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II !l't depend n people to dlk-coyou and your business. Keep constantly dlggl'K at them through the advertising column of this paper. VOL. XV. Hon W. A. Peffer the Champion of the People's Party at NO. 52. ! Hardin's Encounter With in a twenty minutes speech, but like tho Frankfort. "Genii" when they stole his roc egg, his power was broken, and his words fell without effect. Wat Hardin had cut his GENERAL MERCHANDISE. V r J. hamstrings. Ta tho great Feast of At the conclusion General Hardin was The General lllake Short Work or challenged by Mr. Davis, tho Texas Illiii And Iloc Not HI I lice III gontlcmali, for a joint discussion next Word. evening. It was cheerfully accepted, I Of unavoidable delays "vc are a litand tho writer with his usual curiosity 1)1. .Frankfort,' KY., July 10th, OF- tle behind in getting ready for Davis is went round to sco and hear. HEADQUARTERS FOR Editor Brhckf.srhkie News: tho man who crentcd a sensation somo New Crop of Wheat, but the Although tlie Legislature is not, in time ngo at Cincinnati, by hugging has long an ivc don't intend to bo be- - -- ficssion and tho "Con-Con- " soldier on tho stage dursince censed to bo talked of personally ing tho "People's Party" Convention. hind in the They will sell you Ginghams for S and o cts., worth to and i: yet still tho Democrats of Franklin IIo is the pcisoniflcation of gall nnd ' Calicoes, best Chambray styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth 6 to county have enough politiciul gossip to his harangue of ncnily an nnd Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 lor the next te.i Quality of work we do. desatisfy them. Disheartened by ono hour consisted in calling Mr. Clevelnnd days only. another, nt tho hands of tho a tyrant and General Grant a scoundrel. feat after Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to ic. Democratic party, tho Republicans of Frankfort has somo very intelligent Wo have just recoived a very large and beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. 1. yards .wide Yield of Flour we make, this county liavo joined tho Farmer's negroes and when tho Allinnco orator formerly sold for 25 cts. WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which wc arc closing out at i ' y Alliance nnd together with a few dis- heaped condemnation upon tho right Fine Persian Lawns and Alulls 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to" 20. , to get hand bower of their emancipator, and prices which will astonish you. affected Democrats, who failed India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. NOR THE ".W, ofllcoat tljgvlifnds of tho party, they spoke in unfriendly terms of their deBleached Cotton best brand Hope 8k cts. worth 10. ' II liavo nominated for rcprosenntivo ono ceased leader in battle; tho colored man Lodies Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12 J. whom they claim to bo tho "People's was Insulted and moro than ono hiss In Dress Goods wo aro displaying Tho fame of that emanated from red lips at tho rear end Party" candidate. Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-Rovc- n Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. given our Customers. had of tho building. Davis offered no rem- an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks nomination spread to Kansas and inches deep at prices ranging from Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to'75 cts. " tho effect of bringing a missionary to edy, except to start a machine and ant solid Colors at unprecedentcdly low .13 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also a full line Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days only. Dr, preach the now doctrino to tho peoplo grind out money and givo to tho people, prices. Call and see tho beauties wo aro of Wltito Skirting Goods, ranging in lail to attend and get a bargain m something you need before this aucHo came in tho person and in his speech of fifty minutes sucof Kentucky. prices from fW cts. to 80 cts. per yard. of tbo Hon. W. A. Peffer tho man who ceeded in convincing himself that ho displaying. Calicos, including Indigos at 5 cts. tion closes. Wc mean business and will do what we say. Respectfully. in a move of tho samo kind broke up had mado a grand effort, and in convincper yard. fc MP. A T.IYR.. tho G. O. P. in his own stato by defeat- ing the leaders of tho "People's Party" "Main Street, Wo have just received it beautiful line of HARDINSBURG, KY. is to givo entire satisfaction in every ing John J. Ingalls. that their fences would have been in I county of Brccken-ridg- e better shnpo hnd ho kont out of tho f. To a citizen of tho respect. and especially to ono raised up county, lor tho first time in J lis lifo in 'the ancient town of Hardinsburg, General Hardin said ho found himself where ho has been accustomed, under in a debato with nothing to reply to. moples which lie said that Mr. Davis lived a "devil" the Which wo arc selling at prices which astonish every ono who Wc will begin grinding July 14, surround our court house, to hear of a long way off, that ho did not know fr- -i " the real issues of the day from much about him, but ho looked like a examine the line. SPSS' niX&' and our Elevator will bo ready to child-hoo- d n very early period of his disappointed oflico seeker; that ho had in prices, wo aro soiling thorn regardless In GROCERIES wc lead receive wheat about- two weeks and has unnecessarily absorbed a good scon Democrats in Kentucky nspiro to of cost. ITS fw(m3 ffilsflwl deal of pure Democracy, a political leaderships and being defeated had gone later. Call and seo our lino, tho most complclo ever brought to tho country most inviting offafter falso gods, and ho thought ho speaking is .about the thing in tho world. Actuated by feel- saw a decided rescmblunco between ings of this nature tho writer went that class hero and tho tull gentleman round to tho old court house nt Frank from Texas. Somebody, says AVat HarGLENDEANE, KY. fort to attend tho People's Party love din, is paying tho fiddler. The Fanners' Wo aro also agents for tho Celebrated ,(Studebaker" wagons nn in explaining our business to all feast, but 'tis a most, lamcntablo fact Alliance in tho South arn't doing it ; for that he found gall in tho cup and tho there wasn't a single legal delegate from tho "Oliver Chilled" Plow. AVlio will call or write. the Wo sell tho Ilorso Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured Tho that section in tho "People's Party" participants making wry faces. Respectfully, a discharge of small Convention. Tho farmers in Kentucky North Western .Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade battle begun with arms in tho person of J. II. Davis an aro against this move, for only this after of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our prico before Texas who hi a thirty noon wo received communication from buying. Wo will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. Tho largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices speech depleted tho wrongs that grand old man from Christian counminutes can be found at A Success. KENTUCKY WAR CLAIMS. dono tho farmer but failed to oiler u ty, Dr. Clardy, that ho would bo here in . MILLERS, Royal. Germetucr is established as a remedy. This dono tho Texan retired a few days to warn tho farmers ngninst to rcmarkablo success. Thousands of testiand Senator, elect, Peffer began his nr- - it. Who is it then ? Who is paying An Official Abstract Forwarded Washington For $120,000. monials attest its virtue. Many of these gument. this man to como hero ? What makes e carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture aro given by men and women of tho at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness mado Frankfort, Ky., July 10. (Special.) is an educated man and spoke ill him leave a lucrative law practice in He a pleasant'manner but lacks tho magna-tis- Texas and como hero as a missionary to Adjutant General Sam E. Bill said to- highest standing in tho most honored from pure Oak lanncd Leather. He teach tho good peoplo of Kentucky a day that he had just completed and for- walks of lifo. which tho people expected. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, 8G.50, 87.50, 89.00 of tho In tho midst of a flourishing and rap- nnd $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75o, 90o and spoke of tho wrongs which had befallen heresy akin to anarchy ? I'll tell you warded to tho Third Auditor 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, tho country and then of the wrongs who is doing it ! It is tho ring leaders of Treasury, at Washington, nn abstract idly incicasing business, tho prico is re2.50, $3.50, 1.00, 1.50, $5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry a lino now being done tho farmer. IIo said he tho Rupublican Party, another ono of of tho fourteenth installment of tho duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This of Itubbor Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at is dono in tho interest of thoso whoso was not there to discuss tho cause but their tricks seeking to break up the Kentucky war claims, with a memoran4 very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The wns there to offer a remedy for tho evils Democracy in Kentucky, which God dum of proof taken from tho records of circumstances in lifo deter them from Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, anil everything pertainabpaying tho higher price. Tho rich will existing and he did so by advocating knows Is so pure and undefilcd that tho the Adjutant General's oillcc. This ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Humes and Chains, the fa'e,coiniigo of silver, just what tho artillery of hell itself can't shako it. stract aggregates $120,000, which tho buy it at any price, hut tho managers Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Democrats of Kentucky did in their Away back yonder, says General Har Adjutant General says ho is hopeful will feel that a medicino which possesses Mr. C. P. Babbagc will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds lust stato convention, but saying noth- din, when the Master was seeking to bo allowed by tho accounting officers of such wonderful powers should ho placed A part of tho $75,000, within tho Teach of tho poor. Many of repairs and make new work to order. y Treasury. Bill" for establish the church of his Father; the tho ing about tho It will pay von to cxamino our stock. put have said that Germetucr was tho cheapit was repudiated by ninety per cent of Devil set up a job on him. Taking him which has already been filed and by tho depart- est medicino 011 tho market. When it is the Alliance Lodges in the South, nnd up on an exceedingly high mountain he under way for verification 3D- just remembered that a bottlo of Germetucr last by favoring a building of government showcth him all tho kingdom of the ment, is included in tho abstract believed makes a gallon of medicino ready for world nnd says, all there will I givo you forwarded ; but, in all, it is appointing of government congratulate you on the completeness Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R, R. 9 Ken- use, it is certainly cheaper thnn ordiCo. agents and of loaning money nt 2 per cent to fall down and worship mo. And bo that tho next Congress will givo $12o,-00- 0 J. L. Miller & Payno are not in nary medicino ill a bulk, and when tho in all tho details in your preliminary tho lenders of tho "People's Party," not tucky an appropriation of at least arrangements and tho good order and to tho people retaining a lien on their f yet duo on tho claim for tho ordnance powers of tho medicino nro taken into business together as a great many deposited produce and if necessary tak- of tho "Farmers' Alliance," hired by a 3STO. decorum which prevailed during this ordnance stores furnished by tho account, tho prico amounts to almost people think. I am for myself and ing a mortgage on their homes. Feel- pack of Republican manipulators show and to trying ordeal, and on the resulting detho General Government. This nothing. ho had acquitted himself very to tho honest Democratic farmers of Stato Germetucr is tho coming success Hint monstration of tho rapidity and painwill say and como to mo and I ing that from tho $(iOO,000 direct dibtinct Talc I us i;ifect creditably tho Kansas Senator now Kentucky visions of Government money claim is lessness of this method of inflicting the at 2 per cent., and land (lowing with tax, to bo refunded to Kentucky after has already come. Ask your druggist And will show you that I will sell you took his scat to watch tho result. Tho experience of to- At 5;00 o'clck A. H., gnnday.yo7.30. , 1390 penalty. Legislature assembles next winter for it, and if ho cannot supply you write deatli the result camo soon and swift and ter- milk and honey, through tho medium of tho day has proved to our satisfaction that WmI HokwI Train Kail Hound Tratnt a Government store houso. All this and to accept it from tho Government. Both to 12. M. Coleman, General Represcna-tivFiuit Cans, both Glass & Tin rible Louisvillo Ky.. Send for hook con- this method is superior to any other yet much moro will wo givo you, say tho sums, however, when paid, will bo turnW 61 Mail Mall devised." Rising from an.obscuro corner by tho taining particulars and history of Kxpr'a Kxpr'a STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr'l deceivers, if you will leave tho old party ed into tho Stato Treasury. The certificate is signed by Cailos F. door and coming forward with all tho cures. and worship us. But on tho first MonDally Dally McDonald and Samuel 11. Ward, nnd Dally Dally enirorncss of a Roman Gladiator was Good Looks. 6 25pm 8U"am Iv.Un'n Dp'L.nr 1(6 day in August may tho Democrats of 9 (ftprr. tho names of tho witnesses of the execu manly form of P. W. liar I'm, skin deep, seen tho THE ELECTRIC1 DEATH. 6 JO 8 2U Kentucky St. 12 60 Good looks aro more thnn 860 Brcckcniidgo county join with tho DeIIUO 7 20 1210pm 810 of Wcktl'olnt depending upon n henlthy condition tion arc nttnehed. ono who is always on hands when thero 7 2Ti OtO 12 07pm 8tj" Howard mocracy of tho grand old Common- all tho vital brgnns. If tho Liver bo in- Official Statement of the 74.ri U20 Hock Haven USJiiii 745 Doctors at is a politicial battle to fight, a man who with 40 pieces of ware for $7.00. 9 27 wealth in saying, "Get thco behind mo active, you have a bilious look, If your 7M 7 Si I.onu llrancli 114J Can't Sleep Nights the Execution. gives no quarter and asks none. Gen8 01 llr.uulciiliurL' u37 II 31 7 20 stoWli bo disorcded you have a dysSatan." M. 8 07 II4U Mculu Sprint's II ao 7 22 Nkw Yoiik, July 15. AVnrden Brown, Is tho complaint of thousands suffering eral Hardin was loudly cheered by his peptic look, and if your Kidneys bo af8 11 IHl! 1121 7111 Kkrnn 061 11 1(1 Oiiston 7 07 in his own forcible you liavo n pinched look. Secure of Sing Sing Prison, filed his certificates front Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. 8 22 fected many admirers and 1107 IriniM.m 068 A Child Killed. and you will lmyo good of death in tho cases of tho mtirdeiers Did you over try Dr. Acker's English 82U 100J good health 8.-way ho proceeded to make minco meat 1012 1068 0 4!) Wclstcr alis tho 10211 847 Lmllluirir 1051 641 J Another child killed by tho uso of opi- looks. Electric Bitters directly great IIo admitted of tho Kansas Statesman. on theso Slocum, Sniiler, Wood and Jugigo, with Remedy ? It is tho best preparation 1027 acts 866 10 42 l'lurcc 030 terative and Tonic 10 30 10 30 Sl....plo coitifl-cate- s 024 known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a !)U2 tho farmers of tho country wcro ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. vital onmns. Cures 1'impies, iiioicnes. tho County Clerk that Tho 10 41 U10 SU'phcntport 1020 015 Why mothers givo their children such Bolls and gives a good complexion. Sold positivo guarantee at 25c. and 50e. by G. 910 10 49 aro mero formal announcements in a desporato plight, but said before ho 1021 Addison 000 -' 50c, per 1052 1018 Holt 000 that tho sontenco of law has been ex- W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & 919 1100 offered a medicine he wanted to diag-nos- o deadly poison is surprising when thoy atG. W. Short's Drug Store, 9 3J 10 OJ Cloverport 661 V bottlo. 9 40 1114 Shop 965 5 4J ecuted. Attached to them aro tho Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. tho caso, ho then showed tho peo- can roliovo tho child of its peculiar trou9 62 1120 9 44 Skillman 6 31 bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. 1137 death warrants and tho signatures of tho 1001 Homc-mad- o 932 IIuwonlllc 621 Tin Buckets at plo tho bold robbery of tho Republican Endorse. Governor Buckner Can't 10 OS 1141 9 23 I'etrle 512 party by unjust taxation and argued It contains no opium or morphine. Sold Attached 1014 1151 917 Falcon 605 B.ickner witnesses to tho execution. Govomor Tho Times says: 15 cents. 115r,.un 1017 Ciijco 913 6 01 to tho certificate in Jugigo's caso was a that if taxes weep reduced monoy would by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and OF 10 23 12 03pm 4 65 9 00 I.cwrioit returned homo yesterday from a six statement signed by Drs. McDonald and 10 41 12 21 good, in all of Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. bo plentiful and times 8 47 4 38 l'owera 1235 1065 weeks' visit in tho East, and when Ward, who 8 32 4 25 I'atc. this oppression. Ho continued, for tho attended tho autopsies. 1245 1100 Owcnsboro 822 417 A Kind Word. subject of tho new CARTRIDGES, past twenty five years Kansas had ac"drawn out" on tho tfAILS, GUNS, 1269 1118 MattliiL'ly 808 4 0'. Its full text follows: 1120 107 Stanley 769 360 Twenty years ago a forlorn little Constitution which has been undergoing SEWING MACHINES, 1137 117 quiesced by a majority of eighty thou"The undersigned, having served as 7 47 VorthliiBton 3 40 SjMiltsville mulatto boy sat apart, ono summer day, such general discussion in his absenco, physicians at 1165 137 7 28 3 31 tho execution by electricsand Republican nnd oven tho distin-cuishe- d BUILDING HARDWARE, 12 U5pin 1 40 Il.iskelU 7 19 3 23 personal relations of for negroes in Philadelphia. ho said: My 12 20.uu 2 00pm ar.Hcndcrt'n lv 705.1 m 310pm prior to two in a school ity this morning of James J. Slocum, Bontlcninn himself Capital Stock $25,000. ROAD CARTS. BUGGIES, He was idle, mischievous and, as usual, friendship with tho members of tho Harris A. Smiler, Joseph Wood and years ngo, had by his voice and ballot, inspire mo A visitor camo into tho Constitutional Convention in disgrace. Schihiok Jugigo at tho prison under n. F. BEAltD, Protdcnt. aided in this oppression of tho many Loufsvi'le.Hardinsburg & Western R, n. school, a woman, who, herself ono of with a strong desiro to voto for an WILL MILLEll, your charge, horoby submit, at your reagainst tho fuw. In viow of theso facts, STOVE M. II, 1IKAHD, Caibter. 7 BOX COOKING which, ns a body, thoy have quest, tho following report of in tho tho . "dark peoplo," possessed culture ho considered it inconsistant No. 5 TIME TABLE. their obpresented to tho peoplo for ratification. servance: First All of tho condemned Q. W. HKAUn ") Taking KIToct at 5,00 o'clock n. in. Sunday Ken- and much wisdom and tact. gentleman to como as an apostlo to 20-inoven for 811.00. Dltoctors. with "What is this boy waiting for?" she Thero is much in tho instrument to com- men walked into tho execution room MOHUIS KSKHIDC1K oepieniuer za, lsau. tucky to try and got tho farmers of this J mend itself to favorable consideration, unrestrained, witli firmness and with- II. M. JOLLY. West Hound Trains can and will soil goods cheaper stato to elevate him who had been Emit- asked. Ksut Hound Trains I j My IMTEIiST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Dally Dally "A whipping," dryly remarked his and much that is objcctionnblo. Dally Dally out assistance, seated themselves in tho fifth rib since tho ting them under vx Sun. ex Sim, STATIONS. ex bun ex Sun I than any houso in Town. views wcro very distinctly expressed turn in tho electric chair without the N'o.5 No. 1 v. it t No, All teacher. closo of tho war of tho rebellion. She beckoned tho child to her side, during tho sittings of tho convention, slightest protest 030.un 1115un I.v lrvlnjjtnn Arl 9 4.5.1111 6 45p or resistance, and quiet.of which to judge from tho enthusiasm 715 1142 4 60 012 iiiiriieui and held his hand whilo sho heard tho nnd I hnvo not found reason to chango &fL 1168un 4 20 7 37 H52 lamed ly submitted to tho adjustment of tho WlfctVu, the nudionco (less Republicans) agreed indulgonco in 1205pm 7 IV 844 class rccito. When thoy had finished thorn. Tho excessive 410 Junction straps nnd electrodes. 12 13 to. IIo then took up tho wnrohonso SecondIn 7 65 UB Ilardiiuliuri; 837 400 sho asked a few questions about him, legislation by tho convention in matters each caso unconsciousness was produced 8 2S 1223 823 348 Jiinitlon W schemo and showed tho impossibility 12 SO 852 Kirk 8 15 3 23 V Hg,. and then said to him, smiling : of taxation and in many other respects instantly by tho closure of tho 12 47 910 8 0J Jolly 3 00 of that. Ho said if ono nmn had a right cir.'ttit, (Icndonno 'J 47 105 7 44 "You must tuko your whipping, for can nOt but bo hurtful in depriving tho which was complete and 220 t inwithout to put wheat in a warchouso and draw 10 15 120 1 40 7 29 Itockvalu you desorvo it, but never deservo an- General Assembly of tho right to legis- terruption until tho heart's action had 10 29 129 7 20 ltutli 129 monoy on it another had the Biimo Asking 1041 135 712 1243 . CLOVERPORT.KY Wo colored peoplo need great late on matters which should bo left to entirely ceased and death had certainly 1101 148 Oaks 1221 067 right to put in saw logs, another coal, other. 11 20m 2 UOpm ArFordsviIlcI.v 6 45am 12 aim men of our own raco to help us great their discretion, within proper constitu- occured. tho r&ck quarryuian, stono, etc., find B A pamphlet of Information andab- AVliat seems most doctors, great preachers, great scholars. tional restrictions. ttractof the laws, (bowing How loM "In each caso death was manifestly that it would tako a warchouso reaching Your vObtaln Patanti, Careata, Trada tells mo that you aro fond obnoxious to mo is tho indorsement in teacher .Marki, ConrrUhU, ttnt painless. In compliance with tho statfrom "Arnold's Hill" to tho Stnto MtlNN & OO. of arithmetic, and do well in it. Try to tho Constitution of the principal of proute an autopsy was mado in each case about threo miles, and fully as Sv3Ul llrondwny, bo a great civil engineer." tection, giving tho right, virtually, of as soon as practicable by Dr. Ira T broad to hold tho produco of Franklin Headquarters for Tho boy became a man of inlhienco taxing entiro communities for tho bono-f- it of Now York, in our prcbonco county. U JKJU, nnd n help to his people IIo said lateWith every and under our supervision, with the reof a few manufacturers. IIo mado tho schemo wild and luly : "Thoso chimco words put n soul in- dcslro to act in harmonv with my asso- sults revealing tho biuno gross changes nndallPevicdlscaMS cured by a now dicrous and was about to closo with an to me. I really owo to them much of ciates,! have not reached tho conclusion Perfect action nnd perfect health result in tho blood as previously observed in Cbnsuln- - ovation to Democracy when ho was inGrain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mica and almost painless process. my success in life." Youth's Compan- to voto for tho constitution." from the uso of DoWitt's Littlo Early cases of 'death by tho action of strong tion frco. Call on aro wnto lor primcu formed tliat his time was up. It was a iean Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Risers, a perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. ion. Dns. II. W. IlKNDiucKsanu mistake, howevor, and General Hardin matter. electrical currents. Specimens, especial- AY! by the Barrel, Plaster Hair. TUKFORI). C. D. Short. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho ly of tho blood and of tho nervous sysDo Witt's Investigate their merits. No. 018 Third Street, Louisville, K replied "I wont tako much moro of your & thno gentlemen, but, I do want a few Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, cause blood, Increases tho appctlto and tones tem, wcro taken by Dr. Yangteson for Cliuiico of nililrvhk. IVIinu ordor-In- ir Rrick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring aludilrt'kN uf ytiur pmtur cliuitgvil system. It has benefitted many tho purposo of careful microscopical exY.ou novor tried DoWitt's Llttlo Early minutes to givo you all somo Democratic nausea or pain, which accounts for their up the old km iliu ways kept on hand, liavo suffered from blood amination, and tho results will be for- Hlvy irlvo ilio AIwuvm woll u poit Orders acnow HililrukN. Vflvn for constipation, bllliousness, sick gospel," Ho did It with a ten minutes popularity. G. W. Short says (or say) peoplo who Risers county nnl Stutn, If jour companied by cash prompt amid tho enthusithoy would not run a drug storo without disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. warded to you as soon as Bpecimotis aro office. In not rwolvril rriciiltirlr, nopnpur licadacho or you would not liavo these talk and then retired completed. In conclusion, allow us to tify Ilk. W. Short. j tilled. asm of his friends. Mr. Peffer replied theso littlo pills. diseases. Sold by G. W. Short. 0 ACCOUNT MOORMAN & EELER, Come ! Come Come ! GLENDEANE, KY. s LAUGHTERED PRICES WITT MEADOR. self-conce- Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, FOR THEX NEXXT TEXN DAYS. Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mtills. mj DRESS GOODS. Jrft OTO AIM WTTT oprm - Clothiii T dis-cubs- p r We Take Pleasure MOOEMAN & BEELER, C2 h' xn BOYD BROS,, -- f u IltVINGON, KY. .Bo HAMBMTOH m IT'S NOT "Sub-Trensur- i SO! ZEZILIBLiEll'Onsr. TIME SCHEDULE 17. ware-house- s, kJ e, won-dorf- ul STEP STOVE, Hay Rakes, Sorgo Mills, to-da- Evaporators. ..- BANK HAEDI1TSBXJEG ch 7 J Don't forget the place 1 i L. MILIEU'S 3RATENTSC .lt4 irtt.W K com-ctar- y, leUTFTTTIE, fiHESDUr &C0., Van-gleso- n, STRICT IFIXjIBS Reapers and Mowers, Pine Poplar Shingle s) Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JNO. Demochats don't let up Keep at it until lato in the evening on the ret 1 HARDINSBURG V. U.HAUUAUU DEPARTMENT, LONG BRANCH. Mrs. Kate Hendrick has boarders. Mr. F. Ditto and wife camo down Sunday to spend a few days. Mr. W. F. IJamsey, of Now York, is stopping n few days with A. Ditto. This vicinity was visited by a splqndid rain last wcok, and ovety one rejoiced in it. S. A. Wikel, General freight and passenger agent, of tho Texas, warf hero Sunday. Mr. Phil Obryan and a party from tho city wero down Sunday to visit tho Louisville Salt Co. All the farmers aro through threshing thhs bottom, nnd havo about completed their hay harvest. Judgo Orlcy Kiehardson and a party from tho city wero down Sunday looking after tho Union Gas Co. Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield Stein aro visiting Mr. Stein's brother, below Brandenburg. They will remain away about one week. i Mr. and Mrs. Dick. LcGrand and children, of Guston, wero hero Sunday visiting at the residence of their friend, Mr. Will Chambers. Long Branch bids fair to soon become an importantpoint in tho blackberry market judging from tho many people engaged in picking that delicious fruit. Mr. Sim II. Dooley nfter a most delightful visit of three weeks among his many friends at this placo has returned to his work in Ohio. There is a rumor in circulation that has started several to thinking. Confess Sim. PUBLIC SPEAKING. D. II. Severs and Dr. Harned, Candidates for tho Legislature will address tho leoplo of Breckenridge county at tho fol lowing times and places. July " 22nd. Wednesday, McDaniel, " 2.1rd. Planter's Hall) Thursday, " 24th. Friday, West Viow, " 25th. Saturday, Garfield, " 30th. Thursday, Jones, " 31st. Friday, Ball Town, Clovcrport, August 1st. Saturday, Respectfully. 1). II. Skvkiis, 11 .- - I JULY 22, 1891. Monday in August. W. K. Barnes is taking an active part in this canvass and doing soinp good work for tho party. CiiAiitMA.v Editor D. & VIKGII. O. 1IAI1UAGK, Udlloraand Ii., St.'Kf 4 L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Proprietors. T. Local Time Cnrd. 10.05 11.07 5.58 9.27 11.19 ..10.05 ooixa WK8T. Passenger Dally bit. Hardtnsl)urg..l2:05 p m. Mixed (tx. Sunday) arr. .. 7:48 a.m. " OOINO KAST. -- i Mail and Express going Kast ' West Express " East "- - Weit Local Freight " Eaat Weit " a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Evkkythino points to Sover's election. Tho pulse of tho crowd at Hardinsburg Monday was decidedly in his favor. IJrtOTiiKit Lcnnin says, ho is for Dr. Harned or anybody to beat the nominee. ,-- .. Passenger Dalljrarr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " 3:55 p.m. ' TICKET. John Younjf Ilrown Governor l.lcu't Governor Mitchell C Alford Allorney General W. J. Ilcndrick I.. O. Norman Auditor Treasurer II. S. Halo HcirlBter aiiil Office G. II. Swnnffo Supt. lMib. Instr'u K. P. Tlioinpaou CPU CoUrt ol App'U Abram Addam D. II. Severs For Representative EItIOCll,VTIC vnl-uab- lo now, thcro is nothing Btrango about this. It is just as wo expected. Well, You are right Brother Lcnnin there is very little money in politics, but somo how or other wo can't help being a Democrat even if there isn't any money in it. ' Mt'o" Severs says, "I am a Democrat" Judoe J. A, Murray is doing some and there ought to be enough enthuecrvico on ho stump for his party siasm just in these words to draw every in this state. Hkrk are ten dollars to a five cent nicklo that "Little South Carolina" givosSovcrs a Democratic majority. The jury in the Tato bond cases have rcturnethft-vcrtlic- t for tho sureties. The case vjH again probably go to the Court of Appeals. Jov. llllCKN'En nmrn ina rntnrn frnm Tho cast has consented to make a few Democrat in Breckenridge county to his support. es . . A vote is now being taken in tho of Kansas on the subject of schemo from dropping the tho Allianeo platform, nnd-i- t is believed a majority will voto in the nffirmative. ry -- b k "nlsoV' f spceciriyfor the Democratic State ticket. Hepresentativc. We saw Mr. Glasscock IlonsP.'Wat.IIarditfwill tako tho stump at Hardinsburg Monday, and ho said ho . that Mr. Kobt. Glasscock, tho present deputy sheriff, was off in this election for was not going to leave tho Democratic It has been reported over tho county of Ohio have held their State Convention and again put Governor Campbell at tho head of tho state The Democrats party yet. We feel sorry for Dr. Ben Harned. Ho is a good man, a good citiezn, and wo be- 6- - MSB'S ticket. Thcro was some opposition in the convention to tho rcnomination of Campbell, but ho seems to be tho man to carry tho party to victory in that state nnotheyear. As for Cleveland for tho Presidency in 1892. Mr. Wntterson says, He is for his nomination if Now York consents. But if the attitude of the New York Democracy indices that Mr. Cleveland will be knifed out of tho voto of the state again, as lie was before, it would bo suci-cidto nominate him, and when tho party. leaves Cleveland it leaves New York; al lieve conscientious. But he is decidedly off in his present position before tho people. Ho is entirely nt sea, at the mercy of tho storm, without a pilot or a rudder, and tho people see it nnd wo believe the Doctor feels it. Hon. Tico Jolly set himself right before his party and the peoplo at Hardinsburg last Monday in a neat little speech explaining how ho camo off the track. "Tico" camo off with his own accord, believing ho conserved the best interests of tho party by doing so. Ho is a Democrat and an earnest supporter of Mr. Severs. N X 5' 4 , V ".' 5 J A - Si ' mm v t Dn. N. C. Mosley in one of the nicest little speeches we have heard in a long time, Monday announced F. A. Beavin, of this city, as a candidate for the office of County Surveyor, on tho Democratic ticket. Tho News endorses every word uttered by the Doctor on that occasion, Frank Beavin is a splendid young man, ' ' done'it. in every way capable of discharging the duties of the office and a Democrat tried LET US CONSIDER. is not quito two weeks until the and true. His announcement appears in It election. It is customary to say that this issue. each canvass is hotter than any that preThe despicable practice of mud slingceded it, but it can hardly be said of this would seem to ing dragged into this canvass by the one, much as conditions indicato it. Every effort has been put friends of both candidates, is not in keepforth by tho enemies of the Democratic ing with our ideas of a county race. It party and these efforts have not always doesn't make votes for either party. It been seasoned with honesty and justice. only stirs up and brings out tho bad Teh platform upon which the opposition blood in men and sometimes results in party aimed to make their fight can be bringing innocent parties into strife. By expressed in very few words and is sim- all means stop it Quit your unholy ond ply "anything to beat the Democrat unrighteous warfare. Tho candidates nominee. The oflicc must be had and are our own countymen. Both bear irin order to get it he must bo defeated." reproachable characters as men in their As to methods, circumstances should every day walks of life and there is no suggest them, llarncd has made his fight occasion, because they happen to be runfrom every, point on which ho could ning for office, that their private characmake a temporary stand, and when driv ters should bo assailed. en from one ho flow to another. Now, Ho.v. John Allen Murray returned his resources arc exhausted and he must face a full fire in ho open field. Ho has homo last week from a very successful learned as Josh Billings did that a man campaign of the state in tho interest of His speeches can't court the favor of two opposing the Democratic party. parties and preserve an average. Before were received every where with the he knows it both of them have him anal- highest commendations, both by tho yzed and marked traitor. If tho Demo- people and tho press, and were highly cratic party should be beaten this time, satisfactory to the State Central Commitho heat it ? What party or what princi- tee. General Castlemcn is urging him ple defeats it? Think for a moment of tho to continue in tho work until tho electcombination of ideas arrayed against it. ion, but the Judge's private business It is not antagonized by a principle or by is such that it may prevent him from a theory. It is not antagonized by tho making any further appointments. Tho party as a party because Judge has added to his already good rethey have named no candidate. It is putation as a speaker and a man well up not antagonized by tho Alliance united in tho affairs of men and things, and and working in harmony on n definite especially of the politics of his country, platform. That order, prohibited from aro proud of Judgo Murray ; proud of his making a political nomination, lias had ability as a speaker, a lawyer, and a y statesman, and wo rejoice in his successits' principles twisted by a few individuals to fit emergencies un- - es. Thcro aro the fewest number of basic principles aro lost in a fog. towns and counties in this state that send f aHn m tiliits HIP .'lie simplest statement of conditions is out better men than Judgo Murray, and that the Democrat party is antagonized they should bo proud of him also. M jby a man who wants an office, and must A man who has practiced medicine for nave it at all hazards. Why has Harned changed his tactics so often at tho differ- 40 years ought to know salt from sugar : ent appointments ? It was a matter of read what he says: Toledo, 0., Jan. 10, 1887. necessity. A canvass intended to catcli Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentlethe voto of all parties and classes must necessarily bo varied and indefinite. men ; I have been in the general pracWhat catches one crowd fail3 to catch tice of medicine for most 40 years and another, and the candu'ato soon finds would say that in all my pratice and exhimself bewildered amid propositions perience havo nover seen a preparation from which bo cannot extricate himself. that I could prescribo with as much Such is tho hopeless situation of Harned confidence of success as I can Hall's at present, and tho people seeing his Catarrh Curo, manufactured by you' predicament and tho futile schemes in- Havo prescribed it a great many times dulged in by his lieutenants aro growing its effect is wonderful, and would say in conclusion that I havo yet to find a sick of it all. a ticket is so indefinite in a cam- case of Catarrh that I would not cure, if If they would take it according to direc paign, what would it bo in an adminisV whom tions. If Harned waselectedto tration Yours Truly. would ho bo indebted ? To what party L. L. GOUSUCH, M. D. would ho bo under obligations? Has Office 215, Summit St. boon going wrong all theso everybody Wo will give $100 for any case of Cayears ? Havo we all groped our way in jiolitical darkness, ignorant of our own tarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's needs, waiting for 1892 to bring us n Catarrh Cure. Taken intornally. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O. Moses that should leads us out of the Sold by Druggists, 75c. ? Is this man divinely apwilderness pointed that wo should boliove him, Tho many friends of Mr. D. W. Falr-loig- h when ho tells us wo aro nil wrong, nover will bo sorry to hear of his Illness knew what was right, and tho only way at tho homo of his brother-in-law- , Mr. out is to lay down all and follow him. Jus. W. Lowis. Brandenburg. Ho has Think of it gentlemen, Ilepublicans ana typhoid fover. His condition Monday Democrats. A man says I would not was reported favorable by his physician. voto for either of your parties. TJioy aro Hon. F. P. Straus did not fill his ap-- J too corrupt for me, but you just como from among them and voto for mo. pointment in this city yesterday owing out "Presumption" doesn't half express such to the illness of his partner, Mr. D. W. nn act, but there aro enough considorato Fairleigh, which called him homo from voters that will express their disapproba- Hardinsburg. Ho will not likely fill his y on tion of it at tho election, to put it for- appointmont at Union Star this account. ever in oblivion ollice-htingrto-da- ColjjP. Wat IIaiidin knocked all tho wind out of Pefler, tho Third party man, in a joint debate at Frankfort a few days since. Peffcr came over from Kansas to do up the Democracy of this state, but before Wat Hardin got through with him he was moro than willing to throw up tho job. Our Frankfort corresiondent tells us in another column how ''Wat" Cold drinks at Wm. II. Bell's. ice for sale at Bell's. .22 lbs. C. sugar for $1.00 at Bell's. 19 lbs. of Granulated sugar for $1.00 at Bells'. A choice lino of cigars and tobacco at Bell's. Miss Emma Smith is visiting in Evansvillo. Buy your family groceries from "Witt & Mcador. Lemonade, Milk shake, cider and cream soda at Bell's. Beard & Bceler havo a nice line of notions, lawns, etc. It pays to advertise in the columns of tho News. Tryit. Mary Moreman, colored, is serving a twenty days sentence in jail. Call on Wm. II. Bell for your confectioneries and family groceries. There arc two bastardy cases in progress in tho county court this week. Misses Era Hensloy, Irene Board and Bessie Beard, aro visiting at Big Spring. Beard & Beoler aro selling tho most wonderful stock medicine in this county. Witt & Mcador aro offering all quali-tie- s of goods at reduced rates for the STEPHENSPORT. cash. Tho marshal pulled several coons SunMiss Annie Bartles, of Clovcrport, was day for shooting craps down on tho pic- tho guest of Miss Helen D. Brashear last nic ground; , week. ii is reported mat tlierc is to bo a Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Loeser returned to State Allianco speaker at Harned one Louisville last week. day this week. Miss Molfio Berry, of Louisville, is the Wo are now offering some bargains in guest of Mrs. J. C. Brashear. summer clothing. Como and sec-Be- ard Mr. Murph Meyers and Mr. Duncan, & Bceler. of Louisville, were in tpwn Sunday. Bcporta from Union Star aro to tho Miss Arathusa Harris, of Louisville, is effect that Mr. Severs is all right in his the guest of Mrs. Andrew Crawford. homo precinct. Mrs. Joe. Smith, of Louisville, is tho Mr. Rhodes, tho speaker from Texas, guest of her father, Mr. II. B. B. McCoy. did not put in his appearance at Sample Progressive euchre and croquet parlast Saturday. ties seem to bo quito tho fad this season. Tho homo crop of watermelons will Quite a number from hero attended be a little late this season on account of the memorial services at Walnut Grovo tho dry weather. " Sunday. Mrs. Barkley, of Stephcnsport, and Mr. C. L. Chamberlain, of the L., St. Mrs. Alley McGary, of New Albany, arc L. & T., spent Saturday evening in town, visiting in the city. also Mr. Frank C. Ferry. It was the opinion of a great many Mrs. A. T. Bennett, who has been vishere Monday that about of iting in New Harmony, Intl., for somo tho crowd w ere for Severs. time, returned homo Saturday. Her Miss Basham, who has been visiting niece, Berrio Ford, camo with her. Miss Nora Smith, returned to her homo Misses Georgia nnd Kate Hawkins at Owcnsboro last Saturday. entertained a few friends Thursday evenProf. Shacklett went to Garrett last ing in honor of Miss Kelsey, of CincinSaturday where ho delivered a speech nati. All spent n delightful evening. in favor of tho now Constitution. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. R. Every family should havo a bottle of C. Brashear, on the evening of the 13th, our cliolcra medicine on hand, don't put in honor of Miss Lula May Mudd, of off getting a bottle. Beard & Bceler. Louisville, was quito a pleasant nflair, Major Scott and his family went up and all reported a good time. to see Mr. Ben Hardin last Sunday, who is quite sick at his home near Kosetta. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The school trustees met Monday night Tho best salvo in the world for cuts, and levied a small tax on this district for bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever the purpose of making somo repairs on sores, tetter, chopped hands, chilblains, corns, and Bkin eruptions, and positively the school building. cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Mr. W. D. Wilson was allowed twenty-tw- o guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or dollars in tho county court last Mon- money refunded. Price 25 cents per day for furnishing tho timbers for tho box ForsalobyG. AV. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, bridge across Bock Lick creek. Ky. Everybody ought to know now where Tico Jolly stands on this election. Ho Notice. made a public statement at tho court Tarties visiting tho Tar Springs, who houso last Monday that all understood. aro not guests, will be charged 25ets. Mr. Milton M. Tato, ono of our highly admission feo for tho uso of the water respected farmers died at his homo near and grounds. I cannot offord to keep tho this placo last Thursday. Mr. Tato had grounds clean and allow persons who been ill for some time and his deatli aro not guests tho privileges of the was not unexpected. grounds without compensation. Respectfully, Tho Hardinsburg Baso Ball club will G. W. Jordan. Juno 25, 1891. play the Louisville club at Louisvillo on next Saturday. Tho railroad company will tun an excursion at reduced rates Summer Excursion Rates to Clover-po- rt for all who wish to go and sco the game. For Tar Springs. Tho railroad company aro expecting a Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, nnd largo crowd from hero on thir 25th to continuing until close of August tho L. to take in tho gamo of baso ball at Louis- St. L. & T. railroad will sell tickets to ville. Ilaswell and Whitworth, who ran Clovcrport at ono faro for tho round trip, the last excursion, mado a bid for this account Tar Springs, for tho afternoon one, but tho railroad company run tho trains on Saturdays and morning trains price up from fifty to ono hundred dol- on Sundays only, good to return on Sunlars per coach. S. A. Wikel, day ovening train. In another column will bo found the G. P. A. advertisement of Mr. J .11. Johuston of this city dealer in wines liquors and Tho citizens of Ilite's Run are petitionfamily groceries. Mr. Johnston is ono ing for a of the oldest dealers in that lino in the placo and whatever he says with reference to his business can be absolutely relied upon. Somo parties aro circulating tho report that Mr. Severs was put out by tho Hardinsburg peoplo for tho purpose of Makes tho lives ot many people miscrablo, and olten leads to Distress going to the Legislature and getting tho after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, railroad tax, which was voted in this heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all gono " feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and lrrcgu-.- . district, saddled upon tho whole county. larity of tho bowels, aro . Such a story is wholly unfounded and DiStrOSS somo 0f tho moro common tho proposition is practically untonablo symptoms. Dyspepsia After not get well of Itself.docs on its face. Tho railroad ohurtor already .. It baling; requires careful, persistent granted provides how and by whom that attention, and a remedy llko Jlood's tax shall bo paiJ, and it can't bo dono in which acts gently, yet surely and any othor way. efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other Hon. F. P. Straus spoko at tho court organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus houso Monday in favor of tho now ConSick overcoming tho local sytnp- His announcement somo stitution. toms removes tho timo ago served to draw a largo crowd thetlo effects of tho disease, banishes tho to town and tho court houso was crowdheadache, and refreshes tho tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I ed when Mr. Straus took the stand at 1 did o'clock. Ho spoko for at least two hours had but llttlo appetite, and what I did cat mo distressed mo, or and a half and during tho entire time llttlo good. In an hour hud tho strict nttontion of his audience. bum after eating I would expefeeling, rience a falntncss, or tired, His argument was clear convincing nnd as though I had not eaten anything. My trouforclblo, and know doubt mado many ble, I think, was aggravated by my business, friends for tho now instrument. Mr. which Is that of a painter, and from being Straus speaks again nt Union Star tomoro or less shut up in a room with fresh paint. Last -- Cnur day. spring I took Ilood's Sarsa- - StOmacn rilla-to- ok thrco bottles. It did mo on Thcro were forty-si- x teachers examlmmcnso amoant of good. It gavo mo an ined at Hardinsburg last week. Twolvo appetite, and my food relished and satisfied received first-clacertificates, sixteen tho craving I had previously experienced." second and six third. Twelvo failed QEonoE A. Taob, Watertown, Mass. altogether. Wo had,thought of publishing a list of tho questions used in tho Bold by aUdruggtiti. fit tixforfU. rreparedoaly by 0. 1. II00D & CO., Apothecaries, examination, but wo found them entireHu. 100 Dosos Ono Dollar ly too long. . Pure Lako I V V . i' Announcement. Owing to a vacancy In the offico of Surveyor, enufed by tho reilgn&tton of Mr. F. St. O, Jolly, tt becomes necessary to elect some one to fill the unexpired term of two year. Encouraged by numerous solicitations from all parts of the county, and actuated by a deep Interest In the welfare of the Democratic party, I have decided to make the race, and, If possible, push it to a glorious victory. I au informed that my opponent is making no personal canvass, and as I cnuld not well do so, I shall merely make the announcement, trusting that thoso Interested, either In my behalf, or that of tho Democratic party, will rally to the assistance of the ticket, thereby gaining sueh a victory as will bo a credit to the party. F. A. Dkavin, I ( I I I . I f i " . ' Lay ' s- '!.,'., i . Z ' - j? " This paper down, please place it. with our advertisement on top.' ... V . Election Notice. MAOISWATK I.V v rv t' J y FORKS OP BOUGH DISTRICT. State of Kentucky, Breckenridge county. ) Called Term, June 25, 1891. It is ordered by the Court that an eleotinn be held in the Forks of Rough, Magisterial District, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1891, for the purpose of electing a Maoistkatk. Tbo sheriff and other officers, required by law to hold said election, are required to execute this order. Attest: Joux E. Monarch, Clerk. - "5TOTJ ' top and we always expect to be trust you will render us this slight fa- vor. 4-t i SEE at the or- - A .: 'LitP Election Notice. co.vsTAni.u itARUiNsnuno niTSRtcr. ' m-..' , t : r A. Siateof Kentucky, Urockenririgo County Court, Called Term, June 25, 1891. j ) It is ordered by the Courtlthat an election bo held In Breckenridge county on MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1891, in Hardlnsbnrg Magisterial District for the purpose of electing a CONSTABLE. The sheriff and other officers, required by law to hold said election, are required to execute this order. Attest: John E. Monarch, Clerk. IN ANT CASE' Buy your Clothing from ! s i ( Election Notice. COUXTV SUitVKVOK. State of Kentucky, Breokonridge County, ) Called Term, June 25, 1891. ) It Is ordered by the court that an election be held in Breekenridge county, Ky., on MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1891, for the purpose of electing a county SURVEYOR to Oil the vacanoy caused by tho resignation of F. M. C. Jolly. Tbe sheriff and other officers, roq'uired by' law to hold said election, are required to execute this order. Attest: John E. Monarch, Clerk YEST. He Has Evidence r, V "' I A V Election Notice. COUNTY COKONEH. ;..fr$' I - ( v "S .a 4 two-thir- State of Kentucky, Brockenridge County Court, Galled Term, June 25, 1891. J It Is ordered by the Court that an election be held in Breekenridge county, Ky., on MONDAY. AUGUST 3, 1891, for the purpose of electing a CORONER in fill the vacanoy caused by the resignation of Wm. Pendleton, and the sheriff and other officers required by law to hold said electlou, are required to execute this order. Attost: John E. Monarch, Clerk. . of Curing Hun dreds and Hundreds of the Worst Chronic Diseases. OUH GKEA.T ' Reduction Sale GEQ. I YgAgEL & CO., BRANDENBURG, KY., A reduction in the prices of goods that will large reduction in tbe sir of our insure stock. We have more Spring goods than we should have, nt this season, and mull morn them at any loss. The most desirabU goods in the house have been selected for thi sacrifice, and ut those prices will surely attract large crowds of purchasers. Here is a partial list of our wonderful ntt actions, aid we havo thousands o f others just like them 11 STATEMENT the Breckinridge Bank, of Cloverport, Ky., at the close of business, June 30, 1891. Notes and bills dlso't'd Bank fixtures and furn'turo Banking house and let Overdrafts Suspended debt Bonds Due from Banks Cash on hand L1ARII.ITIK8, 1S0,0H2 Of the Condition of c 4 90 2 572 25 3.335 14 1,292 08 US 75 25.881 04 10,942 09 18,941 67 CLOTHING. $10 for our merchant tailor suits, reducod from 21 dollars. $12 for our fine suits, men'.' and youth's, Iroin $18. $9 08 for all suits In curkscrow, &.),, $7 4a fur all suits all wool goods in chovolts, reduced from $12. $4 93 for all wool suits for men and youths, nice goods, from $8. 49 cents for blue 219,178 92 reduced lrum $15. Capital stock Deposits Surplus fund Undivided profits Dividend-No- . July 2nd Taxes duo July 34. 4 per cent, due 1S91 1, 1891 $ 45,100 140,623 21,000 4,211 00 36 00 88 fX." cottonude pants bull-d- og make. 1,801 00 434 68 219,178 92 SHOES $1 24 for our best calf brnpan, 'none such,' reduced from $1.00, .98 for a good full stock brogan, reduced from $1 25. $1 49 for men's sewed shoes. In all styles and I, A. B. Sklllman, Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statemeet is true to tbe best of my knowledgo and belief. A. B. SKILLMAN, . Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the 22d day of July 1891. Cius. B. Skilluaw, N. P. B. 0. Statement of the Condition of the DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist, And in chargo of the Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisvillo, Ky., will be at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., (lies, foruiely $2. A full line of Buell Sc Sons celebrated Shoes for men and boys, all styles and sizes at greatly reducod prices. Monday, Aug. 17, '91, Bank of Hardinsburg At Ilardliikbiirfr, Ky., HESOURCrS. And Ketiirn Every Pour Week During the Vcur. Dr. Ilea lias been connected with the largest hospitals ill tlie country, ami li.it no superior in diagnosing and treating .diseases nnd deform-ItlcHe will give $50 for any case that lie cannot tell Hie disease anil where located in five s. $1 21 for ladles' bright Dongola kid Shoes with or without patent tip, in button or in front lace, Tbese are flno goods, reducod from two dollars. A large stock of ladioj' low shoes, all styles, to close thoji out, at and below cost. Dry-Goo5 ds At tbe close or business June 30tb, 1891, Notes and bills dlse'd $70,320 Demand Loans 4,500 Banking houso and lot Fixtures and furniture Due from other banks Cash on band MAIIIMTIKS. 13 00 ' post-offic- e. 74,820 3,597 1,440 8,794 7,397 13 minute s. 50 89 34 31 96,050 20 Dyspepsia Capital stock Due depositors Undivided profits $ 25,000 00 67,890 44 3,159 76 96,050 20 Treats all Curablo Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and OHHONIO CATARRH, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Bright's Diseaso, Diabetes, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Ecmalo and Soxual Diseases. mm A M. II. Beard, Cashier of tho above named, bank, do solemnly swear that tbe above statement is true to tbe best of my knowledge and M. II. BEARD, Cashier. bellrf. Subscribed and sworn to before me--, this, the 30th day of June 1891. Jno. P. IUbwkix, Notarjr Public. I, Positive Guarantee, Middle-Age- d i FITS CUBED! Young and Men A Lucky Woman. 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AVo aro Mrs. Dodgo's lawyers, and by her seoing our advertisement, becamo tho agonts of her good fortuno, If your ancestors camo from tho old country, write us and inclose $1 for our list of heirs, Thoro aro moro than half a billion dollars in Great llritian nnd Germany, unclaimed, which rightly belong to people in tho United States. BRUCE'S LAW AND INQUIRY OFFICE, 104 not Injurious. Blood & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, ns sore throat, falling of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., nre perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other injurious drugs, Gonorrohea, Glet.t, Stricture and all Urinary nnd Kidney troubles aro speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. Ho undertakes no incurable cases, but cures thousands given Up to die. Iteuicniber the date And como early, as Ills rooms nre crowded wheroer he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDItKSS, cents for extra heavy old Kentuaky cheolis and stripes, reduced from 8 Five and a half cents fur nice wool finish challies, reduced from seven and A half cts. 24 cents for all wool double width dress goods, checks, stripes, reduced from 49a. 14 cents for fine, black Lawns, in stripes, -- checks and grenadine patterns, reduced from 25 and 20 cents. 10 cts for same class, roduced from 15 cents. Our entire stook of fine dress goods comprising Henriettas, all shades, black Tauilse cloths, black Henriettas, Cashmeres, fine French Satins, white and figured all woel Albatros, and In fact all our dress goodt of all kinds go in this great HeJuctlon Sale. See tbese goods before you buy. It will ay you. Tfi cents for fine quality sheer plain India Mull, reduced from 12 cents, 9 cents, fine quality India Linen, from 15, 0 cents, fine quality India Llnon, from 15oc Uets, aheck and striped Mujllns, from 15. 7o. for same, reduced from twelve conts, 5cts for a nice long towel reduood from 10o lOo fur misses' and children's blank Lisle thread Hose, reduced from twenty live cts. Sot ladles' or gents' Handkercbelfs, from 10c. 12K" fine French Ginghams, reduced from 25. 10c. all new style dress Ginghains, from 15o 8o nice dress Ginghams, reduced from 120 We show you a beautiful line of oarpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Tablo Llnens( Tuirels, Napkins, Linen Throws, fine Smyrna R'Jg, at prices whioh can not be duplloitel any where. Ten cents for a good white wash Qruih, Ten conts for a Ualvanitel Wash bowl. Five cents for a large site Tin Wash Fan. Ten cents for large hammered brass Walter, Ten cents for Tin Milk Can. Ten cents for galvantsed Lemon Sq'ieeur. Five cents for a large fire Shovel. Five cents fur paper of tasks. Ono lot of assorted patterns wall paper, at 3 and 4 oents. Don't forget tbe Great lteduotlon Sales, and place, and Notions ifc I Medical & StmaicAi. Institute, No. 309 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. Geo. Yeakel & Co, BKANDENBUIW, KY. and 1C0 Kandolph St., Chicago, 111., U. S. A, ss Mrs. Dr. Itafferty is a very sick woman ond her recovery is doubtful. And tlioM troubled with nervousness resulting from euro or overwork will bo relieved by taking has trade mark and croucd red lines on wrapper. Hood's Sarsaparilla A'ettrulala l'cmona Jii'inmt'H Iron Jiitlera. oenulno Mrs. Dr. Itallerty nnd Mrs. W. O. Brnndon havo both been nuite sick with V. Mnnroo llux for tho past week. They are Iwth branch houso at Glendeano, and aro now improving. prepared to furnlsli you witit lino conMiffitUI Lpnlfl Tnlwp anil f1.. Tl fections, fancy groceries, nnd nil kinds of fine fresh provisions. Give them a call after a short visit to Iluwesvlllo returned Saturday evening, nnd bo convinced. & Son GLENDEANE. have oncned un u 5JX. JP ilflsBHsHssflsBsssssssssssslsHisssssssssssssB fcj.iJHiwiimsi sfjymisswMmujjL.i 4 - BRANDENBURG. Mr. Bud Price has typhoid fever. Miss Nellie Green has returned to JvOiiisvillu. LOCAL BREVITIES, Rk. )f tj and Bowels, cleanses the syss tem eflectunlly, dispels colds, and fovcrs and curpq linbitunl constipation. Syrup c' 'gs is tlio only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tlio tasto and acceptable to tlio stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeablo substances, ita tnniitf nvnnllnnf. minltrina nnm. mend it to all and lnivo madn it jptho most ponula- - mmedy known. Syrup or Fig for Balo in 50c fg HUU Ol UULLltlH IV 1111 llIKlinfr firilir. S gists. notAny refiablo drugeist who may have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. hend-nclie- SyrupofFigsistakcn;itisplcnsant ana rcircsiung to ino uiste, nnu acta fcntly yet promptly on flioKidnoys, j SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, ti.T. l)r. J. M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon. OJice in Dr. White's old stand up stairs. CLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician-Office "I & Surgeon, Next Bank door to Breckcnrulge Clovcrr-ort-, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1891 PERSONAL. Mr. James Lewis went to Evansville yesterday. Jus England, of Tobinsport, was in tho city Saturday. F. P. Ditto, of Vine Grove, was in the city yesterday. W. C. Moorman, of Glcndcano, was in the city yesterday. Will Miller, of Ilnrdiiisbiirg, was in tho city yesterday. Lorn, to tho wife, of Mr. Benjamin Ilayncs, a fine boy. Miss Harris, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. P. V. Duncan. Mr. Alfred Watkins returned from Mt. Sterling Saturday. Dr. J. M. Clayton went to Owonsboro Saturday, returning Monday. Miss Ella Goodson, of Irvington, is the guest of Miss Ella M. English. Miss Lafio Lalleist went to Lowisport Friday to visit Miss Lila Adams. Mrs. C. B. SkfUman is visiting her father and mother, at Morganfleld. Mrs. Kebecca Ricketts, of Stephens-por- t, is the guest of relatives in this city. Miss Mary Allen is tho guest of Mrs W. D. Holt at tho Tar Springs this week. Mr. Edward Ileidol, ono of our old and valued compositors, dropped in to see us yestordajfT' Mrs. Dr. L. W. German, of Louisville, ih visiting Mrs. S. P. Conrad and friends in this city. Mr. John Ithodes, of Hardinsburg, was tho guest of his daughter, Mr. Thos. JiOwis, last week. Mrs. Jennie Duncan 'and Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt, spont last Thursday v ith Mrs It. E. Moorman. "Mr. and Mrs. Horace Scott, of Hardinsburg, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hambleton last Thursday. Mr. Phillip Ditzonbauch, our foreman, returned homo Sunday affor a six weeks absenco in Chicago and Indianapolis. Mrs. C. F. Mattingly went to Mr. j Planter Hall Saturday to spend Sunday with his brother, Jas. Mattingly. Mrs. Allen Jamison, of Louisville, who has been the guest of her brother, Mr. Richard Camp, returned home Friday, Mr. 13. F. Nolle is back at ids desk with S. L. Sulzcr after a two weeks vacation visiting friends in Louisville Ho reports a vory pleasant trip. Mr. F. G. Bowiner, of Madisonville, and sister, Miss Mary Bowiner, of Hardinsburg, wero in tho city last weok tho cnost of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowiner. Miss Ella May English and Miss Irene Nowsom accompanied by Mr. Jesso Milmemorler attended tho Dowden-Hea- d ial services at Walnut Grovo last Sunday. Mr. F. P. Ditto, representing a New York hat liouso, was in town Monday. Ho displayed one of tho finest lines of hats over shown in tho town, and soul a handsomo lino to Win. Vest & Son. Miss Ella Goodson, pupil of Prof. Will-laFreso and Madamo Bredolll, of "Frcse-Burk- o Music School," Louisville, will receive pupils In piano, organ, guitar, (special vok'O and Harmony and thorough m The river is falling. Smoko tho World cigar. at Martin's, only Try Granilo 5 cents. We understand an attempt was made road to wreck n train on tlio short-lin- e last week. A. big barbecuois billed for tho old Helm place, near Union Star, for Saturday, August 1st. Fon Sams A canopy top, Pheaton manufactory Geo. Loomls. A bargain J. B. Fisher, Clovcrport. Mr. Jas. E. Cannon, n prominent young man of Leitchflcld, died last Wednesday of typhoid fover. Ho was in his 25th year. The Clovcrport Brick plant Is turning rnr. mimn nf tho finest brick you over saw. Tho enterprise is a success in ovcry way, and the directors aro in high feather. " Mr. Joo Bland, of Irvingtor, camo down Saturday with Mr. Williams' young stallion, Splendor. Ho shipped him to Evansville, Ind., where he will go In training for tho track. manufac-turor- y A third Brick plant, for tho of pressed brick, lias been organized in this city. An option on tho' land lias been given, and as soon as tho company completes its organization tho work of construction will begin. Richard Thurmaii, tho sixteen year old son of Harrison Thurinan, Hito's Rum died very suddonly last Thursday night with inflamatlon of tho Blomach. Ho was a hale, hearty, young man, .and his sudden death was quite a shock to his parents as well as tho community. Mr. J. A. Barry bought of Miss Eliza Newton last week tho vacant lot on the corner of second and Houston streets for $750. Mr. Barry will go ahead at once to erect a handsomo tw6 story frame dwelling for his own use. This is a very desirable location, and Mr. Barry will havo a very pretty home. Tho work on tho now jail at Hardinsburg is progressing slowly on account of the scarcity of brick layers. Tho foundation is completed and tho work on tho walls Is far enough advanced to show that It is going fo bo a very substantial and beautiful building. Tho Commissioners aro guarding every point of construction and tho consequence will bo that tho people will havo a good house well constructed and an honor to the county. There is nothing wrong at tho Brick Plant. It was reported yesterday that the kiln that is being burned with gas exploded, but there was no truth in it. One of tho iron bands that encirclo tho kiln parted but occasioned no delay or loss. Manager Oclzo says everything is working in tip top order and they aro making brick at tho rate of about 25,000 a day. Mr. Oelzo says tho gas makes a very powerful heat, and his men not understanding it thoroughly, turned on a little too much which caused tho bands to expand very rapidly, consequently they couldn't help but burst. Ho says they havo plenty of gas to run all their machinery and ono kiln which is a big saving in the item of fuel. Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Jjlin M. Borr.traoger. ' Dr. and Mrs. Wells will board at Mr. James Bland's. Mr. 13. H. Shelman, of Louisville, was In town Saturday. Miss Carter, of Lebanon, is visiting her sister Mrs. D. C. l'usey. "A large crowd attended the Wheeler picnic at Oak Grovo Friday. Brandenburg was well represented nt the Garrett picnic Saturday. Charley Cospcrkc spent hut week at Pleasant View with George Woolfolk. Mr. David Fairlcigh and family arc guests of his father Mr. James Fairlelgh. Mr. Elvis Wimp and Hester Woolfolk attended the picnic at Garrett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Henry, near Webster, were in town shopping last Tuesday. Mr. Alex. Grant has returned home after n visit to his sister Mrs. M. A. Green. Mr. James Richardson and family moved into their new residence on West Hill Monday. Mrs.. John Frakcs accompanied Dr. Wells to Louisville and was present at his marriage Tuesday.. Misses Sophia Kammercr, Lulia Fielder and Carrie Ruetcr. of Louisville, are "visiting Mis3 Minnie Casperkc. Mrs. II. B. Grinncll and Miss Jennie Hardin spent Saturday and Sunday at Garrett and nttended tho picnic. Messrs. Chapczo AVathcn and James Lowis spoke at tho Oak Grove picnic Friday. Mr. Warthen for, and Mr; Lewis against tho new Constitution. Mr. T. 13. Ditto and family will move to Maysvillo soon where Mr. Ditto has a contract with the N. L. & C. Road. His brother Henry Ditto will accompany him. Miss Nellio Meatlor returned homo Tuesday morning. Her brother, Mr. James McCuns, Is very ill with consumption at his mother's home in Elizabeth-tow13. WE TOLD T0U SO Stragglers aro coming into camp. People who thought they could not nflbrd a now Casaimcro or Worsted Suil this summer havo found our new "price list" such an inducement that thoy can both look and feci respectable nt a small cost, and as n result tho empty seat in tho pow at church is there no more; the wifo is pleased and happy, and we arc satisfied. Tho same prices continue this week, when we hope to gather in more converts. Wo havo said it before, and say it again: Our clothing is tho best in tho city, because it is our own manufacture, and every garment is stamped with the mark of honesty. word of royal tone, Friend is a poem all alone." "Friend id n Whv Shouldn't F ' We be Friends'?? " .t -- - You are not too far away for us JULIUS WINTER & 3 to send ,v; Home IVIa.ntiftictu.iung' Clotliiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY to you for Orders. We will use you well. J. R. JOHNSON, DKAI.KIt IN- - i mler CLOVERPORT, KY. ".iJ "t.?&. - Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. CHOICE "WINES." Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders 'accompanied by tho Cash will rccoivo prompt Come hear the Phonograph-Ne- w Music n. Judge Murray at Princeton. Pkixceto.v, Ky., July 10. Courier-Journal- .) (Special to y Caldwell-count- peo- - baas. ar F, N. DoIIuy and wlfo visited ir1l.,o1.iirf. VnnlHvtlln. Wlitiiwvilln find Worrall Mountain, Owensboro's famous summer resort, last Saturday and Sunday returning homo Monday. They rt a very pleasant trip. Mr. Charles Bennott, of St. Louis, Mo., nfter a vory pleasant visit to his aunts, Mrs. Mattio Waltors and Mrs, Jas. T. Gotr, left Friday morning forllawesvillo, accompanied by obis' cousins, Misses John-soLeola Taber, of St. Louis, and Leola Mr.- ro-o- n. love ple wero treated to an By prefeast of Democracy hero vious announcement Judgo John Allen Murray and the Hon. C. W. Buck spoke d audience. to a Judgo, Murray took tho lead, and in a forciblo and eloquent manner ho contrasted the legislation onacted by tho Democrats with that of tho Republicans, showing that of tho former had always been in tho Interest of tho masses, and against all combines that tended to oppress tho people, whilo that enacted by tho Republicans fostered and nurtured all such combinations, trusts or similar TOBINSPORT, IND. institutions. Ho dealt tho Republican past Thomas Leaf has gone to Illinois. party somo sovero blows for their conduct in this direction, and in a forciC. C. Whitehead is busy buying apples. ble manner illustrated their many acts Mrs. Jane Tobin, wife of Robert Tob-iJudgo Murray is of reckless legislation. is vory ill. ' an interesting and ablo speaker, and his AVill Henning and Oscar Leo, of favora-bi- o remarks on this occasion made a were hero Sunday. impression on tho pcoplo. Ho also Miss Kate McNaughten left Saturday dealt tlio third party movement some for Owonsboro to visit relatives. heavy blows. Dr. Morrill, of Now Albany, was hero Children Enjoy. a few days performing some dental work. Tho pleasant flavor, gcntlo action and Quito n number of persons from bore soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when attended the basket dinner at Harmony in need of a laxative and if tho father or Sunday. mother bo costivo or bilious tho most Mrs. Kate Ackcrman, of Rome, is hero gratifying results follow its use, so that called on account of tho illness of her it Is tho best family remedy known and mother. every family should havo n bottle. Norman Whitehead was hero last woek suffering from a finger ho cut off with a Making His Mark in Journalism hatchet. And Politics. barbeThere will lie an Uroy Woodson dropped into tho city cue here tho sixth of August and a ball from Owonsboro Friday, looking as at night. calm and unrufllcd as If tho burden of Mrs. Jennie Simons has returned homo lendinc tho opposition to tho now Con and reports her mother as much improvstitution did not troublo him In tho ed in hoalth. least. Slnco air. AVattcrson's capitulaMr. George Reagan, of Evansvillo, was tion, Mr. Woodson's paper, tho Owens-bor- o up the war- hero last week, tho guest of Missy Messenger, has kept Weatherholt. fare, with vigorous assaults, upon the Till Groves is very busy building a Mr. Woodson has now document. proinincnco in n political barn to put his fanning implements in as coino Into way by his dovotlon to John Young Till Is n farmer now. Mr. AValdo Simons has purchased a Brown, whoso intorests ho materially advanced In his race for tho Demo- now buggy and cart and intends tospond Mr. tho remainder of his lifo in riding over cratic nomination for Governor. Woodson, is yet a young man, whilo tho country. old in journalistic experience. Ho is a Mr. A. L. Frank andsistcr, Miss Katie, growing force in Stato and district pol- of Amsterdam, aro tho guests of their itics, and in tho western portion of cousin, Blancho Frank, at her country Kontucky his influence is considerable. homo at Frank's Landing. . It is not possiblo that Mr. Woodson llov. S. L. McNaughten, of Franklin, hopes to defeat tho now Constitution, Ind. will preach at tho M. 13. church tho but bo'belioves in fighting to a finish, first und second Sunday in August. It and ho would rathor go down In defeat bus been sometimo slnco wo havo had than desert any cause, however hope- tho pleasure of hoaring Bro. Me. less, that he had onco enlisted imLouls-ville- . Mr. Bates, of Patesyillo, agent for a Critic. Crayon Portrait IIouso, of Chicago, has a This number closes our fifteenth vol- very fino portrait on exhibition nt Mr. Coxkrcll's store. Any ono desiring, work ume. in that lino will do well by calling and TOR TIIK UI.eOD, WmVmc. Malaria. Indhctttoa aim examining tho picture, and Mr. Cockrell BllIomnoM. take wil1 sell you goods just ns cheap as any BKOWN'S 1ROK BITTKRS. It eurea quickly. For mI by 'nil dealea In one. medicine, (let the genuine. to-dafair-sizen, Can-nelto- n, M. Morrison is holding proItev. tracted meeting at Cedar Grove. Sunday dinner was served on tho grounds. Several of our citizens attended the meeting. Miss'Addie Ditto Is visiting her old home, guest of her brother Mr. Win. Ditto. Miss Addio is a great favorite hero and her coming is always hailed with delight by her many friends. Mr. David W. Fuirleigh had several appointments" through tho county to speak on tho now Constitution, but owing to his illness was unable to till them. Ho is quito sick and his physician fears typhoid fover. Miss Lucy Rawlings will return Wed nesday from a month's visit in Upton-vill- o and Elizabethtown. She will be accompanied by Misses Nellio and Minnie Upton, of Uptonville, who will spend several weeks here, guests of tho Misses Rawlings. Miss Katie McAuliff, of Brandenburg, and Mr. D. It. Shea, of Now York, were married at the residence of tho bride's father, Mr. Tim McAuliff, Tuesday morning, July Uth. Father O'Connor was tho officiating clergyman. The now-l- y married couplo left immediately for Now York whero they will reside in future. May happiness attend them. l)r. J. I. Wells and Miss Addio Jenkins were married at tho Fifth Avenue hotel in Louisville Tuesday tho 14th, and wero given n reception hero that evening at the residence of tho bride's sister, Mrs. James Bland, whero a fow intimato friends were invited to meet them. Our congratulations and' best wishes to tho nowly married pair. May thoy bo blessed with an abundance of happiness. r Harvest is Nearly H(pe ' J -- rA 'Pi: attention. HARDINSBURG-' , : : KY. A Statement from S. C Dowell. ticsTox, Ky., July, 17th, 1891. : KuiTOK UltKCKKXIIIDOi: NEWS Dear Sir In your last week's issuo you publisha certificate from Mr. W. A. Allen of this county, that somewhat conflicts Mr. with tho statement furnished Harncd by myself in regard to the Alliance movement, concerning tho Legislative raco in this county. As we concluded that statement by saying that if Mr. Severs, was inclined to doubt tho same, that wo would furnish him all the Information that ho would likely want upen the subject. AVo will proceed to give a littlo history of tho Alliance movement in regard to this matter. To begin at something near tho tho beginning, there was a citizen's meeting called by somo of tho members of tho Alliance, to bo held at I'aynes-vill- e somo time in March, probably about tho Kith. The object of tho meeting was to nominato or take sonio steps in that direction, n man to make the race for tho Legislature independent of any political party. Ho didn't havo to be a Democrat, ho didn't have to be a Ilcpubllcan, noither was it necessary that ho must bo u member of tho Alliance, but lie must bo tin advocate of certain principles and bo subject to the vote of tho people, not subject to any one part, or paity of them. About tho first if not tho first motion that was considered by that body, was to ascertain whether they thought it advisable to makosuch a nomination, then ornt any future time. When tho vote was taken it carried by a largo majority, vory ih tho negative. Tho next thing they decided was to make no nomination on that occasion, but to fix a- - timo and place for that purpose. Tho place was Brandenburg, the time, tho First or Second Saturday in April, wo have forgotten which. They then appointed a committee to draft a platform upon which this candidate, whoever lie might be, was to make this nice. There were also tho names of thrco gentlemen presented to that body for their consideration from thon until tho meeting at Brandenburg. Tho meeting at Brandenburg was called to order by Mr. Klishii Ashcraft who had been elected chairman of such. Tho platform as drafted by tho committee, was read and adopted and Mr. William Allen was nominated to make tho raco us wo havo described. A commit-te- o of threo was then appointed to notiWo fy Mr. Allen of his nomination. a cortillcato from this toiu-mlttthink that that notified Mr. Allen of his nomination is as likely to bo true as our statement or any ono elso's, as regards the manner in which ho was notified. So hero is thoir certificate, also signed by tho chairman of tho meeting. g eo Oak Cinovi:, July, 17th, 1891. This is to certify that at a citizens' meeting at Brandenburg In which Mr. AVilliam Allen was nominated to make tho raco for tho Legislature in Mcado county. We were appointed as n committee to notify him of his nomination, and that we deny that ho was nominated to make the raco as a Democrat any more than he was nominated to make it as n Itcpulicnn, and wo deny that we AVo notified him In any such manner. merely suggested to him that under the present circumstances wo considered him an available man to make the rare ' because ho had been a" Democrat. V. H. Miu.i:n, ) It. S. Cmiu, Committee. Ciiaui.es Baymxu:ii, J Ki.isiia Ashch.ut, Chairman. In conclusion wo will My that if it was necessary that w;e can furnish very readily to a hundred witnesses as reliable men as Mcado county nflbrds that will bear us out in our statement in regard to this matter; however I hope this will be satisfactory. Respectfully, S. C. Dowixi.. Now is the time to over-hayour Harvest- ing Machinery and prepare for work. You will find any repairs you may need foiSypnr ' ' old machines $ ul e . -A- T- He is also agent for the World Renowned " Whileley Solid Steel Mower. R E. MOORMAN'S. Give him a call before buying elsewhere. J wm Below we give a few Specials in AAAAAAAJSAAWMWlAAAAAAAAAAAA'vAA U'-. afe J w., w i , f. u Attention Voters. I wits notified on Monday by one of Dr. Ha mod's chief supporters that he intended to start rumors and reports on me. I asked what thoy wero and ho re- VVVYVWVYVVVVVVYVVArifvVVVVYVVVVVVV a fused to tell me, but said I would bear them. His was an imprudent remark of an oxcited man, but it shows tho kind of Wash-sta- nd. fight I am confronted with. I ask all voters to look out for thcuo rumors and bo forewarned that thoy will bo concocted and started with deliberate purpose to mislead tho people. "Whom tho gods destroy thoy first nuiko mad," and tho Is furniHlicd in Walnut, Natural Ash, Antique 6r 10 (Tln PINT opposition seeing defeat ahead, aro lashing and biting. To my friends I wish to OlD Uul I Century with a bovol edge, French plate, Gloss on Dresser. say that victory is ours and is to bo reached by each man doing his duty. -Respectfully, BEDROOM SUITS of I3cd, Dresser and which consist 4m? " a.. 1). II. Seviuss, Hardinsburg, Ky. CHIT GUI I In Natural Wood, Antique and Elegant Wash Stand Dresser. , 1G Century, witlf an " t McElree's Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S aro for salo by tho following merchants in T sHWi'' Brockenrldge County t W. Owod, Cloveroort, O. W. Short, Cloverport. Brnshear X Lay, Stephensport. Witt & Mt&dor, IUrulnaburg, J. J. Soren, Uolnn Star, ON IT Jet ' oUII Is something seldom' seen for the money and n where excelled. Horses Trained. We are prepared to break and train borrei tho very low price of Fifteen Dollar! per month, lionet Intruitcd to our care will receive the ery best ot attention and will be handled by an experienced trainer. We ask 3rou to call and see our samples as we seldom fail to please our customers. Our line of chairs are second to none. We have 50 different styles. - John Ni.vitt, Josmi Iii.ixn, llatln Spring, Sto"k Farm Irvlrgton, Breckenridge county, Ky. B. F. BEARD & CO., I SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH Hardinsburg, Ky. BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT. THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho result of years of scion tiflo oxpor-- , Imontlnc. nml aro now plaqod. owlnir tq thoir superiority, preeminently nbovoovory thing hnrotoforo produood la tills lino, Tb."yaroacknowlodBoo;by,oxports to bo tho flnost and most penootly construotod Lonsos KNOWN, and aro peculiarly adapted tocorroetlnstlio various visual lmporfoa- A trial or inn nunimwi win ronviuuo you thoy nro PERFECT ;ICIIT RENiWERS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. HUheit A cream of tartar baking powder. Luttit 'LI S. of all In learenlou itrength, (iovtruuniil FomI lltpott. tvery fair narramea. For Halo I)' A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician FieicrlptloaiSecelTt Careful Attention. CLOVKKVOKT.KY, John I'oote 1 On l'etltinn. aud j No. 1738. ) Mantlo l'oolo, hti wife Notlco ti hereby clvcn that the above namei) John Voolo and Mantle Poole, hli wlfo, huve thti day flloj In my oflleo their Joint petition In equity, praying that the tnli court do empower the aforeiald Mantlo l'onle to ue, lell anil convey fur her own uo and benefit, any property the may own or acquire, ree from the cl.iroi or debta of her huiband, the tald John J'oole; to make contracti, aue and be iued at a ilnglo woman, to trade in her own name, and dlipoie of her own property by will or deed,, and In all ret pec U to aot as a FKiiii Kotlce thereof li hereby ordered for soI.it. publication In the llftKCKKXRUXiic Niwh. (liven under my hand m Clerk of the (aid Court, thil 19th diy of June 1B1. H. B. Suiuux, Clerk. y, A ' iVA. - ifr'tS'-- '' W"' -- " ;;''"-"- " -- -" ''MP.' TACT IS THE THING. Cylya,1 .fig''1"1 JgtiW- - S5W ',4W1HlBP5ataHPBFT! ....1 I ' i&" rFlwv SVJ - ft " - '"1 W sbski' f- -' la COOLING Thoso ! Speak Out is the special danger of There sensitive and refined natures. are a great many pcoplo to whom frank speech about their own afluirs is extremely distasteful. Their Instinct is to remain entirely Bilent about themselves, trnd, unless tho instinct is trained, tho habit of pllenco Incomes fixed. This is a misfortune in many ways. Expression is ono of tho laws of nature, nnd that a man or woman should sHak to thoso about thorn of what presses most closely on their own hearts and concerns most closely their own lives, is as normal that tho tree should put forth leaves or that tho birds should sing. We cannot violate a law of nature without some kind of. injury to ourselves, and tho failure to give constant and full expression to our lives means some kind of loss to us. Wc miss something which wo should othcrwiso havo possessed. Somo kind of health is sacrificed when that which wab meant to flow freely is pent up and remains stagnant. One of tho great ends of lifo is expression. Tho heart or mind that is absolutely may gather much, but it sows nothing; and its own development is arrested, just as tho development of tho arm is arrested when ono ccaces to uso it. A perfectly healthy nature Beaks out frankly, clearly, and fully whatever is deepest in it ; any form of concealment becomes rapugnarit to it ; and whilo it must retain a certain rcscrvo in disclosing tho things that are most Inti mate and personal, so far as all its relations to others are concerned it will insist upon clear and complete understandAVc wrong ourselves and thoso ing. closest to us when wo fail to talk out things that are of common interest. Half tho problems that perplex us would disappear if they wero only frankly discussed with thoso nearcEt and best qualified to comprehend nnd adviso ; half tho misunderstandings in life that lead to serious results come, not from any kind of treachery nor from any wrong-doinbut simply from tho lock of frankness and candor, and there-for- e from that complete understanding of motives and purioscs which prevents misconception. Tho man who finds his nature tending to silence and repression ought sedulously to set about overcoming tho tendency ; ho ought to force himself to talk freely with thoso who are his intimates about all matters which concern himself. In this way tho pressemotions will often find a ure of pent-unatural relaxation, and the confused nnd bewildered thought will find the path plainly marked out. In all our relations to thoso who are closest to us in the family or in tho ranks of friendship, complete understanding through frankness ami candor are duties of tho first importance. The nature which acquires this freedom of expression will rarely find itself misunderstood or misinterpreted, nnd will rarely become either in feeling or morbid in thought. Christian Union. p over-intense Local and Private Legislation. Beautiful Lislo NThrcad Suita for Men, 1A Wt. ' V I icw ssB a Worth; ?3.bo.' Sold for 82;00. JNO. B. BABBAGE, ERNEST C. BABBAGE, Manager Qents Fnrnlshing'a. " w-- """ m HI Ws . . r-- Breckinridge WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1891. Gay Party From Stephensport Visit the Tar Springs. Ontho Cth Inst a party, consisting of eighteen in number, started from this placcTto spond the day at "Tar Springs." At eight o'clock a freight train stopped to takojoif the precious cargo, a clean and ttfjint' tlin car llinrn fitnrw! iionr thn dovfi table newly painted red, which kfptjhp doctor with tho blue eyes and ' lemon .colored niiishiche, busy trying to keelTlho''.adies from ruining their drcss-tho ladies, as they usually do, &$ -- bolievcd tho doctor, but one of tho masculines was in doubt and smeared his hand over tho tablo to find it dangerous as the rejljMiint was hard to remove. This wasTa slight verification of "man's fevfity ono felt as proud arid happy in it aerJifPrinco in a (insled Talacc coach. On & 7 V party haifgot left. A young man from ChicagoAho has been visiting relatives here, gontjemcc wero in tho minority and thisiwas simply awful. There was some commotion, and the Oh's! and My's were. indulged in by tho girls. In vain did thocallant Mr. Jenkins try to console thc)uvbut they refused to be pomforteJ)) In about twenty minutes, ho, who liad caused this commotion, ! curiostf;" It wasoon discovered that one of tho Tho proposed new Constitution, secHo7 tho Poor Boy Managed to Got a tion G2, provides that tho General AsGood Situation. sembly shall not pass local nor special Tact is one of tho first qualifications of acts concerning any of somo twenty-nin- e a business man, says' the New York Resubjects named, and concludes tho corder, and tho following littlo incident section with thia provision : in tho history of ono of tho most successTulRTtFTif, Iri nil other rnscn where n genful merchants shows n development of eral law can be made applicable, no opvclal law shall he enacted. this trait early in his business career. Coming to Now York from tho country, It is claimed by tho advocates of tho without friends and with very littlo now-- instrument that this thirtieth clause money, ho found his way to "lower Wall effectually prevents nil private and local street," and walkiug into tho store of W, legislation. We deny it. Tho matter is & Co. passed back into tho counting-roo- m loft to tho judgmont of tho General Asand waited modestly and patiently sembly to decido if a general law can bo till ho should attract tho attention of mado applicable, and thus, tho very body Mr, W., who was at tho moment busily supposed to bo restrained is given auThere engaged with some friend. At last tho thority to reject tho restraint. frank, oponcd faco of tho boy attracted can be no mistake hero. Tho Convention discussed tho propriety of making his notice, and ho addressed him with : this n judicial question, but decided to "What can I do for you, sonny ?" leave it witli tho Legislature. Mr. F. P. "I want a place, sir." Straus, Dolegato from Bullitt and Spen"Well, what can you do?" cer counties, was prominent in this disTho boy answered eagerly : cussion, nnd is now, with others advo"Most anything, sir." , Mr. W., partly for a joko and partly to cating tho proposed new Constitution, rid himself of tho almost too confident using as a cogent argument that the great evil of local and private legislation boy, said : d "Ah, ah! Well, just go out and bor- is effectually prevented by this section. Therefore wc plnco Mr. row mo a couplo of thousand dollars." Tho lad placed his hat on his head, Straus on tho stand to testify for us in On March 5, walked out of tho store, then passed our view of tho subject. slowly down Front street till ho came to 1891, when tho matter was before tho another largo store in tho same lino of Convention, Mr. Straus, from his place business, our friends of tho past, Messrs. there, said : Now If thia Comentlnn wants to uproot this S, C. it C, then with a bold but honest look ho wolked up to tho head of the ell Iryou want to check the evil of local and private legislation In this State make this a houso and said : judicial question, and and you will reach the "Mr. W. of W. & Co. sont mo down to wlinfc evil. If you do not want to do It, If you borrow $2,000." want to leave the door open for all sorts of prl "He did, my ton ? How is business vatc and local legislation that can be im jglned, except those already provided for, then m.ike it up at your place ?" a legislative iuestion. The boy, having seen tho appearance The Convention did mako it n legisla: of largo shipments, answered quickly tive question, nnd wo nro supported by "Very good, sir!" "Two thousand dollars, did you say ? Mr. Straus in our assertion that tho proposed new Constitution docs not prohibit Will that be enough 7" "Well, $2,000 is all ho told me, but if privnto and local legislation, but leaves you have plenty I think he would liko it the door open for such enactments fully and completely, except in tho cases if you sent him $3,000." specified. Frankfort Capital. "Just givo this boy a check for $3,000 forW.& Co.," remarked Mr. S. to his DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such cashier, poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema, with it reTho boy took tho check and rheumatism. Its timely uso saves many turned to Mr. W., walking back into tho lives. Sold by G. W. Short. ofllco with an air of successful pride, and sixty-secon- j? r p f N emerged 'from his hiding place convulsed with .auditor. "Wo heard him mik lifo cliuirtvldch of the girls appeared to miaPliiinmost. "All of tHem. This firougltV applaiisc-a- nd tho merry chat went on, whilo tho iron horse bore us over tho rail. Ureckenridgo county's scenery can scarcely,bo cxccjhnl, especially along tho Ohio ,ycr.;'"VVo noted tho homes of Capt. Jack Gross and others, and on reaching "Tar Springs" at 10 a. in. considered tho rido only too brief. Every thing had been prepared for tho comfort of the party, so directed by tho young gentlemen who got it up. Mr. Jordan, tho proprietor, was coitcous and made his guests feel at home. Tho party first sought tho springs, drank the water and nto tho tar from its surface like it was molasses candy. Somo of the couples, gent's minus coats and girls wjth flowing tresses and swinging hats, climbed the dills, that canopied the springs and posed as it wero in picturesque attitude nooks. Then your corres- in vine-cla- d ondent stood in distance suited to h memory picture, and sighed for brush' and canvass ; that it might be there on transferred. Tho boys whistled, tho girls clitftcd. tho birds twittered and the air wag 'full of poetry, and tho muso ' 2k ns,ecI) n mt ove'v dell. After investi-- t gating tho cjjol cavo a ladder was climbg cliffs to open ed by way of Hero a genuine old fashioned space. foot race was Indulged in by four beauti-- , ful young ladies, just think of what you jiinissed reader, and it was nothing moro Jfl .ban harmless sport for exorcise you know, but wo won't divulge tho name of the fair one who won the stakes hands down. A supply of ice and lemons had been brought, and on returning to tho hotel our ortcr, a typo of tho merest jet, had ' the lemonado in readiness. Then came v u'good dinner and no doubt tho proprietor thought tar water was good for the appetite. Among tho resident visitors at tho hotel was Mrs. Stewart and family, of Owenslwro, daughter of the late Sena . . tor McCrearj'' Thoso composing the pleasure party IJMvero : Jas. T. Jenkins, Miss Minnie F. gunk, Miss LcwJa May Mudd,Mrs. Alice " 'ttSnawtliorno Mudd, Miss Lizzie Mosely, GegJfM. Smith, of Louisville j Miss Mosely, Dr. Louis Goldstein, Mrs. Baiiib Bennett, Mr. M. Blaine, Mrs. M. r" Stephensport ; Miss Cora Blaine, It. Carlton Itfchardson, HMnMW Itibhardson, nion Star ; Miss Lottie Goldstein, r-sslendcrson ; w. E. Maddeora, Chicago, , JfiJH 11"; Mia-- Jaklo E. Wortham, Ixitch- " "j field; Miss Mammie L. Washington, Irvington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Blaino and Mrs. Bennett were tho chapcroncs. Gooil water, beautiful sconery and delightful company made tho day enjoyable Tho party returned to Stephens-po- rt in time to attend a reception given at Mr. Brown Ilelms' to meet Miss Ma. mio 'Washington. Tho distance was two miles up tho Ohio river and two skifls .were filled with merry hearts on pleasure bent. Tho night was dark and the oarsman dusky, and no wonder tho splashing oars of one of the skiffs tiled to hug a tremendous rock. Girls screamed, gallants' expostulated and tho pilot and oarsman restored order Jy rowing amid stream. They soon arrived at their destination and a pleasant ovening was tho result. Tho Bontly Brothers gave a concert hero Wednesday night to a crowded houso, their songlets are quaint, and ren dored in an artistic way, but Stephens-por- t says tho Bontly Brothers sing the same songs each tlmo they come, they talk of ringing that littlo boll on tho Bontly Brothers If they don't bring them something now. . . Ai.ick IIWTitonxE. ss over-leapinEm-jjinSi- The Open Clause. sir." Mr. W. taking ono look at the check Wo havo said that tho corporations and then at tho boy, said : had moro agency in formulating tho "Young man, conio in hero you're proposed new Constitution than ever just tho ono I have been looking for." tho Convention itself know. It would And giving him a desk he set him to bo a matter of wonder, nnd, perhaps,' work. our statement would bo doubted should is, J said: "Hero it V e yam J ns above, unless supported by evidence uncontrovertible. Therefore, we reproduce from the Convention Record some remarks of Mr. F. P. Straus, tho Delegate in the Convention from Bullitt nnd Spencer counties. On December 2, 1890. When tho matter of revising the proposed now Why don't Mr. Wannnmaker como out Constitution was under consideration, and clear up the charges against him in ho said : that Koystono National Bank affair. I say this : that the open clause is the delight For ono holding such n high position in of corporate power in every State in this Union. President Harrison's Cabinet theso It was never heard of until the corporation men Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. things do not sound well. Tho people Invented It. Mr. Jamison, in his work upon We nuthori.o our advertised druggist will chango thcirminds ns to old pious Constitution making, says that the open clause to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Wanamakcr's good intentions if he's Is of modern growth and contrary to the traditions of the Knglish people, who arc always Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, upon In changing their organic law. That silent much longer about that crookedthis condition. If you are afflicted with ness. is what he says about your open clause. Some La Grippo and will uso this remedy acStates have operated under it. That is true, and I am not prepared to say here that it has operatcording to directions, giving it a fair In tho beginning consumption is cur- ed disastrously in every instance ; but I do say trial, and experience no benefit, you may able, which any physician will tell you. this, and I call upon the members of this Conreturn the bottle and have your money Tho greatest remedy over known for vention to show ine a railroad man In Kenrefunded. We make this offer, because Coughs nnd Consumption is "C. C. C. tucky ; show me a banking man in Kentucky ; show me a lottery man in Kentucky ; show me of the wonderful success of Dr. King's Certain, Cough Cure." Sold by J. W. an Insurance man who Is not for the open Now Discovery during last season's epiclause, What docs it mean ) They know that Owen. demic. Have heard of no caso in which when the "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" is pleas- arc going people, assemble in Convention they it failed. Try it. Trial bottlo free at to protect their rights as we are G. W. Short's Drug Store. Largo size ant to take nnd harmless. Children liko doing in this body ; and they know that their it. Guaranteed to euro Chills and Fover. only chance Is to leave on open clause, and then 50c. and $1.00. by organization and by money and by manipuSold by J. W. Owen. lation and by means of corporate power, they may possibly secure a repeal of these restrictIt is now said tho leading members of The Duty of Democrats. ions. If that be true, I call upon every member the National Farmer's Alliance arc tryAn idea of the enormous and outra- of this body who regards the rights of the peoing to get a comer on wheat in this ple as dear to him and to his people country. To form a trust as it were. geous amount or appropriations made by closely Into the operations of nn open to look clause, We had understood that tho order was tho 51st Congress may be had when it is and especially do not Invite' an attack upon the told that it would take tho government bill of rights from the corporate power of this opposed to trusts and combines of all dewhole country. The Louisiana went scriptions, and that it was the policy of mints coining silver at tho rato of and a month till 1921 to mako enough out to the new Stntes in the North-wethe order to break them all up. Trusts, came very near bujlng up the States. They etc., being against tho interest of tho money to pay them. It is tho duty of did buy the Statu of Louisiana, They can and In conjunction poor man and tho Alliance being organ- Democrats to put tho seal of their con- come to Kentucky ized for their protection, it is singular demnation on this Republican profligacy with the rallrod corporations nnd Hie banking they can that tho order would countenance such a every time they go tho polls. Interior corporations, open clause Input an amendment through this less than two years. Journal. thing as a trust. But when it comes to It is unnecessary to comment on tills looking nfter the dollars of tho dad's tho deliverance, Tho fact Bhould bo stated, We Can And Do farmers liko the rest of mankind always howovcr, that the "open clauso" which like to bo around. Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for Mr. Straus so eloquently opposed, is it has been fully demonstrated to the now a part of tho new Constitution people of this country that it is superior which is to everlastingly wipe from tho "A Back Number." to all other preparations for blood dis- face of tho earth tho last vestigo of corThis is tho Blighting remark that is often applied to women who try to seem eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic porate tyranny. Frankfort Capital. young, though tlwy no longer look so. poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimpurifies tho wholo system and Sometimes appearances aro deceitful. ples. It Don't storm tho system as you would a thoroughly builds up tho constitution. Femalo weakness, Junctional troubles, For Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, displacements and irregularities will add gently persuade it to surrender with and Witt it Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. fifteen years to a woman's looks. Theso DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. These littroubles are removed by tho uso of Dr. A cattlo disease, supposed to bo Texas tlo pills nro wonderful convincers. Sold I'ierco's Favorite Prescription. Try this fevor, has broken out at Independence, by G. W. Short. remedy, all you whoso beauty and fresh- and is creating much alarm. It is in n ness is fading from Mich causes, and no herd of fifty cattlo belonging Struck a Hoarding House. to Judge longer figure in society as n "back num- Shaw. Seven havo died and twenty are Tho huckster drove up to tho door of ber." It's guaranteed to givo satisfac- soriously sick. Tho Stato Veterinarian a house on Cnss nvcnuo nnd tho cook met tion in every rnsc, or money paid for it will investigate tho disease. him nt tho basement entrance r. returned. Sco guaranteo on "Want any strawberries ho A Duty to Yourself. asked, as pleasant as a basket of chips. ,JNo," said tho wOmnn sharply It is surprising that pcoplo will uso a Coi.. Thomas II. Corblt, Register of common ordinary pill when thoy can "Ncr sparrow grass ?" tho Land ofUco, has turned into tho secure a valuable English ono for the "So." Stnto Treasury during his three years samo money. Br. Acker's English pills "Ner nice fresh fish ?" ' term of ofiico $17,314.10. This is said to are a positive euro for "No." and bo a good showing for Col. Corbit and a all liver troubles. Thoy aro small, sweet, "Ncr fino largo reddishes ?" much larger amount than has been easily taken, nnd do not gripo. Sold by turned into the Treasury from that de- G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt "Ner now pertatcrs just from tho West partment for years. & Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Injles, warranted to keqp thcr eyes shut when tho policeman comes in at tho hack Mrs. Jefferson Davis has decided that door ?" The Trials of Winter. "No," and tho cook got red in the faco. of burial for tho remains Winter is a trying period, even to tho final place "Ncr now turnip greens, ner peas, ncr of her husband shall bo in Richmond, those who havo strong constitutions, but ?" was tho capital of tho Con- spinnage, ner it is doubly trying to thoso who are because it "No, wo don't want any of your truck." federacy. Mr. Davis died in New weak and delicate, or who havo a ten"Bill," ho sang out to tho boy on tho Orleans on December 0, 18S9, and his dency to tho various diseases that are wagon, "drive ahead thar' wo'vo struck remains havo been temporarily entombbred and fostered in tho stagnant atmosa boardin' house." Detroit Frco Press. phere of closed and heated houses. Tho ed thoro. Now Orleans, where ho died, Miss., tho capital of his Stnto, system should bo kept strengthened and Jackson. Richmond, nil claimed his grave, Is Life Worth Living? toned up with a liberal courso of S. S. S., and and nfter a year of consideration, Mrs. tfot if you go through tho world a dyspop. tho great blood tonic and purifier. It Davis has decided in favor of Richmond. tic. Dr, Acker's Dyspopsia Tablets aro acts liko a charm. It increases tho npositivo cure for tho worst forms of soothes tho nerves, and beautifies "C. C, O. Certain Chill Cure" holds no Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency nnd short, It makes lifo tho couiplexlou-'-i- n middlo rank, hut is at tho front, it is Constipation. Guaranteed nnd sold by well worth living. , pleasant to tako.and guaranteed to euro G. Cloverport, Ky., and Witt Chills nnd Fever, Sold by J. W. Owen. it Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Pcoplo with impure blood may bo said to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of half its joys when tho blood is loaded with Correct this impurities nnd disease. condition with DeWitt's Sarsaparilla, it by G. W. Short. is reliable.-S- old st to-dbottle-wrappesick-headacW.-Sho- wo repent such assertion ty. I am now Wo cannot nfford to deceive you. Confiback at my old dence is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's stand and reLittle Early Itinera are pills that will constipation nnd sick headache. cure spectfully solicit Sold by G. W. Short. the patronage of the public. GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION To the Seashore, C. & A Liberal Proposition. COST YOU NOTHING, Who has not heard of that paragon of family papers, the euterprising nnd popular Weekly Detroit Free Press? To roatl 11i!h nnd nmv he tho moans of SaVUilt VOU liiailVj For a generation its uaino litis been n household word, and lias becomo n synonym for all that is excellent, pure nnd elevating In journalism. It is delightfully entertaining without resort to In, nny wa of doing business Cents an11Nigklcg havo lo "tnk$T cheap Bcntlmcntnllsm, instructive with.'. J out being prosy or pedantic. 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Sleeping car rates will ho $4.00 for berth, Louisvillo to Old Point to bo occupied by ono or two par sons; Louisvillo to Clifton Forgo- - $1.50 to bo occupied by ono or two persons. Special side trip excursions can bo mado from Old Point at low rates. Tho routo is through tho canons of New River, along picturesque Greenbrier river, passing white Sulphur Springs, crossing tho Alleghenics nnd Blue Ridge Mountains and beautiful Shcnadoah and Piedmont valleys. Stop-ovprivileges will ho granted on the return trip, enabling excursionists to visit Richmond, Whito Sulphur Springs, nnd other celebrated resorts. Tho choico of routes between Richmond and Clifton Forgo will bo given. may return either via Excursionjsts ChnrlottesVillo and Staunton, or via Lynchburg nnd Natural Bridgo along tho James River, Tickets will bo good returning until Septeinbor 3d, 1891. Handhomo book descriptive of scenery along tho lino will bo mailed to nny person upon application to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., or to Agent L. & N. R. It. II. W. Fum.er.G. P. A., C. &. R. R S. A. Wikel, P. P. A., L. St. L. & T, R'y. s. er FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. 4 WHITES EVERY CREAM VERMIFUGE SOLD HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR 26 YEARS BITT1E 6XAMHTEE0 RICHARDSOH-TAYIOR EVERYWHERE! J - NOTMED BY MED.'CO.' STiOMM WJ Jm.. HERE ARE MANY J Ho.'!, it-- USES FOR sWS To clean tombstones. To polish knives. To clean dishss. sssssW WMma To refievr To scrub floors. To rhiten marble. h. APOLIO To renovate paint. To wash out sinks. To remove rust. To brighten metals. To scour bath-tubTo scour kettles. s. EVERYBODY Bintliti lo elssn rslts tsstta, Ssrgtoni to pollib their Initrntnsnts. Confcctlontrs tasconrthslrpsnts Mechtoki (a brljhtm thulr tools. Cock i to clssn tbs kitchen link. islateis to clssn ollutticei. USES IT. Iloniemslds to scrub marble floors. Chemists to remors some tslus. Csrrers to sharpen their knifes. Shrewd ones to soonr old strew hstl Soldiers to brighten their srroi, haooTstors to clesn carps ts. Xngloeers to clesn psrts of mscbloee. Moisten to rensrsts old chsjMli. . Sextons to clem tho Uoitlc n on brines end white hones. Artists to clesn their pslsttos. Wheelman to clesn blcjclcs. EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE. "wmm KATE ALEXANDER'S IIOTEt., , J Court-Hous- e Ask my ntrcnta for W. L. Douglas oar If nut for snle lu your plnco nullShoe. dealer to cnit for cntnloguc, securo Hie Hi cm for you, aircucr. auit THOROUGHLY Cor. EBNOVATED AND IMPROVED. ' . RTTAIU5 ut 0 HUUMTITUTK.-i- U Hates $2.50 Per Day. Jcflcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY,'. A. V. Jones, JfJ.JSullivan, J. L. Ma j shall, Clerks. J . W. R. I0OAN, Manager. ,! ruMwicv,'jre-kwirhiLeC- ca!Bgi THE Wm. Oaslkh. ? 0, II, CASLER Telophono 149, King 4. THEL0U1SVILLE&ST.LOUESAI-I PUfVJPHREY, MERCHANTS! LOUISVILLE, KY. LINE. PRODUCE COMMISSION It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt tha feet) mado of tbo best tine calf, stylish and easjr, and became ire make more ihott ofthU oradt than any othtr manufacturtr. It oquuls Laud. sowed shoes coating from $iJM to J3.U0. Uautl-aewed, tho finest calf K shoo ever offered for pJm Oedonulno equals trench m to 8UUU. Imported shoes which cost from 00 Iliiuil-hovvc- d tUtor, tine calf, stylish, comfortable Weltdurable. The best and shoe ever offered at this price i same grade as custom-made shoes costing from tJU) to t'JJJU. 38 t'ollro Hlioni 1'armers. Railroad Men and Letter Carrlersall wearthemi Itnecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, hcary three soles, extension edge. One pair will wear ayear. 30 Hno cnlfi no better shoe ever offered at this price i one trial will ennrluco thoso who want a shoe for comfort and service. J3 nnd 84.00 WorklnsiHon'a shoes aro very strong and durable. Thoso who have given them a trial will wear no other make. mid Ml.73 school shoes are 84.00 by boys worn everywhere; tney sell the on their merits, as the Increasing sales show. I sHIssxc V3.00 llniiil-aevy-stylish) shoe, best Uongola, very equals Krcnch Imported shoes costing rom itiu to Mjuu. shna tnr adieu' 2..ln. SVJ.H mill Hisses are the best flBobongola. Stylish auddurable. C'nutlon. See that W. I Douglas uame And price aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. Im DOUOLAS, Urocktou, Mass. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cenVn BEST SHOE M THE WOfilD FOR THE MONEY? WHY Its THE BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY, 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. (L. E.AST. L.B. R.) WE. J SHORTEST, QUiCKESY AND JJEST LINE TO 0 PJa St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. n AND ALL POINTS. t9 West and Timq-Car- A)A'r BEST -- VAMevasV MMStiBtos THE tAi CHILL CURE MKDICINK &A siVtlkV a "AVic. ?i Bnual latlUICa ftt..f is Effect Die. 16, 1888, d Lv. LouUrllle 8;45 a.m.. .9:00 p.m,..4:lQ p.m. An-St- . Louis. 7i4S ...7i25 ,...,. ..950 p.m. Kranirilla 2:2i " For further Information, est on or sJJren, JOS S ODIORNE, Oea'l PaHf Ag't, Louisville, Ky. ' m? MEDICINE GHEAFStiT CONSIDERINQ QUALITY AND SIZE OF OOfiC LIVER DYSPEPSIA XNeWJT iron SA.ias by Bowmer & llailiieton 8. LiRYANT, Trav, PH,'r Ag't, LoulsvIIU, Xy. BILIOUSNESS, ANB CHRONIC OOKSTIPATIsW. C. C. MARTIN,