., V. 8. A. after business; never before it." Busi- has always been my motto to make my SOLD AND WARRANTED BY ness men often say, "Timo is monoy." owii sunshine. Do what 1 could with my thoughts I But it it moro than that to tho young felt tho blood pumping into my brain man. If used rightly it-i- self improvement, culture, strength and growth of and making violent and forcible efforts character. Tlio habit of idleness is a to escape. Tho statoly mistress of the hard ono to get rid of. Tho habit of flesh brush mado me keep still, changreading any thing and every thing is weak- ing the cold cloths on my head, slipped ening to the mind. Books chosen and morsels of crushed Ice down my throat read with care cultivate the mind and and encouraging me by frequent reiteracharuoter. Tho hooka you read should tions that I was doing well and would raiso your thoughts and aspirations, havo a beautiful color. I stayed in tho strengthen your energy and'help you in pack three hours and perspired until 1 your work. 'Thackeray says: "Try to thought there was nothing left of mo frequent the company of your betters. but the last breath. Th'en I droppod off In books and in life frequent that which of something I don't know just exactly is tho most wholesome society; leafu to what and when I was about to got a admire rightly. Note what great men glimpse of heavenly things with a lot of have admired; they admiro great things; short wuia ted early einpiro girls and narrow spirits admire basely and worship small dimpled boys in feathor trimmings for cataloirtie. floating about in atmospheric nonchameanly." Christian at Work. TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn lance I was rudely shaken and told to open my mouth. That ended tho pack. OlK B Doings of a Ono Eyed Cut. Queer SMftHolId THE SENSATIONS AFTEnWARD. Unlil Walcb There h an old cat in Cobbham, a subWorlD, SIVV.VU. UriTiti 1 was dosed with French brandy, watcb In tba world. PtrfMl urb of Athens, that lately called forth tliiukaapcr Warranted heay. much interest from its owners by its rubbed with ulcohol, polished off with a SOLID GOLD banttnr hmi. pair of buth injtts that had tho grain of Ilolh UdlM'lAdffDt tlltt, mysterious behavior. Sinco tho late dewith workl tad eaaee of iiul valua. OKI rilllllln structive eyejone at Louisville and other radish gruters and put to bed again betub locality can aecure ooe rce, weather witb our larra western cities, carrying in its mouth tween warm sheets. w.EacBMZfcavSayaiid valuable kneof II Oliaehalil Tho eanplea. aa vittwjr- Tih. waith. ara fVee. All iba work will death and destruction, this Cobbham cat a chop,pucker gavo ame u cup of bouillon, u ni.MnlH. Tbaaa yea, 'uinAmn a roll and glass of claret, and has grown quite a curiosity in tho feline naed do U to ibow vrUt wa aend too to Iboaa who alwajl re.ulla frl.ndi and neljhbori and Jhoja about rou-t-kal tribe. Every timo it thunders, and dark stayed with mo until I finished tho first wbra Ontj Hart td, bolda for jan In raluabla trada for ua, " clouds roll over the canopy of heaven in morsel of food I hud tasted in fifty hours. and thai wa ara rtpow. W. Ir iP". fn't't. yon know all, If lou would llki to p to work for ui,Add can ma, !so to SOO pr wek and upward.. wrnfrom a manner that threatens a storm, tho cat Bidding me keep quiet und stay in bed a Maine. 1 c t)tlnMnl3Ca.,IloxHlS, Vortlanil, begins to tremble pitcously, and screams day or two bIio relieved me of u $3 bill iu tho most weird and frightful accents had been saving for a crimson parasol BUY Y0UR.S0II00L BOOKS FROM of its talo of woe. When tho lightnings and went off. When I looked in tho flush from cloud to cloud tho cat's agony glass I saw a reflection thatbeggared tho seems to know no limit, and it rolls over horror portrayod by the impersonators of ttblTBCOIIlim One nt the Viol?tta and Camille in their last scenes. im ur and over, yelling in tho wildest way pos- I ms'iwil. M was n sort of ox heart red with a motnitta I lt5.vfrWJl BJ the world.nOurficllltlMirt sible. aaeqiitlrd, and to IntrtuJoctouf Even at tho dead hour of night tliU tling of yellow fover and black plague ULrWrrodtwtw1lttrndrillS patches done iu tho fashion that Limoges In ch locality. tooKK fcv IVHrlHMI frantically Only io(k QEb Aatabovt. onctcantho who writt mysteriousofcat will rush when clouds into vases aro under glazed. My eyes wero mak tart of at tTJ tho room its mistress THlJ Xv.VHDiV lfaclinct All jcubtrtoain retain li to how our codi to and will scream in terror. Tho cat on fire, tho lining of my lids was white CY tho who e II your belrtbort is a largo black animal and has but ono and green, my nostrils wero pinched and nd thoit around you. Th bf mSre finnlnr of tbla adTtrtlitmcnl oyo, tho other having suddenly disap- my lips shriveled und wero onion blue in inowi tn iiniii cdq vi mf ii ccp- - Tb following cut giro tbt apptarauct of It rtducadto peared recently. Tho cat is tho proierty tint Briefly, 1 wus n horror. 1 looked liko of ono of tho leading families of Cobba resurrection. Mentally I was as idiotic p ham. Savannah News. ', us the ushers in tho Bible wedding. But boat tbt (lftttth fart of Hi balk. It U a rnnJ, dotblt alia talt. propt, aa larrt aa U taiy to arry. Wt will alio ahowyoahow ron can nak from Hit to flt 1 0 a day at Itait, from tbt tUrt,wftta-o. I had been "packed," and thero is somo Tho Death Itato of Sailors. t iMiitnt. lttlr writt at onet. Wt pay all tipmt charrti. to know HBO, rOEILAWP, ULI. AddreM,H.HALLETTACODox It may bo n surpriso to many to learn satisfaction to a crack brain gamut of the that statistics provo tho sea to be safei that she hits ono less fad inhavo given up IiUY YQUU SCHOOL BOOKS FROM to livo on than tho land. Tho Into Mr. fooldom to investigate. I frockjund buckled Thomas Gray, of tho board of trade, ma-rin-o tho Ideal of -- gray down-ta diet of rare roast beef, boiled department, London, says: piiddiug and vegotable "I lmvo always contended and am onions, ricerecover somo of my lost soup, 1 .flesh more than ever confirmed in it that a I havo. inairis safer at sea than anywhere eko scarf, no use for uny thing but a Spanish and ah ulster. in a fairly good ship, properly manned 'But will you believe me when I tell and carefully navigated, as tho very great majority of British merchant ships you that .these packs aro tuken regularly by tho fa8bionttblyprogresslvowomen of ore." SURE CURE FOR. Tlio death rate of sailors is undor Now York very day in tho week? It's a fact.-N- ew York World. twelvo per thousand; tho loss of life by shipwreck is about u quarter of this; in A Host's Tliotiitiitfuliiess. fact there are moro lives lost among miBrown (Of Phlladelphiu) Come., right ners from accident than among sailors, For 30 Yoars a Success. and many more among railway em- in, old follow. Your room, is reudyand Ilei)U tliU Tofetlmoiiy milieu ployes. With regard to the general everything necessary to muko yoUjrffeel " TirV IT Jar V.ilimRir. death rate, tho fact that sailors, as a completely ut home is prepured: Utten Hi tlinei Hope you haven't Pfojirictori havi muny Jpnes (of Pittsburg) rule, aro healthy when they hegiu their my BETTER THAN QUININE. trade, and retire from it beforo old age taken any trouble onVery account. Doney Co., Mr. M. M. Kestefion. little, hut that Brown (heartily) incapacitates them for other vork,-mu- , Ark.,ayj: "lean certify to the fact little will count. Have hud four dozen nnd probably-misleadinghave that Ilughei' Tonlo is the beat chill iufluenco on tho figures. New cable carongs hung under your wintonb I. ever tried. I comlder It bettor dow and hired a hoy to hang thorn every, than iu!ulne." YorkLolger. ! day and, all night. QURES CHRONIC CASES. Jones (OYorjoyed) Bless you, old boy! ( Mr. II. VT. MoD'ouald, Laurel 11111 More to Come. Mlsa , wrltem "Your Hughes' Tonlo for A Missouri youth whistled at u. prayer Yonr thoughtfulness is. Blmply delightchilli and fever bai never fulled yet, meeting, and when rebuked ho claimed ful. Pittsburg Bulletin. cbro-nl- o and I live iod t to a numbor of drew a that he hud been insulted-ancaaes. It curei them every Hue." Horribly IireVcrcnt.' . knlfo to carve somo one. Ho was A very wicked younff person,- - Up whom Ask for Hughes' Tonic and talseNoOiher disknocked down with n chair and an admirer of Ibsen showed the drama' PRICE $1:00 PER BOTTLE. armed, but ho and his four brothers pro- tist's photograph, said, witb u lofty sneeri Small Size, 50 Cents, pose to see who runs the prayer meetyou wish a real good picture for a Detroit "If ings in that neighborhood. Fkcpabio by Marmoset monkey why don't you set Free Press. ROBINSON - PETTET CO., jiber Boston Herald. LonIrtviUe, ICy. It looks very much like tho farmers of For Sale by DruygliU. Thd Aniorieaa Bed JJurnal says that Georgia aro on top in state politics. received, show that Their organization has so far been able its reports, so far as for honey in New York your pupor and to dictate the nomination1! for state offiIVetlce tltc label en state this season is h poor obc, I see If yoHr tlHjooxpljrcs thin iMOHth, cers nnd congress. COLDS Wasting Diseases Wonderful Flosh Producor. Is but a feuo all fennel fringed that strays E tiiaidon-- daisy pled In memory; And thrcuh this silences tho xkylarlc's lays Drift V my heart iu strandj of nulojy. s Nunitpupur Writer Is I'ut Through a rrocLwn Which Mukcs Her All tho Colors of tlio Itiilnhnw An Orduul Which to the Uninitiated I Akin tit Torture. 'in tho history of this coun'.ry when clear headed, strong hearted, courageous leaders wero moro needed than nt tho present. Unfortunately for over twenty-fiv- o years first principles have beea.ost sight of, and the grand principles underlying our wonderful constitution, as understood and propounded by tho fathers, havo been too much leftin abeyance, and a vicious system of trusts and combines, in huge syndicates ?hnd rich corporations, has been fostered under tho guiso of American manufactories and "Infant Industries," heralding tho popular cry of "protection to IVmertcan labor." Thcso industries havo had special privileges under n vicious system of political economy that enriched tho manufacturers and corporation syndicates at tho oxpenso of tho farmers the primo producers. True It Is that pleas havo been put forth to show tnat all this was favorable to tho fanner's Interest, nnd Bpeciallyso to tho dear workingman. Let tho corMitioii'Of the coal miners and iron workers of Illinois and Pennsylvania answer this fallacy. Western und southern farmers and their strong ullics, tho workinginen, should strictly bear in mind that If they aro to win tho points for which they are now in tho initial stages of contending they must bo eminently practical in their actions, both beforo and nftcr nominations aro mado this fall. Kansas City Livo Stock Indicator. Bpo-clo- Iu our opinion thoro never was a timo MEADE COUNTY INSTITUTE. Tlio Meade County Teachers' Institute met at Brandenburg, Monday, August 11, 1800. At'fli.'W a. m, Superintendent V. Roland O'llryan called the teachers to order and made a fow remarks very appropriate to the occasion. He then introduced Professor J. T. Gaines, Principal of the Third Ward School, of Louisville, who hnd been engaged to conduct the Institutute. Professor Gaines spoke at considerable length upon the object of tlio Institute, the great benefit that could be obtained from entering into the spitit of the work, and the importance of noting down, for future reference, the methods and principles presented in the course of tho exercises. The Institute then proceeded to permanent organization. Fifty-fou- r teachers wero enrolled and F. J. McAulifle was chosen Secretary. Upon suggestion of Superintendent O'llryan tho first subject, Penmanship was tuken up immediately. Tho conductor advocated teaching the principles of writing to pupils in tho primary grades. He showed several ways of correcting faults that may havo been acquired by pupils and asserted thnt no one can be a successful teacher of penmanship, unless he is a good penman. Ilc'ad vised the teachers tosctthcirowncopiesnnd to teach but one movement, tho Forearm or Muscular. After some questions by Professor P. 11. Hays, tho Institute adjourned until 1, p.m. MONDAY, AFTERNOON. GREGORYS CO., Headquarters for Reapers and Mowers, Q'am Fertilizer. Cement, Mich-icuPlaster, Suit, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Drills, n 3UaK Pine & Poplar ly tilled. Shingles-Bric- k, al-w- O bloomful. blissful orchard aisles, It seems Tho small of lovely plnlc whlto b ossoms floats Through mists and illjtam-t- athwart my dreams, OjuimlnslhiK with tlio 01 lute's woosomo notes! Handles, Pino Flooring kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptPlow BI'Y YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM th BAB-BUJ- E. 4 i D. HAMBLETOKf, Heal Estate Agent ' bank: HAEDiarsBiraG n-u- FtiLS-PLEfl- SflHT EHED033 Por When You llntho In tho Sea. "Keep your breath" Is of courso tho best advico to peoplo who won't bo advised not to triflo with tho liquid which both floats nnd strangles. Tho next best udvico is, "Keep your head." If in threatening circumstances, think. If you aro swimming in tho breakers reflect that tho approaching wave which suddenly looks so high will certainly lift you to its height beforo tho foamy comber breaks about your ears. And when tho passing wavo sinks beneath your falling body havo no fear that you will bo swallowed in the watery abyss. Nothing more exhausts an ocean swimmer than useless efforts to climb an approaching mountain of water, or to float downward moro slowly than tho receding wavo. You can havo your sport with tho sea if you will humor it and let it have Its fun with you. But to pit your puny arms against tlio Atlantic's heavings is to violate the first rules of tho game and pay forfeit, perhaps, with life. Tho Biimo rulo of acqulescenco has saved many a man in a tideway and will savo many more. Now York Times. Tho exercises were opened with prayer by Professor Hise. Professor Gaines took up the first subject on tho programme, Primary Reading, Spelling and Writing, and advised us to into tho word Method, to teach script beforo print, to develop all exercises from present objects and present actions. He would use no books, charts, or cards, but would cause the children to muko their own books until they were ready to make tho transition from script to print. After some questions by Miss Nettie Hardin nnd F. J. McAuilfTo, this subject wus dismissed and Advanced Spelling was discussed. The conductor advocated teaching synonymous words together in order to secure to the child accuracy in using them. He seemed to favor mikiug every class a spoiling cIivh. Tlio teachers differed in regard to use-in- g spelling books, some favoring, and some opposing their use. The Query Box, when opened, was found to contain but two questions and these two were referred to Professor Gaines ami Superintendent O'llryan respectively, to bo answered Tuesday morning. TUESDAY, MORNING. CLOVERPORT, KY, P2T Agent for the purchase and sale of town lots nnd lands. Persons wishing to buy or sell are solicited to see me. " OI'ri(Ji:--A- n j where from C'rfiv Heel in the Depot, nt nil lioum. A Peinters' Ink FOll JUUltXAL JBtf ADYE11T1SEUS. Tho exercises were opened with prayer by Professor Gaines and the callt ing of the roll showed teachers present, After the queries had been disposed of, Grammar was discussed until noon. The conductor's methods with the primary claj g.tvc gjneral s.itisfactio n, but when he advised tlio teachers to diagram sentences for the advanced class and the pupils reproduce the same for their next lesson all the "normalites" differed with liiiii. They preferred to give assistance only when and where it is Numerous needed and they would have the pupils try the exercise first. questions were asked by Miss Ida Powell and Messrs Willett, Ilisp, Leo and others and this rendered tho discussion very interesting. fifty-eigh- TUESDAY, AFTERNOON. Is issued weekly, and is tho representative journal tlio trade journal of American advertisers. It Indicates to the inexperienced adver-Use- r how, when, and where he should advertise; how to write an advertisement; how to dlsplny ono; what newspapers to use; how much tnonry to expend In fact, discourses on ovcry point that admits of profitable discussion. Advertng is an art practicod by many but under od by fow. Tho conductors of Printers' Ink understand It, nnd their advico is based on an experience of more than twenty-Dv- o years In placing adrortlsclng contract.! for many of tho largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars : sample copies Frco. Address : GEO. P. HOWELL it-- CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruco St., Now York. Vn After prayer by Professor Gaines, the noxt subject, Language Lessons and Composition, wits taken up und the discussion was prolonged until time for adjournment. Tho conductor insisted on having real, live, specific 83iitonces in all language exercises. He illustrated his idea of wliatconsti-tute- s such a sentence by some questions directed to V. K. Hardestv. TUESDAY, EVENING. rvri Ctvl,l,tlwr-T- . gtvrwry skn To euro Biliousness, Sick Ilcndacho, Conati Professor Gaines delivered an excellent lecture on What is Teaching. A large number of citizens ns well as the teachers came out to hear and appreciate this rare educational treat. The exercises wero opened with prayer by Professor Hise and an hour was spcht in disposing of the queries. Some of these were of general interest and evoked considerable discussion. The conductor, in opening the next subject, Civil Governments, said that lie had had very littlo experience in teaching this branch and requested Professor W. J. Lee, one of the authors of Lee and (Jwynn's works on Civil Government, to give his method of presenting this very important Prof. Lee spoko first upon tho importance of this subject to a class. subject to all citizens, and then gave ns his idea of what a good text book on Civil Goverment should contain and how it should be arranged. A fter Professor Leo had finished his discourse; Professor Gaines introduced lion. of Public Instruction and author of His'A. F. Smith, tory of Kentucky. Professor Smith said a few words upon the importance of tlio study of Civil Government and then left the subject in order to advocate the study of Kentucky history. He dwelt very eloquently upon tho part played by Kentucky m the foundation of our liberty and formation of our government. Tlio hour for adjournment arrived and no methods of teaching Civil Government had been presented. WEDNESDAY, AFTERNOON Sixty-thre- e The exercises were opened with prayer by Professor Hise. teachers enrolled answered present. The conductor proof tho sixty-fou- r posed to Uike up tho noxt subject but Mr. McAuliirc suggested that no method of teaching Civil Government had been presented and requested that the subject be considered further, lie suggested also, that thoso who are present in tlio interest of different publications should not be allowed to consuino tlio time of tho Institute in discussing tlio merits of their respective works. On motion of B. F. Willett Civil Government was recoup and Superintendent O'llryan announced thnt those persons who are here to represent books, papers, etc., will be allowed time for discussion nfter the regular exercises of tlio day have been finished. Professor Guinea then placed on the board an outline of a method of teaching Civil Government. Questions by Professor Hays, Shacklett, and McAulifle followed and tho subject was dismissed. After ten minutes recess, which was agreed to on motion of 11. F. Willett, im. Professor Guine that very important subject, Geography dwolt at length upon the importance of this study to all classes, trades and professions. lie advocated the Synthetic Method with the primary class and advis-'- d letting nil pupils mi tluir nupj in class wluu they nro "studying map questions. This lust has been adopted by the Louisville schools and it is said to work admirably. When the afternoon's work had been finished, the Supertendcnt put before the Institute the question, shall we adopt a text book on Civil Government ? This question was decided in the affirmative. Then came the question, what text book on Civil Government shall we adopt? Professor Hays laid before tle Instiute the merits of Hart's "Civil Government of tho United States anil of the State of Kentucky" and was followed by Professor Leo in favor, of Lee and Gwynn's The Superintendent "Digest of Patriotic History and Civil Government." deemed that he would not tako tho vote until Friday afternoon in order to give all the teachers an oiipoitunity to examine both books. my-bod- Gh. TS7 SIEEOIEeX s m FINE SHOW OASES. Congressional Iliintbuggory. Tho fanner who is Instructed to "write to his congressman and urge him to voto in tho interests of agriculture'' will havo littlo timo for raising a crop if he follows up all the bills that aro pouring Into congress. Many of theso bills, ostensibly in the interests of fanners, are glaring specimens of demagogery and humbug. Nono knows this hotter than tho men that introduco them. Why. then, aro they introduced? Simply to "keep the farmers qulfit." Not ono of theso wild cat bills can bo passed through this congress they will only injure tho chances of tho fow wiso and conservative measures that aro being discussed. Somo representatives whoso present object in lifo is to secure a may bo ublo to havo a roaring speech printed and distributed at government expense; that's about nil that will como of it. Rural New Yorker. Hopes Increased. WEDNESDAY, MORNING. pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho safo and certain remedy, SMITH'S r ' . BILE BEANS tho SMALT. Size (lOlittlo Beans to tho bottle) TTho C3itnlslo size, nil pi-Ilitttlo. rIror olllicr lor anc. Arox. r TIIEV AUK THE MOST CONVENIENT. J ; .AT'-II'l- U PANEL, SIZE. IMallri for4rU.(eoprrpori(amrfl. I.F.SMITK&CO.Uiicriof 'jULKBhASS,' ST.ICUIS M0. BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM BAB-IlAU- L E S M E WANTEDS AT OITCIC. N IV. To sell our choice Nursery Stock. Salary or commission and Btcndy work fur earnest workers, ELLWANGER & BARRY, Mt. Hope Nurseries. Established 1840. -- Ituchcktcr, V. insyiEoi FREE. Fanners and wago earners aro abundantly able to get along without the old party politicians, but how would theso aspirants get along without tho producers? No schemo of robbery can bo carried out without the tacit consent of tho voters. Of courso this consent is always secured by specious promises, and they may thank tho credulity of tho jjco-pl- o for tho success that has thus fur attended their efforts. But nt last this confidence in tho pledges of political trimmers seems to bo broken, and our hopes for something practical for tho benefit of tho greut plain peoplo of tho country liavo been correspondingly increased. In any movement seeking reform through political channels tho first work to ho done is to cut entirely looso from tho control of tho old party machines. Ago, Duluth, Minn. Do Not Know Their Nutucs. A gentleman who recently returned from Korsakoff, in Russia, states that 'every summer somo 1,800 or 1,400 fisher men from nagodato or Nilgata visit tho pluco to find employment, and that tho men aro nbt only Ignorant of a single letter, but, for the most part, oven of their own names. At tho timo of their departure from Japan tho Gun officials teach them their names, sometimes furnishing thoso who aro of bad memory with their names written on paper. On the arrival of tho men at Korsakoff tile officials call out their names, and it is said that tho proportion of thoso who mako a satisfactory roply is not moro than ono or two out of ten. Most of them havo to look in their pockets for tho paper with their name upon it or to appeal to somo of their companions. Now York Journal. BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM BAB BAOK. BUY YOURSCUOOL BOOKS FROM BAB-BAU- cell-r- out CTTflT TJsflqFor "ST er FAILINO MANHOOD ueneratanaxibHvuus Weakness of Body and Hind, Effect of Errors or M.m,..U Oldor Younir. fcW Katiuil, Jlablr IUMIIIO! fullj tlntarril. K.w ta ralaraa m I MEN ONLY! uuiujiii BlraelferanKjH,L.1Uh.fKLUrauUltlU1Hl'llITSOI JIODT. ib.olul.lT oi.filll.ir IIOSK TIIKATIaAT-Ptiit- Sla la a ,, Urn Utlllr from to 61u. aad t'anlc (onotrl.t. Writ fttaeripll.a Hook, viplaaallansad praafa aialUd (ataladl fra. Murvia ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V. !. BAE-BAGI- E. FREE ito JTHURSDAY, MORNING. i; UIL np-pe- ut BAB-BAQ- Gaines. After tho The exercises wero opened with prayer by Profes queries hud been disposed of tho conductor proceeded to discuss methods of teaching History of United States. Ho advocated taking a threefold view of each event, namely from the dato, from tho place, ami from the important persons collected with it. He seemed to bo iu favor of a caioful study of tho war history of the U. S. Some, of tho teachers present wero in favor of giving moro attention to tho stu ly of political history and less to the study of the wars. As a great number of the queries had been on tho School Laws tho conductor did not deem it worth while to devote much attention to that subject Ho Biniply advised the teachers to rend the School Iiw carefully for ' themselves. THURSDAY, AFTERN00N. WMEDICINE C17 CO Al'EST jIDERINO CHILL CURE. quality and j BILIOUSNESS, IT WILL ALSO MEDICINE KNOWN size of dose. CX7IWB DYSPEPSIA, for-unt- HUaHES' After prayer by Professor Hise, tlio conductor began tho discussion of tlio noxt topic, Theory find Practice of Teaching, Organization of District School. Most of tho ground hod been covered by previous talks and the conductor asked tho teachers to mako known their difficulties and ho would answer their questions. Several teachers availed themselves of this opportunity to obtain useful informa.tion. When this subject hnd been passed the Superintendent took the sonso of tho Institute on tlio question, Shall wo org.mizj u Teaehors' Association ? Professor Gaines spoko on tho object of tlio Association and showed the great benefit tho teachers could obtain from a good working Association. A number of teachers expressed their desire for such an organization and from eight until nine Friday morning was set apart for that work. AMD CUnONIO COItSTII'ATION. C. C. MARTIN, Clovorport. DRUGGIST NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky Modern Miracles. A singer for distressed, And the doctors all said she mutt rest, was breitb st But she took a. M. D. For her woik lungs, you seo, And now she can sloe with the best. An atheletegave out, on a run, And he feirol his oaroer was q'ulto dme Q, M. D., pray obiorre, Gave back his lost nerve, And now be o in lift half a ton, A writer, who wrote for a prlio, Had headaches and pain In the eyes ; 0. M. D, was a spell That made htm quite well, And glory befuro htm now lies. J onlorby Superintend ent O'Bryun whnnnotuiced tho object of the meeting to bo to organize a Teachers' Association. Professor W. J. Leo was chosen Chairman pro torn. and Miss Alma Aalicmlt fiec y. 1110 Associnuou iiroceeueu 10 permanent teachers wero enrolled and the following officers organization. Twenty-ninwere elected : R R. O'Brvan, Pres't; Miss Fraiikio Conway, Vico Pres't: Messrs. B. F. Willett. Win. 0 Bryan and . xitoa ai... to John W. Owlngs wero elected a committee on programme and instructed to m-at tho Supsrintciidont's offico atll. p. m. Tho Association decided hold its first meeting at Brnnbondurg, Saturday", Oct. U!i at 10 a. in. The Association then adjourned and tho work of tho Institute was resumed. Several queries were disposed of and Arithmetic was taken up. Professor Gaines said ho would teach Arithmetic with n view to developing tlio child's mind and not with a view to Its practical usefulness. Ho presented several methods of muking tlio work easy for the teacher. His method of e Aulipmft-Sntvvot FRIDAY. MORNING. rri.i. innrdiors nssnmbledttt 8. a. m. niul'wcro called to mm Professor Gaines opened tho exercises with prayer and immediately took up tho lost subject, Physiology. His dlscourso seemed to cover all tho points, ns no questions were asked. -- .... Govern- Tho Institute by a voto of 22 to 10 adopted Hart's work on '"on motion it was unanimously agreed to pay tho Secrctnry ten dollars attend-nncTho teachers then came forwaru.anrt rccoived their certificates of and tho Institute stood adjourned ..V dfc Q g o g & F. J. MoAulHlo Sec'y. o iroBontimr Compound Numbers met with some decided opposition. FRDAY. AFTERNOON. HMMafMMBHpifliflMWBHKi For Sale or Rent. Wanted to rent or sell toy farm of 100 acres, one mile North of Union Star, on tba if aters of 70 acres In cultivation. Good Lick Run. dwelling, barn and other Improvements. For further information address the undersigned nt Union Star. J. T, WHKELER. e the-prosp- ct Thoso are only examples of the' daily triumphs of Dr. l'lorce's Goldon Medical Discovery, in restoring health and reviving wasted vitality. Pold by all drug- - s't. mm r"Cfrf wnnwi ' "I" J Breckenridge News, JNO.D.BABBAQE CoxaiiEss will adjourn about October 1st. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - ROCKVALE. Corresp'nt Miss Cella Robertson is quite ill. II. Hart went up the road Monday. Preaching at Goshen every Sunday night. Mr.J. A.- - Cone passed through hero this week. Miss Cottio Cooper went to luisvillo Monday. Miss Annie Dean went to Louisville- Saturday. liss Nannie Green returned to Louisville Saturday. Dr. T. 0. Moorman went to Ilardins-bur- g Sat unlay. Mrs. Bailey, of Irvington, is the guest of Mrs Dempster. Bro Ileid.is holding a series of meetings at Union Chapel. Bro. Rcid will 'teach a select school near Goshen this year. Miss Hattic May, of Ilardinshurg, was visiting hero last week. Mrs. Minnie L. Moremen, of Clover-por- t, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Robertson. A number of our people took advantage of excursion rates to Louisville Saturday. Surveyor F. M. C. Jolly passed over tho lino to Ruth last week. Object, to survey "city Jots." The new store bcloliging to C. W. Jones is to be finished in a short time at Rockvale Station. ROCK HAVEN. Wheat about half Health tolerably good in this crop.--; - Agent & The Constitutional vcnccB next Monday. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 11.11 a.m. ..10.01 a.m. 10.05 11.07 5.58 9 27 ' Convention con- - Ii., St. I.. & T. l.ncnl Time Card. Mall and Express going Gait West " East Express " " West LooM ' Freight " " Est West tho First district, has followed tho example- of Senator Carlisle, and come out against the schemo advocated bysomcof the 'Wheelers. Sub-Treasu- Cur. Stone of TiiKm:are somo mighty nick citizens Get the news and gel all the news and in this town, and wo fear that salt water From Dana's will come too late to save them if Major nothing but the neics Miller doesn't strike a big vein pretty Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. soon. OIUIANIZATIOX. The mlilress to tlio Democrats of State issued by the Cliuiriiian of State Central Comniitteo is a very Wii.mam Hatchctt, of Henderson, and well known in this city, is making to ouu coiikhspondiintn. the the speeches in the Second district in tho interest of the Wheelers. William is a imiub-lishetl portant document. The adilrew wiw good speaker and is doing some excel- Messrs, Wanl Archie and AI. Berry Gratifying To All. have just completed a largo distillery at Tho high position attained and the Ekron. Col. Z. T. Herndon returned to Ohio universal acceptance and approval of the last week to resume his work on the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Tin: sudden death of Dr. J. K. Urown, Figs, is tho most excellent laxative which occurred on last Wednesday eve- railroad. known, illustrate the value of the qualMisses Jennie and Fannie Woolfolk ning, was quite a shock to this communifies on which its success is based and ity, and to his numerous friends tlnough-ou- t visited the Misses Aylesworth at to the are abundantly gratifying the county. Tho doctor was one of California Fig Syrup Company. the leading physicians of this city, and a Miss Annie Fontaine went to Mississvery influential and popular citizen. He ippi last week where she will spend the WEBSTER. came here twenty-fiv- e years ago, and win ter with relatives. gradually worked himself up to a leadUncle Johnny Barker is nl Irvington. Mr. Harrison, of Iuisville, was down ing point in his profession. Aside from several days lust week looking after the Webster has the champion base-bahis duties as a physician he took an IOiiisvillc Salt works. club. active interest in all matters of a public Fanners arc preparing for a large Posters ore in circulation announcing character that was likely to advance the wheat crop. the Klizabethtovvn fair which takes place welfare and prosperity of this city. The sick are reiorted some better this Sept. 10, 11, 12 and lit. morning. AV. E. Ditto returned to his home Deafness Can't bo Cured Dr. II. Bell Kurtz, of E'town. is here in Texas last week. His wife will reon a visit. by local applications, as they cannot main here until October. School opened Monday with n good reach the diseased portion of the ear. Mr. Sam. Fowler and family, attended attendance. There is only one way to cure deafness, Dr. Wm. Milncr made a professional and that is by constitutional remedies. the Corydon fair last week and visited visit hero last week. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- relatives in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Frakes and Mr. D. C. Crawford accompanied his sister dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets and Mrs. E. A. Coleman attended the to her home at Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Jenet Frymiro has returned from inllamed you have a rumbling sound or Corydon fair last week. imperfect hearing, and when it is The Wheelers arc still growing in this the Tar Springs much improved. Mr. James Kennedy and Miss-Titientirely closed, Deafness is the result, county. There is some talk of them and unless the inllammation can be starting a general store here. Smith, of Irvington were in town Suntaken out and this tube restored to its The recent rains have improved the day. normal condition, hearing will be des- com crop wonderfully. It is the opinion Miss May Crawford, of Indianapolis, troyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are that there will lie an average crop. has been here on a visit to friends and caused by catarrah, which is nothing but relatives. Mr. A. C. Lewis and family who have an inllamed condition of the mucous Boyd Brothers, of the Irvington flourbeen visiting Mr. J. W. Lewis have resurfaces. ing mills, wero here last' week buying turned to their home in Louisville. We will give One Hundred Dollars and receiving wheat for their mills. Mr. J. W. Rhodes will have a mulo for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrah) that we cannot cure by taking colt show at his place near Rhodelia, givBucklen's Arnica Salve. Hall's Catarrah Cure. Send for circulars. ing a premium for the best mule. The licst salve in the world for cuts, Mr. II. B. Livers moved to the country F. .1. CII KXKY & CO,, Telcdo, O. last week. AVo regret very much to lose bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Mr. Livers and family from our town. corns, and skin eruptions, and positively Death of Dr. J. E. Brown. The family of Mr. W. II. Richardson cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Dr. .lames Kiuinet Urown, whosedeath who have been spending the summer guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or occurred in this city last Thursday here will return to Louisville Thursday. Price 23 cents per money refunded. evening, was born in Jlrandenburg, A delegation from Louisville were box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., in ISIJH. lie w as the oldest son down this week to wee the action of Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, the of Dr. K. O. Itrown, a physician "Spider" recently put up to pump the Ky. well known in that part of the State gas wells. and in Louisville. COUNTY VS. TOWN. A Sunday School has been organized Dr. Itrown has been twice a citien of at Weldon. The time of meeting is 3 From time immemorial there has Clovcrjiort. During the period of his resilience at llrandenburg, in January, o clock in the afternoon and in the wait- existed in the minds of the people of the country a prejudice against tho he was married to Anna M. Satterfield, ing room at the depot. It would perMrs. Masena Fontaine, Misses Georgia peoplo of the towns. daughter of Thomas F. Satterfield, of this city. He was a druggist and engaged in and Mattie Moremen and Harry Bell, haps bo a difficult matter to stato defithat business at Cloverjiort, Branden- attended the Corydon fair last week and nitely how this prejudice first found lodgment in the minds of the people. burg, Charleston n, III., and at Louisville visited Wyandotte Cave. While conducting his business at LouisMr. John Nevitt has bought the Basin Hpwever, designing men havo had ville, he began the study of medicine at Spring farm from W. W. Williams. much to do with this stato of things. the Old I'niversity, of Louisville, at- Meade county loses ono of her best far- It is so easy for some ono seeking pretending the lectures regularly, ami de- mers and we are sorry that the Basin ferment to appeal to tho lower passions, and during tho excitement to ride with voting most of his nights to unremitting Spring farm is not in our county. power on the popular wave. The peoplo study. Shortly after beginning the Messrs. Elvis Wimp, T. A. McAulifT, of the town and the peoplo of the practice of his profession as a physician Lon and Lnrain Moremen, Bud Price, country arc all tho same people descendhe removed again to Clovo.rport, where Mr. Elkins, Tom Kirtley, A. Wright and Rk ii the resolutions adopted by the he lived for the last nineteen years of his Tim McAuliff attended the Corydon fair ed from the same stock, protected by the same laws and all under the same Farmers ami Hewleyville, life, building up in that time a large prac from this place. State and National government. It Aug. !. They offer some very good tice, extending over a mile area. Mr. J. 11. Berry and Surah Bruce, of is a mistaken idea that the citizen of Dr. Brown was a man of the most prosuggestions as to the changes that should Indiana, secured license hero to marry the town does in every way feel hims elf be made in frauiingthcncw constitution. nounced and positive traits of character. last week and were made one by our to bo superior to his brother of the His convictions were always deep and Ideas similar to these haebeen suggestgenial editor of the Meade News, who country. The mcrchunt who stands beed in other portions of the State. The lasting, lie was a true friend to those can olliciate In tlna capacity as well as hind the counter from 0 in tho morning he liked and was honest and candid with pica of the farmer is that the Constitu, conduct a paper. until 0 at night does not feel that ho is tional Convention which is about to those whom he disliked. In polities he A. W. Moremen sent five horses to tho occupying any higher position in life convene, should fiame laws that will was, like all his family, a staunch ReThe than a man who follows tho plow from lessen the current expenses of the state. publican, active in political contests, and Corydon fair from his stables. thoroughly in love with his party. He judges and not the horses kept him from early morn to dewy eve. Tho lawyer blue ribbons. does not claim to bo a superior man in Tiikiik is a bill before Congress, which might, not unjuwtly have been called a bringing over several strong partisan, and he considered that Nothing but Norman horses seem to have point of moral worth to his honorablo if passed, will require all railroads to equip their cars with such couplers and estimate of his jxtlitical character as any show over there. J. S. Moromen's client who labors at his trade or profesappliances asw ill not require trainmen nothing to be ashamed of. He was a beautiful trover, Lizzie, took the pre- sion. Tho physician goes into tho hovel , to go between the ends of the cars to member of the Methodist church, and mium in the light.harncss ring and his of tho poor without regard to condition of ufluirs and ministers to tho wants of couple them, and also with automatic though not an active churchman, those mules also took several premiums. who knew him well and knew of the Proceedings of the last week of Court. the sick and dying. The officeholder brakes, so the engineer can control the Commonwealth vs. John Bruco, con- stands ready as a general thing to attend speed of the train. Over 20,000 men suff- kindness of heart from which sprang many good deeds, done quietly, knew tinued; Commonwealth vs. Aph Mc to tho wanbi of those who gavo him his er accident every year by the use of tho him to be a man of sincere religious be- Gchee, ten years in the penitentiary ; II, position. And so it is through nil tho link and coupling pin on cars. lief. In Ids huge practice he did much T. Haynes vs. Ekron Gas Co., Judgment trades and professions. A man is a man wherover he may bo, Tiik Democratic State Convention of work for people from whom hu exjicct-c- d for PI'ir. $r00; J. A. McGehee vs. L. St., no comK'iisation. L. R. It., Judgement for Pl'lf". $48,75 ; without regard to where he may bo Indiana met at ludinuoplis last week and Dr. Urown was the oldest of a large Blant Shacklett vs. L. St. L. &. T. RR., placed or what position ho may fill in put out n ticket. Resolutions were adopted It is neither living in the family of children. Two brothers, Sam Judgment for Pl'lf., &7.50; Ed. Clark &c this life. Ren Harrison and the Repubarniinguing Urown and Stanley Urown live at Park vs. Climax Gas Co., Hung Jury; Ackcr-ly- , town or in tho country, in this Stato or lican party for the corrupt mcOiods used Samuel, Pcrryn Co. vs. J. E. Shultz in that that makes tho truo gentleman. in earring the state at the last President- land, a suburb of Iuisville. Two sisters A Chesterfield may guide tho plow or ial election. If the Democrats keep Mrs. Marc Kean and Mrs. J. II. Ringgold and citizen Gas Co., Judgement for Pl'IT. live in I.ouisvillc, and two other sisters $1100; Meade County Gas Co. vs. J. S. drivo tho plane, while a boor may their heads level over there in the future attempt to practice law ordoso out Republicans will stand it jioor show for Mrs. J. II. Ashcraft ami Mrs. George Moremen, continued; Brown Byron Wilcox, are residents of l'luluciih. His Withers vs. Railroad, continued; D. C. physic. It is neither tho dwelling place the stato two years hence. father died ubout a year ago at Louis- Pusey Ac. vs. J. W. Lewis, Ac, Judgment or the jiosition occupied that makes tho man or the woman. iTisKiid the Grand Jury, of Harlan ville. In his own family relations Dr. for PI'ir.; L. St. L. A T. Itlt. vs. Mrs. Tho Interests of both town and county Urown wos peculiarly happy. He was William Ilolliway, condemnation suit, County returned two hundred indict aro mutual. Neither onocan well exist fond of home mid loved nothing better Judgment for Defendant. incuts. Now if the officers of tho without the other neithor ono is- - inde His wifo and one iierform their duty by requiring than to beautify it. pendent of the other. Tho peoplo of daughter, Mrs. A. V. Ford, of Louisville, each offender to como up and answer the town aro not .superior to those of tho survive him, two sons and a daughter charges against him, riot and blood shed country, neither aro tho latter better in tho mountains may lie somewhat having died in childhood. than the former They aro equals. Tho checked. When Ilabjr wa gtclc, wo care her Castor!. sooner tho peoplo of both town and Worth Knowing Cantoris, When aha wa a Child, alio cried for country get sq that they understand IIcoheV Tonic Tho old time, reliablo When ilie became 111m, aha clung to CastorU. The Democrats of Indiana have got each other the better it will bo for all remedy for Fever and Ague. ReputaWhen alio bad Children, abe gave them C'astorla. their fighting clothes on, and they are concerned, Thero should bo no rivalry going to mako it hot over there for boss tion earned by Thirty years success. You between tho two except that rivalry as I Dnuo Harrison and his Republican followers can depend upon it. Try It to which shall best act their part in tho oists have it. roln now until 18IW, drama of life. Madlsonvillo Hustler. Long-moor's n. r, ll a law-wi- in full in these columns last week and we hope it was read by every Democrat, and ito importance considered. The object of the circular was to impress upon every member of the party the necessity for a perfect and thorough organization of the party, in each county and magisterial district in the State. It is only through a perfect union and a strict organization of the party that victory is accomplished. The overwhelming majority rolled up at the late election was due mainly to these causes. As the approaching congressional elections throughout the State will soon be at hand, it becomes us to organize thoroughly for the work. Kentucky would like the honor of sending to Congress a solid Democratic delegation, thus increasing the forces there ioreil'ectiveand determined work. The legislation put uion the people of the country, by the present Republican House, which is about to cloe its session has been of a character never before witnessed, and it is Hiillieient to condemn the party in power in the minds of intelligent people for all time to come. The actions of the notorious J teed, the Republican dictator and bull-doein his efforts to thwart all legislation offered by the Democrats deserves the highest condemnation of every citien. With a Democratic majority in the House, Keed and his autocratic rulings would never have come to light. So with the Force Hill and the McKinley Taritr Hill, and other Republican measures equally as corruptible. The object is among Democrats and it should extend to all classes and organizations of men to unite and putanvnd to all such legislation. The only waj to do this is to vote it down. The fact that you are a farmer and a Wheeler should not make you any less a Democrat. The instructions from the State Central Committee us to perfecting jour organization, are that County Committees should be elected throughout the State, on Saturday, September ti, at 2 o'clock p. "in., by iiiiiss conventions held at each Noting precinct in every county. One committeeman for each voting place is to be elected, ami the precinct committeemen thus chosen will assemble at their icspedive county seats on Satur day, September l.'tth, at 'J o'clock p. in., and elect a permanent Chairman and Secretary of the County Committee. Coder the head of who to elect, the following bit of good advice is given : "It is very important to the interests of the paity throughout the State, and to the interests of every county, that you elect reputable, staunch, uncompromising Democrats; men faithful to their party and true to their business and personal obligations. It is important that you should not cle t any one who holds political ollice, because you want disinter-e-te- d committees; but you are expected to cIioom' men who will understand that their duties are to a certain extent judicial, and that is unworthy and dishonorable to lend the services of the committee to promote the interests of rhal candidates in the party." This is very timely and sound adice, and if Democrats throughout the State will only heed it and act upon it the new County Committees will be composed of splendid material and the interests of the party will be faithfully looked after. lent work for his organization. Dit. Fdward Norton who fs recognized as leading authority on natural gas. says, the present supply in Indiana and Ohio is rapidly becoming exhausted. lie thinks it advisable for cities and states to take action restricting the lavish use of it. Woonroiti) V. Ixjngnioor, Clerk-ele- ct of tho Court of Appeals, was sworn in last Monday and entered upon tho discharge of his duties. His deputies arv Mr. A brain Adams, his brother-in-law- ,' of Cynthiana, and Mr. Kobt. L. Green, one of dipt. 1 ore's corps. Mr. majority over Mr. Tinsley was 54,707 votes. L. L. Lewis, of Louisville, was hero Sunday. Miss Moggie Green is teaching- tho Hill Grove school. Miss Pearl Ditto has returned from a visit to Louisville. There will bo preaching at tho Methodist church Sunday. Miss Nellie McGchee left for Pee Wee Valley to attend school. Miss Nellie Green has gone to Louisville to spend tho winter. Prof. Augustus Brown and .wife, are " visiting their parents here. Hon. C. It. Wathcn and It. II. Novitt were in Hordinsburg Monday. Col. C. L. Cornwell, of Louisville, was here last week attending court. Miss Ellen Dovvden, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, Geo. Dowden. Itev. Morrison wos in Union Star last week assisting in a protracted meeting. Miss Eva Herndon left Tuesday for Shelbyvillc where she will attend school. Miss Ellen McGehee, Irvington, was visiting relatives in the bottom last week Mr. Blake, of New Haven, Conn., visited the gas field last week on a geological tour. Mr. James Smith left for Ohio last week where he will engage in railroad - nojgh- -' Inn hood. " . . SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL OF THE FAIR 0 Several of our citizens arc moving to Louisville. Over an average corn rop in this ncighlwrhood. Mr. James Lenard lost a very fine marc Friday night. Mr. F. K. Summons shipped a carload of fine lombs to tho Louisville market. Mr. Otto Powell hod his foot run over by a threshing engino one day last week. A great many apples nro being shipped from this place to tho Louiavlllo Daviess County FairCompany WILL BE JE3HHU1D Owensbro, Ey -- A.O? ConHg Tuesday KUVU1 Dct,7, 1890. AND.CONT1NUING DR. C. H. TODD, President. A. C. TOMPKINS. Vide Pres. DAY8. Treasurer. Secretary. OPFIOERS : market. Our district after being dry about 35 years went wet at the August election. Some say it has been wet all tho time that is n question docs prohibition prohibit. Mr. P. 'A. Aylsworth, superintendent of the Grahainpton Cotton- Factory, is - PHIL T. WATKINS, JOHN W. CARTER, J. A. Fuqua, 0. W. Gates, F. V. Stirman, Eldrcd Crabtree, Sweeney, M. P. Mattingly, Dr. J. H. Hickman. SPECIAL PREMIUMS : DIEBOTOBS : J. J. work." very low with what is supposed to bo cancer of the tongue. Mr. Aylsworth has been manager of this old mill for thirty-fiv- e years. Judge Fitch is in his ninety-ninet- h year, and voted at the August election ; read his ticket without the aid of his glasses. Ho voted for Longmoor but very few of tho county officials. IIo was a strong Union man during tho war but has been a democrat ever since' IIo was a soldier of the war of 1812. Tho govcrnicnt has complimented, all of the old soldiers with pensions' but Judge Fitch will not apply for one. Ho says he shouldered his musket for his country not for the A. B. per month or pension either. He is well and hearty with fair prospects of reaching his one hundred years. His health has been remarkable all through life ; ho says he ho has cast a vote at every general Election for Seventy-thre- e years. His wife is still living but quite feeble. She is closely related to the old Boono family and is a daughter of Enoch Boone a nephew of the famous Daniel Boone. Enoch Boono was supposed to be tho first white child born West of the Blue ridge. The usual large special premiums arc as large as ever, with over One Thousand Dollars added to the premium list. SADDLE fi.ooo will be awarded to Saddle and Harness Horses in addition to the liberal premiums for Thoroughbred Fine Draft Horses, Mules', Tacks and Cattle. SPEED RINGS. Tiie Seven Running and Ten Trotting Races aggregate $2,200. The novel feature of Free Entrance will insure every race to be filled and all to go without any chance at fraud. AND HARNESS HORSES. ;u addition. The Grand Stand is enlarged by an addition .of 100 feet extending south. The scats and view are arranged for special comfort in this new NEW FLORAL HALL. GRAND STAND. The upper story of the present Grand Stand will be enlarged and made into a Floral Hall 56x155 feet in size. It will be accessible to the amphitheatre by bridges which will enable the patrons of the Grand Stand to be admitted there without the discomfort of ascending and descending the steps. The lower story of the Floral Hall 90x150 feet will be used for exhibiting Machinery, Tobacco and Poultry. MOTIVE POWER will be furnished for machinery. The engine used for that purpose will oppcrate a large drive well, giving an abundance of fine water for all purposes. ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PREMIUMS. too premium divided $50 to First ; $30 to Second ; $26 to Third, will be given for best display of Garden and Farm Products" shown . by Program of Meade County Teachers' A One Hundred Dollar Premium will be given for the handsomest and most attractive display made in Floral Hall of any descripAssociation. To be held at Brandenburg on the first tion ; $50 to First, $30 to Second, $20 to Third. one-person- "I am unalterably opposed to any third party movement," was Dr. Clanly's reply to the Ilopkinsvillo Kentuckiun's interrogation concerning his relationship to tho Wheeler's Alliance nn..lt.l. B. II. SEVERS, S. B. 0. "I am a Democrat' ho continued. Improvements. J. 8. BeJEKNKTTE, D.S.B.O. This town is on a regular building "Tho aims of Democracy and Wheclcr-isJNO.ALEXANDEH.D.S.B.O. aro in a great measure identical. Aug. 19, '90. L. O. QRE00HY, D.S.B.O. boom. Thero ure several now houses going up; besides several that are be- Both have in view the relief of tho peoTho carpenters will bo ple, including tho farming Breckenridge Circuit Court. ing repaired. and laboring kept busy from now on until bad weathclasses, by reducing taxes upon necessarEllas L. Mattlngly's Admr., Plaintiff,') Notfco er and will riot then bo ublo to get through with all their contracts. Thero ies. Tariff reform is ono of tho demands is a big demand for houses, nnd but for of all farmers' organizations and this re- Ellas L. Mattlngly's Heirs, Defend't. Eqnity tho fact that thoso who own desirable lief can only como by oIalm K!nst tho with . .A,,,pJ.r.!on,hIn of filial L. Mattingly, building lots hold- them tit such high are here, tho party opposed to protecting favored by notified to produoe laid deceased,before prices, thero would bo moro building claimi me properly preven on or before the fint day of going on than thero is now. Our peoplo classes and monopolies." October next. Olren under my hand as who own desirablo lots should lower Then you would not lend yourself to court, this 12th day of Au- their sights as to prices, and let the town any movement outside of your party? build up. We want a house on every V. 0. BABDAOE, 0. B. 0. 0. "Most assuredly not. I do not know vacant lot in town. They aro needed to accommodate tho peoplo who want to that I shall become a candidnto for GovBreckenridge Circuit Court. come nero to live. Tlio Lewis Bros, ernor or any other olllco, but if I do, it D. S. Richardson, Plalptlff ) have under contract two framo will bo as a Democrat, subject to party Notice dwellingf one for Mr. Chas. B. T' n in action. I would of course expect sup- Wm. P. Whecier,ic.Dofendant Jr to cost $2,600 nud ono for Mj. Alex Equity Boyd to cost about the same monev. port from tho farmers, but aa a matter of Thoy aro olso building avcottogo houso fact the farmers aro tho bone nnd sinew Ute or Win. P. Wheeler, doccased, are hereby notified to produco for Mr. Kirt Wontherholt. of tho Democratic party in Kentucky properly proven, on orsaid claims before mo before tho first day of Mr. M. Haniinan is receiving bills for dwelling to bo erected bn the and they can by combining elect their October next. Oiven under my hond as Com- a representatives without disrupting party gU8t!T89Vr'aIl,COUrt'th,'l2tb da' 0f Au" lot ho lately purchased from Mrs. organization. V.O. BABDAOE, 0. B. CO. Mr. Tlios. Satterfield is rebuilding his 'Furthermore tho experience of tho residence at a cost of $1,500. Mr.J. A. past shows that there can be but two Mayhall is tho contractor. rival parties in this country. Third pary Mrs. Tlios. Sawyor is building a addition to her residence on High ties can never succeed except at the ex- to r.UBri0,t?r!d Berk'hlre P'8'' aU "se'' E"K,bI street. pense of one of tho old parties, and in For Prices and other Information address Mr. Tlios. Roe is building a cottage in this caso tho very principles for which J. T. HoBABDS, tho West end near Mrs. Rebbish's. Ilardlnsborg, Ky. The Sulzcr Bros.' Store houso is being the AlliarTco contends nro already remodeled inside and the old front in tlio Democratic party. It changed to a handsome platoglass front, would be indeed foolish for Democrats Mr. Abshiro is the contractor. .to leave their party under such circum Ejghty.four acres, of good land, stances as this." North-weof Hardinsburg, two and ono half miles. Another change in business. Also, forty acres of good land ono J, E. Jlonarch of tho firm of J. E Many peculiar 'points make Ilood'i Monarch & Co. having been elected to mile and a half from Harninsburg. superior to all other medicines. Both pieces c&ntains a houso. tho olllco of County Clerk, has sold out rpcullar In combination, proportion, Terms will be Reasonable. ana preparation of. Ingredients, his interest in said firm to Tat Dillon Hood's sarsaparllla possesses who will conduct the-- business, (n con- For furthor information call on tho full curatlvo valuo of the . nection with B. F, Beard & Co. under dcsi Known romodlosr ' F. M. C. JOLLY, thq stylo of of B. F. Beard, Dillon & eo. tho vegctablo HABDINSBUBQ. KY. rccullar In Its at tho old stand of Bobt. A. Smith .eSVstrcngtli and economy VkVnood,s where will bo found a full and complete onlymcdl- of clne lif- - "vwhlcli can truly lino STUDKBAKKK, OWENSBORO m Saturday in October, 1890. Teacher's Duty to His Profession. . Jno. AW Owen and B. F. Willett How to Secure Prompt Attcndanco A. O'Bryan, and Miss . .Win. Frank Conway. Lectures by the Teachers .Iticlianl Willett and J. F. Jarboo Variation of Methods, . .. . .Misses Maggie Stith, Ella Moss- bargor and W. D. Ashcraft. How to Procure School Apparatus Mrs. B. F. Willett and F. It. . O'Bryan. Riding Hobbies .... Ii. A. Fnurest and J. L. Simpson. How to Secure a Library for the Teachers of Meade County.. Misses Ida Powell, Altha Wiles . and Morion Hisc. Value of Educational Journals. . . . . .1). S. Roberts nnd C. A. Ashcraft Adults 25c ; Children over 6 years and under 15 years' of age ; Children under 6 years free. All vehicles and and animals free. Ad' mission to Grand Stand 10c. First day Ladies, and Children under ic years of age free. For further information sec large posters and pre"-Illiuiii lists.. J. W. Carter, Sec'y. Of BKECKENIUDaE COUNTY. By virtue of tho oxpIrAtlon of mv term of office, which will be very oon, I am compelled to gay to the Tax Payors of BreckenriJeo 5OUIi&,nthat.W0 mu.4t clo!0 P our and previous years, so all persons wishing to tare costs muUcoine and settle at once or wo will be compolled to force collections according to law. This is no Idle talk, we mean just what wo soy, this is our lost notice, don't fall to comply with It, if you do don't blame us. as wo must and will bring our business to a closo as soon HI It la DR. CLARDY OPPOSED TO ANY THIRD PARTY MOVEMENT. Notice to Tax Payers The Interests of Wheelers and Democrats are Identical and They Should Work Together. ; 1 - .n two-stor- y Skill-ma- two-stor- y Mc-Cra- e. two-stor- For Sale. cm-bodi- & JJ'OU SALE. Pecu I iar st -- yot klne.Qrjom. Jr ls(KOthe " One Hundred Dos he said, Ono nood's Barsaparllla accomplishes cures liltli. crto unknown, and has won for Itself mo line ox "Tho greatest blood Vk. purifier over dlscovorotl." x ecuiiarin its'good namo nome," -t- here Is noi oi iiooa-- Barsaparllla sold In " lioweil, whoro KJ-V- it Is made, larger and smaller bottles require larger doses, and do not produco as cood results as nood'x. rccullar In ta mcdlcln.il morit. S Dollar." Medicines In jr cr S v s pnrlflors. phenome- - than of ha . nbroadr iwiiy in so suoii u who, rciainca us popmaniy LpTtxA confldenco among all classes or peoplo eo steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy ether preparations,,, but be euro to get the Peculiar Mcdlclfte; "O1 jf AVnal .m. Ctrno .. jy - allT LflrceuUar V-h- Wood la Its record of sales tvtr -- fittnlnAfl ........ ftmil.mnt ...-....'..- cluer preparation f and BLOUNT WAGONS, OLIVER CHILLED, BHINLEY, A VERY and MHIKLE PLOWS, BUGGIES of all return my thanks styles, tho AMES ROAD CARTS, dealt with me while theref Sinc'o n,"'Ua WALTER A. WOODS, HARROWS, drawal from that flrm tA.ve .pened up a new DRILLS, and a full line of WAGON branch of business in lUrdln.Wg, and win MATERIAL and PLOW REPAIRS, in 'fact everything needed jn farm implements, as to prices and quality of GENERAL COMMISSION STORE, goods, wo aro determined to meet any Such as competition. Tlio debts of tho firm of J. E. Monarch & Co. are in tho hands Old Hickory Wagons, Celebrated South Bend Plows. of 11 F. Beard & Co. Call and settle and BUaQ'ES savo cost. CARTS, HARNESS. THE EMPIRE DRILL, B.F. Beard Dillon ACo. farming Implements ff f Mrs. Elizn Holt, who has been visiting frionda in Cannelton tho past week, returned to her homo in Clovorport, Ky., yesterday. Cannelton Inquirer. AndtWo troubled with nervousness rcu!t!nc from euro or qverworlc will be reUved by taking Jliunnn'H Jvoh Genuine hai trade inarkan'!crocdrelllneOBwrBpper. andndh?0l.hr,lr,,cl?., 0,ti bJ Ycf-ft.0"11 Limo, The best Drill manufactured. ft3n.lt, BeMbralldraofat. Jlislxferjt. lpueloiil T 0. L WOOD A CO., Ajxrtlncarlo, Lowell, Jbu. Hood's Sarsaparilla EOO Xettratfflc Tenons generally. I agent for John Jonei' Pu Raw ,m Bono Meal,! l to ft as can I00' made BDTwhsre anil to their eatire atl.fa,tlBB before purchasing? Cement, lh0 faraw A HtWtiianrmmmrn AJWSIIMI Doses One Dollar r t Hitters. J. . HENSLEY. iCr. ddHi IlARni.S'SBURO, fl Vt if" ' '- - -- ""ft" HM,,imi rfVrfras' -HH !tair1flifrfilflflPjMJM tin iTHi i n sc'X'towVs - V.; L:JK iiilhLi Mh trLW.i.i.WiMHsfMJWlsfiPJifJ !BHsH - J B.lW- - y- adfrUfc". "4fW David Duncan is sick with chills. Tho High School opens next Monday. Tin Cans for Tomatoes nt Patterson's. Patterson has the finest Watermelons in town. Try our Black Tea at 40 cts. per lb Patterson's. Fresh Vegetables every morning at Fresh cream candies nt Patterson's. Use Grandpa's Wonder Soap at Patterson's. I I I I I I I i i i i I I 1.1 I I I I I I I I.I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I H I I I I Tho LcwlBport Post has been revived under the editorial management of Messrs, Knox & White. Mr. E. A. Kissam was called to Brook- (fringl doing! (Joing! U A Duce of a Time -- Y i ' Both tho method and results when Syrup of Pigs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nud cures habitual constipation. Svrun of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taBto and acceptable to tho stomnch, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agrceaulo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Bald in 50c and ?1 bottles by nil leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who o may not have it on hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. .pro-eur- ON BJfJOYS Patterson's. Use Thistle brand Breakfast Bacon at Patterson's. Grapo Vinegar only 15 cts. per gallon at Patterson's. Now Apple Butter only 5 cents per lb. at Patterson's. Tho freight business on tho "Texas" is looking up, Babbago's is tho place to buy your school supplies. Mr. Abshiro has moved into the Dr. Lewis property on tho hill. Mr. Sam Parks, of Clifton Mills, was in town Monday on business. You should see thoso beautiful hats and bonnets at Mrs. II. V. Duncan's. Hambleton was yesterday sworn in as deputy county clerk for this city. Tho river is rising rapidly and" tho big boats will bo down this week in flying colors. Messrs Welssenbcrger & Mattingly havo closed out their grocery Btoro to C. C. Martin. Mr. J. At Lyddan, of Owensboro, has been elected teller of tho Owensboro Deposit Bank. Mr. Scott Allen, who has been very ill for somo timo with consumption, died last Tuesday night. Mr. J. S. Marshall, of Hardinsbury, was in town yesterday delivering his wheat. He sold it at $1.00 per bushel. Tho Star routo mail between this city and Hardinsburg has been discontinued All mail matter now goes by train. Mrs. II. V. Duncan is now receiving her fall stock of millinery. Call and see her and got tho latest things in hats and Ex-may- lyn, N. Y., last week by a telegram announcing that his'brotlier was sick nud not expected to live. Mr. F. Scifrcd wants to sell his business in this city. Ho Bays he is getting old nnd is no longer nblo to attend to it. It is a good opening for somo live young Is our Summer stock oi Clothing, but there plenty yet A.T man. Miss Fannie Brashenr has resigned her position as teacher in tho High school on account of tho illness of her sister. Her placo has not yet been filled and is open for applicants. Dr. W. B. Paynter, of Vino Grove, has located in tills city for the practlco of his profession. Ho comes well recommended as being a good physician nnd n worthy nnd substantial citizen, and wo take pleasure in welcoming him to our growing and prosperous little city. Rev. W. K. Pcnrod, pastor of tho Baptist church of this city, has been conducting a very successful meeting nt Irvington during tho past week, no closes there today and goes to Stephens-por- t, where ho begins another meeting. For Sale All of my confectioners, ico cream fixtures, bakery and good will of the business. A splendid opening for somo one who wants to engage in a profitable business. My reason for selling is. I want to retire, am getting to old to F. Seifricd. nttond to It. Wo are short on our usual quoto of news from Hardinsburg this week on account, we suppose, of a change in tho mail service. If undo Sam can't nccom-modat- o us wo shall have to put up a special telephone line of our own. We must have the news. Captt A. J. Gross was in town last week nnd,inspenkingofthecrop prospects said : "I will havo the best crop of corn nnd tobacco on my placo this year I have ever raisod. I will mako fifty or sixty bushels of corn to tho aero and my tobacco is the finest I over saw." What Capt. Gross says of his crop is true as regards other crops over tho county. After all tho drouth tho farmers will come out all right; tho only thing that both era' them now is nti early frost. Mr.Frank K.Richardson who was quite lad when.ho'left here several years ago for Texas, was hero visiting old friends last week. Ho says ho is now married to a splendid wifo nnd is the happy father of six beautiful children. He is in the real estate business in one of tho best nnd most prosperous towns in the greatest of nfl states, Vernon, Texas. He left here Monday for Hardinsburg, from there he goes to Horse Cave, where ho will remain for several weeks before returning home. Just give the railroad a half chance and they will make a splendid avenue out of Railroad street. This Is what they are doing witli Houston street in tho East End. It is in a much better condition now than it ever has been, oven before the raij road entered it. If tho people nnd tho council will say tho word Second street will ho put in tho snmo condition Why not lot them do it. Tho property holders on Second, between Elm nnd Poplar aro more than anxious. Now let tho council pass tho proper ordinance and the railroad will go to work nt onco. Sol. Still wall, his two daughters, Linnio and Julia nnd Geo Tomer, living near Stophensport, were arrested last Satur day by Detectivo Wills of this city, and Marshal Morgan, of Stcphensport, charged with placing obstructions on tho railroad. Their trial was 'set for 1 o'clock yesterday, but nothing was done more than summoning tho jury and arranging other preliminaries subsequent to examining tho witnesses. It will probably bo concluded Tho case has created quite a stir in that section, owing to the enormity of tho crime and tho prominenco of tho people arrested. Judgo Murray appears for tho defense nnd Hon. D. R. Murray for tho prosecution. Scheme. Against the to-da- y. Sub-Treasu- ry Wc will have left that wcgrvant to give away, or nearly so. several mohths of warm, if not hot, weather yet, and icany gentlemen will find their Summer trousers "leaking" about this time, or their Summer coat, bought early in the season, a little the worse for wear, especially so if they bought it at one of these so called "gift stores," where they are making weekly reductions in price (in tho newspapers), but where the purchaser ALWAYS If pays a big profit and NEVER gets value for his money. to us you find yourself in the condition above mentioned come for new garments, and wc will show you how cheep good clothing can be sold. When we make up our mind lo do so, we mean 'business." Sulzer's Re-duce tore. 4f t i Sulzcr's arc at it again. Playing the duce with prices, playing the duce with profit. Uurlmps you'll understand the racket hetlcr if we put it this way : Sulzcr's arc playing . Re-du- ce with Prices! with Profits! rti Jl J II s I I I WNTER & That gets the idea down where it belongs. Everything in Sulzor's store goes at "Old. Reliable' Olotliievs S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i i i i i i i i REDUCED PRICES. I A $? it i II I I I I I I I I l I II Floor Down For one week to reduce stock. Conic in this deal. Prices Down Mid PERSONAL. take a hand 8AM FRANCISC J. CAL. LOUISVILLE, AT. HEW YORK, N.T. J. S. Wilkcrson spent Sunday at home. J. II. Miller went to Hnwesvillo Sunday. W. S. Ilowmcr will go to Owensboro shortly. Chns. Patterson went to Tell City Sunday. C. W. Moorman went to Louisville Monday. Mr. John Lillard went to Louisville yesterday. Dr. Milncr, of Union Stat, was in the city Friday. Miss Katie Boyd has returned from Hawesville. Amos Board and family, Holt, were in the city Tuesday. Dr. Henry Board, Ilardinsburj!, was in the city Monday. Miss Mary Hnm'man, Addison, was in the city Monday. Mr. A. M. Knsey returned to Vine Grave yesterday. R. C. ltichartlson, of Union Star, was In the city Monday Mr. Bcii Hardin, of Rosetta, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Maggie Bowmer spent Sunday with friends in Holt's Bottom. Dr. J. M. Clayton went to Owensboro Thursday and returned Friday. Eugene Haynes, Stcphensport, spent Sunday nnd Monday in the city. AdS. D. Adkisson nnd II. L. Morton, were in the city Monday. dison, Horace Abshiro who has been very low with typhoid fever is improving. Mr. E. C.Clark and wife, of Hawesville, were in tho city yesterday. John Farbcr, of tho L., II. and W. R. R., is at home on a visit to his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Lay nnd Dr. Goldstein, Stophensport, were in the city Monday. Mrs. J. E. Stone and Miss Reading, Hawesville, aro hero for a'fow days visiting friends. Mrs. J. D. Hambleton. who lins been visiting relatives in Cannellon, returned homo Sunday. Dr. David White, of Patcsville, was in the city Saturday to attend tho funeral of Dr. J. E. Brown. Mr. Helm Douglas nnd daughter and Mrs. J. C. Brashear, of Stephensport, are visiting relatives in Louisville. J. II. Hunche, of Cnnnclton, Ind., was hero Tuesday in tho interest of J. F. Sulzer & Bro.'s tailoring department. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Culley, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. McPhearson, returned to their homo in Louisville Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgo Hardin, of Holt, and Mrs. W. B. White, Jr., Louisvlllo, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hnrdin. Mrs. R. L. Nowsom nnd daughter, Miss Luella, after n very pleasant visit to Mrs. Smith, Louisville, returned homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCn'rty' of Whltesvillo, and Mr. Will McCarty, of Owensboro, visited Mrs. T. H.iBates last week, at Tarfork- Mr. CD. Tcmplo, tho clover landlord of tho Cloverport Hotol left yesterday to visit ills' half brother living in Hook's Town, Pa., whom ho has not seen for forty-fiv- o years. Miss Mollio Bennett, of Pellvlllo, ids nlcco, accompanied him. Thoy will bo absent several weeks. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barneg, Hardin sburjf. &. Attorneys atLaw. JV MURRAY BARNES, Hordiniburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. ' Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, ar Office HARDINSBURG, KY. with Murray 4 Barnes Court Squato Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEUrORT, with D. It. Murray near Post olllce. JR. JY. MILLER, bonnets. Mrs. Jas. T. Skillman, who has been quite sick for several weeks, has sufficiently recovered to mako a visit to relatives at Union Star. Tho News is in receipt of a complimentary ticket to tho Hardin County Fair to bo held at Elizabethtown Sep- fcl5 - Sa It 1 -- f . sfld Aaron Polk living over in Tobin's Bottom sold last week live watermelons for five dollars. Thoy averaged over J. II. TAYIXHt, J. C. BUSH, W. S. TAYLOR. forty pounds apiece. Aaron is the boss melon raiser of that Bottom. & Tho fruit drying establishment nt Addison is running night and day, producOver Zulaufa Jewelry Store OWENSBORO, KY. ing over 2,000 pounds of dried apples Fretlorica Street, every twenty-fou- r hours. Thoy give employment to nbout twenty men and Dr.-W- . B. women. Mayor Pierce held his first court last Monday, in his now court room at tho Office in Fisher's Drug Store city hall. Tho room is n daisy apartment CLOVERPORT, KY. and admirably suited for tho holding of tho city courts as well as for tho transWo are authorized to announce action of other business of the city. WM. E. RUSSELL, I will bo in tho fruit mnrket in a few Of Lebanon, at a candidate for Congress In thl tt)8 4th Congressional Dlstriot. Subject to the days for a responsible firm in Cincinnati 1890. Democratic primary Election, Oct. 4th, and can nflbrd to pay you more for your We aro authortied to announce fruit than ,tho" local buyers. Wait for mo and get tho top of the market. A. B. MONTGOMERY, Of Hardin county, ai a candidate for C.W.PATTERSON. to Congress from this the 4th CongresTho members of tho city council talkto tho Democratic Subject sional District. ed of passing an ordinance, making it primary Election, OcMtb, 1880. finable for any person to be caught. out on tho streets after 11 o'clock nt night without somo lawful excuse. The comWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890 plaints from a number of tho citizens that thoy couldn't rest for the disturbances of these night marauders makes . LOCAL BBEVITIES. this necessary. Flouring mills, llko other public busint SulWlillo hero's lifo there's soap ness enterprises, are becoming numerous zcr's. in this county. Besides tho mill in tills Is "It well with tho solo? If not go to city, there is now ono at Holt's Bottom ; Sulzcr's for shoes. one nt Irvington nnd ono at Hardinsburg A'littlo early to talk fall goods, so wo'H not quito completed. Thoy are all good trlk only a littlo. Sulzers. mills nnd mako tho very finest quality of Tho order of tho day: Bring mo somo flour. candy as you como past Sulzcr's store. Tho Sunday train, which has been - Wo invito you to enter ono of our running to'tho Tar Springs on tho Bhort sellers. Wo refer to our suits; they're lino railioad, has been discontinued. great sellers. Sulzers. The heated term is alwut over and tho For Sale An $800. Stcinway & Sons travel will not justify tho running of tho piano cheap. For terms address It. L. train. The managers of the Springs, however, were well pleased with tho Nowsom, Cloverport, Ky. paid-you- r for 1889 patronage received during tho timo it If you havn't taxes and '90, you had bettor do so at onco. was run. Tho Hardin County Independent says: Sco notico in another column. "Mr. Cyrus Bu Hobbs, ono of Hardin Marshal Graham has been confined to his bed for a week or more with an at- county's esteemed citizens nnd ono of tack of bilious fever. Mr. Wills has been her most extensive fruit growers, and acting as city marshal during his illness. Mrs. Martha Bland, of Brandenburg, were united in tho holy tics of wedlock Tho City Council has agreed to employ by Elder II. O. Coflman, at tho latter an attorney to Institute proceedings place on August 10th. Mr. Hobbs is n against tho Breckonridgo Coal Company citizen worthy of imitation, there being to open a now street over their lands in no man who can truthfully say naught tho lower part of tho city. against his character. Ho has married Remember tho News gives to its paid an excollont lady, and wo most heartily up subscribers this year $.500 worth of extend congratulations." valuablo premiums. If you want n One of tho saddest incidents attending chance in thorn all you havo to do is to tho illness of Dr. J. E. Brown, was tho send in a dollar and get tho paper fof transmission of tho Bad intelligence to his wifo, who was visiting her daughter, ono year. Mrs. Ford, in Louisville. Mrs. Brown Tho prico of tho News is $1.00 a year had been absent about ten days, and it in advance, if paid at tho ond of tho was tho first timo sho had mado a year it is $1.60. Don't let your timo run lengthy visit for a year or two. Her husrenew and got tho advantage of over hut band being subjected to periodical atour $1.00 rate and a chance in our Grand tacks from throat treble. Sho always Gift Distribution. felt somo uneasiness when sho left him. A delegation of citizens from tho first At this timo, however, ho seemed in betward wore before tho City Council, at a tor health than usual, and ho insisted called meeting, Friday night, and askod that sho remain in Loulsvlllo until her for tho appofntment of a special polico-ma- n visit was over. When sho was informed to patrol tho streets in that part of by telegraph of his illness, on Wednestho city during tho night, for tho next day morning, sho becamo alarmed about thirty days, for tho purposo of suppress his condition, and tho shock almost prosing tho disorderly conduct that has been trated her. Sho hurried to tho depot, going on there for somo timo. Tho citl-zo- but reached there just teiggjputes after on First street say that they have the train had loft. Superintendent Mo been annoyed considerable by persons Crdcken immediately telegraphed hero who prowl the streets all night long in from Louisvlllo, foran engine and special that locality, and they believe that their car to carry Mrs. Brown to tho bed-sid- e property will Ixx endangered if somo pro- of Iter sick husband. It was consequenttection is no afforded them. On the sug- ly four o'clock in tho evening before sho gestion of Mr. J. L. Miller the Council reached home. When sho got hero her appointed Mr, John Cuinmings as special husband bad grown much worse, Ho policeman .for the next thirty days, to be was able to recognize her, but could not op nfehl ln(y in the First ward, speak to her. Office over Dr. J. M. Clayton, Rhysician and Surgeon, Richardson's Hardware ttore. CLOVERPORT. KY. tember 9, 10, 11 and 12. lllriU. ono nfternoon,' esxya an observant friend, "by n little family sceno on a twig of nn elm tree, where a fiy catcher had her tiny brood of five, just out of the nest, all perched in a row. Sho was feeding them, and tho littlo dots took their rations with great content as often as tho mother caught an insect and flew back with the morsel to each open beak in turn. Tho regularity with which sho kept account, feeding ono after another, in exact order, from top to bottom of the row, was very interesting. Presently ouo small chap grew impatient, and while tho mother was away fluttered over and crowded himself into tho placo next to tho bird last fed exactly as if ho had plnnned to get tho next fly. Ho sa t there, looking very sober nnd Innot'cnt when tho mother returned, but sho saw tho trick at onco, and gavo tho fly to tho right bird, whisking the interloper (as I fancied) with her wing as sho passed him, by way of cufling his ears. Probably ho was tho roguo of tho family, and she know him too well." Boston Transcript. Trick at tho "I wns much amused ul Furniture endlcHs CLOVERPORT, KY. leer's ! SERE WE" AftE AGAIN in varie- ty, am now back at my old i stand and re- DENTISTS Paynter, and Surgeon J. H. Taylor Co., Physician his arm chair, ready for work and inviting inspiration. On tho floor above, in tho apartments of a banker, a noisy musical soiree was in progress. Polonaises had succeeded waltzes, and nocturnes had followed polonaises, when suddenly tho door of the salon opened and Liszt entered, still wrapped in his dressing gown. Tho astonishment of the company may bo imagined. With slow steps Liszt walked toward tho piano, nnd tho young key pounder who wns sitting nt it quickly left his place. Liszt sat down at tho instrument, carelessly swept his fingers over tho keys as if to prelude, and then suddenly ho shut down tho cover nnd put .tho key in his pocket And immediately, with tho snino tranquil air with which ho had entered, he went out and returned to his room, where ho could work at his ease. San Francisco Argonaut. At a Maine funeral. A Mnino clergyman, who evidently ie soinowlmt interested in the mutter of funeral reform, writes: "Some timo ago I attended a funeral which took placo on At the tho 'outskirts of civilization. closo of the services, as usual in the country, nr. invitation was given to the nudienco to 'view tho remains.' After thoy had done so tho relatives of tho deceased went forward to tako their last look at tho familiar features, and naturally were much affected, somo of them sobbing and crying in tin audible manner. When all were again boated tho person who had chargo of tho funeral arose and remarked, 'Wo will now allow tho friends a fow minutes to git control of their feelin'8,' shon resumed his scat, while tho silenco was only broken by tho sound of siglis nnd weeping, which gradually died away. It struck mo as an innovation upon tho usual funeral customs, but no ono thoro seemed at all surprised." Lewiston Journal. Hydraulic Hlvetlng I'lnnt. An immenso hydraulic rivoting plant tho largest over mado has been built in London for an engineering coihpany in Holland, and is to bo employed on marino boilers. Tho rivoter has a gap 12 foet deep, closes its jaws with a power of 200 tons, nnd is capable of closing rivets up to 01 inches in diameter. A traveling crane, 50 feet high, Is designed to raiso and manipulnto a boiler weighing anything up to CO tons. Tho crano is operated by two engines, steam for which nnd tho powerful pumps giving Jiydraulie power for tho riveter's great accumulator is suppneu uy two steel boilers, each capable of doing duty equal to about 130 indicated horse power. Now York Telegram. A Lurgo spectfully solicit Wrapped in his dressing gown, and with feet incased in slipior8, Franz Liszt the patronage of wns sitting comfortably ono evening in the public. When I.lazt Lived In n I'lat. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, lair Dealing. Honest Prices. THE TELL CITY PLANING MAFUFACTUREKS OF MILLS at this establishment ia Brkckenridge News. DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In tho Turning nn J Scrolling line of work will Lc done the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers in Felt and Bodine Hoofing. Pumps, Cane Mills, Wood Purifying Simple Pumps, Light running Iron Force Pumps terns. c Capt. Stone, of tho First district, has followed tho example of Sonator Carlisle and comes out against tho schomo advocated by somo of tho Wheelers. This very foolish proposition now has but low friends amongst thinking men, and Capt. Stone, being a Wheeler himself is very apt to receive tho endorsement of tho Wheelers of his Hopklnsvillo Kentuckian. district. Sub-Treasu-ry For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- Thorough Work. E. J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. The Purest and Best Articles known to medical sclonco aro used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla. Every ingredient Is carefully selectee,' personally examined, and only tho best Tho medicino is prepared retained. under tho supervision of thoroughly competent pharmacists, and every step in tho process of manufacture is carefully watched with a view to securing in Hood's Sarsaparllla the best possible result. Metal In ilbokblndlug'. Metal has for some time bocu very advantageously used in tiio binding of books as a substitute for cardboard. A special preparation ia first necessary, and tho leather may bo bent and straightened again without perceptible damage, a courso of treatment that would destroy cardboard covers. The motal U covered with any material that taste may dictate, and the finished book shows no difference in appearance excepting in greater thinness of tho cover, which is always desirable. New York Telegram. GRAND AT PICNIC! " B ISclilml Time. Somo people go through lifo behind timo. If thoy say they will come at they mean half-pa'. and whon they finally put in un appearance they do it leisurely and good liilturodly, and aro mildly surprised if you insinuate that yon nro diapleused. When thoy die, though, their friends will bu avenged, because they will probably reaeh the gates of heaven ten minutes behind time nnd find them closed. West Shore. :i, st HJ k IIH EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. Don't fail to attend. A full stock of goods are going dirt cheap for cash. Messrs. Cash They Mad lletUr Article ThetnMlro. Woman (to drug store clerk) Havo 'you au article called a two cent postage Abolutly-.Pure- . stamp on sale? A cream of tartar baking powdor, Drug Clerk (mechanlcallyV We sometimes keop it, but I think we are out of Highest of all in leavening strength. it Just now. There is very little demand U. S. GoternmcM Report, Aug. 17, 1889. for it. Quite Inferior, I assure you. FOR THK BLOOD, Now, we make an article of oar own Weakaeii. Malaria. ludletloa and that oh, it is a postage stamp you BUlootneM, take IKON BITTKR8., . k one. Hare .it It eweBROWN'S For "lo t7 all iWalcn Id, want Crtaily: qntoklr. nedlclne. Oct the genuine. charged? Texas Sifting, POWDER Ho Umlerntooil tho Old Sinn. Tho littlo boy had pounded his finger, and immediately set up a tcrriblo bulla? balloo. His father remonstrated with him, saying that ho was no longer a baby and should net like n man. "But," said tho youngster, between his sobs, "if I net liko n man I'd swear, and then you'd lick mo!" Exchange. Ho Ii Matron Golnu to Stick to llllii, Too. You appear to bo very fond of your littlo playmato. It is pleasant to sco such love among children. Tho Bigger Ono Yes'ia: ho'a got ex penny to spend. Lifo. Subscrlbefor tho Bukckksiuikik News. Trade and Country Produce are solicited to be in attendance. Come one, come all, and get your goods cheap for cash; hn J. A. WITT, Proprietor. .t "'" V" - - - ..I! ... Breckenridge News. Resolutions Adopted By The Farmers' And Labor Uuion, Bewleyville. JtHigo Crisp's Letter. si v r . " 4 At n stated meeting of the Rowley HAWESVILLE. ville Farmers' "and Lnbor Union, Aug. 2.1, Clnrnnco Tuber is in Chicago. 1890, the following resolutions were adopted: A. II. Rosa, of Louisville, is visiting Jlcmtml, That the assessor's ofllco Wash Carlton. should bo abolished and the magistrates Mr. 11. Ilawes, of Owensboro, was in assess tho property and the constables the city Monday.. collect tho taxes. Mr. W. S. Ail.il , of Texas, arrived ntxoliTtl, That there shall not bo more " homo Friday night. than sixty (GO) Representatives, and Deputy Collector E. 1 McAilnms will twenty (20) Senators to the State, and to have a fixed salary, not to exceed $500. niovo to Owensboro soon. llfnolml, TJiat we have fewer elections; Mrs. Jennie Williams, of Henderson is not oftcner than once in four years, exvisiting relatives in the city. cept for Congressmen ; the Legislature to Miss Mattie Hobb lias returned from meet in regular session once in four a month's visit at Frankfort. years, unless called by the Governor, and Miss Alllcne Murray, of Cloverport, when called by Governor to receive $4 visited in the city last week. per day. Mrs .Too Brown, of Mt Vernon, Ind., llemlred, That Legislators should not is visiting relatives in the city. receive pay for time they are absent from Miss Susie Hill, of Kansas City, is tho Capital when tho Legislature is in session. visiting at the Trnbuo Mansion. Rewired, That all local legislation proSchool Sunt. J. W. Maston attended hibited when general laws can be made the Seehrco Convention Friday. applicable. Miss Nettie Lindsay has returned from Jliwlrrrf, That we prohibit lotteries, Evniisvillv accompanied by Miss Edith pools, trusts and other combinations May. detrimental to the general interest of the T. S. Hall operator at the "Texas" State, and gambling in agricultural pro depot will move to Colorado, early next ducts. month. Rewired, That the County School Sup The social dance given by Mrs. Nesbit erintendent's ollicc be abolished, and tho Friday night was the grandest evergiven County Judge or County Clerk attend to in the city. the duties of the ollice and to receive JroO wife and family, per year for his services. Mr. Charles Hawley, Remit ed, That free passes to State olli- of Atlanta, (la., are visiting the family cers and meinliers or tne Legislature I). Henry. of Mr. prohibited. Congressman W. T. Klljs passed should be Rewired, That we are opposed to the through the city Sunday, enroute from Circuit Court Dis Washington, to his home in Owensboro, creatintr of anv more tricts in the State but enlarge the jurisThe Seebree city conventions that met diction of the County Courts. in that place on last Friday to nominate Rewired, That we foster and encourage an Alliance candidate for Congress ad- common schools. Xo money to be paid journed to meet in Henderson, October, to any school not under State control. th. 18JK). Uniform school books nnd made as cheap Mrs. Celia Boyd, of Owensboro, has as possible to the people. TI10 1'uriiHTs mill Legislation. returned to her home after a pleasant Jlewlred, That the Governor shall not Fanners as well as other men have visit to her sister, Mrs. It. II. I'oindexter. have the power to pardon before convic- good reasons for complaining at times. llcv. S. I.. I.ee and wife, have returned tion, nor have the power to pardon in And when a thrust is mado at them, from an extended visit to Kavan-aug- h any ease without the consent of the though it comes in n fatherly and patronizing way, they feel it keenly. And judge, Commonwealth and County Atcampgrounds. when it comes from a man of groat intorney that tried the case. fluenceone like Senator Blair it causes It Removes Pimples and Blotches. Rewind, That any ro. tern, judge or a peculiar irritation. When tho senator, I tako pleasure in recommending State officer shall not receive any nay in a recent letter, made tho statement Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) as a Blood Puri- from the State or county, but from the that "fanners wanted to legislate too fier. A few bottles cured me of a blood judge or officer's salarv that he is acting much that they would do better to stay at homo and work more," etc., many trouble after all other remedies had fail- for. a farmer felt it liko a sting. Is ed. It also removed pimplesand blotchRewind, That we favor the adoption of the fanner 11 serf, that ho shall bo told es from my face, leaving the skin clear tho Australian ballot system of voting. that ho wants to legislnto too much? Is Haiti red, That we submit these propos- ho a slave, that ho can bo told to stay at and smooth. While taking S. S. S. my itions to our delegate to the Constitunpppetite increased and my general tional Convention, and beg of him to homo and work more? Who knows better than tho fanner what ho wants, nnd health improved. Its effects as a tonic give them a fair consideration. what class has realized more fully that are unequalled. J. M. Wu.Kiui, President. if it wants anything it must both ask W. J. I'n.t.orr, Sec'y. AVilimiw Wilson, Fairlield, III. nnd labor for it? The First Step. It certainly is not that class of citj Sores on his Hands. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, bred statesmen who rarely como in conI cheerfully bear testimony to the cu- can't sleep, can't think, can't do any- tact with tho rural population; neither rative properties of your wonderful thing to your satisfaction, and you won- can it bo that class of rich inon who nro Swift's Specific!. S. S.) I was troubled der what ails you. You should heed the so very generous when a placo in conwarning, you iire taking first step inwith sores on my hands which I could to Nervous Prostration. the You need a gress is to bo filled. Tho very statement shows that tho senator ignores tho con not cure, my blood was so out of order. Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitt rs you ditions that exist among tho fannors, I was advised by a friend to try S. S. S, will find the exact remedy for restoring liecauso it is presumed that ho thoroughand was surprised to find that after using your nervous system to its normal, ly understands them. How shall tilt Surprising results healthy condition. one bottle I was entirely cured, and have follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic lawyer and rich man legislnto to euro not been troubled since. and Alterative. Your appetite returns, the ovils of which tho farmer complains good digestion is restored, and the Liver They enn no moro do it than tho fanner Wii.lum Dun:, Waldo, Flu. and Kidnevs resume healthy action. Trv can legislnto to correct tho defects of the Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases a bottle. "Price 50c. at (i. W. Short, criminal laws. It is absolutely necessary Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, that nil classes lw represented, and in no mailed free. Ky. other way can tho interests of nil lw conTiii:S.viFrSi'K(ii'i (',., Atlanta, (in. served. Fnnners' Friend. The Louisville 'e.-jit-nl g, Congressman Charles F. Crisp, of tho Third district. of Georgia, has written n letter to tho Farmers' Allinnco of his district in reply to questions naked him. His opinions of present; conditions are summed np in tho following words: "When yua contributo yonr money in tho way of taxes to support tho government, you 1 not do so in order that special favors or privileges shall bo granted to anybody, but you do so in order that tho government, honestly nnd economically administered, may bo enabled to dischnrgo its functions granting 'equal rights to all and special privileges to none.' "Tho deiKirturo from theso well understood nnd just principles has resulted in giving us n rich government, but making us n poor jieoplo. A fow lmvo built up immense fortunes, but tho masses are ioor. Tho rich grow richer, tho poor grow poorer. Tho burdens of thoso in dobt are mado heavier nnd tho value of fixed incomes is increased. It is not surprising, then, that tho fanners who have been so long oppressed by unjust oxactions nro beginning to investigate for themselves tho condition of the laws, and to ask why there should not bo some effort to lighten the load under which they stagger. The Alliance, ns I understand it, was designed for the purpose of aiding and, enabling tho farmers of the comity by investigation to understand, iinu by organization to overthrow nnd repeal, those laws which deny rights to all,' and which grant 'siiecinl privileges to any.' In that undertaking all lovers of justico and fair play must certainly Lid you Godspeed, and I shall deem it not only n duty, but a pleasure, lsth in ofiko and out of it, to contribute whatever of industry nnd ability I possess to aid and cheer you in tho struggle." Judge Crisp does not favor tho bill, his chief objection being that it conflicts with his motto of "special privileges to none." Tho relief measures ho suggests nro increaso largely of the country's currency, freo coinage of silver, tariff reduction, repeal of nil laws granting special privileges, economical administration of the affairs of tho government. ry Usa b '?) GROVE'S Tasteless Chill Tonic (CM "MI W V It ii at pleasant to tho taite at lemon syrup. The imallaat infant will take it and never know it it medicine. Children cry for it. Never fails to onre. Chills onoe broken will not return. V.?,0.uonly haW tn0 f otn Tonics. lio quinine needed. Xo purgatlvo noeded. Contains no poison. Cheaper .than Pc . It purines the blood and removes alt malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an' RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. ijm.'iTTflK quinine. v ui -- mmrvmsi, -- WARRANTED run cnllU "1 PttiirMF I'OU 3 A LIS UY I I Js tTt tour paltaod tor lul loramrr. llhl rinw Chill MtDlctm Co., CowimiTtui, Dm. 11, IMS. l'rU, Teon.l thrrt doun f joor Grotp'i Til-Ip- ii TodI. via pltMrd with th. lot from Too Th pmpi i4 !!., V roe CMII eiyrki Tonla thm wttU ftp l(lailo( llh tho CMII Ihtj wtro htlt tod hcortr. with red Rod roir IV. VT. monlhi put, on rth;nl riMlul,lirlnc h4 chrooto or Ihrm Air vpir, and BTI.VSOX, virt detlihlnl villi It. I Toolt to lon.o thlMren ho fr U. D. TZESSIE "W OTTEinT,' CLOVERPORT, ' I KY. ' i L. D, issVlsssVslEkV ADDISON. KY. 'S "Good morning, Charlie. What is the news?" "Why I havon't you hoard that the Hamilton -- Brown Shoo Co. havo got out a Pour Dollar Shoe that beats everything they havo done yet?" IsssH ffir'irrW. mfSjU Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. Ia the place to buy SEWING MACHINE for less money than any other place In the country Tho mnchkes I sell nro equal to onv that ugents charge from $35 to $50 for: I eunran-te- e them to bo what I ny or no trado. Agents will ,iy the irjnchinu It no became the largo difference in our account, but prices, I figure on this aon everything 1 numlle, cutlt ns low as it can be cut. A!y Motto" quick sales nnd small profit. Two drawer dropleufSljigcr Sowing Machines low nrin, with nil atUebmunls. $ie,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Ma- chinos, high arm, with all ntinchmonts $ltf.5u bend mo a check or tho monoy by roelstcr letter, and I will .hi,, you a machlo any part or the country. Respectfully, h. I). ADDISON, Addison, Ky. 1890 FRANK S.COOK, -- : :- - Single Strap Track HARNESS. - The Leather, Workmnnshln nnil lhitsh arc of Ibe vkkv iirsT y BUl'ING DIRECT. HATE MONEY We can tell you Prlco, SI7. r ! n- v" L&iiiiis--f -fcj I"l4kLJr H daH Harnoss at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.60 up. 00. LUMBER, IjAliirJ, SHINGLES, DOOHS, 8END FOR OATALOOUE. A0ME MANUFAOTUEING INDIANAPOLIS, INO. The H. W. HERNDON CO., Gei SASH &c ZBULiIDSrnDS Produce k Estimates promptly made. MAIN SET., 15th '& fral CoiMl$'n Louisville, Ky. No. 144 Third St., 16th STS., Market What Shall the Farmer Do ? Jlenderson Journal. I There is but one remedy for the disproportionate taxation imposed upon the farmers of the country. They can not help themselves by the shift of decreasing direct tax levies and making up for the resulting deficit by an increase of indirect taxation. It is the sum of taxation, rather than the manner of it, which must be reduced before any alleviation can result. Of what use would it be to remit the taxes on real estate and add as much more to the taxation upon food, clothing, shelter, tools, medicines and other necessaries of living? As long as the farmer is obliged to sell all he produces in an open market, in competition with all the rest of the world, and as long as he is forced jo buy in a dosed market, made dear to him by bounties which he is compelled to pay to Government favorites, he must continue to suffer. His profits will grow less year by year, and tho value of his lands will deA Government cline. establishment which he is compelled to piy to Government favorites, lie must continue to suffer. His profits will grow less year by year, and the value of his lands will deA Government cline. establishment which is costing the country $.0,000,000 per year can not be maintained without the depression of all the industries which are taxed for the benefit of less product-iv- e industries. As farming is the chiell-es- t of the unprotected industries, it is the greatest sufferer. The remedy lies in cheapening the access of the farmer to the markets that fix the price of his products; in encouraging commerce, and in reducing the cost of living by reduciiiL-thtnxes upon commodities tliut are unduly enhanced in price by established monopolies created and maintained by legislutivo favoritism. It is very hard to convince tho fanner that he is not bone-fitte- d by tho "protective system.".. But after .10 years of trial, and HO years of gradually intensified taxation, (made exasperating by tho reckless extravagance of tho public service.) the farmers are be. ginning to study tho subject for themselves. There can be but 0110 outcome. Tho man who sells all he has to sell in tho lowest markets, and buys all ho is obliged to buy in tho highest market, can not bo long at a loss to understand wliich way lie should drive his politieia! cart. e Very large receipts and still larger offerings have boen the prominent features of the tobacco market this week. Monday's receipts were among tiie larj-- . est ever known, running considerably over a thousand hogsheads. The daily offerings have been from 800 to !K)0 hogsheads. The character of the breaks this week lias shown consider able improvement in quality over last week's offerings. The large saleshave been a severe test of the strength of the market, but it lias stood the test well. There was the usual light ofl'erings Monday, hardly enough to test the market. Tuesday's break in Hurley was under the average in quality, and gave prices an uneven, unsteady appearance. J lie prevailing opinion among buyers was that prices were considerably easier on Hurleys all along the line, though some watchful thoughtful buyers considered the market quite stiff and firm. Sometimes when the offerings contains an unusually large proportion of inferior tobbacco an impression of weakness is created that is not strictly correct. Wednesday's and Thursday's offerings contained a great deal of good and fine tobacco and the demand was active and strong. Twenty-si- x dollars was the top price reached this week, but quite a number sold for over twenty dollars. About noon Thursday there seemed to be a slight weakening tendency in the medium and lower grades, but it did not extend to good and fine leaf. Dark tobacco is moving along quietly and steadily. The demand is still" and and strong at quotations, but there is not change to be made in the figures. Prices may be understood as ranging near the outside figures. Ileports from the growing crop indicate much improvement by the recent rains. Tobacco is growing ofl'bettor than was thought possible, but the benefits of this improvement is dependent on a good supply of favorable ripening and curing weather licfore frost. Farmers Homo Journal. In Ohio. Tho Fanners' Allinnco grow slowly in Ohio until last winter, when about thirty members of tho stato legislature from agricultural counties united to promoto legislative action favorablo to the fann ers, and to oppose measures framed in tho interests of other classes. Being n now organization it failed to accomplish any substantial results. Tho main effect of the movement was to promote tho work of organization among the fanners of tho state. In ono weelc lecently twelve locul divisions of tho Fanners' Alliance were organized in Fluroii county alone. This was nn exceptional record, but it shows how tho idea is taking hold npon tho agricultural clnsb.s of tho state. There nro now over 300 b)cal Alliances in tho state, besides tho many branches of tho Grange, Patrons of Industry, Fanners' league nnd Fanners' Mutual Benefit association. Cleveland Special in Now York Tribuno The 1'Irnt Steamer on tho MImhIhmIjijiI. In tho year 1811 Nicholas J. Roosovult built n steamer nt Pittsburg, nfter first getting a permit from Fulton and Fulton furnished tho plans for the bout, which was called the Now It was a stern wheeler of Oilcans. about 00 tons burden, and was also provided with sails, which were used when the wind was fair. Tho hull of this pioneer Mississippi craft was I08 feet in length, !10 feet beam, and tho cost of the whole, including engines, has been figured at about $10,000, Roosevelt uud his family, with nn engineer, pilot nnd six deck hands, loft Pittsburg Oct. 11, 1811, and reached New Orleans two weeks later. When tho Now Orleans rodo down tho Ohio nnd out into tho broad waters of tho Mississippi that Ocyonrs ago tober morning sovtnty-nin- e she marked a now era in tho history of tho "Great West." St. Louis Republic. o. LOUISVILLE, KY. SSyMention this paper. CLOVERPORT, F. N. D'HUY, KY. -- . - Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. v.Jr'i vaj!Lvuxvo- y a 1 Jewelry Department. ITCHES, CLOCKS AND Grocery Department. STAPLE AND FANCY JEWELRY, GROCERIES, JR&fc "'. (L. x."i'kvrvifTri c a .r Ind. EVaJisvlle, j '.--' r. - in. i Musical Merchandise Provisions, Confections, Fruits THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AI3 LIME. and Sewing Machines. K.iST. h. It. K.) REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINK TO St. Louis, AND ALL POINTS Evansville FRUIT-TR- EES Applo, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, '&c. Full lino of small Fruits for Fall 1890. "Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at homo. All fitock warranted truo to naino. Whaf is West and South-Wes- t. CAST 0R1A Castorla la Dr. Saml Pitcher1 old, Harmless and culok cure fop Infants' and Children's Complaint. Snnerior to Castor Oil' Parcgorlo op Jfarootlo Syrups. Children cry for Castorla. MU- Itons of Mothers Lions Castorla. Castorla euros Colic, Constipation ; "I recommend Castorla for children's Sour Stomach, Dlarrbrea, Eructation complaints, as superior to any prescription Give healthy oleep ; also aliU digestion : known to me," II. A. Anciisn. M. D.. Without narcotic stupefaction. , Ill So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N.Y. Tub Csktacr Coupaxt, 71 Murray St., New York. 5 line-Carin Effects, IS, 1888, d Lv. Louisville 8:45 a,m...9:U0 p.m. ,.4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 ...7:25 " Evansville 2:25 " p.m. For further informitiun, call on or address, JOS S 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, houiSTtlle, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav, Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. 100.000 i When decanters and carafes become so discolored insido that shot or fmo coals will notcleauso them, fill tho bottle with finely chopped potato skins, cork tightly and let tho bottlo stand for three days, when the skins will ferment. Turn out uud rinse, Tho bottlo will bo as bright and clean as when now. Hunting Hie Kiieiny. GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PRES. UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Uac W.Uernheim, W. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY. DIRECTORS W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. SURPLUS $12,500. Ono Thing at a Time. Don't put too much in ono advertisement. Wlmt will you u"o for tho next one? Ono thought Is generally-- enough, r, for once; next week another; next ami bo on. Dut let it bo a good ono, always. s ResiH-c- t your reader. Appeal to his good Beiiso. By doing that you show your own good senso. Go further; do not bo dull. Tho reader' mind is not on your subject Anglo for him. There aro other advertisements. Few or none will be read through. The reader doubtless reads a liilo and skips to the noxt one. Put something in your first lino to him. Christian Uuipn. oiijj i W. S. ASHBY. CLOVERPORT, KY. HUMPHREYS' CeedthesoTerelgn reuicdlesoftha World. rniKciriL kos. tin oreTers, Congestion, Q P.ys W. Drummond, John Doerhotfcr, James P. Curd, Henry Urocknun. Interest on Time Dposlts. Neeotlates Purchass and Sale ol Bonds. 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