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CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1891. going to do than what to expect legate Alas I it from n dqboshed legislator. must bo confessed oven this wiso nnd wiser and bettruly good body ter than all past legislatures, better and wiser thnn any future legislature, even tho Immaculate constitutional convention of '01,ihad Its breeches' pockets filled with free II. R. passes, and used them with great satisfaction ior tho weekly freo trips homo and tho nightly of Louisville. frco trips to the flesh-pot- s Great Hovings! Can it bo that this had aught to do with tho adoption of Sec. 189? Don't depend n people to dl- cover you and )oi(f biulncii. Keep constantly dlggi'g at them through the advertising column or thU paper. VOL XV. NO. 50. ! GENERAL MERCHANDISE. & OORMAnIJ fEELER, GLENDEANE, KY. HEADQUARTERS FOR Come ! Come Come ! . - ZDZRCXO-- S i . I ' , s LAUGHTERED P RICES! OF To tho great Feast of - :'. -? j. w. owtcny -- fl .'i Interior Journal. FOR- t - v j r I a A Duty to Yourself. It Is surprising that peoplo will uso n common ordinary pill when thoy can secure n valuable English ono for tho same money. "Dr. Acker's English pills and are a positlvo cure for all liver troubles. They aro small, sweet, easily taken, nnd do not gripe. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloverpoit, Ky., and Witt & Mcador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. sick-hcadac- Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. 1 ". . -- BEST LUBRICATING OILS, .'. SPONGES -. .- ,..' "Prescriptions -:- - TOILET ARTICLES a -:- - Specialty a? 111 M; IT'S . The New Constitution and . ro-ad- tv J r NOT SO! L. Miller Payne nro not in business together as a great many people think. I am for myself and will say and come to me and I will show you that I will sell you t.T. &. Fiolt Cans, both Glass & Tin STEP STOVE, witlu40 pieces of ware for $7.00. Hay Rakes, Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. llome-mad- o Tin Buckets at 15 cents. . NAILS, rS $VWING .r i nmvim BUILDING, IIAItDWAKE, Si buggies, ROAD CARTS. '. GUNS, CARTRIDGES, HO, 7 h BOX COOKING STOVE with 20-inc- oven for $11.00. I can .and will gel! goods cheaper than any house in Town. Don't forget the place J. L. MILLEE'S CLOVEilPORT.KY AGENCYor y A pamphlet of Information and ab-- A siraci or me law, snowing jioir (OA rmems, vUDiain iTaa. vMorks, UoprrlKDU, amt Jru-.lilnu MUNN O. UU. N3l Urondwar. ew York., WA m t&A fymt $ ras THE BEST MEDICINE LIVER XEDICINF. MfeWtHTQUALITY AND 8IZE.KNOWN OF DCSE. CON3IOERINQ IT "WIXTj ALSO CTJIOT DYSPEPSIA, CHILL CUI?E. BILIOUSNESS, AND CHHONIO COKSTIPATIOK, C. C. MARTIN, .Clovorport, -- DRUQG18T NEXT DOOM BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky was Texas road, sent for Mr. Parsons and tendered him tho now position. Mr. Parsons, it is said, named his own salary Probably tho most grievous burden and agreed to begin work within a week, imposed upon the citizen by tho neces- it being Mr. McCracken's desire that ho sities of government is the annual, inex- should take charge of tho freight traffic orable impost of taxes. At this soro aasoon as possible. Tho details wore spot incqually or injustico is soonest and arranged in a fow minutes, and After a most keenly felt by that patient bcatt of brief talk as to the policy oPtbo road, r. burden, the Tho convention, Mr. Parsons left tho ollico not much with a loud flourish of trumpets, set to disconcerted by losing one position and work to make both injustico and ine- finding another inside of forty eight quality forevcrmoro impossible. In tho hours. first place, (See 170) they exempted from Mr. Parsons has been in railroad ser- as does tho present statute, vico hero for eightcon years, and has an I taxation, churches, elecmosenary institutions, &c, extended and valuable acquaintance and "not more in valuo of personal prop- among tho shippers. For ton years he erty than $250." By this last clause, un- was with the Jefferson, Madison and der a conserative estimate, ninety mil- Indianapolis railroad, then three years lions of household property in tho State, with tho Louisville, Now Albany and now untaxed, would at onco bo placed Chicago, nnd for tho past flvo years ho on the tax-lis- t. But property hereto- has served as General Freight Agent of fore has only been assessed 70 per cent, the Air Lino road, lie is' largely reof its value, Sec. 178 goes to the root sponsible for tho heavy freight traffic of this abuse All property not exempt over the Mackoy road out of Louisville, ftom taxation by this constitution shall and it is but natural to suppose that Mr. bo assessed for taxation at its fair cash ParsonB will control that movement for valuo estimated at what it would bring the Texas. Consequently, tho Texas at voluntary sale." And then follows a has made a so to speak, inprovision forfeiting tho assessor's ofllco asmuch as this business will be taken, if ho fails to valuo and assess all proper-Crtif it is secured, from the very territory ol This sets tho tax plow-sbnr- o a tho Air Lino. Tho Texas' traffic has little diggintr, but if it applies equally been growing steadily of late, and under and impartially to everybody nnd to all Mr. parsons' management it will doubtproporty thoro is little room for com less show more rapid growth than over plaint. But docs It? before, 'It was objected timo and again during Mr. Parsons is much pleased with tho tho discussion, by such delegates as v Ja- now position ho is to fill, nnd a good cobs, DcIIavent Burnam by tho wisest part of yesterday afternoon ho was kept and most consprativo that all this mat- busy shaking hands with thoso who a ter was purely legislative, proper to bo few hours before had condoled with him dealt with only by the people in their on account of his coldblooded decapitaGeneral Assemblys as occasion required, tion. and entirely out of place in tho organic law whoso solo province Is to fix tho Purifies tho blood, increases tho circu-laticgreat land marks of liberty and of good expels poisonous humors nnd government. Why not leave all this to builds up tho system. AVhat more do you "Betho people to whom it belongs ? want a mcdlcino to "perform? Do.AA'itt's macause," responded the Sarsaparllla Is reliable. Sold by G. AV. jority, "wo distrust tho legislature, (that Short. ' is, the people) wo distrust its capacity to act sensibly and wo distrust even moio l.nvo Will I'liid ii Way. its honesty. It Is bought up by corpor"AVo havo many funny things to conations and tak.es freo passes from railtend with," remarked a policeman near roads." Is this a misrepresentation of ono of tho lorries tho other night. "A the temper of tho convention ? Read little wlnlo ago a very pretty girl of tho following colloquy from tho official nbout 17 years of ago came to me and said sho wnnretl mo to arrest her father. record of March 27th, page 37 : I ..rrived at tho hovso I found a Mr. Mackoy "Why should not tho When man who proved to bo tho girl's father entire matter bo left to tho legislature ?" on tho floor, nnd n nicely dressed young Mr. Bennett Young "I do not man sitting on his breast. much in legislature." "1 aslcod what caused tho trouble, Mr. M. "Would It not bo well for tho when tho young woman spoko up and said her father had offered to interfere convention to abolish tho legislature?" Mr. Y. "If I had it in my power,' so with her keeping company with tho to lock him far as proper, I would make an eflort in young man, and threatened out. Betwoen them they had thrown that direction." tho rebellious pirent on tho floor, pinionMr. M. "Tho tendency of the coned him and then sho had hurried for vention seems in that direction." police protection. I told the father to get up nnl then put tho bracelots on Mr. Y. "AVo have gono pretty far." So it was, this feeling prevailed. Thro' him. Then the daughter caught mo fear tho legislatures would bo corrupted around the.neck and begged mo with cheeks not to arby tho railroads mid for no other rcawn, tears running down her rest her father, and tho old man said ho tho Chapter of Rovcnuo and Taxation was only in fun. I complied. Such is was engrafted in tho constitution. human nature." Philadelphia Press. Ninety millions more of tho people's Clgur AhIiiih flood fur Hcurlburii. household goods aro subjected to tax, A gentleman, who Is a very heavy and nil proporty is to bo taxed at its full valuo. Rathor hard this, but fair as it smoker, did u pecidiar thing in my tho other day. Ho knocked off applies equally to all, ono would pay. presenco nportlonofthewhltoash.it tho endpf to tho end of the chapter. his weed Into his hand nnd without But read on Tho very last provision, Sec. 189, demore ndo HWidhiwe.1 It. I naturally clares thiB: "Nothing in asked tlia misnn for this remarkable contained shall bo so construed a$ performance and, to my surprise, learned g that it is a sure euro for tho heartburn to prevent the General Astembly from by law how railroad ami 11, 11. which Bometlmej overtaken tho devotees Not being afflicted in that property thall le nwnwl, nnd how taxes of tobacco. not care to try tho remedy, way, I did thoreon shall bo collected." but hasten to communicate it to my Every man and beast and thlpg In tho fellow smoker?. My informant was nt Commonwealth is taxed to tho highest ono thno cnued in tho cigar importing notch by tho uuchangoahlo, Iron rulo of bubiness, mid "was accustomed to test tho constitution, excepting the railroad, clgiuu by tho score. IIo Informs mo and these aro left to bo assessed high or that ho learned tho curious fact in question In Cuba, where tho remedy is low, or not to bo nsscsscd at nil ns tho habitually used by tho Dons, who breatho caso may bo, by these Bamo venal, as much tobacco smoko as they do air. legislatures of which they Now York Star. were so sorely nfrald. Ono would have supposed that tho opposito courso would Do "Witt's Little Early Risers never have been pursued, that tho inflexible gripe or cause nausea. Mild but sure, law pf tho constitution would havo been assist rather than force. Best little pill offered to the musses, hut ono can no for sick headache, chronic constipation, more toll, it seems, what n vhtuous de dyspepsia. Sold by G, W. Short. war-whoo- wild that tlio tragic summary dismissal was announced in rago manifested by the constitution tho Courier-Journyesterday morning, builclors against the wicked railroads and tho news was only a few hours old Mas only assumed, that" in fact their when Mr. McCracken, President of tho Is possible, after nil, al .. It days only. Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. wortli 10 to 15. Wo havo just received a. very largo and beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. i yards wide formerly sold for 2? cts. WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which wc arc closing out at Fine Persian Lawns and Mulls 12. to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. prices which will astonish you. b India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 'to 20. Bleached Cotton best brand Hope 8 cts. worth 10. Lodics'-BlacCorsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. , Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12.V. In Dress Goods wo are displaying Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-sove- n Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts, up. nn assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to 75 cts. nnc solid Colors at unprecedentcdly low 35 cts. to $1.00 por yard. Also a full Hue Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. Lawrence Parsons Made Freight traffic All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days only. . .(Don't prices. Call and see tho beauties we aro of AVhito Skirting Goods, ranging In fail Manager of the L St L. and T. to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this aucprices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. The- Courier Journal says : Lawrence displaying. Calicos, including Indigos nt 5 cts. tion closes. Wc mean business and will do what wc say. S. Parsons, who on Wednesday was re Respectfully. per yard. & MEADOR, lieved by President Mackoy as General Main Street, Freight Agent for tho Air Lino, was HARDINSBURG, KY. Wo havo just received a beautiful lino of yesterday morning appointed Freight Tralllc Manager of tho Louisville, St. They will sell you Ginghams for S and 9 cts., worth 10 and 12. Calicoes, best Chambray styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth 6 to 7. Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 lor the next tc.i FOR THE NEXTTEN DAYS. "? WITT IYIEADOR, DRESS GOOPS. WITT i the Rail- - tires from tho one road, he will take up his service with tho other. Mr. Parson's Louis and Texas, and on tho day ho re- Spring- - Clothin; MOOKMAN & BEELER, GLENDEANE, Which we aro selling at prices which astonish every one who examine tho lino. In GROCERIES wc lead in prices, wo arc selling them regardless of cost. Call and sco our line, the most complete ever brought to the country S3 Iffiv(PiJlfIi xjn. p but "sound and fury signifying ing?" Let us sco about this. noth- KY. tax-paye- Wo aro also agents for tho Celebrated ''Studebaker" wagons an tho "Oliver Chilled" Plo'w. Wo soil tho Horse Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grado of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our prico before buying. Wo will savo you from 10 to 15 por cent. A Success, Cleaning Colored Woolen. Royal Gormetuer is established as a Four ounces of whito castile soap, four xemarkablo success. Thousands of testiounces of ammonia, two ounces of alco- monials attest its virtue. Many of theso hol nnd two ounces of glycerine. Shavo aro given by men and women of tho tho boap in ono qrart of water over tho fire. AA'hen dissolved add four quarts highest standing in the most honored of rain vitfer, and when nearly cold tho walks of life. other ingredh nts. Bottle und keep in a In tho midst of a flourishing and rapcool place. Ono cup of this mixture In idly Increasing business, tho prico is retwo quarts of water will bo sufficient for duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This ordinary use. Now lay tha goods on nn is done in tho interest of thoso whoso old Bhcct, nnd Iron rapidly and lightly on tho wrong side, roll tightly circumstancesln life deter them from on u curtain pole or any rouud pieco of paying tho higher price. Tho rich will wood. If this Is carefully done you do buy it at any price, but tho managers away with tho creases made by folding. feel that a medicine, which possesses For black silk or cloth dissolve ono such wonderful powers should bo placed of borax nnd ono tablespconful within tho reach of tho poor. Many of iDdigo in ono pint of warm water. havo said thnt Gormetuer was tho cheapSpcngo tho pieces well and lay smoothly ono above tho other, nnd, if jiossiblo, put est mediclno on tho market. AVhon it is in tho sun to dry. Ladies' Homo Jour- remembered that a bottlo of Gormetuer and-thent table-spoonf- ul 52 . mWM The largest stock of Saddlery and Ilarness at subsoil prices can be found at tcn-strik- y. We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below wc quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $G.50, 87.50, $9.00 and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. Be WAMiiMTOiDM r , V KISSING IS BECOMING DANGER OUS. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R, R, Co. 'M- - n, makes a gallon of medicine ready for use, it is certainly cheaper than ordiAn Jllortrlo Alarm Clock. An ordinary clock Is electrically con- nary medicino in n bulk, and when tho nected with tho cell bell, which, when it powers of the medicine are taken into onco starts off, doe3 not stop ringing un- account, tho prico amounts to almost til tho circuit is broken. As this can nothing. only bo accomplished by one's getting Gormetuer is tho coming success that cut of bed, the chances for tho appa- has already come. Ask your druggist ratus to accomplish its mission nro ex for it, and if ho cannot supply you write cellent. A great ndvantago this invene, tion possesses over tho common alarm to E. M. Coleman, General Rcpresena-tlvLouisvillo Ky.. Send for hook conclock is that tho alarm does not require nny winding to set it, but is ulways taining particulars and history of wonready to pirform its work at tho appoint- derful cures. ed hour. Boston Tianscript. nal. A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet breath, good appetite, vigorous body, pure blood and good health result from the uso of Do AVitt's Sarsaparllla. It Is sold by G. AV. Short. II. id Tomjiorii. St. Josci'ii, Mo., June 17. Mrs. Ella Churchill complained to tho Board of y Police Commissioners that last Tukliiir Effect Joseph Martin fired at night Patrolman 1390 At 5;00 o'clck A. H.. 5unday,yo7.30. her daughter's lover while he was in the act of kissing her daughter. Mrs. ChurchWttt Bound Train! Eatt Bound Train ill avers that her daughter is engaged to 51 S3 M Mall 4 tho young man, and if ho wants to kiss Kxpr'i Mail Kxpr's STATIONS Hxpr'a Kxpr'i her ho ought to bo allowed td do so Dally Dally Dally Dally Tho policeman claims that ho saw only 025pin 8 U'uiii lv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 05 9 Ouprc 12 60 8 20 85U the man in the dark and thought'ho was 6 40 nciiiutKV 71. OUO 72U Wat l'olnt 121Upin 810 a burglar. From tho 1207pm 8 lf 003 Howard 725 to-da- TIME SCHEDULE X Globe-Democr- -- be-lio- pro-rulin- Thero aro Eorno vices which possess what may bo called a respectable exterior: thoy succeed occasionally in borOF rowing tho garments of somo neighboring yirtuo and passing themsolves off ns relat'ious of his. liven when their char-actgenua of Moilenty. A us faults cannot bo denied, peoplo "You would hardly beliovo what silly nro found to palliato them and minimize ideas Bomo rough, uneducated men havo their .evil tendency. Among such sins about propriety," sdd tho nurse, as sho are envy, jealousy, prido and bad temCapital Stock $25,000. smoothed out tho pillow and rearranged per. To say that hucIi a ono has rather gentleness and a a hasty temper, or that ho is difficult to tho bed covers with a B. F. BEARD, PrciiUent. dexterity that recalled to tho patient tho get on with, or that ho Is too foud of WILL MILLER, ministering hand of a mother to hor sick having his own way, is hardly, in tho SI. II, BEARD, Caslilor. boy, "I recollect nursing a big 'long- opinion of many people, to say anything A shoreman when I was in tho hospital, really to his discredit; yet, when we Q. AV. BEARD Directors. MORRIS ESKRIDUE , - -who had an idea of chivalry which, mis- anidyzo that disposition of mind which R. M. JOLLY. J taken and nonsensical though it was, ia commonly called "bad temper" wo yet was refreshing in one of his class. shall find that it is neither more nor less INTEIEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Ho had been in bomo fight in a shop near than tho mahguant desire of making tho river, nnd had received a number.of otho" people suffer pain. Even in tho bad wounds. His antagonist had cut caso of a "hot" or hasty tomper, this is LouisviHe.Hardfnsburg &. Western R R. right for his heart, and had uirulo three true. No ouo would uso nngry words to slashes In his chest. or another if ho did not mean that thoy No. 5 TIME TABLE. "Tho injured man was ono of tho best should wound, and intend to relievo his Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sun lay built men I over saw, and if his chest nngry feelings by tho suffering thoy may geptcmbor 23, 1890. had not been padded with thick mus- cause. Chambers' Journal. Kat lloiiml Train Weil Hound Trulin cles, ha would have been murdered outDally Dally D.illy Dally Tho I'lrnt Iilo.i at I'orpotiutl Motion. right. As it was, ho was in a critical STATIONS, ex Sun. ex bun ex Sun. ex Sun. .xo. z imo. u nonecnurt, a Flemish architect of tho" No.6 No,l condition, nnd only tho best care and treatment could eavo his life. Tho sur- thirteenth century, left a drawing of n 030 m 11 15 m Lv lrvlnjjtnn Ar 9 45 nn 6 45p 12 460 1142 iinruum geons dressed his wounds tho first fow wheel that was to sclvo tho problem of 71f 1 lamed 4 2tl 802 116Sim 737 416 844 junction hSOSpm 7 45 days, nnd then turned tho task over to perpetual motion with this memoran400 12 ia 837 l!urd!ns!mrr 755 mo. I went up to tho patient, whoso dum: "Many a timo havo skillful work3 48 12 23 828 2A Junction ' to contrivo a wheel that shall Sb-815 12 30 Kirk i'ii nnmo was Jackson, tho next day, nnd men tried 300 8 at Jolly 12 47 began to lay back tho covers of tho bed. turn of Itself. Hero la a way to make 010 7 41 220 Glcmleunc 105 0 47 such a ono, by an uneven numborof 1015 Kockvalc 146 720 " 'AVhat aro you doing?" ho asked. 120 120 1211 7 20 ltuth wa mallets or by quicksilver." But unfort'I nm going to dress your wounds,' 12 48 Atkins 712 10 41 lit. unately ho did not leave tho wheel. 1221 Oak C67 I answered. 1101 148 Fw)in his timo on seekers nfter icrpot-ua- l lljMnm i 00pm ArVorilsvillc I.v 0 45a in 12 00n " You, n lady!' ho said in astonishmotion havo been numerous, many ment. '"Of courso; como, no nonsense,' I of them supposod to bo vory respectable THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH L1HE. went on, for ho had grasped tho cover in and Intelligent men. Among the receiv(L. E. & SX. L. R. R.) English aud twenty-thre- e Ids weak hands and was trying to pre- ers of eighty-si- s French patents taken out for perto nrguo vent my laying it back. I tried SHORTEST, QUICKEST with him, but lio blushed nnd said dog- petual motions between 1800 and 1809 AND BEST LINE TO gedly that ho wouldn't let a lady dress were n colonial bishop, n professor of his wounds. I told him ho would dio if philosophy, ono of languages, two barho didn't let mo tuko care of him, but ho ons, a Kuight Templar, n doctor of medAND ALL POINTS said ho didn't caro if ho did, bo I had to icine, two civil engineers, several meSouth-Wes- t. send for tho Burgeon. After soveral days chanical engineers, etc. Chicago Hertho patient was persuaded to let mo ald. Time-Cain Effect Die, 16, 1888, dresa tho wounds, but ho turned crimson Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and Ly. LouUvllle 8:45 a.m...9i00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. when ho bared his chest for me, al...7iJ5 though ho had to expose llttlo more than most diseases origlnato from Impure ArrBt. Louli 7:45 9:50 p.m. Evamvillo 2:25 " n 6odoty woman does when sho wears a bloodn Cleanso It, purify It with Do For farther Uformatlon, eatl on or addreu, ball gown. Well, tho 'longshoreman got Witt's Sarsaparllla and health ia restored, well, and Blnco then I havo been con- strength regained. Sold by G. AV. Short. JOS. S.0DI0RNE, Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Lomivllts, Ky. vinced that tho coarsest men nro not B. L. BRYANT, without Instincts of gentility." New Tr&v, J'aiig'r Ag't, LouUvllli, Ky. Mounich shlit is tho best. YorkTribuue. 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I Tho Wookly Courier-Journ- al 1 11 lias tho largest circulation of. any Deuiocratio Newspaper In the United States and proposes to doublo or ueblo its already Urge circulation. to somo ono a splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Hnndtomo Gold Watch, ABSOLUTELY FREE. Full particulars In Weekly l. Sample copy free, Seud lor ono. Address, W. N. 1IALDEMAN, l'resldent Courier-JournCompany, Courier-Journa- V AND EVERY HOW ? BY DAY GIVING AWAY EACH , u v i. ' i i . Louisville, Kt GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for St. Louis, Evansville West and rd Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cemont, Mich lean Plaater, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil bj the Barrel, Plaater Hair, Fine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handloa, Pine Flooring al ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly Oiled. x S mi'THgi wOirciir,WilT,i- - - j f - - - --.. ' Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1801. JNO. D. & Vmc.II. G. 11A1111AOK, Kdltors and Proprietor. Ij. St. Ij. &?T. Local Tlmn Cnnt. 10.05 -- 11.07 5.53 0 27 11.19 -- 10.0J Mll and Express going East " West ' East Express . " " Weit Local Freight Bait West " j i ' a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. nCOTOCKATIC TICKr.T. (Jorortior - tfoliii Young llrown I.lcu't Governor mtcttell C. Alford V. J. Hendrick Attorney Oonornl L.. C. Norman Auditor Treasurer II. S. Halo ItctrlNtnr I.nnd Office :. II. Ktvniifro Sunt. Pub. Iimtr'n i:. I. Tliompaon Cl'k Court of App'U Abrnm Addnuia For Ileproanutativo D. II. Never Sk.vatoii John G. Curlislo Bays: "In my opinion it would bo n great mistake to ndot the new Constitution ns it now stands." Hon. John Allen Murrny spoke at Shelbyvillo Monday. Tho Courier-Journcorrespondent says his speech was replete with hard bciiko and facta, and should have been heard by every man in tho county. When it comes to facta Judge Murray can plank them down.cqunl to tho next man. al TheJ&inford Interior Journal says: "For 'perspicuous language, absolutely clear, transparent, translucent expression of ideas, commend us to tho new constitution, "When it says a tiling it means that or something else. So wo "need havo no doubt about tho matter. Wo arc only expected to pay our money and take our choice, and when there is a free choice, there is frco speech, and w hero frco speech, frco people." " There is a class of persons in the State who arc especialy interested tn tho defeat of tho now Constitution," says Col. Stoddard Johnston. "The growth of building and loan associations both in number and business has been very largo in Kentucky within tho past few years. Those who borrow money from these associations and who invest in their stock are principally icoplo who can not or do not borrow from tho banks. Tlioy are mechanics, clerks, men and women of small salaries, laboring, men, 'widows and pensioners of small incomo striving to purchase homes or secure their small savings. Tho new Constitution will tax these associations 'as other property,' which is tho same ns taxing the individual on the money ho borrowed, and will again tax the Bamo borrower on tho littlo home ho has built with this monoy. Tho same person therefore, will havo to pay n doublo tax. Every investor of this kind should remember this when ho comes to vote on tho new Constitution." A man who has practiced medicine for ,v years ought to know salt from sugar : read what he says: Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. 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Master Owen Brashenr, of Midway, is spending several weeks with his sister. Tho young people had quite an enjoy-nbl- o hop l.ero on tho evening of the 27th, tilt. Mrs. II. C. Jolly, of Stephensport, is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It! B. Cox. Mr. J. F. Jenkins, of Louisville, spent Sunday in Union Star, tho guest of Miss Cora Bichardson. of Little Miss Ituth Cunningham, Dixie, visited her aunt, Mrs. J. O. Cunningham, last week. Mrs. II. L. Hudson and son, of Eddy-villnro spending tho summer with her mother, Mrs. Marion Baker. Master Willio Biggs returned home Sunday, after n seven months visit to his grandmother, Mrs. Itagsdale, at Evansville, Ind. Messrs It. C. Bichardson, Will L. Mil-no- r and J. A. Haynes went tollnrdins-bur- g Friday to take part'in ngamoof bnso ball on tho 4th. Mr. E. A. Bichardson returned to his homo in Louisvillo Tuesday, after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bichardson. Misses Dora Gardner and Buth Cunningham, accompanied by Messrs Fied Dorsoy and W. B. Gardner, went on an excursion on the steamer Guthrio July 3rd. Mr. It. C. Bichardson nnd sisters, Misses Cora and Lena, attended a rccej-tio- n at Mrs. Isaacs, Stephensport, on tho evening of tho 2nd, nnd reported quite a delightful time. e, Tho Speaking at Brandenburg. Hon. John S. Bhea and Hon. Frank Straus had a joint discussion of tho new Constitution at Brandenburg last Monday. While tho attendance was not largo it was n representative body of tho best men from nil sections of tho county. There were a grjent many ladies present also, who seemed as deeply interested nnd gave as closo attontion to the matter tinder discussion as did tho men. It was Hon Chas. Blandford's appointment and by agreement ho led off in n speech of an hour or mora in which ho attempted to portray the unutterable goodness of tho g. o. p. nnd tho great blessings it had brought to tho country nnd mankind in general. It was a rehash of tho same Bpcech ho mado at Hardinsburg and upon tho wholo about ns good a one ns any man could make considering tho subject ho had to deal with. Mr. Blandford makes a good speech. Ho has convictions nnd w o give him credit for being honest in them and not nfraid to let tho world know what they are. While wo havo no sort of sympathy with Mr. Blandford's politics wo like him as a man nnd countymnn, nnd as a matter of county prido wo accord to him whatever ability ho may have nnd as ho is on that side of tho question wo would much rather sec him present his views in tho able manner in which ho does than to see it other wise. If he was n Democrat ho would bo a good one and tho wonder is Hint ho is not. Mr. Blandford was followed by Mr. Bhea and to say that ho got a "skinning" wo are only repenting Mr. Blandford's own words at tho conclusion of his speech. John Bhea don't minco things in dealing with Bcpublican measures. It is no half way business with liim. Ho fries the fat out and rolls them in their own grease, nnd ho does it in such a graceful good humored-l- y way that you wonder how it is that such a party with such principles continue to liavo nn existnnco. Wo actually felt sorry for Mr. Blandford as did every ono in tho audience, nnd we hope it will be a lesson to him in the future never to tackle John Mien's buz-saagain. After the conclusion of Mr. Bhea's speech ho was followed by Mr. Straus, who said that ho came there to present to tho people his views on tho new Constitution nnd give them n few reasons why that instrument should be adopted. Tliis Mr. Straus did in a very clear, forcible nnd logical manner. Mr. Straus is an nblc speaker and n keen, shrewd debator, nnd to hear his side of the question nlonc, one would think the in strument n perfect gem and had but one construction nnd that trio ono ho plnccd upon it. Mr. Straus spoke for an hour nnd n quarter, nnd had the proloundest attention throughout. Ho mado some strong points and if the instrument as he puts it.was not subject to any other constructions it would bo a good ono nnd wo would favor its adoption without u murmur. But the fact is it has two sides to it and Mr. Bhea in his reply to Mr. Straus showed up its defects in n way that mado it very clear to the minds of n majority of those present that it is not what they want. The people arc not yet ready to surrender their rights ns citi zens. We believe with Mr. Blien, Mr. Carlislo and number of other good men throughout the state that they, the people, arc yet capable of local and are fully competent to enact such laws as are best adapted to their own needs. Mr. Bhea mndo n strong speech in de fence of the people nnd to their rights under n Constitution made solely in tho interest of railroads and corporations. As to the charge of the friends of tho new instrument that ho was a tool of tho L. & N. railroad and sent out by that corporation to make speccches against it, said emphatically nnd in n manner that was very dear to all of his hearers that there was not n word of truth in it. Mr. Bhea said he was not in tho employ of that institution that he did not receive n cent from them or nny ono else, that ho paid his own expenses and did not travel on a frco pass. Tho people of Meade are decidedly against the now instrument nnd without a very great chnngo will poll a majority of five or six hundred against its adoption. HARDINSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. (l.IIAIIIIAUi: L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIKO IMHor WKST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnibnrg..l2:05 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) nrr. " .. 7:48 n.m, OOINO RA8T. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " ..3:55 p.m. Misses Alico and Clara Bcardsloy nro visiting Mrs. V. Daniel. Miss Ellen Foote is visiting her sister, Mrs. V. G. Bnbbngo. Miss Maud Smith, Stephensport, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Alex Mendor, Big Spring, is visiting hero tliis week. Miss Blnncho Frymlrc, Union Star, is visiting Miss Bell Buzby. Mr. Bobcrt Guthrie, Owcnsboro, is hero visiting his parents. Messrs. McGco nnd Ditto, Brandenburg were in tho city last Saturday. Miss Carrio Owen, Falls of Bough, is visiting Miss Lillio Scott. Mr. Wndo Thurmnn, Louisville, is spending a few days in tho city. Dr. N. C. Mosley went to Daviess county last Friday to visit his mother. Thero were 3,000 pcoplo at the picnic. Tho railroad brought in over a thousand. Tho young folks were given n social at Mrs. Btuby's residence last Friday evening. Tho picnic Inst Saturday was tho largest gathering here since tho Centennial Celebration. Miss Helen Brashcar, Stephensport, and Miss Buin Bennett, Irvinglon, are visiting in tho city. Misses Ellen nnd Lettn Hcrndon, of Louisville, nro in tho city visiting Judge Adkisson's family. Misses Lizzie Mathony and Emma Kurtz, Webster, and Miss lAttlo Kin-cniElizabctlitown, aro visiting Mrs. of baso ball last Saturday resulted 12 to 5 in favor of Hardinsburg. Struck out by Hook 11, by Owen 7. Hoino runs, Beard 2, Bichardson 1. Tho gnmo" was an interesting ono nnd was witnessed by nn immense crowd. Tiibv Say That Monroe has n few peanuts left. That Beard & Co. were cleaned up in the straw lint line. That we arc going to haven new tin shop in town. That Miss Jesse Mercer is expected home in n few days. That sixty-sevetickets wcro sold in Louisvillo for this place. That everything on Story's train was loaded when she went out. That Alex West wears a broad grin over last Saturday's business. That Monroe nud company caught 'em com'en and n gwi'en, and nro in the swim. That they iind a little of cvrything out nt the depot from dark until ten o'clock. That the city council had better get on to this railroad street before bad Heather. That there were four policemen on duty nnd they let every drunken sun of a buggar get away. That. Bill Bell missed it by not putting a lemonndo stand down on tho pike nnd scooping in tho niekles. That the crowd from Glendenn, Falls of Bough and other points down thero was u honey. Oh sho was ! That somebody kicked n holo in the balloon before it got here, nnd ns for Jiill llreckenndgo ho had never heard of this thing no how. i I'etrie. The gnmo LONG BRANCH. Miss Lilly Shncklett is expected to visit here this week. Mr. Abrnm Ditto, Jr. and family spent tho Fourth among fiicuds at Brandon-burg- . Mr. J. II. Sullivan made n flying trip to Long Branch, nnd spent a half-da- y with friends. Bain is badly needed in this paitof tho county, and many fear that thero is going to bo a drouth. Our old friend Sim II. Dooley, Esq., who has been and is yet, engaged in business in tho Buckoyo State, is visiting his father, Mr. W. L. Dooley. Miss Mary Bickcrstaff, accompanied by her cousin, Sissy McFnrlnnd, left for Gmhampton on tho morning of tho Fourth to bo absent several weeks. They will bo greatly missed at this place. Tho glorious Fourth has come and gono. It was celebrated in n variety of wnyB by the residents of this place. Many gavo vent to their patriotism by attending the different picnics, others remained at homo nnd entertained their visiting friends, of whom there was a number. Mr. Hendrick at Hardinsburg. Tho 4th of July was celebrated at Hardinsburg last Saturday in great stylo. Thero was no fourth of July oration, or spread eagle flights of fancy indulged in by nny one, typical of such occasions, but those who were thero nnd listened must bo willing to conrcdo tho fact that thero w ere borne soud, plain nnd triitlisi-u1ge- d in by tho speaker for th day, the Hon. W. J. Hen-dricJIo was in good trim, had tho crowd to himself nnd ho delivered n telling Democratic speech. Whatever mny have been said of tho time and the occasion, the situation here called for just such a speech as Mr. Hendrick delivered. A few more like it would bo followed by good results. There is nn eflort on tho part of many of tho ring lenders in tho county to get tho minds of the peoplo diverted from tho mnin question beforo them nnd thus creato disorder in party lines. In this they may bo successful, but as Mr. Hendrick said thero is n world of truth in tho doctrine wo teach, and tho only hope for tho oppressed of this land is strict ndherenco to tho Democratic principle whatever may bo said to tho contrary. This is the only party Hint ofl'ere relief to tho peoplo of tho South and West, nnd so sure ns timo moves on it will work their delivemnco nnd bring about tho reforms they nro demanding. Hero in Breekenridgo our majorities nro ns but n drop in the bucket to tho great party nt large, but we as those elsw hero havo a bit of prido in party ascendancy and should struggle to rnirntnin it. Let us as Democrats therefore lay asido tho side issues nnd come up to tho mark like men and support tiio nominee. con-vineik. A New Baby Born in tho Dry Valley. Wkiistkii Ky. Juno 20th, 1891. Enrron BnixKhNiumu: Nkws. Dear Sir: Wo attended n meeting of tho F. M. B. A., nt Wnlnut Grove on Saturday the 27th, for tho purpose of observing the nntics of the new baby, Christened tho l'coplo's Party, tho kid is in good hands in that part of the lord's Bailiwick denominated the Dry Valloy; ho has for wet nurse Mr. Asia Hnrdin, tho parents of the youngster hnving selected him owing to his peculiar fitness for tho position nnd general good health. Manager Dr. Georgo Mercer being regular physician, Brother Hnrned being God Father. The kid is looking as well as could bo expected, from tho fact that ho is now teething nnd is nlso suffering with summer complaint; tho Bummer complaint being rather bad, it greatly taxes tho energy of Mr. Warren Miller, who ns laundry man, lias tho kid's linen in clinrge. I overheard him telling tho nurse thai it took him a wholo day Inst week to do the washing ; ho also asked that a deputy bo appointed, as ho thought his strength would bo overtaxed if tho child should grow worse. Tho strength of the wet nurse is also giving way, from tho fact that Dr. Mercer notwithstanding tho fact that the baby is well grown and hnsBomo teeth which is nnturo's call for solid food, yet tho Dr. will not allow it fed ono particle of solids, any meats is especially tnbooedNowing to tho scrofulous condition of tho littlo fellow's blood, tho same showing itself in tho form of a largo soro under tho left ear. Tho diseaso was precipitated and located nt tliis point by tho unwiso nttempt of tiio Dr. to engraft upon its constitution a littlo of th'at old and exploded idea that the Government is daddy to tho pcoplo, tho siiid attempt being in tho form of a lymph formulated from tho 2 per cent, land loan scheme compounded with o Government swindle. Tlioy nro now trying to euro up the soro witli shinplastcrs taken from the National Banks, taken altogether tlioy arc having n hnrd timo with that baby. If tlioy would tako my advice tlioy would turn it over to some good old Democratic mother in Isreal and let her raibo that baby according to her own very proper notions, she would not bo trying such foolish pranks with it. She would give him catnip ten when he had tho colic nnd a little old fashioned castor oil for that summer complaint, nnd lo I what n chnngo would forthwith appear. Mr. Miller would bo relieved of his arduous duties and tho largo quantities of canton flannel would toon becomo n surplus for their present use, nnd could bo appropriated for winter shirts nnd underwear for tho dear littlo fellow. His disposition and general appearance would also bo greatly improved, he would soon bo n colicsomo healthy infant that ovry body would pet, nnd grow up inton strong man ready for a long and useful life, instead of being doomed ton short fitful existnnce, to die nnd be buried nnd forgotten in a few short years, with nothing but tho brambles briars and broos-edg- o of his native heath for a monument, nnd lay hero thou I starred offspring of ambition nnd mismanagement for mi epitaph. Seo now how you nro codling nnd spoiling him. Oh ! yo reformers of tho nurseries of the world, you nro sparing tho rod with him nover beforo excelled, not even allowing nny one to wink nt that baby, every one who speaks of it must speak only in tho most fulsomo praiso or ho will bo immediately called to order by Car Asia, who, when it comes to shutting off debate is such an adept that his honor T. B. Bccd could obtain nny nniount of pointers. Oil ! yo y reformers of tho politics of with principles that" you can't defend nnd which you, that is if you have nny, cover from nttnek by tho cowardly dovico of shutting off debate. Oh yes you nro afraid boino body's feelings will be hurt by reference to tho old parlies, notwithstanding tho fact that each and every ono of you swear that there is neither Democrats or Bepublicans among you, really incongruity is certainly thy namo, consistency thou hast not, reason you havo eschewed, vagaries hast thou taken to thy breast. Freely allowing any ono to curse tho old parties, i. o., the same .Mr. Wheeler's speech, but no ono must say oiio word in their fnvor, especially, must ho not compnro them with your pet bab to tho disparagement of that precious infant. No speaker must notico that tho baby is that his toes turn in, that ho is cross-eyethat his nobo turns to ono bide, or in fact no speaker must in any way alludo to his many and umplo imperfections or ho will immediately bo called to order, us was brother Adkisson. Again wo will exclaim, Oil ! yo reformers. Ex-.- F. M. 11. A. frec-trado sub-treasuware-housbow-legge- BEWLEYVILLE. Quarterly meeting in town Sunday. Mr. E. E. Hardawny is nt homo from Pndtienh. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Piggott nro visiting in Hardinsburg. Dr. J. Moorman, of Constantino, was in town Sunday. Miss Emma Hodges was at homo from Louisvillo Sundny. Public speaking in town next Wednesday afternoon, July 8. Mr. Jim Arnctt, of Big Spring, attended quarterly meeting. Miss Blnncho Jolly returned from Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. Hunter Hnrdnway is visiting at Falls of Bough this week. Mr. Arthur Walker is'visiting relatives in Gnrnettsvillo tills week. Col. Ed Bennett, of Summcrscnt, attended chinch hero Sundny. Mrs. Peyton Henderson nnd children nro visiting Mrs. Nannie Henderson. Mrs. G. Harrison and children aro visiting relatives in town this week. Dr. David Lewis and wife, of Bluo Ball, wero'in town Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Madalino Yntes, of Pnducnh, is tho guest of her ncphow, Chas. II. Dm-ry. j - "Looking Backward" May be a pleasing pastime but we take more pleasure in "Looking Forward" to the time when the growing population of this city will have become convinced that the best place to buy a)l kinds of Mrs. B. M. Hardaway and children arc spending tho summer with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Cox. Misses Lena Drury nnd Annie Hodges returned Monday from Hnrdinsburg where they have been attending the Normal. Mi&scs Nunnely, Scarce nnd Clayton, of Jcffersontown, arc guests of Misses Sue nnd Jennie Cox. Misses Florcnco Cain and Maggie' Paul went to Hardinsburg Monday to attend tho Normal. Mrs Suo Buter nnd son nnd Mr. Long, ol Louisville, spent Saturday nnd Sundny with Mrs. Hodges. Mrs. J. 0. McCnns went to Elizabeth-tow- n Friday to seo her husband who is quite ill with consumption. ' Bov. Browder, P. E., ol this district, preached to a very attentivo audience nt tho M. E. church of this place Sunday. Mr. W. J. Piggott had n very fine colt kill itself Sunday afternoon by jumping on n picket fence. 3 JzzLGD-E- l IS -- JX 3 VEST'S OLOVERPORT, KY. .:.- - What Docs It Mean? "100 Doses Ono Dollar" means simply 'v.A ". w T !, rb '' ,! ' 4 that Hood's Sarsaparllla is tho most economically medicino to buy, because it gives more for tho monoy than any other preparation. Each bottle contains 100 doses nnd will average to Inst a month, while other preparations, taken according to directions, nro gono in n week. Therefore, bo sure to get Hood's Snrsaparilla, tho best blood purifier. ",.$ 'nl r v ?$? tfj STATEMENT Of the Condition of the Breckinridge Bank, of Cloverport, Ky., at the close of business, June 30, 1691. ASSETS. Dry Goods i StkiiiLuK sssssssssHglM sissssssWlislI' ' ilssssssssH fssssssssssWM Hanking bouse nnd let Overdrafts Suspended debt U nds Duo from Hanks Cash on hand Notes nnd bills dlso't'd Dank fixtures nnd furn'ture $ 110,0112 go 2 672 2! 3,3.15 Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. , 1,292 08 148 75 25 881 04 1(1,942 00 18,941 67 219,178 92 MAniMTIKS, Capital stock Deposits Surplus fund Undivided profits Dividend No. 34 4 per rent, due July 2nd 18W1 Taxes duo July 1,1891 $ 45,100 00 140,028 30 21,000 00 ?Missssss'- ylsBsssssBsst'"'-- ! I aBijb:'1 issssssssEi Are just rccolvlng a great ninny nf tho very best In Dry Uoods, Dress Goods, Notions, A p. More now stylos, htmlouie selections, choice We will gritlfy novelties thnn orer before. your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities in the bargain. 4,21188 801 00 4)4 68 Hl mm mm DRESS GOODS. in. all Wool Dress floods, worth 40e 1a 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth .,...85o Olo 5 pes new all Wool Illk. Henrietta, worth 06o 3(1 219,178 92 Oilfiller of the nbove named bank do solemnly svreur that the above ststetnect Is true to the best of uiy knowledge A, 11. SKILLMAN, and belief. I, A. I). Skillusn, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo, this, the 2Jd day of July 1891. Cius. D. Skilmum, N P. B. C. Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg Monday, July 20, '91, At Ky,, llardlntibiirir, KKSOURCKS. At the close of buslneis June 30th, 1891. Notes and bills dlao'd $70,320 13 4,500 00 Demand Loans Hanking homo nnd lot Fixtures and furniture Due from other banks Cash on band 74,820 3,597 1,440 8,794 7,397 13 50 89 34 34 90,050 20 f.umuTirs. Capital stock Due depositors Undivided profits 4 $ 25,000 00 67,890 44 3,159 76 -- nnd 2.'e, worth twice tho money. In fact we are Headquarters on all kinds of Dress Uoods and I'riunnings. WASH GOODS. Ginghams of all kinds Imported anil Domestic Styles the latest and prices the lowest. And in chnrgo of the Electrical and SurHOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. of tho Medical Instigical Department Extra quality Lad. Hose, regular made worth tute, Louisvillo, Ky., will bo at tho 25o 12Ko. CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., Extra quality Lad. Dlk. Hose, worth 40o 25o Extra quality Lad. Hose, fast black 83 nr pair Misses Lislo Hose, black, worth 3So 20, 2So Ladies' Lisle Hose, blaok, at 48e per pair. II And Itotiirn Every Four Weeks Q., B, Corset, all sites, at 25c. O. Corset, all sites, at 48o. 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Dodgo, of this city, has exhaustion, which unlit the victim for business best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Sack, Frock, Four Button Cutafallen heir to $500,000 left by her grand- or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies Men, Prlnco Straight In way, Albert, all the latest Fabrics. father, tho Into Joseph O. Hodson, of not injurious. For Boys', Youths and Children, wo have anyLondon, England. Sho forwarded proof thing you want, from the lowest to best high of her relationship to her luwycre. nnd grade goods. will receive her inheritance Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fall Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1890. ing of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., arc "Wo nro Mrs. Dodge's lawyers, and by perfectly eradicated without using mercury or her seeing our advertisement, becumo other injurious drugs. BRANDENBURG, 'KY Urinary Gonorrohca, Gleet, Stricture tho agents of her good fortuuo. If your and Kidney trouble arc speedily and allby tre cured nnccstors came from tho old country, that baa never failed. writo us nnd incloso SI for our list of He undertakes nn incurable ciscs, but cures Summer Excursion Bates to Clover-po- rt heirs. Thero nro inoro than half a bil- thousands glvin up to die, For Tar Springs. Ilememhcr the date and come early, ns his lion dollars in Great llritian and GerCommencing Saturday, Juno 20th, nnd many, unclaimed, which rightly belong rooms are crowded wherever ho t.ton. Consultation free,. Correspondence solicited. continuing until closo of August tho L. to peoplo in tho United States. and confidential. ADDHKSS, St. L. it T. railroad will sell tickets to BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRV OFFICE, Mkmc.u. it SunaicAi. Institute, Cloverport nt ono faro for tho round trip, 104 nnd 100 Itandolph St,, Xo. liOO Fourth St., LouIbvIHo, Ky account Tar Springs, for tho nftcrnoon Chicago, 111., U. S. A. trains on Saturdays and morning trains A Middle-Age- d IUsm-ki.!.r) I, M. II. Heard, Cashier of tho above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and t'oll-- f. M. H. IlIUKD, Cashier. Subttrlhed and sworn tn bofore me this, the , 30th day of Juno 1891. Jso. P. Notary l'ublie. EPIIEI'SI Oil FITS (OBEI! our Nellie Bly, Sewed Shoes, In Sutton and Front lace, all sites. We have a large and well assorted stock of Low Shoes in Oxford Ties, Slippers, .to. f Positive Guarantee. Blood & Skin Diseases to-da- Geo.Yeakel&Co., ..-- ) IOO Dosos Ono Dollar A Called Meeting. Thero will bo n meeting of Y. L. U. of Breekenridgo county in Hnrdinsburg, July 22, 1891, fo tho purposo of transacting important business. The State Lecturer will bo present nnd nddrcss tho body anil exemplify tho secret work. All kindred organiz-atlon-s aro cordially invited to attend. II, W. Caiiman, pros. J. 11. Board, Sec. on Sununys only, good to return on SunNotice. dny evening train. S. A. Wikei, Parties visiting tho Tar Springs, who G. 1. A. nro not guests, will bo charged 23cts. ndmlssion feo for tho u'sa of tho water C'tiniiKG or luldrcs. WI10H your prtpur clinHeod and grounds. I cannot olTord to keep'tho lllll ah grounds clean and allow persons who UlWHV.XUlVUtllO AUvhvm well hm ihu pout" MiivadUrckK. county and Mum.irlvo aro not guestB tho privileges of tho arric. In If papur not rceulyod roKulurly' no. grounds without compensation. erdor-InaradilrekH- nr ' Respectfully, Juno 25, 1801. " 0. "V. Jordan. Buy tho Monarch Shirt. n- - Kf -- .c . MUMriUbUMMMriMMkdU I00AL BREVITIE8. BRANDENBURG. ftp- - r 's , -- , 'jy County court convoned Monday. Smoko the World cigar. f Honry WIntor. Wm. J. Wintor. in John M. Borntraegor. Mr. Press Grinncll was at home for A nice line of pants.Sulzer's tho 4th.' w Hot weather garments. Sulzcr's. Mrs. M. O. Green had n family ro Low-cshoes, 50cts. pair. Sulzcr's '"' mi iK union the 4th. Ladies Blippcrs, GOcts. and Mr. Henry Lewis, of Guston, was in ! Surah challlo beauties a big bargain. town Monday. Sulzcr's. Mr. James McFarland spent Saturday Gontlcmons' summer coats and vests. and Sunday here. Bring out the big cannon, the little cannonf and fireworks Sulzcr's. v Our town was full of visitors latter galore, The day vc celebrate the glorious Fourth comes but When - jhe Newspaper Man. part of last week. From the Speech of ' I I Vu once a year; no more. If you arc going to picnic Mr. R. C. Craycoft, of Big Spring, was The tiQvropapcr man Is tho lord of creation, moulilcr of public opinion and lcw The in town'Monday. and who is not you must have a light coat, cither Alpaca, One morn In the midst of n church conRrcijal Miss Winnie Green visited Miss Altlia In search of the nj The next nt a prlic fight Seersucker, Pongee, Cccilian or' some other thin, cool fabric-YoBoth tho method and results when He spu.iki, and tho world stand in nwe ai Willis, last week. Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant Wi'llfWbucB, ui J.UXUH, Will MjieuiC Mr. Ed. Whalen, of Flaherty, visited will want nn Outing Shirt and Summer Cravat; you may r7- and refreshing to tho taste, and acts at Samplo Saturday, July 18, on tho re .our burg Wednesday. At Washington, D. C. jfi gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, want an entire Suit, or no matter what you will want in the form movement of tho People's party. Mr. Henry Bungor, of Hardin county, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysMr. D. W. Fairlcigh, of Louisville, was in town Tuesday. line of Clothing or Furnishings, come to our store, buy what tem effectually, dispels colds, headcamo down Saturday, to spend Sunday aches and fevers and euros habitual of Flaherty, was Miss Ella Flaherty, you want and save money. with Ids family who are the guests of constipation. Syrun of ,;,g8 is tho hero Tuesday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Babbagc. only remedy of its kinu ever proMr. Geo. Worland clerks for our new Tho Bentley Bros, at Fisher's Hall toduced, pleasing to tho taBto and acv firm Gough & Nevitt. morrow night. ThlB is ono of tho best ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Miss Deo McGhee is visiting Miss Rco road. Remember tho its action and truly beneficial in its troupes on tho 1 The Siaie the Country Being the Order, Washington at Irvington. effects, prepared only from tho most dato and go out and hear thorn. healthy and agreeable substances, Miss Jennio Eartus visited relatives Tho Kentucky Heating and Lighting I its many excellent qualities d Ttr.. Company of Louisvillo havo decided to and friends hero last week. ...i m it to all and havo mado it sink ten now gas wells in Meade county. from a IW I Mrs. Flora Iliso has returned tho most popular remedy known. Tho work is to bo begun at onco. visit of jsovcral weeks in Ind. for Bnlo in 60o Syrup of Fift ? Director R. R. Pierco ol tho L.. St. L. Miss Bcttio McGlice, of Irvingron, is ,nn T and $1 bottles by all leading drut;-gis,tr,ll ,-ATro,.,r nnfl P S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY XU HX11 & T. was at louisvillo Monday attending visiting Miss Jennie Hardin. UVU1J lUUUj tVUIIJUU'I kV1-Any reliable drugpist who . Ul a . a 1 1 W j JJ a mceeting of the Board ; tbo business of Meado may not havo it on hand will pro-eur- o Teachers examination p. hi n r,n f. m.n ft wit.h y.ft.r iW--, -,.vvwr , , wj. s w f w pf which was Bmoothly and satisfac'orial-l- y county was hold here Saturday. it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. transacted. Do not accept GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION t Master Will W. Richardson, of LouisSTEPHENSPORT. Mie any substitute. The best gas well in tho field was villo, is visiting relatives and friends To the Seashore, via L St. & T. and. i . ini grounds of tho Cloverport CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Btruck on tho Bain is very much needed. Mr. Will Grinncll will continue with C. & 0, Routes. Ap- K SAN ERANCISO 1. CAL. Brick plant last week. This well alono tho now firm, Messrs. Gough & Novitt. J. II. Lay was in Hardinsburg SaturLOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, H.t. will savo to that plant in fuel alono Whito Sulphur Springs, Hichinond, Mrs. A. Morcman went to Nelson day. nearly $50 a day. Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited county Saturday for a visit of a few days, Miss Ida Hanks returned homo Mon- en route. A special train composed of g at FishM. There will bo a elegant coaches and Pullman sleeping 8 first-cl- ass Miss Nellie and Mr. Orloy Green, of day. er's Hall next Saturday of both citizons Louisvillo at 1:30 p. m. Miss Kato Hawkins was at Hardins- cars, will leavestreet of louisvillo, aro at homo'for a weeks visit. from Seventh and soldiers to arrange for a reunion depot, Wednesday, August 12, '1)1, reaching Old Point ComHon. Charles Blanford, John Rhea burg Saturday. tbo Bluo and tho Gray in this city noxt Office in Dr. White's old stand up ttairi. Tho Bcntly Bros's. will give us an fort noxt evening at 0:30. fall. Thero should bo a full attendance. and Frank Straus spoke hero Monday. OLOVEBPOBT. KY. Round trip rates to Old Point only Mont., cntainment Mr. Sam Hardin, of St. Joe, Tho tobacco crop in this county from $15.00 from Cloverport. Passengers will Miss Helen D. Brashear was in considerably is visiting his brother, Dr. John Hardin. leave Cloverport on regular trains at 10:03 what wo can learn will fall S. S. "a ' vTfc last week. Tho train will bo run under tho aubelow an average -- crop. Reports from Mrs. Geo. Carpcrko and Mrs. Sallie n spices of tho Chcsapeako Sc Ohio R'y some sections sav that a fourth will bo Clarkson returned from Eli7abcthtown. E. T. Haynes and daughter, Ruth, & Coiniiany, in chargo of Mr. W, A Wilwitli a 1 Next Tho Sulphur well is again tbo popular spent Friday in Louisville. door to Breckcnridge all they can possible make even gus, Traveling Passenger Agent, formerly Office j Bank. favorablo season. Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Andrew Crawford and daughter, of Hopkinsvllle, Ky. Reduced rates nt resort, especially on Sunday afternoons. fc tho llygcia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, Capt. A. J. Gross sold his crop of 4,500 Mr. Win. M. Ditto and family and Ida, went to Louisville Friday. can bo secured upon presentation of C. & bushels of wheat last week at 00 cents. Mr. Frank Ditto Sr., went to Cloverport Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Laeser, of Louis- O. special scashoro excursion ticket. Ken Wathen about 2,000 bushels at 80 Sunday. Special attention will be paid to ladies villo, arc in town visiting relatives. cents and W. M. Ditto 1,700 bushels at Mis3 Lula Mudd, of Louisville, is vis- - without escorts. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1891 Misses tfula Mulin and Fannio Price 85 cents. Tho crop is being threshed as Sleeping car accomodations will bo havo returned from a visit to Vino iting her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Brashear, rapidly as possible and (ho farmers are Erovidod, but in order to havo choice of Grove. PERSONAL. Mrs. Allio McGary, of Louisvillo, was should bo mado to W. selling as fast as they get it threshed. Mr. T. A. Robinson spent tho" latter tho guest of h'cr sister, Mrs. G. W. Bark-l- A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Louisover-ha- ul ville, Ky., at once. Sleeping car rates Mr. J. K. McCrackcn, President of tho part of last week with his sister, Mrs. last week. Geo Boyd went to Chicago lust week. will bo $4.00 for berth, Louisvillo to Old Paving Brick Co., last week S. C. Malin. Miss Mamio Washington, of Irving- Point to bo occupied by ono. or two perClint J. Cox, Stcphcnsport, was in tho Clovcrpoit . . tec ived notice of striking a big How of city Monday. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Reiman entertained ton, is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. sons; louisvillo to Clifton Forgo $1.50 to of tho satisfactory bo occupied by one or two persons. gas in their well here, relatives from Louisvillo the latter part IJobt. Vaughn. Bqv. "V. K. Pcnrod spent tho 4th in Special sido trip excursions can bo test mado of the brick, and of tho award- of tho week. Miss Violet R. Miller spent Saturday mado from Old Point at low rates. Ilawtsville. ing of the contract by tho Mayor, all the Miss Katio Leslio and brother, Harry, and Sunday last at Hardinsburg, guest Tho route is through tho canons of Mis3 Lizzio McGnvock is tho guest of samo day, and it is said has stood several AT New River, along picturesque Greenbrier of Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Thurman Smith. Hoyle. x Miss Jessio inches taller since. river, passing White E. Bondih-antTho Misses Goldstein, of Henderson, crossing the AllegheniesSulphur Springs, was in Mr. J. J. Tilton, of Owcnsboro, and Bluo Ridgo Tho Courier Journal of yesterday Sheriff and Mrs. J. D. Hardin and son and Miss Minnie Funk, of louisvillo, Mountains and beautiful Shenadoah and tho city Saturday. tests of tbo vitrified brick says, "the rePiedmont valleys. aro visiting Mrs Lee, Isaacs. Judge John Allen Murray went to lias arrived from tho Polytechnic School Guy, went to Concordia Friday and. Stop-ovprivileges will bo granted on mained 'til Sunday. Worth-am- , Misses Emma Mosely, Jakio Shelbyvillo Sunday. at Tcrro Haute, Ind., and that the tho return trip, enabling excursionists to Lizzio Mosely, and Mr. Will Madra, visit Richmond, Whito Mrs. Agnes Rickctts and grandson Sulphur Springs, Itov. I. B. Timburlake, of New Albany, Cloverport brick, which was offered at Curtis Black, of louisvillo, aro boarding spent Saturday at Hardinsburg. and other celebrated resorts. $10.72 per thousand, stood as good a test Ind., is in tbo city. Tho choice of routes between RichMr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams, of Mayor at Mr. B. Mattingly's. or Norman Culloy, Louisvillo, spent tho as any, and y Sheriffs Hardin and Wolfolk, went to Cloverport, wero in town Saturday, mond and Clifton Forgo will bo given. Tyler will mako tho award. Excursionists may return either via 4th with Mrs. R. D. With louisvillo Thursday after somo witnesses guests of her mother, Mrs. Paulman. Charlottesville and Staunton, or via I'M. Gregory has just introduced ono Mr. J. L. Satterwhito was in tho city in tho Peggy Taylor caso. Tho celebrations at Hardinsburg Sat- Lynchburg and Natural Bridgo along tho Wm. Cabled.. of tho best advertising novelties that has Sunday. lie's got it bad. C. II. Pumi'iikev, Ureckcnrklgc Co Mr. Geo. Frymirc, of Union Star, urday, wero all right, but no ono can ac James River, Tickets will bo good returning until Miss Lilllo Wrigh't,of Evansvillo, is over been placed before tho American camo up tho 4th and remained over count for tho of tho bal September 3d, 1891- .- Handsome book Out of 2,000 copies printed public. tbo guest of Miss Jennie Keith. with friends hero. loon. descriptive of scenery along tho lino will Saturday thero was not a single ono seen Sunday Mr. Bob McGlotblan, of Irvington. Mrs. Stella Hughes, of Now Albany, Mrs. Kato Taylor who has been the bo mailed to any person upon application to bo destroyed. Tho novelty is a fac' to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, was in the city yesterday. BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. simile of a copy of tho Vicksburg Daily and her sister Mrs. Davis, of Mauckport, guest of her uncle, Mr. James Hiner, Louisville, Ky., or to Agent L. & N. R. R. Mrs. Capt. Ryan, of Louisville, is tbo Citizen, published during tbo war, and wcro in town Wednesday. returned to her home, in Ohio, last 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. II. W. Fuuxn.G. P. A., C. &. R. R $ guest of Mrs. Geo. Wcatherholt. Dr. Haywood, of Louisville, camo week. everybody regards it as a valuable war S. A. WiKni, P. P. A., L. St. L. A T. R'y. Tolophono 449, Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. his relic. As an advertising medium it has down Friday night and remained 'til Norman Couty spent the 4th with Misses Lizzio Mosely, of Louisville, V brother James Couty at Skillman. no equal, as everybody preserves tho pap- Sunday with Dr. Ion Moremen. Jako Wortham, of Leitchfield, and Mr. BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT. Ed. makes it a business to get up Miss Mary Allen, Louisville,- - i tho er. Mrs. Jesso Clarksou and daughter,' Willie Madra, aro tho guests of Miss all kinds of advertising novelties. 'And Miss Jennie, of Big Spring, spent Sun- Emma Mosely. guest of relatives and friends here. John Poole ami Onl'otltlon. I am glad there is opposition to tho Mr. Frank Warfield, of Louisvillo, tho merchant who consults Gregory, day with Mr. and Mrs. E. Wimp. Mantlo Toolo, his wifo J No.:1738, spout tho 4th with relatives and frionds. makes advertising pay big. and Miss Amel document so it will bo thoroughly disMiss Bertio Reiman Notlco Is hereby given that tho abovo nnmod Mrs. John Lyddan, of "Webster, was Fletcher, louisvillo, were tho guest of cussed and thereby bo tho bettor under- John Poolo and Mantle Poole, bis wife, buvo this day Clod in my oBico their joint potltlon stood by tho people. TOBINSPORT, IND. Mr.' Geo. Reiman and wifo Sunday. tho guest of Mrs. A. S. English last week. In equity, praying that tho said court do emam lad to learn that all truo Demo- power tbo aforesaid Mnntlo Poolo to uso, en. I Miss Laura Camp, of Evarisville, visitMr. and Mrs. D. W. Lewis havo gono Farmers arc busy threshing. crats and Republicans are inclined to joy, sell and convey for ber own use and bono-fi- t, friends and relatives in the city last ed to nousc keeping. Their rcsulcnco is any she may or acquiro, Not from theproperty or debts ownher husband, iroo Oats are much improved sinco recent next door to that of Mr. J. W. Lewis. stick to their honest convictions. ? week. claims of tbo 113 years finding out that they aro said John Poolo; to make contraots, suo and . Mr. Alfred Watkins, of renblo, Colo., rain. Quito a number of our inhabitants bo be sued as a singlo woman, to trade in her own J. C. Ryan has gono to Owensboro on colobrated tho 4th by going to picnics at wrong. is tho guest of his sister Mrs. R. E. name, and dispose of her own property by will business. Tho now constitution was presented or doed, and In all respects to act as a kkus Moorman. Grayhampton, Garncttsville, and Guston thereof is hereby in all its goodness by Hon. Win. Minor, soLK. Notlco the UitKCSCRN'Rinoi: ordored for Misa Forrio Hardin and Mr. James G. Tho infant child of Mr. Tom Thrasher publication in Mr. Miko Lyddan, of Webster, was in News. ho showed it up in an eloquont manner Olvon under my hand as Clerk of tho said city was buried Tuesday. Stephens, Jr., of Holt's, were in tho town Wednesday to attend tho meeting - ..jV. Court, this lUtb day of June 1891. and clearly and satisfactory showing his Sunday. Rain is needed or the water melon of tho directors of tho Meado County H. S. Skillmax, Clerk. hearers that it was tho very thing we Deposit. Bank. Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt, was crop will bo short. wanted, from tho fact that most every tiio guest of Miss Bcttio Bowmer last Mr. Win, Forbis and Miss Douglas, body that day expressed themselves in Rev. Collins, of Cannelton, spent bov-crMcElree's Wine of Carduf week. of Garncttsville, were in town Tuesday, favor of it. days hero last week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry HarringDr. and Mrs. Rial, of Cannelton, Ind., and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT cro Mrs. Tom leaf has" been on tbo sick Mr. Will .Miller was in town that day ton., were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. list for tho last few days. explaining clauses of tho wonderful for aalo by tho following merchants in Boyd last week. Mr.. Albert Richardson went to Vino document, to tho satisfaction of tho or Ureckenridgo County : Tbo Methodist hold their last QuarJess Vf. Owen, Cloveroort, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullcy, of Louis-ville- 7 terly meeting hero Sunday. Grovo Saturday for a week's stay. lis dinary reader, that could not exactly O. W. Short, Cloverport. wore tho guests of Miss Nannio partner, Mr. Wado Ditto will spend tho understand it. It is not every reader Urashear fc Lay, Slephensport. Quito a number of persons wcro over IL. tho 4th. Witt A-- Meador, Hardinsburg, week at his homo in this place. Witt that can understand and construe the from Cloverport to tho ball. J. J. Severs, Uolnn Star, Louisville, Mrs. Fannio Holmstettor moved Thurs- meaning of every clauso of n constituJMr. and Mrs. L. W. James, Farmers aro dono cutting wheat. Tho day into tho houso sho recently purchas- tion, '"so it is well to havo somo ono that wcro tho guests of her brother, Mr. David crop is much better than expected. Culloy Saturday. ed on West Hill. Sho has mado consid- docs understand it, to put on tho proper Miss Esther Ackerman, of Rome, erable improvement in tho property. construction." Mr. J. M. Shelman of Stcphcnsport, spent tho 4th in Cannelton with his rel- Ind., camo down to attond tho ball. Mr. S. B. Crecolius has entered tho Tho speaking of tho candidates for Wo havo no price on them; they have got to go. Tho ball at Mr. Ciias. Weatherholt's raco for represchativo of Meado county, Representative at this placo was lightly atives and friends. July .'Ird was well attended and enjoyed as an lndepcndant candidate. Ho was attended, but notwithstanding tho small .' Miss Maggie Fella, of Indianapolis, by all. , S- in town Tuesday on his way to louis- crowd, the speaking was soniowhat heatInd., is visiting her brofher Mr. C. J. Tho ico cream supper at Cockrell's Hall villo. At your own figures. ed tho Democratic nominee D. II. SevFella of this city. p"leasant affair on tho ovo of Mr. Alex Grant, of Lexington, Ky., ers, crowded his opponant Dr. B. Harn-c- d of louisvillo, was was a very Mr. Franklin Ditto, camo down Friday night and will spend to tbo wall, and left him without any tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. J. D. July 4th. Miss Zclla Simons who has been visit- a week or ten days with his sister, Mrs. ground to stand on, as lie (Ilarncd) deBabbago, last weok. ; For all at Popular Prices. M. O, Green, this being their first meet nounced botli old parties, and most reMr. W. M. Evans returned to Louis- ing her cousin in Stophcnsport lias ing for twenty yeais. every body hero belong to one or tho LACES AND villo Sunday after sponding a ycry pleas-- f turned homo. Tho woman Peggy Taylor who was qther of them, and I hopo tho majority Miss Grace Vaughn our popular music ant 4th with his wife. Go to make room for other goods. tried here last week for cutting another this timo will bo found in tho ranks of Miss Lafio Lallcist, after a very pleas- teacher spent July 4th at her homo in woman was cleared, and loft our burg tho grand old Democratic party. . ant visit to Miss Eva Herndon, of Bran- Cannolton, Ind. rejoicing. Tho first jury hung and tho Mr. Waldo Simons has given his second acquitted denburg, roturncd homo Saturday. her. of paint, which adds house a now coat SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH I 4 Mr. W. II. Richardson's departuro Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ditto, Mr. and Mrs. much to its appearance from our town to ongago in business in exAbo Ditto, of Brandenburg, spont SunCbas Aid who has been attending tho louisvillo, is universally regretted, as day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Babbago. state University for tho past year is ho has long been ono of tho leading Mr. John F. Hayes loft last Wednesspending tho summer hero. business men of our burg. May his now day for an extended trip through tho Your correspondent after a delightful vonturo bo crowned with success. North. Ho will bo gono for several Mombers of tho Methodist and Baptist visit of flvo weeks at Newburgh and weeks. 's Sunday schools picniced near Evansvillo bus returned homo. salt woll Thursday, and enjoyed THESE WONDERFUL LENSES 0. T. Duncan, louisvillo,' spent tho 4th making dono Anyone wishing dress Aro tho rosult of years of sclontlflo with his father and mother, 'Mr. and up a merry day in sweet commune with and aro now placod. owinir to in Btylo will do well by calling on thpirsuporlorlty.proomlnontlynbovoovcrjr Mrs. II. V. Duncah, returning Sunday Miss Maggie Allen at Mrs. Florenco nature. An elegant dinner was served thine horotoforo produood In thla lino. evening. on tho grounds and from tho appcaranco Thoyoro acknowledged by exports to bo Simon's. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. IRGriPI'TjriE&IE, most ponoctly oonstruatod I ho flnost nnd and aro pooufiarly adaptod of ompty baskets, nothing was slighted. .onsos KNOWN, Mi. Will Watkins, who has boon tho Miss Lizzio Soucrs, of Cloverport, In tho alternoon tho party was invitod tpcorroetlnfrtho various visual Imnorfoa-tlon- s. Tho best Kilvo in tho world for cuts, guest of ids relatives for tho past two spent A trial of tho kohiNoor will convince bruises, nores,' ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr last week here, tho guest of to Mr. Albert Moreman'a stock barn and youthoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. . wcoks, leaves Friday for his homo in Blanche sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, and all Povic diseases ErtrjPslr Warranted, Frank at her country homo, tho horses brought out for their inspeccured by a now St. Joseph, Mo. corns, and skin eruptions, and positively Frank's Landing. tion. .Tho beautiful animals wero much Tor Snlo by cures Piles, or no pay required. It is and almost painless process. Consula TJio j.icnicera returned a Mr. Thomas Roscncrantz, who has admired. Mrs. J. E. Keith wont to Dwonsboro Absolutely Puro. A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician guaranteed to civo porlect satisfaction, or Hon freo. Call oil are writo for printed monoy refunded. Prico 25 cents per matter. Friday to visit her son Samuel who is tho boon very low with consumption, died littlo weary but declaring themselves Das. II. W. Hkndiiicks and Highest A ercam of tartar baking powder. box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-- , Prescriptions Receive Careful Attention, proud fatlior of a charming ltttlo" datigh- - Monday ovo.. Ho leaves a wife and ready for another such outing in tho of all in leavening strength. C. D. TuFFonn. Laitit U. S. A, Witt, Ilardiiisburg, CLOVKKPOUT, KY, port, Ky., and J. Qotterimient Food JlejMrt, No, 018 Third Street, Louisville, K three children to mourn his loss. ter hot many days old. near future. Ky. ut JyftUPfEc! s O 2HSiMiSJ3S5SSS8MS-AN EXTRACT &4SM&&eG&0S2S &3i33S:i'3. V LJ.X.LaZ5JL i r's. FIZZ ! BANG BOOM ! u Hon. Getupandust, s W T of oom-mon- "Old Reliable" Clothiers ,..i .i. n.i jiir ijeuiDanuusi arose ana saia: jJilJ v--- .-. m. j s. "J ,Trn W ( S. -- rw-V- Sn nvftriflJ . AK i Dr. J, Clayton, mass-meetin- Physician Dr. Surgeon. port, 'iiis House is leading tteneijs al Store in Breckenridge county. plause. His goods are and cheap. My constituents all trade there." cheers. i Watkins, liar-dinsbur- is Physician Surgeon, Breckenridge News, CLOVERPORT, KY. tsrfe3SS&0S3SSS&63a. Harvest is Nearly Here o3e:erSeeee:essgssss y, Now is the time to your Harvesting Machinery and prepare for work. You will find any repairs you may need for your old machines . R. E. MOORMAN'S. , er to-da- He is also agent for the World Eenowned Whiteley Solid Steel Mower. Give him a call before buying elsewhere. CASLER PUMPHREY, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS"! ; ' . -- r THE1 NewConstitution, ,: : is being discussed on all occasions and o will our extremely al Ioat Bargains ZDIEBIESS GrOOIDSI be talked of for the next fifteen days. We are now closing out our Summer Stock of Clothing at rediculous low prices. -- EMBROIDERIES RpYAl We are going to reduce our stock and if you want untold bargains come and amine our stock. Mor-cman- B. F. BEARD & CO., oxpor-Imqntin- tr. Hardinsburg, Ky. IFUjIEJS " POWDER MMALtmAt.. Jt ,;$$ a A.F?! i 'Wa : - r'" ; f yWKiMiaaBtfP aWx.''jrt & aayiywiMMegsgBatiiiMMiiMBiMMg party IMBIIW ':.. lT 1 iJTt ' CTXnJUdM . 'WWW IM ' ' n 1W I. iii nil ITTIT jjE V HHMP P B !&,. - jBr Mt Hfc " - t - k3 jE Hi ?; J Bailey ''Hi Ft M If ft r ' : , 1 Us! bun Anloulon's, llko many others claim greater number, hild I should think Justifiable ;" besides being compactly built it scatters over n largo territory. This, tlio Queen city of the south west; llio Historic city of tlio continent bids Sulla fair to become tlio favored health resort for of Amorica. Tho clhnato Is cquablo aiv Mciv , tcmjcrnloat all seasons, tlio city has an olovatlon of COO feet nbovo tlio sea level, 'Worlh and is situated on tho boixft of tho Jfrxo. many winding SnnantanVn 1'o which fSold has its Origin in huuiliipmril snrimra 21,for which burst o & s iwty $!.qo. only four town tho town. Tv;el vo stool br.Wsc8pan this stream within JNO. D. BABBAGE. thocAtytfuUta, ftinnntonia ta a city of : ERNEST C. BABBAGE, jWffc& anil plazas, brctrtMng p'accs, Manager OmU Fnrnltlilng'i. ornamental with strawVmJcs and will If taken in tlmo "C. C. C. Certain -- 4 in tlmo bo bcautifuV y statuary and Cough Curo" novor fails to cure Cough fountains. At Sacx ICt'dro Springs nat-ur- o and Colds. Sold by J. W. Owen. has left little $ art to do ; this "park "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" is pleasis natures owranl is nt a point whero WED2(ESBA ant to take and harmless. Children like WW v-h-m Fan Pedro, qiflek: flows fortli from tlio it. Guaranteed to curo Chills and Fever. AN ItfTERES KNG LETTER FROM hill BideNhmiunn artificial lake, filled . Sold by J. W. Owen. with lftniVH Mml of fishes, and winding WBfcOXE STAR STATE. liatiil its waters join with tho In overy town of good sizo In Mexico It is a Sixteenth Century Suit full size Bed with an elegant WashA Beautiful Country. Rich. Ponuloun lKM iiJwina through nil parts of tho there are public schools. Theso aro well extra size bevel plate glass, and cheap Furniture a speciMflfc VTllCTO CT J WO til IT! Its sparkling attended, though most of the rich Mexi- er nnd Dresser And Productive. " j Miters greet ac. ,. cans send their children to tho schools of alty. Kentuckians Stay at honjfr.. rcanniHomn was settici uy tlio span-ianthe City of Mexico or to foreign counin IrtW, and Toxas missions were tries, or have private teachers for them; Galveston-- , Texas, Jius31$01. first established by tho Catholic church and to finish their education they aro often sent to Europo or tho United in 171. Kditor BnncKEN-niEOOno of these missions, the 5ws : States. The reat majority aro left at you will agrceaMy permit nit space alaroy nfv standing in tho heart of tho If home, however, and tho schools are well in your paper,, stauM enjoy telling my citjj became the fort for Spanish and filled. home-folkthwugh its wldo circulation ftfcprwrrd American troops. It was the in TJreckwthso and M'cado, something sccno of many battles, tho most memor- Wo Can And Do Don't Bo Gloomy. oftbopeoplo and lyings I have seec, iiuiu was in js.io Wiicn uencnu oiuuu Guaranteo Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for Thoso who arc the victims of mercurAnna at tho head of tho Mexican army it has boon fully demonstrated to tho m learned or toy trip through Texas. ial poisoning, or who arc suffering from Whatever you may need from n wheelbarrow to a thrashing machine. That tliia iffn wonderful State, twnnot of 7,000 besciged it, and whero on the people of this country that it is superior inclined to mercurial rheumatism, are Give us n call. lo doubted;; ,at it is destined to a still 0th of March 18IHJ he carried it by storm to nil other piepamtions for blood distake a gloomy view of life when, as the greater r.rosperity is almost si certainty. after hoi ng driven back threo times by eases. It is apositivo euro for syphilitic poet says, "Winter is folding its white Its la'-jd-a are- - nnsunassct hi richness, Cblorwl Davy Crocket and James Bowie poisoning, Ulcers, E'ruptions and Pimtents and spring getting its thundernp.i its vast acreage was never at any with their 172 heroic comrads, all of ples. It purifies tho whole system and storms together." Yet these victims havo no reason to despair S. S. S. is a time in its history liurdcMHli with n more whom died lighting for Texas and Texas thoroughly builds up tho constitution. Fanners' Supply House, IlAKDiNsnuna, Ky. abundant yield of every agricultural pro- liberty. I stood on tho historic spot For Salo by G. W. Short, Clovcrport. Ky., sttro remedy for all forms of mercurial Interior Journal. poisoning. Though it is purely a vege Notwithstanding the vvlwro Davy Crocket fell, and where and AVitt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. duct than now. La Grippe Again. rain is much needed in nuuy Dowic lay mortally wounded; stood in table medicine, it is powerful, indeed fact that Tirn Treasurer's statement issued Juno parts of the State, wheat which is grown tho cell where Mrs. Dickinson and child During tho epidemic of La GrippoMost when called on to chase mercury, out of iplcntcously in the northern sections L tho oidy survivors of that fearful mas- 13, shows tluit tho cash halanco is $14, season Dr. King's Now Discover' lor tho system. It performs tho work with ' fine ; oats, now , are pronouac-c- i sacre, were driven for shelter and safety, 415,000, of which $22,020,000 is on de- Consumption, Coughs and Colds, proved neatness and dispatch, as thousands of qW&J- Tho bodies of those heroic men were posit with National banks, and $20,250, to bo tho best remedy. Itcports from testimonials show. lull and irfert ; the corn s'alk& buried on tho plaza immediately after 000 is in fractional silver, deducting tho many who used it confirm this stateto tho ground under bend THAIIE Now Zcalum!' Wild Ilnnr. awl weight of their cars. Gnawing is they were killed. The alamo Mission is which items the next cash balance is ment. They wero not only quickly renow tho proiwrty of the State, is intoler- but $1,2:W,000, which is tho lowest "Aboard the ship that carried me splendid ; cattle fa juid sUt, and all o lieved, but tho diseaso left no bad after Zealand to San Francisco yet reached. nature smiles upoif us as ivtl)uiry by, as able preservation, and daily, except Sunresults. We ask you to give this remedy from New thoroughbred Now Zealand wero "six days, open to visitors, on entering you if defying us to hold any Ituir or gratifying a trail and wo guarantee that you will bo If food sours on the stomach, digestion satisfied with results or tho purchaso horses," remarked T. Ilarding McLnurin, and praisegoini; imprcaHHiiiof her works arc attended by a venerable Texan with a wealthy sheepgrower of that British De "Witt's Littlo Early price will bo refunded. It has no equal possession, soon after ho arrived at tho in tho lone star. Oni Uic 17tli of Juno n cigeaaic twixt finger and thumb which is defective. Kiscrs will remedy this. Tho famous lit- in La Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or Grand Pacific hotel.- "And tho owner lato sweet potatoes. Ave to. seven Inches ho SuSraigly tries to light wliilo detailing ! paoducedl u the soil that LtafaSotCKtcd visitors tho event of thut tlo pills that never gripe and ncvordisap-poin- t. Lung Trouble. Trial bottles free af G. expects to accomplish wonders with jKEaxwa-factwreea- . in diameter, Coily Toy 1 I I I I Sold by G. W. Short. At fim W. Short's Drug Store. Largo bottles, theso animals. It is a strango thing to " had already jfWW11! aiwl matured one strugglo lor bfo and freedom. :'&r?oa3) 50c. and $1. many that good horses should bo bred crop of irisb potatoes, this season. Gar- indifiercntlio finally waxed warm under iu Now Zealand. I daro say that when THE TEACHERS BOUIE to TOR- den vegeiahluamay. "bo raised the year the thrilling memory and excited the What A Prominent Republican Says I get to England, and when I relate L ONTO. hearts of Ids listeners to that patriotism Texas. But in this round,, Tho following letter from Hon. Wal- various matters, my friends will answer Inxtuuftus-abounof vegetablu blessings which all Americans should feel. Tho As a point of Via the Cincinnati, Hamilton & ter Evans to Mr. II. A. Oelz3 of this with a statovast incredulity. tho north of plains to tho J note the almost total absence of fruits, citv ball stands upon this bistoric KY. city, which is published by permission of fact Dayton Railroad from Cincinnati. Otago aro tho homes of "They say" peaches grow here, but notn croonds. Four of tho Spanish ISoman itself. It is my place of wild horses that roam A rate of ono faro for tho round trip of Mr. Oelze, explains great herds vestage of of one bavo 1 scon, and not an Catholic Missions two and four miles mighty good rcalin for lnth ftqvibli-can- s about as fearlessly ns did tho mustangs apple. Nor indeed any other fruit, ex- iroin uio cuy are yei suiiMKing,- in rirns has been mado by the Cincinnati, Hamand Democrats : or broncos of your western plains. ! plum ; but to my though that they are. In one, tho Mis- ilton & Dayton Itailroad and its concepting tho "Aro thoy better horses than tho mus Louisvii.i.k, Ky., Juno 23d, 1891. sion of tho conception cervices aro yet nections, to Toronto and return, on accolored) friends this is tho home of the tangs? Well, they are as far above tho Mit. II. A. Oki.zk, Esq., watermelon; red and luscious, as, yet occay,ionly held jmordinj; to tho Cath count of tiio Rational Educational AssoAmerican articlo as tho pure blooded Clovcrport, Ky. ciation meeting to be held in that city, IVW tho Monks wero Arabian is nbovo an ordinary draught )hcy are rather expensive : - .'50 & T0 cts. olic worship. In Dear Sir. A very careful and alto- horso. They aro largo and well built, and banished from tho Missions; the church July, 14, 15, 10, & 17. Tho 0. II. & D. tor n moderate sized one. tho only lino running direct from Cin- gether unprejudiced study of tho propos- therois no uniformity of color. They live Furniture in AVhile all that I have said of the rich yet owns tlio three Missions, except the ed new Constitution has convinced me upon tho rich tassocks and peelie grass from her by cinnati to Detroit is the tlirough-Ca- r variesoil and productive lands ih true. Texas Alamo, which was bought inthat abound on their onco volcanic fields. endless link between the South nnd North and that its adoption would bo very as every state has its poor portrons, soil the State. The early fathers gave the wild horse is a ty. I am now and this conviction "Tho New Zealand with uleepiiig-ttir- s on all nighs trains nnd jurious to tho state, too poor seemingly to even rane broom Indian employment, and built the long good citizen I feel it hard ono to break, but once brought unlines nngulas of which now traverse tho chair cars on daj trains, it invites the is so clear that as a t, der control ho makes n magnificent driv- back at my old corn. The rich earth is black and my duty to oppose it. carriago animal. Cheap too. I easily tilled, except in rainy Bcasons city, being wider from the head of the patronage of all teachers and their (and it has some) ing or reIts good features friends t ho want to go to tho meeting havo seen lieautiful fourteen hand horses stand and Incomes gummy and clinging, I river and San Tedro Springs carrying it 'it should not blind us to its manifold de- sold for fif pounds to bo used for spectfully solicit to tlio rich &dd3 of tho Missouri's. Tlio comfortably nnd expeditiously. Ask thought that I carried a ton of it, so great your local agent for tickets via Cincin- fects, nor to the unfortunate character of coaches. Drecdiiig with imported stock was ita weight on my boot", (now don't old anguAsv aro still used for irrigating produces a variety such as would bo woll the patronage of Water works nati and the C. II. & D. For rates nnd the document as a whole. speculate on tho no) m a tramp from the tho vojjjtaihlc gardens. It lacks discrimination between pro- adapted to America. Just now sheep the public. full information address any agent of car across tho street to tho depot at San aro nwvt hi use for conveying drinking raising is tho great industry of tho isltho C. II. it D. or E. O. McCormick visions which aro permanent nnd organ- and, but I pr diet n great future for tho Au&onia, and 1 vroruTcr how progress is wnteq tiVroutth the city. Much I could ic, and those which aro only experimen General Piissenger and Ticket agent, Cliicj-rNews. mado in tho winter time, when I am told, sixjiuf tho enterprise of Sunantonia, but Its dis- horso trade.' tal and therefore legislative. MMst add a line or f interest at other Cincinnati, O. waxy mud gets kneo deep. that black trust of tho people and the consequent fever DocConstipation, blood-poisoThe-- lucational advantages through-oq- t points. AW stopped for a few days at crippling of the Legislature mado up of tors' bills and funeral expenses costnbout and Kentucky a town Yoakiiiin destined to become a What Your Great Grandmother Did. tho people's representatives, and tho this State aro line, two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Littlo "When the She hetcheled tho flax and carded tho Hone&t Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. might learn other a valuable Icssoci.iM city of threo years- - growth. certainty of its becoming a most tyranEarly Uisers cost a quarter. Take your Santa Fo railro.uil was built through, wool, and woro tho linen, and spun the thcattention given to public and paiivtato upon our choice. Sold by G. W. Short. irritating restraint 2threo years ago, not a house stood tow, and made the clothes for her hus- nical and - iiijiriiction. In many places tho to say nothing in detail of where, this thriving littlo village now is, band mill ten cluldren. She made but- liberties, continue without intermission iha entire deprovisions which will retanl Bells arc mostly cast from a composiy she ha a habitation of rt.OOO ter and cheese, she dipped tho tallow thoso year. . I think 'tis only tlu Cutholic and velopment and drive out capital, cotnpol tion of copper and tin, though other insouls. The rim 11 House, and Machine candles, to light the house at night, and ch'ools that do so. When the mo as a citizen, having no interest in gredients aro often used. shops are there, an Ice plant, and soon she cooket! all the food for her houseThe thermometer recons it temperaright proportions of thet.e two metals are the question different from you, to o and a brick ture uniformly at 04 degttvs, but I think cotton seed mills and electric street cars hold by an oicn combined nud reduced by intenso heat it. is poured into a tlioJjnercury certainly Miuht go many Mill Ihj in operation. It is a wonderful oven. Yes ; and when sho was forty As the old one, though not perfect, tb liquid form tho mass little place- for its years. Galveston years of age, sho was already an old lady clay mold of tho desired shape and sizo. notches' higher. Thtlat would be does nono of theso things, I should, as a but that a jjttlf breeze fans you situated oesjan island 2S miles long by 2 whoso best days were over. Her should- Republican, griove to soo that great 9 Can't Sleep Nights almost constantly. If you keep in the wide !hl a beautiful city. As I write, I ers wero all bent and her joints enlarged party hi any wiso responsible for the intoxfte-- heat counteracted by look wst upon tho Gulf of Mexico from by hard work, and she woro spectacles now ono, which even the Democrats Is tho complaint of thousands suffering shado the the stlt? brte)- m not felt, but tho sun my window, at tlio Beach Hotel, and and a cap. Jler great would not endorse or recommend, so from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Ackor's English has a"BpccLi!l manner of shining upon feel refreshed though the afternoon is with all tho modern conveniences for indefensible is it. ;u;e&7oh Trie Ia?V 2YAitf FR RiteUMAtiSKI . RACtf this,lind aud few venture out without NaiJcry by tho balmy brwro from ofT her comfort, refinement and luxury, may bo , ,AMrr Qfvii fnouiJfrh. If you do not ngrco with mo no harm Remedy ? It is tho best preparation i'rcir" tie. OjJfr APPi ifAViOd f f?Ef Lnwur an fiinbtclta. Tho evenings and nights; waters. The approach to Galveston, ns charming and attractive at forty-fiv- e bo glad to known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a is dope, but if you do I shall !5.iy, is beautiful, the steam cars come as at twenty. Especially is this true if are divine, ono forgets tho heat of o. fsRCHARD;oH-TAYtPfiMEi)CNXJO receivo your suggestion as to tho best positive guaranteo at 25c. and 50c. by G. j i directly into the tity, on tut elevation of she preserves her health and beauty by W. Short, Cloverjrt, Ky., and Witt & enjoyment of them, mosquitci ; iBmwLMwssvmm way to organize effectivo opposition to Pierce's Favorite Prescriptrestlca Klectric- street railways carry the uso of well they aro here but of them it, and also as to tho feeling in your Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. tehavo fhom almost overy whe).as-cep- t you to all points. Tlio streets aro not tion, which wards off all femaleailmcnts section of tlio stato regarding it. Hoping Judge Holmes, son of the "Autocrat," at Uock Castlo Springs, Ky. Tlio javed, but tho sand is heavy, and hence and irregularities, cures them if they al- to hear from you, I am is said to bo tho only justlco on tho Masslnnly thrift of the Northerner iK. biere Ireo from dust, save in very high Minds, ready oxist, keeps tho life current healthVery truly Yours, sachusetts supremo court bench who entoo; much of the primitivwHws is suc- and mud. The IicM'h Hotel, is situated ful and vigorous, and enables the woman AI.TKIl I'.VAXR. joys writing out an opinion. His assocumbing to modern inviafcjonsby tho on tho Gulf, away from tho business part of midillo age tn retain tho freshness of ciates prefer oral utterances. Looking out over the many homes of this country, we see thousands Is Life Worth Living 1 yankco band, and its iniltenco is being of tho city, and is frequented by thous- girlhood upon brow and cheek, the light of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that might be felt in tho remotest center of this great ands of visitors every evening to listen of youth in her eyes, and its elasticity in Not if yougo through tho world a dyspepVery popular, wry small, very good materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of SAPOLIO. If an hour State. Tho buildirv&cf railroads, in nited to tho disco u mo of music given free to her step. Sold by all druggists. tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro Do Witt'6 Littlo Early Risers, tho pill for the public from a pavilion erected by is saved each time a cake is used, if one less wrinkle gathers upon the fac& parU of'Texos, ia.flby. On tho Santa Fe a positive cure for tho worst forms of constipation, biliousness, sick headacho. A GREAT PAPER. road for a 'dUtwco of thirty miles, not tho hotel company while hundreds Sold by G. W. Siiort. because the toil is lightened, she must be a foolish woman who would! Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and is porceptahle, plunge into the surf, from the spacious a curve iiVwe- road-be- d Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by hesitate to make the experiment, and he a churlish husband who would Keeping Broken Torever Its Power and Influ- - G. W. Short, C!ocriort, Ky., nnd Witt and as (saw'tho eye can reach, the broad hath house on tlio beach. New York is ahead of all tho othor grudge the few cents which it costs. laixrVj-Wjtscarcely an indentation, sjwtt-e- d time with gbirciks and splashings to tho cities if individual riches running up once In the State. it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, If your grocer sends you anything m place of SAPOLIO, send it beat of LUMlruniH on shore. All in nil into seven 0- - more figures are meant. It d wiJ, great droves of grazing Tho Courier-Journof last Saturday is said that New .York has over 1,000 GalvcsUtvjH a great place Business as furnished its friends with a great surhorses and colt, this, A Wonderful Stone back and insist upon having just what you ordered. SAPOLIO always millionaires, while Loudon has GOO, Pari3 misty distanco by n dense it is oviry where, is dull in dull season, prise and u great humiliation. At a picnic given recently nt Garfield ; 600. Uerlln 200 nud Vienna 100. In set gives satisfaction. On floors, tables, and painted work it acts like a riinpvalfforest, and particularly when which is upon us now, Galveston's terms it abandoned further opposition to or rather a picnic that wasn't a picnic, charm. For scouring pots, pans, and metals it has no equal. Everything" ljipllowed by mooulighte. such as Texan poptiittion is :!0,000. Wo go to Dallas tlio new Constitution, not becauso its for tho reason that it mined all day, A Child Killed. shines after it, and even the children delight in using it in their attempts Texas is tho only Texas opinion of tluit instrument has changed there was a gentleman present by the ljas, is a scene of grandeur and beauty. by tho uso of opiAnother child killed to help around the house. So.carricd away witlj the rural, I am IwM'dsay to Kentuckians, stay in Ky. for it reaffirms tho prediction that its name of 1. II. Ghentry, n sewing ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. FlXHIUNCK G. TOONEV. in tiWfe.f.lit nf .1... 1 mnnl tnfnfit i I adoption would bring irretriovablo disagent, wlio hailed from Princeton. X3T Grocers often autntltuto cheaper goods for SAPOLIO to malio a bolter ptoflt. Why inothors givo their children such nd cities of moment visited. Austin. t, aster to tho .Suite not becauso an Bend back Buck articles and insist on having just what you ordered. There was nothing particularly striking deadly poison is surprising when thoy n tjip capital, stands on a pleasing elevu-tio- p, clovatod, discussion in Mr. Ghentry's appearenco out of tho Happy Hoosiers. can rcliovo tho child of its peculiar trouits businesd houses aro suljstantUdl "Win. Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville, of its radical changes in the organic law ordinary. IIo had no niachino to manip-jilat- o bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. cjid many ol thorn modern in architiiitj-- . Hid"., w rites : "Electric Bitters has dono would in any wise einbairass or imporil and draw a crowd, but tho crowd It contains no opium or morphino. Sold urc.: tho streets mado of a whito tiiim more for mo than all other medicine comtho domocraup Stato ticket, for no hu- ho had, and n most interesting group of by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and qjuArricd near by, as also aro tho Idiik's.. bined, lor that bad feeling arising from man heing rsa bo so foolish as to appre- listeners wero thoy. It was only a pecu, I.ATK AI.HXANDHK'S HOTIX, & , Ktostly, winch with tho whito sandy Kidney anil Liver trouble." John Leslie, hend this for a moment ; not becauso it liarly shaped stono that Mr. Ghentry Witt Meador, Ilanlinsburg, Ky. soil, common to that part of Toku dftn farmer nud stockman of same place says : is a matter ofslight conjoquence, for tho was holding up to their view, and upon THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND Thu Why or It. 2lcs tho oyo to an uncomfortable usient; wa tlio first to say, and which he discoursed at great length, in "Find Electric Bitters to bo tho best' Courier-JournBates $2.50 Per Day. When Bomo one bragged that only ono Tho capitol is a credit, to tho jeoplo of' Kidney nnd Liver medicine, makes mo to say truly, thai it U a question of this wiso. Mr. Ghentry said, "I hold in public execution hud taken placo' In Cor. Jeflcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- e ; patterned as it is afrcr tlio feel liko a now this State to overy man, wo- my hand n stono which I found on n ninn." J. W. Gardner, In fivo years, un Englishman inCapitol building at "Washington it is a hardwaro merchant, same town, says. man and child in Kentucky; butbccausO recent visit to tho spring near whoro Turkey LOUISVILLE, KY. vestigated and discovered that no culprit magnificent structuro and f4aiuldji' lnon-iime- Electric Bitters is just tlio thing foraman "it is tic test of any man's Democracy," Abraham Lincoln was born. It contains, who could ratso$100 to bribe oAlciids had W. R. lOOANi Manager. to a Toxas loving )ofJe., From who is nil run down and don't euro whethand "a general debato over it might pro- as you see, tho imago of Mr. Lincoln, tho suffered death during tho lust twenty x ' A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Maishall, Clerks. its dome may bo vicwedU at- a glance, er he lives or dies; ho found new strength duce 'Miction.' " For two months tills dog with which ho ran and romped iu years. There is always a good reason for miles and miles of eemrtry around. good appetite nnd felt just liko he had a great newspaper, with its accustomed bis youth; tlio fox that scampered at auything that happens iu Turkoy. DeAustin has a populs&oni of. . 22,000. new lease on life. Only GOV. n bottle, at forco and ability, has been urging us to their coming nonr his den in tho 'rocks; troit Free Press. In the beginning consumption is curIt is quito tho fashion now to tako Do Business seemed suspended! amti an air G. W. Short'H, Clovcrport, Ky., and J, A reject Ibis work of the Convention. It has tho hen that pecked his hands as ho able, which any physician will tell you. Witt's Littlo Early Risers for liver, stom. urged that it was a of general holday reignedJ. "C. C. C. Certain Chill Curo" holds no Tho greatest remedy ever known for ach question, tried to disturb her sitting in hutching ; Witt's, Hnrdinsbiirg, Ky. and bowel disorders. Thov are small affectbig no man's allegiance to his par- tho bird that sang in tho roso:bush by mlddlo rank, but is at the front, it is Coughs ami Consumption is '"C. C. 0. San Antonia pleasd' me inolr Tltis pills, but mighty good ones. G. W, Short, is tho largest city ilu Tbxn,. an X the Notice tlio 'label on your papor and ty, unjl that it was, the first duty of Dem- tho window as his mother rocked him to pleasant to tako and guaranteed to curo Certain Cough Cure." SoM by J. W. ' sell them. . . by J. W. Owen. Owen. most prosperous, so. far,-- , vbitwlllly n. eg U yMr tCJmo expire' fMn mniitli. ocrats and Iiepuldieaus alike not corn- - sleep hi the rudo cradle of his youth, and Chills and Fevcr.-S- old - Those ' Beautiful Lisio Thread u foot-hill- ifi Breckenridge News. ilWy - ls Mule. Seiikwaino, Mich., June 18. -- George Beach, a farmer, owned a mule that had always been n terror to farriers, and never had been shod tinlcas first thrown Fred Heyinnn, a new blacksmith, told Beach ho would shoo that lnulo in tho regnlnr way if ho died in tho attempt. Aided by three men to hold tho mulo ho succeeded In tho task yesterday and had Btoppcd to tho window to cool off when the mulo broke away from tho man holding him and rushed at Heyman, striking him with his foro feet. The man called to Heyman, but to late, ono of tho mule's hoofs striking him on the head Heyman dodged to get out of tho May, and tho mulo dropped to nil fours and snapped at him with his foaming jaws. Heyman attempted to dodgo into a corner, but in doing so turned hia face to tho mad beast. He becamo terrified, and yelled to the others to kill tho mule. Ono fellow braver than tho rest, drew a revolver to shoot, but before ho could firo tho mulo had mado another snap at Heyman, and bitten off his nose mid part of his right cheek. Tho shot rung out and tho mulo fell dead. Hoyman's noso was towed on, but ho has only a slight chance of life. Ho is crazy from his fright and tho doctor says ho ie likely to dio of blood poisoning. If ho lives ho will bo noseless. Beach's mulo nearly kilted a man about a year ago who tried to shoo him. Globe-Dcmocnit- .J s, differences in tho least promising to unite in tlio urgent and imperative task of protecting our common organic law from desecration. And now in the very heat of the light, which It began and led, it proclaims "For these reasons, e retire with this issue from the discussion." For tho same reasons overy other newspaper In tho Stato nnd overy public man in tho State, on cither side of the controversy, should bo silent. All sources to which tho people have been accustomed to look for information and guidance should bo closed, nnd tho gravest and most fateful question which has been submitted to this generation of Kentuckians should bo settled without debate, without reflection, without "friction." Indeed no question, howover urgont, vital and public, should ever bo discussed unless it has been mado a "test" of party loyalty. Was over before so sorry a courso takm by a leader and moulder of public opinion ? Was over beforo so sorry an excuso offered for it ? Did ever beforo a newspaper, great or small, put Bitch an affront on tho intelligent of its readers 7 Tho Courier-Journa- l, wo say it wholly in sorrow and not at all in anger, has done itself, in ono day, what its enemies and en rivals could never havo forever its power nnd influence in tlio State. At the great battle of Mollwitz, and in the hottest part of it, Frederick tho Prussian commander, turned his horso and (led tho field. Tho common soldiers, however, refused to follow tho ignoblo example, and standing their ground, fought out tho fight and won by tho closo of day, and without n leader, one of tho world's famous victories. It is oven yet tho proudest day in Prussian history, and it is even yet embittered by tlio memory that on that day their king and leader had shown himself a craven. This illustration will need no diagram. dono-rbrok- COST in tho gloaming of tho evening." These pictures were fill clcurly marked out on tlio stone, and Mr. Ghentry To rend this and may bo ttic mentis of Saving you manj took great delight in showing them to the crowd. He had another curiosity in tho shape of a bowl of petrified strawberries, said to bo tho mess that Mr. Lincoln was parIn any way of doing business Cents and Nieklo1? have to take tlio taking of at tho tlmo ho was called to tho Presidency. place and do tho work of Dimes nnd Dollars, is impossible for us to Of course it describe theso curiosities as did Mr. Ghentry. but it is a matter of fact that i, ho had the stones nnd they showed up nnd more ltbcyal effort's. " -in tho light ho displayed them, nnd beIt is of no consequence to us 'urcs. ing associated with the life of ono of hiswho gets thorn, What wo must tory's greatest mon mado thoin tho more wha " interesting. . rs the owl that hooted and scared him IT WILL YOU NOTHING DOLLARS. V1 "SUGOESS," :. dot K Full size Beds for $1.25 up. Carts $8.50 up. 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