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The Newspaper Man. ,Tho newspaper man Is tho lord of creation, Thu moulder of public opinions and views t One morn In the midst of a church congregation, The next nt ft prize fight In search of the news, He speaks, and the world stands In nwc at his Don't depend- - n people to dls- coveryou and oir bulnei. Keep! constantly dlRgl'K at them through the ailvcrtUliiK columns or this uiir. . vol x:y. NO. 51. PROTECTION. The Heal Cause of The Farmers. Hardships. Alii-anc- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Y r. r Don't forget the place J. 7 , o Tho organization of tho Farmers' To tho great Feast of is a sign of tho times. Every sowisdom, He smiles, and It laughs at his wit and his fun; cial or industrial movement that Involves No rivals to oust him he knows that In his do. a considerable body of tho people and minatlon he's king for his work Is well persists in ita demands is n sign of tho done. Of unavoidable dclnys wo are, a Ht-tl- o times and tho Farmers' movement is wedlng, funeral foray and behind in getting ready for In'Mid llorculforage, ator where or OF- tropic suns tan ; certainly n phenomenon of this kind. snows, HEADQUARTERS FOR Where dancers are milling, or mourners team It indicates that tho politicinl conditions tho New Crop of Wheat, but shedding,' of the country aro unsatisfactory and "wo don't intend to be beYou'l surely run foul of n newspaper man. that tho vast body of tho people engagIn the camp with the host of his country's preed in tilling the soil for a living are hind in the servers, rf They will sell you Ginghams for S and 9 cts., worth 10 and 12. In halls where Ciinc Kushlon her votaries discontented. The country, as n whole, ' Calicoes, best Chambray styles from 5 to, 6 cts. worth 6 J to 7. . decks; is prosperous. In the last decado the Quality of work we do. Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 for the next tc.i At concert; In front the obscned of obpopulation has incrensed 12,500,000, servers days only. and six new States havo been added to More than fucile prlnceps, he's facile rex. Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. wortli 10 to J5. ;' , . Union. Ono bountiful crop the Wo havo just received a very largo and beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for n reporter, Satan himself run cts. 1 yards wide field of Hour we make. Should Intcrvlew'd follow across that there's no anothci has added its increment to after 23 of thu WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which wc arc closing out at An formerly sold for 25 cts. douht ; gene.ral wealth. Tho railroad mileage Persian Lawns and Mulls 12 - to ic cts. worth ic to 20.H Wa ' . The tcrihe would soon show him for once that has increased from OIl.OCO to 170,000, and prices which will astonish you. 'J J. . T.,,i: t :..., 1 . r i e NOR THE he'd caught a xuuiu uuiuii uuigu.iiii a i.iius tor 12 10 15 cis. wortli 15 to 20. mamma was aware he was tho internal traffic of tho country is es Young man Bleached Cotton best brand nope 8. cts. worth 10. timated at $23,000,000,000, figures so out. Lodics' Black Corsets for 75 cts. wotli $1.25. An reJinn When the final crash 'comes? he'll he there to vastthat thoy can only bo stated, not Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12. ' In Dress Goods wooiro displaying cord It, comprehended. Wo produce moro goltl Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n Gent's Neck Wear from ? cts. tin. given our Customers. With note book and pencil the same as of nnd silver than any thrco other coun- an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from Gent's Suspenders from to cts. up to 50 wortli from rt to 7c yore ; tries in the world ; wo mako moro iron nnc solid Colors at unprededentedly low So cts. to SI. 00 per yard. Also n full line Ladies' nnd Gout's Shnp .it nil ? , In "Gabriel's Trumpet" If you can aflord It , ..wvu ... .... j..w0, Next morning you'll read It three columns or than Great Britain, or any other country; All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days orilyf Don't prices. Qall and seo tho cauties wc aro of White Skirting Goods, ranging in four. New York lournal. fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this aucand Hon. Win. 3IcKinlcy of Ohio told prices from 35 cts. to 80"cta. per yard nothing but tho plain truth when he displaying. Calicos, including Indigos at 5 cts. tion closes. We mean business and will do what we knv. j . Brother John And His Third Party. said ; "We lead all nations in agricultper yard. Respectfully. & Wkustkii, Ky., June 20, 1891. ure; wo lead all nations in mining, and Main Street, is to give entire satisfaction in every Wo havo just received a beautiful line of HARDINSBURG, KY. KniTon News. .In, n recent issue of wo lead all nations in manufacturing." But why are the farmers discontented respect. your paper, ono John T, Wheeler, of in tho midst of this phenomenal prosUnion Star, saw fit to criticiso somo I had 'made in n communicntion perity I Why is it that tho largest class n short time before. But about all ho of workers in tho land, and the class 1 -- ' '';". said was "If a man belongs to an organi- which contributes moro than any other Wo will begin grinding July 14, zation ho should go with it or leave it, to tho general wealth finds it necessary Which wer are soiling at prices which astonish every one who examine the line. H and our Elevator will bo ready to and lie should not belong to ono church to organize in alliances, hold convennnd net with another." Now, Brother tions and thrust its grievances before In GROCERIESRve lead in prices, wo arc selling them regardless "' receive wheat about two weeks John, your head is level. I havo taken tho public ! Never before in tho hisof cost. J your advice and withdrawn from tho F. tory of the country did tho fannors as later. Call and see our lme, tho most complete ever brought to the country 31. B. A. simply becauso I am a Demo- -' a body talk so much about mortgages, crat, and agrco with you when you say, low prices of crops, scarcity of money, "Neither a Democrat nor a Republican-ha- the pressure of debts, tho difficulty of any business in tho order, since it finding a crop that will pay for raising GLENDEANE, KY. has become partisan." Now, as to tho it, the impossibility of selling their Wo aro also agents for the Celebrated ''Studcbalccr" wagons an in explaining our business to all church. Well, lam in full fellowship farms at any reasonablo price, nnd the with every member of the church with general hardships of their condition. the "Oliver Chilled" Plow. who will call or write. Wo sell tho Horse Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by tho which I aliiliatc. Why is it they do so now. What is Respectfully, North Western Fcrtili or Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade At an open meeting of tho F. 31. B. A. tho matter with thu farmers! at Walnut Grove church, Saturday, Juno It is not that railroads aro owned by of Fertilizer, tho hoi t on tho market, call and get our price before 27, Brother Wheeler was tho principal corporations instead of by tho Govern- buying. Wo will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices orator. Ho stnrtcd,off by telling us that ment; it is not that railroad property is can be found at WANT NONE OF IT; A Success. his mission was henceforth to educate asessed at too Iowa valuation; nor that MILLERS, tho farmer and bring him out of his pie-se- tliero are too few Union veterans reRoyal Germetuer is established ns a L benighted condition how ignorant ceiving pensions; nor that the President New England Farmers; Do Not Take remarkablo success. Thousands of testidjRVINGON, . ! Kindly to the People's and blind ho had been himself until ho and are chosen by elecmonials attest its virtue. Many of theso A e carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture Party. ' made that extensive trip clear to Cincin- tors instead of by the direct voto of the aro given by men and women of tho at prices to suit tho times. Below wc quote prices of Harness made nati, where ho was educated in an in people nor all these together, as somo Si'iiiNariKi.i), Mass., July 9. An ex- highest standing in tho most honored from pure Oak Tanned Leather. stant when tho transformation came. of their conventions appear to imagine; tended canvass by tho fXcw England walks of lifo. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 6G.50, 87.50, 89.00 Ho actually told us that tho war was and wien Farmers' conventions mumble Homestead shows that the now Peopled In tho midst of a flourishing and rap- and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, over. Now, I will tell you what that re- abqut theso tilings they give painful party is not indorsed by ttlio farmers of idly increasing business, tho price is re2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 arid 810.00. We carry a lino minds me of nndlhopo no onewill tako ovidence that they do not ferasp tho sit- - Xcw England und Nowork. Tho men duced from SI, 50 to SI per bottlo. This of Rubber Goods, .such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at. j interviewed' were all prominent farmers. is done in the interest of'thoso whoso" A few years nation the story as sacnugious. very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The ago u preacher diopped down into Arizo Tho real causo of farmers' hardships is AVhilo some favor moro independent po- circumstances in lifo deter thorn from na where tho gospel had never been to bo found almost in n single word litical action than heretofore, nearly all paying tho higher price. Tho rich will Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainto the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, flames and Chains, preached and made an appointment to Other agencies havo oppose tho idea of a special farmers' buy it at any price, but tho managers ing protection. Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. preach at a certain day. Tho rancheros something to do with the trouble, such party. Ono or two go so far as to say feel that a medicine which possesses Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop readv to do all kinds : for thirty miles around came out to hear as oxtravagenco at Washington, exces that this party, if very conserativc, and such wonderful powers should bo placed j him. After services all went homo and sive land grants to Eastern corporations tho right platform is put forward, will within tho reach of tho poor. Many of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. ono man told his wife that Christ was owning railroads in the West, nnd manip- draw 10 per cent, of tho farmers' votes have said that Germetuer was the cheap dead. Her answer was, "There now ulation of tho national debt and finances in their sections Maine and New York est medicine on the market. When it is John I told you that wo ought to bo during tho last twenty-seve- n but the majority placo this number remembered that a bottlo of Germetuer years in taking a paper or" somo big man would tho interest of tho moneyed section and far lower, from 1 to 2 percent, being makes a gallon of medicine ready for J. L. Miller- - & Payne arc not in dio and we would never know it." Just tho creditor classes. But the pro-eDo Not Suffer Any Longer. use, it is certainly cheaper than ordithe average. Louisville, St. LooM Texas R.R. Co,r bill and tho loan- nary medicine in a bulk, nnd when tho Knowing that a cough can bo cheeked The business together as a great many so'with' Brother John. Ho had never incnt and overshadowing cause is that powers of the medicine nro taken into in a day, and tho first stajes of consumpof IfcTO. people think. I am for myself and been away from homo before and takes tho Government has exalted manufact- ing New issues of paper by tho no paper henco it is not expected he uring over all other interests and fosteron land values aro looked upon account, tho prico amounts to almost tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaranwill say and como to me and I should know the war was over. tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, ed it at the expense of other producing as wild schemes, and tho freo coinago of nothing. Tuning Uffcct Germetuer is the coining success that nnd will refund tho money to all who Oh! it was really amusing to seo interests, particularly that of agricultsilver has bin) a snfall following. Tho will show you that I will sell you has nlrcady come. Ask your druggist buy, tako it as per directions, and do At 5:00 o'clckAXSuniaiM, , I89QV;' J?,. Brother John stand boforo the audience ure ; that certain kinds of manufactur- opinion in general shows tho strength of for it, and if lie cannot supply you writo with his hln'dpart bym tho ing, found long in tho Northeastern the For Eatt Hound Tram ' A. Fiuit Cans, both Glass &Tin least thoy pants" on it,) and before (nt States, havocheifly favored and protected and position out by held Farmers' Grange, to E. M. Coleman, General Representa- not find G.our statement correct. Ky., Writ Bound51 Traim Sale by League W. Short, Cloverport, tho looked like been carried expatiate 63 6 T on tho many good qualities of himself by tho Government by i system of tolls that tho farmers, movement in this sec- tive, Louisville Ky.. Send for book con- and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Kxpr's Mail & STATIONS Mal Kxpr's Kxpr' Hxpr'4 and tho Third Party, while "tho two and exactions that fall most heavily tion of tho country will consist more in, taining particulars and history of wonDally Daily Daily Dally old parties" wore all corruption and upon that class which, being the independent action through tho old derful euro. ' 0 2.l"n 8 U5am Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 105 9 (Opic of tho social structure, is parties than in forming any now party. Now, it looks liko bad policy ground-sil- l 820 rwcmucKy M. 12 60 mil t 860 Editorial Ability. ' 7 20 9 00 12 10pm Wctt Point OF 810 in tho Peoplo's Party to send n man out incapable of charging them ngainst a 7 25 with 40 pieces of ware for 87.00. 903 llnwnrd IZOfpm 8 05 In a recent number of tho Now York 9 20 7 45 Hock Haven U53.im 7 45 to educate tho masses when ho doesn't class next below it the! tillers of (he Now Try This. 7 65 927 J.ontf Branch 1143 Journalist that paper takes tho ground Z35 know how to put on his own pants. soil. 8 01 ' 9 37 Brandenburg 1134 720 thatjhc shears aro quite as important nt 8 07 9 40 Meade Springs 1130 It will cost you nothing and will sureBonn body must pay for the protect! vo Brother John and thoThird Party people 8 14 Kkroq 9 40 V 1121 7 Hi times as the quill, tho following is what 8 22 951 Gubtnn 1110 707, ... abuse both the old parties, hut as a mat- favors which have made tho manufac-urin- g ly do you good, if you havo a Cough, ' 100.1 8 30 IrviniMon 1107 068 ' Cold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest it says : "A good many peoplo do not ter of courso expect tho Republicans to 8 30 1012 interest and the manufacturing 10 68 6 49 Webster know that an editor's selections from his 102(1 Capital Stock $25,000. 8 47 I.ndjbtirr 1061 0 41 voto for their candidate. But they (tho section so enormously rich, for it is im- or Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for 10 27 860 10 42 Pierce 030 contemporaries nro quito often tho best 9 02 10 30 Sui.iple 1030 024 Republicans) in these parts do not take possible to protect one class except at Consumption, Coughs and Colds, is guar, 10 44 910 D. F. BEAIID, l'rcjidcnt. Stcplienkport 10 20 test of his editorial ability, nnd tho func615 ' ' kindly to tho scheme. They are not so tho cost of others. It has been estimat- anteed to give relief, or money will bo D10 1049 1021 Addison 009 .', WILL MII.LKU, Vlce.l'rcildont. tion of tho scissor's is not merely to fill 1062 919 1018 OlKi Holt M. II. BEAM), Cabler. ' easily humbugged as that. I nn satis- ed that the sum, that every farmer's paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe 933 1100 Cloverport 1003 66K Homc-mado1114 9 40 found it just tho thing and under its use up vacant spaces, but to reproduce tho a. W. BEAUD Shops 955 " Tin Buckets at fied that moro Republicans will voto for family in tho land pays to protected 11 2d 9 62 Sklllman 9 44 brightest and best thoughts and tho M0HKIS ESKKIDUK ) Director). i0 0l "3Iug" at theso precincts, Clifton 3Iills manufactures in the shape of excessive had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try 1137 932 llawestillc toos J 1144 Petrle 923 a samplo bottle at our 0x1)01180' and learn most ul tractive news from all sources at tt. M. JOLLY. and Union Star than Democrats will prices for articles of necessity and com014 1161 l'alcon 917 tho editor's command. There aro times JO 17 11 60am Cayce 913 voto for Dr. George, nnd twico as many fort is $."50 a year, and that is what hurts for yourself just how good n thing it is. 12(l3im I.ewisport 9 00 INTEIEST PAID OH TIJ1E DEPOSITS. JO 23 when tho editor opens his exchanges Trial bottles freo at G. Short's Drugstore. 12 21 J041 Republicans will stand off as will voto tho farmers. St. Louis Republic. Power 8 47 NAILS, GUNS, OAKTKIDGES, and finds a feast for eyes, heart and soul. J0 55 12 35 Pate 832 Lnrgo size 50c. and SI. for "Mug." ji co- 1245 Owvnfcboro 822 The thoughts of his comtemporaries SKWING MACHINKS, 8 US Mattlntrly Louisvi'le.Hardinsburg 5. Vestern R, R, il 18 1269 Tho Republicans are not willing to J120 That Terrible Oough. 107 Stanley 769 BUILDING HARDWARE, W. J, Hendrick hns bought Ed. glow with lifo. Ho wishes his readers Hon. " J137 disorganize their own party in order to 117 7 47 Worthlnuton 3 40 In the morning, hurried or dilllcult Bryan's farnl, Glen Mary, situated about to enjoy the feast, and ho lovingly takes J165 137 Smittsvlllc 7 28 3 31 No. 5 TIME TABLE. a Democratic nominee. UUGGIKS, ROAD CARTS. defeat i2 05nm 140 Ilasketti 719 323- - (jlfc breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in at 5.00 threomies from Frankfort. Ho bought up his scissors and clips and clips, and Taking Effect Septembero'olook n. in. Sun Jay ;2 20am 2 00pm ar.IIendert'n Iv 7 05am 3 10pm WE Dr. Georgo will not get a single negro 28, 1890. the chest, quickucd pulso, chillncsa in 07 acres for which he paid $100 per aero. sighs to think that his spaco is inadvoto here. tho evening or sweats at night, all or any equate to contain nil tho treasures so Wett llouiul Traliu H.nt Hound Trulm Brother John T. on last Saturday said, of theso things nro tho first stages of con- It will mako a'lovoly country homo, for prodigally spread before him. STOVE 1 BOX COOKING Dally Dally Your l).illy Dally tho tp bo Attorney General. Maysvillo "Young men do you want office ? If S'w truo editor is generous, and will sacrifico ex Sun. ex bun. STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun6 sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough 1 No. 2 No. LOUISVILLM, ICY. No.5 No. Commonweal. you do fall into tho Tcoplo'H Party and with h oven for $11.00. Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms ti 30.1 m 11 15.un I.v Irvlnjrtim Ar J 45a in 6 45p his own ambition ns a writer during fesyou can get it." Now, (iarlielil 912 1142 460 Subscription Rates, Dally and Sunday, $10.00 tal occasions nnd it is for moro profit 71ft Dr. Acker's English Pills. 42(1 I can and will sell goods cheaper you want ollico ? If so Brother John do and is Bold under a positive guarantee lluriitcl 852 7 37 llWira n year, Daily without Sunday, $3.00 r year. you must change by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and 12 Ojpin 45 841 410 Junction to his readers to set boforo them tho 7 Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, 1.00 a year. Are active, cflcctivo and pure. Tor sick 4 (HI 8 37 121.1 Mardiiibliuri; 7 tho front of your pants. than any house in Town, That is just Witt & Meador, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. original dish of dainties with tho label 8M 12 2J 8 23 3 4S Junction headache, disordered stomach, loss bf The Weekly Courier-Journwhat will kill tho Peoplo's Party Broth12 ; 3 23 815 Kirk sr2 of author affixed, than to appropiato its 12 47 Has the largest circulation of any Domocratle 010 Jolly 803 3 00 appetite, bad complexion and biliouser John placo hunters who havo never Gleiulcane 741 8 47 220 105 Nowspsper in the United States and proposes Not a Good Example. ltockvnlc' 7 20 ness, thoy havo never been equaled, best thought! to himself, nnd reproduce 1015 120 146 been recognized as worthy of any posito double or troblo its already large circula12S) After all, tho truo ( 7 20 120 Kuth So long as tho wifo of tho President of either in America or abroad. For Sale them as his own. tion. tion or trust by either of tho old parties. 1041 12 48 Asklna 135 712 tho United States, by courtesy consider- byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and test of a newspaper's real value is not 11 Ul 1221 148 Oaks 067 "Let tho offico seek tho man." BY GIVING AWAY EACH tho amount of original matter it contains liaOpmlSOUjim Arl'nrtUvillcI.v 0 45a in 1200m ed tho first lady in tho land subscribes Wilt & Meador, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. Now, Brother John pleaso criticise us AND EVERY DAY to some ono a splend'd but tho average quality of all tho matter herself ns "Carrio" it is not astonishing High no moro for you know, appearing in its columns, whether orig- THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. Oold Arm Sewing Machine or a llandsomo tho unmarried daughter of a memA Monumental Truth. Watch, ABSOLUTELY 1'llKK. Full "Some have at first for wits then poets passed that particulars lu Weekly l. CLOVERPOJtT.KY Turned critics next and proved plain fools at last ber of tho Cabinet should bo called A monumental truth in journalism is inal or solected." (L. E, 4 ST. L. II. R.) Samplo copy freo. Seud for one. Some neither for wits nor critics pass, "Hnttio." Wo quito agree with tho succinctly stated by tho Sun when it Specimen Cases. Address, W. N. HALDEMAN, As heavy mules are neither horse nor ass.' SHORTEST, QUICKEST Sun, however, that tho perversion of saya S. II. Clifford, Now Cassel, Wis., was "Nq advantngo can bq gained President Courier-JournCompany, AND BEST MNE TO notice that a great divine of Atlanta, such noble names as Carolino and Har- from, the publication of false news." troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism I Kr Georgia, claims that tho millenium is riet is to be depreciated. Troy Press. Bretiiron ofrtho press! Paste this his Stomach was disordered, his Liver to begin sometime this year, and a Har AND ALL POINTS sentiment in your capacious but was affected to an alarming degree, vard professor has it in '04. Now, 1 havo fell away, and ho wan terribly recrowded hats. Troy Press. Blotches, pimples, liver patches, South-Wes- t. been figuring on that thing myself nnd I duced in flesh and strength. Thrco botG. M. D. right quick dispatches, Headquarters for am thoroughly satisfied that it will betles of Electric Bitters cured him. Drives away incipient tumors, Our Very Best People Time-Car- d in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, gin in '02, when tho Democrats shall Edward Shepherd, Hnrrishurg, 111,, had Clean tho blood from poisonous hu- Confirm our statement whe,n wo say that Lr. Loulivillo 8:45 A.m., .9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. have elected all their officers from PreDr. Acker's English Remedy is In every n running soro on his leg of eight years' ArrSt. Louli 7:45 mors ; ...7:25 sident down to constable. Tho election 9:50 p.m. Groin Drills, Fertilizer, Eransvllto 2:25 " Ailing one, whoo'or you bo, way superior to any and all other pre- standing. Used thrco bottles of Eleetric Cement, Mich of "Mug" by 600 votes is tho shadow For further Information, call ofi or adJren, parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklcn's Try tho worth of G. M. D. iKn Plaster, 8alt, Lime, Coal Oil cast by coming events. which is tho grca't Golden Medical Dis- Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic Arnica Pnlva, and his leg is sound and JOS. S ODIORNE, by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Oen'l ran. Ag't, LouutIIIo, Ky. A pamphlet of Informttloa ta4ib.ll Ex. F. 31. B. A. covery of Dr. Pierce a wonderful tonic and relieves' at pneo. Wo offer you a well. John Speaker, Catawaba, O., had sinat or id laws, snowing uuir to B. L. BRYANT, vOMala PuttoU, CavMts. Tra4J & and blood purifier. Tho 'Discovery" is sample bottlo free. Rcmombcr, this fivo largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors aaras, uopjnaDii, wn( Jr Trtr. Paiiu'r Aa't. LouIitMo. Ky. . AM MUNN A OO.y Brick, Plow Handles, Piue Flooring alPerfect action and perfect health result a standard remedy for consumption, Remedy Issold on a positive guarantee. said ho was incurable. Ono bottlo Elecfcfc.381 Broadway, ways kept on hand, from tho use of DoWUt's Little Early bronchitis, colds and lung troubles ; For Salo by 0. W. Short, Cloverport, tric Bitters and ono box Bucklcu's Arnica flaw aara. If taken in timo "C. C. C. Certain Orders acRisers, a perfect little pill, Sold by G, guaranteed to benefit jir cure, if taken in Ky,, and Witt & Mpador, llttrdljisburg, Salva cured him entirely. Sold bv G. Cough Cure" novor fails to euro Cough companied by caah prompttime, or money refunded, W. Short. W." Short. Ky. and Colds.- - Sold by J. W. Owen. ly lilled. Come ! Come ! Come ! S LAUGHTERED WITT ON ACCOUNT GLENDEANE, KY. J P RICES ! w Dry Goods, Hats, Gents Furnishing Goods, FOR THR NEXXT TEN DAYS; ...... MEADOR, Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. r;:i. ti:. DRESS cls, r OUR AIM ... WITT MEAD0R, Spririfg Clothiii O We Take Pleasure s MOOKMAN & BEELER, C3 in CD in BOYD BROS., nt KY. Vico-Prcsidc- nt Bo AMBOSWM1m If o MMMiii NOT IT'S SO! Xr Gov-erme- nt TIME SCHEDULE 17. STEP STOVE, BANK . Hay Rakes, -- , HAHDINSBURG f Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. . ' Tlie Courr tfourn&i! 20-inc- al L. MILIEU'S HOW ? Courier-Journa- et St. Louis, Evansville fe2? SflEgffl West and GREGORY & CO,, Reapers and Mowers, , Pine Poplar Shingles N 'Ji ... itAiJIsssEaJ JS ' Breckenridge News. A THE BLUE AND THE GRAY. Big Reunion to Bo Held in this City Soptorabcr 17, 18, and 10. Officers and Committco Appointed. Pursuant to a call tnado by Murray Post No. ID. Department of Kentucky, G A.' It., on Saturday, Juno 27, 1891 for n meeting of citizens and both Federal and Confederate to meet at Fisher's Hall on Saturday, July 11, 1891, forthu purpose of devising ways, means, cte., for a reunion of of tho war of tho rebellion. Said reunion to 1m known as a reunion of tho Blue and Gray. The meeting was called to order by Post Commander Win. Ahl, who read a previous notico as published in tho Hardinsburg Republic and also stated the object of tho meeting and mado soma suggestions thereon. When tho follow ing officers wcro elected viz: II. T. Mattingly, Chairman; Galen Barbeo, Secretary; A. R. Fisher, Treasurer; on Tho following committeemen ways, means, etc., were selected : Cloverport. It. T. Tlnille, Geo. W. Jordan, James Sklllman, Divid Oglcsby, 1'. l'r.ilzc ami James Kascy. llnnlinsburg. Horace Scott, It. S. Sklllm.in, J. It. Joli nnon ami Ilurrcl Dcard.' Ilallroiil. A. M. McCrnckcn, K.J. I'crry unci V tfKL WEDNESDAY, JNO. D. & JULY 15, ISfU. VIltGII. O. HAHIIAUK, Editors und Proprietors. Ii. SI ."eR! T. Local Time Card. Mall 2-- n B '. Ezpreti " nJ Rxpfass going iJ' f - " ' " Hast 10.05 a.m. West...... Bait West ll.ui a.m. 27 Locat Freight Hast West p.m. lt.19 .m. -- 10.05 a.m. 5.58 p.m. John Young Hroivii tJovoriior I.lcuH (lovcrnor lUitclictl C. A font W. J, Ilciidrlck Attorney (Icitcrul Ti. C, Korman Auditor II. S. Hale Trenmircr IlcgUtcr I.nnd Of flea O. II. NuaiiRo 1 m:ninic.tTic Tinicr.T. Nispt. Clk Court of App'ls Abram Addtuua I). l'ub. liiKtr'u For Ileprcuriitativo St. Louis 12. I. Thompson II. Sever w Is nnxlous to hnvo the next National Democratic Convention. Presidext Harrison has gone to Capo May Point, N. J., to remain fivo or six weeks. President Harrison had hotter give Fred. Douglass, tho colored Minister to Hnyti, "a home run." wants two "r jiAvnr.Sh.aitosays ho carry tho state dollars help m thotis-jjinn- d W.O.Allen. I.eltchficUI. Dan O'ltlley an J J.nnc S. Wort-hai- n. of rKnntiinttv for t Jin Vnnnln'H l'nrfv. - i .r ,. J Rumored in Washington that Mrs. John ATLoijan is coing to marrv Georco K. Lemon, tho millionaro pension agent. I.v 18S9 Kentucky produced 112 tons of Mjihnltuni, valued at $250. In 1891 Breckenridge county alono will produce Itawcsille. Irlt!Rton. Jeff. Stcrrelt and Itolit. It ly. liyron Johnson, 1"J. llcnnctt anil l It "four times that amount. Ix New York city last week four murderers wcro dispatched into eternity by means of electricity. Tho work was complished in 'a very short timc ac- Itlcdcl. Hartford. Cupt. Sam. Hill mil Gra. Ilrandenburd. Rlisha Ilondurant and Tip. Wortham. l'ordsvlllc. I'd. Knrhci and J line Divison. Patctvlllc ItnM. Winn, Keith Peyton and Isaac Slmonton. llewlcylllc Ad tin Woads and Green Cliy-comb. II. M. Jolly. Gustnn. Itilcy Powell anil C. C. Smith. Jolly's Station. Wm. Il.il! anil Tlce Jollv. Vlctnrii. Dinlcl I'ricls anil Jan. I'etrle. dW. L. Hardin. Holt. A.J. (Jros, J. K. niack and Chi. Stcphenport. ler. J. W.Jarri-t- t and Klljali Mil- Thkhk is still a chance for the news- paper editor in Kentucky. John G. Carlisle was at one time tho editor of a nouspapor in.thta state, and we calh the lion. John G. now no Binall potato. Tun Llizabcthtown News says ; "The peach crop on Muldraugh's Hill in that county this year is much hotter than common. Over a half a million bushels will bo shipped from there this season. IIo.v. I.aird and Willis IIinc. Canntlton, Ind. J.icoli Snyder, Alex Humble-to- n and Simucl Rnler. Itmnc, Ind. Abriham Chris'and Klias Kadc. Toblnsort, Ind. C.ipt. W. W. Wcnthirhnlt Jas. KiirI.uhI. It is also suggested that tho above Oivcnboro. James Fisher, Dr. Todd, Win, A Smith and Dr. lllcc Pennington. Hockport, Ind. Col. James Wright, Capt. Sam. J. J. McIIenry, delegate to the Constitutional Convention, from Ohio county, has announced that he will demake a few speeches in fense of tho now Instrument. went to Middlesborough As under tho guise of a big capitalist, and swindled parties of that town out of several thousand dollars. His namo is Hob Knight and a big rewaid is of lured for liis capture. j". has a pieco of land lying along a railroad and the railroad should offer him $.500 per aero for it, it seems nothing but right that he should be allowed to sell it if iio chooses too, but tho now Constitution says ho shan't do it. If a farmer committeemen appoint which may be composed of gentlemen or ladies to assist them in soliciting contributions and collecting tho samo to bo turned over to them or sent direct to tho treasurer, A. It. Fisher, of Olovcrport, Ky., as they may deem best. It is agreed that the above named reunion bo held at Cloverport, Ky., on tho 17, 18 and 19 of September, 1891. We also extend an invitation to each and everybody in the community to meet with us and ask the anil assistance of each and every one, male and female. It is further agreed that a copy of the proceedings of this meeting bo sent to News ami to the tho BiiECKKN'itmnii Hardinsburg Republic and that their exchanges bo requested to copy tho samo The meeting adjourned to meet again at Fisher's Hall, at 1 o'clock on tho 1th, Saturday in July to nmko further arrangements regarding said reunion. R. T. Matti.noia-- , Gai.e.v T. R vihike, Secretary. Chairman. ' i h Z 7 ( r. n i i J o if II SS- - lT isn't altogether becoming in Mr. A man who has practiced medicine for Straus to chargo all who oppose tho 40 years ought to know salt from sugar : adoption of tho new Constitution with read what he says: being tools and hirelings of tho railroads, 1887. Toledo, O., Jan 3 corporations and banks. lie tried it on Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.10, GentleMr. Rhea, but it didn't work worth a 5 men ; I have been in tho general prac&y cent. tice of medicine tor most 40 years and say that in all my pratico and exIs tho matter of water works. Suppose would have a '" this tow n should see fit to build water perience could nover seen withpreparation prescribe as much that I works, which she is quito likely to do in confidence of success as I can Hall's . tho near future, and should desire to Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you' f'ov)' n 'ax 'or tnat liin)0se could she do Have prescribed it a great many times ? Not a bit of it under the new Conits effect is wonderful, and would say titution. in conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that I would not cure, if You haven't heard much lately from they would take it according to direc tho Tate dethe Republican speakers-otions. falcation. The reason is tho Democratic Yours Truly. leaders squelched the thing in its incip-enc- y L. L. GORSUCH, M. D. and gave tho Republican candidates V Office 21i), Summit St. something more interesting to talk about Wo will give $100 for any case of Ca,10n the stump. tarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. Tin: editor of the Hardinsburg RepubF. J. Chenoy & Co., Props., Toledo. 0. lic thinks the News a little divided on Sold by Druggists, 7oc. tho now Constitution. Well now, if the editor of the Republic will tell us which TOBINSPORT, IND. side of tho fence bo's on in this Legisla tive race, and why he's thusly, we'll Mrs. C. Brown is quito sick. set'tip the pins anil call it square. Mr. Avery's sister is hero visiting. Tobin Groves is on tho sick list. Bv tho rccoinago of the trade dollar Ksthcr Ackerman has returned homo. into standard dollars tho govern Mr, Avery Polk's sister is on tho sick 1 ment will make a clcur profit of $000,000. list. The work will soon begin at PhiladelTill Groves was kicked very bad by a phia and New Orleans, where there are horse. stored enough of these unpopular coins A small child of Clarence Barnes is to make 5,143,281 dollars of tho daddies. quito ill. Mr. N. B. Sander's sister, of Illinois, is Tin: Kcvstono Rank scandal and tho visiting here. revolt against tho Quay methods in jwli- Till Groves has gone to farming, raistics, and tho general suspicion which ing water melons. attaches to Quay's management of PenMr. Riley Polk and family leave in a nsylvania politics havo encouraged tho fow days for Illinois. - Democrats in tho belief that they may Tho other little twin baby of Tom win another victory in that state this Thrasher's died Friday. fall. Mr. Leo and wife, of Cannelton, attended Quarterly meeting hero. It was reported lost week that Secre General Agent Young, representing tary Itluino had resigned from tho Cabithe Walter A. Wood Reapers, was hero net. Tho rumor reached tho ears of President Harrison, and he hastened to lust week. Mrs. Jennie Simons has gono to Hite's births. Mr. Illaino is emphatically deny it. Run, called there by. the illness of her said to bo steadily improving at liar Tho largo crowd of people that assemHarbor, where it is denied that he has mother. bled hero on tho 4th, demonstrated pretF, P. Smart of Holt, Ky., spent Sun Rright's discaso or any other kidney comty clearly that a crowd could bo brought day hero, tho guest of his sister, Mrs. plaint. to Hardinsburg just as well as to any Waldo Simons. other point when wo oiler them any inProf. Groves, of Romo, and Lewis II. E. Tauiie.sf.ck, chairman of tho ducements. It is because wo havo nil National Committco of tho People's Whitehead, of thin place, will teach tho along been too slow In starting anything Tobinsport school. Party, has recently been to Frankfort, Chas. Ahl has gono to Minneapolis, and being just a little behind other and gives it out that his party is all right Minn., ho is a delegare from the . M. towns that we've got left. Over sevenhero and that they will get an unusually G. 1'. S., of Bloomington, Ind. teen hundred people came in here on largo vote in tho stato in August. Taul Mr. William Tuttlo, of Cloverport. tho trains Saturday and as many more in crneck knows a little more about that Ky., spent Sunday here, tho guest of wagons and buggies, thus swelling tho WeatherholL probably than a Spitz pup would a hunt- Murray Kato McNiughton, of Franklin, crowd to thirty-flv- o hundred. Every Mrs. possums in a persimmon patch, ' and inu., arrived Jicroiiuirstiay to visit re body was well pleased with tho day'-ing yet ho is mightly off his reckoning lativoH. Sho is accompanied by hor proceedings, and everything went oil quietly. Not a single arrest was mado When tho unterrified come out in Aug- son, Earl. Miss Graco Vaughn has returned. Sho ust, Tauborueck and tho Peoplo's Paity is a splendid instructor in music and out of tho whole crowd. Yet every man will got badly left in old Kcntcky is our her scholars are well pleased with her you met was having a good tiino and as a teacher. guess. sjK'iiding his ninnoy freely. Soveral J J'it -- 3' tB 4 Si hundred dollars were dropped here in consequonco of the day's doings, and somebody is They . V. . UAIIIIAHE Editor hero to spendahead by it. and camo their money a littlo was dropped around among all hands. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. Such a day and twit a crowd will always IIUIMO WK8T. Paaionger Datly nrr. lUnllnsburg..l2:0i Jim, benefit a town, nnd Hardinsburg is as 7:48 a.m. eapablo of drawing it Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " as any of them if noixo RAST. you can just get a move on her. Pantengcr Dally arr, llarJlnilitirg.. 8:55 a.m. Mr. Severs, in his speech at Irvington, 3:5S p.m. Mixed (ex. Surnliy) arr. " mado tho statement that Wm. A Allen, County Clerk Monarch w out to Louis-vlll- o of Meade county, had been solicited by too Labor Organization in that county to Monday, family make tho raco for tho Legislature as a Dr. J. T. Baker has moved his Democrat. This was denied by Dr. to Glcndeane. Harned at Webster tho noxt day and to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Witt spent Sunday sustain his position ho read n letter from in Cloverport. Mr. Dowoll of Meade county to tho same Mr. Skinner moved his family to West effect. Mr. Severs wrote to Mr. Allen on Point last week. tho subject and below is his letter given Go and hear the Bontloy Bros., at tho in full: city hall "This is lo certify that I, 'Win, A. Mr. Wathcn McGary and wife were was solicited to mnko tho raco for visiting hero tho 4th. tho Legislature by a Committee appointMr. Henry Harper with his family ed for that purimsc, by tho Labor organizations ot Meado county. Said, Commithavo moved to Texas. Prof. Shacklett returned from a visit tee called upon me nnd requested me to make tho raco as a Democrat and they to Brandenburg Monday. would endorso mo. Tho reason they of Union Mr. Camillas MeGlothlan, wanted me to mako tho raco was bobauso Star, was in tow n Monday. I was a Democrat." Signed, Charloy Ileston and Jubal Hook have Wm. A. Am.k.v, purchased a now thresher. Attest: Lcn Cashman. Mr. Will Watkins, St. Joseph, Mo "July 11th, 1891. was in tho city on tho 4th. Mr. Severs gives as a reason for pubMiss Mary Board was here from Louis-vill- o lishing this matter that ho told his Saturday and Sunday. friends in tho start that ho would not Miss Lizzie Smith has returned from a mako n statement that he could not substantiate by tho proof. visit to relatives in Louisville. Mr. P. II. Hattey and wifo were visiting Mr. John Ilobcn on the 4th. It is False. Mr. Wm. II. Bell has opened a family EniToit News. Sir having heard a regrocery store at A. X. Kincheloe's old port that is being circulated in this counstand. ty that Henry Harned had wrongfully Hon. K. K. McKay will speak here, to- obtained somo money that was coming morrow on the now Constitution. Ho is to mo for work I done on tho abutment at the North Fork bridgo and believing against it. Mr. Milton M. Tate is sick at his homo the Bamo to bo done as a leclionering in th country with but littlo hope of his scheme, I hereby denouncotho same and say it is false. Mr. Harned paid mo all recovery. asked him for a debt I held against C. L. Dr. II. C. Board has gono to Beyley-vill- o Cornwcll and settled tho samo in full and Rosetta where ho has dental with me, and in all my dealings with work to do. Mr. Harned I have found him to bo liss Blanche Beard has returned from straight and honest. a visit to Ilodgcnsvillo accompanied by Stephen' Zeiseii. Miss Sadio Twyman. Hon. Frank Straus will fipcak at tho STEPHENSPORT. Court house next Monday in favor of the now Constitution. Mr. Gordon Moorman was in town Mr. John Monarch has rented Mr. Sunday. Rosco Eskridgo's now house and will go Mr. Chas. Chamberlain, of Cloverport. to housekeeping this week. was in town Sunday. Miss Jessie Mercer has returned fiom Miss Clara Brashear. of Owcnsboro, is Louisville where sho has been studying in town visiting friends. music for the past year. Miss Dixie E. Pcrrigo returned homo Master Taylor Babbago went to Bewley-vill- e Monday to visit his grandparents last week from Hopkinsville. Miss Bello Martin, of Evansville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Footo. Henry Jolly was nominated for County' is the guest of Misses Kato and Georgia Surveyor by tho Wheelers hero last Hawkins. Miss Ella Mosoly returned homo lust Saturday, and Dick Davis Coroner. Mattingly sold eight sheep week from Calhoon where she has been Mr. Gabo last week for ono hundred and forty dol- visiting relatives. Miss Ida Kolsoy, Willie Keley, and lars. He thinks this beats tho record. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Withers havo rent- Mrs. Johnio Keliey, of Cincinnati, are ed tho property formerly occupied by V. tho guests of Mrs. Wm. Pettit. G. Babbago, and havo gone to houseMr. and Mrs. J. II Lneser, Misses Dix-i- o keeping. Perigo, Violet Miller and Mr. Frank Tho storehouse of J. W. West's at C. Ferry spent Sunday at Tar Springs. Preston, was burned last Friday night. Quito a Crowd of joung people spent a Supposed to bo tho work of an incen- day last week at Tar Springs, chaperoned diary. No insurance by Mrs. J. II. Bennett, Mrs. Alice II. Mr. Bion Jolly, who has been in Louis- Mudd. Mr. and Mrs. M. Blain. ville for some time, has resigned his poMr. nnd Mrs. Robt. Vaughn entersition there ami is going to Middlesbortained a few friends on tho evening of ough to go into business. tho 0th in honor of Miss Mamie WashThoso present If you have any notes or accounts to ington, of Irvington. bo collected promptly give them to Tom were Misses Bello nnd Essio Hnynes, of Withers. Tom has como to tow n to stay Union Star, Misses Winnie Funk, Lizzio Mosely and Lula Mudd, of LouiBvillc; and wants all tho business ho can get. Misses Lottie and Paulino Goldstein, of The juvenilo fraternity were given a Henderson; Mrs. Loo Isaacs, Misses party at Mrs. Laura Gardner's last Fri- Geargia Hawkins, Emma English nnd Ico cream, cakes and Violet R. Miller, Misses Sara, Cora and day evening. candy were served at 3 o'clock, and tho Lena Richardson, of Union Star; Messrs. littlo folks all went away happy and well Will and Helm Milner, Union Star; pleased. Messrs. J. J. F. Jenkins, Dr. L. GoldThe Eclipse Gas & Mineral Company stein, and Willie Mndorra. Messrs. met in the bank building Monday evenCarlt Richardson and Arthur ing and made another call on tho stock- Hnynes, Union Star; Messrs. Robert and Tho well is now Willie English. All had a splendid time, holders for funds. fourteen hundred feet deep. Enough returning home in the 'wee small hours.' funds were raised to go down another hundred feet. The indications for gas Summer Excursion Rates to Cloverarc better than they havo over been. port For Tar Springs. Tho political baby born in this county Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, and thrco months ago, although it grow for continuing until close of August tho L. awhile and gave its admirers reason to St. L. & T. railroad will sell tickets to hopo for its speedy maturity, is now sick Cloverport at ono faro for tho round trip. and wo fear "sick unto death." For account Tar Springs, for the afternoon somo timojts parents and intimate on Saturdays and morning trains friends havo been nursing it with anxie- trains on Sunoays only, good to return on Sunty, and it is now considered past the aid S. A. Wikel, day evening train. of tho local physicians. Dr. Geo. Mercer, G. P. A. his hope began to fail, called tho when assistance of Dr. J. T. Wheeler and for awhilo hopo revived. But death seemed inevitable, and as a last resort Dr. Leo Rhodes, of Texas, was summoned. What . his treatment will bo is not yet known, Many peculiar points mako Hood's but it is safe to prcsumo that Dr. Moreer superior to all otber medicines. will bo retained as Wheeler Poculiar In combination, proportion, and preparation ot Ingredients, will keep record of the circulation and Hood's Sarsanarllla possesses temperature, whilo G. P. Jolly will en tho lull curatlvo valuo of deavor to supplement tho present regi best known tomodlos mo vegctablo klnc- men with a Republican soup flavored dom. J strength Peculiar in with Texas catnip. Tho future of the and economy Ilood's Sar- babe is a matter of conjecture, as tho saparilla tlio onlymcdl- weather from now until August is, very cino which can truly unfavorable for infants subject to cholera "Ono Hundred Doses bosaldyCj Uno Dollar." Medicines In Lately tho Bad discovery has infantum. been mado that tho infant is blind, a afJyricijlio larger doses, and do not condition not unusual in premature produco as good results as Ilood's. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Al-le- n, She!-mans, Why Hardinsburg is for tho Now Constitution. Read section Co under bend counties nnd county seats viz. "Tho county seat of no county ns was located, shall be moved, except upon a s of those voting." vote of Tho nbovo quotation explains fully, why tho pcoplo of Hardinsburg are so unanimously for tho new Constitution. They know if tho new instrument is adopted, it will lix tho county seat at that place for all time to come, that it would bo an impossibility, to pull of tho votes of tliis county, in favor of tho removal of tho county seat So far ns or of any other question. Cloverport is concerned, sho does not want It, in fact sho is too near tho lino dividing, Brcckcnridgo and Hancock counties. But what about Stcphonsport nnd Irvington? , Both are splendid points and easy of access, in fact cither place, can bo reached by rail, and to a majority of tho pcoplo at a less expense I understand just than Hardinsburg. now, there is no disposition, to move tho county scat, but this may not bo tho case, when tho present buildings nt tho county scat, shall need replacing, by new ones, ono or both of tho places abovo named, might then deserve the county sent. Of courso Hon. Wm. Miller, would, ns a matter of pride, liko to sco tho now Constitution adopted. But tho inducement for them to canvass tho county in behalf of tho new instrument grows out of n deep desire, to see tho county Beat permanently fixed at Hardinsburg. two-thirdtwo-thir- . ' , - - "'!A' Lady's Fo'dt ' V 'J 'i when encased in one of our PO.V- ?&if is a VE&CSNES'- & ly! i V thing of beauty and a matter of comfort and pleasure to the wearer. , Citizen. Union Stor, Ky., July, 12th, 1891. is fully equal; to any $5.00 Shoe on the 'Mils .'. Shoe w .'v Mar ' , Buckleu's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world logouts, bruises, Bores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per box ForsnlobyG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, ket. x Vi ill PRICE, COMFORT, united to commend them. r( AM BJSAUTYv "K-'fn PUBLIC SPEAKING. D. II. Severs and Dr. Harned, Candidates for tho Legislature will address the people of Brcckcnridgo county at tho following times and places. July " loth. Wednesday, Custer, " lGth. Thursdry, Constantino, " 17th. Friday, Iludsonville, " 18th. Saturday, Buras, " 20th. Hardinsburg, Monday, " 22nd. McDaniel, Wednesday, " 23rd. Planter's Hall, Thursday, " 24th. Friday, West View, " otn. Kntnnlnv. finrfiniil w "- v, u;"i " r.oth. Thursday, Jones, " 31st. Friday, Ball Town, Saturday, Cloverport, August 1st. Respectfully. D. II. Severs. rTcsrn ", ,:?ca :lml rt Maca , "''':W . - W &- j "wSI f,V, ;2, ?, - " 1 . OUlt GltKAT ( " ':? Reduction Sale GEQ. BUANDENBURG, KY., ! ' v 'j v. l i' Jfl & STATEMENT the Breckinridge Bank, of Cloverport, Ky., at the close of business, June 30. 1891. AISkTS. Of the Condition of YEAKEI. & CO., Notn nnd bills dlo'td Dank fixtures nnd furn'turo Uanking house nnd let Overdrafts Suspended dobt II nils $ lM),ur2 '1 572 3,335 1,292 00 2f H 08 .; Duo from flunks Cash on hand 148 75 25 881 04 1(1,012 09 18,941 67 .Li1-.-- , A reduction In the pricos of goods that will Insure u large reduction in tho site of our stock. W e have more Spring oodi than we should bavo, nt this season, and must movn them at any loss. The most desirable goods In tho house havo been selected for the sacrifice, and at these prices will surely .attract large crowds of purchasers. Here is a partial list of our won ierful and we have thuusandsof citberrjust like them. i 4 219,178 92 LIAnlMTlKS. CLOTHING. t Capttnl stock $ 45,100 00 Deposits 10,028 30 Surplus fund 21,000 00 profits Undivided 4,21183 Dividend No. 34. 4 per cent, due 1 801 00 July 2nd 1891 Taxes due July 1, 1891 4H 08 1 219,178 92 i, A. II. Skilltnan, Cmhicr of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is truo to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. 11. SKILLMAN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the or July 1891. 22d day Cius. II. Smlmian, N P. II. C. Statement of the Condition of the um:.:: DR. D. REA, 2 tr':fi ;!-- r ; pErv?v 'tar- - fid for our merchant tailor suits, roJucel from 22 dollars. $12 for our fioe suits, men and youth', $9 VS !a $18. in corkscrow, &)., $15. $ all wool goods in cherolts, reduced front $12. . 98 for all wool suits fur men and youths, $1 nice goods, from $8. 49 cents for blue from fur all suits reduced from 40 for all suits rduued 'i ' , Celebrated Specialist! And in charge of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., cottonado pants bull-d- og make, ' " ? if SHOES our best calf brnyan, 'none such,' reduced from $1.K0, .98 for a good full stock brogon, reduced from $1 25. $1 49 for men's sewed shoes, in ull styles nnd tiles, formeiy $2. v A full line of Buell & Sons celebrated Shoes for mon and boys, all styles and (lies at greatly reduced price. $1 2t for ladies' bright Dongola kid Shoes with or without patent tip, in button or in front lace. These are fins goads, reducid from (wo dollars. A large stock of ladiei' low shoes, all styles, to closo then out, at and below cost. $1 24 for Dry-Goo5 ds 1 Bank of Hardinsburg At IlardtukbiiriT. 1IKS0UBCK8. Kj-.- , Monday, July 20, '91, Ami ltclurii Every Four JJurlnir tlio 1'cnr. IVocUh At the close of businos June 30th, 1891, Notes and bills diao'd $70,320 13 Demand Loans 4,600 00 Uanking homo and lot Fixtures and furniture Due from otber banks Cash on hand LumMTirs. Capital stock Due depositors Undivided profits 9 25,000 00 07,890 44 3,159 70 Dr. Ilea bis been connected with the largest bospltilsln the country, and has no snpenor In 71,820 3,597 1,440 8,791 7,397 13 50 89 34 ill.igno.Intf ami treating diseases and deformities. He will (;lc fjo for any case that be cannot tell the disease anil where located In fif minutes. 34 90,050 20 Treats all Curablo Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acute and CHRONIC Diseases of the Eyo, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Bright's Discaso, Diabetes, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Fcmnlo nnd Sexual Diseases. V II, and Notions ! Peculiar ? 96,050 30 11. IK Beard, Cashier of the above namod bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo state- mont Is true to the best of my knowledge and I'oll.f. M. II. UIMUD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to I efore me this, the 30th day of June 1891. Jvo. P. IIabwkm,, I, A Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d Young and Men wet-nurb- o, Notary Public fafjrat fa JrC. A lucky Woman. Peculiar in Its medicinal merit. Ilood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hlth-crto unknown, and lias won for Itseli tuo tltlo ol "Tho greatest Mood purmcr ever discovered." . jTkK rccuuarln!ts"goodnamo nomc," tncro is now ot Hood's Sarsaparilla at moro sold In dowoll, whor o ,rH Is mado, yvll.. than of allblood -- X purlfiors. KIPPS Peculiar In Us plicnomc- -'- V' ni 1 record ot sales ahtoad, other preparation has . OV .CYC attained such popu-ty In so short a tlmo, y DKCATtm, III., Dec. 1, 1890. Mrs. Sarah O. Dodge, of this city, has fallen heir to $."00,0.00 loft by her grandfather, tho Into Josoph O. Hodson, of London, England. Sho forwarded proof of her relationship to her lawyors, and will receive her inheritance Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1800. A'o nro Mrs. Dodgo's lawyers, nnd by her seeing our advertisement, becamo tho ngonto of her good fortune If your nnccstora camo from tho old country, writo us and Jncloso $1 for our list of heirs. There nro moro than half a bib lion dollars In Gre'at Britian and Germany, unclaimed, which rightly belong to people in tho United States. to-da- Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotcncy ns r) the result of selfabuse in youth or excess In ears nnd other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debility, nervousnes., dlulncss, confusion of ideas, acrtion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unlit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Blood & Skin Diseases g Syphilis and complications, as sore thro it, ofbulr, piln in the bnucb, eruptions,' etc., arc perfectly eradicated without using mercury or other injurious drugs. Gonnrrohca, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatment that has iiocr failed, He undertakes mi Incurable cases, hut cures thousands gUm up to die, ltcmembcr the date nnd come c.irjy, as his rooms are crowded whcnicr he stops. Consultation free, Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDIIRSS, Mkimcai, & SuitoiCAi. Institute, fall-in- xr x. BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRY OFFICE, 104 nnd 100 Itandolph St., Chicago, 111., U. S. A. 2Jtt. :!09 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. Notice. cents for extra heavy old Kentucky cheeks and stripes, roduced from 8 Five and a half cents for nice wool finish chalUes, reduced from seven and a half cts. 24 cents for all wool double width dross goods, ehecks, stripes, roducod from 49o. 14 cents for fine, blaok Lawns, in stripes. checks and grenadine patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 conts. 10 cts for same class, reducod from 15 cents. Our entire stock of fine dross goods' Henriettas, all shades, black Tamiso cloths, black Henriettas, Cashmeres, fiae French Satins, white nnd figured nil ,woel Albatroi, and In fact all our dress goods of all kinds go In this great Uojuctlon Sale. See these goods before you buy. It will jiiy you. centt for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reducod frum 12 cents, 9 cents, fine quality India Linen, from 153. 9 cents, Qaequtlity India Linon, from 15oc " 9cts. obeek and striped Muslins, from 15. 7c. for same, reduced from twolve ojnts. 5ctsfora nice long tiwel reduced from lOo lOo for misses' and children's black Lisle thro id Hose, reducod from twenty five cts. 5a ladies' or gents' llandkerehelfs, from 10a. Ono French Olngbarwrjduced from 25. 12anil now lOo. stylo dress Olngtlams, from 15o 8e nice dress Oingbams, reduced (rum Wo show you a beautiful line of oarpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Linen Throws, fiae Smyrna Hugi, at prices wbloh can not be duplicated any where. Ten cents for a good wblto wash Brush, Ten cents for a Ualvuniied Waih bowl. Five cents for a large slxe Tin WasU Pan. Ten cents for largo hammered brass Walte.-- , Ten cents for Tin Milk Unn. Ten cents for galvanised Lemon Squeaier. Fin cents fur a large fire Shovol. Five cents for paper of taoks.' One lot of assorted patterns wall paper, at .1 and 4 cents, Don't forgot the Ureal Ueductlon Sales, and place, oeui-prisi- 1i l isrr 1a f' s S ot pcoplo bo steadfastly. Do not ho Induced to huy other preparations, tjr Sold l)j ElldruRuliti. kpJrvxA confldenco among all classes hut bo sure to get tho Tccullar Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla a I. HOOD & CO., 5liUforf I'repartiloalr Aiwtlieculei, Lowell, Mju. I IOO Dotios Ono Dollar Parties visiting tho Tar Springs, who A Called Meeting. nro not guests, will bo charged 2octs. There will bo a meeting of F. & L. U. of admission feo for tho use of tho water IlHANDENBUm; KY. JL Breckonridgo county in Hanllnsburg, nnd grounds. I cannot oflbrd to kcop the GLENDEANE. July 22,' 1891, for tho purposo of trans- grounds clean nnd allow porsons who . acting important business. Tho Stato aro not gucsta tho privileges of tho F. Monroe & Son Imvn nwnJ ..., .. Lecturer will bo present and address tho grounds bratch house nt Glendenno, nnd nro now without compensation. body nnd exemplify tho secret work. prepared to furnish you with fine con- -' Respectfully, All kindred organizations nro cordially fections, fancy grocorics, and all kinds of G."Y Jordan. Juno 25, 1891t invited to attend. II. W. Oaiiman lino fresb provisions Givo tliem n call and w convinced. J, J J, Board, Sec. Buy tho Monarch Shirt. Geo. Yeakel '& Co., - v- - n Ji r wpw cywimnwui m 11 ippippywiiii r-- " Rv '"' ' - C '... f ijilijy ipyiwppipiii "" .""itvwzi;' - syjgwy Trr" 'T" " J 'Sj;i'r',',,r'""" "KfTyV-- ' ;", Fr r1" ;'.-'- , s f J . . . - ! tippiertient STi -- To Tlie Btfeckenridge News, 1i'?& ".v. f $Sf$ &? .n 6,1 a"hji' W- S8&;-:. - : S1 tif "V'!'4k' Will be paid for evidence that will lead to the indictment and conviction of the man or boy who tears down or in any way mutilates or defaces one of these cards. They cost the writer a considerable sum to have them published and posted, and if left in place, will prove a great benefit to the people as well as himself. BEWLEYVLLE, KY 5p 5.00 RKW'ARJD ! 1 . A bs?s" ,' nearly all the merchants of the surrounding towns and villages have now let their stocks run down and into, what is to them the Dull Season, the Cash Store has stocked up full with Nice, New, Clean Goods V in almnaf fivfirv lirifi and is mat hoominff and intends to keen it sroinff riffht on. While Receiving Fresh Additions to the Stock Daily. , .'". ;.'.Kd& . . SV 'V ,! aT il..i .i rJ CV?-- . -- $3. K - Kf. V'.'?SW-' - i,iVr - 1 SJ'''"'' Brar?5? -- - to go to the Cash Store where you will be sure to find the thing you want, and always at the Lowest Cash rate on everything. W r v39'ari.--- . S" KSv: in the vicinity that is still selling on. the uniform low cash rate. Nearly, or puite all the houses who started out a year or so ago on this plan, have quit it in disgust at the small profits and have gone back to the old plan, of low prices if you must, high prices if you can. The OIVIvY IB HOUSE lr H rfc i5i vrs f Ev B r A r H r v V m-f H fiL. uxrak? jf v w .k B i' Sold something over $10,000 last year and hopes to make it double that amount this year, as its only chance for profit is in t22222S3K . Xji j& Jtrij C3" eLj fcsi jEzl. JLj JbLi 25 I v k DON'T FORGET That its Terms are I H iTjfva"'!'"'" Efl'r mm fi, " WT Don't want to credit any man, woman or child for a single day. t' Jiiaa nvil tti-- vrrill Vxo Ykofil 4Via Til rvVi'Aof nvina rr vtnAluno nnrl rvof VU p&VUUV7 OUVl gOU UUUV OiUU JfVU W&AJL UC pCJ.U UA1 JUlAgJlAVOU JJLXV V' s Mia I; rr - Before Goods are Removed Bring your cash or any kind of marketable fVin lmiracf lXJ. WVVVtJU pro- - nn VAX gWVAO. (VAAflc! . . - 'f Plaase Post in ?: CASH STORE, , Conspicuous Place. K J BEWLEYVILLE, KY. 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"lMm.T--, II K ' J ' ' ';'- - - '.' ' I:i-r.ii- mb$F' ' '''!;') a ' "r '.,.r" - i jc--r- i3 afeSTjnu i B,j 'il., -.-- -- - - - '" - " 'IT -- "" '" '' ' " -- !. "'"''"'"'iA WBBBBrsmvmmk mjnp)jmm Mf igpp m r " - PER80NAL. CapU F. M. Ityan was in tho city Sunday. ' Mr. John A.' Barry wont to Ekron Monday: Mrs. G. K. Boyd went to Howesvillo Monday. Mr. V. J. Ferry went to Louisville Monday. It. E. Moorman went to Iuisvillo yesterday. Mrs. A. S. English is visiting relatives at Webster. Misses Mamio and Annio Griffith, of Owcnsboro, aro tho guests of Dr. and Both tho method nud results when Mrs. Dr. S. S. Watkins. Syrup ofFigsia taken; it is pleasant is visiting Miss Lizzie Skillman and refreshing to tho taste, and acta friends at Winchester, Ky. gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Mrs. C. W. Moorman has been sick Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysfor throo weeks with fever. tem effectually, dispels colds, fevers and cunw habitual Dr. It. T. Dempster and Bon, Bock constipation. Syrup c 'gs is tho Vale, went to Louisvlllo Monday. only remedy of its kinu ever proMrs. C. E. Llghtfoot left Sunday for duced, pleasing to tho taste and acSorghotown to visit her father, Mr. Ed. ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Hamblcton. its action and truly beneficial in its Mrs. Allen Jamison, of Louisville, Is effects, prepared only from tho most tho guest of her brother, Ilichard Camp, healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities comthis week. mend it to all and havo mado it Mr. Fred Nuppcr spent Sunday with tho most popular remedy known. his wlfo who is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Syrup or Fig for sale in 60c G. P. Nopper. and $1 bottles by all leading drugMr. Alford Watkins went to Mt. Stergists. Any reliable drugpist who ling yesterday to visit his sister, Mrs. may not havo it on hand will proGeo. E. Chick. cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try Mrs. W. I). Holt and daughter, Miss Do not accept any substitute. Hose, of Holt, Ky., went to the Tar Springs yesterday. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. Mr. W. II. Bowmer and wife went to LOVISVIllE, KY. NEW YORK, It.r. Henderson yesterday to visit their daughter, Mrs. John Burks. Charlie Miller, of the Cloverport Nkws eamo down on tho 4th, especially to see Cunnelton Enquirer. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Skillman, of HarOJiecinDr. White's old stand up stairs. dinsburg, wcro in tho city last week, tho OliOVERPORT. KY. guests of relatives and friends. Miss Sarah Hammon, of Cloverport, S. S. is visiting friends and relatives in the & city this week. Cannelton Enquirer, Mrs. J. C. BabbagO left Saturday for Next door to Breckenrhlge UfHCt Ban); Cloverport, Ky. Rosctta where, she will remain several weeks, tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Dr. Adkinson, Rev. K. Ponrod and tho Misses Moorman of Cloverport, Ky., WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1891 wcio among tho visitors from that placo on tho 4th of July. Cannolton LOCAL BREVITIES. Enquirer. Mr. Roland O'Brien, editor of tho Sinoko tho World cigar. Meade County Kcporter, Brandenburg, Mrs. Thos. J. Adkison, of Irvington, was in tho city yesterday to hear tho has typhoid fever. Hon. Walter A. Evans on the new ConMr, It. It. Pierce has put up an iron stitution. fonco in front of his residence. Miss Mary Holt,- of Holt, Ky., and Cloverport precinct is alright and will Messrs. 0. T. and J. R. Skillman, of this city, left last Thursday, for Pcwco Valroll up her usual Democratic majority. ley to spend several days with their The new brick and terra cotta plant is getting its allaire in shape to begin opera- friend, Miss Dulany. Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh and children, tions. after a very pleasant visit to her sister, The worst cases of scrofula, salt rheum Mrs. J. D. Babbago for tho past two and other diseases of tho blood, arc cured weeks, returned to Brandenburg Sunby Hood's Sarsaparilla. day, accompanied by her husband and What is tho matter with "Littlo South Miss Addio G. Ditto. Carolina"? She certainly won't go Dr. D. D. Rhea will bo at tho Cloverb.ick on her record as tho banner Dem- port Hotol next Tuesday. If you havo ocratic precinct in the county. any ills lay your case before tho Doctor Mr. John K. Ditto, of Brandenburg, and ho will no doubt give you somo inwas in Louisville Monday. Ho was tho formation that will bo valnablo to you. worm oi Ho is a first class physician and a very utuoriunaio noiucr oi stock in the defunct Falls City bank. successful ono in his lino of practice. The enterprising ladies of tho Baptist Call on him at tho Cloverport Hotel. Mrs. J. P. Cox and daughter, Bonlah church, of this city, will give an ice cream supper in Mr. Alfred Oelzo'syard K. and Miss Lucilo Gilbert, of Hendern memnight. All are cordially in- son, will attend tho orial service held at Walnut Grove vited to attend. Mr. J. P. Cox Mr. J. B. Board, of Kosetta, and Mrs. church noxt Sunday. and Mr. Anthony Kousler, a prominent Calob Hawkins, of Ilito's Bun, went to Elizabothtown Monday, as dolegatcs to farmer, of Henderson, will visit this tho District meeting of tho F and L. U., city Saturday night to sco our natural gas and other attractions. hold in that city yohtcrday. Mr. W. W. Williams and Rev. James Lino Co., hereby Tho Cloverport Pipe Vernon, of Henderson, wore passengers notifies its customers Who aro in arrears Monday for a bound that unless bills aro paid at once gas on tho East outing train Canada. Rev. in will no longer bo supplied them. This two wcoks Vernon is tho pastor of the Christian nptico may bo considered final. church in Henderson and is ono of tho Boyd Bros., Irvington, will soon havo most entortaining gcntlotuan it has been their elevator ready for receiving wheat. our pleasure to meet in a long, whilo. Thoro aro very few, if any, moro enter- Ho has just returned from a four prising firms in this County than tho months tour of Europe and tho Holy Boyd Bros. Thoy aro expending lots of laud and gives a most interesting money in buildings and machinery, and account of his travels. He had his eyes desorvc a liberal patronage and ears wido open, took in every thing statements of tho and has the happy faculty of imparting Tho Breckenridge Bank of this cjty, and tho it to his friends. l!:uik,of Hardinsburg, appear in this UNION STAR. issuo. Thoy both make splendid showings of their business, tho latter, for a Miss Pink Ricketts returned homo from now bank especially, makes a good showing both hi deposits and earnings. Elizabothtown this week. With two such splendid and well man- - Mr. Harry Major, of Louisville, visited aged banks in our county wo can havo Holm Milner this week. Miss Susie Brashcar and brother, Owen no fears about our finances. visited friends in Roberts Bottom this Encouraging reports come in from all week. over tho. county as to tho success of tho Mr. J. B. Hooing and son, of LexingAugust. While democratic ticket in ton, wore guests of C. M. McGlothlan there aro soma disaflections in ono or this weok. two precincts, in othors tho determinaMiss Lena Richardson loft last Thurstion of tho Democrats is stronger nnd day to visit friends at Lowispoit and upon tho wholo wo think thcro is no Owcnsboro. causa for alarm. But wo adviso DemMiss Lillian Crosson and Mr. Robert ocrats every whurt to bo on tho alert and French attended tho picnic at Hardinsono do their duty. Stand together as burg last Saturday. man and tho victory Mr. J. F. Jenkins and G. A. Smith, of Louisvlllo, wore the guests of tho Misses LONG BRANCH. Richardson's Sunday. Miss Jessie Hoylo returned to her homo in Clovorport after a visit of Misses Jcnnio Hardin and Bcttio several weoks to her sister, visited Miss Nellio McQoheo last Mr. Sam, Cashman and family, of Now week, who has been sudcring from an Albany, returned homo this weok alter attack of fover. a visit to relatives at this placo. Elisha Smith, Esq., was in Louisvlllo Sovoral of tho young peoplo attended last week arranging to get a now engluo tho Bontloy Bros., cntcrtainmont at ' for tho thrcashing season. Stephonsport Wednesday ovcnlng. Superintendent Donald McDonald, Mr. R. C. Richardson and sister, Miss and Engineer of tho Kontucky Fuel and Cora, joined a party going to Tar Springs Heating Co., accompanied by Dr. Dur-rct- t, Monday and spent a very pleasant day. ono of tho olllcers of tho abovo Miss Lula Basham returned to her wore looking over tho field with a homo in West Louisville Friday after a view of making oxtonsivo improvements visit to hpr cousin, Miss Blancho BasChas. Crawford is now pumping on day ham. dntyand A. fl. Ditto holds down tho Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson ontor-taine- d shops during tho night hours. quite a number of young pcoplo Mr. W. 0. McGoheo visited Louisville Thursday evening. Thoso present wero Misses Goldstein, of Henderson ; Misses lost week. Mosoly and Frank, of Loulsvillo, and Mrs. Isaacs, of Stophensport, Messrs. l'Olt llVHIUil'HIA Will Maddon, of Elizabcthtown, J. F. Um Brown' Iron Hitter. Physicians recommend It. Jenkins, of Louisville, and Dr, Goldstein Ml dealer keep Ut 1.00 per bottle. OenblM of Stophensport. and crossed red Ubm oa wrapper. WJ hend-nchesa- Col. S2?s Walter Evans on tho Now stitution. Con. . , Col. Wulter Evans, of Louisville, upon s, tho invitation of u number of our addressed a good audlonco in Fishclti-zon- JJenry Winter. Wm. Ji Winter. John M. Borntraegor. 1- - . ' er's Hall on yesterday afternoon in to tho adoption of tho new Constitution. His speech was a calm, dispas&ionatc, logical and forcible argument, and tho effect of it was marked. His audience was composed of men who camo to hear, learn nnd determine nnd many went away with their minds formed not to trust tho dangerous expirmontal document. Below wo give n synopsis of his argument : He mentioned in gratified terms his invitation to speak in Cloverport, nnd stated that having no other than a citizen's interest in tho great question of n cliango in tho organic law of tho State, ho preferred only to speak where there had been somo expression of a desiro to have him speak. Ho thought tho quesn tion involved was altogether in character, and should be discussed with calm temper, and with a view to ascertaining what was best for tho pcoplo of tho State. Ho commended the action of tho Democratic party in not treating it as a partisan question, and regretted that the Republican party had, by recommending it to tho voters of tho State, incurred tho risk of creating a division where thero should be union, as it could not bo expected that men in the habit of forming their own convictions upon such issues could change them simply upon n mero recommendation of a party convention called for other purposes altogether. Ho nrgued that changes m a Constitution should be slowly made, and only to correct real evils or to meet real emergencies. Ho quoted a remark of Judgo Story in his commentaries on tho Con stitution of tho United States, wherein, in speaking of tho men who framed that Constitution, ho said: "They knew that tho besetting sin of Republics was restlessness of temperament and n spirit of "discontent at slight evils." Ho stated his conviction that the proposed Constitution wos largely niado up, in so far as it was now, from the suggestions of discontent at slight evils. Ho spoko of the old Constitution under which wo had lived in peace and war for forty years, as being well understood; as having been construed by tho courts in all its doubtful provisions, and as not now seriously oppressing any class of our citizens. The slavery clause had been eliminated by tho highest sanction of war and National Constitutional change. He spoko of the now Constitution elaborately, urging generally that it was too long, being over CO per cent, longer than tho present Constitution; that it was experimental nnd legislative in nearly nil of tho respects in which it was new at all; that it would prevent tho development of tho resources of tho State, and consequently drive out capital; that it would impair to a ruinous extent, if it did not destroy, the Legislature, and that too upon tho idea that tho past Legislature and of courso former Legislators had been corrupt and unworthy of trust; that it would prevent tho building of moro railroads, and practically crystnllizo into permanent monopolies tho railroads that wo had; that it it would increaso taxation, first by increasing the valuation of the property to bo taxed; second, by diminishing tho exemptions nt present allowed by law, and third, by making it necessary to raiso possibly n million dollars to adopt nnd put into execution tho proposed new Constitution, to Bay nothing of tho vast expense of probablo litigation. open clauso Ho criticized the as being no moro open than the clauso in tho present Constitution concerning amendments, aud showed that seventeen men in tho Scnato could block tho possibility of an amendment by their votes. Ho showed that tho Constitution of tho United States had an open clauso which was ono in fact nnd not in name only, and to illustrato tho vnluo of an open chmso stated that when tho question was debated in tho Virginia Convention Virginia being tho necessary ninth state whoso ratification was required to put tho Constitution of tho United States in operation n majority was against ratifying tho Constitution, but on account of the open clauso Virginia was induced to ratify tho Constitution becauso sho could at tho samo time, suggest a scries of ten amendments to tho Constitution, with tho assurance of their adoption by tho people. In this way nud for this reason Virginia ratified tho Constitution, and thus mado possible our magnificent fabric of Republican National Government, To illustrate tho futility of tho attempt of tho fanners of our present Constitution to prcvont nmendments, ho showed that tho wholo object wns to fastqn slavo-r- y upon tho State as a permanent institution, but when in tho courso of the Providential working out of things slave ry was to bo abolished, tho Constitution of Kentucky did not present tho slight est obstacle. Ho said that tho argument most used in favor of tho adoption of tho Constitution was that it had cost $200,000. Ho ridiculed that argument as being unworthy of public acceptance ns much so as tho argument of tho good husbandman who having bought a Thnnksgiving turkey carried It homo to his family, Whoso superior judgment in such mat-tor- s soon discovered that it was unsound and did not think his was n wlso argument in favor of eating that turkey that it had cost him so much money. Ho pointed out certain sections that wcro ridiculous in tho extreme, and showed tho absurdity of each of them; and then pointed out others which wero tho offspring of thoinciestdomagoguory and none of which could bo of tho slightest benefit they wore designed to hoodwink-. latin's fMTTO Every day, except Sundays, at Winter's Hull, Southeast Corner Third and Murkut, Louisville, Ky., whoro tho "Music of tho Shears" can bo heard from morning till evening. Everybody invited. Admission free. - No intoxicating chin music, but plenty ice water. ! tf IN 9 m -- fc. TEMT Suizer's. - - PROGRAMME: Elegant fitting Dress Suits Business Suits, stylish cut - -- reduced prices. ON- J. WINTER popular prices. & CO. J. WINTER French, English nnd Domestic Trouserings Silk, Cashmere and Marseilles Vesting & CO. Giving You Full Value 4 c. very low J. WINTER way down & CO. & CO. FOR. YOUR. AAAAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J. WINTER ' j Performance closes every evening at 7 o'clock, except Saturdays, when doors close at II o'clock. vvvvvvvivvvvvvvyyvvvvvvyyvvyvvvvvvvvv Mon " it r K BRANDENBURG. Mr. J. T. Ditto is at homo for a vacation of two weeks. Mrs. E. Bondurant is on tho sick list, but is convalescing. Tho "Aid Social" was held at Judgo Woolfolk's Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Caspcrko attended the picnic at Big Spring Friday. Mr. T. A. Robertson spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. S. C. Mnlin. Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh and children arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. AVm. M. Ditto. Mrs. A. Morcmcn has returned from n yisit to Nelson and Bullitt counties. Mrs. Dr. Melton, who has been ill for somo time, is still in n very critical condition. MV. James Harncd, of Big Spring, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives hero. Mr. Mason McMonigle, of Loulsvillo, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents here. Miss Deo McGchco has returned from Irvington, nnd Jias been quite ill, but is improving now". Mr. Tom Morris spent a couple of days at Big Spring last week with his brother, Mr. Will Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rhodes, of Paynes-villspent Monday with Mr. and Mis. e, PhysicianSurgeon. Dr. Dr. J. M. Clayton, .. Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Breckenridge News. - Appropiiato funeral services wcro held nt tho M. E. church Saturday afternoon conducted by Rev. E. M. Morrison, after which tho body was interred in tho cemetery hero. Thero nro no flies in tho storo of Nevitt & Gough (and nono on tho proprietors, so ono of them infonncd mo.) Tho storo is well screnncd njid no flies admitted, much to tho comfort of tho customers. Saturday was our first visit to tho drug storo under its now management. Everything looked neat and tho different departments well stocked. With their attentive clerks nnd two such popular agreeable men nt tho helm, this will no doubt be n flourishing establishment. Mrs. Sallio Clarkson and daughter, Miss Renn, aro visiting relatives nt Big Spring. When returning from tho picnic Friday afternoon their horso became frightened and ran away, throwing Mrs. Clarkson out and bruising her considerably. Miss Renn jumped out 'and fortunately escaped without injury. Tho buggy is almost a total wreck. Miss Rcna let the top of tho buggy down whilo tho horso wns running nt full speed, thus preventing a moro serious accident. Mrs. Clarkson had just purchased tho buggy, this being its first trip out. Wonu upon tho World's Fair buildings wcro begun at Chicago last week. Taking into nrcouut the sizo of tho buildings for so great an exhibition ns is to bo held in Chicago, nnd the immense amount of labor to bo expended on them, tho work does not begin too early to havo everything in readiness by 1893. Tho Chicago Fair will bo a mammoth World's show outrivaling in general display and superb mngnificenco nil exhibitions heretofore given in this or any other country on the globe. Millions upon millions of dollars will bo expended nnd every country upon tho globe will be represented in some manner. This is our purpose. We thus gain youj confidence and trade. CLOVERPORT, 8ULZERS Phonograph-New Come hear the Mtisic Harvest is Nearly Hejfe Now is the timo to over-hayour HarvestYou ing Machinery and prepare for work. will find any repairs you may need for .jjour . 4 old machines ul AT John D. Hardin. V u Head-Dowde- ' Bcmi-annu- al , Messrs Will and Charles Casperke, of Louisville, aro at homo for a months' vacation and rest. Miss Bcttio Bawlings, of Big Spring, is tho guest of her uncle, Mr. H. C. Bawlings and family. Mrs. Tom Howard and son, Fred, visited Big Spring tho latter part of lost week and attended tho picnic. Mrs. J. F. Woolfolk nnd daughter, Jiinmio Leo, and Minnio Fleming attended tho picnic at Big Spring Friday. Sheriff Woolfolk, wife nnd children, and Miss Pearl Wimp partook of tho pleasures of the picnic at Big Spring. Mrs. II. C. Rawlings and son, Dabnoy, went out to Big Spring Thursday and romnined over Sunday with relatives. The Bontly Brothers failed to impress our people ns favorably this timo ns in their previous visit and cntertaininont. Miss Inn Mnlin, who is attending Normal school in Vine Grove, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents iiorc. Mrs. Robt. Brashcar and children returned homo Saturday after a weeks' visit here with her parents Mr, and Mrs. E. Wimp. Misses Mattic and Bcttio McGchco will leave Friday for a visit in Tip Top, nnd from thero Miss Mnttio will go on to Elizabcthtown for n weeks' visit with friends. Mr. Press Richardson, of Guston, camo down Friday and remained over Sunday with his sister, Miss Annio Richardson. Ho was accompanied by his cousin, Miss Julia Richardson, who will remain tho guest of Misses Wool-fol- k and Bichnrdson. -- R. E. MOORMAN'S. He is also acnt for the World Renowned Whiteley Solid Steel Mower. Give him a call before buying elsewhere. L. THEX New Constitution -- V' f Children Enjoy. Tho pleasant flavor, gentlo action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother bo costive or bilious tho most gratifying results follow Its use, so thnt it is tho best family remedy known nnd every family should have a bottle. will our extremely is being discussed on all occasions and fo yfc Mc-Goh- Mn. IIexry WATTcrtoO.v, who is "dead agin" tho Constitution, has had his say on that question, and has turned his attention to framing a National ticket for n the Democratic party in 1802. Mr. suggests a half dozen men in tho party outside of Grover Cleveland, any ono of whom ho thinks could win.' But wo suspect Mr. Wnttcrson Is talking now for buncombe, nnd probably to tickle tho faiicy of somo gentlemen for whom he has a kindly feeling. Coming down to n facts, no ono knows belter thnn Mr. who can win on tho National Democratic ticket in 1892, nnd when lie goes to tho Convention, which is to make it ho will havo a good deal to say Mr. John Barclay, of Muhlcnburg counon tho subject, nnd it will bo looked afty organized a Union Sunday school of Mr. S. ter with a great deal of Interest. tills county Sunday afternoon. of tho Union, Miss 0. 'Mnlin is president Lula Lewis secretary. Mr. Bud Mclntiro McElrce's Wine of Cardul and Miss Zulu Mai in wero elected mem aro bers of tho coinmitteo from M. E. church, and THEDFORD'S Mr. John Ashcraft and Miss Bcttio Ditto for salo by tho following merchants in committee from Baptist church, Mr. A. CreckenrlilRO County : Jesse W. Oiren, Cloveroort, A. Wright and Miss Lula Lewis com O. V. Short, Cloverport. mittee from Presbyterian church. Draabear Sc Lay, Stephonsport. Witt A Meador, Hardlnsburg, Judco Wm. Alexander, a nativo of J. J. Ssven, Uoinn Star, Virginia, but for mnny years a resident of this town, died Friday night, July 10th at his homo on East 11111 after a SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH 1 Ho was ono of our fow days illness. oldest, if not tho oldest, inhabitant of year. our burg, being in his eighty-thir- d Wnt-tcrsoWat-tcrsoT IaO Bargain "'? be talked of for the next fifteen days. We, are now closing out our Summer Stock of Clothing at rediculous low prices. JET! v" rr .'!' I O-OCOD- Wo havo no price on thorn; thoy lmvo got to go. XDDEBrESS S! At your own figures. s:Ea:o:Eis .Al.Ii fin ir IIIMU vnnm VI IU mu... W i k Ji For all at Popular Prices AiNlJ KiVI . MKUilJKKil-- ' nTr .W. rUlnv faV,WV.0. WV..V. rrrxrwla f-- i We are going to reduce our stocky in you want untoiu oargains come "jfci Jr ,.-t ;i illl amine our siock. i . a rf ' y V' B. F. BEARD & CO.) Hardinsburg, BRECKENRIDGE John Poole CIRCUIT COURT. fROYAUK'SSJ 1 THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho result of years of pclontlflo experimenting, and nro now pliiqotl. owinir to ,r com-pa'n- tholrBuporlorlty.proomlnontlrnbpvoovcry thing horotoforo produood in this lino. Thy nro noknowlod;od.by,oxport8 to bo tho flnost nnd most ponoctly conBtrnetod Lonsos KNOWN, nnd nro pooiulnrly ndnptod to correcting tho various, vlmial, Imporfoo-Uon- s. Atrial of tho iiohiNoor will ronvliwo youtimy nro PERFECT SICHT RENSWERS. EierjPalr Warranted, skS t '. i For Salo by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician PseicrlpttoBsBectlve Careful Attention. ' trade-mar- Upon tho M'holo ho argued that tho neonlo wero not onnressed bv tho ohlCon stitution, aud that it would bo uuwiso to. Biicniloo tuo out nn.il tried organic law. Absolutely Pure. oven if imported, for nn experimental Highest denounced by such men as Jno. G. ono A cream of tartar baking powder. Lnlitt U. S. Cnrlislo and W. II. Wadsvorth as unwiso of all In loaventnn strength. (lattniatnt jott lliport. nud ruinous. POWDER oLOViairoHT, ky, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Indigestion, lllllousneu. Dyspepsia, Main, rtn, NcrvousncM, and General Debility, l'hysl. ilana recommend It. AlWlcalero tell It. Genuine tuu trade mark nud crossed red lines on wraicr Ion Petition. I and J Mantle Poole, his wlfo j No.: 1738. "Notleo Is hereby given that the abovo named John Poolo and Mantle Poole, his wife, buve this day led In iny office tbelr Joint potltlon In equity, praying that tho said court do. empower tho aforesaid Mantle Poole to Use, sell and eonvey fur her own use and bene-li- t, nny property she may own or acquire, ree from the claims or debts of her husband, the laid John I'oolo; to make contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to trade In her own name, and dlspoeo of her own property by will or deed, and in all respects to act as a pkuk holr. Notice thereof Is hereby nrderod for publication in the Urkckknridor News. Given under my band as Clerk of the said Court, this 10th day of June 169). K, S. Skillman, Clerk, 11 y, siWHsisPsHssWPsssiMsPs"Bs"""B" COOLING Those - ! Can Tho Hon. Charles B. Put his Fin A SLICK CITIZEN, ger On the spot " humbug is The "American evidently on the verge" of petering out. Not a single factory has yet begun to furnish It for commercial consumption. Mr. Neidringhaus, who admits that he is better prepared for tho work than any other American lnanufaturcr, has laid in a year's supply of Welsh ; and now comes tho news direct from tho l.lack Hills that the alleged tin mines in that region are frauds and that tho Harney Peak vein, which was reported as 80 feet wide and increasing in richness as it went down, has been camjdetely lost. Wo challenge Mr. Neidringhaus or any other member of the combine to take down a map of the United States and locate the spot where either a tin mino or an American factory is located. St. Louis tin-pla- te tin-pla- te IT DIDN'T WORK. Beautiful t, ' Lisle Thread Suits Candidato and Reaper Agent Erwin Serious Result of a Lark by Two Canneiton Young Men. the Defendant in a Sensational Suit for Damages. II wvkhvm i.n, July fl. A serious shootTho Henderson Journal sajR. "S. B. ing affray occurred in Canneiton, Ind., of the Slate AVheel, opposite this city last night at lLHO' Krwin, People's candidate for Governor, likewise candidato for tho Stale Senate and traveling agent for McCormick's harvesting machines,- - is undoubtedly a great statesman. If not how could ho run so many institutions at one time ? But Bro. Erwin has a record in other lines as well. Tho record in a certain case now beforo tho Kentucky Court of Appeals show that when it comes to fooling a woman Bro. Erwin is no slouch. "The case alluded to is an appeal from Ballard county in a suit for damages. A portion of tho record is a petition which was filed in tho Ballard circuit court by a woman living in that county. In it she states that she camo to Kentucky from Tennessee, leaving her d on account of differences in that State. That while in Bal'ard she met S. B. Erwin. That ho paid her considerable attention which caused her to inform him that she was not marriageable as she had a husband living in Tennessee. That Erwin endeavored to persuade her that she had been in another State so long that she was legally divorced. To settle the question ho promised to tako legal advice. Soon after ho informed her that he had consulted his lawyer and ascertained beyond doubt that she was divorced and free to marry again. Taking his word for it sho married him. For several weeks they lived us man and wife when Erwin informed her that he hud some doubts us to tho legality of the marriago and advised her to return to Tcnncsto) and secure a divorce, This she did and again returning to Kentucky to join her liego lord, met him only to bo absolutely repudiated. "All of which goes to show that Bro. Erwin is u slick citizen from way back." bur-ban- for Men . .. V ' Worth $3.00. ' .Sold for 82.00. JNO. D. J3ABBAGE. ERNEST C. DABBACE, Manager QenU Furnishing'. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1801, How the New Constitution Taxes the Poor Han. Tho Stanford Interior-Journsays i "Certain friends of tho new Constitution are claiming In the county, it is said, that it is more favorable in the matter of taxes to tho poor man than tho old,Constitution under which we arc living; that it exempts from taxation $250hvorth of property, in section 170, -- jvhether it be land, stock or what not, rtiijltthat under it the jwor man is from taxation. Each of thcbb propositions is untrue, and opposite to each of them is true, nanny ono desirous of informing himself may easily learn. The old Constitution permits the legislature to exempt from taxation just as much property as tho people wish to have exempted. Under it tho legislature might saddle tho whole tax for State purposes on tho railroads, as is done innMassachusetts and in California, and "exempt from taxation all the property of individuals. Under tho new Constitution this wide and ample power to give relief to tho people is abridged, and tho legislature is roitiui) to exempt more tharij$250 worth not in land, not in little homes but in household goods and other personal property, which must ofcoureo bo specifically designated, as K is now uy act ot tlio legislature. The sectioti provides, "Not moro in value of household goods and other personal property, of a person with a family, than $L0 shall be exempted from taxation." It does not exempt one cent's worth of any kind of property, whether land or goods, but only provides that the legislatures of the future may, if they choose, exempt not moiik than S250 worth of personal' property. It is simply a restriction, a limitation, on the present plenary power of the legislature in this regard. In point of fact the existing law under the wise permission of the present Constitution, exempts from taxation (see General Statutes, chapter !)2, articlol, sec. 8 and article 0, sec. 27) "cattle of the value of $30, tho growing crop, articles made in the family tor family use, all poultry and all provisions on hand for family use, household furniture to tho value of $250, sewing machines to tho value of $50 and farming implements and machincrv to the value al DoWitt's Investigate their merits. Littlo Early Uisers don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for their popularity. G. W. Short says (or say) they would not run a drug store without these littlo pills. Equalizing Taxation With a Vengeance Hop-kinsvil- le ". s' A j ' ' K A- - Hero is a sample of the new Constitutions equal taxation : A lives in and has $12,000 in cash to invest. He buys a farm in the county worth $12,000. His tux rata is 42J statu and 42J county, making 85 cents. The chances arc that ho will not list his s its property at more than value, under tho claim that $8,000 would This would be its "fair cash value." Now take B, make his taxes $.18.00. who also lives in Hopkinsvillo and has the samo amount to invest. He puts it in bank stock and as there is no way to "estimate" its value ho must list the e amount. His tuxes then on $12,000 are state and county 85 cents. $10.'.00 ; corporation tax 75 cents, $!K).00, making a total of $192.00 against $08,00 paid by the farmer. This is equalizing (?) taxa tion with a vengeance ! Hopkinsvillo DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho Kentuckian. blood, increases tho appctito and tones up the system. It has benefitted many "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" is pleas- peoplo who have suffered from blood ant to take and harmless. Children like disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. it. Guaranteed to cure Chills and Fever. W. Short. -S- old by J. W. Owen. Subscription laws. In the beginning consumption is curDr. Tuckerman, editor of The Workable, which any physician will tell you. Tho greatest remedy ever known for man, Cleveland, has taken some pains to Coughs anil Consumption is "C. C. C. collect and compile tho decisions of the Certain. Cough Cure." So'd by J. W. United States court on this subject, and gives to the Washington Post, as the reOwen. sult of his investigations, the following : A Sober Set of Fellows. First Subscriber wlin ilo not fihe express The weekly newspapers in Kentucky nollcc In the contrary are considered .is I1iImk have been revolutionized in the last ten to renew their subscriptions, Sicoiul If xnliscrihers order the discontinuyears and they now coin pare favorably ance of their periodicals, the publisher ma) conin the character of matter and in appeartinue to fend tliciu until all tliv arrearajjen are In paid. ance with those of any other state. Third If subscribers neglect or reluse to take fact wo doubt if there is a single state their periodicals from the postnfficc to which that can boast of a cleaner or a better the) arc directed, they are responsible until the) edited lot of weekly papers. Tho ed- liaie tcttlid their bills and ordered them discontinued, itors as well as the papers have underFourth If subscribers mine to other places The drinking gone a great change. without publisher, and carousing fellows, with little capacity be- arc sent Informing tilt address, they the papers to the former arc held resyond the whisky bottle, and n total ponsible. Fifth The courts hae ikcbli.dtb.it refusing lack of business qualifications, have been supcrcceded by a set of hard work- to take eriodicals from the office or reuniting mid leaving them uncalled for is prim i lack ing, moral, and intelligent business men cWdcncc of intentional fraud. and bright editors. Tho counting room Sixth II subscribers paid in advance they arc bound to give notice at the end of the time, if is looked after as carfully as the editorof $2.i0." The whisky bottle has the) do not wish to continue taking It ; otherial columns. Here by a low estimate is exempted been found with good wise the publisher is authorized to send It, and will foreach householder in the State, an av- newspaper work and as a result many the subscriber with be responsible until express notiic notice, Is all erage of $500 worth of personal property. of the most successful country news- scut to the publisher.pt)ineut of nrrearag s, The new Constitution, if adopted, would paper men do not drink at all, and old The latest postal laws are such that at once compel tho legislature to cut this topers are few and far between. This newspaper publishers can arrest any one list half in two, and reduce the exemptwas exemplified at tho l'aducali meetfor fraud who takes a paper and refuses ions to about $100 in farming imple- ing two weeks ago. With nearly a hunto pay for it. Under this law the mun ments, $100 in furniture, $25 in cattle, dred representative editors present and who allows his subscription to run along $25 in sewing machines, and nothing in ofIon a frolic too, not one was drunk for some time unpaid and then oiders it the shape of growing crops, provisions, during the three days. It would be discontinued, or orders tho postmaster to &.e. The new Constitution would thus, very hard to bring so many men of any mark it "refused" and have a postal card V as shown by the report of the State Com- other calling together and relievo them sent notifying the publisher, leaves himmissioner iif Agriculture for 188!), neces- from the restraints of business cares, self liable to arrest and fine the samo sis sarily add lo'tho list of articles to be tax-e- d without more or less drunkenness and for theft. IK) millions of dollars worth of the considerably more than Kentucky edloor man's milch cows, sowing machines,- - itors ever indulge in. Eliabethtown "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" holds no plows, wagons, chairs, lieds, and bread News. middle rank, but is at tho front, it is and meat for his family, which are now pleasant to take and guaranteed to euro untaxed. Disastrous as wo believe the Don't storm the system as you would a Chills and Fever. Sold by J. W. Owen. 1 new Constitution would prove to all fort. If held by the enemy, constipation, 4 ", classes and to every interest in tho State gently persuade it to surrender with A Oiant Hammer. tesitatingly declare that it would DoWitt's Little Early BiKcrs. Those litTho most wonderful object in tho hear moro heavily, unfairly, and cruelly tle pills are wonderful ponvincew. KoW United ,. . States Govennent works now in upon the farmer and laboring man than by G. W. Short. progress at South Bethlehem Penn., is upon any other. Takes All Bights Away From the the great hammer just completed. It was designed by John Fiitz, chief enV Folk-lor- e Folk-CurPeople. And gineer ond general superintendent. Mr. Somo of the scientists who make a The proposed new Constitution has no Fritz consulted tho plans of Le Creuzot, fmnnifllfi' r.f fnIL-- lrvr.t lint.. 1nti.1i li.wni confidence in the people, and besides, it MSSASm' following them us fur as thoy met the ') making inquiries about tho malady denies them tho right to decide what conditions of construction V, ' which the country people called spring taxes are essential to tho public welfare. ed. Tho entire foundation already adoptof tho S', fever. It is a genuine malady, though It denies to counties and districts the mer room is actually laid on what hamtwo more disagrci-ablthan serious. i et it right to regulate local affairs, and places years ago was tho bed of the Lehigh should be taken note of. AVliilo the tho sparsely populated counties at the Biver, which was deflected from its -scientists arc inquiring about the tone of mercy of the thickly populated counties. course, and the anvil and hummer frauio the malady, those who are suffering the It deprives our cities and towns in like rests on piles. Abovo these of lassitude, nervousness and melancholia, manner of local It deals cyclopean masonry has been a massand built, that are its symptoms, should run the with tho legislature as it would with an and upon that the anvil is superimposdisease out of their systems by means of idiotic oirspring. It seems disposed to ed, consisting of a bed of solid iron capas an that more subtle scientists and folk look upon that body of - -- . ped by u bed of steel. This anvil repre' -- S. S. S. This is particularly ncc- - unnecessary evil and ought to bo abolishsents tho trifling amount of fourteen ' sinco spring fever leaves tho sys ed. It shows its worthlessness to the hundred tons of solid metal. adlii such a condition that it succumbs people in many ways, and now its Over the anvil springs tho colossal .lily to diseases that arc moro danger-i- s vocates are trying to convince the public frame which supports tho hammer. and less easily controlled. S. S. S. that it is allright. and ought to bo en- This frame bears a certain resemblance at the August election by the in shape to dorsed is a preventive as well as remedy. a truncated tower of Eiffel. voters of this commonwealth. peoIt isn't a very nice thing for a young plo of Kentucky aro not blind, The aro It springs to a height of ninety 'feet nor from a spreading base whose foundatman, or anyone, for that matter, to smile they flisjiosed to look upon this hide- ions in a superior way at ignorance. aro clamped deep in tho earth. bound instrument as a thing of theirs. This huge structure contains four hunThoy will not have it. They aspire to You never tried DoWitt's Little Early dred and seventy-flv- o tons of iron. Tho Itiscrs for constipation, billiousness, sick something moro useful to n Constitutap of the hammer is a square solid headache or you would not have these tion which does not restrict tho people block of iron faced with steel. It runs us does this in every way imaginable. diseases.-S- old by (1. W. Shott." in a groove, liko tho hammer of a pile, Constitution carefully Bead the If you learn that peoplo nay spiteful, and voto for it as you'd vote for an driver, is raised by steam, and has n hoist of eighteen feet. It weighs ono wicked things about you, and untruthful enemy. Earllngton Ilee. hundred and twenty-fiv-e tons. Tho things at that, bo silent. People with impure blood may be said total weight of iron in this stupendous The First Symptoms of Death. to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of half, hammer, fnuno and anvil reaches the Tired feeling, dull headacliiiains in its joys when tho blood is loaded with enormous sum of two hundred tons. various parts of tho body, sinking at tho impurities and disease. Correct this Ono can perhaps moro clearly realize pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, condition with DoWitt's Sarsaparillu, it what tho direct plunge of a weight of ono hundred and twenty-fiv- e fovcrishness, pimples or sores, are" all is reliable-S- old tons means by G. W. Short. if ho considers that it is equal to the ositivo evidence of poisoned blood. jlenny So you are going to bo mar- weight of two regiments of soldiers, No matter how it became poisoned jt must be purified to avofd death. Dr. ried, my dear. You must get one of or seventeen hundred men, but having thoso new maniiigo certificates that thoy even moro impetus, because concentratAcker's English Illood Elixir lias nev failed to remove scrofulous or syphj ilPi sell in Chicago. ed in a solid mass of so many cubic feet. pobton. Sold under a positlvo gua WW E Gladys How are they V It is with this mighty engino that tho byG. W. Short, Cloverport, K WI""' IB Jenny Why, they have a. divorce armor plutcs of our ships of war aro to fa ' ' , Sf'oupon. be. forged. IJx Witt & Vendor, Ilardinwlmnr, Ky two-thirden-itr- o'clock. The particulars are as follows : A young man named Byles landed at morning from Canneiton yesterday Leavenworth with a raft of shingle blocks for Win. Donly, proprietor of tho shingle factory at that place. After he had delivered the raft he took in some of the saloons and afterward repaired to a hoiiBo of ill fame. Ho was followed by Merril Brazce and a young man known as Jack Wilson, who determined to have some fun out of Byles as ho seemed to bo very much of a country lad. Thoy discovered his stopping place and Brazec stationed himself at the back door while Wilson took a position at tho front door. After a few minutes had elapsed Wilson began to knock loudly on the front. Byles hearing tho raps rushed out tho back door where ho was seized by Brazce, who exclaimed at the same time "I havoyou now." Byles instantly drew a revolver and fired. The ball entered Braee's left breast below tho heart ranging upward and was taken out under the loft shoulder blade. Tho second shot entered his left shoulder blade. Drs. Mitchell and Ladd say that tho second shot which entered his back, passed out through tho samo holo made by tho first shot in tho breast. The second ball has not yet been found. Brazce hoji about ISO is expected to dio of ago and a member of a promiyears nent family of Perry county, Ind. Byles No is a native of Henry county, Ky. arrests huvo been mtide. Owensboro Messenger. We cannot afford to deceive you. Confi- three elapse. Long, slender, tapering fingers determine the first, ami deuoto delicate, traine perceptions. A subject with such linger.! has an inuato fondness for art, ioctry, music and tho higher forms of literature, hi tho second clas9, the fingers aro shorter, aro nearly equal in length, and havo blunt ends. They denote a practical, mutorial mind, thorough and reliable, rather thau brilliant. A woman with such fingers would make a careful ami elllcient housekeeper, and a man with similar ones would bo cautions and thorough in business. In tho third class, tho fingers aro short, thick and s.pmre, and havo short, largo nails, with cushions ou each sldo of tho nails. A subject having these fingers is activo, athletic, opinionated, selfish, has strong appetites for the material things of lifo, und is liable to form strong prejudices. D. D. Bidwell in New York Ledger. 1 Cliunirlcr from the finger. Ab far as thj fingert aro concerned, oxpei ts in palmistry divide hands into IT WILL COST YOU NO' - To rentl this und may be tho means of Paving you many DOLLARS. In any way of doing business Cents and Nickles havo to tako the placo and do tho work of Dimes and Dollars, ( SUGGRSS." r H han but stimulated us to greater and moro liberal efforts. It in of no consequence to us Wo aro tho agents df Manufactures. go, what they bring or vh6 gets them. What wo must where the goods do is to sell that wo now propose to do. A Kudo 1'ellotr. Pretty Girl Did you seo tho way that man looked at me? It was positively insulting. Big Biother Did he stare? Pretty Girl Stare? Why, no. Ho ran Ids eyes over mo and then glanced off at some one else, just us if I wasn't worth a second thought. Now York W.fldv GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION -To the Seashore, via I., St. & T. and. C. & It is a Sixteenth Century Suit full size 15cd with nrt elegant Washand Dresser extra size bevel plate glass, and cheap Furniture n 'speci er alty. B Itt, fcl 9X Vl?lsfcV 0, Routes. Full Ull cJn OlfcU Rorlo fnr UUUd IUI nil U4i $ - elegant coaches and Pullman sleeping cars, will leave Louisville at 1:30 p. m. .from Seventh street depot, Wednesday, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited en- - route. A special train composed of White Sulphur Springs, Richmond. Carts $8.50 up. Top Buggies $40.00 Whatever you may ntfed from a wheelbarrow to a thrashing machine Give us a call. dence is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's Littlo Early Bisers am pills that will cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by G. XV. Short. It Of Carlyle Mr. Gold win Smitli tens ono excellent story: One ovening tho party were seated ou the terrace at Lady Asbburton's, In contemplation of the gloilous moon that bhono overhead.' "Poor old woman! uroko out Carlylo, suddenly. Tho company looked astounded, but it soon trrnspired that tho reference was not strictly personal. Tlio sago was merely apostrophizing the moon, and condoling with her upon the scene of folly she was doomed to look down uiion on every hand except, perhaps, at Chelsea. Pall Mall Gazette. Wim tlio Moon. t3 'Tuns a Good Dual Neiirur to Ueep On. "Tho funniest incident in my experience?" queried tho bridge policeman. "That was tho couple from tho country just married. They had reached the exact center of tlio bridge. 'Oh, my darling, I can't go ft step farther,' exclaimed tho bride: 'what shall wo doV Do, my precious? Why, we'll go back to tlio New York end and tako a train across.' And they did." New York Times. Million l.'ncllsll. Ouo told to write mi essay upon tho horso, which ho did in tho following brief terms: "Tho horse is a very noble auiinul, but when irritated ho ceases to do so." Another had to write uion the difference between riches and jwerty, and ho ended by saying: "In shoit, the rich mun welters in crimson velvet, while tho poor man snorts on flint." Lady Dnfferin's Viceregal Lifo in India. nan during an examination was August -, '01, reaching Old Point Comfort next evening at 0:110. Round trip rates to Old Point only 15.00 from Cloverport. Passengers will lcavo Cloverport on regular trains at 10:015 The train will bo run under the auspices of tho Chesapeake & Ohio R'y Company, in charge of Mr. W, A' Wii-gu- s, Traveling Passenger Agent, formerly of Hopkinsvillo, Ky. Reduced rates ot the Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, can be secured upon presentation of C. & O. special scashoro excursion ticket. Special attention will be paid to ladies without escorts. Sleeping cur accomodations will bo provided, but in order to havo choice of berths, application should be made to W. A. Wilgus, 2oI5 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Iw., at once. Sleeping car rates will bo $4.00 for berth, Louisville to Old Point to bo occupied by ono or two persons; Louisville to Clifton Forgo 1.50 to bo occupied by ono or two persons. Special side trip excursions can be made from Old Point at low rates. Tho route is through tho canons of New River, along pictuiesque Greenbrier riverj passing White Sulphur Springs, crossing the Alleghcnies and Blue Ridge Mountains und beautiful Shenudoah and Piedmont valleys. Stop-ove- r privileges will bo granted on tho return trip, enabling excursionists to visit Richmoud, Whito Sulphur Springs, and othor'celebrated resorts. The choice of routes between Richmond and Clifton Forgo will bo given. may return either via Excursionists Charlottesville and Staunton, or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James River, Tickets will bo good returning until September 3d, 1801. Handsome book descriptive of scenery along tho lino will be mailed to any person upon application to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., or to Agent L. & N. R. R. H. W. Fulleii,G. P. A., C. A. It. R S. A. Wikki,, P. P. A., L. St. L. & T. R'y. :ru-:fttt:r,:e, HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, Haroinsiiuiu, Ky. DUNN TItADE Sc GO'S 'JBTlAJSTJD MAIllt. 4 urejawlonelleal Jan-afactrarod OxUjr "toy I I I I l j At 0 CUTROY, IKtlD.D GREGORY & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. HERE WE AEE AGAIH (vlT VrTwr ! QiBry a iMirniturc in varieendless t -- ty. am now back at my old I vjttBiiPP A rBa"BnlraTirTi Orlando, tho nephew of Charlemagne, was eighteen feet high. He always accompanied tho army on foot, there being wo horbO tall and strong enough to curry him. Pluterus in his published writings tells of u giant whom ho examined at Lnceruo whoso body in asuied 19 feet 4 inches and u lines. St, Louis Republic. DeWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys sucli poisons us scrofula, skin disease, eczema, rheumatism. Its timely use saves many lives-S- old by G. W. Short. IZ.is (hints .Wnily Twenty Feet Tall. The giant Fenagus, who was slain by and almost painless process. stand and respectfully solicit the patronage o and all Pevic diseases cured by a new the public. str,iottjtk,e, FILES C. D. TuKroni). 1 iryd? r frK"----- ! s Consula-tio- n free. Call on aro write for printed Dits. II. W. IIendiucks and matter. No. 018 Third AhIc my Tor - snsn T - - 4 Street, Louisville, . IC FURNITURE, Iloneit Goods. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Ii. ncentx If not lor mile lu jour plncu link our dealer to hcihI fur cntnloifiir, sec uro lie Ilouelnn Slioes. I agency, ami act tlirm for Jon. KTTAKK XO SUHSTlTUTK.aJ 'vC t i ij not general' known in I ..is town u man who bus twice ma le tlio perilous journey to Mctca. Hadji Crown ho is called in tho .a t. the "ILv'.ji" meaiiin pilgrim. Mr. Bro ii i ii ?.'ishm:i!i by birth and a IruMlu ai.d juuinasist ly profession, lit tli:is,traveled linicli in Persia, Afghani-stu- n no i. lid other oriental countries, Vp :..t Arabic like a native, nnd in 'i i.i Lit !i coht tune l.e easily passes for a Tuik. It was in this character, of course, that he visited Mecca, for without i .iiuo such disguise he would havo been murdered bug before reaching tho s.k iv city. Sirlliuhard Burton, whoso in,,k' visit to Mecca iu:tdo him famous, would have been slain by a fanatic on the jonni'-bur for tho fortunate fact ttt.it .Sir Itic'i.ir.l w.i n bit tpiickor with lii.t veapo:u thau wan the would IhJ os- I f.u.cy t'..t.t .r i.i (.tin lu Miiiii. IiaJ ijTrO IPf FOREMEN n r that lla io &fob1k WHY IS THE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? g Ivr iISf MED. CO. IEllEJ a5 ST. LOUIS M0. 4 VV. I 1 dULhiu. .,, law-make- Blown is taken for a Mussulman in the eattt, and he says his prayers in oriental fashion. As a mutter of fact, it ii not u very difficult feut to par" us a Tnr.., even umong Mussuhnen, tor 'links tue of till complexions, and even a Id ue eyed man who spoko tho language und woie tho proper costumo would not be challenged unless ho moiled suspicion by some uct. Sir Richard DurtOu'j moment of dani r came liom a very simple neglect tool save a custom of the peoplo with whom he journeyed. Now York Star. , It U a seamless shoo, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt thereof; modo of tho beat line calf, at) Hull and easy, and became tee make more ihoti of Ihtt trade tlMn anv other tnanufaclmer. It equals baud- lowed shoes costing from SI.IAI to $3.U0. QO (Joiiuliio Ilunil-scwc- d, the finest cair pJm shoo over offered for 5U) equals Frcuili Imported shoes which cost from 3.ui to 6l W. Wolt Hlioe, flno calf, 00 llnud-Sowe- d p stylish, comfortable and durable. The bent shoo ever ottered at this price i same grado as cus- shoes costing from I8.U0 to J'JJJI. BJO 30 1'ollca Shoot Farmers, Itallroad Men WUi andLetterCarrlersall wearthenu fluecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, exteu. Sloucdve. Ono pair will wear n year. ICO HO fluo culfi uo better shoo over offered nt sUsba this prlcoi one trial will convince thoso who want a shoo for comfort and service. Worliliigiiinn'fl ffiO 3 mill gj.00 and durable. Those shoes are very strong who havo given them a trial will wear uo other make. S'j.uu nun 9i.7i senooi snocs aro worn bv the bos everywhere: they sell on their merits, as the increasing sales show. snoe, uesi VU.OO, lluml-kuUIC- B I uougola, vcryst; cauals French Imported shoes costlugfrom iliii to MJi). l.ndleV 'J. .10. 8.2.00 mul $1.73 shoe for Misses ure the best flno liongola. stylish aud durable "I I on .Seo that W, L. Douglas' name und prlci aro stamped ou the liottom of each shoo. W. L. DOUULA8, llrockton, Mass. THE S3 SHOE BEST SHOE L. DOUGLAS cehKeVn PREPARED a sure and certain cureknown for 15 years thebestremedvforpii.es. BV RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R CURES NOTHING BUT PILES . Qe (A BVERr WATERPROOF COLLAR on CUFF BE UP TO THE MARK JSTot to QlDll-taXTcyt to IlSCOl6l?2 Z THAT CAN BE RELIED ON J6 BEARS THIS MARK. Boy SI TRADE nrlitass r E LLU L0 Mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. 1 FOU SA.3Vin BY Bowmer & HamMelon OAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. CLOVERPORT, KY. t -- Iliar Miootlns In Thibet. As 1 drew near I saw a large bear atnudiug in tho river feeding on the cur-cuof a yak. n Tukiug a gun from one of my iiit-i- i 1 fired ut it, breuking its shoulder. When my men saw what I hud shot at they turned and beat a hasty retreat, shouting to mo to run, that tho "wild man" might not devour me. Another shot, better aimed, put an end to the bear, but not to tlio flight of my Mongols, who even thou would not approach. Our failnro to 6kin my prize neatly broke my Tientsin servant's heai t, for by it ho lost his chuueo to the gall, u much valued medicine in Chlua, und worth eight or ten ounces of silver in any drag shop. Mongols and Thibetans uttack a bear only when thoy uro a strong, well armed party. My having killed one. of theso dreaded monsters alone seemed a feut of great daring, and tho story was told to overy Thibetan wo met afterward as proof iosltlvo of ray dauntless courage. W. Woodville Rock-hi- ll in Ceuturv. ss wjmxmr BEST W iSSHI A. W WJUT THOROUGHLY Cor. JelTcrson, Center THE fll THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. I.ATB AI.KXANOKIt'SIIOTKI., WILLAR Court-IIousc. V RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.fi0 Per Day. ami Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. -- OlEAl'EST MEDICINE JINOWN CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. IT WILL ALSO oumn BILI0USNE88, DYSPEPSIA, AND CHBOMIO CONSTIPATION. m? MEDICINE CHILL CUFG. C. C. MARTIN, mlB' LIVER A. W.Jones, Wm. Oahi.ku. J.J. Sullivan, J. W. R. I0QAN, Manager. L. Maisball, Clerks. C. 5lV II. m fi Puju'iiiiKY, CASLER PRODUCE Telephone 419, Ring 4. - PUMPHREY, Ureckonrlilijo Co COMMISSION-MERCHANTS- 1 BUTTER AND EGOS A SPECIALTY. Cloverport, DRUGGIST NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. LOUISVILLE, KY. Ky 1 '"- -x t USfc msjn .,. Wmmm