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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891062401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WWPlftlllU'lH.w'ly.ffwplWP,l,''.3g jaJMJljaJtiijfUt.,lii I'ir- J- , Do y ii want to reach ftoaity anil liberal purihifers In this part j of the country 5ml C1,n through the column of this " tlcrl, - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1891. A Commencement Day Ode. No more "nildlnR down lire'a river," No more "DrinlnR out to sea,'" No more "Farewell to thee, kind teacher," Willie has t.iken liU degree. No more "Sad tho partlnp; word, wc iiUcr," No more "Let u ever l.iHIiful be," No more "Tender incinoriea fondly clicrithcil," Willie lias t.iken lilt degree. No itiore "Ilravc the world with firm endeavor," No'more "Strive to do the best wc can," No more "Show the world that w arc In It," Willie now It quite a man. Weallicli! Mind.ml. Don't depend n people to discover you an J yoiirtulnc. Keep constantly dlggl'ir at them through the advertising- columns of thl? paper. - EMm & TSaVMW A - NO. 48. ! GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Moorman & jeeler, Come Come ! Come ! ui nji, r CLENDEANE, KY. HEADQUARTERS FOR s LAUGHTERED PRICES! OF To tho great Feast of X'. OWEN DMT ii- Electric Bitters, . 5 , ' in. uuui uuyiuvniiiiu 0 '.-- . T HDD IP. A TIN ft 0II.R viuw5 -. .- SPONGES -:- a ,, Specialty. TOILET ARTICLES. -- Prescriptions - a d i ! -:- - This remedy Is becoming so Well known aiid so 'popular; as to need no special All who havo used Klcctric mention. Bitters sing tho same song of pmisc. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed, Klcctric Bitters .Mill cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Jthcum and other affections caused Jiy inipuro blood. Will driyo Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure nil Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klcctric Bitters. Kntire hatisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Prico 50 els. and 1.00 per bottle at G. "W. Short's, Clovcrport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. i'l - rwj vi days only. Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to 15. Wo havo just received a very largo and beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. 1 J yards wide "I irtTTmn anu ijliAjjv . l T (1 n u OODS, which wc aro closing out at formerly sold for 25 cts. wiinj!i t iniioo Fine Persian Lawns and Alulls 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. prices which will UBtonisli you. India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. Bleached Cotton best brand Hope S.L cts. worth 10. Lodics' Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12. In Dress Goods we aro displaying ' Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. Black Embroidered Skirting an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to 75 cts. f'anc solid Colors at unprecedented!' low 33 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also a full lino Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days onh. Don't of Whlto Skirting Goods, ranging in prices. Call and seo tho beauties wb aro fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this" aucprices from 33 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. displaying. Calicos, including Indigos at 5 cts. tion closes. We mean business and will do what wc say. Respectfully. per yard. & MEADOR, A Call For a Meeting of The People's Main Street, Party at Hardinsburg. HARDINSBURG, KY. hayo just received a beautiful lino of Wo Uxiox Star KV., Juno loth 1801, Mn. r-r They will sell you Ginghams for 8 anil 9 cts., worth 10 and 12. Calicoes, best Chambray styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth 6$ to 7. Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 for the next ten FOR THR NEXXT 'TEXN DAYS. WITT MEADOR, a rr i-- DRESS GOODS. twqnty-Bovc- n WITT TO THE VOTERS. .. i M -- )MW 1I MaIiaq I ll'lviKV s . ComTh'e"BemocratioStato"Central Issues an Address to the mittee Democrats of Kentucky -- til Ilnriocrafle Stnlo Cciitral Com mittee lias issued the following address to,tTio'IJemocratic voters of the State : "Office of Tiin Dkmochatic State Central Committer, J.ouisvim.k, Kv., riiV Juno Tins. column fpjF 12. "4i Wo aro also agents for tho Celebrated 'Studebakor" wagons an tho "Oliver Chilled" Plow. Wo sell the Horso Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the A Duty to Yourself. .North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grado IL is surprising that people will uso a of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our prico before common ordinary pill when they can buying. Wc will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices secure a valuable English one for the can be found at samo money. Dr. Acker's English pills Good Clovcrport Market of Dccring A Success. Things In tho New Constitution and aro a positive cure for Cinders and Mowers. Itoyal Germetuer is established as a Under tho above caption tho Farmers' all liver troubles. Thoy are small, sweet, and Laborers' Journal gives tho reasons rcmarkablo success. Thousands of testiSulky Hay Rakes. easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture printed below in small typo why tho Con. monials attest its virtue. Many of these ' CSHl G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt stitution should bo adopted. As thoy aro given by men and women of tho at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness mado r.irrnwf..V!ire for $ I HOC. I H UU J 'ciplcs'foi "wlifclr ybu'liavo contended & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. aro misleading wo make a few comments highest standing in tho most honored from pure Oak Tanned Leather. 7 A ...,-- K. fc Stove for have becomo popularly known as tho walks of life. thereon. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 86.50, $7.50, Methodist Paper in Louisville. 'Kentucky idea.' "It reduces the grand jury four membirb and l4V ,$7o,fwith 4opiccesoSwai In tho midst of a flourishing and rap- and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, ' Vln 1888 .the. lubnest purpose 6f the Tin: Kentucky METiionisT is tho saves ?t",ooo ptr nnnuin." idly increasing business, tho prico is re2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. Wc carry a line Avery Plov I a duced from' $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This One IJorsc (It makes twolvo men constitute pcoploWresident to carry out tho prin- namo of tho paper recently removed of Rubber Goods, such as Horso Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at ciples embodied jn your St. T.ouis plat- - from Lexington, Ky., to Louisville. grand jury, but requires threo courts is dono in tho interest of those whoso .Gasoline Stoves, all low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The the moneyed power It is an eight page paper, ylth five broad instead of two cacli year, thus making circumstances in life deter them from very j form concentrated four additional jurors to pay. Incicaso paying tho higher price. Tho riclt will Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainof tho country, in support oi Harrison, columns, in good type, and with excelMills :inil ing to tho trade. We have a large line of Collars, Ilamcs and Chains, a.rVd tha only President tlib Democrats lent printt and is published at tho low cost to State $17,000.) fix, .".!" ",Tt;Evnnorators. ' buy it at any price, but tho managers Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. "It taxes hanks and other corporation!, for feel Builders Hardware, Nails, Jlihges have secured in thir.tj years went down price of $1.00 per year. Address, Tin: that a medicino which possesses and city purposed, and Increases the revMr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds tho prin- Kentucky Methodist, Louisville, Ky., count) such wonderful powers should bo placed Screws, IIocs, Rakes, Shovels',' ill a faithful effort to carry-ou- t enue ijo,oo per annum.'' of repairs and make new work to order. ciples op' whiclt you nominated him. for a sample copy. An agent Is wanted (An error. It reduces tho State tax within tho reach of the poor. Many :n; ;Spa(dPbst'IIolfc'DigjeiO It will pay vou to examine our stock. .j,..CarpcntcrsJ"Toois.of nU'kindsa . "Tho fight is still beingto-waged for tho for this county, to whom a liberal com- on banks from 75 cents to 43 cents a havo said that Germetuer was tho cheapsupromacv of tho right rctluco your mission will bo paid. loss to tho Stato of about $100,000 a year, est medicino on tho market. When it is ".specialty.,,' , ""', '","', t,axes,fo a legitimate limit, and, at a As almost every denomination, except according to Auditor's report for 1888.) remembered that a bottle of Germetuer . full line time when you are expected to inain- - tho Methodists, havo a strong paper in Gun'FlsHing'-Tacklc,"It prevents counti'd and cities from hciii); makes a gallon of medicino ready for Louisville. St.Louis & Texas R, R. Co. Ice Cream 'Free-- ' 'taiil a consibtant and firm position be- - tho state metropolis, it would seem that taxed to build railroads." WftrBolcrs, use, it is certainly cheaper than ordi(A feature the counties having no nary medicine in a bulk, and when tho wo beg that you will the Methodists would also' want Ono. lh loro tho cpiinb-y'Sthii'IiaiUlcfl-';Diril Cages. v "fecrs, or let no sifto issue divert your allegiancd so, they should civo this paper a hearty railroads seriously object to.) 3STO. powers of tho medicino aro token into - -- ""Rope; Sewing Machine. "It kccpsUic convicts within the walls." or.diminjsh your inljuencp. No organi- 'support, as it is, or will be, tho best account, tho prico amounts to almost (lib it does not. Bead section 202.) ' Tin aiid Iro1i"Roofing, Gutterjiig zation for flio protection o particular in- they can ever liopo to havo. nothing. Talcing r.rroct "it makes all charters revocable." " terests nor your viows as( to jhe merits Germetuer is tho coming success that nntl.Spouting-put.iip(So doc's our General Statutes.) Al 5:00 o'clck A, H Sunday,No7.30. , 1090 ' of tli9 old or now consfitutJon1 have any A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet "It Is for the people nsng.ilnst nrg.in7cd cap- has already come. Ask your druggist '. Repairing! Jiiiuls, 'or" i. .concern ,with your Democracy. One is. breatli go6d appetite, vigorous body, ital." for it, and if ho cannot supply you write Ileal Jlountl Traint Emt Bound Trnim Capital Stock $25,000. can 'have nono tho less a Democrat .who" entei tains pure blood and good health result from 6.2 61 (Is it ? The best informed authority to E. M. Coleman, General Bcprcsena-tive- , S3 Mi .V Mall Mail Tf is says it' will bring less than $3,000,000 itlrtadc tty'trfc only Tinner, in, Clo,' whatever; opinion ho may choose on l. ..,. nl fin Wilt'o Loulsvillo Ky.. Sond for hook conUxpc'j n. F. BEARD, President. Kxpr's Kxjir's STATIONS . 'Ho is a Democrat sold by G. W. Short. those questions. WILIj MILLER, of corporate property now exempt under taining particulars and history, of won11a 111 I).illy Dally Dally M. II. BEARD, Cashier. c ticket.' that votes taxation, whijo it will plnco $87,500,000 derful cures. 9 Uipir. 2!m 8 ifiim Iv.Uii'ii I)p't..ar lOTi ic:,tl'ff 1Iar1- (HIJ j a Vtim "meMlho 860 of property, now exompt, under taxation 820 'Yqurcqinmittco at tho. outlet declinKentucky hi. 12 60 1 O. W. BEARD Will Interest the Women. 12 10pm 810 West Point - ntl. tov'c 'Icalcr, jn the city. Director. 7 20 . DUO Y&F 9. MORRIS KSKRIDUE . ,. ed to nssuniq in thp party's behalf any mado up of tho furniture, agricultural UU! 07ini 7 llnwaril J A writer in n recent issue of tho A RKTOirr is bolng circulated in some R. M. JOLLY. 11 5J mi 7 45 l Hock Haven 7 45 for the organization of tho responsibility, implements, sowing machines, milch 7 35 U27 I.oii); llranch 11 U 7fi5 720 U37 8 01 llr.iudcnlmrir 1131 Const itutipnal Convention; that con- Ladies' Homo Journal has tho following, cows, chickens, domestic manufacturers of tho districts in tho county that tho INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 807 722 9 40 Mculc Springs 1130 all of of the people.) party was dissatisfied with Mr. Sovors as vention was not a,t party body, and which will without doubt interest 1140 1121 710 8 11 Kknm 7 U&l 1110 8 22 Huston "It added $600,000 to the common school fund," their candidate for Representative and you met in Democratic con- tho vedded of tho fair sex, who will say when 1107 1003 Irvlngtnn 830 G". Fair Discussion. (Misleading, above amount is that ho would probably bo withdrawn "anion" to it good and loud ; Tho 0 40 1068 1012 8X1 Webster vention in May last you declined 1051 041 1020 8 47 I.mliburi; Many it husband, peifect in almost duo from tho Government, and was sim- from tho race long beforo tho day discussing tho The (p make the question of tho old 1U42 10 27 030 Pirce any Aml fo'Mftis money than 0 24 1030 quality, lacks ono thing: tho ply ordered credited to the school fund. of tho election. Tlicro is not tho slight- attacks mado upon that journal bccaiiEO 10 30 SLi.tpIc n party ever other or the new constitution G15 1044 91U Stcphensport 10 20 It. 1m1 est foundation for such a report and tho it has seen fit to oppose tho adoption of U1U 10 4J virtue of consideration, for tho woman of Tho Legislature can do tho same.) GOO 1021 AililUiin .., issuo in tho present canvass. in.town Call. ami see liOO 1018 1062 Holt Dl'J limits the amount of tacs the counties and friends of Ilarned should put a stop to it. the now Constitution says : havq I hoard men "It i j- '.i ri ' ij "Democrats of Kentucky, sqo to it that his home, How olten 03 10 561 1100 Clmcrport U3J .ihim; 1)65 Ono of Mr. Harncd's main leaders in this 5 4J 1114 Shops 0 40 say to thcirwives "You hayp nothing to cities Limit pay." In no caso shall tho tho majority in August shall not only , 0 41 6 31 1120 Sklllin.in 952 liw I." "il . (And will retard the growth for years canvass is circulating this among a class Wo mean no ill 01 6 21 stand upon quibbles. 0 32 1137 Ilnwchtlllc justify, but increase, tho claims of your do nlLlny. You attend to that' Now, especially disastrous to tho mountains.) of people in soino of tho districts, where 1144 0 008 612 Pctrlc wo'meii are far Wsier in their honies AVo disdain factious opposition. in tho annals 1)11 tate to her ' 1161 6 05 017 l''nlcon 'M-'v'- -- .' LOyjSRfORT.KY "I( provides for n uniform njstctn of courts.)' 013 6 01 it is likely to do Mr. Sovers a;i injury. Cnjce than many a man imagines qr perhaps If tho new Constitution bo a i0 17 1160im of Democracy, so long brillantly sustain. (Yes, an increaso of four courts in tho 4 55 12 aijiin 0 00 Ixwupcirt 4 At tho samo timo tlio party who is circu- good thing, let us havo it. But if it i023 knows. To conduct a 8 47 438 Powers ,0 41 ed, Stato consequently four additional judges iril, hA l uA 12 35 fiuHe 832 425 rll iOM Pates lating tho report knows that thcro is not embodies anything doubtful, or dan- ilOti 12 45 homo requires as much time and as "Jons". Oabtlv-max- , 4 17 822 Owensboro and four Commonwealth Attoinoys.) 128!) 4 0'. tlio slightest foundation for it. Upon tho gerous, let us ascertain tlio truth, and 808 MsittitiKly U18 "STKitLixa B. Toxr.Y much skill as to conducra Estill Eagle. 760 350 1120 107 Stanley other hand it is universally conceded as tho Convention is by its own act to 1137 ,'busuicwi.s lippn NPin52il get good sor- "AttillA'Cox, 117 3 40 Worlhlnizton 7 47 7 28 Siiottsvlilc 331 137 '' u'BOvi) Wix'ciii-STEthat Mr. Sovers was acceptable; to every meet again in September let us re- ilM vice out of tho h elpjn the homo is just 710 323 i205pin 140 llasketts Heed The Warning. ' ' man to member of his party in this race and commit to it tho immature offspring of l2204in i 00pm ar.IIcnuers'n Iv 7 05 in 3 10pm "AV. L. Ly6xi.',' as great ah art 'as it is for' the ' is not infrequently tho caso that could make as strong n fight forj tho placo M.'k riiTTER ' '"' djaw.fqrtTi tio b'est In hhj. clorks. Just It its seven months of labor, with instruc' '"'FnEiknil'irlltinnTp). ,)J-- ' is many knotty questions cqmo up in itching pimples and irritating "cat boils'' as any man in it. Ho is gaining favor tions to amend. Better spend so von tho homo for decision as como up in tho aro tho forerunners of largo bolls, or the every day, not only in his owji party times seven months in getting, it right "J. "W. BiiVax; Invariably but out of it, and when theclcction comes than hastily addpt an instrument which IjOUISVILLIC, "Ill-D- . inoro serjojis carbuncles. offico. A table s pften. as great a battleAi.lex, ; desk. Ae irien aro great fac- Nature putsr6ut her danger signals, and off wo confidently beliovo'hq will win will involvo us in years of uncertainty field as tho "Jamis D. Ilixii, Subscription Rates, Dally and Sau Jay, $10.00 tors in tho world's" Progress and history, thoy should bo heeded at onco. Tho the race by ilvo hundred votes. Mr. and litigation, in tlio meantime sus- a year, Dally without Sunday, $3.00 a yoir, "II. T. Tii'oMrsox, pimples and li(,tlo boils show' that tho Haincd's friends should pull fijir or get pending much of our material develop- Sunday, $5,00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. ft Apimpalet of Icfortaattoa audab'y "Jamis d! GAuxett, but wo do not conMituto tho entire creaWistnctof "Joux It. "Welch, tion. All tho burdens of this earth wcro blood is not in a good condition and na- out of the races ment nnd progress. ratentf, CareaH. Trado' The Weekly Courier-Journa- l ijM Obtain the lawt, allowing llOFtoW i BMarkt. poprriKhta; ,enLl"40B ' ' "Coinmittcq.0' ' 'not put on our shoulders. God put a ture is trying to relievo tho system. A Personalities havo nothing to do with Has tho largest circulation of any Democratic In the United States and I Our Old Fire Company. fQv on tho shoulders of women, too. fow doses of Swift's Specific at this juncsuch a situation as this. Bccauso n man Nowipnpor treble Its already large propoies to double or circulaIs. life' Worth Livinpf? you think, lny dear sir, that ture will accomplish wonders. The has stock in a bank, ho is not barred tion. "That was a gay old company that wo Not if you go through thp world a dysiep2 Whenever will bo healed and tlio system vpu aro carrving all tho worries and from credibility as a witness. Bccauso BY GIVING AWAY EACH .tic Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia TablclsHimj cleansed of its impurities. Tho modorn belonged to, Joe, away bark in '08, when disyou nnd I 'ran with tho machine Do ho has stock in a railway, ho is not fpr tho worst forma of iroUUIVH Ol iiiiit wupii, junnsuvy iiui.iu AND EVERY DAY to some ono a cplend'd Ss a positive fcuro . anil watch tjio domestic machinery paraphraso of tho old saying, "A stitch you rcmembor that big flro in Hotel franchised. Bccauso ho is interested in High Aria Sowing Mnchlno or a Handsome Dyspopsia, Indlgebton, Flatulencyj and day to in time," etc, is that "Timely stitclies quito a revelation a Land and Improvement Company, ho Gold Watch, ABSOLUTELY TREE. Full 'Constipation, Guaranteed and' sold fy at work. It will bo of breeches." Tho Bow, ono ficczing night, when fifteen docs not forfeit his right to think and particulars lu Weekly Courier- - Journal. Sample You will find that your wifo has will savo nino pairs peoplo wcro pulled out of their burning copy free. Scud for one. G. AV. Short, Clovcrport, Ky an.d "Witt you. not half so mucltrtimo.to hersolf as you modern form has a touch of humor that rooms and camo down tho ladder in to bodieard. All theso interests belong .Address, W. N. HALDEMAN, k Meador, llardlnshurg, Ivy. of it. In that j of tho Frosldent supposed ; and themcxt timo when you docs not modify tho truth Company, ; and how 'Dick' to tho general voin, wo may say that a course of Swift's their Connecticut's Sharo of Barnnm's think sho has more timo to do a thing Louisyillk, Kr and aro a vory important pint Grcono brought down two 'kids' atoncc-01prevents ills terrific. Estate. which properly falls to you, you will bo Specific in his amis, tho other slung to his of it. Wo must havo banks. Wo can ir. ild AHfc. Under tho collateral inhorjtanco law of hotter ablo to judgo whether sho is capaback ? Poor 'Dick' Ho got tho catarrh not afford to tear up tho railroads. Land Mr. Lewis N. Duxlitz, a prominent Connecticut, 5 per rent, of all tho and Improvement Companies aro prible of doing it In addition to her other lawyor of Louisville, has written tho dreadfully, from so much oxposure, and marily organized to develop tho country, cstato oyer $1,000 goes intdwtho duties. HendquarterB for suffered fiom it fivo years or more. Wo ablest artlclo in favor of tlio adoption of Treasury of tho Sfato. Tho personal '"Vd- thought onco ho was going in consump- and, whoro managed, with integrity, tho New Constitution that has como to tate of tho lato P. T. Barnuin inventories instituWe'Oan And Do tion, sure. But, finally, ho heard of Dr. wisdom nnd activity, aro good our notice. -$1,285,509, and C per cent, of that, sum is puro agrarianism to Bay that Sago's Catarrh Ilomcdy, and tried it, and tions. It Blood Elixir, for less tho $1,000 limit amounts to JW,22.-- , Quarantco'Dr. AcWs If food sours on tlio Btomaeh, digestion it cured him up as sound as a flint. I theso organizations are hostilo to tho Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich it has been fully demonstrated to tho 05, which tho State will get as its sharo CHILL Do Witt's Littlo Early tell you, Joe, that catarrh remedy is a public interest and deserving only of igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil iPCOplqpfjjhis country that it is superior is defective. ' of tho sum total. CSKAFBAT KEDICINK itSOWK It is sheer madness to by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. olliSr proaratibils for blood dis Eisors will remedy this. Tlio famous lit- great tiling. It saved as good a mar-- and destruction. CONSIDERINa Tho extensive property holuings, ,o to nil Thoy aro "WTXjXj AX.SO ouiwa tlo pills that novcr gripo and no ver disap- as bravo a fireman as over trod shoo deny them a fair hearing. IT & tho lato Mr, Barnuin at Denver, Col., eases. It is a positivo euro lor Bypniuuc DYSPEPSIA, B1LI0U8KE8S, not outlaws. Thoy aro not aliens. Thoy Pin,e leather.," and Pim- point. Sold by G. W. Short. wcro deeded hy him to ,"Mrs. Buchtdllup AMD OHRONia OOHSTIPATIOK. aro Kcntuckiaus, and, held well in hand Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alhia daughter, previous to hia death. ples. It purifies tho wholo syslom and ways kept on hand. Orders acLaughter is ticklish business of course, by just laws, thoy should havo their say 0. C. MARTIN, A treo can branch out in ovory direct, constitution. thoroughly bollds up tho Thoir valuo is fully $2,000,000. companied by cash promptAVo laugh at a good and bo allowed their quantum in tho tho nverago business but it is contagious. DRUaaisT Tho feo of Judgo Bcardsloy for merely Vor Sale by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., son and prosper, hut ly filled. general discussion. NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. laugh OB well as a clever joke. man can't. and Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. receiving tho Inventory is $713,01, Ky Clovorport, JL BargainS i" , U VjTo the Democrats of Kcutucly: The election aiid ... national 1....1 iiiieicaio the .. l !... jui great! interests mvuiveu tho maintenanco of which you, more than the Democrats of any other State, have heon made responsible render the result of tho pending election 'of tho greatest consequence. "From the election of Samuel J. Tilden in 1870 to tho defeat of t! rover Cleveland in 1888 you have led in tho fight for the lenioval of needless tariff taxation until hv your persistant do-- - EniTon. You will please publish a meeting that will be held July 11th 1801, at Hardinsburg. Which is my duty to do, every voter in Breckenridgo county is respectfully invited to attend. Thcio being a great deal of business to attend to. Tho Secretary of tho County Union will plcaso notify,tho Lodges that they are all consolidated as one. Mr. William Hawkins and Itiley Dowcll aro appointed as cominittcman on that day. All other papers in tho 1th congressional district will plcaso copy. IV WlIEELEK, Committeeman of tho 1th Congressional District of Kentucky. Spring Clothin: Which wo aro soiling at prices which astonish every ono who ' cxnmino tho line. t ' In GROCERIES wo lead in prices, wo are selling them regardless of cost. j. 4? 01 VI Call and soc our lino, the most complete evor brought to tho country ' MOOKMAN & BEELEB, .GLENDEANE, KY. fi Jonx 1 sick-headac- o iMiKfirao $9-00 i r. v 't 3D. isar.A.iivGiBUjiEj'ironsr. 17. , s BANK HAEDINSBURG TIME SCHEDULE . . bf'-al- f . G , V ! HOT) ' 07- - Courier-Journ- . al 'I 1i i .'.' , i j i Coiirior-Joiirn- al I 1I-,- I I "' soph-'istric- s. 2.1 e, i .i well-regulat- s 1 . d '" Jhki, n, '', 1 v' ' The Courier Journal icy. orup-tio- ii v'J HOW 1 i- -. night-cloth- sum-tot- body-politi- c, Courier-Journ- 10 . . . THE UraaalHVBEST LIVER mr 1 per-won- al GREGORY & CO., B MEDICINE CURE. Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles ")u; poisoning,-UJcQrs,fIiruptioii- 5SS5aS3Tj?WfSffliiSiwwwiiiiMS3W ,. T. rrrfSy'v?'sTx"jri1' BRANDENBURG. Miss is a guest Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2J, 1891. The officers of the law aro getting after HAROIMSBURG tho White Caps, who havo been operating a little in this county near Custer, V. G.BABBAOF. and tho Forks of Rough. Thcro woutd seem to bo no occasion for tho deprida-tio- n of such an uulawful cloment as composo tho White Caps in this county, and tho sooner their operations aro put an end to tho better. Down at Custer BOveral parties havo been arrested charged with being members of trio gang, but it is not at all probablo that tho proof against them will bo sufficient to convict. Thoso who affiliate with this class of men aro generally to shrewd But to allow themselves to bo caught. it is well enough for tho officers of tho law to keep a close look out,1" and bring tho offenders to justice. L, H. ..... wist. kait. DEPARTMENT. BEWLEYVILLE. Kerr Editor Ilerndon. JNO. D. A VIROIL. O. BA11HAOB, Editors and Proprietor!. L W. TIME TABLE. aorxo aonto I,., HI. r., & T. Local Timo Card. 10.05 a.m. Mall and Expreis goto East -- 11.07 a.m. Weit ' " 8.68 p.m. " Eaet Kxnreis .. 9 27 p.m. West 11.19 a.m. " Kait Loeal Freight -- 10.0& a.m. " Weit Hon. John 8. Rhea is making speech-csovo- r tho state in opposition to tho new constitution. Col. Barbour has announced that ho will not mako tho race for Governor on ho Peoplo's party ticket. Tiik tSmo will como when Kcntuckian3 abroad will bo asked if they are from tho "Purchaso" instead of tho "Bluo Grass." Panenger Dally arr. Ilardiniburg -- Ui05 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " .. 7:48 a.m. Panenger Dally arr. Ilardiniburg.. 8:J5 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " - 3iSJ p.m. Tho wheat crop is fine throughout tho county. Mrs. Georgo Ilaynes lias returned to Henderson. Col. Alf. Allen returned from Utah last Sunday. Miss Katio Eskridge is visiting relatives in Owensboro. Mr. Newt Potreo is working in tho Cloverport railroad office. Thcro will Imj an excursion to Louisvillo next Sunday on tho L. II. & W. Mrs. Tom. Withers hos returned to the city and is stopping at Mrs. Buiby'a. Mrs. Dr. P. W. Footo was in tho city last wcok, vUiting Mrs. V. G. Babbagc. Miss Vic and Leo Oliver were in tho city last week visiting Mivs Maggie Hurrah for the Cash Store. Dr. Honry Board, of Hardinsburg, was A much needed and heavy rain fell in town Friday. Mr. W.T. Beeler, Louisville, was in hero Saturday. town Tuesday. Harvesting is tho order of the day Prof. Yutslcr, of Paynesville, was in with our farmers. of Miss Eva Mrs. Marlojyyof Pates vi lie, is. tho guest The Democrats of Barren county have nominated a farmer for tho Legislature, and tho Allianco has put up a lawyer to What has Capt. Gcoigo beat him. Mercer to say to this. Geo. Mercer, Dr. Ilarned's manager, is mad, very mad. Indeed, if ho could find tho man that "writ" that picco from Webster, thcro might be pistols or a foot race. . Keep cool, Brother Geo., it is too hot to get mad and life is too short. The chapter on "Revenue and Taxation" in tho now constitution. provides that all prop(Sections erty assessed for taxation shall bo assessed at ita fair cash value, estimated at tho prico it would bring at n fair volunThis is good nnd applies to tary Bale. all property in tho Stato whether owned by national persons or corporations. It also provides that all taxes shall bo 175-18- Tub citizens of Fordsvillo aro said to bo in high spirits over tho discovory of another large coal mino in that vicinity. Tho new mino is convenient to tho railroad, and it is said will furnish enough coal to supply the whole country. Hon. A. T. Wood, tho Republican ctndldato for Governor, is expatiating pretty exclusively in his speeches on tho DickTuto steal. That matter is about sottled. Tho Stato will probably get her monoy, and this old gag will not secure n singlo vote for tho Republican ticket. Hon. John Young Brown opened tho campaign at Dixon, Ky., last week. A big crowd gathered to hear him, and tho indications are that tho Democrats aro falling in lino all over tho stato, and that tho party was novor in better trim for rolling up a big majority and sweeping Hon. A. T. every, thing boforo it. Wood, 'tho Republican nominee for tho samo office, is canvassing tho stato but ho is not arousing much enthusiasm. Mr. Wood, tho Rjpublican mminco for Governor, readied Hondor-si- n last week lie was mot by Hon. John Young Brown, tho Djnneratic nominee fir Governor, an.I takon to tho lattoi's loan whore ho remiinedas his guest. If C.pt. Gjorga Mercer sees this ho will swear louler thin ovjr that both of tho old parties aro working togotlior, when in fact tho action of Mr. Brown was only a bit of courtesy that was duo his honored opponent. When Mwort McKinloy, of McKinloy tariff hill fann, was last week nominated by tho It Rjptiblicms, for Governor of Ohio. is possible ho miy b3 elected, as Ohio is sjnujrhat of a miuufacturing center, nnd McKinloy is square out for those institutions and corporations as against tho laboring classes of paoplo in tho country. But of lato years tho Ropubli-cm- s have not had things their own way in O'.iio by larg3 o Ids. The Democrats havo steaJily gained ground thoro and suverul thins elected a Governor. uniform upon nil property subject to taxation. This is also good. But bo it known that section 189 of tho saino chapter, tho last section in the chapter, say, "Nothing in this constitution contained shall be so construed as to prevail the Oen eral Assembly from providing by law how railroads and railroad property shall be assessed and taxes therein shallbe collected." So the railroads are above constitutional restrictions, and aro handed over to tho tender mercies of coming legislatures, and a wide opening left for tho reduction facilities of the lobby. Guthrie. Mr. Jonnio Hcston has a position in works at tho, brick manufacturing Cloverpoit. Mr. J. W. Lowis nnd D. W. Forleigh were here attending Quarterly court last Wednesday. Messrs. Frank and Tom Bowmer.of Madisonvillo aro here visiting their mother Mrs B. Bowmer. Mr. Georgo Jordan was in town ono dayli'st week and obtained license to sell beer at tho Tor Springs. It would bo well enough for tho fellows down on tho L II. & W. to keep a sharp oyo on timber men. Mrs. DcJcrnctt's new residence on second street is about completed. It is a handsome two story structure. Tom Withers took his first lesson ps constable in tho Quarterly court Irst Monday. Ho will make a good officer. Read tho advertisement of tlio big barbecuo hero on tho 4th. It's a fact that Hardinsburg will catch tho crowd on that day. Mr. Allen Guthrio came homo sick from Clovcrport last wcok. Ho has been employed there with Mr. D'elluy for several months. Public discussion over tho new constitution increases as tho election approaches. This precinct will givo a largo voto in its favor. Visitors to tho city havo noticed tho big improvement made in the looks of tno court House surroundings by tho addition of tho now iron fence. The city council hrd better open up somo new streets on the east side of town. Thoro aro some fine building sites thero, nnd if tho streets wore opened up improvements would go on. Stephen Seizor lip-- just completed a stone ellar for Mr. J. D. Bceler. Tho work comes up in every particular to Mr. Seizor's manner of doing such a job and Mr. Beclor is well pleased with it. Seizor 's a roliablo inwi in 6tono masonry Mr. Lewis Ely, of St. Louis, is in tho city visiting his grand mother, Mrs. V. Daniel. It is tho opinion of Mr. Lowis that the rise in gas stock has not been voiy rapid in Hardinsburg since ho dropped in his amount three ycora ago. Lowis is patiently waiting for a boom. Mr. Clait Beard spent about five days last weekat work on tho bridgo across the north fork of Rough Creek. This is a wooden bridgo built last summer for tho county under a contract let by tho bridgo commissioner. Tho bridgo was about to go down and was dangerous to travel. It scorns that somebody beat tho county by not putting up n good job thero ps thoy agreed to do. Moorman & Bceler, of Glendean, run attachments last week on a lot of railroad ties belonging to ono Mr. Georgo Sowers, who has been operating extensively in that locality for somo time, in tho timber business. Sowers bouimt un all tho ties ho could got, wont to Louis- villo and sold them and skipped, leaving Moorman A Beelor, and all of his other creditors, to get their monoy the best way tuey could. Moorman & Becler's debt is ovor $750, and thoy are tho largest creditors. Tho bill is for sun- plies, monoy etc., furnished Sowers to enable liirn to carry out his work. Several other parties havo gotten out attachments sinco Moorman & Beeler's wps taken out, but thoy aro for small sums. Tho Southern Tie- & Lumber company will como Into tho suit as owners of tho property attached, having, as thoy pay, purchased it of Sowers and paid him for it. Tho matter will bring on somo interesting litigation, and somo body will suffer a considerable loss before it is ended. - of Mrs. Miller Reid. Miss Ilia Richardson, of Louisville, is yisiting relatives hero. Mr. Tom Pusey, of Chicago, is visiting his parents nnd friends here. Prof. Frank McAuliiT, of Garrett, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Miss Stella Oucrbacker, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Nell Richardson, Mr. Oliver Willett and bride, of Missouri, ore visiting in this vicinity. Mr. A. Moremeu and hands aro at his farm in Jefferson County harvesting. Miss Francis Gudson, of Fordsvillo, visited Mies Eva Ilerndon last week. Willett's majority over Richardson, in the primary hold hero recently wps 103. Messrs. MeMillur and Maddera, of Ellzabcthtown, are visiting friends hero. Deo Pusey is at homo for tho summer. Ho libs been attending school in Louisville. Mr. Crutcher and son, of Garrett, attended quarterly meeting hero Sunday. Misses Zuia Malin and Fannie Prico are visiting relatives nnd friends in Vino Grove. Mr. G. R. McGrcady of Louisvillo is spending a few ddys at Mr. Wm. M. Ditto's. Mr. Joo Brooks, of Louisville, spent Sunday here, guest of Judgo Woolfolk'a family. Mies Lury Rawlings left TJiursday for a visit of several weeks at Uptonville rnd Elizabcthtown. Misses Ree Washington and Nora Henderson, of Irvlngton, .are visiting Miss Emma D. McGhce. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry C. Rawlings, of Kancps City, aro tho happy possessors of a little son, born the 17th. Hugh Ditto is at homo to spend his vacation. Ho has bcon attending school in Louisvillo. Tho young peoplo enjoyed a delightful danco at Mr. W. U. Gongh's residence last Wednesday evening. Miss Virdio Moremen, Rosio Lou Ditto, of Hardinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. II. Ditto last week. and children, Mrs. Morgan Fountain of Holt, aro spending this week with Mr. James Fountaino and family. Mr. Geo. Cnsporko lips purchased the Wm. Georgo property on West Hill nnd will build an elegant stono front soon. Mr. J. T. Ditto, traveling salesman for Swan Abraham & Co., Louisville, is spending n few days at his old home. Mr. Z. T. Ilerndon is at homo again. Mr. Ilerndon is always given a heprty welcome by bis numerous friends hero. Mr. Milton Reid nnd Mr. II. T. Ilaynes who aro boring wells at Hor. dinsburg were at homo witli their families lpst week. Quarterly meeting was hold hero Sat urday and Sunday. Tho presiding elder Rev. R. W. Browdcr of Elizabcthtown was present rnd delivered interesting sermons. coin-rncrcial The vote on the new Constitution. Will somo ono please inform us, hpw many votes it will tako to ratify or reject the new constitution ? Is it tho mind of tho convention that a majoiity of the votes cast, or of tho whole number of votes in tho state, or two thirds or trhec-fifth- s, or nil, aio neccessary to reject tho instrument. Thoy havo not said so in tho ordinanco submitting their work to to tho people. Tho ordinanco provides that a vote shall bo taken and certified, but is silent as to what will satisfy the convention as to whether it is rejected. That question is left open in a most unanimous fashion. Section 177. Tho now constitution provides that taxes "shall be uniform urK)n all property subject to taxation within tho territorial limits of the authority levying the tax." Then, wo suppose, all a Kentucky capitalist has to do to prevent "uniform" taxation on his bonds, stocks, nnd money is to keep them over the river in somo vault in Evansvillo, New Albany or Cincinnati outsido of the "territorial limits of tho authority levying tho tax." Movo them outside of town will beat Clovcrport in the matter of subjecting them. Over in Hancock will settle Breckenridge county's hash in tho matter, but wo guess thoy will havo to be taken over into Indiana or Ohio or somo other state, to cuchcr the Commonwealth. How's This ! Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any ease of catarrah that cannot bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrah Cure. town last wcok. Misses Julia Richardson and Florcnco Cain were in town Tuesday. Sunday-schooseems to ho on a decline since Children's Day. Cheer up little folks. Mr. II. B. Head, representing tho U. Black Fabrics by tho inexorable decree o" Fashion, will bo almost S. Lifo Insuranco Co., was in town Friday. exclusively adopted by tho world for Mrs. A. Bennett is spending this week with hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Griffin Dowel!. Quite a number of the colored population took in tho basket meeting at Irving-to- n Sunday. Mr. W. G. Hardaway had his head considerably mashed ono day lost week by a falling binder. Miss Katie Burckbart is spending vacation with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. .8. Dowcll. Miss Laura Slialn returned to her If you want any of tho following linca of goods, turnto us and wo ' homo, near Ekron Sunday, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Chas. Stith. will givo you Amazing Values and Endless Vametv. Mr. Marion Raetter returned to Louisvillo Monday after spending several days Blacl India Linen, Black Hosiery, with his aunt, Mrs. Hodges. Littlo Mary Keith entertained several " Black Lack Stripes, of her littlo friends to dinner Sunday, in honor of her eighth birthday. Black Silk Mitts Black Silk Gloves, Mr. R. L. Hardaway left Saturday for Louisville, where ho has accepted a Black India Plaids, position with Brooks & Gregory, his many friends hero wish bim success. Black Embroideries, Black Cohsets Last Thursday afternoon our quiet littlo town was greatly excited by tho Black Outing Shirts,-Blacl WM. VEST & SON'S BLACK NOTES. "HOT WEATHER WEAR." We can Supply Your Wants. -- r 1 k startling report that Hardy Northern, a boy of somo fifteen years, had shot and killed himsolf while out frogging at a pond on the farm of Mr. T. J. Jolly near here. Ho and Arthur Walker were out together; it seems that Hardy hit his gun against his foot and it discharged ; the ball entering his heart, ho walked on some fifteen or twenty steps, in the direction of Mr. Jolly's house, when, ho said ho was sick and could go no farther, and falling down, told Arthur to go for help ; which ho did. Mrs. Jolly reached him in about ten minutes after tho gun was fired, but ho was then beyond tho reach of mortal aid. This is a sad reminder of tho certainty of death, and that wo know not when, how, or to whom tho Death Angel will call next. Hardy Northern was an orphan, but was tho main stay of his grand parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Titos. Northern, with whom ho lived. Ho was much loved and respected by his playmates, and the community mourns with his family his sad fate. Owensboro papers please copy. Whilo our friend, tho Credit man over at Hampton, has let his stock run down and almost suspendid business for the dull season tho Cash is stocking up daily with new and seasonable goods, determined to keep the business booming. Now is the time to savo your monoy by coming to tho Cash, where you will find nice clean goods all at uniform low rates, $2.00 spectacles at 35cts. In stock, Horters Pills, Pile Ointment, Sure Cure, Scott's Emulsion, Despepsia Cure, large stock India Linens, Plaid Lawns, men's and ladies' shoes, common, medium aud fine. Nice stock ladies' fine slippers just received, a perfect littlo gem at Clothing nt n big drivo can't 98cts. begin to numerate the thousand and one articles now in stock, and every one at uniform low cash rates. Underwear, Black Suspenders, Don't Fail to Call, Eon't Fail to send us Your Order. VEST. ' 'mm m A f . - ). BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT John Poole COUrVT. rv F J CHENEY & CO., Props.Toledo, O. Wo tho undersigned havo known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and bcliovo him pcifectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesalo Druggists, Tiik Clovcrport Brick manufacturing Toledo, O. company scored its first triumph last Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholeweek in a contract to furnish 300,000 sale Druggists, Toledo, O. paving brick to the city of Louisville. Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internalThcro were a number of other strong ly, acting directly upon tho blood and p brick manufacturing establishments coin-- mucous surfaces of tho system. ting for tho same Job, but tho Clovcrsent free. Prico 75c. per bottle. port works got in tho lowest bid. Her 06TSold by nil Druggists. brick aro first class and as good as can When this bo found in the country. UNION STAR. town goes for a thing it is generally thcro to stay, and the one that heads her Helen Milncr went to Louisvillo Satoff will know when sho does it. urday. Misses Brashear and Richardson visitThe friends of the new Constitution ed friends at Preston Friday. in this county by a haven't a walk-ove- r Mr. J. F. Jenkins was tho guest of largo majority; although they claim that Miss Cora Richardson Sunday. tlioy will bo easy winners. So far as wo Miss Bei tie French was tho guest of havo been nblo to gather, nnd wo havo made it a point to ask all tho leading Miss Lillian Crosson last week. Mrs. Jas. Cunningham was "tho guest men in tho different sections where we is a fact that with the ex- of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cunningham this havo been, it ception of Hardinsburg, a majority loth weok. of Democrats and Republicans aro against Mia. Roberta and Mrs. Parker were it. Tho sentiment in this direction is entertained by Mrs. Win. Milncr Tuesgrowing too as the matter is being dis- day. cussed and tho people more fully acMisses Minnio and Jcssio Hoylo spent quainted with its workings. Friday in Preston, tho guests of Mrs. S. Testi-monals On Petition. and j No. 1738. Mi ntle Poole, hit wife Notice is hereby given that the aboro named John Poole and Mantle Poole, his wife, bare this day filed In iny office their Joint petition in equity, praying that the said eourt dom-powthe aforciald Mantle Poole to uje.n joy, sell and eonrey for her own uie and beneBRANDENBURG, KY. fit, any property she may own or acquire, ree from the el aims or debts of her husband, the said John Poole; to make eontraets, sue and be sued as a single woman,-ttrade In her own Are juit receirlne a areat madr of the rarv name, and dlipoie of her own property by will or deed, and in all reipeels to act as a vkmb best in Dry Goods, Dress Quods, Notions, Ac. More new ityiei, nanajom eaoloe soli. Notice thereof Is hereby ordered for novelties than ever before. seleoUoas. grttlfy We will publication In the liaiCKiHsrooE Nicws. your ambition to bur cheap, and sire extra Qlren under my hand as Clerk cf the said good qualities in the bargain. Court, this 19th day of Jane 1891. R. S. Skilluix, Clsrk. DRESS HWS, er ) ' Dryopj)s 1 Geo.Yeakel&Co. o Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1890. Wo are Mrs. Dodge's lawyers, and by Tho memberdof Foutth Street Christian church and others, cpmo down on nn ex- her seeing our advertisement, became cursion Friday aud spent a couple of the agents of her good fortune. If your hours horo. Mins Anna Sanders, Mrs. ancestors camo from tho old country, Jack Cooper, Mr. ond Mra. Thco. Gra- writo us and incloso $1 for our list of heirs. There aro moro than half a bilham were among tho number. GerDuring tno storm Saturday Sir. Elvis lion dollars in Great Britian and many, unclaimed, which rightly belong Wimp had his horse hitched at a crib ond was sitting nepr it. Tho lightning to peoplo in tho United States. BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRY OFFICE, struck the horso killing him instantly. 104 and 1C0 Randolph St., Tho shock knocked Mr. Wimp over but Chicago, 111., U. S. A. he fortunately escaped without injury. Messrs. W. II. Gough aud R. II. Nevitt havo purchased Mr. W. II. Richardson's Drug store and will in future be the druggist of our town. Thoy are both popular gentlemen and will doubtless mako n success of tho business. A Lucky Woman. Decatuk, 111., Dec. 1, 1890. Tho colored woman l'eggy Taylor, who Mrs. Sarah C. Dodge, of this city, has conippntons with a pruncut ono of her fallen heir to $500,000 (eft by hor-- granding koifo at a picnic at Crystal Lake father, the lato Joseph C. Hodson, of Park, lpst Tuesday, was brought hero London, England. Sho forwarded proof Thursday by sheriff Hardin pnd lodged of her relationship to her lawyers, and will receive her inheritance injpil. , to-da- y. Tho response to tho toast "Tho Ladies" by tho editor of the Elizabcthtown News at tho banquet at Pnducah given to tho Ky. Prers association, was on Thrco eloquent eulogy on women. cheers for tho newsy News aud its editor. BURAS. 40 38 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth 406 0 pes Cash Store. Dyspepsia Makci Uie llrci of many people mlieraMe, and often leads to lelMestructloa. DuvtreH after eating, tour stomach, sick betdaeho, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all geM" feeling, bad taste, coated tongqe, asd trregB- laxity of tho bowel, are . Dl8tr68S iomo of the mare eoaroon symptoms. Dyspepsia does not set well ot (sseU. It requires careful, penMent attention, and a remedy llke Hood'a reJy asd which acts gently,'; yet efficiently. It tones the s4eaea and ether organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus overcoming the local syrup-tZjlum toms removes the thetle effects ot the disease, baakhes fee headache, and refreshes the tired atad. " I have been troubled with dyspepsia. X bad but littlo appetite, and what X W t AH e Uafi . distressed tae,laor aa hewr little good. after eating I weetd expefee rience a falntness, or tired, as Uiough I had not eatca anything. Kysres-bio- , I think, was aggravated by y etttteeM, which is that of a painter, asd trow betes moro or less shut up In a StiUr room with fresh paint. Last m.z?-t-spri- ng took nood's Sarsa- I It did art aa rllla took three bottles. Immense aaount ot good. It gave rae an appetite, and my food relished aad Mtlsted tho craving I had previously experteaeed." Obohoe A. Tack, Watertowo, Man. V meet with big opposition from tho Rcpub can party in his own stato, Indiana, for tho Presidential nomination next year. A delegation of prominent Rcpubficans met at Indianapolis ten days ago and declared a decided preferonco for liltiino as tho Republican standard bearer for .President in 02. But Blaine is sick and it is said will not bo of much moro service in public lifo. Tho opposition to Mr. Harrison comes from a lot of selfish, Bolf appointed Republicans who havo not heretofore gotten what they asked for of tho Administration. Mr. W. B. Gardner spent Sunday in Little Dixie, tho guest of Miss Ruth Cunningham. Miss Gertrude Gardner and Mr. Samuel Lobb returned to their homo in Louisvillo Sunday. Mrs. Isaacs, of Stophcnsport, nnd Miss Berry, of Louisville, mado a flying visit to tliis place Thursday. Misses Bettio Payno and Barbara Hnr-diof Lodiburg, were tho guests of Miss Pink Ricketts Thursday. Mies Lula Bashatn, of, West Louisvillo, is visiting her cousin, Miss Blancho Josoph E. McDonald, ono Bashain near this placo. Tiio rain disappointed quite a number of Indiana's most beloved statesman and Democrats, died at ids homo in Indiana- of young peoplo who expected to attend polis last Sunday night. Ho passed tho Sample picnic last Saturday. peacefully away being fully conscious up R. C. Richnnkon and Dr. Goldstein to tho very last. Just boforo ho died ho wore entertained by Misses McGavock, called his family about him, nnd calmly, Hardin and Stephens, at Holt, Sunday. as if the occasion were ono of tho most Mrs. Dinah Avitt died at her home, ordinary kind, gavo directions for his near Mooleyvillo of heart trouble, on funeral, tho disposition of somo personal Wednesday tho 17th. Tho enterment affair. and in tho presence of all said, ho took placo on tho following day at the wished to give testimony to his "faith in Union Star cemetery. God's saving grace. Ho thon grasjwd Tho majority of tho Union Star peoplo each by tho hand, bado them good-by- o saying that bo could bco them no moro, can now go without guido or compass. nnd in a short timo passed off. Thus Tho Gipsy fortuno tellers did quito a ended tho lifo of a great nnd good man. good business hero last wcok, What a superstitious sot I JIo was 72 years old. n, It is given out that Mr. Harrison will J. Btissctt. VICTORIA, J. J. and Chas. Friel attended church at Cloveroort Sunday. John Skein and Peter Lander aro tho newly elected school trustees. T. M. Bates is agont for tho National Photo Preserving Co., of Chicago, Wm. Jamison, tho popular Scotch coal digger, went to Clovcrport Sunday. After Now it is prqtty freely talked in New. York that tho best and wisest tiling for tho Democracy to do next year would bo to drop both Cleveland and Hill out of tho ring and tako up a now man altogether to run on tho Democratic ticket for Presidont. Whon tho two mon got their mottlo up, as they are sure to do when tho contest comes on between them, and tho friends of both get to cutting and slashing for tho ascendency in tho National Convention, there is certain to bo discord and disunion in tho Democratic ranks. It would scorn therefore as has bcon suggested that possibly tho best thing to bo dono to avoid a crisis would bo to put ono or tho othor of tho mon out of tho way, or both. Tho party cannot tako any chances in 92 of having her organization split up. Tiio great y object to be obtained is universal from ono end of tho country to the other. linr-mon- staling Sarssy-parlll- a, u Sink Jas. Petrie, tho "boss" at tho mines, went down on the excursion Sunday. Mr. Harris, formerly teacher nt our town, was hero Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jas. Lindsay, propriotor of tho "bum all-ge- Diamond Hotel, is doing a good business. Mrs. Fannio McGrill, at Victoria, died Sunday morning at 2 o'clock, after along and sovero illness since Inst spring with consumption reproduced by la grippe. Mrs. McGrill was born in England, June 27, 1849, but removed to our country in early childhood. Sho died a mombor of tho Catholic church having been' to that faith a short timo previous Dr. Geo. M. Marshall left for Now York last Tuesday. Tho Dr. Hkeo Union to her death. Siio leaves to mourn her Star very much and anticipated a longer loss a kind and devoted husband and visit, but, a telegram asking his immediate return was received nod answered in four children between tho ago of 18 and person, much to tho regret of his many 23. She was buried Monday at the friends. Catholic cemetery, CloverjKJrt. pon-vert- BoUbraUdrufgiiti. Vy C. L HOOD Hood's Sarsaparllla Prepared eary six for CO., Apothecaries, lowell, 49o Dr. Moreman and F: Mercer, of Con4 pes new aU Wool Blx. Xeariottt, veqkb lio stantino, visited our town this weok. SJLT Oi o. Misses Clara and Delphino Loeb, of Nice Doable width 81k. Drew (loo4 at'16.18, aBdlSc,wcrnwioe the Btonljv" In Vino Grove, have returned homo from a fiaet we are Xeadqaaetars oa all kiadi of four week's visit at this placo. They Drees Ooods aad Trimmtegs. were accompanied by Miss It. Meyer. WAiH Wheat harvesting is tho order of the ainghams of all kinds Imported aad DMsutU day now, and wohave a very good averStyles the latest and prices the lewetf.v age crop. MSKRY. NtTMNS, AC. Tiio stray correspondent from this place in lost weeks' fasao hit it right Extra quality Lad. Hose, regular made wortkv " Wo UJie. when ho said there wm aa much politics Extra quality Lad. Blk. Hose, worth SSe Extra quality Lad. Hose, fast bUok 80 pr pair to the square inch about Buraa aa any Misses Llilo M, place in the county; and wo will confirm Ladles' Llile Hoie, black, wortheJJo pair. z&o Hose, Mack, at per the correspondent's statement by rolling II. B. Corset, all liiw, at SSe. up a largo majority for "Mug" the first U. O. Corset, all slses, at 43o. Monday in August, oven though It being! HANDKERCHIEF?. Hero in ur. lien s own ncigiibornooa. 4e for choice Hemstitched HMderehlefs. So We would very much appreciate at 80 for Ladles' Uemitltehed Uandkerehlofc. for Gent's Uemitltehed Handkerchiefs, present ono of thoso Heavenly dews that bordered. Fine Embroidered Ilandkorehlef, Lace and causo tho water to ripplo through the Bilk Handkerchiefs a large assortment. gullies. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79o. Mr. Joel Pile, ono of our most amiablo 16e for all Llnea Large Towels. young men, has returned from Valpariso, Extra Quality Twilled Crash atTo. LADES' AND MISSES' FINE SH0ES. Ind., where ho has been attending school, and is again passing compliments 9Se for our Nellie Bly, Sewed Shoes, in Batton and Front lace, all sites. with his old friends. We bare a large and well assorted stock of The colored peoplo in tho neighborLow Shoes In Oxford Ties,' Slippers, o. hood of Gcrmantown were greatly sur DOMESTICS. prised Sunday tho 14th insL, at the pres- ?1J0 for 30 yds. Beit Caanelton Brown Co- tence of Dr. I lamed, who attended thek ton. services. Ho was trying to 91.00 for 30 yds. Good Cheek Cotton. religious $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Bleaeh create a high fever for Ids support, and $1.00 for 13 yds. Beit BleaofeedCotton. Cotton. to this end he was armed and equipped $1.04 for 20 yds. Best Wool finiih Dark Calioor with the peesenco of Bro. Frank Bennett (tSTHlNi. Tho Doctor could not suit his convent' Our Stock of Clothing oomprliee '4ke eery once and stay with them over Monday so best goods, latest styles aad lowest prices. For Seek, Froek, Four Batton CutaBro. Bennett to officiate Men, PrlaeeStraight In ho arranged way, Albert, all the lateittFabriee. Monday night in trying to .organizo a For Boys', Youths aad Children, we hare anylodgo for the colored. So otto of the thing you want, from the lowest to, belt high ' grade goods. colored brothers arranged tho lights and remained with Bro. Bennett at tho school house until about 0 or 10 o'clock, but alaa, thcro was not a singlo subject BRANDENBURG, KV for tho occasion savo the two above named. I can Just eayiiwe to the Doc delay any Summm- Ixeaniaa late to Claw tor there is no use for time with thoso people there, for thoy Jiave expressed themselves that if you Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, and havo had such a gretof3ering for them, continuing until close of August the 1 and1ccn kcepfeya nyttom them until St L. & T. railroad will Bell tickets to this lato hour, tlW'ymi have committed Cloverport at one fare for the round trip. such a gross wroag that thoy cannot-- for account Tar Spring for tho afternoea give yon Hiitil after the election; then if trains on Saturdays and morning tralrw you feel aeraroatly interested in them oa Swwaya oaly goe4 to return on come areHfM Mia if your policy suite 8. A. Wikw., 7 they will likely purchase. Q. P. A. Honest. Tennis Cloth, worth...........85e new all Wool BHt. Haarietta. w l44o '4 ' V ta J 'lth Geo.Yeftkel&Co., - ys'te prtF.rTrSKifi. fit fr. Hsu. IOO Doses Oris Dollar FOR 0YS1KPHIA Use Hrswv'e Ir Bitten. Physicians recommend It All dealers keep it. 11.00 per bottle. GenulM f and crossed rod lines on wrapper. bai tnule-marl- 9t tho fwWewfW'tt (dca De It k f Froduced from tfee laxative and nu- nui a uwte juwty jumm tot IHH, itoP' m, com- ach apd bewel disorders. TheyaSSl tritious Juice of California bined with Die medicinal virtues ef Billwtnifgtitysdenea. G.W.53S nlantfl known to be most benefteial to ,. L the human system, dispelling colds and seHhora. jipauacnes, anu curing nauiiwu eet6U-natioBay tiro Monarch, Shirty jnf lift. !?V. n i fet Ci 'ujninienaw cjaetepgfegcai?wacyi bTjRSWWS PERSONAL. IRVINGTON. Miss Franz Goodson left Monday for ota 54852 be a -- V I- -'' Or-- An oxcursion on tho L. II. & W. it. R. Fordsvilic, was in tho conducted by Messrs. Mercer and NewW. C. Smith, of which you will find as low ns you can expect and lower than man brought an Jmmonco crowd and nil city Saturday. went homo seemingly well pleased w ith thoso concerns which make such big pOIniscsiri', tho newspapers Miss Lizzo Baltcilleld went to Hard! ns- - everything. Botk the method and results when Sjrrtop of Figs is taken ; It is pleasant ft, "big cry" but mighty "littlo wool." Col. Alf Allen spent Saturday and Our stock of hot weathV. G. Babbagc, Hardinsburg, was In Sunday in Irvington. Tho Col. seems and refreshing to tho taste, and acts v. er garments is immenso and embraces everything you wantat geUy yet promptly on the Kidneys, the city Saturday. to havo discovered tho Fountain of Per? i'1 3s and Bowels, cleanses tho sysLiver Joseph Asking, of Stcphensport, was petual youth soino wiicro in his western prices to suit. Remember, ourstoro closes promptly at 7 o'clock tem effectually, dispels colds, head-ch- e city Sunday. in tho travels, ho is looking exceedingly well and fevers and cuma habitual every day except Saturday . when wo keep open till 11 p. m. Newt. Petrio, of Hardinsburg, was In and happy. constipation. Syrup o. 4gs ia tho tho city last Thursday.' , ' Newman & Bra's, store wn? closed last All respectable houses do tho same; others should be avoided.' only remedy of its feinu ever Miss Moinmio Young is visiting tho week on account of tho death of their pleasing to the tnsfo and acfather Mr. A. II. Newman, of Louisville. Misses Holt this week. ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Their many friends in and about Irving-to- n its action and trulv beneficial in its Miss Bog8jW .Vollvlllc, is the extend their deepest sympathy in onlw from tho most I W& this their greatest sorrow. 1) its manv excellent nunlitins onm. T By Special request tho concert given J mend it to all and havo mndo it by Miss Goodson on tho 13th Inst, was WoWcst View, wont repeated on tho 10th for tho benefit of S.M.- the most popular remedy known. to Louisvillela3t weoJc. Syrup of Fig. v for salo in 50c the Methodist church at Webster. Tho and 91 bottles by all leading drugMiss Llllio Ferry wenttoStcphenspott exercises, with somo few additions S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY gists. Any 'reliable drugpistwlio Jast Wcdnegday to visit friends. wero tho samo and wero gratifylngly may not havo it on hand will proIs received by tho largo audiopco. Miss Mrs. H. M. Redman of Rinoyvillo cure it promptly for any ono who Goodson deserves very great credit in visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Allen. wishes to try Do not accept Henry Meserve badly done up by of Rome, is tho tho management of tho nfTair and her Capt. J. W. Vest, Sr., any substitute pupils show they havo been thoroughly Henry Sidebottom out at Bark's guest of his brother, Mr. Win. Vest. CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. taught. Miss Franz Goodson assisted XHo following Is Mayor lMcrco's Mill. Thos. O'Rynn and Owen Rice, of Trr-foraAMFMHOISOhOAU her sister, and by her sweet singing won Proclamation to tho Now City hew romt, n.r. went to Louisville last week. uvtavitu, m. Council Slioivlnir tlio Condipraiso from all. Her "Avo Maria" by Pat.' Burks was in town last Monday "Capt. James Burkett spent Sunday Luggi was splendidly rendorcd and ention of tlio City's riuun-co- s, and repotted a vety serious cutting llor Obligations with his family in Cannclton, Ind. M. affraytthat happonciLput nt his, mill core after encoro rung through tho and Oilier matters of houso until sho gracefully camo foi ward Mi33 Georgia Whito was tho guest Tuesday of last week. TKb patties wero of Interest. Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt, last week. and sung "Tho Broken Picture" with Henry Sidebottom, a day hand employed To THE IIoNOItAllI.F. ClTY COUNCIL OF nt his mill, and Jacob Meserve, his old Miss Nannie Murray is tho guest of such wonderful expression, tho npplauso Office in Dr. White' old iland up tiain. sawyer. Mr. Burks said Sidebottom Mirscs. the City op Clovehpout, Ky: Mrs. Jno. Burks, of Holt's Bottom, this was all ono could desire. GLOVERPORT. KY. I hcrowith hnnd you n statement of went into tho tent where Mescrvo was Ellen Munford and Mamio AVashincton week. also desorvo special mention for their tho condition of tho city, and also recom- lying down and without any worth S. Chas. Rcidol, of Holt, and Jas. Meador sweet singing, and certainly reflect great mend somo changes in tho management jumped on to Mescrvo with his knife, of Skillman, went to Louisville last of its aflairs, and suggest somo plans, cutting a sovero gash in his breast iun-nin- g credit upon Miss Goodson as an instruct& week. down to his abdomen. As soon as or both instrumcntalnnd vocal music. which, it carried out, would, I think, bo jf. Next door to BreckenriJgo Mrs. R. C. Friend and son, of Missouri, Tho littlo tots acted wolHheir parts and of great advantage to us. AVo havo a Mescrvo found out that he wnscut ho Offics Clovcrport, Ky. Bank. aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. deserve much praiso in tho "Ferry for debt as follows: jumped up and with his fist knocked Noltc. Machine Simp Ilonds, Sidebottom down. Sidebottom renewed Shadow Town" gracefully sung by Mrs. School House Ilonds, 5.4 Messrs. 0. T. and J. R. Skillman and Harrison tho littlo girls with their dollhis attack with his kuifo and again sucTotal Indebtedness, f'5rl AV. S. Bowmor spent Suuday in Holt's ceeded in inflicting seven or eight ugly ies Joined in tho Clioras and considering Wo havo regular obligations to meet cuts on Meservo's side nnd back. By WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1891. their ago sung it well, keeping perfect Bottom. y this timo tho hands nt tho mill camo up for timo hugging their babies to their heaits annually as follows: MissLnflo Lallcist leaves CfaBBge etMdelresa, wiicn order-- I Brandenburg, where she will visit MIfs as only sweet Innocent littlo girls can Interest on Machine Shoo Itonds jnjnMc one- - and separated them and Sidebottom got n un ucc. isi, nail un June 1st. nnu ttr address your paper changed do, Tho vision of whito robed angels in Ii,om eo away. Ho captured ht eld a Interest on School House Ilond piyable in same el&arKv?lt Always well as tbe Eva Herndon. Tableau following with lovely roso Ilawcsvillc, and is now in jail awaiting wny on Sept. 1st. nmt March ist. each give mow address. Mr. Will Watkins, of St. Louis, is in e.ir. and Stale. If -your-- tho city tho guest'of hfs .sister, Mrs. R. colored calcium light thrown over them, Salaries to Mijor, Marshal and Clerk, JitS oo his trial. ( oo paper Is net received rexulurljmade ono of tho most admired features Meserve, in tho meantime, is up and E. Moorman. oo Total Regular Obligations, f',74 us. of tho oven'ng's ontcrtainmont. Tho going nround greatly to the surprise of John D. Gregory, representing tho Kindergarten Cantata Wo havo from nil sources to pay tho every one. was nicely carried Clovcrport Ciirar, Company went to LOCAL BREVITIES. abovo amounts receipts as follows, somo out and tho closing "Milkmaids Can Cannclton yesterday. tata" was received with many plaudits. items being estimated by last year etc.; Constipation, blood-poisofever I Docfor kites, at Sulzers. Tissuo paper Mr. and Mrs. r- Barrett, of Louisville, Tho uiarch followed, by tho drill In Taxes as per 1890 assessment hook, miking the tors' bills and funeral expenses cost about Levy at same rate and allowing Boys' low cut shoes 50c. Sulzcre. spent Sunday with Mrs. Jno. Burks, of which tho milkmen carried buckets sum for commissions and delinquents, two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Littlo and 2co 00 Early Risors cost a quarter. Tako yoar Bottom. Holt's Nice Lino Lnco Curtains Sulzers. maids tho customary three legged stools, From Whlskev License hv ity. a.00 eo . ' .1 ..! ir J oo choice. Sold by G. W. Short. Dr Howard of Mattingly says ho don't was well executed, and didfuli justico to irom iiiui.ini License ny isco, A bonanza in curtain poks. Sulzers From Fines Jy iSy, From Show'l.icense, etc, by 1S01, know of n voto in his district in favor of their captain's excellent training. 55 Water melons just arrived Sulzers. Due from It. I.. Ntwsom, eiiu illy on July tho new constitution. 1st. and Dec 1st., lS;o, 939 00 Miss Goodson has tho thanks of an apmatting Sal-serStraw raltlbg,-Coo- oa Ilaliucc in Treasury, 145 00 Mr. Clint Adkisson, of Irviiigton, spent preciating community for lien oflof Is to ( y'r, Totil estimated Sunday in tho city tho guest of his mako an enteitaining and instructive Deducting am't of rec'pts for next be met $5,939 00 obligations to Bov. WBrandonVifl preach "at ' dining the jear, 2,07403 brother, Dr. S. B. Adkisson. entertainment for tho people of tho ' HolUoxt Sunday. 'Mrs. W. W. Smith and Jas. Fnols, of country and all wish her completo sucf3,8)5 00 I.cacs Ilalancc, OwKjSbc'alippcrs continue to go fast Victoria, wero in tho city last week, lha cess in tho futuro in whatever sho Wo havo an ordinance making it the alyVfew pairs left Sulzers. chooses to undertake. Being a very duty of tho council to npply all funds guests of Mrs. Wm. Mullen. Only few horse collars left which yto Mrs. J. E. Chapin and eon, Jas. E. Jr., conscientious teacher, her patrons aro to from Licenso to pay off any notes, bonds, will close out very cheap. Sulzers. left for Spottavillo lost Wednesday to bo congratulated upon having had tho etc., that tho town may havo out, or if benefit of her instructions Wo soil butter fresh from tho refrigerfor their no indebtedness or none duo, to hold tho visit her sister, Mrs. Fisher. children. AH aro particular anxious to money ns a sinking fund for such s. ator. Always nice and solid. Sulzers. Miss Bettio Bowmer is visisting her I am soriy to say this has not Lewkport was visited by a very sovero cousins, Misses Nannio and Brook Steph- ,havo,,her for tho coming year. been carried out; if it had our school wind storm last- - week. Tho Methodist ens, of Holt's Bottom, this week. STEPHENSPORT. houso debt would havo been off our church was blown down and a negro man Charlio Moorman, who has been athands, and I suggest that this bo cariicd Rained very hard nil day Saturday. tending tho University at Charlottsville, LosTr-Aacka- ge Miss Lizzio Rirkctts is tho guest of out horcaftcr nud placed on said bonds of papers and a few Va., returned homo lost Saturday night. as fast as received. This would still Mrs. J. T. Hanks. letters?'' The letters, directed to E. A. Edward Reidel returned homo Mon00 Miss Floronco Williams, of Evansvillo, leave tho sum '"by estimato" of $1,710 Kiseaav Finder will please return them day from Tcrro Haute, Ind., where ho to go to tho streets etc. of tho city. to E, A Ktesam. has been attending tho Polytechnic Ind!, returned homo last week. Our school bonds matured somo timo Mrs. Will Edd Matthews, of OwonsMrs. Wm. Mullen took suddenly ill School. sinco and wo havo an act of tho Legislaboro, is in town visiting relatives. Sunday night and her recovery for awhile Mr. E. II. Morcilliat nmUhis littlo Miss Mollio Hawkins and Mrs. Sam. ture giving us tho right to refund said She is improv- - daughter Nannio, of Leopold, Ind., pass was7 theegbV doubtful. bonds, but I think better to uso tho Dix spent last Tuesday in Clovorport. ingat present. ed through this city on route to Hawes-villMr. Scott McCoy wont to Louisville method mentioned nnd pay them off, or Purifies the blood, increases tho circu Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. Joo. if holders insist on their money, to borrow funds nnd pay them. lation, expels poisonous humors and Dr. Dempster of Rock Valo was in thu Smith. BUSINESS EDUCATION. Messrs. Carlt. Richardson and Author builds up the system. What moro do you city Monday. Ho Bays tho people in his I also recommend that our tax hook bo Hoynes, of Union Star, wero in town want a medicine to perform? Do Witt's section Pro about equally divided on tho let to tho lowest commission 'bidder, reSunday. reliable. Sold by G. W, nowconstitution. fkrpftfill quiring him to scttlo at short intcivals Mrs. Allico Haw (homo Mudd, of Louis'JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSsBVHlsWiBVwBBBK nnd in full by September 1892. Our Short. TSIrs. F. Fraizo went to Ilondorson last ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. It. A. present tax book scorns to havo caused n MigtvRdbefte the yoany fedy who-'wa- s week to attend a meeting of tho Woman's Brashcar. sB H Hi sH nHBH !? !ssssssssssssssssssssH hurt-a- t Messrs. J. T. Jenkins, Dr. Goldstein great deal of dissatisfaction on account Holt wt week in attempting to Missionary Society. Sho was a delegate and Jas. II. Lay spent Sunday at tho of tho way it is let and possibly is not in beard a moving train, is still confined to from the society in this, city. Tar Springs, legal form. ballroom at the English IIouso and is Dr. 8. S, Watkin's family camo up Tho supper givon last Wednesday by , I also recommend that tho council IllspWvinsJowly. to tako up their permanent tho ladies of tho Baptist church proved ye&terday erect a shed in rear of jail and supply it $? school board elected the following residonco in this city, They occupy tho quito a success. Miss Lillio May Ferry, of Clovcrport, with rock so that.tho prisoners can bo tochers at its meeting last weekn Prof: dwelling vacated by Mr, Satterwhito. Wo havo freATTEND .Aug. Brown, Principal; Mr. Thos. Boo, , Tho 'follow irig porsonB of Owonsboro spent last Wednesday and Thursday with worked to advantage. Miss Violet It. Miller. quently had much troublo in this regard M AssisUnt; Miss Ella Dowden, Sec wero registered at tho Cloverport Hotel Mrs. Honry Hawkins and Miss Mollio ns to how and when wo could work thorn oq4"Ki88 Anna Baltt, Third. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. S?A. Ayor. Messrs, Berry, of Louisville, who havo been tho so ns to bo a benefit and not an expenOr Kontuofcy University, LEXINGTON, KY. Tho pastor of tho Presbyterian church R. 6, Hlgdon, Jr., T. N. Higdon and L. guests of Mrs. J. C. Brushcar, returned sive burden to tho city. S. W. Corner SIATV nnd irpPEB Streets, ' ' homo Sunday. L..Sinitlf; asks that iho full membership "bo pro-seajosua voun uuiue. I also recommend that wo endeavor to WIILBUR R. SMITH, president. Judgo J. W. Jarrett's court was held dispenso with tho office of city a 'onoy, at tho 11 o'clock servlco next Sun Cheapest, licit and IIIhcst Honored CoUeae. Misses. Blanclid'Stophons and Magglo hero Thursday. Attorneys John Allen and when necessary at anytimo employ 07W. Ccmut, hmitm at am B. R. Smith, day. Matters of importance to all urge McGavock after a very pleasant visit to Murray, of Cloverport; Milton Board, ono for tho occasion, liy so doing wo McdU solW.fllploms t offletrt ertbi. llnor SI World' Exposition, tot Pr.ura or IIook.Ketplnr, lodoJIol Umrtl pt.t tho presence f tho whole church. Morris Eskridgo ar.d Wm. Bell, of Hard- mk'ht he ablo to savo somo oxnensc. un ZdaeatloH. 2mIt luoo itudntl la itUndioM th llu.lnc.l ytsr, relatives in Holt's Bottom and this city For.lfQ Countrl... 10,000 Uroduate Mayor Pierce to his credit bo it said, returned to their homo in Franklin, insburg, nttended, also D. II. Sovers, of til our city increases in population and from 10 HUM sodTMchtn tmplo;et. nidoi.iOootiioon.tiu UBulieM. IJ Is a candidate for RepreUnion Star, who (Book iMplnr.B'.lo" Arlloniftle.rtam.n.hlp.Connicrclil becomes moro regular. is tho first Mayor the city has oyer had TOnn., last Thursday. Low, Hnthudli'oc. Bonilor, Joint Stock, M.n.fMlnrlnc, sentative, was horo with tho usual canUeturt., Bo.lo... Vrutl". iltretotllo Corrf.OMd.neo, tu. 1 would suggest that tho opening of to rise in Ida might and dignaty and send Coot ofPall Uailneoo Coaroe. Inaudlof Toltl n, Builootr? didate smile. d nd Board tho streot to the machine shops bo at- Wrltlnc In s nio. hall;, oouttUO.pwlnltlMI ano Type. aro ratlal forth his proclamation to his people. and BotlntM tended to as speedily as practicable, as it t..cbtrt Bpoilol Telrcraphr LoJI.o. oloeo or wlln thormplortd. PUBLIC SPEAKING. nod room., and oo bo uk.a Lid rrlo.lp.l Coono. d.otnront lor are glad to hear from him, so will Wo is already needed very much and might Book Knplni.lio. CQBa,U (P'U.raliuu'apoelolCoorMof McElree's Wine of Carduf bo causo of placing that property on at. Arithmetic and Ptomtatblp whto tnkta alou,j otr month. his people. He writes a good message, tho D. II. Sovers and Dr. Named, Candion dr and nlhu Btnd.nU roettrodBiilroad Com and THEDFORD'S bo mtdo with aro salo for building lots sooner than it Coll. (a" Arran tom.ou intermtnu. one that tits people will read witii Ma TKk dates for tho Legislature will address tho for salo culu far a chop aallr P" to aiund thll Collm. For eireolul would bo otherwise. by tho following merchants in lioB. ICotar now. oradotUf aooeouraU Our est and profit. pcoplo of Brcckonridgo county at tho folHint WIXJJUB K. SUtTU, fiw I, Lcilogtou, Kt. According to tho foregoing estimates Drccrenrldge County t Ono of tho most brilliant entertain- lowing times and places. wo havo tho sum of SI ,050,00 for streets ' Jen W. Owen, Clovcroorl, etc., nnd I would suggest that tho street O. W. Phort, Cloverport. ments that has occured jn Holt's Bottom Stephonsport, Tuesday, Juno 30th. from Baptist church out to limits, and SEE AGAIN AS IN 'YOUTH I Draabear & Lay. Stenbeniport. for sometime was given by tho Misses Mooleyvillp, ' Wednesday, July 1st, tho street from near Corlcy's out to limWitt & Midir. IUrdlnilurg, Holt, of Holt's Bottom, Tuesday even- Union Star, Thursday, 2nd. J. J. Seven, Uolnn Btsr, its bo graded, also both streets from Barney Bohlers' out to, John Newtons' ho ing in honor of Misses Dulanoy and Ellon Big Spring, Tuesday, 7th. graded nnd graveled,' as wo havo a good Mark, two of Louisville's beauties. Bovloyvillo, Wednesday, 8th. many peoplo out that way and tho street Thursday, Oth. A large crowd of young ladies and gentle- Irvington, gets in very bad condition during tho SBaHsaBsaHrSimlamiaaimBI ' men wero ia attendance from this city. Webster, Friday, 10th. winter. fe:aiaPrS$AltBi!aalilaPcS; Mrs. Holt loft nothing undono to mako Clifton Mills, Saturday, 11th. I further suggest that tho council enii 14th. deavor .to havo tho Bidowalks Improved evory oho havo an excellent timo. Tho Roeetta, Tuesday, THESE WONDERFUL LENSES in somo wny befoto winter, '"as wo aro Cloverport String Band was in attendCuster, Wednesday, 15th: Aro tho result of years of sclontiflo certainly noted for our sidewalks," a and aro now plucou. owlne to ance, and furnished Bomo splendid Constantino, Thursdry, 10th. great many being almost impassable at tholrBUportorlty.proomlnentlrnbovoovory " 17th. music. Friday, Hudsonvillo, thine herotoforo produood la this lino, times. They aro aoknowlodcod. by,oxport8 to bo " 18th. Buras, Saturday, I ask tlio committees to tnko an inter- ibo Ilnost nnd most perfectly construotoil jonsos KNOWN, and aro pocullnrly adapted est in thoir various duties, giving prompt " 20th. Hardinsburg, Monday, Tke Farest aad Best various visual attention to all matters roferrcd to them, to oorroctintr tho tlio KOHiNoofl willImporfoo-lion- s, " 22nd. McDanlcl, Wednesday, A trial of oonvlnco so that tho best measures bo recommendyputhoy nro PERFECT 5ICHT RENCWERS. Articles kaowa to medical science aro Planter's Hall, Thursday, " 23rd. EnrPaJrMrrnted, ed und tho most good secured for our used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla. West View, " 24th. Friday, peoplo generally. Every ingredient is carefully selected, Garflold, For Salo by " 25th. Saturday, I promise regular attendance at all personally examined, and only tho best meetings and ask tho samo of each mem- A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician " 30th. Thursday, Jones, retained. The medicine is prepared un-- Ball ber of tho council, so wo can nllwork Friday, Town, Fijsioriptloai Enoelvo O&rtfal Attention. together, push and improvo our' littlo tbe supervision of thoroughly com- 'Clovcrport, Saturday, August 1st. city, increase its population, its Busipess. 0LOVEHP0BT, KY, petent pharmacists, and every step in Respectfully. and at tho same timo carefully guard its process of manufacturing is carefully I tbe financial condition. D. II. Skvjus, Absolutely. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Very Respectfully, watchod with a view to securing in Curea Indigestion, lilllousncu, Dripcrula, Mala, A cream of tartar baking ponJor. Highest It. 11. TlItHCE, Hood's Sarsaparilla the best possiblo Tho proceedings of tho city council of all In leavening itroogtb, lift, Nervouineu, and Gcnoral Dobllltjr, PbriiV Mayor of Clovcrport. Late.l 0. 8. ciatu recommend It. AH dealer, tell It. Genuine will appear noxt week. Oovtrnmtnt Pood lltpori. Cloverport, June C, '01. b&a trade mark and crowed red Uacs on wrappec Jas. P Miller is at homo. Thos. Dyer went to Louisville Mon- day. 'J 0. W. Moorman left for Ghicago Mon- ' day. F. N. D'Huy went to Ixjuisvillo Monday. Mrs. Malinda Camp went to Louisvillo Monday. ' Sam. L. SulzerrCannelton, was in tho '" " ? r city Monday " Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. John M. Borntraoger. (& her homo in Hnwcsvillc. Miss Bcula Bennett is visiting Miss Jennio Green at her homo In Falls of Rough. Misses Lillio McGlothlan, Mamie Washington, Mrs. W. Harrison and Mr. Mack Herndon, enjoyed a raspborry tea at Mrs. Ed Bennott's on the evening of tho 10th. FREE AS AIR Is tho ndvico wo give our friends, and the pcoplo of this vicinity in general: That when thcywant anything in tho way of Cloth. ing or Mens' Furnishings come and interview ono of our polite P u sf i dfsji and nttentivo salesmen, who havo ordorg'to,ftono down" prices, III!! I ! ., ! J L ' ' l ! ril ajH f fW ! i ttk l ill ? '7fj9 Km n ' l . 7' I d "It V - Never Rains but it Pours !" ". y v r j "s BNJOYS , Lately we gave you some surprising val t, ues in Sateens which we thought were the climax of bargains, .but this week are able to offer FULL DRESS PATTERNS, 12 yds. each, CHALLIE for 60c ', - pro-dqce- d, "ed s W T CHEAPER THAN PRINTS. .' c01d Reliable" Clothiers, While the Shower of bargains lasts come into our Store-anone of the hundreds of satisfied persons. d it be k, PhysicianSurgeon. Dr. J. Clayton, of new goods now displayed on our count- A PERFECT DELUGE Come ers. Dr. S. Watkins, Surgeon, gHjsiciAN 3 IJLZE CLOVERPORT, KY. -7-3 mi hea? the Phonograph jEri Breckenridge News. s .& Harvest is Nearly Here your Harvesting Machinery-anprepare for. work. You will find any repairs you may need for your. old machines over-haul d tine-nu- post-ttlce.cia- Now is the time to lr - AT ''' R. E. MOORMAN'S. , He is also agnt for the Torld Een owned Whiteley Solid Steel Mower. Give him a call before buying elsewhere. Wm. e, Caslkh. C. II. UMrjinnY, Brcckenridgo Co CASLER Telcphono 449, Ring 4. PUMPHREY, LOUISVILLE, KY. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS BUTTER AND ''EGGS A SPECIALTY. pui-posc- 230 &r&pnd Street, between Main and Market. in B. F. Beard & HowSKSKliHE Co., e. Arc ofioring this season tho greatest bargains in f 7 T"EffW nt ? o-- Ever displayed beforo tho public. Thoir flhort-lUi.- $25 Special Chamber Suit Is something never seen beforo. Oak or Maplo Suit, with a full sizo Bed, handsomely carved, with an elegant Wash- stand, and tho Dresser with this Suit is equal to any Dresser in a 50 Set, with an elegant life sizo German plato glass. T ta iui' It is a Sixteenth Century r ' pOYAl mSkt oxpor-iraonUn- This bargain is something never seen beforo, cheapor than wholesale prices. Wo oxpect to soil 100 of theso Suits this year. Call and soo it. B. F. BEARD & CO., Hahdinsbtjrg, Ky. Bucklon's Arnica Salve. TIiq best salvo In tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcere. Bait rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, and all Povic diseases cured by n now corns, nnd slcin eruptions, nnd positively cures riles, or no pay required. It is nnd nhnost painless process. Consula-lio- n free. Call on aro writo for printed, guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per matter. Dns, H. y, nKNDmcKs and box For salo by G. W. Short, Clovor 0. D, Tun-ouD- . port, ivy., nnu J. a. win, unruinsuurg, No. 018 Third Street, Louisville, Ky Wi6 POWDER Pur. :eivu':?,i,tt:r,:e, PILES, lt. Bg.yi,ii'-- ' '" J BWM nmim''' Jf.. ''' nmm-4- - ??B3xirWVUVMimmwtMvaii,imammimimtmm&i , "srr U WITHOUT A I Ami MIhiIhbiImIhI FOURTH will be the most elaborate ever given in the county. their first expectations and all things are in position. sons oi eloquence, GLORIOUS r ! 3S JK V AT HARDINSBURG. KY J - JUEY t 4 ,lThe managers have already succeeded ioVunng attractions beyond V. 1 M - ' . ..W, E33Sw -- Among the speakers of the day will be the two popular ! anv gifted : ' ,,t:: : W. J. HENDRICK " vvtmjw $ v id ": g ' I A ;jt- JOHN S RHEA The grounds on which the picnic is to be held is a most delightful place, with beautiful shade trees and many otier conveniences that help to make one comfortable. The very best of music will be furnished. Among the attractions of the day will be the Base Ball game, and Grand Balloon Ascension with a leap from the clouds. ;;,. , A dramatic entertainment wili be given at night. wel Come all and we will have a day anyone can eiyby.-""'"' come. No exception. No distinction. "' ',..! J;ErS "- -'r-' THE INVITATION IS OPEN TO THE WHOLE HUMAN FAMILY. Bridal Etiquette. There are many little things about weddings that people inquire about, says the Ladies' Homo Journal. The brido writes a personal note of thanks for every gift received, whether it bo a great ono or a little one, ami if she cannot do this before th ceremony, she docs it after tho hridSd trip. In tho. church tho bridegroom's family and friends sit at the right of the altar, being on the bridegroom's right band, while those of the bride aro placed on HI tho lelt, at tho bride's left. The bridegroom does not pay for anything connected with the wedding unless he should choose to send bouquets to the bridesmaids, and, of course, to tho bride, and presents and houtonnlers For durability, comfort, and an to his best man and the ushers. A widow removes her flmt wedding ring at her second marriage, and does elegant 'fit, wear the celebratnot assume it again. Tho engagement ed Monaucii SlIIItT. ring is taken from the third finger of tho JNO. D. BABBAGE, loft hand and worn afterward as a guard Sole Agent, to tho wedding ring. CI.OVEIU'OUT, KY. It is not considered good taste to cut tho finger out of the glove for assuming tho ring. Tim Alliance is at work in Daviess county and tho Messenger sizes up tho situation correctly in these words : "Tho ultimate result of nil tho third party movements that havo been started in Kentucky since tho war has been a largo accretion to the Republican party, and it is clearly to bo seen that tho present effort is driving rapidly in that direction. Its advocates aro working themselves into such a fury that thoy will be ashamed to apply for to the party of their birth, and thero will be nowhere else for them to go except to the Republican party. Tho Democratic party has a pride in keeping every member possi-bl- o within it, but beyond that tho defection is not going to hurt it. Kvery man who wants to go, and still tho party will havo a majority sufficient for all needs." Very popular, very small, very good Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers, tho pill for constipation, biliousness, sick headacho Sold by G. W. Short. THE COMMITTEE. Wm, Deerin & Co., Binders and Mowers HEEE WE 'ARE AGAIN ! Furniture in endless variety. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. VdUSflOfil --- ! . rfy -- .1 liHPIVKk flUajffiSBH ffMyti MSiiiJSlxS Headquarters Ull - - -- - ,. . U1 Ml FURNITURE, Honest Goods. 1 UNDERTAKER j Fair dealing. Honest Prices. . for Breckenridge News. llJ 1 r ,- - A Child Killed. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 24, 18JH. child killed by the uso of opi. Another ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. and Tariff Taxation. Why mothers give their children such Tho difference between the deadly poison is surprising when they scheme and tho McKinloy bill in can relievo tho child of its peculiar trouUnder the not great. bles by using Dr. Acker's Ilaby Soother. Cure," Hcbcinu tliero wouldn't be money enough It contains no opium ormorphino. Sold to go round, nor to nay when the notoH by G. W. .Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and tho great specific for Coughs, Colds and nil Throat and Lung diseases. Sold hv mature, and the result would bo the Witt A Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. J. W. Owen. United States would have a inortgago on every farm and bushel of wheat to He Stood up. What Our Country Needs. the nun of tho public. Hii.tox, tia., Juno 0th. At a protractJust at this timo our country needs n Under tho McKinloy bill thero isn't ed meeting tho other day tho minister religion that will mako a man pay bis monoy enough to satisfy tho tribute preached a special sermon to tho young debts. Shouting don'tsettic old accounts levied on tho public for the protected men, commenting at some length on tho with God or man. We want to bounce. classes, and tho mortgage- is by tho whole character of George Washington, ' and right on n fellow and put him out of tho peoplo to thein. requested any one present who thought church if ho goes to a ball or theatre, but Under cither system there is loss to himself Washington's equal to stand up. novor say a word to tho pious scamp who people, llotli aio vicious and neither One. young man aroso. Tho pastor ask- never pays his debts. Preachers and should bo tolerated. Covjngton Comed him upon what did ho base his claim. people who novcr pay their debts aro monwealth. "Sir," said the young man. I am rail- doing tho church more harm thnn danroad agent at Hilton station. Atlanta cers or drunkards, for tliero aro mora in A Wonder Worker. Constitution. tho church. Readers, wo aro getting pretty close to you. Then lay down nnd Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of You are out nothing if you got n hot go nnd pay up, nnd you can road on nt Ohio, slates that ho had . Uurlington, tho care of two prominent tlo of "C. O. C. Certain Chil Guro" from caso. And don't stop paying because lcon under physicians, and used their treatment un- J. W. Owen, nnd if it does nft!curo your tho 'statuto of limitation, excuses tlie open account which you inado for hi end til ho was not ablo to get around. They Chills nnd Fover. It is guaranteed. and meat. You must pay in cash, .or pronounced his caso to bo Consumption Strange Isn't It. ... God will mako you pay it in firo and and incurable. Ho was persuaded to On a sinking ship tho 'man who onnisiono. uou Knows no sucli excuse try Pr. King's New Discovery for Con fights on homestead exemption.' Wlion yon sumption, Coughs and Colds, and at "doesn't beliovo in that timo was 'not nblo to walk across pretty hard to get possession of n life raise that excuso to keep from paying your debts you can stop singing 'when I tho street without resting. Ho found, preserver. N. Y. Herald. can read my titlo clear. before ho had used half of a dollar botYou've got Can't Sleep Nights nono up tliero." Methodist Advocate. tle, that be was much better; lie conenjoying Is tho complaint of thousands suffering tinued to uso it and is y Do Witt's Little Early Risers novcr good health. If you havo any Throat, from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. gripe or causo nausea. Mild hut suro, Lung or Chest Troublo try it. Wo guar- Did you over try Dr. Ackor's English assist rather than force.. Beet littlo pill antee satisfaction. Trial bottlo frco at Remedy 7 It is tho best preparation known for all Lung troubles, Sold on n for sick hendaqheJ.chronic constipation, W. Shoit's Drugstore. G. positive guarantee at 23c. and 50c, by G. dyspepsia. jldUmG.V. Short. Kinzca Stono, tho. part .owner of tho W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt Jt Don't run through llfo so fast that you Derby winner, "Kingman," refused $2."5, Mcndor, Hardinsburg, Ky. gasp for breath. Speed only hastens tho 000 for the horse, coming nf tho last gasp. liny tho Monarch Shirt. hell"-generallto-da- BROWN'S. CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, Don't uso hitter nnd nauseous mixDOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay RukcB, tures when you can get "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure." Pleasant to take and guarII. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS. anteed to euro Chills nnd Fever. Sold BUGGIES, CARTS, PIIEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, by J. W. Owen. LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, A remedy lies within reach of every SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASH. ono in "C. C. C. Certain Cough sight!" "What! you say that Mr. Smith, tho merchant, has gono blind ! Hero's n pretty how d'yo do. I've got a bill on tho man which is inado "payable at FARM MACHINERY EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, J Ly 1 Ha WHITES PREPARED BY n wS till Nk CREAM VERMIFUGE SHft EVERYWHERE) . MEKCO; STCOUigWCC, HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE CMRANTEED RKHARKON-TAYIOR Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS I STOVES PAINTS 1 ! ! STOVES PAINTS STOVES 1 A careful inspection of Goods and Prices is solicited boforo buying. A CITY LUXURY. Just as the city looks to the country for mdst of the luxuries used on its tables, so the country must turn to the city for (thps? conveng houseiences which are justly termed luxuries for the wife. City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to lengthen life. , hard-workin- HENSLEY & JOLLY, .Farmers' Supply HpiiBe, ILvranNsnuna, Ky. t lfa)l jdtsnm.Sl TltADU ll.M'.K. SE,A.lsriD r ':' G -- - f Hs one of the best known city luxuries and each .time a cake is used an hour is saved. On floors, tables and paTnted work it acts like a charm. For scouring pots, pans and metals it has no equal. IF YOUR STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST UPON HIS DOING SO, as it always gi es satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessAjy article to store. Everything shines after its use, and even the any children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house. well-suppli- WUFQ M aw B(oneMeal raHaarHsaH5sssBrjMTjiswmwMfS7 lfTii aaavcLfasVu.rocl OxH-- y -- . I I I r- - NN r fST GREGORY & CO., Agents, Catarrh j neuralgia, Tboninntism and most disevisefl originato from impure ed witli a cough unless the great remedy blood. Clbaiwo it, purify it with Do "CO! C, Certain Cough Cure" is tnken Witt's Snifsvparillaand health is restored, and tho Cough cured. Sold 17y J. W. htrongth regained, fold by G, r. Short. Owen. 4 THE -- LATK ALEXANDER'S WIMLAM) HOTEL, ..-.- , CLOVERPORT, KY. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Day. Sleep does not always visit those rack- Cor. Teflcrson. Center nnd firnwi Strn .rvnnc:n. wws.n. n.. tt " -, y .. -- i 1XJUI5VJLLE, A. W. Jones, k KY. ' ... vui.h-aiuiio- v, ' T" v J.J. W. E. LOGAN, Manager; Sullivan, J. L.Mai shall, Clerks; . A 4SJ ni.i.ni.iiiminmiiU.