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Keep constantly dfggi'g at them through of this tlie advertising column paper. y VOL XV, IMP rfK ,. ,4. " fe , K u JV nhr w CLOVEKPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1891. Kentucky Alliance, To Tho Southern &j Alliance. l$iiCTiinnf : Now thero is really nothing in the way of tho final triumph of Alliance principles, only ono thing, a name, and all aro heartily tired of it, except tho party bosses and office hold ers. That namo is Dciriocrat. UitKTiiunx : What does a name profifl vftit JUL.f NO. 49. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. & E jffiOQRMAN & I? figgLgg. Come ! Come ! Come ! .. y ZDZRCTO--- S w I hi hU xi "!i J. W. OWEN" .il' -- FOR- BEST LUBRICATING OILS, -. .- : " SPONGES ".-- . " -:- - TOILET ARTICLES. Prescriptions ? ' a -:- - Specialty. ilJIHLUl. WHAT BACOAEAT IS. A'Gaine Like Vingt'ot Tin, But With Moro Combinations. Baccarat, rarely played in America, is the favorito fasluonablo gambling game in England and the continent. It is l J. gambling puro nnd simple, may bo played by any-- number of jilnyera and with I 'any number'of packs pi cards. All bet against tbe'dcaler, 'who banks and deals from a box similar to a cigar box. Tbo This column for face cards each count ton, and the others according to tbo number of their spots. After the bets have been made, the banker deals two cards to each of tbo playore, including hhnsolfr but tlitf otlter layersvinustJVccfclv'6v their 'cariTs beforo tlfo banker is served. Tho aim of tbo players is to make tho numbers nine, Clovorport Maikct of Dccring nineteen, twent or as nearly those Binders and Mowers. as possible, as eight, eighteen and twenty-eight. Any plaver is at liberty either Sulky liny Rakes. to "stand," with tho two-ca- rds first dealt, Coal Cook Stove No. 7, w'th 46" ontd'call fohmoro, ht tho risk of exceedpieces of ware for..$ 1 1 .00. jf"T ing twenty-ninwhen his first stake is or forfeited to tho dealer. If, after tho first s,-. y -- ' distribution of two cards to each, any $7.00, with 40 pieces of ware. player has a "natural' that is, a sum, One Horse Avery Plows $3.50. making nine, or next in value nineteen Gasoline r Stoves, all kiiuls of ho declares it, and tho banker pays all v i who holds superior I .Cook Stoves. f fi hands to his" own, j and claims from thoso holding inferior Mills and Evaporators. Sorgo hamR Tho players stake their money Builders Hardware, Nails, Hinges separately, thero being, in fact, as many Screws, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, separate games as thero are players, and Spades, Post Hole Diggers. the spectators may wager their money Carpenters' Tools of all kinds a on any one of them, all of which must bo accepted by tho banker. Prior to tho specialty. banker making a start, he states tho Guns, Fishing Tackle, full line amount in tho bank for example, 50. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Free- Any ono sitting down at tho table has tho right to call tho whole bank, selectzers, Step Ladders, Bird Cages. ing tho left or tho right on which to Rope, Sewing Machines. pick up tbo cards. If the bank is not Tin and Iron Roofing, Guttering called, then tno banker proceeds to deal to JE23 a side, or as much of it as may be and Spouting put up. "marked" or called tho former meanor" anyRepairing of all kinds ing that tho money is placed on tho thing you may want, you can have table j tho latter, that tho banker has it made by the only Tinner in accepted tho bet without the money or vicinity. being staked. Tho latter course, how-ove- r, is quito tho exception, the ready Prices.made by the leading Hardware and Stove dealer in the city. coin being invariably planked. Previous to tho banker dealing tho cards, it is the duty of two croupiers, ono on tho right and tho other on tho left, to count up the stakes deposited on cither side, and then mako up tho bank. Thus tho banker knows, to tho smallest coin, tho exact amount of his liabilities. Had tho And for less money than any gamo been properly pjayed at Tranby liousoin town. Call and sec Croft, says tho Philadelphia Times, no ono would Imvo stood an earthly rhanco him. of cheating. Notice! o BargainS i vf o, .00 , Clo-verno- rt L. MILIEU'S CLOVERPORT.KY t A pamphlet of Information s. andab- sirociox taa iaw,uuwiuir uow ioj ODtain raienu, carean. xraasA Huts, coprrurau. tni jrt.A . AtlrW MUNN a. VUij s3fll Broadway. new Tf.rK. A Safe Investment. is guaranteed lo bring you satisfactory results, or in caso of failure a return of purchaso prieo. On this safo plan you can buy from our advertised druggists a bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can always bo depended upon. Trial bottles free at G. IV. Short's, Clovorport, Ky., and J. Witt's, Ilardins-burKy. Is ono which g, The Editor's Gentlo Reminder. Wc F$ aOw I .all 1 AtT mVK w.r WJZrZJBT THE bmiv jrmi . Thero i$ a little matter that $01110 of our Sub$crlbor$ have Seemingly forgotten entirely. $omo 0 tlioin havo made U$ many promise!?, but havo uovor kept them. To u$ it i$ a very important matter. It iS ncce$$ary in our business. Wo aro very modeSt and don't liko to Speak about it. IJarncsvillo, (0') Enterprise. "C. C. 0. Certain Chill Curo" is pleasant to tako and harmless. Children liko it. Guaranteed to curo Chills and Fever. Sold by J. W.Owen,' A Paradox. Grandma (severely) "Tho girls of today undor twenty aro older than thoy used to,be in my day." Ethol "Yes; and the girls of y over thirty aro younger than thoy used to be, don't you think ?" Munsoy's Weekly. , to-da- BEST b r -- W XkW IHT CHEAPEST CONSIDERING -- $0 MEDICINE CHILL CURE. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSC LIVER MEDICINE JiNOWW h it vtitju axso avrxan dyspepsia; iliousness, CONBTU'ATIOK. AMD OHBONIO 0. C. MARTIN, Cloverporti OHUOQI8T. NEXT DOOM BELOW POST OFFICS. Ky f!nt4iilnlt. tintlilnrr wWlinnt. YirinniS UVIUIIUIJ ..UV.....,, ,........, OF- pies and zealous actions. HEADQUARTERS FOR DitCTimE.v : Wo don't ask you to give up any principle that you may think is right and just ; but for harmony, peace, success and the good of tho order everyThey will sell you Ginghams for 8 and 9 cts., worth 10 and 12. where j wo do ask you as a band of Calicoes, best Chambrny styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth 6 to 7. brothers to throw tho namo Democratic Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 for the next tc.i to damn nation or anywhero clso and be uays oniy. Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. wortli 10 to 1?. truo Allianco mon in deed and truth. Wo hnvo just received a very largo nnd beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. 1 J yards wide And why not ? A10 you going to keep piinci-pic- s formerly sold for 25 cts. tho Allianeu in confusion, and its WHITE nnd BLACK DRESS GOODS, which we are closing out at Fine Persian Lawns and Mulls 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. in jeopardy for n namo ; and that prices which will astonish you. India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. . ,, namo held by the enemies of tho Allililcnclicu Cotton best brand Hope S cts. wortli 10, anco. . f. bodies' Ulack Corsets lor 7C cts. wnth St. 2c. Our Kcpublican brethren of tho AlliBest Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. wortli ia4 ance North has done so where any sucIn Dress Goods wo aro displaying Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n Gent's Neck Wear from K cts. un. cess was accomplishcd'at nil. Wo there- an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from iq to 7? cts' fore ask you as Allianco men to discard a kjuuca til un pilous. ant' solid Colors at unpreccdcnledly low 35 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also a full lino Auuiua tmit ul-ithe namo Democrat and Republican. All things in proportion for cash for the next ten clays only. Don't of Whito Skirting Goods, ranging in And why not? You can't play both. prices. Call ami sco tho beauties wo nro fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this aucprices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. por yard We have somo members hero who want displaying. including Indigos at 5 cts; tion closes. Wc mean business and will do what we sav. Calicos, to voto tho Democratic ticket, but they Respectfully. per yard. & MEADOR, aro hard stock, such as you will find in nil localities. Tho Allianco was never Main Street, IIARDINSBUIIG, KY. Wo have just received a beautiful lino of intonded to perpetuate either tho Democratic or Republican parties, but corwinreforms in both S'ntc and National Legislation Has the Domocnit and Republican leaders endorsed the Allianco platform ? Which wo aro selling at' prices which astonish evory one who Theso leaders aro tho two parties, no oxamind the lino. legislation can bo had without their conIn GROCERIES we lead in prices, wo are selling them regardless sent, and both radically opposed to tho Allianco principles. These leaders won't of cost. oven prOmiso you free coinage of silver. Call and see our lino, tho most complete ever brought to tho country Whilo a largo majoriry of tho pcoplo in ovcry Bfatois infavor of it. BitCTiiitEX u Wo don't want to hear GLENDEANE, KY., no moro of Alliance Democrats, or Allianco Republicans. Such expressions aro Wo are also ngents for tho Celebrated 'Studebaker" wagons nn' too silly to bo uttered by men of senso. tho "Oliver Chilled" JMow. Moreover, brethren, just 03 long as you Wo sell tho Horse Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by tho kcop up tho Dcmocractic party South, North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade just so long you help to keep up tho of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our price before Republican party North. But as soon buying. Wo will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices as you drop tho old party names and can be found at assumo tho name Allianco in all politiA Success. SOME GLARING INCONSISTEN cal action, all confusion, and your strongCIES. Royal Gcrmctuer is established as a est opposition, including tho race ques Section 104 fixes tho rate which coun- remarkable success. Thousands of testition ccpses. lor then tho great mass of "We carry a largo assortment of Harness of our own manufacture the Republicans and negroes will unite ties cities nnd towns may levy for mu- monials attest its virtue. Many of theso with you in tho Allianco organization, nicipal purposes ; and provides that any aro given by men and women of tho at prices to suit the times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made anu an win 00 Harmonious, prosperous indebtedness created in excess shall bo highest standing in tho most honored from pure Oak Tanned Leather. walks of life. void. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, 67.50, 89.00 and success doubly assured. In tho midst of a flourishing and rap- nnd $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Section KiO provides that when any Saddles, $1.75, Bketuhen : Will you do it ? Remem2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wc carry a line ber this appeal for the success of our county, city or town is nuthoriired to idly increasing business, tho price is reorder, comes from Democratic Kentucky, contract an indebtedness it shall, at tho duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at and by ono formerly a Democrat, but, samo timo bo required to provido for a is done in tho interest of those whoso very low" prices. Wc carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The circumstances in lifo deter them from Cotswoll now an Allianco man in principle, and sinking fund for its redemption. Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainSection 187 provides that the General paying tho higher prico. Tho rich will ing to the trade. Wo have a large line of Collars, Ilames and Chains, in all that tho words imply. I sent our purposes of any county, city, town or buy it at any price, but tho mnnagors Breeching 3.00, order sufficient within itself for all pur3.50, 4.00, 4.50. poses without a foreign namo. It un- other municipal corporation, but may, (eel that a mcuicino winch possesses Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds doubtedly is. I would feel insulted to by general laws, confer to tho proper such wonderful powers should bo placed of repairs and make new work to order. of tho poor. Many bo called a Democrat, or Republican. authorities thereof tho power to assess within tho reach It will pay vou to examine our stock. havo said that Germotucr was tho cheapHere in Kentucky tho Allianco is 150,-00- 0 and collect such taxes. In this section est medicine on tho market. When it is (Strong, and nearly every county has thero is no limitation whatover. Does it mean that in addition to tho remoinbcred that a bottlo of Gcrmctuer Allianco candidates for tho Legislature. The indopendont move was inaugurated fifty cents on tho dollar authorized to bo makes a gallon of medicino ready for( EISSINGIS BECOMING DANGER- Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. is ccrtninly chcapdr than ordibeforo tho Cincinnati conference met, raised by tho county of Jefferson in any use, it OUS. year, tho Legislature may authorizo nary medicino in a bulk, and wbon tho and of course tho policy thero laid down ono Mo., Juno 17. Mrs. Ella St. Joski'u, of tho medicino nro taken into 3STO. is heartily endorsed. And noy wo have' by general laws all of tho counties to powers amounts to almost Churchill complained to tho Board of a full State ticket of Allianco men, head- contract an indebtedness for a public account, tho prico y Police Commissioners that last Taking Effect ed by n noble and worthy farmer, Col. woik which is desired alono by Jcflerbon ? nothing. is tho coming success that night Patrolman Joseph Martin fired at Gcrmctuer Supposo tho county of Jefferson asks Barbour, of Jefferson county, for Gover, M5i00o,clcU,MSnnday,NoT.30,1lB90-has already como. Ask your druggist her daughter's lover whilo ho was in tho nor. Judge GufTy, the Allianco candi- tho General Assembly for authority to act of kissing her daughter. Mrs. Churchfor it, and if ho cannot supply you write Wt$t Bound Traint Eait Bound Trntut date for Stato's Attornoy, has opened tho contract nn indebtedness of $500,000 for to K. M. Coleman, General Roprescnn- - ill avers that her daughter is engaged to 63 w canvass with ono1 of his powerful and tho building of a Court Houso ; as tho Send for book con- tho young man, and if ho wants to kiss Expr's Mull A STATIONS Mall IJxprH Uxpr'a Kxpr' convincing speeches beforo a largo and grant of authority must bo by a general tive, Louisvillo Ky.. taining particulars and history of won- her ho ought to bo allowed to do so. Dally Dally Dally Dally enthusiastic meeting. All tho candi- lawthen every comity in Kentucky Tho policeman claims that ho saw only 0 25pm 8l)5im Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 105 would havo tho right to build a Court derful cures. 0 (fipir. dates aro amongst tho best men in tho 1260 820 in tho dark and thought ho was U4U tho man HMI nKIHUtHV ,31, 720 State Kentucky is going to elect an Houso at tho snmo cost, nnd tax tho 900 West Point 1210.im 81U t. a burglar. From tho 12 07pm 8U 9 03 725 Howard GIVING GARTERS THE GO BY. Allianco Governor, nnd a largo majority pcoplo accordingly. 11 oJjiii 7 45 Hock Hncn 745 920 Tho Legislature may not singlo out 9 27 7 55 7 35 I.onjj llrnnch 1143 of members to tho Legislature Tho 8 01 7 2(1 937 Ilraiult'nliurt; 1131 9 40 Allianco candidate has to defeat a very Jefferson County nnd confer on its au The Coming Fad for the Adoption of 807 Meade bprlngs 1130 722 4 8 14 1121 likron 94l thorities tho right to build n Court nolo, and accomplished Attornoy, but an GllBtOIl 7 07J. 1110 954 822 Tights Jeweled Garter BuckOP House. Tho framcrs of the Constitution 10 03 8 30 1107 Irtlngton 05S old broken down politician, put out by (5 49 8 39 1012 1068 Webster les Made Over. 1061 8 47 1020 I.odlliurg Wall street boshes and railroad magnates, hnvo forbidden that, and while it is not 041 i 86(1 10 27 10 42 030' probablo that every county in tho Stato I'ircc It is reported in high society circles who has been hauling tho pcoplo freo'of 10 3(1 9 02 bLl.ipIc 1030 024 would avail itsolf of tho right conferred that there are almost daily converts to 1044 Stcplicnsport 10 a 910 615 cbargo to his meetings. Of course any 10 49 1021 PHJ 0UJ Addison on Jefferson, tho right and power would tho now mode of dressing, that is tho GOO 1062 1018 919 good farmer can defeat &uch a candidate. Holt 10 03 933 1100 Clotcrport 6 61 bo perfected In nil in supplying tho wearing of tights. is claimed that It Oh what a change for Kentucky. Sho 1114 965 9 40 Shops 5 43 Capital Stock $25,000. 112(1 9 44 962 bkillman 631 can then stand sldo by sido of bleeding wants of ono, nnd where thero is powor thoy tend to dovclop any natural grace1(101 1137 521 llnwislllc 9 32 there is a tendency to exercise it. fulness that a woman may possess nnd JO 08 1144 923 l'etric 512 Kansas, and whilo shaking hands across BEAHD, Prcitdont. D. F. joit 1151 917 Falcon 605 Tho convention has overdone the thing thoy nro cortainly comfortable. When WILL MILLER, tho bloody chasm, great tears of joy will 11 6(1 im J0 17 Caj ce 913 501 M. II, BEAUD, Caihler. JO 23 12 OJnm 9Ui 465 courso tho cheek of all truo lovers of in its attempt to abolish tho "Legislature, first introduced thoy could only bo obJO 41 12 21 8 47 Powers 438 ' which is, as Delcgato Buckuer said in tained in silk ; but now lisle thread and Q. W. BUAHD J065 4 25 1235 1 8 32 Pates liberty and our country. 12 45 - -8 22 4 17 Olrcotora. jlOO Owcnslioro MOUHISKSKIUDOE BitETjinKN ; I need not tell you that his protest against tho radicals,"tho body cotton tights can bo purchased at almost 4 0'. 808 Mattlngly ll8 1259 J B. M. JOLLY. J120 36(1 7 69 107 Stanley ourcauso is just and our oppression expressing tho sovprign will of tho any largo shop. It is sometimes quito J137 117 34U WorthhiL'ton 7 47 ' amusing to watch a woman laying in her Spottsvtlle 137 7 28 331 much greater than that of our fore- pcoplo." INTEHtST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS. J165 Ilaskctts j205pm 141 719 3 23 Special privileges aro to bo condemnfirst suit. Sho doesn't want to bo taken fathers when thoy throw the tea over-hoar- d j2 20am 2 00pm ar.!Icndcrsn lv 7 05am 310pm ed j as for example tho special privilege for a ballet dancer, and invariably has in Bostoirllarbor. & Western R. R. Legsomo reason which sho gives for tho LoufsvI'Ie,Hardf osburg Buetiirex ; Lay off your Dcmoreatic granted to railroads in vesting tho TKq andiRopublican cloak, act holiest with islature with tho power to regulnto taxa- purchaso, which is generally anything caclfothor, and bo truo to Allianco prin- tion as to them whilo denying it to tho rather than that sho intends wenring Taking EffectNo. 5 TIME TABLE. m. San lay LOUISVlLIiK, ICY. at 6.00 o'clock a. people ; but local legislation authorizing them hcrbclf. Tho wenring of theso ciples. Will you do it? September 23, 1890. the building of Court Houses, roads or tights docs away with that ancient and Subicrlptlon Ratei, Dally and Sunday, $10.00 T. S. FltYMIllK, Katt Bound Train a year, Dolly without Sunday, $3.00 a year, other improvements, is not special. useful article, tho garter, which is ono of WeitnounUTmlni Ficstou Ky. Dally Dally Sunday, $5.00 a yoar, Weokly, $1.00 a your. Daily Dally Thero is a glaring inconsistency be- tho arguments used by tho advocates of ex bun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex bun, ex bun ' The Wookly Courior-JournNo. 2 No. 6 No. 5 No.l Dr. Acker's English Pills. tween tho provisions fixing tho rate tights. Only a day or two ago 11 pretty llai the lurgeit circulation or any Democratic I.v Irvlncton At 9 45am 6 45p 6 31)iui Ill Aro nctivo, effectivo nnd puro. For Bick municipalities may lovy, and limiting miss brought into a goldsmith's a pair of 715 460 912 Newepapor In the United States and proposes 1142 420 852 11 Mini llameil to doublo or troblo its already largo circulaheadache, disordered stomach, loss of them to that sum, nnd tho 187th Section jowoled garter buckles, which wore to bo 737 4 IS 8 44 12 05pm Junction 7 45 tion. 400 appctito, bad comploxlon and bilious- which ovidently contemplates a grant mndo over into somo other form of orna12 13 837 Ilarcllnl)iirg 765 3 48 8 2S 12 23 Junction 828 BY GIVING AWAY EACH ness, thoy havo never been equaled, of authority to tho Legislature to authori- ment. 123(1 3 23 815 Kirk 8 52 3 (XI 803 Jolly U47 910 zo tho contracting of indebtedness for AND EVERY DAY to somo ono a iplend'd oithor in America or abroad. For Salo 44 7 220 Glcmlianc 105 0 47 High Arm Sewing Machine or a Ilandiorao Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers nover 10 IS 729 146 llockvnlc 120 byG. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and any purpose And out of tho inconsistency Gold AVatch, AUSOLUTELY FHKE. 7 20 129 Uuth Full 102) 120 and tho insane attompt to provido for gripo or cnuso nausea. Mild but sure, 1041 Wilfifc Mcador,.IIardinsburg; Ky, 1248 712 1S1 l. particular! In Weekly Akln Sample 667 1224 Oak 148 copy free. Seud for ono. tho needs of localities by laws applicable assist ratlior than force. Best littlo pill 1101 lljOgm; 200nin Arl'oriUvillc Lv 0 45am L12p0m A'Eeward of Merit. Addreii, W. N. IIALDEMAN, to tho entire stato confusion nnd un- for sick hcadacho, chronic constipation, Prcildcnt Courier-JournCompany, necessary expenso to tho public must dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. Bank Teller Will you tako it as LINE, THE LOUISVILLE & ST, L0IB1II Locisvillk, Kr madam, if I offer you thoso como. Covington Commonwealth. (L.E. AST. L. R. K.) fow roses ? Walter Miller, of MUMloton, Conn., A Hint to Young Farmers. Miss Caramclla strange Iwitst that ho has Golddust I don't makes tho SHORTEST, QUICKEST In nn interesting paper on technical okinncd more bkuuks this winter than know you, sir." AMD BEST LINE TO Headquarters for any politician in the Nutmeg stato. So Bank Tollor I am nwaro of that; but education in agriculture, reprinted from Bkins. Mr. far his record U lorly-fiv- o you aro tho only woman in tho history tho journal of tho Royal Agricultural AND ALL POINTS Miller states that the only drawback to of this bank who over endorsed a check Society, Dr. W. Fream says : "Thoso intho business ia that ho is compelled to South-Wes- t. terested in tho welfare of any young ag- livo practically by hiuibOlf. on tho right end. Boston Herald. Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich riculturist should tako caro that in his "0. C, 0. Certain Chill Curo" holds no school days tho study of mathematics is icon Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Time-Caiis Effect Dee, 16, 1888, Purifies tho blood, increases tho circumiddlo rank, but is at tho front, it is not ignored. TIib timo devoted to acby tbe Barrel, Plaster Hair, LouliTllle 8:45 o.in...:00 p.tn...4:10 p.m. Lr. pleasant to tako'ntul guaranteed to euro quiring proflcloncy in arithmetic, geome- lation, expels poisonous humors and Arr St. Louli 7:45 " ...7:35 & 9:60 p.m. KTanirllla 2:25 ' by J. W. Owen. try, moasuration, and tho elements of builds up tho system. Whnt moro do you Chills nnd Fevor.-S- old want a medicino to porform ? Do Witt's For further Information, call on or addren, Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring algebra and trigonometry tho latter Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G. W. A Wind negro and his wlfo frorn JOS. S. ODIORNE, Orders ac kept on hand. Cnl wore in this city Saturday really indispensable in tho caso of surden'l Pan. Ag't, Loautllle, Ky. Short. compared by cash promptbegging for money to tako them to their veyingwill never bo regretted," From L. BRYANT. B. ly filled. TrT. Pasig'r Ag't, LouliTllle, Ky. Tho pay train passed down Saturday. hoiitc in Pittsburg. Nature. GLENDEANE, KY. s LAUGHTERED P RICES! FOR THE NEXT TRN DAYS. WITT MEADOR, To the great Feast of Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. DRESS GOODS. h WITT to'ac-compli- Spring Clothin; MOOKMAN & BEELER, 35 0 xn c3 Bo MAMJttlWW o 23C.3iv:BIL,S,TOT17. TIME SCHEDULE Globe-Democra- BANK HAEOTSBUEG !. 1 Courier Journal '4 al 1111 HOW ? Courier-Journa- GREGORY & CO., St. Louis, Evansville West and Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles Pine vs A 7m imuniiwiiiiiiHinniMM ".' MiMHiaMMlaiifNIM Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY JNO. D. & 1, 1891. . VIUOII. G. UAIU1AGK, Editors and Proprietor. candidates that it,is only a few moro weeks 'tiMho voters of the state, will riso up and liberate them tfrom tho unpleasant dilemma nndjonvts thcpi to rolled on (ho uncertainties of earthy existence. HAHD!NSBURGOEPARTMENL V. a.KAlluACiR i ie - -- . Editor L, H. & W. TIME TABLE OOIXO WIST. t &m : !f L L A ( t. &'' &': i ' I' I t ' Oi'T near Garfield, in this county, a OOINQ KART. largo asphalt mino has been opened. Passenger Dully arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.tn 10.05 n.m. Mat! and Express going East now soino fifty or moro men Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. Thero arc " 3:5J p.m. , -- 11.07 a.m. West 5.58 p.m. engaged in mining and hauling this Express " East U 9 2T p.m. product io tho railroad, a distnnco of two West Dr. Ren. Harncd wasin the city last 11.19 a.m. " East Local Freight mileB.'- " West -- 10.05 a.m. and one-ha- mines BhouldSuppose tho owners Monday. conclude to build of these Mr. Frank I las well went to Fordsville a branch road ior tho ntirnoso of taorc Saturday. DRMOCKATXC TIOKKT. readily quickly marketing their Born to tho wifo'of MK Henry Harncd Governor - John Younjr Ilrown product. and Could they do it if tho now I.leuH (loveriior Mitchell C. AlCorU Juno 25 a girl. Allornti)-noucrn- l W. J. Ilendrlck Constitution is adopted ? Certainly hot. Mrs. Ely returned to her homo in St. li. O. Norman That instrument expressly says, that Auditor II. S. Halo owners and operators of mines, nro ex- Louis last Friday. Treasurer lleRUIer Land Office G II. Swqiiko pressly forbidden from building or Miss Rlancho Jolly, Bewleyvillc, is IMib. limtr'n 8ut.Court of App'la K. P. Thompson operating a railroaJ. visiting hero this week. Abrniu Addauia Cl'k . II. Sever For Iteprcicntntivo Do the pooplq around Garfield, or in Miss Lula Ashcmft, of Meado county, any section of this" county, want a Con- is visiting Mrs. J. A. Witt. Tin: hot weather and tho Georgia stitution that directly antagonizes the crop both got in on time this Mr. Tom. Petric, of Nashville, is in tho mineral resources. dovclopcment year. city visiting his parents. Tho city council will meet in regular Exi'BRiNCK teaches that tho man who Durjxn tho absence of Gov. Buckner, in session next Tuesday night. wants to go to represent his people in tho cist, Lieut. Gov. Bryan is acting Mias Lizzie Smith wont to Louisville tho Legislature, must first bIiow his abilGovernor. ity to servo them and his capacity to pass Sunday to bo absent several days. supMr. J. 1). Reeler had an iron fence put Wiieke was Capt. Mercer when tho judgement upon public questions, ported by a little common sense. All in front of his residenco last week. People's Party campaign opened up at this parade about Wheelerism, and all Frankfort last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monarch attended the other ism's afloat is calculated to do the picnic at McDanicls last Saturday. water-spout- s Ci.oui-burstand heavy nothing but confuse the public mind. A The contract lias been let to plaster rain falls liavo caused great distraction discussion of tho National banks and City Hall and complete tho building may bo well enough in their the of proi)erty in the Western States. finally. places, but they aro questions altogether Mr. Charley Mattingly returns to foreign to the averago Legislative acumen. Texas are said to bo the The crop3 in to enter the revenue What the people want to hear is what a Owensboro best in ma.ny years. Corn is already proposes to do at Frankfort on service. man made and will yield forty to sixty bushcounty and state matters. A. A. Norris has qualified as adminisThis latter is els per acre. tho lino of argument pursued by Mr. trator of the estate of Jeffei'son .Tenning's Say, liavo you read tho new Constitu-tson- ? Severs, and from reports it is gaining deceased. Dr. J. C. Sutton went to Loulsvillo If ho says yes ho is sure to bo ground for. him and will put him in the last Sunday being, his first trip to tho against it. It's tho man that hasn't read Legislature by a majority of :$00. cjty in about twenty years. it almost invariably that is for it, or on "Fon thirty years tho ' Democratic fie fence. Prof. ShackleU went to McDaniels Inst party has never had the power'to pass a Saturday, where he delivered a speech A itKD hot Legislative race is on down law or to repeal a law. Every statuto in support of tho new Constitution. by the in Daviess county. Tho Wheelers are upon tho books is thero Hon. Frank P. Straus will speak at trying to run in their candidate thero, direct enactment of tho Republican the court house the 3rd Monday in July, but the Democrats are organizing in party or by its bufTragc. For all the in favor of tho now Constitution. legislation for tho last thirty" years our every precinct and working manfully. An effort will bo mado to get Hon. W. party is not responsible ; but it has stood T. Ellis, of Rkouoanik Democratic clubs in every through defeat, through war, through Domocratic Owensboro, to make n few speeches in this county. precinct in the county. The advise of pestilence, w ith a face like a flint against Mr. Newt Petrlo returned homo last all usurpation, against unjust taxation, of tho State Central Comtho Chairman mittee to tho party on this subject is against tho centralization of power, Monday from Clovorport where he has very important and should bo implicitc-l- y against tho creation of monopolies, and been employed in the railroad office. the day of delivernnco for us nil, whether Preparations aro being mado to enterfollowed. wo live in the city or in tho country, tain a largo.crowd hero next Saturday. A wholesale denunciation of the two whether wo bo lawyer or farmers, no Excursion rates are given on tho railold parties constitutes about all of Dr. matter ol what vocation, will never come road. linn's stock in trade from the stump, and and never will tho handcuff bo stricken Hill Vessels is "square agin" tho new when he is expecting his support from from our hands until tho triumph of the Constitution, but ho hasn't much comDemocratic party." John Young pany on that sitlo of o io or both of them his position is a litthe question in this Brown's speech of tle untenable. town. Mr. John R. Galloway, of MeDaniols This is certainly an ago in which Jin. Loo.Ns C. MuniUY lias resigned "check" is tho oillce seekers stock in precinct, wns granted licenso in the the Presidency of tho United States of the County Court to soleinnizo tho rites of 'National Rank, New York. Mr. Murray's trade. Not long since the people south were treated to flattering speech- matrimony in this state. future plans are not known, but it is from Harrison and his cohorts who Rom to tho wife of Mr. Win. Ilendrlck conjectured that he has large business es had tried to fasten tho fetters of the a girl. Dr. Raker, tho attending physiplans in view. iniquitous Force Rill upon them ; condi-dat- e cian, says the infant had four well develis endeavoring to capture It is the opinion of Hon. John G. votes Woodvariety of principles that he oped jaw teeth. on a Less discilssion of tho now ConstituCarlisle that tho Democratic party can himself doesn't understand; nnd our tion nnd moro rcferenco to our political elect any good capable man whom they own "Rrother Ren" denouncing nil affairs would bo much better for the may nominate for President in 02, and political parties with bitter protests, asks party in this county just at this time. that it is not worth while to wrangle over them for their support. The idea is uni who ho will be. Tho Rently Rro's., of Louisville, will quo to say tho least, but tho intelligent bo here July 14, nnd gi'vo an entertainvoter will sec the point without exMit. Add. Fkymihe, a prominent citi- ment in tho City Hall. They aro supplanation. A heavy charge fired into y'y.Qn and farmer, died suddenly at his ported by an excellent company. the bushes to bring down all the game home near Union Star, last Thursday Tho county Judge has ordered n poll is apt to get nothing. is an inThero night, aged 70. Ho was tho father-in-lajunction that says when thine enemy to bo opened in the county elections, in of Mr. D. II. Severe, candidate for has taken thy" coat give him thy cloak August, for tho election of a county surRepresentative. also, but it is doubtful if tho dear voters veyor and coroner, both offices being vacant. will consider it applicable in jwlitics. Hon. Frank P. Straus will speak at Lid Comer, son, Mr. Cal Comer, ConIlardiusburg in favor of the new ConstiMit. Roiieiit E. Woods, our Washingstantino, wns drowned last week in tution on tho third Monday in July. In ton correspondent, is badly "off." We Rough creek near Walker's mill. In this city Tuesday, July 21st, and at still assert that, had the new Constitu-tic- n trying to rescue Coiner another man Union Star, Wednesday, July 22. Mr. been enforced, we never would have whoso name wo did not learn was also Straus is a member of the Convention had tho L., St. L. & T. railroad. Mr. drowned. from Rullitt county. McCracken nor any other capitalist Tho 4th of July oration next Saturday would have touched it. Such a provision will bo mado by Mr. Denny n Republin as is found in tlie 201st section docs not has The Courier-Journcan orator from Lexington. He is said from the discussion of tho merits or de- exist in tho old Constitution, and forever to bo one of tho best speakers in tho merits of the new Constitution and will prevents capitalists from undertaking Rluo Grass section. The henceforth duvoto its space to politics similar interpriscs in tho State. Mr. Coleman I las well and Jesse Whit-wortpuro and simple. That's all right, but section referred to reads as follows, viz who had control of t)io excursion "No corporation shall issue stock or: it doesn't follow that tho new instrutrain to Louisville last Sunday, made a 38? ment will bo adopted by any means. bands except for an equivalent in monoy good hit. They run a littlo uhead notpaid or labor dono, or property actually Tljo people havn't had their say yet. received and applied to tho purposes for withstanding tho big prico they hnd to pay for the cars. Tho crowd enjoyed It is tho opinion of Mr. G. P. Jolly which such corporation was created, and tho trip. neither labor nor property shall be that I). II. Severs will bo defeated in Prof. Shacklett's session of tho normal received in payment of stock or bonds at August. Just here wo remark that if a greater value than tho market prico at school will close this week. Tho term Mr. Jolly's predictions in this race turn has been an interesting and profitablo out no better than they did when Mr. the time said labor was done or property one, to tho forty pupils who havo been " delivered. Severs beat him in the race for shcrifl, This section means that every mortgage in attendance. All of them havo laborthey will not amount to much. bond and every share of stock shall be ed hard to bo ablo to pass a crcdiblo exsold at par. No market can bo found on amination, and to secure first grade Says a Washington correspondent, earth in which to sell tho bonds nnd ceriflcntcs at tho teachers examination. .'there has been paid since July, 1st 1801, stock of a contemplated railroad at par, Discussion of the new Constitution has 'to survivors of the war of the Rebellion, and shuts down all future efforts to build boon going on nt a big rate in and about tho war of 1812, tho Mexican war and railroads in Kentucky. tho court houso for tho last ten days. tho war of the Revolution, or their widCounty politics nnd all other public quesows and children, an aggregatejof The era of development nnd progress tions were for a timo lain in tho shade, has just fairly begun in this city and in and the Constitution was tho sole topic fact nil over tho county. Cnn wo as citi- of conversation. When John Young The various rumors afloat in rigard to zens afford to voto for an instrument that Brown's position on tho subject reached tho majority that Harncd will get, show expressly says : hero and tho Courier Journal's back The Gvner.il Assembly kli.ill not piss loc.il or down their origin and authenticity by their Irom tho fight, most everybody make-uThey aro all given in a gen- specl.il acta concerning nny or the following sub conceded thnt further debate was unjects, or for any of the following purpose, eral way nnd relate to no special oint namely i necessary. It would carry in tho Stato or section. When traced down specificTo grant a charter to an) corporation, or to by big odds. amend the charter of any cxUting corporation, ally they aro found to bo utterly groundTho Fourth of July which comes next to license companic or persons to own or operate less. firries, bridges, ro.idior turnpikes; to declare Saturday, and which will bo a great day streams navigable, or to authorize the construcfor public orations generally reminds mo Joii.v J. Ixa.u.LH, kicked out of politics tion of hooiues or dams therein, or to remote ob- of n celebrated sjcech that my friend in Kansas, sends this message to his structions thenfrom tncfTict toll gates, or to Judgo Mcreer failed to get off on tho 4th, ugulate tolls; to regulate fencing or the runRepublican brethren. " Republicanism ning ut large of several years ago. In starting out tho stock. of tho future must l cad just itself to tho In tho matter of turnpike-roadwo Judgo missed tho adoption of tho Declachanged conditions of American lifo or aro sure there is no county in tho Stato ration of Independence in this county it will perish." Just so, but tho Demo- that is worso oil" than wo. It is our fond- just ono hundred and two years. On cratic party which is gaining favor, over est hopo to be able at some future day to such occasslons 1U was presumed that a nil this laud, will not give Republicanism interest capital in this our most importfellow should bo a littlo accurate in his time in which to adjust itself, but like ant sourco of dovelopenicnt and growth. statements and when tho Judgo began brother Ingalls sho'l bo kicked out and Wo can't hopo for individual capital to to tell his auditors that "just two hunddone up in '02. y build them, nor can wo expect tho red and two years ago etc., county to help us. So how nro these tho Declaration of Indcpondcnco wn? deTiieiie has never been in Kentucky's roads to bo buiR, unless sqiho Bjwcinl clared." Somo fellow in front of him interrupted him and said, Olt I hell, Judgo history n ticket so hopelessly bewildered legislation is granted for that purpose. It not only affects tho building of turnpik- you've missed tho signing of tiint docupresent Republican state ticket. as tho but every other Interest in ment just ono hundred nnd two years. Every man with a platform a piece of e-roads, mosaic, hedged in by thoughtless nnd which combined capital is required to This blunder completely knocked nil tho unguarded assertions, anxious to carry developc. Tho material dovclopcment Fourth of July oration out of tho Judgo tho labor votes and thoso for and against of our section is yet in its infancy, tho for that day, and ho hasn't tried it siuco. tho constitution, that ticket iinds itself work hits only just begun nnd to saddle It's u mighty good joke, they run on tho in n muddlo from which it can never bo upon us a Constitution that will forever Judgo whenever Fourth of July speeches j are alluded to. extricated, ,'fho only consolation io tho crush us is outrageous. I.., St. I., tc T. I.ocnl Time Card. Passenger Dally arr. IIrJlniburg12:5 p m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr.( 7:18 n. in. ". lf wnt-cnncl- ir to-da- y to-da- w al with-draw- h, $1,284,-710,00- 0. p. s, to-da- Tho Other Side of the Question. EniTonoKTiiK News. Tho opposition of the Nf.whMo tho now Constitution was altogether unknown to mo when I wrote my letter nppcaring in the issue of Juno 17, and I was no little surprised to find my somewhat general references to it tho subject of a fow remarks from "yq editor." I can but commend tho pleasant nnd friendly spirit in which you nltempt to controvert the position there taken, nnd trust you w ill uccord mo an apiwrtunlty for a brief reply. Tho previous letter alluded to the now instrument only in most general terms. In support of your position with reference to your supposed backslidden friend whom you regret to see "drifting into, tho old ruts." You cite as a possibloj illustration of tho rclatlvo results toBoj obtained Under the now and tho old Constitutions, our own town witli its present conditions of development. Allow mo to quoto your languago : "And no moro striking instanco of ita disadvantages to tho progress and develop ment of a town or county can bo given than right here in our own town. Under tho now instrument wo could not havo secured our machine shops or our brick plant. These enterprises thnt aro so valuable to our town nnd its present prosperity havo been made possible by the coming of tho railroad. Tho brick plant especially was brought about and its establishment here is duo almost entirely to the McCrackcns, who aro tho owners nnd operators of tho railioad. Under the new Constitution they would bo prohibited from investing their money in any local enterprises." Your disjunctivly stated reason that if "not drifting into tho old ruts," as above stated, I am "not fully posted on the merits of tho now Constitution," may bo true. With but littlo experienco in tho interpretation of such instruments and most meager opportunities for critical study, no one more fully feels his weakness than I. Rut I must confess with all duo re spect to tho superior ago nnd legal qualifications of the editors of tho News, by no possible system of inquisitorial torture can see how Biich n construction can bo wrong from tho instrument ns that contained in the languago quoted. I am quite ready to admit that most certainly without tho railroad wo should have had no machine shops and most probably we should have had no "brick plant." Tho inachino shops nro an essential portion of tho railroad equipment. Clovorport nor Hnwesvillo nor Henderson nor any other town could havo had them without tho railroad. Is Let us begin with tho railroad. there anything undersuch a Constitution as that proposed to prevent tho building of railroads any where that thoy would bo built under tho present ono ? There are somo provisions concerning local aid to railroads by taxation. Rut was tho L., St. L. & T. R. R. aided ono cent by taxation in its building ? If so, I never was aware of it Tho probabilities aro that tho road as it is now built, owned and operated would havo not been materially different from its present status had it been conceived nnd completed under such nn instrument as the one now proposed instead of the ono under which it now is operated. Having the road, wo wanted tho shops. How ? Ry paying for Wo got them. them. It would bo most absurd to suppose that by adopting tho new' Constitution, municipal corporations, such ns towns, cities and counties can no longer vote a tax on themselves for any such Tho new instrument after purposes. dividing the municipalities of tho stato into six classes, does place a limit to the tax voto of tho various classes ; but from tho infoimation I havo Clovorport did not exceed this limit when she nhnost unanimously voted to issue tho $20,000 of bonds to secure tho location of the shops. Tho great point of departure between tho old and tho now in all matters affecting local interests, is in tho manner of legislating. Instead of sjiecial acts for each community, let thero bo n general law complying with tho provisions of which each community may still regulate its own mntters consistent with tho peculiar circumstances affecting it so far restrained by a general state law as to uviko something of a uniformity of powers exercised by communities of like grado throughout tho Commonwealth. Of course were it my opinion thnt the so long right of local raco and cherished by the Anglo-Saxo- n by none more than our state, were by this instrument impaired or destroyed, I should oppose it. I do not so read it. It seems only to give it moro complete mastery. Now, as to your assertion that the Messrs. McCracken could not havo invested any of their money in local enterprises. Indorsing, ns I most henrtily do, nil that you say concerning their public spirit nnd energy, citizens of Clovorport would in consideration of what they felt duo to theso gentlemen probably naturally opposo such a provision. They should do so, were such a result likely. But fortunntoly for Clovorport and all other towns similarly situated j fortunntoly for tho Messrs. McCracken and all other gentlemen who aro lucky enough to have monoy nnd to know how to use it ; fortunately for tho good namo of tho Convention (all of whom I trust arc sano) no Mich limitation exists there. You havo derived your erroneous opinions from theso two sections : Sec. 200. No corporation shall engago in business other than that expressly authorized by its charter, or tho law under which it may liavo been or hercaftor may be organized, nor shall it hold any real estate, except such as may bo proper and necessary for carrying on its legitlmato business, for n longer period than flvo years, undei a penalty of escheat. Sec. 218. No corporation engaged in tho businc&i of n common carrier shall directly or indirectly, own.iqnnngo, oper- ato or engago in any other business than that of a common carrier, or hold, own, leaso or acquire, directly or indirectly, mines, factories, timber or land, except Biich nS shall bo necessary to carry on ita business; and tho General Assembly shall enact laws to glvo effect to the provisions ol Ibis section. Neither of these sections places nny restrictions on the McCrnckens from investing any amount of funds in any or all tho local industries Glovcrport might over bo fortunate enough to have. They say ijno corporation shall engage, etc." Butjtiicro is no possiblo construction by wljjcji if this Constitution were in effect theso gentlemen or nny others owning any stock in the L., St. L. & T. R. R. would bo prohibited from investing in as many enterprises ns their fancy and Thoy bank account would suggest. nmiinnt Mm T. St. T.. fc T. R. R. vaaw ' 1IVUSU VlMW as a corporation from making brick, or running n planing machine, or operating n naiiK, or engaging in uuiei uunmtm. Rut docs this reach your caso V If I nm not mistaken, for weeks there stood in your paper a notice of incorporation of tho "Clovorport Brick and Manufacturing Company," tho incorporators of which were C. W. Moorman, W. II. Bowmor, J. K. McCracken nnd others. It is my impression that it is this Company nnd not tho R. R. Company that is making tho brick and succeeding so well. If my information is correct as to tho organization nnd operation of this valuable enterprise, Mr. McCracken would under the now Constitution bo equally eligible as a member of this corporation with Mr. Rowmer. Sec. 200 would just as effect ually prevent Mr. Bowiner as President of tho Breckenndgo Rank from investing in any other enterprise as it would Mr. McCracken ns President of tho railroad. Rut it would provent neither. Your niiBConeoptiqn is ovidently of these two sections, and in n most friendly spirit I commend them to your careful that distinction study remembering which you knowis well ns I exists between a corporation as such and the individual members thereof. I trust I have not consumed moro space than you can well spare mo. Joining you in heartiest good wishes for the peace, happiness and prosperity of your town nnd stato under whatever Constitution the peoplo want, I am, ns ever, Your friend, Rout. E. Woods. Washington, Juno 21, 1801. ww a:, EJ -- t A Proposition-- " If." c If you need a new a it :V - i 1. Hat, ' Cap, u u ,( (( (( tmm GO TO 1 Trunk, 'k,?X" '' Valise, Coat, i ;mn mrr u . Vest, THE e ESTABLISHMENT t-- 'i l ' f T ' OF-- : S'i-J-- ' S "' tuvmp3$ j jw ..'. f - H . ? T Serious Accidents. VEST'S. Dry Goodsi Geo.Yeakel&Co. BFtANDENBURG, KY. Are just receiving a great many of tlio very best in Dry Quods, Dress Goods, Notions, &e. More new stylos, handsome selestlons. choice novelties than ever before. Wa will gratify your ambition to buy cheap, and givo extra good qualities In the bargain. DRESS GOODS. 36 In. alt Wool Dress Goods, worth 40o (u) 21o 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth fijo 85e & pes new all Wool Ulk. Henrietta, worth C5o 49o 4 pes now, all Wool Blk. Henrlelte, worth 75o 60o. Nlco Dimble width 131k. Dress floods at 15, 18, 20 and 2.o, worth twice the money. In fact we are Headquarters on all kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings. r Last Thursday while John Wright, of Fordsvillo, was at work at a dresser run by R. II. Hitt nt Jones' Station, two miles from Fordsville, his loft arm was caught in a saw which entered his arm near the elbow and touched tho bono nnd then cut a gash down seven inches in length. His wound is a very serious one, on account of tho warm weather. Joe Jones, of Rockvnlc, met with n' serious accident last week. Whilo cut ting a piece of meat his knifo slipped BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT. nnd entered his right leg above the knee. ") It penetrated to tho bone. Ho is con- John Poole On Petition. nnd fined to his room on account of it. J Mantlo Puole, bis wife No. 1738. Owensboro Messenger. Notice Is hereby given that the above nimed ' i ' ?3 Fourth of July Excursion Bates. The L., St. L & T. R. R. will, sell excursion tickets to nil stations at ono fare for round trip on July a nnd 4, good to return until July 0. Great preparations havo been made for a great celebration at Hardinsburg on July 4. Hon. W. C. P. Rreckenridgo nnd n number of other noted speakers will bo present to deliver addresses. There will bo n balloon ascension, band tournament and a grand display of fireworks. UNION STAR. Special trains will leave Hardinsburg d at 7 p. m., arriving at Irving-to- n Master Jonnic Gardner is visiting his in timo to connect with tho L,, St. aunt nt Victoria. d L. & T. train for all stations Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Vaughn spent Irvington between and Henderson. Sunday with Mrs. Dr. Milncr. Another special train will lenvo HardinsMrs. Snrah Rruncr attended church at burg at 0:S0 p. m., for Fordsville, stopRoberts' school house Thursday. ping nt all points to let off passengers. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Helm were tho A Lucky Woman. guests of Mrs. R. G. Rickctts Sunday. Decatuii, 111., Dec. 1, 1890. Mr. Hugh Ackcrman, of Rome, Ind., Mrs. Sarah C. Dodge, of this city, has was a guest at Mr. J. Hayno's Sunday. fallen heir to SoOO.OOO loft by her grandfather, the lato Joseph C. Hodson, of Misses Minnie nnd Jessie Hoylo visited London, England. Sho forwarded proof Miss Rlancho Frymire, nt Preston, Friui tier reiuiiuuHiiip iu uer lawyers, anu day. will receive her inheritance Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1890. Mrs. Ellen Helm, of Irvington, was the Wo nro Mrs. Dodge's lawyers, and by guest of Mrs, R. S. Richardson last Sunhdr seeing our advertisement, became day. tho agents of her good fortune. If your Tho infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. ancestors cumo from tho old country, W. R.i8hnin, of Sample, was buried hero writo us and incloso $1 for our list of Monday, tho 22nd. heirs. Thero nro moro than half a bil Mrs. Marion Raker, who has been lion dollars iu Great Rritian nnd Ger quite ill for several days, we are sorry to many, unclaimed, which rightly belong stato is not improving. to people in tho United States. Miss Pink Rickctts left Thursday for BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRY OFFICE, an extended visit to relatives in Louis1G1 and 1G0 Randolph St, Chicago, 111., U. S. A. ville and Klizabethtown. Mrs. Sam. Caslunan and family, of New Albany, Ind., aro spending several weeks at Mr. Joseph Cashman's. Rev. R. W. Brow dor, P. E., of was entertained by Mrs. D. S. Richardson Tuesday and Wednesday. It la that Impurity In tho blood, which, acMiss Jennie Raker returned homo Satcumulating In tho glands of tho neck, produces unsightly lumps or swellings; which urday, after spending several months in causes painful running sores on tho arms, Now Albany, Ind., accompanied by Miss legs, or feet; which develojies ulcers in tho Allbtock. eyes, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or east-bounwest-bounto-da- John Poole and Mantle Poole, bis wife, bave this day filed in my office tbelr Joint petition In equity, praying that the said court do empower the aforesaid Mantle l'oolo to use, sell and convey fur her own use and bono-fi- t, any property she may own or acquire, reo from the cUimi or debts of her husband, the laid John I'oole; to make contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to trade In horown name, and dispose of her own property by will or deed, and in all respects to act as a fkiik soli. Notice thereof Is hereby ordered for publication In the Ubkckkxhidqk Nuts. Given under my hanl as Clerk of the said Court, this 19th dny of June 1891. H. S. Skilluax, Clerk. y, rs- VCi d-- f, WASH GOODS. Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domeitio Styles tho latest and prices the lowest. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. Extra quality Lad. Hose, regular made worth 25e HIk. Hose, worth 10o 25c Hose, fast black 8c pr pair Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 3&o 20, 25c Ladies' Lisle Hose, black, at 48o iior pair. ' 'l 11. Corset, all sites, at 25c. II. G. 0. Corset, all sizes, at 48e. Extra quality Lad. Extra quality Lad. l!!o. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4o for choice Hemstltobed Handerchlefs. 6o for Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. 8e for Gent's Ueuistltcbed Handkerchiefs, bordered. Fine Embroidered Handkerchief, Luce and Bilk Handkerchiefs a large assortment. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79c. lOo for all Linen Large Towels. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. 98o for our Nellie Dly, Sewed Shoes, in Button and Front lace, all sites. We bare a large and well assorted stock of Low Shoes in Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ao. DOMESTICS. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cunnelton Brown 7o. . ,V Cut-to- n, SCROFULA Eliza-bcthtow- n, $1.00 for 20 yds. $1.00 for 20 yds. $1.00 fur U yds. $1.00 for 20 yds. Oood Good Bleach Cotton. Host Bleached Cuttnn, Best Wool finish Dark CLOTHING. t Ohcok Cotton. '. Ctcos .3 ""!? OK deafness; which Is tho origin ut pimples, cancerous growths, or tho many other manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening ujhhi tho lungs, causes consumption and death. Uclng tho most ancient, It Is tho most general ot all dlsoascs or affections, lor very lew persons arc entirely frco, from It. Misses Sara E. and Lena Richardson attended quarterly meeting iu Roberts' Bottom Wednesday, and wero tho guests otMrs. II. S. English. Wo regret to stato tho sudden death of Mr. Adam Frymire j which occurcd at his homo near Union Star on tho morning of tho 20th, nt 1:30 o'clock. Mr. Frymiro wns enjoying unusually good health, and his death was quite a shock to his family and many friends. Tho interment took plnco Saturday morning at Rruner's cemetery, near Preston. Tho boreaved family havo tho heart felt sympathy of tho entire community. Our Stock of Clothing comprises the very best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Men, Sack, Straight Frock, Four Button Cutai way, Prince Albert, In all the latest Fabrlns. For Boys', Youths and Children, wo have anything you want, from the lowest to best' high grade goods. Geo.Yeakel&Co., BRANDENBURG, KY HZn CURED )y taking Hood's Barsaparllla, which, by Summer Excursion Bates to Clover-po- rt tho remarkable cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines hat a failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar tncdlclno for this disease. Somo of these cures aro really wonderful. It you suffer from scrofula, bo suro to try Hood's Sarsapirllla. "Every spring my wife and children have been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them In various places. My littlo boy, three years old, has been a tcrrlblo sufferer. Last sprlnghe was ono mass of sores from head to feet. I was advised to use Hood's Barsaparllla, and we havo all token it. Tho result Is that all havo been cured ot tho scrofula, my littlo boy being entirely- - free from sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy." W. B. Atoehtox , Passaic City, N. J. SoldbyilldrugglsU. Slisliforfi. J'reparedonlj IT O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothcrles, Lowell, Mut For Tar Spring. Hood's Sarsaparilla IOO Dosos One Dollar Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, nnd continuing until close of August tho J,. St. L. A T. railroad will soil tickets in Cloverport at ono faro for tho round trip. nccount lar bpnngs, for tho afternoon trains on Saturdays and mornim? trnina on Sundays only, good to return on Sun- Notice. tiny evening train. S. A. Wikki., Parties visiting tho Tar Springs, who G. P. A, nro not guests, will bo charged 25cts. fco for tho use of tho water admission FOrt TIIK 1ILOOD, and grounds. I cannot pflbrd to keep tho nTuT,".v."irura "omna' mw Walton and grounds clean and allow persons who mhown's inoN aro not guests tho privileges of tho UUTf 1ul?Ur. For salehitters: by all tlealers In medicine. Get tho rcuuIuo. . grounds without compensation. Respectfully, Buy tho Monarch Shirt, G. W. Joiidan. Juno 23, 1801, Jj ?:i ' x ; :' VWpajslBbiju, wGmmmmmmmmm ? iiwinwywwiimiii mnl mm -. i , 1 ; 'PERSONAL5. , ffiSs ONB ENJOYS Both tlio method and results 'when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyct promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tera effectually, diupcls colds, headaches and fovors nud euros habitual constipation. Svrun cr "''gs is tho only remedy of its kino, ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Fift for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rclial.lo drugi'fet who may not havo it on hand w ill procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. yj BRANDENBURG. ' H O j SAN FRANCISC ). CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW YORK, H.Y. J. EL Clayton, Physician Surgeon, Dr. 111 OJice Dr. White's old stand up tfairt. S GLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician & Surgeon, Office Next door to Urcckcnridgo )Bank. Clovcrport, Ky. Brec-kenridg- e News. JULY 1, 1891. ' WEDNESDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. l- - ,7. New Hay is selling from wagons at 40 cents per 100 pounds. For Rent a part of my huuso occupied by Mr. Barry, possession givonJnly 20. II. tCl'iEuctr.' f Hon. John S. Rhea and Hon. Chas. Blanford both havo appointments to to speak .at Brandenburg next Monday. "Sir, J. K. McCrackcn accompanied by his two daughters, Misses Maud and Bessie, were in tho city yesterday the guests of tho English Hotel. That tired feeling now bo often heard of, is entirely ovcrcomo by Hood's which gives mental and bodily . Strength. The steamer Judollo brought an excursion of young folks up from Hawes-vill- o Monday night and remained hero long enough to let them tako n good look, at our town. Rev. J. T. Jacobs, of Muuckport, Ind., is in tho city tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Couch. Mr. Jacobs is a minister of tho Christian church and will preach in Fisher's Hall Mr. John Askins, of Rock Lick, came in Inst week and received his subscription to tho News for tho fifteenth year. , Wo havo a number of old stand by-'like Mr. Askins and wo appreciate them too. Tho young gentlemon of this city tendered tho young ladies and their vis itors a hop last Thutsday ovo at Fishor'tt Hall. It was a very elegant afl'air. After tho dance ices were served in tho most artistic stylo. Tho music was furnished by tho Hawesvillo string band. Mr. R. R. Ficrco who hns up to a few months ago been superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school in this city was last Sunday inado an honorary superintendent, n compliment which lie appreciates very highly. Thcio is no man in tho. town that has dona more or been inoro faithful to his church than Mr. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Skillman gavo'a very elegant progressive euchro party last Friday eve, in honor of Mfsses Dul aiioy and Mark, Louisville, Mary and Rosio Holt, Holt's, Ky., Mammiq Young, Evansvillo, Ind., and" Lizzio Skillman, this city. Quito a number of young gentioman and young ladies were present. Those that carried oft tho prizo were Mr. J. W. Owen gentleman's prize, box of cigars; Mr. Ed Kissam, gentleman's booby prize, corn cob pipe; Miss Dulanoy, ladie's prizo; silver spoon; .Miss Bettio Bowmor, ladies booby prizo, xan with chewing gum attached. Tho subject of Rev. W. O. Brandon's discourso at tiio Elm street Methodist church next Sunday night will bo Mus-- . ic. Ho will undortnko to toll his pcoplo something nbout tho "stringed" instruments and their position as relates to church music. Tho good peoplq who can't boo any good in a "fiddle" in a church might learn something that' will ease their conscience, on this much discussed point. Go out ajid hear him and got your souls in tune witli an instrument that you will bo very apt to hear in heaven. Tho raised platform in tho Elm street Mbthodist church for tho uso of tho choir is n great improvement and wo t wonder why it was not dono long ago. Tho choir certainly deserve much credit . for thoir oflorts and labor in providing such excellent music for tho church and Sunday school services. All tho denominations in this city havo excellent choirs and their song services aro 'always interesting and enjoyable. Few towns can boast of better church music than Clovcrport and tho News is especially proud of all of them. It used to bo somowhnt of a singer itsolf, in by k gono days, and it knows and appreciates tho work it takes to keep tilings moving along this lino. '1885-0-7-8-- Mr. Deo Pusoy left Sunday for LouisMr. W. A. Evans, LOulsvillc is in the ville. city. , Mr. Geo, Cniperko went to Louisville J. JI. Miller went to Louisville Satur- Saturday night. day. Mrs. J. Casperke spent Sunday and MjkTNcIHo Burks, of Addison, was the Monday in tho city. guesj?6fMlBS Nannio Murray last week. Dr. Will Pusoy, of Louisville, spent n Miss Leila Camp went to Louisville, few days licit) last week. Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs.1 Jamison. Dr. Dave Pusey nnd family visited Mr; Eugene Ilchprt,f ofr Evansvillo, Garnettsville last week. jpf tho .Misses Bowmcr was Miss Lafio Lai (cist, of Cloverport, is " lattwcpki visiting Miss Eva Herndon. Mr. and MrsfVred flapper, of LouisFarmers report n fine wheat crop and ville, aro tho. guests of Mr. and Mrs? G. nn abundant yield is expected. . P. Nnppcr. Miss Ida Meador returned to her Mrs. Elisha Collins returned home homo in Elimbcthtown Wednesday. visit to Sunday after n very pleasant Mrs. Abo Ditto, Sr., and .Mrs. Betsy friends in Owensboro. Dowdy visited Louisville Inst week. Dr. Wcatherford and Dr. Miller, of Mnstcrs English nnd Lcm Kendall, of New Albany, wero tho guests of Mr. It. " ' Grayson Springs, visited our burg last N. Miller last wcck.J week. , " Miffl Nannio Stephens, oT Holt's BotMrs. Robt. Brashear, of Owensboro, is tom, was in tho city last week, tho guest visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. of Miss Maggio Bowmen Wimp. Misses Dulanoy nnd Mark, of Louis-villMiss Sallio Clarkson and sister, Mrs. of Misses Mary and aro tho guests n. Geo. II. Casperke, aro visiting in Rosio Holt, of Holt's Bottom. Mr, Will Sweeney, Owensboro, nnd Mr. Tom Pusoy left Sunday for ChicMr. McDowell, of Louisville, nro tho ago, 111., after a two weeks visit with his of tho Misses Holt, of Holt's Botguests parents hero. tom. t Miss Kerr lias returned to iter homo Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knight and Miss with Lydia McGuinoy, of Cannelton, spent in Winchester after a pleasant visit Sundav in Gloverport, the.gucflts.of Mrs. Miss Eva Herndon. Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Gougli and Mr. Fred May. Sunday Miss Mam mio Young, who has been nnd Mrs. Clint Fnirleigh spent ' w ith Dr. and 3Irs. Jbhn Hardin. C. B. Skill-matho guest of her sister, Mrs. Mr. A. Morcmen will spend this week for several weeks past left for her in Jefferson county attending to tho homo in Evansvillo Saturday. The follow ing gentleman of Owensboro threshing of his wlient crop there.' Tho young ladies and gentlemen rewcioTcgistored at tho Clovcrport Hotel Sunday AIT Clarke, Amos Howard, J. port a delightful timo at the party given by Miss Eva Herndon Tuesday evening. W. Jnmcs and II. O. Higdon. LouisMr. nnd Mrs. John Sneidcr and childMisses Dulanoy nnd Mark, of Ttoso Holt, onions ren, of Woodland, visited Mr. R. II. ville, llary and Bottom, spent last Thursday with Mrs. Novitt and family Saturday and Sunday. C. B. Skillman. Preaching nt the Baptist chuicli SunMrs. J. D. Broshcnr and Miss Sawyer, day, and not withstanding tho intense of Owensboro, and Mr. John Jabine, St. heat, a good congregation greeted Bro-thWillctt. Louis, Mo., wero in tho city Sunday, tho guests of Mr. Jabino's mother, Mrs. Tho "Ladies Aid" met at Mr. Masena Tlieio Jennie Jabine, at tho Clovcrport Hotel. Fountaino's Friday evening. was n good attendance and the evening A man who has practiced medicine for very pleasantly spent. 40 years ought to know salt from sugar: Mrs. Martha Cecil, Mrs. Lucy Clark-so- n : read what ho says: A nnd Mrs. Laura Caldwell camo down 10, 1887. Toledo, 0.,-Jr-in on tho excursion Friday and spent a few Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentlehours with friends heic. men ; I have been in tho general pracMr. F. Ditto Sr., joined his daughters tor most 40vj(ears and tice of medicine Fahleigli and Miss Addic would say that in all my pratico and ex- Mrs. D. W. Ditto nt Grayson Springs Friday and perience have nover seen a preparation cnWrprceSribtt with as much Mil bpurfifsOVCral liayJTihsrc. that-- 5 Mr. Fred Mcadoi left Saturday night confidence of success as I can Hall's Ho will tako Catarrli Cure,, manufactured by you for Grayson Springs. Havo prescribed it n great many times chaigo of tho Bar at Grayson Springs its effect is wonderful, and would.say Hotel, fdr Mr. II. T. Kendall. in conclusion that I. have yet. to find a Messrs. Jesse Jlerndon, of Irvington, case of Catarrh that I would not cure, if and Mac Herndon, of Louisville, were theyVoufd tako' it according to diiec Rucsts of Missps Mattio and Deo tions. Saturday and Sunday. Yours Truly. Mr. J. S. Morcmen went to tho city L. L. GORSUCH, M. D. Monday morning. Miss Rco WashingOffice 215, Summit St. ton, who as tho guest of Miss Deo We will give $100 for any caso of Careturns homo Wednesday. tarrli that can not bo cured with Hall's Lula Lewis returned Wednesday ' Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. from Henderson, wliero sho had been . F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. 0. as a delegate to tho annual meeting of Sold byjDruggists, 75c. tho "Juvenile Missionary society." A gntling gun nwaits the first man who Tho City Council. Tho new city council held its scqond dares to say tlio weather is hot. Surely regular session last Friday week. Mayor this is good preparation for tho hero afPierco was present and called tho meet- ter for thosd who do not keep in tlio ing to order. Tho members present straight path. Buckskin Jim nnd his patent medicine wero L. G. Gregory and Chas. B. Skill-ma- n of thovfirst ward, aud D. Hambleton havo been on exhibition hero for tho and C; E." "Lightfoot from the second. past wok. Ho extracts teeth f without last meeting wero read pain, nnd has hnd quite u rush of busiMinutes of by F. N. D'Huy, clerk, and approved. ness in that lino here. Misses Ncllio Lewis and Eva Carrigan Reports of town officers were called for and Jno.. D. Babbago, city treasurer, leave Tuesday for Macataua Park, Mich., made the following report of the. city's whero thoy will spend tho summer. Thoy will visit South Bend, Ind., on finances: , their way tb Michigan. Ml THE 8UREK 8 nUPOKT. v $ J&&k Mr. W. II. Richardson and sons, Don The following is a staTemanvbtitlio re- "Wtm oft Tt IJ ihq funds of and Ray, spent a few days hero last cciptsand.djsbureemontsof tho cityfrom May lOlBOOyto June 10, week. Miss Dla, who has been visiting hero for tho past two weeks, returned 1801. . U homo wfth them Thursday morning. ' "" HECKirrsSr S 1 - city, May 16. n.vlnncc Jul, Mr. Thompson Kendall, un old nnd l 91149 37 llec.of II, L, NewMi,tlty,t.ic-coliijjJ- ' " fon.lrtnsc, Silfons, etc., fh,i6i is highly respected citizen of this County ? all 4? and . .. far Fines. .. i father of Hon. II. T, Kendall died ...34 40 . ,". pr int(.nvn jow, B. J. Carri-cat tho homo of his Total Rcccjptgy JS96 Friday .morning and was buried at SISIIUffcEMKNTi) Buck Grovo ccmetary Saturday. ,1 S41.H P.iM out on Corporation .icc't, . "' " for Stieet Work. )U I 'i J.IKJ S Mr. Frymire, of Union Star, dted ' ' s ".forJl'olIce service, 5 514 55 35 ",JtSffotJll, '.". "WW!" (S 00 Thursday night. Mr. Frymiro was tlio " " for Mayor's 375 fathpr of Mr Geo, Frymiro and Mrs. Ed " " for Interest on 409 16 11 " for Interest on shop bonds 1,500 00 Shelman former residents of this place. ' torichool bonds takcn.up,, " 0000 ', Vl! iLincc in hand of Ticaure;X k 735 Thoy have many friends bore who deeply sympathize with them in their sad Total, , . aflliction. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. II, B. Grjnnell entertained tho D. BAiiiuan, Trcas. . , Jo. Report ol Committeo on colored scliool young ladies and gentlemon, nnd their petition received nnd committed dis- visitors of Brandonburg and vicinity Dancing was inThursday ovening. ' ' charged. dulged in until tho wee small hours. Tho committeo reported thnt upon exThe yonng ladies w ero in full evening amination of tho tax books for tho years 0 of' property as- dress and looked charming. Honry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. John M. Borntraeger. '''Though grobn ns the roscloaf, , '1 "KsJ ti ,J, le e ll. ' ' f I. PANTS DOWN, Coata down, Vests down; m fact our entire stock of Clothing is down in price. "We have mado a reduction all along the lino. Our superb stdck of Clothing all our own make and our honorable business methods nro so well known that wo don't have lo rely on expensive and windy newspaper advertisements for cus.tomcrs. They come; they look through; they buy, and they always come again when they need othor goods. Sec our immense- stock of Summer Clothing; everything home-manufactur- f Money is a good thing As far ns it goes." ;! u' & r (?' . '.Yes That's So. But if you want to sco V tho-'guc- st Pidw . pr ! Money e ""r k' .i)aai ' M. US 'V Goes, t'1 : ' ' " , i you want and at any price. storo closes at 7 o'clock p. m., except SaturRemember our days, when wc keep open till 11 p. m. , Bring some of it to our storo and wo will show you how far e e e ' . i' ev $1 G-oe- s. .. ttyttt tVt n' e'T y t TrVyVV VV : t t"t t t'V't V'Y T 'ff'f "T i : o, Elfoa-bethtow- WINTER "Old. Keliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY $2 Goes. $3 Goes. $4 Goes. $5 : : : Goes. ' And wc will soon convince you that you can buy more and hotter AT goodB r STEPHENSPORT. in town Saturday. Mr. Joel Pilo Mr. Hewitt Hawkins is on tho sick list. Mrs. Rctia Flood went to Webster Monday. Mr. Powell Oelzo, of Troy, Ind., was in town .Monday. Mrs. M. Blain wnsin Louiswllo a few days last week. Services in M. E. church last Sunday by Kev. O. N. Meyers. Mrs. Pattison, of Felicity, Ohio, is the guest of her brother, Mrl Jas. Sargent, Sr. of San Robertson, Mrs. Hebbio Antonia, Texas, is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Hook, of Hardins-buraro visiting relatives hero this week. Mrs. Pulliam was at Clovcrport last week visiting hemlaughtcr, Mrs. Harvey P. Adams. Mrs. C. C. Lewis, who has been in Bowling Green visiting, returned home lost week. Mrs. Cresip, of Henderson, Ky., was ho cnnstpf.)ftr.cj9iisin, Mrs. S. B. Helm, "" ' last week. Miss Ida" Williams, of Evansvillo, Ind., is visiting her sister, Mr. C. II. os Wad-lingto- PUBLIC SPEAKING. D. II. Severs and Dr. Harned, Candidates for tho Legislature will address tho pcoplo of Bjeckenridge county at tho following times and places. Tuesday, Juno 30th. Stephensport, Wednesday, July 1st. Mooloyville, " 2nd. Thursday, Union Star, " 7th. Tuesday, BigSpriug, " 8th. Wednesday, Bcwloyville, " flth. Thursday, Irvington, " 10th. Friday, Webster, 1th. Saturday, Clifton Mills, " 14th. Tuesday, Rosctta, " 15th. Wednesday, Custer, " 10th. Thursdry, Constantino, " 17th. Fiiday, Hudsonville, " 18th. Saturday, Burns, " 20th. Monday, Hardinsburg, " 22nd. Wednesday, McDaniel, " 23rd. Hall, Thursday, Planter's " 24th. Friday, West View, " 25th, Saturday, Garfield, " 30th. Thursday, Jones, " '31st. Friday, Ball Town, August 1st. Saturday, Cloverport, Respectfully. D. II. Sevkks. SULZER'S than at any other place in tho city. n, HEAR THE PHONOGRAPH '"J or 3 ULZER 3 CLOVERPORT, KY. , g, Harvest is 'Nearly Here J CLildrp.n. Enjoy. Mc-Gh- e, The pleasant flavor, gentle action- - Mid r soothing cflecis of Syrup of Figs, when Mr. Gordon Moorman, of Leitchfleld, in need of a laxative and if tho father cr Ky., was tho guest of Miss Emma Mose-lo- y mother bo costivo or bilious tho most Sunday. gratifying results follow its use, so that Hardinsburg is tho place to attend tho it is the best family remedy known and 4th celebrations. One faro round ttipon e,dry family should havo a bottle. tlio L., St, L..& T. English returned homo last Miss Etta week from Southern Kentucky, where sho lias'been visiting. Mrs. Fred Nnppcr, of Louisville, who has been with relatives here,,: went to Clovcrport Sunday. y Wm. Caslkr. Miss Zella Simons, of Tobinsport, Ind., who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. ,Jas. II. Lay, returned homcMonday. n. Now is ftie time lo over-hayour HarvestYou ing Machinery and prepare for work. will find any repairs you may need for your old machines ul , -- A ' AT : '. R. firMOOSMAN'S. '"". He is also agent for the World Whiteley Solid Steel Mower. C. "Eenowi). Give him a call before buying elsewhere. II. Pumi'iikkv, Brcckenridge Co CASLER $t PUMPHREY, LOUISVILLE, KY. GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION To the Seashore, via I., St. & T. and C, & BUSINESS EDUCATION. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. f . 0, Rontes. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. Telephone 449, Ring 4. "". '. .. n .. cliimt-bnndi- Cf tho amount sessed by tho colored population hinount-e- d to '$300 for tho whole time and that 30 per cent, o'f that amount as yet do. linquont. Tho colored petitioners notified tho council thnt tlioy would bring suit at ouco for their part of the money"paid to Uiq city in the way of taxes on account of tho school building. Tho petitioners cluim Jhql thoyha'vo paid, in tho way of taxes enough to build them a largo nnd comfortablo school building. That thoy aro entitled to 0110 and that tho city must build it. If a building is not forth coming thoy will bring suit. Mr. CundllT was released from paying corporation tax for 1889; .wrongly d. elegant coaches nnd Pullmnn sleeping cars, will leavo Louisville at 1:30 p. in. from Seventh street depot, Wednesday, August 12, '01, reaching Old Point Comfort next evening nt 0:30. Round trip rates to Old Point only $15.00 from Cloverport. Passengers will leavo Cloverport on regular trains at 10.03 Tho train will bo run under tho auspices of tho Chesapeako &. Ohio R'y Company, in cliargo of Mr. W. A Wil-guTraveling Passenger Agent, formerly of nopkinsvillc, Ky. Reduced rates at tho Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, can bo secured upon presentation of C. & O. special seashore excursion ticket. Special attention will be paid to ladies without escorts. Sleeping car accomodations will ho to havo choice of Crovided, out in order should bo mado to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ivy., at onco. Sleeping car rates will bo &I.00 for berth, Loujsvillo to Old Point tb bo occupied by ono or two persons; Louisville to Clifton Forgo $l.f0 to bo occupied by ono or two perbons. Special side trip excursions can bo made from Old Point nt low rates. Tiio routo is through tho canons of New River, along picturcwpio Greenbrier river, passing White Sulphur Springs, crossing tho Alleghcnies and Bluo Ridgo Mountains nnd beautiful Shcnadoah and Piedmont valleys. Stop-ovprivileges will bo granted on tlio return trip, enabling excursionists to visit Richmond, Whito Sulphur Springs, and other celebrated resorts. Tho cholco of routes between Richmond nnd Clifton Forgo will bo given. return McElree'3 Wine of Cardul Excursionists may Staunton,either via or via Charlottesville and and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT aro Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along tho for salo by tlio following merchants in James River, Tickets will bo good returning until BreckonridRO County : September 3d, 1891. Ilandsomo book Jesse W. Owen, Oloveroort, descriptivo of sconory along tho lino will a. W. Short, Cloverport. ' bo mailed to any person upon application Hraehear 3c Lay, Stephemport. to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenuo, Witt .V M(dir, Hardinauurg, Louisville, Ky., or lo Agent L. & N. It. It. J. J. Severs, 'Uoinn Star, 11. W. FcLLE,G. P. A., O. &. R. R S. A. Wikiii., P. P. A., L. St. L. & T. R'y. s. son-in-lao, er -- White Sulphur Springs, Richmond. Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited en routo. A special train composed of B. F. 7J ATTEND rHEJi7fM i Beard & E?KSv H I Co., !... :jVv "K.fii. . vV - Of Koutn city University, fit. CO" LEXINGTON, KY. " r Cheapest, Beat on J Highest Honored Collrsc W, n. Smith, offleert of IM CoM'ta, nolrft ihi doll JItJil sol niplon of lienor st World's Exposition. Tor Fnum of Book.Krrnlns;, IdcIuJIdi Orneralibi Iluilnns p.n yr, Education. Kttrlr liiuo nudeou in nunil.no. trumsa huui and Forelsn Counlrl.t. 10,000 Ordute H074. Boilncu Count oosiliu tnlln.lnoi. UTrtchetiArithmetic, reonnoiblp.Comnitrelu aTBwk kpLni.nuiln.il Law, Mnehsndltlnir, Dsnklor, Joint Stock. Mioaf.cturlnf, Lcctuni Ba.locii Prutleo. Ueroantlto CorreipMjenco, tu. Cait afPnll llu.lncwi Course, Ineladlnt Tclil o, Rt.tl0D.r7lii Tjpr-Wrltnd Dotrd In s oloo hrailr, shoittDO. Khort-IIsi.t"" pwl. nnd Tleni!ir " splltle E. W. and can hm taken alone or with the Doiloei. Couria. Special department for Ladles. Ltdr f rloclpal employed. Bpeclal Coone of nook.Keeploc. CB"'I CJUrehnli' and r'eBmaoehlpwben taken alone,tin. per month IS neee arltbmelle on eair pej lolleto open dar and nltbl. oanBtodenti reeeleed Railroad Com be made with menu, C5 Arraneemente for a cheep dalle pan to attend this Colleee. Nn ?anlei Fnter now. Oradotle. oieeo.f'jl. 03 or elreulari teftCfcert ood rooms, WILBUR R. SMITH, president. W. Comer MATW nnd ITTPEU Streets, opiHMlto Court House. o ti "t BHk ..J. Aro ofibring this season tho greatest bargains in sddrui WILIIIJII It. HMITlI,,l'te.t. LellnBtoo, Kr. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH illli If Ever displayed before tho public. Their Aro tho rosultof yenrs Imontlnff. nnd aro now plurod, owlnir to THESE WOHDEnFUL LENSES of sotcnttflo oxpor- - tliolrsuperlorlty, proemlnontlrnbovo every tli I tier Imrotoforo producod In Oils lino. 'i'liny nro ncknowlodccd by.oxports tb bo (ho flnost nnd most poriuotlv construototj Lonsos KNOWN, and aro poaullnrly nunptod to corroctlnii tho various visual Imporoo-tlon- s. A trial of tho K0HII00R will convlnco you thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT BENSWERS. Every Pair Warranted, $25 Special Chamber Suit Is something nover seen beforo. For Sulo by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Prescription- - Receive Onrefal Attention, It is a Sixteenth Century Oak or Maplo Suit, with a CL0V,EttP0KT, KY, OOYAI Elisha Fisher, Owen Raitt and Chas. Corloy were released from paying city poll tax in fu- Garrett Crittendon, ture. nntl Lightfoot Gregory. Hambleton wero appointed n committeo to soli tho town lots adjoining tho jail. "treasJno. D. Babbago was urer and It. L. Nowsom city tax collector. Tho mayor appointed Dr. S. S. Wat-kin- s nnd J. O. Porter city board of health. Absolutely Puro. Tho levy for 1891 was placed nt 00 Highest A cream of tartar baking ponder. cents on tho S100 worth of property Latett U, S. botli real and pcisonal. City poll tax at of all Id leavenlne itrohfjlh. Oovtrnmml Food Jicport. $1.00. Tho council then adjourned. POWDER A Big Deal Tho Acme Vitrified Brick Company, of Louisville, with a capital of $100,000, of which Mr. Charloy Long is president, closed a trado with Mr. Jns. T. Miller of this city yesterday by which thoy got 41 acres of his valuable land for tlio purpose of erecting a brick and terra cotta works. Thoy will erect a 550,000 plant and mnko everything from a common brick up. Work will bo begun nt onco nnd pushed rapidly. Tho Cloverport Brick Plant has decided to double its capacity and will turn out 50,000 instead of 25.000 a day, They havo orders now from nil over tho country and could sell eight or ton million brick tliis season if thoy could make them. A very encouraging outlook, thank you. full sizo Bed, handsomoly carved, with an elegant Wash-stan- d, and tho Dresser with this Suit is equal to any Dresser in a 50 Set, with an elegant life sizo Gorman plato glass. , This bargain is something nover seen boforo, cheaper ' than wholesalo prices. Wo expect to sell 100 of theso ' f Suits this year. Call and sco it. m - w B. F. BEARD & CO., itKssislali!SL troiiblvil with nervousness, rcjultlnff fiomrAiuorowrwcrknlll bo iclloveil by talcing Jtt'nirn'H Jvon Hitters, acmiino has trutlu mark ami crossed red Hues on w rajiir. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best snlvo in tho world for cuts. Anlthoo 2vtiratjto I'emoits uniiHCB, butch, uicum, eun, niuuiu, luvur sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, nil inrnn niwl skin nrimtions. nnd noaitlvolv and nhnost painless procehs. Consula-tio- n cures Piles, or no pay required. It is free. Call on nro writo for printed guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction, or rnco m cenis per matter, money roiunucn. Pun. II. W. Hksdhicks nnd box For salo by Q. W. Short, Clovor-por- t, O. D. Turionn. Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, No. 018 Third Street, Louisville, Ky ivy. Hardinsburg, Ky. :ett:fttt;r,:e, PILES and Povic diseosts cured by a new CL1 &uwfc- inHDjmfOaijjn ,l2 mJ tth COOLINGi TllOSO A Lucky Bog. To RATHER ONE-SIDE- GOLDEN BRICKS. " Beautiful Lisle Thread Suits for Mpn ' Clara Belle announces Marry tho Girl Whoso Neck Was Her Aggravating Coolness Broko His Things Worth Remembering Front the Pen of M. Pomcroy. Heart. Too Beautiful to Be Seen. It is not nlwnys that which wo liko She (cheerfully) My dear, I should that Haideo imagine by this time you had discovered how unprofitable it is to quarrel with me. . Ho (fuming) I don't caro a Sho Careful, dear, 'Careful. Ho (with rising voice) I don't want to be careful. I want to bo understood I won't have theso goings-o- n nny longer. (meditatively)-- - "Goings-oShe ?" What remnrkablo English ! I think I have heard something like that in tho kitchen ; hut never mind, dear, come sit beside me on tho divan, nnd tell mo is nnd who did It ; Jh what a "going-on- " it something awfully jolly that you men do at tho club ? lie Now, look hero, Amelia, I won't stand this any longer, I She Well, dear, I just asked you to, sit down. He Don't exasperate mo. You may be sorry. I'm dangerous when" I lose my temper. ! Sho (laughing) B'css um heart, my Ncddio dangerous! Oh, delightlul ! You wicked, wicked Bluebeard. Now, I ask you again, como sit down beside me nnd tell mo what n "going-on- " is, so I can get one. Ho (fairly bursting with rage) I will not, I Sho (rising) Oh, very well, dear. I must go out now. If I meet Jnck Itivcrs I shall ask him to tell mo whnt it is "you won't havo any mpre." I'll see you at dinner, dearest. I Ho (soliloqulzingJ-rUg- h I dont understand it ; whenever I try to bo serious with thnt woman she mnkes a perfect ass ol me Yet when I fly into a rago at tho office everybody is frightened to death. I won't stand it, that's all. And then to say she'd ask Jack Bivers what I meant tho very man I was going to speak to her nbout! I'll put a stop to it I Yes, I will, by (Makes a plunge for tho door, Btubs his toe, split his nail, then writhes on tho divan in speechless agony.) n o MacD. is to be married at last, and ono fortunntoBon of Adam will gaze upon tho nock that has long had the reputation of boing too beautiful to show in ball costume, or even in a conuigo with n the best that does us tho most good. He who puts his thoughts on getting well soonest linve no thoughts of n phy- modest cut out. Haideo is a country girl, having been born in tho ' 83.00. north of the state, and, like the Jersey Lily, up to her sixteenth year, sho feolil romped nbout the fine old country seat for of the MacD's with her thrco brothers. ' 82.00. The consequence was that sho became as fully and completely developed as it is JNO D. BABBAOE. , possiblo for tho human animal to lie. ?VSr C. BABBAGE, Hill HI tf.ViU1". illHMdM .IMiW JBIWiW"U,.V iiit.il 'wl' ,. m. "uiMitu. ,.a.r"I Every tooth was in its right position nnd Mimger dints Fnrnlihlng'i. ,wtthiU,,'p wuuiai'U)!cHUUlugiiWiiMaiDU4MMmcv i flawless as a gem ; her hair was a marvel of luxuriance and her skin-we- ll, I'll not Ilendqtiartcrs for Our Very Best People attempt to describe it; no lily, no roso Confirm our statement when wo say that leaf could bo moro soft and more deliDr. Acker's English Remedy is ' in ovcry cate. Three years ago she was brought WEDNESDAY, JULY I, 1801. way superior to nny nnd nil other preto Now York nnd introduced into Bociety EMPIltE CORN DRILLS, parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In -- tho very best. Intemperance. At tho first assembly Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, What is intemperanco ? First, want of ball she was dressed in cream white and reliovcs nt once Wo offer you a URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, with short, sleeves and a modest moderation, or due restraint; second, samplo Iwttlo free Rcmombor, this front nnd back. Tho men acted like SOUTH BEND PLOWS, excess in any kind of indulgence ; third, Remedy is Bold on a positivo guarantee mad. Haideo was followed about by a DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS nnd Hny. RukoR, and last, tlio liabitual use of inebriating For Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, long lino of blark-coate- d fauns, who liquors. The former may appropriately II. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS. Ky., and Witt & Mcndor, Hardinsburg, were chasing up this wood nyinpi solely bo applied to almost every human exKy. BUGGIES, CARTS, P.IIEATONS nnd SPRING WAGONS, for tho purpose of looking upon the tant. The latter, by far too many fnll wonderful beauty of her skin. It was LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, An Interesting Hotel Case. victiinsio, and it must bo said ; much the first and last ti mo that Haideo ever SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASH. vicissitude is related to Intemperance in Tho decision of tho Circuit Court in bared her neck. Sho remained a great nlllHfl various meanings. Wo hear men locally contested caso of Sundcr-inachtho favorite in society, but her neck nnd agt. Block has been reversed by reiterate," I havo no apprehension of shoulders were, after that night, always evilTtb myself, I am a moderate the Appcllnto Conrt. It will bo remembcovered with lace and illusion. They While thus allured by bait were to beautiful to show. From her ered that tho plaintiff in thissuit, togethPAINTS ! PAINTS ! PAINTS I taking his moderate dramero ho thinks. childhood it had always been necessary er with nnothcrgcntlcmnn from Murphys-boro- , STOVES STOVES ! STOVES Time with her onward inarch has wrought to provide wero arrested for having refused to her with tho most delicato such a change in him sad, sad to contempay tho regular rate per day for board at impossible textures for her underwear. A single A careful inspection of Goods and Prices is solicited beforo buying. Their refusal was plate. How many boys might have been rough btrnud in an undergarment chafed tho Hotel Palace What has the Convention done with the love and pride of a poor aged mother and irritated this wondrous bit of living based on the ground thnt they had not reference to tho taxation of railroads, and father, could havo changed their dis- satin. taken all the meals during tho timo thoy tho L. & N., tho Kentucky Central, the Henco you'll not bo surprised mal hours to sunshine, could have been when I toll you that Hnidce's wedding wero registered. Thoy had been served Chesapeake fc Ohio, tho Newport News. Farmers' Supply House, Hakdinbhuro, ICy. an attentive and brotherly companion for outfit contains tho most exquisite diswith a card stating that theso meals & Mississippi Valley and tho rest of charged to them, and tho low- them ? an affectionate sister depressed by soli- play of dainty, cobwebby fabrics for unwould bo tude ; but instead, ho turns a deaf car derwear that I ever gazed upon. The Tho 189th section is as follows : er court took tho ground thnt tho fact and cold shoulder to tho earnest peti- night-gown- s "Nothing in this Constitution contained that thoy agreed to remain nt tho hotel nro, in Scotch cambric, tion's of all that should be near and dear somo with largo fichu after being served with this notice made shall be constructed so as to prevent the Gen-ercollars, most deto him. And intenn, or in the mean- licately Assembly from providing by lanrhow railthem liable. This, the Appellate Court embroidered, others with yokes time, he turns and like a flash is gone. of It holds that tho roads and railroad rocrtti shall be assess-esays, is erroneous. of Valen finest guipuro nnd jabots BIE-AJISriserving of theso cards docs not constitute His ostensible plea is to church or, cienneH. As to the assortment of chem and hoiu taxes thereon shall be collected." D Poisons In Cosmetics. ! Ho turns financial business. Hut nlas Tho meaning of tho action of tho Cona legal contract, and that there is nothTttAlJE Every iiai;k. ises, it is positively startling. It seems to bo tho fashion for young ing In tho Innkeepers' act, under which stitutional Convention is that whi'o tho his steps to a grogshop, there to undergo thing is in complete suits-th- at is, chem Indies with pimples and blotches on was arrested, to compel a peoplo aro subject to an iron rulo of taxtho subversions of a drunkard, and from se, corset, corset-coveetc., harmonlzo their faces to innko experiments with Sundcnnacher k to lose or get rid of his guest nt a hotel to pay for what he did ation, tho great mud powerful railroad there to style of trimming. Eltnirn various in color and cosmetics. Mndamo Piffypaffy not receive Springfield, (111.) Monitor. niny appeal from timo to timo to the hard earned money. To quote Booth, the Telegram. advertises her foreign-name- d compound, assassinator of Lincoln "Sic Semjer tiranGeneral Assembly nnd obtain relief. Banana Peel on the Sidewalk. composed of n combination of poisonous If tho General Assembly can bo trustm". This is to boys who steal off from Merit Wins. mineral substances thnt deaden nnd Tho street car had passed, but to catch ed to do justice to railroads and regulate mAimsstssfSxmsrmsissssmimmmx their parents and play the impostor. l r r jr a jr I it he reckoned, "by -What can excel intempcranco in creattho mode of taxation with justice, why BcEo.rLi3.fact3.rec3. Wc desire to say to our citizens, that burden the delicato substances of the -1 So he ran liko n deer, nnd shouted and can it not bo trusted to do justice to the ing misery? What can more readily tear for yearn wc havo been selling Dr. King's skin. There aro no complexions liko beckoned, Tho tonic of a wife than New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. those that nature give asunder the tender heart people and bo empowered to regulate Till he planted his hcol effects to behold her. husband daily becoming King's New Life Tills, Bueklen's Arnica strengthening nnd health-givin- g tho mode lvc, 'J--J- "" Ljiv rJtr-ft- " nibjul1!, . :' On n Rinnoth !' "iiisL . v ." " 'Y" a proy to liquor? And finally tho habit Salve and Electric Bitters, and have nev- of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) permit nature . .,..".nf wimt was tho necessity, wherein was otntii tti Tlinn ltrt cntv linlf n tnllltnn is .not easily overcome, consequently he er handled remedies that sell as well, or to work her will. the justice of giving to tho railroads a a second is giving in return for a whole soul wife, that have given such universal satisfac both young nnd old, havo right which is denied to tho people. ? KY. Ho was in too great n hurray ; better only a small fraction of what he calls a tion. Wo do not Jj.VcTrguaranteo discovered. Tho cheapest and most Yet, tho advocates of the proposed ' loving, affectionate heart. He gives all thorn cyejxMrjuuiwo stand ready to beautiful complexions depend on health havo waited for another car. Thoro are Constitution, which favors the corpora-ation- s ho has to give but tho ipso facto or tho fttiift the purchase price, if satisfactory. and vigor. It Is tho office of Swift's cases, however, where haste is necessary. nnd binds up tho peoplo. cry ! Vjct itself is, he has fritterp d..jy"jnJ' feverishncss, "Corporation" when tho people propose havo night-sweatresults do not follow their use. Theso Specific (S. S. S.) to give vigor nnd tone If you heart, givingn. Htjlft-fliisaloon, a bit remedies havo won their great popular- and health to the system, and in this way weak, sore lungs and it hacking cough, to meet nt Lexington to take action ..UWcriJTSi jwrtion to another, until ity purely on their merits. G. W. Short, to give lustre to the eyo and roses to tho do not lose nn hour in obtaining n sup- against tho enemy. Covington Com.. ply of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- monwealth. checks. ho is destituto of heart, love or principal, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, covery. Delay in such cases is dangerconsequently loses a life of happiand Ky. Furniture in ous : it may bo fatal. Beforo tho dlseaso The First Symptoms of Death. THE CHINESE WALL. ness. Or on the contrary, if wo aro alendless vane- has inado too great progress, tho "Golden Tired fooling, dull hendacho, pains in lowed to uso tho ipse dixit of writers and They Wero Expelled. The C. G. is pleased to note that : Medical Discovery" Is n certain cure In various parts of tho body, sinking nt tho ty. I am now speakers perhaps it is a wife who repays "It is interesting to hear that thogreat fact, it's guaranteed to benefit or cure, or It is frequently said, and very truly, pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, back her husband's devotion with half love. at my old that the best woman is infinitely better iron works at Middlesborough, Ky., aro money paid for it promptly refunded. feverishncss, pimples oi sores, nro all Who keeps closely bolted as it were, tho worst so far advanced as to justify bids for some g than tho best man, and that positivo evidence of poisoned blood. stand and from his gaze, many a chamber of her incomparably worse thnu the of the largest calibers for tho new steel The Bight Candidate. No matter how it beeamo poisoned it something in the channel woman is heart where guns, for which tho Ordinance Offico is solicit worst man. Tho Hon. Philip W. McKinnoy, Gov- must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. of intoxicating liquor is holding sway. wo may say of tho nbout .to let contracts. Theso aro signs ernor of Virginia, agrees with tho majthe patronage of In liko manner temj-cratAcker's English Blood Elixir has never example for Parents set n that when it is at its best it is of sure and solid development." ority of tho Democratic leaders of that failed to rcmovo scrofulous or syphilitic the public. your offspring at an early period, for it Church But the signs of Biire nnd solid devegood on tho strongest influence for State in opposing the nomination of the poison. Sold under a positivo gunrnntee is you who are to blame much for the tho is at its worst it can lopment will fail should tho proposed Claimant, nnd he expresses tho opinion What mama and planet, and when it by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and of your children. sina infidels faster tlinn a grist mill can Constitution be adopted. To quote the nnd the wishes of tho common-sens- e DeWitt& Moador, Hardlnsburt:, Ky. papa does is right. And if you handle make language of Bennett Young it 1ms built mocracy in this prognosis of Democratic the wine cup to excels which leads on grind corn. from Pittsburg, Pa., that six n ChincBO wall around tho State Tho news duty nnd opportunity : HERE ARE SIXTY-FIVto profano language and much that is True, Bennett has been perverted "We ought to take no rlk, A divided Demobright, conservative, eloquent nnd popu. Tho Louisville Post challenges the absolutely erroneous it is right, from that view of the case, sinco tho cracy can elect nobody, wlillc a Democracy Honett Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. ministers wero expelled by tho think the young nnd innocent hearts. lar young Presbyterian Synod is calculat- Governor has been vested with tho apli.i'iiionlous, timl cntlmsl.istlc can elect Its Messenger to print tho names of fifty Iteformed candidate ut the next national election. We newspapers in tho stato opposed to tho There is a hopo hovering in the minds people prick up their ears. pointment of the Hail Itoad Commis- must find the man who can bring that harmony. now constitution, and agrees to reprint of those parents that our boy will only ed to make sioners, and tho taxation of railroads has Wu have plenty or them, and the name of the been guilty of burglary or tho list. With pleasure tho Messengor touch it as we do. It will bo too late in Have they concealed weap- been left to tho Legislature But tho right man will npnear at the proper time. I be? Did thoy carry furnished herewith n list numbering tho next world to correct this mistake arson harmonious convention we shall they pirates or highway rob- truth onco delivered by him to tho Con- lievenn undividedhajc asuccessful canvass. und moro than fifty without makToo often the dnim taken with tho par- ons? Are vention remains ; returning nt frequent and they tampered with tho To unite tho Democracy i eandidnto ing n complete canvass of its exchange ent, as the initiative drink will only bo bers? Have Church or committed intervals to plague him with its pun- must bo selected who is personally pophis life. treasury of tho shipwreck to list. It now behooves tho Post to make multiplied murder? Not at all. Thoy have simply gency. Covington Commonwealth. ular, whoso devotion to tho letter nnd good its repeated assertion that seven-tenth- s 'Tis then tho parent will bo made to feel has a right to of tho papers of tho fttato favor and say : "Holl over mo with all thy declared that a minister Very popular, very small, very good spirit of Democracy is unquestioned, citizen, while the Young-.- . vote liko any other surges, ye oceans of sorrow." The De Witt'6 Littlo F4iily Itisers, tho pill for whoso opinions nro moderato and toler- the Constitution. which thoy belong insists thnt men and boys take warning when you Church to ant, who is not tho represcnntlvo of de- list, which is by no means complete, is FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, godless constitu- constipation, biliousness, sick headache ' go to iolitid and other public gather- wo aro living under "n cayed issues, who stands for tho whole as follows : tion" and that no minister should cast a Sold by G. W. Short. Paducah Standard, Mayfield Mirror, body of essential Democratic principles ings and etc. As you gaze on some poor PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL haggard or refugee who can scarcely ballot. Cadiz and has not made himself offensive by Eddyvillo Times-GazettDISORDERS A Very Engaging Girl. Yes, this is tho nineteenth century, CENTS FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. Fulton Graphic, Wingo Home, Magger under tho influence of whisky, extreme utterances. Ho' must not be n though you wouldn't think it. Wo aro "I hear you aro going to marry Miss frothing-mouthe- d foe of silver or n frant-l- o Sentinel, Hopkinsvillo remember his first dram may not havo Kentuckian, of common sense, Barley next week?" PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED. CD, ST.L0UI5 MO. howler for silver. Ho must not bo n Wobster Citizen, Morganfield Sun, Stur-gi- s hurt him, but one dram calls for another living under a regime though that synod furnishes no proof of "Fact." Enterprise, Mndisonvillo Hustler, wild harper upon the worn slnglo string ho come away you youthful wanderer, contrary, is a relic of "It is no wonder you were captivated of tariff reform. Ho must bo n fair and Owensboro Messenger, Enrllngton Bee, while the blossoms of your years aro the fact but on tho superstition took by her fascination." broadmlnded Btatesninn who respocta Todd County Progress, Russellvillo Unbrightest and remember the one sure tho Middle Ages, when "Why?" way is to keep this motto sacred: honest differences of opinion, and is ion, Rochester Sun, Hartford Herald, was substituted for religion. It would "Oh, because sho has very engaging moro anxious for the unity and conse- BitKCKe.vniDUK News, Nelson Record, "Touch not, tosto not, handle not," THAT CAN BE RELIED ON with a head ways. Sho was engaged to mo nnd ono of tho ordinary addages is "some seem impossible for a man quent success of tho Democracy than for Buffalo Wheel, Louisvillo Courier-Jour-nn- l, BE UP 2 his congregation Hanks nnd Chitcr nnd Marshmnllow and Many on bis shoulders to tell oxcuso is better than nono." Louisvillo Times, Louisvillo Truth, tho propagation of his hobbies or tho TO support by Gumdropper here, nnd wo all dropped satisfaction of his egotism. Ho must bo Louisvillo Now Era, Ohio Falls Express, men claim to drink whisky to drown thnt it is morally wrong to THE MARK trouble, others to feel rich. As regards their votes tho institutions which havo her when wo heard that sho was also a man whose wisdom and moderation Homo nnd Farm, Pendleton Democrat, BEARS THIS MARK. feeling rich, too often it makes one made this country prosperous and happy. engaged to you." Klinira Telegram. insure for him tho respect of all sections Milton Freo Press, Covington Commonproud, to bo called proud is a calamity It would bo sheer flattcrry to call him a of liis party. wealth, Covington Extra, DoVer Nows, That Terrible Cough o crank, honest of courso, but still a crank. and to be proud, is a sin. With It is timo for tho Democrats of ovcry Owingsvlllo Outlook, Williamstown Pubhow"-ove-r, to drowning trouble, what avails For any organization of the clergy, In the morning, hurried or difficult Stato to consider what Democrat is best lic Opinion, Boono County Record, to expel a member because he breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in fitted to unito the party. Tho Cynthinna' Times, Cynthiana Courier, o tho best feelings for tho present, without principle ? Surely you will bo with mo dares to oxcrciso tho right of suflraco as tho chest, qulckncd pulso, chlllness in of division and disaster has had Cynthiana Democrat, Lexington Gazette, when I reitcrato, men who aro slave to an American citizen is about as serious the evening or sweats at night, all or any his day. Tho silver Democrats will not Hazel Green Herald, Stanford Interior-Journa- l, drink aro destitute of a moral principle an offense a can bo committed by any of these things aro tho flrwt stages of con- mipjiort a man who has given them Frankfort Capital, Carlisle sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough How many boys, especially in cities, aro ono who pretends to be sane ofi'euco by his unnecessary Mercury, Pmovillo Democrat, Bcattyvillo Mine Itolnnd cried as sho approached Remedy will euro these fearful symptoms and Ignorant violence of speech in re- Enterprise, so precocious they soon leave off their Middlesborough Herald, youthful play things nnd fall into tho tho scaffold, "Oh, Liberty ! what crimes and is sold under n positivo guarautco gard to silver. Tho surplus In tho Treas- Richmond Climnx, Estill Eaglo, Mt. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. habit of smoking cigarettes, then solicit arc committed in thy nnmo I" It would by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and ury has disappeared or almost disappear- Vernon Signal, Somerset Reporter, 1 ONLY LINEN-LINE- D Witt & Mendor, Hardinsburg, Ky. his neighbor boy to tako a glass of beer bo equally just to exclaim, Oh, religion Sayings. Catlettsburg Democrat, ed, and tho condition thnt confronts tho with him and drink a rolre tattle, or to what intolerable blunders your teachers t, the country )s a deficit. Tho reduction Burksvillo Herald, Flomingsburg COLLAR IN MARKET. Central of expenses, not tho reduction of taxes, City Republican, the health of all his friends. Then his aro guilty of ! N. Y. Herald. The Object Lesson. problem which tho Hnrt County Record, Newport Journal, noxt stop is whisky nnd theso are conA man went into n crowded store to is tho immedinto tinued with more or less desperation Billion Congress has left for solution Williamsburg Tjmes, Grayson Gazette, food sours on the stomach, digestion buy some stockings for his wifo. If "I 'til circumstances which seem for tho ia defective. Do Witt's Littlo Early want strip'ed ones," ho said to the clerk. Tho Republicans havo given tho plat- Nicholasvillo Democrat. Fulton Fulton-inn- , Ashland Signal, Carrollton Demomoment, too ridiculous, brings about n Risers will remedy this. Tho famous lit- "Wo havo very fow stripes, sir" tho form upon which tho Democratic party I.ATK ALKXANDUK'S HOTEL, gradation in tho shapo of a drunkard. tlo pills that novor grlpo and never disap- clerk replied ; thoy not so much can bo united. Tho Democrats havo crat. Owensboro Mcssongor. 'are Was thcro over a poor man who roso to point. Sold by G. W. Short. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND worn now." "Aro you Biiro?" "Oh only to select n man who represents Do Not Suffer Any Longer. ho famous, who gavo himself up to yes! quito sure? I will demonstrate tho thoroughly the policy of retrenchment, Hates $2.50 Per Day. whisky ? or tntranze il pan de misseri. Or economy, nnd efficient administration Knowing thnt a cough cm bo checked fact to you." Fly Talk. Cor. Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-- I louse, in othor words, hopo is tho poor man's Then ho loaned over tho counter nnd nnd is trusted, not distrusted, liked and in a day, and tho first stages of consumpthere, Bluebottle! shouted, "Bats!" "Sco First Fly-- Hi bread. If ho gives way to whisky, sureLOUISVILLE, KY. !' ho added. not hated by tho mass of his party. tion broken inn week, wo hereby guaranly there is no hopo, consequently no Como over bore There's a keg of "Yes, "Bald tho customer, "glvo mo plain Who shall ho bo ? Wlro shall not bo tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remody, W. B. I0GAN, Manager. molasses here. bread. tho candidate, is a question that tho De- nnd will refund tho money to nil who coloi s." Boston Herald. I Mas. A. L. IUtkh. Second Fly Molnrses bo hanged. mocrats of the South havo answered al- buy, tnko it ns por directions, nnd do A. V. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. know where thoro's a whito nnd gold not find our Btatctnont correct. For Constipation, blood-poisofovor! Doc- - ready. N. Y. Sun. parlor that's novor been touched. N. Y. fnruf liltlu mill fnnornl ftYnmiMPR tnt nlinnf. Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., In tho beginning consumption la curIt is quito tho fnHhlon nov to tako Do A beautiful skin, bright oyes, sweet and AVitt & Mendor, Hardinsburg, Ky, able, which nny physician will tell you. t... i Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and Sun. iv. wut'u wi Witt's Littlo Early Itisers for liver, stomTho greatest remedy over known for ach nnd most diseases originate from impure Karly Risers cost a quarter. Tako yoar breath, good appetite, vigorous body, bowel disorders. Thoy nro sninll If taken in time "C. C. C. Certain choice. Sold by G. W. Short. blood. Cleanso it, purify it with Do Pro blofJ""1,,1 hea,th rfult Jrom do-fl-Thcro is ono thing n woman can never Coughs nnd Consumption Is "0. O. C. pills, but mighty good ones. G, W, Short can't mnko n man toll her whore Certain Cough Cure." Sold by J. W. the uso of Do Witt s Sarsnparilla. It is is restored, Couglk-Curonovor fails to euro Cough Witt's Eareaparilla and health Monarch shirt is the best. sold by G. W, Short. ho lias been. sell them, Owen. strength regained. Sold by G. W. Short. I and Colds. Sold by J. W. Owen. Worth ' Breckenridge News. sician. Tho happiest man is ho who prevents himself doing things ho finds ob jectionablo in others. The devil can do moro daningo to a boy before ho is fifteen than God can do to benefit him in n century. A sweet flower, by accident living and growing in n society of weeds, has no admirers among tho things that surround it, and yet it is beautiful, nnd its seed may bring forth in parlor, while weeds remain out of doora to bo at last plowed under. , cr dram-drinker- ." The Lexington Conference. From tho Conference to be held to morrow much good may bo expected. Advocates of the projwsed as the present Constitution does, guarantees, to the people the right to assemble for the purpose of discussing their grievances are charging thnt the Conference is tho outcome of tho opposition of tho railroads. Even If that wero true the right of the Lexington Conference to opposo what it deemed injurious to tho people would not only lo unquestioned hut altogether right. But It is not true The opposition to tho Constitution embraces all classes, saving perhaps tho class of corimration under tho lend of Delegate Bennett Young, who boasted that he had condemned not less thnu fifteen hundred pieces of property, nnd it was for a railroad nt that. It embraces tho farmer whoso farm and whoso farm implements nnd whoso stock is to bo taxed under n rulo laid down in nnd fixed by the almost unchangeable Constitution, whilo tho rate of taxation of railroads Is left to the Leg islature to bo dealt with as it may see fit. Though experience might and probably will demonstrate that tho taxation of the farmer under tho proposed Constitution is burdensome nnd unjust, though tho needs of-- the Stato Treasury should not require so great a sourco of rovenuo as is provnled against tho farmer, the mechanic, tho laborer, tho clerk, the mctchant, tho professional man, yet thcro can bo no relief. Tho Constitutional Convention has fixed its rigid rule nnd the peoplo must stand it ; for the Convention has so hedged its work as to make change almost Win. Deering& Co., Binders and Mowers zvstmtiMMwmmpnmR&w -- 9 . FARM MACHINERY Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. HENSLEY & JOLLY, al JDIfJKTKT 8c -- d, e'S f r, faro-ban- uremaw one Meal Only tB c 7)1 ijl,J-respec- STthou-5AS4rr7iulic- "fci ., - ' ' & & ? CLOVERPORT, s, HEKE WE AE,E AGAIN g gi HHpBBitpKKiPifjiSy -- r E. FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, d, 2L. 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