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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1891. in folnlriino circles 18 tlio woman who docs not marry, and among mon thcro A AV NO. 1 stump nniLin tho press almost Women Who Do Not karry. man abused him, villified him, favorite topic of discussion just now ras ono slander- is n certain nmount ol .curiosity as 10 To the great Feast of why they do not wed. 11 seems to bo conceded thnt there is a growing disinEi clination on tho part of jomen to comfvoidnblc delays wo arc a lit- - mit themselves to wedfock, and this scents to havo been tho inspiration of a v OF olrind in getting ready for recent article by Mrs. ,B. Lynn Linton HEADQUARTERS FOR on tho "Itovott Against Matrimony" in Ncw Crop of Wheat, but fc tho "Forum' and of Mrs. Kate uaunet don't intend to bo be " Wells's paper In tho "North American hind in the . Review," entitled "Why More Girls do They will sell you Ginghams for 8 and o cts., worth io.nnd'ia. Not Marry." A hundred years ago marjtsi imiiiui ;iy siyics irom 5 to O CtS. WOr til 6itO'7.i ' riage and mothcrhoW were regarded as il'iij of work we do, Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth onlv 21t for the :ncxt tc.i t j 3S. k.f ClilVK UI1IV. tho crown anil conFOinmation of femalo ? f ' ' mt Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to ic. fe Trlfe life, and the girlsof every household "St"' m Wo havo just received a very largo and beautiful assortment of Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for with tho view to iw 21 cts." i4 Flout we make, wero trained solely heads of homes in field $IIITE and" BLACK DRESS GOODS, which we are closing out at . formcrliWFfor2Ccts. . becoming qualified u "AY Fine Persian Lawns and Mulls 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to o." which thoy ejwuld bo installed by tho prices which will astonish you. India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth ic tc 20. It is only of lato marriago scnW. NOR THE iJIcaclieu Cotton best brand Hope 8 cts. worth 10, since flat is known ns tho highyears, Lodics Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth .$1.25. er education as como Into voguo and MPT AND POLITE Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12. kvilization has absorbed our modern In Dress Goods wo aro displaying Illack Embroidered Skirting twenty-sovo- n Gent s Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. . ' women into' jo many other pursuits, our Customers. nn assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks Inches deep at pricps ranging from Gcnt'b Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to 75 cts, to matrimony has that tho disijn lination anc solid Colors at unprccedentedly low 35 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also a full lino Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. arisen and th "superior woman" of the All thintrs in proportion for cash for the next ten dnvs nnlv prices. Call and see the beauties we are of Wliito Skirting Goods, ranging in day has fit id herqejf looking down fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need before this auc- prices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. contend on tho work of sweeping with displaying. Calicos, including Indigos at 5 cts. tion closes. We mean business and will do what we sav. and rocking tho domestic ucarth-ston- o -. per yard. Kcspccutuly j locollego graduate, thooradle. & of earning a salary Main Street, Wo have just received a beautiful lino. of ontiro satisfaction in every HARDLNSBURG, KY. S fo Our Very Best Peoplo andxrf mak ig a placo for herself in tho fCt-y world, is a ow factor in femininity, and Confirm our statement when wo say that mo.. sho finds li rself refined up to a point Dr. Acker's English Itomcdy is in ovcry where sho unwilling to sink her iden way superior to any and all other pretity in tha f a man and play second parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In In tlio opinion Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic miXMT l5en grinding July 14, ilddlojnlJj household. whom wo have and relieves at once. Yc offer you a Wliiejuwo aro selling at prices which astonish every one who of t writers of of one Sexamine the line. to spoken, vinau has heretofore com- sample bottlo free. Remember, this $$& Elevator will bo ready Remedy is sold on a positivo guarantee In GROCERIES wo lead in prices, wo aro selling them regardless ,W-a-t about- - two weeks mended hpclf to man by reason of her "simplonii and silliness," and now For Salo by G. "W. Short, Cloverport, 'of coat. XWS' .or;H that they mvo outgrown tneir sweet Ky., and Witt"& Meador,. Hardinsbufg, Call and scour line, tho most complete ever brought to the country ' simplicity ho ordinary man has ceased Ky. to admire em or fears their power in Farmers, Beware 1 tho houselld of which ho is tho recog-"Whcn.wo first read Sec. 17G of .tho proifi GLENDEANE, KY. nized lien If it is true that thcro is a ounjnclination growing inclination on tho part of posed now Constitution, Wo aro also agentsjfor tho Celebrated ''Studobakor" wagons an lining our business to all to find fault in tho favoritism shown women tq marry, it is still uouutmi was of tlio farmer, by exempting from taxa- tho "Oliver Chilled" Plow. .1 call 61 write. whether t world is to bo tho gamer 1 Wo sell tho IIorsoJSho.g brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by tho tion "crops grown in thoyenr in which by tho c ngo. lrue, mere are too Respectfully, the assessment is made nnd in tho hands North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade many un, nnd hasty marriages, and of tho producer.,, A closer reading, how of Fertilizer, tho best onMhe onarket, call and get our price before tho'tio id lado a cloak for vulgar pas- ever, shows thnt tho farmer is not bene- buying. Wo will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices sions wUiQ satiety finds refuge in marriago fited by this section more than any other divorce ; lit, in spito of all tin's, can be found at A Success. person with a family. Sec. 170, arranged property is their buckler and shield. remains lo divincst Institution of tho MILLERS, insinccrofas to read with application to this subject How false, how hollow, how '... Royal Gormotuer is established ns a world, flih the rapid growth of the . tho pretense that tho wolftiro of tho peo remarkable success. Thousands of under tho peace and of taxing crops, is as follows : world's Inulntfon plo is tho great aim and end of the coik There 1I11II bo exempt from tmutlon attest its virtue. Many of these We carrya large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture Biinsln'n f modern civilization, what is crops grown'In Ihc )uir In which the assessstitution, wo havo endeavored to show are given by men nnd women of tho at prices to wt so nfuch largo households needed suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made ment Is made, anil In the hniuls of the producer i in provious nrticles. , highest standing in tho most honored from pure Oak Tanned of child: Jbut better, healthier childLeather. Provided, Not more In viluo of houseGreat manufacturing establishments walks of life. ren. Tl le'aro to be the fruit of wed- hold goods AND OTIIEH l'lHtSONAL PRDI'LKTV, of Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, 8G.50," $7.50, 89.00 management Cjf shrewd InInitlio midst of a flourishing and rap- and $12.00. lock, Ik nd and honorable, nnd tho a person with a family, than two hundred nnd under the Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90o and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75. fifty dollars shall be exempted rom taxation. corporators, with an almost unlimited idly increasing business, tho prico is remother' nyi, lovo and example are still 2.50, 3.50, 1.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 and $10.00. Wo carry a lino : Therefore, wo tako it, that n furmor, supply of capital,- - ablo to tako caro of duced from SI .50 to $1 per bottlo. This to bo thrrtndest pictures that lifo can under the proposed now Constitution, their own interest, long sinco passed tlio is done in the interest of thoso whoso of Rubbor Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at paint. IP jtho end of time tho hand We-carra line of Novelties, sueh as Tail Ties, The would bo compelled to list with tho As period of infanpy, needing no aid from circumstances in lifo deter them from very low prices. that roh ,tho cradlo is to shapa the sessor Protectors, and everything pertainevcrj description ofpersonal pro- tlio government, aro to be mado tho es- paying thoTuighcr prico. Tho ricli will Cotswoll Wool Plumes and destin.it of the nations. Meantime, perty owned by him "at its fair cash pecial pets and favorites of tho Stato and buy it at any price, but tho managers ing to the trade. Wo have a largo line of Collars, Harries and Chains, tho un rrjed woman is to havo her valuo, estimated at a fair voluntary salo," exempted from paying municipal 1ax for feel that n medicino which posscsbes Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. own jili nnd her work. The rewards Mr, C. P. Babbagc will he found at our shop ready to do all kinds including tho "crops" nbovo mentioned, five years. Thero is no provision that Biich wondorfulrpowera should be placed of gen of philanthropy, of money. and from tho sum total of such house- tho humble artisan, tho mechanic, tlio within tho reach of tho poor. Many of repairs and make ndw work fo order. of art are all within of scho hp and hold goods and pergonal property deduct blacksmith, tho tailor, tho shoemakei havo said that Gcnnetucr was tho chcap It will pay vou to examine our stook. her rea ind it may bo that in tho tho sum of two hundred and fifty da' dollars; may havo n like privilege. Ho may bo est medicino on thoimarket. When it is field of litics, ns woll as professional ID- tho remainder being tho nmount subject a worthy and Intelligent citizen. His remembered that a bottlo of Germetuer life, sli ill achieve famo and fortune. to taxation. When (his formula is put littlo industry may bo advantageous to makes a gallon of nScdicino ready for "SP" -.i? . . But the ier influonco will equal that Ill" Alt, nf UiiIiik Ziliturlatncri. into oporatiomand tho fanner compares tho community. Ho may havo around uso, it is certainly cheaper than ordi& Tayno are not in of tho ' nan who finds' in married lifo L. Miller Let everything dark molt away beforo Loulsvllle.SUouls&Jsxase.Mo tho amount oftax ho will pay under tho him a growing family promising fair to nary medicine in a biilkJT.nil.when tho jrhood tho field' for nature. If you go to n homo for together as a great many and m d purest in woman's all that new Constitution with tho amount paid becomo good mon and women. Ho may powers of tho medicino aro taken Into. a Biuipy Aiait, X .ic&s nut tiro is bcsV a social bo of under tho present law, ho will havo good ply his trado with zeal, aniLdcal honest- account, tho price amounts to almost ner, ii'udy to joinmerry, bo easybeenmanI lo think, ram for myself and no tho tful man will admit. JUis a prein what has BEssauu reason to regret that tho Con. Con. of ly by his patrons. An exemption from nothing. , pared for you. Learn tho great art of to mo and I pitiful igo"n tho part of woimmfor 1890-9over had cxistonco. Wo may taxation for five years, or for even one aiy como Gormotuer is the coming success that adapting yourself to your surroundings. Taking- Effect man t cspiso malriinbny and-sgt- o not bo hero to remind you of this warn year, might bo of material advantage to has already come. Ask your druggist- - Don't rorover expect your friends to acrthoi"you that I will sell you ' delibei ly 'cut thcmsolves off " from company you or show yon around. Go At 5:00 o'clck A. H SnBday,No7.30. 1B90 ing when tho crisis arrives, but plcaso SB ' him. But unless ho amounts to tlio dig- tor it, and if ho cannot supply you wnto 3 life's p it joys and proparo for them jjfljjy.jpnnwlf'fteven though yon havo no when you cast your voto, if it is nity, tho wealth, tho power, tho 'influ- to EvM.b ColomajimGonerjd-Jv(jj)ro8on- n laaaw' En.t Bound JVo.ti. Cans, both Glass &Tin selves ft worst of all fates a homeless so cast, in favor of tho now instrument, ence of a Manukactuiiixo estahmsu-mex- t tivo, Louisville Ky.. Send for book con- bpcaal errand. Show your hostess that .rl Bound61 Traint you do not expect her or hor family to old agi theories arc all very fino on M Mall A that you aro doing so with your oyes iafiir'laVSw the Stato has no uso for him. taining particulars and history of wpn-derf- continually wait upon Enter into Kxpr'n ICxpr'a STATIONS Mall & Kxpr't paper. whon it comes down to prac- Kxpr'D open, and with full knowledgo that you Even the town in which ho lives, tlio family circle. Bo ono of them in . dues. tlco, tl jirl who is willing to marry Dally Dally nro heaping upon yourself, your children though its authorites might desiro to do spiiit, so th..t. after n hearty handsliako Dally U.illy will r tho suffrage of masculine G2jpm 8U")im Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar To5 Killed by n Ciptva rcnttlcxiinlco. 9 oripre nnd you children's children a burden of so, is forbiddei tho privilege of giving at the Btiuuin. it may bo said of youj U4U 820 Kentucky bt. 1260 h 850 hearts! 1 her influonco will Alfrod Duo, a Frenchman who has 900 'Whnt n pI'iiMnnsliohas beenl How 720 West Tolnt 1210pm 8U taxation you can not It is him an exemption. been living in a small, cabin on tho easy to entuiuiu!" L.idies' Homo Jour725 nnd 903 hundred 12 07pm Howard that 8 05 for $7.00. 40 pieces of waro Biiscoptiblo of demonstration that the 7 45 920 Itock Haven llWun 7 Favoritism in Government is about as Sclmell ranch, two .miles north of.Tfa spoctnl female foes of wedlock. 7&5 927 I.ongllranch 1143 735 increasi d expenses of government grow- despicablo a thing as can bo imagined. Jtiatin, liad n sort of fascination for nal. 801 937 llrandcnt)ur 1181 720 8 07 940 1130 ing out of tho now increased machinery, But whon to favoritism thero is added snakes, nnd tho reptiles appeared to realqinrinL' ..italic 722 "C. C. 0, Certain Cliill Cure" holds no 811 ''irst Svmrjtoms of Death. 940 1124 710 a-ize that ho was tlwir especial friend. middle rank, hut is at tho front, , 954 (iustnn 1110 707 it is TirJoling, dull hcadacho, pains in created by this proposed new Constitu- Pharisaism, it would bo better to havo Neighbors tell that 10 (U Irvlngton 1107 G5S within tlio past few pleasant to take and guaranteed to cure 8X0 1012 tion, will call for a rate of taxation or jn- - despotism. Tho blessings of govern8: Webktcr 1C6S . 0 49 fffjo3 fyrts of tho body, sinking at tho mouths ho has nover been known to bo 8 47' 10 20 LodlburL' 1051 crwwed osseseAent of taxable values, far ment should descend equally upon all. 041 8BC 1027 without ono or inoro snakes in tho cabin. Chills and Fever. Sold by J. fW. Owen. 902 , 103(3 1042 iiuiinl tins Btoinncn, loss ot aimctitc. in excess of any demand over inado herel'krca 030 necessary, Btacksnnkes when Si.ii.ple 1030 Its punishments, 624 phnples or' sores, aro all and copperheads mado their 910 1044 lo'vorlB088! Stephcntport 1020 615 tofore in Kontucky. administered. should bo impartially 910 1049 home under his houso, nud ho would 1021 Addison 000 919 1052 Holt 1018 GOO It is tho privllego of men to throw But theao cardinal truths, so' universally stop on tho field to caress a snake of anv -933 1100 v0maUr how it became poisoned it away Cloverport 1003 t 661 earned dollars upon a accepted, so woll established in tho pop- kind. 9 40 their hard 1114 Shops the 955 543 0P 1120 9 62 must v purified to avoid death,' Dr. system of government thoy do not unSklllinan 9 44 531 For about n week ho has had a largo 10 01 ular Benso of justice that thoy havo long 1137 cUclstit AckerB-ngiisHawentlllc 932 521 uioou r.nxir nas never derstand, and will not be 1144 1008 rattler in tho houso, but as tho reptilo Tctrlc warned against sinco becomo truisms, aro set nt defiance 923 612 1161 1011 faUcit5reinovo scrofulous or .syphilitic 1'alcon 9.17 505 tho trustworthy U6O4111 but it is not good judgment, nnd so thoso by this constitution. 1017 Cayce It holds out tho was not of a housing placo family Due 913 501 poisoiLSold under a positivo guarantco 12 OJpm mado for it 10 23 Lewfsport in an empty 900 465 who votofor tlio prbposod now Consti- horn of plonty to thoso who aro already 1041 1221 1'owers 847 oil can. Sinco then ho ha3 been hand438 bv Gf- - Short, Cloverport, Ky., and tution wilhliqcovcr should'A. bo adopt- -' 1233 1055 l'ate 82 4 25 rich. It allows them immunities and' ling tho snake at odd times, endeavoring 1 1100 1245 Owensboro 822 vUeador, Hardinsbunr, Ky, 417 cAKrp.iDGES, od whon tho critjls isupoii them and franchises which it denieB to tho poor. to tamo it into docility. HIS 1259 Capital Stock $25,000. Mattlnely 808 405 GUNS, U2i5 107 Stanley 769 350 no relief po&ilblo, Frankfort Cupi- - It gives them government aid which Sunday afternoon ho had tho snako 1137 117 Wortlilnijton 747 340 He Campaign of Abuse. MACHINES 1155 137 G Spottavlllc 72S 331 thoy do not need. It, imposes upon tho out as usual, displaying it to a young ttatiDAMIK. II. F. BEARD, rrcildont. 12(Bpm 140 askttU 719 3 23 TWirifj; ""-- , 1220am 2 00pnilar.llcndcr'n Iv 7U3am 10 DUILUi" ItOAD' M; poor tho burllen of paying municipal man named Cresswoll. Ho had it lying WILL MltiLBBftVlco-Proililen- t. 310pm M. It. BKAHU, Cathlor. 'SfeBWWSiiMHIiemi'orato artlclo it Investigato" theTriie1Til'fe rM to bo expended for thobon$ilt of on his lap, his right hand closed loosely lEP, around tho body just back of tlio head. ntion to Hie slanderous attacks j.lltio iuiny risers don't griDo.fauso fcalla; thnrfcrVfiJ!tthesp things it does, pro It writhed about and finally freed its Q. W. BKAHD 1 I Lousvi'Ie.Hardlnsfaurg&Wesfern R, !, or.Carlislo by tho nausea or pain, which accounts fltheir fessing on . MOIIUIS KSKHIDllB Dlroctori. Wlinn tlm rnnilln VwmaI (tenlf ' ...u .V.....U . IU11IIVU IWVJI 11. M, JOLLY, J .i..u. n tionist, nd calls on Govomor .Bttckner popularity. 11 Short Bnthoy peoples 7 "twrMSBwring mmisi Tiitn ffTntn iiii ' niUi No. 5 TIME TABLE, 0I ngntumg ut and tako his dose of vllllfica- - would not rim oumg store fcfthout safeguard. alienor, of 'buried WEIEST PAID 0.M TIME DEPOSITS. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'elook a. m. Sunday ' JU.SW' tlicso llttlo'i)llliv wvjiHM4VV4 AOf lOIV, inch oven tot Among its many conllictipg and utlor-l- y Due's right hand. eH6lSnea?Rilillk tho Commonwea'th sugeestcd West llounil Train i (reconcilable provisions, thero aro little about tlio matter and dfdno7ov3 Itait Bound Train recently tho mud is difllcalt to mix: and I Dally " Favors For the Kich. On Tuesday O. N."1 Jally more U. ... 'n . nrffiilna nr rione more striking and none .!...! i dis- - bandage tho wound. Diego Undertaking . ; Ml :fe.a ct sun i Arni.n' iavflrltn Flattery, of tho San 11 the mud gunners aro not voluntcerlm.' .1 i l it IS UUU UUUIO 1. ,i.ii. .. I Ho. CKFlO, yArilajTL? 2 ju- company, received a telephono message ... A.Xi:i.,iI.. t. Igainst 6inoit Bolivcr Buckncr. niK'nentr-H- . nf tIwi Ho. ln on Ar IV. MZI.irra .jSTVr irvinc cjioko tho breath corporations nnd from ' ' , . (ISnmJrtBaJJarficld I ihu upvrnor iiuckner been a mom-be- r that tho bantVng of tho 100 wis! men is then choko thSbroath out ol tie peoplo (givingTia Juana saying. MBring coffin jI T .w. 71 1142 size) and como nt onco," Tho of the legal profession, not oven his tho coiisUlutiiu of (ho peoplo, Mat is al II fA.i m 7 37 Sfe' ..1. a fepmBMlIBjM Mtalizo tho corporations. Interior coniu was for Due, ami ho died in hor12 05pm 7 45 vigorous warfiro on lotteries would savo lows no mnnpr set 01 men an Uvantngo .tb , '" rible agony from the blto of tho snako. 765 Joiy-ndl, 8 2S 1J'23 him from tho statement that hls.houso ovor any Ofier witliju tho foinmon-wealth- .. San Die,w Sun. 8 0J 12 30 was bougjit for him by tho Lottery ComIfjtIijS'm-orlvyitt's arsaparflla cleanses tho 12 47 910 BO"?it 'ould, in w iaj ii 47 110 .9 Wo cannot afford tfdecejve you. ConfililVne 741 panies, mid his Chicago investments truth, bo a fibuto to tho itjpliilial spirit blood, incrcases)tho appqtlto and tques 2211 . . dAf 1015 120 TPjl CLOVERF-T'Kockviilo 1 An '.' I'M l A pamphlet of Information andab-t dence is begotten by lfoncsty, I)o Witt's 1029 129 modo witji Lottory money. Itulh i animatiiig fto organic law ifnVer which up tho sybtem. It has be'noJUtcd many t. 720 129 10 11 LVnli i i '""(aOWUlg JlOW tO 135 Atklna . What thov will Kav of Mm Is vi.T fi lin it is propd wo sliall all tarouii, 'iTade 1101 148 Uuka tt 67 ho. But people who havo Buffered from blood Littlo Early Risers aro pills thnt will r, tern ptca .r 11 20pm uiua wumiuiu,A DO.4M 2 00pjn ArKordsvilleLv 6 45am 1224 ' . published hut thoy will find something does tho ptmmOht itself jjistify this disorders. It will help you. Sold fiy G. euro constipation and sick headache. 12 mm MUNN ' c-- sa: sJiU-lirondnror. Sold by G. W. Short, S. and it wil bo iintruo. ' s s new imtK. boast? lit us seo I "Tho mural as- W. Short . Tlio cai ipalgn of tho sembly no" authorlzp any iifcorporatcd In tho in4Betrtea.,Bow,fUrnhllHiiii in Tliu Influtnco of a Trami.1. has 1 on conducted from tho first on city or to oxciiipt maAufactiiring tho. United Statesin- - which boautlful Tho pivoident of a Delaware Niviuira tho bull-dJTTJTJREl, piano of outrageous Blander. establislenta from nyimcipll taxation, object? nre nde such Headquarters for oanic rctiiisea to give a tramp.ten cents, fa wall hang-iilWhoa .Vhr Young Bfown declared for a pepd not oxcowliue fid years, as fnrnitUe, silverware, tablecloths, and tlio trump went about hinting that iJBF Perfect actiob nnd jiorfect health result F h iseasca curedly a new that ho wtaJd yote for tha mow Const- an Jndi5inont to thol?locaion," This gjawware. urikk-- of hruau nM wmnrlit tho bank was unsafe, and In twenty-fou- r from tho uso of Do Witt's Littlo Early nndnUyflK unless process. . Consula- - itution, ils))OHcnts of the Democratic reads f? coiicliidjng'paraiph of Sec fcweiivln; and lUbo like very Hours uiercfwaa u run which lookout, Wyft n rrfect littlo pill. Sold by.G. - printed on aro write wrdcllars, press regr&'d'hte (ktornaintio, treatteWS?1 ,f' oftoaild to skilled many (housaud occasion but tortmujtoly o w. eiiort. Grain Drill., FwUlizer, CeMt, Dm. II. "W, IfKNDKtcxs and WnrIriu7!ir ilu not enough to any inconyeni-eticMiek' ed his uttiWaou wii), resiKJct, am cont minunigtlc capital O. Ti. Tufford. Thcf lan Pkwtw, SH, Lle, Coal Oil to tho bank. Detroit Free Press. "0. 018 Third Street, Lou,iai)l, K tinued to Mrt tle ticket ym lieartily and c.l'oratioiw h& m ajwontlnues O, Tatvtio.ta. J.iiw4e minister to by ManaL FktUr Hair. Wi " as before. I V to,beWWttlo cry'iAh u UhaHreernlt4rekM. WhoH ardor. fMfe& JftSftfcJ'iB Inofficial Broker Robert B. Davidson, Of Fhila-delpliiyewr siHHr rhRM(fel Vpu never tried Da Witt's Xittle Tmiiy & nf The moijrf8iMirCitrtife(clareJ Equolity muaUti Id.ttir is the only surviving1 ckrk of mm for cqnetipfttion, blllioHtttts. 'ikk hit) bH i),4oiutod by. thofold United Spit.ca bank. r He.i SS HlWH)'KKlVUIkD Bill UK well Hll lu Brick, Plow U.ndlM. KbI supjcil high kwJr aljmmmmU "TW v 'Wb1 ym UaftkxTtt tio 1 RcadaclM or you would not hve'twe aw, Ho waa .volrH old, and win employed is tliebwik Hew Hililrc. Alwttyw kIv Coniilliiion wwkl be a wK&nnitj wTkptOQ kad. Oil I Allien, ceHHI)' Hltd HtHtfll If Vaii ffliw in March. ' ' l' rrofn HS.,2 io IVa, whllo Nichols BWdW SoW Short, .,.. . lS& , 1 , In Mat corapnnJed by C4a pro iff G. Indirlcluftl ACCOUNT h jjf H r JEAIM ed him, charged him, with corruption and declared nis ojilnions wero pur chased. AVhen State Treasurer IIuli declared ho would vote against it, ho was likened to Tato in his'lippojition to monthly examinations and it was insinuated ha was ready to do as Tato had done, and not n them all charac-tcrii'e- d th5 assnulPust deserved. Writing of tho atlack on Senator Carsays ! lisle, tho Courier-Journ"His power for useful service, sorvico alike to his county nnd to'his party, lies largely in his wise, calm, dispassionate methods of dealing with tho affairs of both. To smirch him is to'reduco that power. .To reduce that power is to strike n blow at Democracy." But tho courso of tho shows thnt thoy aro different tq Democracy to tho extent that not only Senator Carlisle must bo smirched, but tho whole ticket may be defeated provided the work of the Convention .can ba uimi'iiuu in jYumucKy. If tho Democratic ticket should bo cut down to an oxtont carrying aid to and Harrison, tho campaign of tho will bo responsible for it. Covington Commonwealth. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GORMAN & JEELER, GLENDEANE, KY. Gome ! Come ! Come S;LAUGHTERED' WITT k , CI u PRICES'! vdswid' Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes and FOR THE NEXT TM DAYS. ,. MEADOR, Dress Goods. (l,. j -- i . . .Klii WJTJCTiBB'- DRESS GOODS. Black and Embroidered Mulls. v. M5-Kinl- WITT MEAD0B, i Spring- Clothin; Ji UVfOOKMAN & BEELEK, -t x 9 M i "W it-- I fake Pleasure YD BROS., Irvingon, Ky. testi-jmonia- ls Bo ILcllfmElW Til Mm$ : rb mm I "S 3TOT SO! HiiMBLBTblT-mE SCHEDULE r' .iy 1 ' aBV ul -- , FSTEPSTOVE, y out-weig- bluo-stockiu- 'DP' Rakes, fi Sorgo Mls, oyrators. BANK HAHDIUSBUEG V m k sffi JG?V thropHiooijuoiii ...... itdetIyyilKfl0S rTlr a'tibrget,tfeeplace Wlov tTr. ... I ... mmmiLiES m rsXffi i," l. l T- - 'ftcr' '"" 4J Ml A .4lllli0J Jim 1 " ' 1 g ' - tn GREGORY & CO,, i IXXj'JBS s fisar m,sr u-- tMam Reapers and Mowers, P , howl-agalns- Jr o V a, i.a Wib, Pine p;cT-poe- y. 1WIJ rJoftjtatiukVuy r. :i x ' ,y 'Hi njoit (f 1. 1Mr Ill- H. reccilred rMltrlr h. ttX yJ' ... 7 I 4 & ftfcl iiferW MNriiMWrroim xLi!fl WEDNESDAY, JSjcCll' URtlt. T!l?pn'ANDENBURGT H V. JULY 21), 1891. and it Vjttcjll, G. lIAtlllAOK, It.dltor . I.., St. I;. &T. Local TIhio Card. , mail and Expren coins East.. " Jt ' West, iEiprcn Kait '. - V 10.05 a.m. 11.07 a.m. S.58 p.m.i V.27 Local Freight Kut Weit... p.m. West 11.19 a.tr -- 10.0S a.m. TICKET. John Yohiik Itrewn IiloHH 3ovcrnor Mitckell C. Alferd V. J. Ilonitrlck Atlernoy Gonoru.1 Ij. C. Norman Auditor TrcaiHror II. 8. Halo Ilcglctcr Land Of f Ico G. II. .StrnuKo SHit. I'nli. Iimtr'ii 7C. I'. Thompson UGrff OOKATIC (IsrerHor - Fpi Cl'k Court of App'U Alirnm Adilaiun I), II. Sever For ItcprcsoiitntiVo Lkt every Democrat go to tho polls next Monday and do his duty. The health Judgo Allen G. Thunnnn, of Ohio, is reported to bo fast failing. Fitoit present indications, nfter next Monday it will bo, Dr. Ben. Named "another statesman out of a job." Sf. v frJti.-fckGl a &t. The Owensboro Messenger hasa standing offer of SoOO that tho Alliance ticket will bo defeated in Daviess, and can't get nny takers. Sam Fitlmau, a negro, ravished tho wifo of Tlios. Glenn, a white farmer, living near Shelbyille, Ky., and twelve hours later was captured and immediately lynched. "' t t - . The Democracy of this county has met tho enemy in plain, open, fair discussion on Next Monday wo npneal to tho people to stand by her doctrines. The Farmers' Allianco is in the as condancy in Kansas, and now, .they nro about to fall out among themselves as to who shall have tho offices. It will novorbo that way however, in Kentucky. The boiler of a steam thresher exploded on James Durbin's farm in Edmond-so- n county last week. John Durbin, "William Bashnm and John Masey were, instantly killed and' five others were seriously injured. Down in tho state of Kansas, whero the Farmers' Alliance is in tho ascen- over' public question presented. Ifc " dancy and boon given a taste of public office, there is now a great row going on as to who should run for the offices in tho next stato election. Every fellow thinks himself tho biggest man in fio party, and though many of them couldn't fill a constable's place, they all want to bo Governors and District Judges. The Fair Bcason has opened in Central Kentucky. Tho first exhibition of tho kind was held at Einincnco last week. Thousands of pcoplo were in attendance, hud tho show of stock was fine. The old Agricultural fairs will never play out in Kentucky or ccaso to attract their quota of visitors, becauso there is nothing better tho pcoplo lovo than a show of fine horses and bcautitul women. A county fair generally has both. &v .tfv if M a little warsccmeu imminent in ien- "Swoo or n timo last weeTc. whero con vict lifW has been brought into competition witXfrcc labor. Tho coal miners arrayeVl themselves 7IgS'Mjtyho stato convicts sent to wprk in tholttficsiind threatened to murder tho last ono"!3 them, whon tho state malitia had to be called out for their protection. In order to settle tho trouble tho Governor of Tcnneaseo will call a meeting of tho Legislature, and have tho law which authorizes tho working of tho convicts in the mines repealed. Sekatok Quay has given out that ho will tonder his resignation as chairman of tho Republican National Committeo For somo timo the Republicans havo been anxious to get rid of Quay in this position, but ho hasn't lccn inclined to lot go. Now that ho goes out tho com. to-da- y. aEi ! mitteo will begin tho work of arranging or tho itopublican campaign of 1892. As tho Republicans are in control of tho Federal Administration thoy arc expected to hold their National Convention first and will probably set it for an early date in Juno. It is said that thoy havo not paid np tho expenses of tho campaign of 1888, and thoy will probably look nfter that also. A cilanck at Breckenridgo county's representation in tho Legislature within tho last twenty years will convinco any ono that tho farmers should bo tho last ones to complain of not having their interests looked after in that body. Sinco 1871 tho fanners havo elected fivo of their number to tho Legislature, a majo rity of two, over men in other pursuits. Tho county has.not been represented by lilcmber of tho legal profession slnctv mjeadUt3iirnnrVi ,inv. Wo nlludo to .101 Mr GeoCnspciko went to tho city f Saturday night. Misa Ellen Wilkes, of Bowtliig Green, derstood. is Visiting Mrs. II. O. Rawlings. Mis'. L. t. Knott has been speaWng in visiting her A. Bomar, of TTptonvillo, is sister, Mrs. II. 0. Rawlings. Marion county in favor of.tlio now ConMiss Florenco Hoaso, of Indiana, is stitution. visiting her sister, Mrs. E. II. Morrison.' Mr. Frank Straus, of Louisville, visitFlease God thoro is a littlo lifo in tho old Democracy yet, and if tho boys do ed Mr. David W. Falrlcigh Monday lost. their duty on next Monday sho'll be Miss Bertha Lewis spent last Week heard from later. with Miss Ncliio McGohco at Long Branch. The long looked for Allianco apostlo, Tiio Misses Woolfolk aro visiting their Mr. Rhodes, from Toxos, appeared at Undo, Hon. Gus. W. Richardson at Ilardinaburg last Wednesday. In a Guston. speech of two hours ho detailed to tho Mrs. Lizzie Spillcr and children, of. farmers all the ills thoy wero mado to Louisville, nro visiting their Aunt, Mrs. labor under by tho present system oL J. Caspcrko. government and warned them that their Mr. James Smith who has been in only hope of relief was with tho Pcoplo's Now York for sovcral months is at homo party. with his family. Mr. Richard Wathen, of Bahtstown Cor-- Rou.es WitmvonTii announced himself at Garfield last Saturday as a junction, visited relatives and friends hero last week. Republican candidato for tho LegislaDr. Honry Pusoy, of Louisville, was ture. Mr. Whitworth while somewhat of an obscure citizen of tho county, and called hero Monday last to sco Mr. one who has nover figured a great deal David Fairlcigh. Mrs. Geo. Smith, of Louisville, has in local politics, is grtheless a true soldier been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. blue Republican, an and has tho samo right to offer for an Geo. Richardson. oflico as any other member of his party. Mrs. Geo. Cnsperko and brother, His name will appear on tho poll books Charlie, visited her mother, Mrs. Eliza next Monday and it remains to bo seen Woolfolk last week. how much support tho party with which Messrs. James W. Lewis and Harvey ho has been allied for tho last twenty Harold Smith spoko hero Tuesday on years, will givo him for this office. the new Constitution. - Hon C. R. Wathen Is ninkinc-This is tho last issuo of Jio News until speeches through our county in favor From tho present after tho election. of tho now Constitution. hopeful. surroundings everything looks Miss Fannio Woolfolk spent last HopsSl from tho fact that tho party in week at Long Branch, guest of Misses the fcunty scorns to bo united, and there is a determination to elect our man. Tho Bickcrstaffand McFarland. Messrs E. Bonduraiit and II. C. RawNews opposes Mr. Ilarncd becauso he opposes Democracy, and becauso the lings visited Concordia nnd Hayncsvillo doctrine ho professes to espouse offers tho latter part of lost week. nothing, yea can offer nothing better Judgo J. F. Woolfolk and wifo spent than that which the Democracy has been last week at Sulphur Springs with their battling for these fifty years. In all of daughter, Mrs. Iko Owings. our opposition to. Mr. Ilarncd wo havo Dr. John Hardin and Mr. Orley homo with him lightly, treated him Richardson visited their asphalt mines justly, yet differed with him all along tho in Grayson county last week. line. These differences havo grown out Sulphur woll grows morb popular as of questions purely public, and which a pleasure resort all tho time, nnd is to antagonize. wo had the right visited by crowds each Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trent, of Wolf A man who bus practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from sugar: creek, spent last week with tho lattcr's parents, Mr. .and Mrs. E. Wimp. read what ho says: Wo nro glad to report tho sick on tho 10, 1887. Toledo, O., Jan. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentle- road to recovery. Mr. D. V. Fairlcigh men ; I have been in tho general prac- and Bud Prico nro both improving. tice of medicine lor most 40 years and Mr. J. B. Withers and daughter, Miss would say that in all my pratico and ex- Daisy, of Muldrough, spent Wednesday perience havo never seen a preparation here, guests of Mr. II. C. Rawlings. that I could prescribe with as much Mr. Robert Moreman who has been in confidence of success as I can Hall's icnnesseo lor past few months is nt Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you homo visiting liis parents and friends. Havo prescribed it a great many times Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Edelon and daughis wonderful, and would say its effect ter, Mary, spent Thursday and Friday in conclusion that I havo yet to find a cure," if hero with Mr. and Mrs II. C. Rawlings. case of Catarrh that I would not Mrs. E. Wimp and daughter, Pearl, they wbuld tako it according to direc returned last week from a visit to Mrs. tions. Wimp's daughter, Mrs. Jesse Clarkson, Yours Truly. of Big Spring. L. L..GORSUCII.M. D. Office 215, Summit St. Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford nnd Wo will givo $100 for any case of Ca- son Carl, and Mrs Thos. Crawford, of tarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's New Albany, Ind nil guests of Mr. A. Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. jJorcmnn and family. F. J. Cheney it Co., Props., Toledo. O. The Hon. J. Proctor Knott will bo hero Sold by Druggists, 7oc. Saturday to enlighten the people on tho new Constitution. Ho will no doubt Resolutions Adopted By the Clover. have a largo crowd out to hear him. port Lodge. F. and A. M. on the Flopping over for the now Constitution Death of Jas. T. Miller. is very noticeable in this county and it is Knowing full well that this lifo is tho opinion now by Borne that tho vote but tho "passing of years" while etern- next Monday will sliow about 000 majority is tho "continuous roll of ages," and ity for it. wo are and torecognizing that y Bro. Willett announced Sunday that morrow we aro not. Knowing that tho they expected to begin a protracted meeton the ing at tear of affection wo drop tho Baptist churcli tho first Tuesbier of our lost ono may be, but tho swift day nfter third Sunday in August. JJro. forerunner of those that may bo shed for "Willett will bo assisted by Row Ilagan. us on tho morrow, that this world is but Miss Mary Pusoy, daughter of Mr. tho biding placo until tho call comes for us to cross over to tho "other side." We John Pusoy, of Jefferson county, nnd feel that tho call that camo for our broth- Mr. Aydelotto, of samo county, aro to er, James T. Miller, was but tho call that bo married tho 28th. Thoy will tako goes "unceasingly on" and must bo an- quite an extended tour and will spend somo timo in California.. swered by each of us and, WnnitEAS, tho Supreme Ruler has in Jtov. Geo. Belts nnd Rov. Geo. Smith his infinito wis lorn taken from our midst and twenty-twboys, of Graco church one, whom wo esteemed as a man, re- Louisville, aro taking rather a novel spected as a citizen and admired for his outing. Thoy nro taking a trip down industry, energy, public spirit ; ono tho river in skiffs and camping out at whoso will drove and whoso affection night. They wero hero for n few hours won ; ono who extended to his family Wednesday. and to tho community, tho hand of symMrs. Dr. Molton died .Monday, nfter pathy and the word of encouragement, several months suffering, with consumpwo his brothers, of Clovcrport Lodgo No. tion. Slio was taken to Mauckport Ind 133, F. and A. M., bow with humility to for burial. Slio leaves n husband and tho will of Dioty and, fivo littlo ones, whoso homo is mado Whereas, in his death, wo know, wo desolate by tho loss of wifo and mother. as a Lodgo have lost a member who was NErrMortday tho Democracy should spealc with an emphasis that will bo UnEx-Go- O.K ..... i, h; tA COIXO DEPARTMENT. GLENDEANE. Mfss Lou Dean is in Ix;itchileld. r bf tho day. Picnics nro tho-orde- Urtltor xa wi;sr. j Pftiienger Dally art. HrJlnibur2-12:0- 5 . Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " KA8T. TIME. TABLE p.m. 7:48 a.m. 8:55 a.m. 3:5$ p.m. Pruienger Dally irr. Hardlnilmrg.. Mixed (ex. tjundi) arr. " Puro Like ice for sale nt Bell's. 22 lbs of O, Sugar for $1 at Bell's. Go to Bell's for your cold drinks. Go to ,WehdVo had a much needed lain. Where, havo ye correspondents flown ? Mr. Jcsso Moorman, has returned to . ,j! hi homo, in Clovcrport. ' Miss Carrio Owen is expecting visitors from Loulsvillo soon, to spend somo time rusticating. Mr. Vennio has retired form . tho "Cooper ago" business nnd applied for n "Dean-shi- 'fr: on our new styles of s T,, i .J J. RJolinson's for cold. ico p." Is what everybody says when they fa beer. A choice lino of cigars nnd tobacco at month to practice Ringinghence is very Tho choir nt Gothcn meets twico n al to-da- Bell's. much improved. Mr. Bion Jolly was nt, homo a few days Mrs. Eliza Lewis,, of Jrvfngton, is last weok. spending tho summer wltji her brojher, Buy your family groceries from Witt Mr. Jcsso Owen. & Meador. Mr. Jess Howard, who has been at Cumberland Gap tor somo months, is Shoot tlioso new Hats at Beard & expected homo booi). Bccler's. Mrs. Arthur Williams, Owensboro, to Beard & Bccler's If you nro sick go is expected soon to visit relatives nnd for Medicine. neighborhood. It pays to advertise in tho columns of friends in tho Mr. Bob M'cllor, who hns been very the News. Try it. timo with typhoid fover. Tlioso new'k stylo Shoes nt Beard & low for somo wo nro glad to sny, is improving. Beeler's aro beauties. Miss Nclia Dean attended tho picnic Tho gas well lias reached a depth of nt Worrnlls Mountain Inst Saturday and d feet. mado her friend, Miss Webb MijCarty a Lemonade, Milkshake, elder and visit. cream soda at Bell's. Misses Lutio "Moorman nnd Annio Board &. Beolcr havo n nice lino of Dean are visiting Miss Lissio McGnvock, notions, lawns, etc. near Clovcrport, and will romnin several Call on Wm. II. Bell for your confec- - weeks. tioneries and family groceries. Tho vouncr folks snent nuite an eniov- Prices reduced on Clothing, Ladies' I aulo evening last Saturday at a party Underwear, etc., at JJcard & Beelor's, given them by Mr. and Mrs. Priest ml Mr. Ben Hardin is very ill at his homo Moorman. near Rosetta nnd not likely to recover. Miss Carrio Moorman, Clovcrport, is Beard & Beelor nro selling tho most visiting relatives nnd friends in our wonderful stock medicino in this county. midst ngain. Wo arc glad to have you Go to. Bell's for your confectioneries Miss Carrio even if tho ''Berry" season nnd fancy groceries, tho frcshrAJS tho is most over. iM F. Monroe & Son havo opened up a innrknf nil quali-tic- s branch houso nt Glendennc, nnd ask a Witt & Mcndor nro offering of, goods nt reduced rates for tho share of your patronage They carry a full line of fancy groceries, confectioncash. eries, meat, flour, meal nnd anything Tho citizens ol this placo wero pained that you will want to cat from a sweeet to hear of tho sudden death of Mr. J. T. cakotoasido of bacon. Refreshments Miller at Clovcrport iastsSaturday. Mr. of all kinds. Can sell you any amount Miller was wcll known hero nnd highly of ico you wish to buy. Fruits, nuts, esteemed. fine candies, ico cream, lemonade, milk Miss Aimio Bassctt leaves next Satur- shake and danties of all kinds a specialty. day for Laredo. Texas, to which placo AND REMEMBER TIlEY SELL AT sho goes in the interest of tho M. E. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Church, South. Miss Annio is an estimable christian lady, and her numerous I'rom another corrcfimmlcnt. friends hero wish her much success in Jlr. Frank Dean is visiting relatives at her now field of labor. Shrove. It has been reported that my deputy Mr. John Dean hns just returned from in tho Forks of Rough, Robert A. Glasswould not support tho Democratic Snrntogn. cock, W. C. Moorman returned from Louis-vill- o ticket this year. Ho has authorized mo AVedncsday. to say that ho will vote for D. II. Sovcrs and work for him in this election. Mr. Will Reelcr has returned to his J. S. DEJEnKETTE, S. B. C. homo nt Bardstown. Ho Has Evidonco of Cuin Hun Hardinsburg, July 27, 1891. Wo hear that Mr. Charlie Dean is very dreds and Hundreds the It was reported hero lost week that tho fond of blackberries. Worst Chronic Disedis. passenger train would bo taken off tho Mrs. T. J. Lewis is visiting friends nnd L. II. & W. Tho officers of tho road say relatives in this vicinity. that thoy have 'had no orders to that efMr. Clinrlio Dean is visiting Mr. Court-lan- d fect and that tho report is unofficial. Beeler, of this place. Passenger traffic on tho lino seems to Mrs. C. L. Cornwall is visiting her bo very good nnd there is no reason why . tho train should bo discontinued. Con- mother, Mrs. W. J. Dean. Mr. Claud Wilson.of Nashvillo, Tenn,, ductor Story carried ono hundred passis visiting Miss Edna Robertson. engers last Saturday. Mr. R. G. Robertson, who has been 'f Bucklen's Arnica Salve. quite sick, is able to bo out again. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts. Misses Annio Dean nnd Lutio Moorbruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, man nro visiting friends at Skilhnnn. ' corns, nnd skin eruptions, nnd positively Miss Ada Riordan, of Port Hope, cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Canada, is visiting Miss Ella Owen. guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per monoy refunded. Miss Lillie Owen lias decided that box For sale by G. W. Short, Clovcr- "Whero there's u (Will) there's n way." port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Our photographer is doing a splendid Ky. business, especially on Sunday nfter-noon-s. . , SIHIOJEIS -- r fifteen-hundre- THEY WEAR WELL, TrW FEEL WELL, THEY LOOK WELL. They cost more than inferior go OUR GREAT Reduction SaL BRANDENBFRG, KY., A reduotion in the prloos of goods thi insure ii largo reduction in tho slio; v l"u,' Spring Koodj '. .. .nuve,t"iv fiii eoason, and thai nt inoum musf iuuiu m nny Tiio most desirable . hiiiiua li.iui. ocon .i .m In llm ..., .,.,, ... neiocieu lur the el pee, and ot tl.ese prices will iuroly otJ arge oruw.u ot purcha.iri. Here Is a par1 .la"",'". nnu L"..i. "..:":-.- " luuuniiuuioi uiuersjmt like thorn. Mm W W'its: io. t.- ui ,u !; "L . $4 US 0 Qft f.i nil .lilt. au A.i.1.rt)- .v. .. BM... It. bwiaibivH. woiatcda. T. ", ." "N.rn' "rr.. !"ont miot '. CLOTHING. """. wins ana yu,j .Notice-Partie- s $7 40 for all to-d- visiting tho Tar Springs7 who aro not guests, will bo charged Uocts. admission fee fqr tho uso of tho water and grounds. I cannot offord to keep tho grounds clean and allow porsons who privileges of tho aro not guests'-thgrounds without, compensation. Respectfully, G. W. Joiiuan. Juno 25, 189L' o o Summer Excursion Hates to Clover-poFor Tar Springs. Commencing Saturday, Juno 20th, nnd continuing until closo of August the L. St. L. & rt T. railroad will sell tickets to Clovcrport nt ono faro for tho round trip, account Tar Springs, for tho afternoon trains on Saturdays and morning trains on Sunonys only, good to return on SunS. A. Wikei,, day evening train. G. P. A. A matter btltv ja,io tho ilr''Oinolil is given to compkun,eu' to S'1 having their iir'csts lookccfSLeptio o of their iv"ber in tho law nSrLig body of tho Btafo. Tho past shows that thoy havo been favored in this particular moro than any other class of men. Not only is itrtrue of tho Legislative department, but in tho county offices nt Hnrdinsburg to-d- lS.SlaA&. tbi1'' :ft a majority of tho incumbents camo from tho farming community. While theso nro facts tho farmers continue to complain about tho distribution of tho offices. Of courso thoy nro as much entitled to tho public offices ns other men when thoy show their ability to pdrform public duty, and thcro has never been ono of their number who of- day of Auguit, .., fered himself for a public y.eco in tills nMmnnrtant tiuitnfiflf. GltkaOHY, Preildent. JOUN D. louso, u'v. but," v jcelved overv red in an w.rtlio way4 nn7J00 T, Many Persons t Bays tho Bentlynin(8 that havo been Are broken down from overwprk or household songs cacu y jJno nro ot wcll fouml. Ino Brown's Iron Bitters V !niillr t rebuild the tntcm, aid digestion, removes ex of one, and cures malaria. Oct tho genuine. ctM itlv Drotbc-aem uouietli' i, over ready and willing to bear tho burLONG BRANCH. dens, and whoso hearj. always beat in full sympathy with tho tenets and purMr. W. II. Ramsey wont to tho city poses of our order, therefore bo it, by Clovcrport Lodgo No. 133, Saturday. . lleolvel, Mr. J. II. Sullivan, of tho city, F. and A. M., that in tho death of brother James T. Miller, wo put on record that this placo Sunday. wo respected him as a man, prided in J. K. Ditto's Bpcnt Sunday with him as a brother and esteemed him Mrs. ilcndrick. worthy of bearing tho honors of our a- - .rtVCsfiji-fat'""" ww- - ... "1 '"l Miss Etta English, of Stophcnsport, is visiting Miss Nellie McGehcc. That, mo express to liisTiimTly our deep Mr. Hugh Ditto returned from tho est sympathy for them in their irrepara- city Sunday to spend several weeks nt ble loss. homo. That, tho members of this Lodge wear Mr. Pat. Fontaine, of Brandenburg, tho usual badgo of mourning for thirty spent Sunday with Master Boss Mcdays. Gohco. ' That, this preamble and theso resoluW.'M. and A. Ditto, Jr., sold 130 lambs tions bo presented to his family and that Ditto 40 bend bo published in tho BitECKENmnoK nt $4. per head nnd J. K. thoy nt$1.50. News nnd sprend on tho records of this Bro. Dan. Shncklett has been pleachLodgo. ing some very interesting sermons at our W. G. Smaht.I 1). R. MtuutAY, Committeo. school houso. F. P. Payne, J Misses Fannio Woolfolk, Lydia Powell and Bcrthn Lewis, of Brandenburg, visitNotice to Stockholders. ed hero last week. A mnl!n nf tliM Rl ArlrTinlilura nfthAMtnflr al Centre Oai and Manufacturing Company 'A Jr .Miss Annio Fontaino returned from hri.lkv rnlliil In mfjet al the nrotikflnrtilpflM Holt's Bottom to spend sometime with Dank at Clovcrport, Ky., on Saturday, the 7th her sister, Mrs. W. O. McGehcc. A, D. 1KU, for the traniaetlon Be Sure von havo mado iro vour mind ipod's SarsaiurlUa do not -- Messrs. Wonrio Moormnn and JnmeB A. Dean wero visiting friends at Skill-ma- n Sunday. Miss Edna Robertson loaves soon for Sulphur Springs, where sho will spend some weeks. Mr. W. 0, Moorman was deeply grieved to loso possession of "Tlioso littlo white hands." Tho "Sand Knob" is quite a favorite resort for somo of our young pcoplo on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Ernest Robertson says he gusscs it must bo "Wright," and that what ho gets for beating around tho "Bush." Mrs. Fleming hns returned to her homo in Owensboro after a fortnights to her daughter, Mrs. II. P. Moormnn. Dr. "Baker has rented tho Wilson property and moved his family to this placo; Wo gladly welcome him into our midst. Mr. Courtland Beeler has boon employed by n company at Cumberland Gap to look after their interest in this county. from $12. for alt wool suits for men and goom, from $8. 49 cents foc nice reduced from $1S. mlts all wool goods Hvi .iiij'" fi cotionuue pants bull-d- og mako. DR. D. RE SHOES $i for a good fu sicca orjgon, reuueca lrom $1 .24. . . .. 41 .f tnm k.aaI- a I I v. iniui uiuii iowvu sboos. in an styles a sues, lormety If.'. a mil line of Buell k Sons cclobraW ouoos ior men ana boyi, all styles and av greauy reuueed prices. $1 24 for Indies bright Dongola kid Shf ."" r wuuoui patent up, in button or" are Una coodg. roducal A large stock of ladioi ,0 cl" tbom out. 'owshoB. " oeiow cost. CI -. Celebrated Speciist, And in charge of the Electrica d Surgical Department of tho Med Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo nti CLOVERPORT HOTEL, best calr a ior ourfroin $1.8U, Lropan,,none reduced .98 sacKl Cloven). Ky. Monday, Aug. JVeoii And Itottirii Tvory. Four t liiirliirrs" Vour. lTjESsa iri5 - nncctcd with tmiarsett Dr. Uca lias been hospitals In the country, ami 1ms iioinrIor In dlapnoslng'fnnd treating dUeatc andJcform. Kle.jjHc win give 950 ior any case luauie can- notell the ill sea tc and where lcutc'!n ilvi five and a i,.iV"''eV "duced from smj.j j".1- canfa- v- .- i (inlnutes,, K .)..- - . ohallie lvf woodwool n, 24 cen t ' lf ... a Treats all Curablo Medical an LG.d?andlfctri r?m.'?"n'' Diseases, Actito and OIIRONJ Ija: . .sod: .hrKViT.3S.-""3- : rS."2S TARRH, Diseases of tho JiJ Ear, "ni for fine, black Lawns, in S- Nose. Throat nnd l"'''"'i I.--? TBright's Dlscaso, Diabetes, inovs. t Ii i from ?s iuiu vb '" "".' oeuis. t h .ICAlii nic lwo ami l"r sme olaM' reduced from 15 n 1SUjrire stock of fine dresi eoods Sexual Diseases. Henriettas, ail shades, black T ll Ifll'TI I " . - vii J5"-I',,.vt'iainilo Th6)arty given by Mrs. II. P. Moor - man aturday night was a grand success nnd 11 present enjoyed thomsolves ;jajariiia is a peculiar mi uuivi.- - xiv-u medicino, possessing, by vlrtuo ot its peculiar huge! Refreshment', music and dnnc-combination, proportion, and preparation, ing we ino leaiures or, mo occasion. curatlvo power superior to any other article. icnt wero Mins Carrio Moor-Those Boston lady who know what she wanted, A ovcrport; Maggto, Moorman,, whoso cxampjo is worthy Imitation, tells man, and her cxperlenco below: Ho nnd Nnnnio Owen, Glen- Jakio, C. Moormnn, C. Beelor, It. dcano W. OwoiE.L. Robertson, u W. Moor Bakorl C. Owen, man, J.V. Dean, " In ono store wljero I went to buy nood'a Fiiicr nnd Joo Hown: Glenn Barsaparllla tho cleric tried to induco mo buy their own Instead ot Hood's; ho told mo tholr'a would last longer; that I might tako it on ten HOTltE. FRUIT GROWtRS! days' trial; that It I did not llko it I need not pay anything, etc. Hut ho could not provall Malie yotAorders by the lit of ftober and on mo to change, told him I knew what ' ne wll furnlfh you any ainmr It batp4"' Duy ,0 laKO A Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- u i) Young and doths. IiIhuIc IfAllrlAffn n.lttnAHA. v French Satins, whlto and flonril ntf t i jii.. . anu.i in laen an our i . rmi r.rh.i ttiuBirufl. all kinds eo in this nmat nAliinit.m' bee these goods before you buy. It ... -- Men 'ncy In )na-tur- To Get SulTerlnt from Spermatorrhea and Imjioi the result of self abuse In youth or eices yeirs and other causes, producing die follotvlng efTccts: lis emissions, blotc billty, nervousnepu., diztincss, coufjsion avcrsloirto society, defective incmnry an exhaustion, which unfit the vlctlii for or marriage, arc pcrmiiiicntly cured by not Injurlmis. Mull; roduced from a, Scents, lino nualitv ome of. iei,te. f Ideas nslncs I sexual medics Blood & Skin Disoises ) centi for fine quality sheer plain 12 cents, Tmiin r.tnnn (.. jUenti, fine quality India Linen, from 156, ui. cueca sou eiripou Muiuni, from 7c. for same, reducod from tnelra m,mt acts ior a nice lonK tOwe reduced from in lCO. for mines' and nhllilrnn'a 1.1..!, rr.i. ' ttread Hose, reducod from twenty five ctaArV oo ladaiv ftp ir.nf.' irUH.ii.n t..tr. ,ro,a ... ' .1 , V, 1"0. . "7U,,""W,( iol7 roDoa u'ngtl'1s, roaucoa from 25. in u .. T.w lUU. ttll UW ICVIft llPJ.8. II nnk.m. 8c nlcedretN-Jingham- i. reluced 'from 12Vo AVo show jwua beautiful line of carnat. J 1 t- 7 had taken it, wan satisfied with it, and did not want any other. i Hood's Barsaparllla. vttu. VltXTIT Hood's When I began tatting Hood's ' Barsaparllla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great deal with 'dyspepsia, and so weak that nt times I could hardly stand. I looked, and had tor some timo, llko a person in consumption. Hood's; Barsaparllla tfld mo so milch good that I wonder at myself sometimes', and my friends f rcqAcntly speak of it." Mas. Eixi A. Qopf, ct Xcrraco Street, Boston. T:k.:H33BS, A.X.X. TKHB3, sintuat, ua. ZACK. GRE MVnngcr Hardlnilmrg Nu HAnDINSBUIWKY. T NOTICE. County Initltuto wte. The gla Aoguit lOlli, ana continue, nv uaj JAU teuehtrs and perwni Hardlnlurg. expect to teaehln(ist attend tbo full ilm( Syphilis and complications, as sore thi at, fall ing of liulr, p.iln in the bones, eruption, ic nro perfectly eradicated without uslig n rciiry o other Injurious drugs. Connrrohea, Gleet, Stricture arid all Urinary and Kidney troubles arc speedily cured U treat- -' iiicnl tnalbas never lulieu, He undertakes nu incurable cases, lit cures thousand given up to die. Kemcmber the date and comet larljj. at lit rooini are crowded wherever he slopi. Consultation free. Correspondence kolUHcd and confidential. ADDHESS, ' Mkihcai, & SuitQICAlj TSTI fUTB, . ! Napkin., umentttrows, attlngiOllth,, good-WW- T-l- )e oy Ten conts for a wash Bruib Ten eents for a UlvnnUPjih bowl' iro cents for; a largo slsetwoVaih Pan Ten cents for large haniine-tAW- u Waltni-TeTin Milk Can. V cenU Ten eents for galranlied Lemon oo,,,,. Flro cents for a large fire Shore). F(re tents for paper of taeks. Osvt,,t assorted patterns wall paper, at S and ' Don't forest the Great KedueUnn s7S' Lsfcd place, V whe'e'' " Hue Smyrna b" 'lu'',lo",toJ ltuCJi fr y Li. (ieo. leakel si to Co,, V KY. t No. 309 Fourth St., Louisvito, Ky, BUANDENBURd, J. E. Keith A Son sold last week n very lino monument to ho placed over tho gravo of. Rev. Head, nt Walnut Grovo. Thoy are turning' out somo very fln'o work. Sarsaparilla l IMiaDTaiiarosgiH. I il ; si ' n .1. fc m . "4tT2kJ TafeStt"" V'SHrJr . ,,, .,' s ' "' byttI.I100D4CO.po.eark.,UweU,M. IOO DOfi-arOn DOiiar jV. Hxiorpe. xrjrtjiuj I rit(,.t(n If ther fall to attend Mid 'J iilluta. unlM theT ureient a certificate fr. their pbjilclan, Mating that thoy Wre to attend. - will not grant a een L1UC4IJ h..t,l to any one who does. not attend T j into orilTnr nnf ,., I 'tHP Moro.thAn i,ooo ., .. Mill ,......,. I"Bli T rPT t -; 1 dett ollcce In . -- " ...- w ;- - Tvillnn healtliru). : No . . Ml W . "r.-1 tt ft., , 4cllt' "e Southvt, wq eiCKl uuimiHKH I "n alumni, 'Three, mW!'V . '-V lynmiMiicu. wuiu!igio.yiun&l XV0Uj5tfJ imjif i'or J,l.,lnvlUo, Wacky. ' 1 , ..?. FfiwrU v J .1 JJJF . t f i i 5 Sjttjts (PlBiTfk ?n drsAr ij iiu hii ,a T aw9fe. 9'OfFFm mv"v fisiiiTP'HfilMfillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 9iiiiinflHBlBK Ur . r!iTw tpmi iHl pavw i AWlUlBt J r r& T- - . &$242--&- s X JJon't il'iwml ii pcosle to dm- liuJ yoiirtuMne. Keep Bir,JSj ti.a tOimidloThmWWJaineS'r Her had fallen dead at thb office of, bis crv Stable on First street. Men ovcryv .I l Would, jliit at this time, bo quito in order, but, na hero with pale faces and ill suppressed excitement stood aghast at the suddeness is what is most likely in store for us, we call ypujv FFciuiJ SEm'!'' and terror of the visitation of death to -- .U In .fifth KU our ceiQbrateu UDl. i T ono of our most prominent citizens. thUpatt 'I ...... .. .i niirciawi in Ho had been especially cheerful and J"1" C .... -o Jn flno spirits that day and for sovcral .i..rnJmimi.rUiUpr. nnran" ' days preceding. His daughter, Mrs. B. T. ! Pongee, in Coats and Vests. - m ixrifli w Kuflcrty, had hovered for several days . v. w between life and death, but was now imDrnp d' Etc, jn Coats and Coats and Vests. ! proving in health. She is his only child Alpacca, in Coats and Coats nnd Vests. nnd his whole soul seemed wrapped up in butcher-knif- e her, nnd naturally when his anxiety conCccilians, in Coats and Coats and Vests. . TERBELL. third cerning her bad subsided, bis spirits- be: Flannels, in BlucPnnd Gray. nonoy ! came buoyant. But no friend suspected Keep Btl of tho that death had marked him for its early Women in Stripes and Checks. Flannels, Can '! 01 II ID ! victim. Frank Leshc. rxrrv? Seersucker, in Coats and Vests. cw of ..A Ho was occupied in rending n newsSyrup o gs'is tho Henriettas, in Coats and Coats and Vests. hl7 position paper at his desk in bis office, when ho ! Geo. Dean has ) i6dy of its kiuu ever pro- and was heard to utter two or more moans, And numerous otherlthin, cool, comfortable and cheap garments. as assistant clerk at tho depot, pleasing to tho taste ana ochas accepted ono with K. Wattcrwhito nnd at tho snmo timo wns seen to arise io to mo Bionincn, prompt in Ann nnd trulv beneficial in its at Lexington, Ky. 0. W Taylor, of from his chair and step a few paces to the Til .ik. nrenared onlv from tho most offico door, whence bo fell into tho enLcitchlleld, fills his place. . ' trance nnd was dead. This is tho whole healthy una agrecablo substances, The Great Benefit story of bis sudden taking off, supposed its many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd have mndo it Which peoplo in run down stnto of to have been caused by a rupture of a tho most ponula- - veracdy kjiown. liealth derivo from Hood's Sarsaparilla, blood vessel of tho brain. Syrup or Pif j for snlo in 50o Major Miller was born in Floyd county, conclusively proves thai this medrcino and $1 bottles by nil lending drug"make tho weak strong." It docs not Indiana, near New Albany, and wa3 sixty-gists. Any reliable drugrist who S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY years old. No one had ever att like a stimulcnt, imparting fictitious two may not have it on hand will prostrength,, but Hood's Sarsaparilla builds marked any decay of his mental or physcure it promptly for any one who up in a perfectly natural way all tho ical powers and ho showed but few eviwishes to try Do not accept weakened parts.ipurifles tho blood, and dences of ago. His industry nnd energy any substitute. assists to healthy action those impor- were marvelous. His several farms CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. tant ogans, tho kidneys and ivcr than ono thousand acres of land SAN FRANCISQ ), CM. in cultivation, bis largo livery business, niiALCii is- NEW WK, H.f. LOUISVIUE, AT. BURAS. his extensive droves of stock, and his large real estate interests required ills Eli Pile wont to Louisvillo Saturday. M. Dr. giivo with Picnickers and electioneerers aro thick. unflagging attention. This ho L an industry Hint was proverbial, and it Tho fanners aro threshing their wheat rany bo truly said he lived in his saddle. this week. Office in Hr. White't old stand up etairt. Miss Ella Johnson, Hudson, is visiting His dappled gray saddle horso was always PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. ready for his mount, and was almost ns Mrs. Dr. Wilson. GL.OVERPORT. KY.' well known as his master. Mrs. Bud Davis, Louisville, is visiting He was married in tho year 1854 to Mrs. T. P. Davis and other relatives. S. S. Miss Lulu Gideon, of Louisville, is Miss Mary J. Ilovious at Salem, in Liv& spending several weeks with Mrs. Bob ingston county, Kentucky. She survives him with Mrs. Rnfferty their only child. Ncxt door, to Breekenridge McStjmn. Office Major Miller removed with his little Clovornort, Ky. Bank. Rev. Thurman Rlchardson'slwife nnd family, of Cecilia,aro visiting Mrs. Aman- family to Clover'port in.'1850, nnd has ever since resided here. From very small da Tucker. brother-in-laMrs. Mary Solomon and Miss Clam beginnings, ho nnd his Legitimate Qrdcrs accompanied by tho Cash will receive prompt Mr. Samuel Ilovious, who died two years Locb, of Vine Grove, returned home lB9i attention. YEDNESDAYt JULY 29, 6 Thursday after a visit of several days at ago, accumulated quito a largo fortune, rT which they have left behind them.' , this placo. : : IOCAI BREVITIES No man in our community ever disMrs. Elizar limner, aged sixty-eigpensed more in chnrity to tho needy. Ho Cant. William Yed went to Rome years, after an .illness of several weeks, has been for years tho prop of many poor STEPHENSPORT. died on tho 22d at tho homo of her son, ' ' Monday. inch, who y sadly mourn bis loss, soul at rest. W. (hvon went to Louisville J. 0. Bruner. Another Jesso AVo had a very hard rain Friday. cherish bis memory. This section lias suffered much on ac- and gratefully-wil- l Monday. of Ho was a largo employer, nnd tho wideBut few Mrs. Allio Smith returned to Louis- count of tho dry weather. ft ' II. B. Hawkins, of Louiavillp, was in tho farmers got out their tobacco crops, spread grief among a broad circle of men, villo Saturday. tho city Monday. oats were worthless and a slim prospect attests that he "did not grind tho faces Pcrrigo left Saturday t Jns. Kurtz, of Webster, is - visiting for coni seemingly,; but since the of tho poor." No suspicion of this over Miss BerthaInd. 1 Albany, friends in the city. copious rains of Thursday everything is floated on tho air. Tho gravo contains Miss Etta English loft Sunday for Long tho bodies of tlioso who died blessing Mrs. A. ,B. SklUman is at tho Tar more hopeful. ". Branch to visit relatives. You never saw a more sanguine set of him for bis unostentatious deeds of kindSprings for licr health. Remember tho picnic at tho Helm smiling fellows than tho Bums Demo- ness, nnd many, many who- nro living Chas. Patpi Union EftnrJB visiting his crats aro. WJiilo overy ono is earnestly have groaned a deep amen. placo Saturday, August 1st. "sister, Mrs. bl Mattingly. . working and will continue to work, we In enterprises for tho upbuilding of Sbellman Bros, givo a pienicISaturday, Mr. Hnrvdy English, of. Robert's Bot- already feel that victory is ours. While our city, ho was prominent and helpful. August 1st, at tho Old Ilelnvjijacj?,. Baturilajv ,. tom was pcrato eifort, they are alreadydeep in tho Ho wns in tho vanguard of progress alMrs. E. T. Haynes, of Clovcrport, was ""There will' bo preaching in Fisher's shadow of their coming defeat. Against ways, and could bo counted on with tho guest of Mrs. Henry Davis last week. g tho Dr. wo have naught to say. of Hall next Monday, night. is not ours. It bedaubs, tho purse nnd activity. In tho incipiency Mrs. Cora Moorman, of Yclvington, Garland Black, of IIawe8vlllc,fis hands of tho'slingo'r and misses tho mark. the Louisville. St. Louis nnd Texas RailMrs. was in town Inst week visitingTclatives. No good is ever accomplished this way. way, it would have perished but for his visiting Miss KaTo Oglesby. ij.ii. inrrvi:nN Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Reynolds, of Rome, May we all come out of this canvass with money nnd push, in hearty Miss Lizzie Skillman lias returned minds unpoisoned by thinking nnd The Ind., left hero Saturday for Clovcrport. ncckcil coolness wlilcli exists lictwccn this stiff with others. The community has susemiptc will eoon melt, thaw and illsJohc homo, from Winchestei,,-Ky- . saying difty things. Tho Dr. evidently' is Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Bennett, (nco. itself Into a gentle lialm that will rt fresh their sincere in his work; wo believe hbn tained a heavy loss in bis death. Mr. Daniel Sehcnk and wife, of Rome, All that was mortal of him, was laid Owensboro, nro in town visiting pircheil thro.its aiul heal all their petty J I (Tehonest, but deceived. His "Heaven ' rences. Then (hey will unbend a little anil Join Iiu1v cra in the city yesterday. bOrn " party adheres to n number of un ' away in our beautiful cemetery. The relatives. tho chorus of praise for Martin's delicious . J. II. Sullivan, Sonbra, Ind., is tried fanciful theories, which can never Masonic order had charge, nnd according nnd Creams and Confections. Mr. Smith English, of Clovcrport, be of nnjf lasting practical value. , visiting her inotlier, Mrs. Woods. v Wo say let tho Arm members of tho to their rites, interred his body. Rev. James Kurtz, of Now Webster, wero in C. C. MARTIN, Jolm Smith, L.,, II. & W., spent Sar- old parties maintain a forgiving attitude W. C. Brandon of the Methodist church town Sunday. I'UIIK DHUGS AND FRUITS. toward theso wandering ones who will conducted tho religions services at his day with his sister, Mrs. blislia uoiuiis. Mrs. Jas. Crawford and daughter, soon sco their, cnor. and who will almost residence. Col. L. Green, Falls of Rough, at lvatio, left last week for Toronto, Canada, bo asjfing aunmianco back wnero Tho procession, preceded by tho Clo- - to visit her mother. itly pclong. As tho fond parent tended tho funeral of Maj. Miller Mon vo and reclaim thd son of wild vcrport Cornet Band, was ono o! thoi day. Mrs. Solomon Stillwell, near here, died ws sowing fame, so also can we receive largest oyer seen in this city. Many Miss Georgia Wljito is the guest of laik into fill fellowship these erring Friday night after a long illness. She friends from abroad wero present and Miss Sallia Miller,', Washington city, wnwenng lies. Groping In tho dark- leaves a largo family. took part in the funeral exercises. neA teachd us how to appreciate tho ). C. Mr. and Mrs. Parks, of near Clifton light Losf g ourselves in tho W. II. Dunne representing the L. & N. nndn th woods makes us keep tho To The Voters of Breekenridge Mills, were tho guests of her sister, Mrs. flin the city but- - road.' Sam R. Payno last weok. County. we iiK.vn: On Monday August 3d 1801 you aro Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bauer, of Evans-villThat MissCarrio Mover will not teach. called upon to cast your vote for men Springficld, Ind.j nro tho guests of her parents, .Ure. A. S. That Gilbert, Pile is going to study to fill tho various Stato offices, and tho Mr. and Mr?. AjJ. Pcrrigo. 'fVvvYVvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv ftVgvill mcdicino ofilces of representative and surveyor Miss Adelln Smith, of Hnrdinsburg, avill That Clint Tucl,er will teach school in for this county. Tho Democratic paity no called and Mr. Lannio Smith, of Owensboro, his sub- - Grayson. presonts to you n clean ticket from John nro tho guests of Mrs. Eli Smith. Wash-sta- nd. rcceivo a Young Brown for Governor, to Frank ThatlnoKTlii"i8tor 's boon is being repaired and Tho school bouso handsel ,fco tdnto'ing ono of our lads A. Beavin for Surveyor, and thero can new rooms added. Tho noxt thing needI and,Ias&.,. , . "V re in (1m bo no reason why any Democrat should ed is" a pavement out from Main street to aThntoel Pilo is avping to mako fail to vote for tho entiro ticket. school bouse, "Tlrcil nature's sweet restorer" Is the way aiiotlibf ijis significant trips. to Bullitt Tho Democratic County Committee, foundation of J. counK Roberts, Plain & Co., aro about to Miss 1'rett) peach th.iractcrizes our Soila Water. of tho Stato Central by tho authority 'f necn let to Einbry "TMbyAo doing and then lemoving Committee, called a primary election loso ono of their most important part- It is delicious and refreshing. It tones up the (Tip CM IT Is furnished iir Walnut, Natural Ash, Antiquo.or 1G stomach, invigorates the E. T. Haynes 'talks of leav flaBUliife energies. It Is drain and rcstoicse lj) I D tlic'WAnbo pair they camo out dear little the only proper heyer-agto bo bold on tho 18th day of April, ners, as Mr. U U II Century with a lioyol edge, French plalo, Gloss on Dresser. cCarty, of Wliitesvillo, dustl(ss)udes. ing for Clovcrport soon. for this weather, We use only Ture I'rult and nt that election I). II. Severs was g Mr. and Mrs, T. II. Syrups, ThatPuros has an inventivo genius unanimously olectcd as tho nomineo I In connection with, our bakery we Keep a full ' tr . Children Enjoy. whoso inio is riot yet to appear to an nnd standard bearer of tho Democratic line ot fancy groceries and confections. oy Millor, deputy SliorifT. nstonif sd world. flavor,"gcntlo action and Tho pleasant party for tho oilico of Beprcsentative. F. H. BALLMAN. tho city yesterday bustling tho That lis same genius fs now at work IIo is no stranger to tho voters of soothing effects of Syrup of In Natural Wood, Antique and 1G Century - with an when $19 SUIT Elegant Wash Stanll Dresser. rats for Sovers. if tho father or SEE AGAIN on a w trap, a stock-feedeand n Breckenridgo county. His official and in need of a laxatlVo and AS IN YOUTH 1 :. Chapin is putting raddle a boon to humanity. tho lumber private Character is known to you all. mother bo costive or bilious tho most g That jrtain of our ground for a two story dwolling young No one can truthfully say aught against gratifying results follow its use, so that ft-- ; men, tiring tho .recent dusty period, either. IIo is a man govorned by it is the best family remedy known nnd us. Moorman, of Augusta, Ga., is wore tp pairs of pantaloons whorover principle, and is n Democrat becnuso bo overy family should havo a bottlo. Is something seldom seen " for the money, jvnnd no tuoy rqbordrovo. U liomo tuo first of next month belioves tho principles of tho party $25 SUIT whero excelled. Tattleii. m his parents. aro right. Democrats of Breckenridgo A From anther Correspondent: county, you know it is your duty to nd Mrs. E. L. Clark, Hawesville, Misff.ulio Gideon is visiting relatives support him, nnd I feel confident you tho city yesterday tho guests of at thbjduce. i THESE WONDERFUL LENSES cxpor-elect him by a good majority. For , ArotiiorosuitoryearsofscIontiflQ d Mrs. J. D. Babbago. .as-wTbcmin did como. Tho sj)eaking is will imcntinp, ana nro now piuoou, owlne to of Ilepresentatiro and SurJ. C. Brasboar, of Stojibensport, ovor old Capt. Mercer was present on tho offices thlnjrhflrutofnroproclueod In this lino, veyor wo have no fight to mako against TliByaronoknowlodBetlbvoxports to bo liss Mollio Berry, of Ixmisvilloi that ay, mo llnest nnd most ponoctly constructed Woenjoyed a good Sunday Scliool nnd tho Ilopubllcnn party becnuso th'oy have Lonsos KKOWN, nnd aro poaullnrljr adapted liu tho city Monday shopping. god sormon tit Alexander's Chapel no candidate. a Wo havo no fight to to corroctinu tho .yarions vlRual imporfoo-tion- s. E. Monarch, J. D. Beoler, Judgo Sund v tho 10th. Atrial ortho kohiNoor will mako against Uio Alliancq or any farm? youtlmy nro PERFECT EIGHT HENCWEHS. miRtyorV. G. Babbago, Har-rIto Crandlo will begin a protracted or's organizationbecauso tbuy.liavo.no "' Ertrj Pair Warranted. meet lg nt this placo on tho llrst Tueswo in tho city yesterday, I'br-Salcandidate. But loAlny wo are confrontby day l gbt in August, G:ll)9 Mnttingly passed up pn tho ed by a now enemy in candidates" wlio family Mr J. J. Loob A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician train Sunday, returning- - from n ylsit ing ilatlves of and placo will be visit- - claim to, belong to tho this noxt weok. Third party and to Ids othpr N. M. Mattingly, Daviess Mr. I ob is nuite nn imnortant sidesman aro denouncing Careful Attention. PicBorlptlonsBecelve both tho Republican county) for tl well known Trunk Manufactory, OLovimroRT, ky, and Democratic parties as being corrupt, LaubJ Straumburc & Kraus. of Jiiils-- " Capt. P, M. bad command of vine. thereby oxpecting to tear down both n BuuuuT uwonsboro nat Snmliiv In i and to build tho Thin! party 911 their 1 1 ink tho Kkws mndo quito a o .. o upt. Ponny whois off on a m tho lost issuo in saying that I)r, ruins and elovate themselves into offices ELUUHNSBURG, Harn d wits at sen without a pilot or rud- they noor could have pbtnincd in. der. Had you forgotten about Capt, Absolutely Pure. tfl Bennett nnd F. P. Haygood, either of tho old parties. Mercer and Jj A r? Now let every Domocrat and every of A cream of tartar bnkinp: powder. HUhest n, woro in tho city Monday Thiy say tho Quarterly mooting at all Id, leatenloit etrongth. Latcit 'U. S. PUBIIO .SPEAKING. Afunoral of Major Jas. T. Fuirv uw. Sunday tho 10th. was crontlv ono in Opposition to this .would bo Govcruiutnt trvod JUjwrt- Horses TraiMd. , , electioneering parties. It Third party como to tho poUs as ono interrupted by 1), II, Savors nml l)r, Ilnrned, ,C.imli-ilnte- s is sad,ivcry sad indeed, when politics got man nnd cast their votes for Sovers ami Wo are prepared to break and tr&Ia hotft jnan, while preparing between limn nnd bis God. us look Beavin. McElree'8 Wine of Cardut fuVtho Legislature will nililrpss thb at tho vejjlow price or FlfteB DollM iJast week, found a forward to tho timo when our mon can po6plo of 3rcgkonrul0 county nt Hip mony Hones iatruittd to or car wtH r aiid THEDFORD'S are Respectfully. center of it. It go to church and pray as long and effectimes anil places. July . vory tMt of tual prayer when thpy nro candidates or for salo by the following merchants in wtl U W. K. H.'akVks, Chairman. ' 30th. olectioneoring, as at any other timo. Thursday, Jones, lireokeoridee CouBty V . urttxieU tidbw. ' 31st.c Ilawcsvillo, Then it matters not what political party Jeiti. W, Owes, Clovwoort, Pritlny, liallTown, i.: t, M IFTOUl Q. IrV. Short, ClQMrmit. Friday. wins j wo need "not fear our ofllcore. But Of you aro nil woru om, imliy isaxl for nothlsg ClovoriKjrt, Anust Jst. rwj KfMkMT k Li. VWlMMMtiJ aelon ns political attains are allowed to . . i . MmtwS'il itcoy jtirrvtis. and ? AU (KfitHrbour W'tc'worslijp yemy.ox- P J' ' j'. J. &Tr, UtOtt Mh, I jimi idwjwri Rfi u IIAV'tlLlA Vuudpi"-'-. rnjH. umr&mvt, - . MH.m poci tof V.K.8nmS'ff v,rfcJf --r '" J rM . A- TW--" I ? atv itloil. X . T s .7-J. T- - "HOT WEATHER MIHIUTERS:" IJOfI ' F$ Ak sr y.i .' ik $SS! VOL. XVI. T)nnt. hif.n nff wivn ,. . j,, ,.ll. vnnr frAll J Don t pull up tacks with a screwdriver - Don't open tin cans with a M. I J j Don't WINTER n split wood with a hammer Don't sharpen your knife on the stove Don't borrow your neighbor's shovel! Don't forget that you can buy s01cl Reliable" Clotliiers TOOLSSOETS AT. m if it ' ro J. R. JOHNSON, u $ Physician Dr. J. Clayton, CLOVERPORT, KY. Surgeon. Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries CHOICE TVXIVES. Phonograph - "New Attractions." Catkins, Physician Surgeon, Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. m p?pq?NRiGE News. A w HARDINSBURG-- ht ZY. x fS?Iffr for-Np- ?T ( r m4i ' - n Mud-slingin- BUCKSKIN JIM WILL.BE coi.i:ss tii here M-rs- A .,: Prices Will Talk ! k Below we give a few Specials in by-pat- e, bM BEDROOM SUITS of Bed, Dresser and f 10K 4 ;iuiiw which consist - -- iv x, w. 531 b'U 610 bVi 5 HO ,- r, solf-rocki- nf 4 1 J4 01 IMS 13 41 sash-wearin- 333 post-oflic- 3a)pm ""' RQYAI fnaay. e i g, o Wc ask you lo call and see our samples seldom fail to please our customers.1, Our line of chairs are second to none,, We have 50 different 'styles. t?s& 912 R-a- n B. F. BEARD & -H GgM mis-tak- POWDER KY. I CO ,faw. HIV. Uon and will be Ucr. Jbmlck ulaku. ljt BUQK-DRAUGH- T i fr UfcW'V.r?. 1 ltAClC-AOltK- S m 'tartlay, K. I- -. fft-'-- ".iBVm ,' jljgnHy.ux ,f .-- tUUni ' atj, Kf ' Ttzs. 1 t-- Si Lhi f -- l rfl "Vti &HsW nnver K" . WmtfTwHlo iri ui.nrli uj "MLi. i- Early tomlorCBt ami tWW" SICK I lcast" i.Atwcen men , ' 1 l"-"- " VTh$ to Itomeo. I tvna TO x , T jt ' "j ftftttws Mwt.a"' hr T tnSaMS MHMMHMWMMMMMMM rW inpr T l'll VT'jWW.iWi. - o IN- wwwiiMiiiwwimiw . , WjK foiiday the Demo. ,J. i...i , ilrUeoCagperke went ,j$l- emphasis thntvill bo un- - wvunuuy night. jHhan j JMIca Pll lirilf AS-- Af pSol DEATH OF A MISERmMd. ' ... u r JS Visiting Mm. TT .... ..M n ... ' ..! ii ir .II T.1A . 1..4T.X.MH.it. IJJ tV . Jk. Mrs. L. A. JBomaejSwmfnibcr Ho Names MoKinloy As tho Next Re- A Noted Violinist and Schola 8pcak,n8 hl to his Captain on im publican Candidate. of Starvation While Rolling tn nw Con- - visiting bor sigUw a strong ad- -, Into unnleasantnpBa -,-. Col. ItobertG. Ingorsoll was in Chicago Wealth. JMiCTinstitutloii, in a Rlirmfr'n Win. lt...ftiflb . .1 1HL m tho otlier day. As usual tho reporters ned San Jose, Cai.., July 0. Prof. lUnt.l.Crtft'fcfBeo' nlkl Hinr Th?eJR' thO mnllntnim hunted him up. Ho was in tho best of man Kottincer. at one time a fan m l,ijjBncoln, fresh -- f mm ;...... UllOlilCallv.7 1m innlr in 1.lAO 1 lV-i, wW. 1IUV10I jjiS; si tors s Gbn and other pbilospplm "MlCl. Willi spirits, and, after telling a few stories, ho violinist and an erudito educator on Teal was not bo very wrong. Thefj began to talk politics. ijmo wlio Pacific coast, died yesterday in a mca S3. a certain incongruous want ofrecipro- considered tho question, should have "Who will bo the ttcpublican candi- littlo shanty at No. 44 Colfax street.1 deterMen "HSQdll city, so to speak, in this thing-tf- f fighting mine it, as anybody else j but i 0 not date for President?" ho asked. Although worth hundreds of thousands the. Worth nt long range, as tho recent passago be- want anybody to detcrmino itcxgcpt "Mr. Blaine," camo from the report- of dollars, nnd with $2,000 pinned in or tween this paper and its big couisin, Uic people of my own community $3.00. yn ers. tho bedcloths beneath him, ho would Courier-J6urna- l, tho exemplifies. For aro ablo there to attend toourownrifrnirs VI don't believe you," replied tho Sold not spend a cent for medicine, and for instance, somo days sinco with naught and to decide what wo want. "Blalno will not bo nominated." ' for weeks ho had absolutely starved. but good will in our heart wo sent off Wo arc competent to say whether wo "Because of his health ?" Ho was eighty years old, and came 82.00. to this haughty city relation n whole will havo tho streets improved ; whether '"1Jo ia not the strongest man in the ago wit' n Stradi-variu- d JNO. D, BABBAGE, bundlo of ollvo branches, while at the wo will havo a city hall, or whether wo Republican party. Tho coming cam- hero sixty years bo had often refused violin that o moment it was engaged in will havo other things that a town might paign will bo an exciting one, and tho n fortuno for. This violin and his writERNEST C. BABBAGE, hauling us over tho coals in tho most need. What I object to is tho assumpManager Gents Fnrnlihlng't. if " tlicans will want their best card." ings of books speedily mado him faservigrous manner. Again, later in this tion on tho part of tho convention that it is 8trongoi' than Blaino ?" mous, and ho was author of a number game of cross purposes, our wrath Thero aro n half dozen men in tho of proso works and poems, nn elementalono is ablo to detcrmino tho axact enkindled and just as wo havo limits ; to lay down tho rulo and tho line Republican party who would mako a ary history of tho world and numerous painted our visago with reddest of war to which each town or city in tho State better raco than Blaino." -- &-T text books on free thought. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1891. "Is McKinloy ono of your six ?" paint and let loose tho dogs of war, lo may go. It may bo a wiso provision or Tho old man's violin, when found, "Ho is the very best man if ho wins up comes our adversary as smiling and not. It may seem wise to us now, and was in his right arm, clasped to "his gracious as summer. A plaguo on such will no doubt, becauso I feel assured tho tho coming Ohio election. THE SILVER QUESTION. If ho carries-th- breast, whllo his loft hand was buried a" misfit war, and Buckeyo State with agood majority beneath tho soiled bed linen and clutcha truce to it convention will do nothing that it does Tho Democrats of The East Must "Tho dispute, after all, is over a mat- not believe to bo right and proper; but a ho will bo nominated by acclamation. ed tho gold treasure, the hoarding of Unite With Democrats of The ter which isn't particularly our business, few years henco it may bo a very unwise Nothing can stop McKinloy from being which cost him his life. It is nSixlccnth Century Suit full size Bed with an elegant WashWest For Free Coinage. tho biggest man in tho Republican party and a querulous continuance of it will thing. Tho dead man has a brother, John W. er and Drcsger extra sizo bevel plato glass, and cheap Furniture a speciIf any eastern politician has a doubt as lead, as our friend Carlylo might say, " It is an iion clad rulo that cannot bo if bo is successful in the coming strug- Kottingcr, living hero, who is ono of alty. to tho hnportaiico of tho pending silver nowhither. Mr. Wattcrson is big departed from when nut into this Con- - gle." the" wealthiest ranch owners in tho question in the campaign now opening onough tostako care of himself and old! stitution. "Could ho bo elected ?" What I insist is, that the State. Ho savs that Herman many at tho west, to end only at tho White enougn to Know better. Tlio fact is wo General Assembly of tho people, which "Easily. With McKinloy as tho standard-byears ago was a professor in Heidelberg earer, House, ho can rend it in tho ndvico given hit him chiefly becauso ho stood so fair has control over the municipaltics, will I am not afraid of any of the University. Tho deceased has also six by "Wall street organs in New York to and because (for wo aro an Irishman bo amply ablo to say to what extent they socalled doubtful States. Iowa, Illinois, grown sons. Ono is a teacher of music tho Democratic State Convention in and not a Welshman) wo loved him. shall go, in tho first placo ; and next, the Kansas, Indiana and OTiers will givo In Berno, Switzerland, and another is a Ohio. It is n fact as true y merchant at Galena, 111. as in He is a lovablo man of genius, and municipal authorities, actiug undor tho McKinloy a largo majority." tho period between 1873 and 1879, that much can bo forgiven him upon proper powers given by tho General Assembly, "If Secretary Blaine recovers his health When tho nows of tho old man's tho daily press is entirely influenced if repentance and confession. Ho is alpo will themselves bo ablo to detcrmino will it bo poasiblo to stop tho Blaino death was mado known, two fiorco bullnot owned by Wall Btreet, and has never a sagacious observer of tho political what each community thinks best for wave now sweeping tho country?" dogs that ho kept in his yard had to bo Whatever you may need from a wheelbarrow to a thrashing machine. ceased to clamor for such legislation as trade-wind"I don't think ho Is very sick and I killed before tho Coroner could get into and may oven bo by possi- itself. I, therefore, am opppscd to tho Givo us a" call. will make gold tho solo coinage of the bility in tho sense that all things are section." can't seo tho big waves. I havo nothing tho house. Tho dead miser's rolatfvcs country, in practicd if not by legal proc- possible right in this quarrel. against Mr. Blaino, nor do I pretend to are now overrunning tho placo despite know what will happen in politics a tho efforts of the police, and with hamlamation. "At all events, in withdrawing from On this issue tho press of The Germ Destroyer New York, and, indeed, of all our east this barren logomachy, hero's hoping In tho field of discovery and invention, year or so lience, but I givo you my mer, ax and spado aro ransacking the ern cities finds itself arrayed against a tho result may provo him so, and that medicino has not kept paco with surgery, honest convictions. Tako them for what house high and low and also digging up Fanners' Supply House, Hardinshuiig, Ky. united west and south. Iowa has de- before the summer mellows into autumn That, perhaps, is natural ; scrvico surgery thoy arc worth." tho garden in search of buried treasure. flat manded tho frco coinage of silver. Ohio wo may meet somewhere in all amity-w- hy is tho mechanical branch of medicine. Although the old miser possessed In tho beginning consumption is curhas followed in her footsteps. Tho peonot at old Crab Orchard, whero in Tho general acceptance of tho germ the- able, which any physician will tell you. many houses and lots, thus far not a ! ple of tho west have como to understand all tho circuit of tho sun tho mint is ory of disease, however, opens a now Tho greatest remedy over known for deed to ono of them has been found, that thoy havo been paying taxes and greenest and hearts aro warmest? and field for medicine, and will tako it com- Coughs and Consumption is "C. C. C. nor anything excepting his violin, books debts by a money standard which has crush together such a 'cup of kindness' pletely away from tho medireval super- Certain Cough Cure." Sold by J. W. and the $2,000 in gold in his bed. beensteadily increasing in valuo until it as will wash from our memories all taste stitions that still cling to its skirts. And Owen. Twelve years ago Kottingcr drove his is fifty per cent, greater now than it was ef bitterness, and mako Lcftenant yet medicine is not without Furniture in wifo and children away becauso ho said its discoveroigTiteen years ago. Hence, they argue, Logan's capacious mouth, which is not ies. Exemption. thoy wero costing him too much to feed endless vane- It has long been known, and the "Exemptions from taxation aro fixed and clothe. it. has become as intolerable as if tho to bo in it,to water for a month I Stan- fact is now recognized wherever tho test ty. so they aro not subject to change," says am now pound weight, the yardstick and bushel ford Journal. has been made, that Swift's Specifiers. measure had each been increased until d reason S. S.) will destroy tho germs of malarial Judgo Beckner in his system as you would a back at my old Don't storm tho Dr. Acker's English Pills. it was half as largo again. Tho remedy disease, tho microbes of skin disease, for tho adoption pf tho proposed Consti- fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, stand and reproposed is that silver shall be put back Aro active, effective and pure. For sick and tho bacilli of contagious and other tution. And ho continues, "thn vnrv gently persuado it to surrender with by tho sido of gold as a money metal, headache, disordered stomach, loss of forms of blood poisoning, ejects them poor aro relioved from tho burden of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. Theso lit- spectfully solicit equal in all minted rights with gold. appetite, bad complexion and bilious-nes- s, from the blood, and purifies and builds taxation by exempting an amount and tlo pills aro wonderful convincers. Sold the patronage of .' Wall street cries out that this idea means they havo never been equaled, up tho system. No medical discovery of not specific articles." by G. W. Short. far the public. "Tho very poor" as Judge Beckner ruin to its interests, and the farmer re- either in America or abroad. For Sale our day has achioved such remarkable knew perfectly well aro not assessed and plies that tho sooner tho golden calf of byG. W. Short, Cloverpoft, Ky., and success. GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION do not. therefore, sutler tho burden of that speculative thoroughfare is over Wilt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. v taxation. thrown the better it will bo for tho inThat which tho proposed Building Associations. Physicians May Advertise. dustry, muscle and common welfare of Constitution will do however, is to sub- To the Seashore, via L St. & T. and. Building associations in their benefiject to tho Assessor over $90000000 of farm the country. Congressman Warner, of' C. & 0, Routes. Wo believe tho time is fast coming cial workings and in tho confidence of Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. implements and stock which aro exempt uino, does not hesitate to say that there when all progressive physicians will feel is a better understanding of tho money at liberty to advortiso as freely as men itho peoplo, especially people of moder- under tho present Constitution. And it White Sulphur Springs, Richmond, question in the west than among tho engaged in other business, and there is ate means aro exceedingly valuable or- will do it becauso it is "fixed" in tho Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited ganizations. And tho valuo is not conbankers of the east, and that they will no reason why they Bhould not do so, Constitution itself ; while tho banks en route. A special train composed of to the individual who by means of bo deceived who think tho silver ibsuo except tho restrictions laid down inan fined which now pay 75 cents will pay 42J as elegant coaches and Pullman sleeping cars, will leave Louisville at 1:30 p. m. can bo kept out of tho campaign of 1892. ancient code that not ono doctor in ton tho association acquires for himself a individuals do ; and tho assessment of from Seventh street depot, Wednesday, home; the more homes tho greater tho In both these propositions tho Telegram has over read, but which the average railroads and August 12, '91, reaching Old Point Cominterest will be in tho preservation of taxes against tho manner in which tho fort next evening at 0:30. agrees with tho ablo western statesman, physician Btands in mortal terror. them aro to bo collected is good order in society and that means tho Round triii rates to Old Point only to bo committed to tho Legislature to be and it warns its contemporaries and tho Covert Medical News. preservation of tho State. from Cloverport. Passengers will leaders in tho Empire state that if tho changed as tho Legislature may seo fit. $15.00 Cloverport on regular leavo i trains at 10:03 Tho proposed Constitution, if adopted, People with impure blood may bo said party desires victory in tho presidential "It allows tho Legislature to authorize Tlio train will bo run under tho auwill by taxing, tho mortgages held by wm'm contest tho free coinage of silver must be to exist, not live. Lifo is robbed of half nine persons to find a verdict in civil spices of tho Chcsapeako & Ohio R'y tho associations put it out of their power JFORCHIUSflf FEVER, BIUOUSNESS, inscribed on tho party banners. Albany its joys when tho blood is loaded with cases," is Judgo Beckncr's 72d reason Company, in chargo of Mr. W. A Wil-guto loan money to tho members at low ,t i Traveling Passenger Agent, formerly impurities and disease. Telegram. for tho adoption of tho proposed ConstiCorrect this PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL of Hopkinsville, Ky. Reduced rates at condition with De Witt's Sarsaparilla, it rates of interest ; while tho burden im- tution. tho Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, MALARIAL DI50RDERS. posed on theaborrower by tho high rati! is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. The First Step. ENTS True. It authorizes nine men to say can bo secured upon presentation of C. & of interest will bo increased by tho imFOR SALE BY AIL DRUCGISTS. Perhaps you aro run down, can't eat, that the defendant is indebted to tho O. special seashore excursion ticket. position of taxation upon tho property Q. PREPAREDBY ST.L0OI5 MO. 5 Special attention will be paid to ladies plaintiff in the sum of ono dollar or any can't sleep, can't think, can't do anyThe One Hundred. ho has bought by means of the loan from Without escorts. thing to your satisfaction, and you wonamount they may fix of It was to bo hoped for tho wclfaro of the association. That building associa- tho amount sued for. withinit tho limit alSleeping car accomodations will be der what ails you. You should heed tho But does not tho State that tho one hundred members tions can not be successfully operated low provided, but in order to havo choice of warning, you aro taking tho first step intho nine intelligent jurors to say berths, application should bo mado to W. on svEiir who composed thoConstitutional Con- under the proposed Constitution is evito Nervous Prostration. that a man is not guilty of a crime. A. Wilgtis, 253 Fourth Avenuo, LouisYou need a vention wero mciyf ability, integrity dent tho people will bo tho losors, and i THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Why not ? If a jury is capablo of judg- ville. Ky., at onco. Slcoping car rates Nerve Tonic and in Electric Hitters you and enlightened liberality. Not to say the banks tho gainers. Covington Comwill bo $4.00 for berth, Louisville to Old BE UP will find tho exact remedy for restoring ing in ono case why not in another ? IXTOt TO Point,to bo occupied by one or two per-every Kontuckian should bo a gen- monwealth. your nervous system to its normal, that But why doesn't Judgo Beckner tell sons; Louisville to Clifton Forge $1.50 to' TO should havo been among tleman, these I tho rest ? Why not say that if nine per- bo occupied by ono or two persons. healthy condition. Surprising results THE MARK tho first. A Little Oirl's Experince In a sons agree upon a verdict tho proposed follow tho uso of this great Nerve Tonic Special sido trip excursions can be BEARS THIS MARK. They were in session seven months, Constitution requires that tho verdict made from Old Point at low rates. and Alterative. Your appetito returns, Lighthouse. at a cost to tho peoplo of near SHOO.OOO. Tlio routo is through tho canons of good digestion is restored, and tho Liver Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott arc keep- must bo signed by each ono of them, inand Kidneys resume healthy action. Try Their debates aro published in four largo ers of tho Gov. Lighthouso at Sand stead of by tho foreman as tho law now Jfew River, along picturesquo Greenbrier river, passing White Sulphur Springs, ttsasflSsslElKbsi a bottle. Prico COc. at G. W. Short, volumns. Wo could forgive tho length Beach, Mich., and aro blessed with a is? crossing tho Alleghenies and Bluo Ridgo of time and tho cost if thoy, as a body, And does not Judge Beckner with his Mountains and beautiful Sbcnadoab and Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, daughter fouryears old. Last April sho was evidenced any of tho qualities that we Ky. taken down with Measles, followed with legal experienco know that tho secrecy Piedmont valloys. had hoped that they and tho result of Stop-ove- r privileges will bo granted on Ka dreadful Cough and turning into a Fov-e- r. attendant upon tho deliberations of a "" tho return trip, enabling oxcursionists to their labors would possess. But never A Comparison of Tariffs. colobraC a Doctors at homo and Dfljjf, treated jury, is not only a safeguard but an in- visit Richmond, White Sulphur Springs, Tho average freight tariff per ton per in tho history of any State has such a her, but in vain, sho grew worso rapidly, centive to agreement, which will bo re- and other celebrated resorts. mile on eighteen leading trunk railroads mass of legal inconsistences, palpablo until sho was a mere "handful of bones." moved under tho proposed Constitution? T7-- """Sola kid She ,M m Tho choico of routes between RichNEEDS NO LAUHDERIHolcAH BE WIPED tsaVJflT'. . "on or ' in 1870 was 2.003 cents. In 1891 tho contradictions, deformed logic and worso m Then sho tried Dr. King's Now Dis- Doesn't ho know thero will bo more mond and Clifton Forgo will bo given. "" guous, reduoof m Excursionists may return either via averago tariff of tho samo roads is not rcthoric been attempted to bo imposed covery and after tho uso of two and a disagreements than thero aro y "'"OK Of IttdlejJ K V 3t6 ONLY LINfcJ-LlNE- D on tho peoplo in tho namo of a ConstituCharlottesvillo and Staunton, or via 1 cent per ton per milo ($0,028). 8!42JiL.tll0ra out. quite m half bottles, was completely cured. from tho very fact that beforo a verdict Lynchburg and Natural Bridgo along tho tion. M In tho samo period thero has been a COLL Thoy say Dr. King's Now Discovery is can bo rondorcd tho nino must go and James River, It is illiberal; it is very marked increase in tho Government worth its weight in gold, yet you may remain on record for all timo ? bo good returning until Tickots will tariff. Both facts aro worth remember- it is marked by no ability, narrow in got atrial bottlo free atG. W. Short's "It forbids division of tho School September 3d, 1891. Handsome book thought and dangerous in setting ono Drugstore. ing in any connection, especially in conFund with sectarian schools," is his 51st descriptivo of scenery along tho lino will bo mailed to any person upon application nection with each other, for as tho re- class of peoplo against tho other. reason. to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, While professing lovo for tho poor V duction of tho railroad tariff has made So does tho present Constitution in Louisville, Ky., or to Agent L. &, N. R. R. LATIlLEXANDKK'S iiotki., A Natural Suspicion. -1 people, it taxes his every earthly possestrade easier, tho increaso in tho Federal express and emphatic terms ; and Judgo W. Fulleh,G. P. A., C. &. R. R II. A largo advertisement once, and thon THOROUGHLY KHOVATED AND tariff has made it hardor. Pailroad sion, not content with that, it taxes somo discontinued, creates tlio impression that Beckncr's 51st reason is as potent in S. A. Wikei,, P. P. A., L. St. L. & T. R'y. Rajs $2.50 Per Day. tariffs aro not half as high as twenty double, like tho poor man's building as- tho man has fizzled. favor of tho proposed Constitution. flint h f. years ago, while tho Federal tarifl' is sociation, and herein is tho lack of inCor. Jefferson, Center an Green Streets, opposite Court-IIo- S Covington Commonwealth. V. I.. Douglas Slioes. mi agents far your pliico tegrity. Tho hand of tho attornoy for f not for snle lu over a third higher. St. Louis Itopublic. nU your ,LOIISVILLE, KY. enler to send for catalogue, secure Hie "C. C. O. Certain Chill Cure" is pleas-an- t Gwine to Git Dar. tho railways is to bo seen in their ox- nat'iicy, ami act tliem for you. W. It. LOGAN, Managl to tako and harmless. Children liko WTAKK NO HUUSTITUTE.J emption and tho leaving of their taxation Undo Stephen, an old negro, bad como That Terrible Cough A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan,. L. Mat shall, Clerks. and assessment to tho Legislature in- it. Guaranteed to euro Chills and Fever. to cut tho grass in tho front yard, says In tho morning, hurried or difficult . tho Brandon Bucksaw, aiid as Colonel Sold by J. W. Owen. breathing,-raisinphlegm, tightness in stead of to tho organic law, liko all other 1 O. II, ruMi'iniKv, Urctlkonriilg IsHI tlipl j Wm. Casleh. property. Let every man read from secstarted out to his offico ho stopWinter tho chest, quickned pulse, dullness in sHHHHHa if. i ped to greet tho old man. tho evening or sweats nt night, all or any tion 174 to 189 and thon ask why section Let Us Hear from You. "Well, Stephen," said tho Colonel, of these things aro tho first stages of con- 189 was inserted. It is plain, it cannot If you havo a bit of news, don't bo BSSBBsf sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough bo denied, tho servant obeyed his afraid to send it to this newspaper. If "I hear that you intend to give your son Kentucky-Journa- l. an education." Itemedy "Will euro theso fearful symptoms master. BUTTER AN) EGGS A SPECIALTY. lssasaK4 ? frionds from a distance nro in town, let "Dat's what I docs, sah. I knows what and is sold under a positivo guarantee us know it. If you aro about to mako 230 Second Street between Main and Market. 'tis tor strugglo along widout book lam-in- ', The Beauty Standard. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and improvements of any kind, let us hear LOUISVILLE, Kl Telophono 449, Ring 4. an I is 'termined dat my son shant Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho standard of femalo loveliness WHY IS THE about it. If a formor residont writes to greatly in different countries and you any nows about himself, not of a trabblo bar foot obcr tho samo hard road Above Suspicion. with individual tastes. Somo prefer tho privato naturo, it will also interest many dat I did." THE LOUJSVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR l)NE, 'A noblo resolution, Stephen. I wish Senator Carlislo declares tho chargo plump and buxom typo ; somo ndiniro others if mado known through theso colCENTLEMEN IN THE WORLD FOR THE (L. E. & ST. I. n. U.) that tho Kentucky State Lottery pur- tho slender and sylph-likand somo tho umns. If you havo n suggestion to all fathers felt so. Is your boy learning THf IEST SHOE. with no tacks or wax MONEY? rapidly ?" to hurt "" feati mado of the lxnt flno cair, thread the ttjlliU chased for Ill's wifo tho Iiouso in which tall and queenly maidon. But among mako, or seo a public ovil, or an w make more ehctt SHORTEST, QUICKESl ' "Ez fast ez er boss can trot, sah. Why and eaijr, and becausemanufacturer. It equals othlt oraittthan any other band. thoy reside at Covington to bo a slander. all peoplo of tho Caucasian raco, ono opportunity to benefit tho peoplo or awed shoe sorting from $tM) to 83.00. AND DEST LINE TO i IlauiUsewed. theflntttcalt It did not rcquiro his declaration to sat point of beauty is always admired a town, we will givo you spaco to mako last wcok ho wrolo a letter to his aunt tXK OUflenuInooffered for S.OUi equals French i dat libs mo' dan twenty milo from ycro ; Imported 'hoe erer cost from 3 W to Hi 00. shoes which Ii. isfy tho peoplo of its character. Fortu- - puro, clear and spotless complexion it known. V d Hline, fc. ; tA stylish, comfortable Weltdurable. fine calf, an' after awjiilo ho gwino tor writo his P" oa. AND ALL POINTS and The .r mnwar jjjlieiy, ii&m onu oi wiu low men in puu- - whether tho femalo bo of tho blonde, "W-mBut don't send any itom to which you shoo erer offernd at this price i same grade u best libs fifty milo away. shoes costing from .0U to W0. South-We&- t. typo, This first would bo ashamed to sign your namo. udder aunt dat lic HfcrVho aro abovo tho necessity of brunotte, or hazol-oye- d Men ?i?ll.? S1,0.' '"ner. llallroad calf, "Why doesn't ho write to hor now ?" undLetterCarrlersallweartbemi line denylhgVor otherwiso noticing such great requisite of loveliness can bo as- Don't try to mix us up in any of your Inside, heary three soles, exten' "Oh, ho kain't writo so fur yit. Ho kon seamless, smoothpair slonedge. One wear a year. 't. Louis Republic. sured only by a puro state of the blood, quarrels. charges. Time-car- d in Effect Dee, 16, 1833, Don't send us family affairs no first-ratshoo erer offered at but I tolo 2 OO flue cnlfione betterwill convince those thi price i trial Jh. wit- - : active liver, good appetite and digestion, or troubles which should not concern writo twenty milo whowant a shoe for comfort and serrlce. Lr. Louisville 8;4& a.ra...9:00 p.ia...4:10'p.m. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. .' him not to try tor writo fifty mijo till ho CO US ana 8'J.OO Worklngiunn's shoes Arr St. LouU 7:45 ...7:25 " all of which aro secured by tho uso of outsiders. And don't get angry when got aro very strong and durable. Those who 9:50 p.m. stronger wid his pen. But lie's gwino bare glren them atrial will wear no other make; Knowing that a cough can bo checkod Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovory. wo Evansvllle 2:25 " condenso your items, or lcavo some CHILL GUI to git dar, I tell you. Won't bo moro'n For further Information, call on or addfou, in a day, and tho first stages of consump- It is guaranteed to accomplish all that is of them out entirely. CJIEAl'EST MEDICIN, If wo wero to or year fo' dat boy kon sot down nt ono JOS, S 00I0RNE, CONSIDERINO OUALITV kUl tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaran claimed for It, or monoy refunded. If nnlilfflli nvnrvililnrv wlilMi rnnMma ita eondob do gumbronmont an writo cr Oen'l Pa. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. XT WEI.Ii ,A.TJ 5KteBaAasisS tee vr. Ackers Jingiisn Cough llemoi ly, you would havo n clear, lovely complex- - wo would lm port ed shoes costing from I to sAoi appear in court as defendants I BILIOUSNESS,, B. L. BRYAMT, lmdles .a,30. 8v.00 mid 81.75 shoe for "" and will rofund tho monoy to all letter c'lar to do udder oond," - Mion frco from eruptions, moth patches, aro " best ilnebongoia. Stylish and AND CHRONIJ Trav. Paug'r Ag't, LodUtIIIo, Ky. in a uuei mm, so you must let us uso Caul lou. -- See that w" I Douglas' durable. and r -u Tit iv mr i buy, tako it as per directions, nndjJfa nota and blemishes,, uso tlio 1 Tti.uk.. v IaA.I DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such priMetamrontheliottoViofeacnshoeV "Golden our discretion as to what is available five. K..H W. U DOUQLAB, Brockton, Mom. AW Pi,-- r W not find our statement coi I kfiy.i.Bitil. fdical Discovery." poisons as BCrofula, skin disease, eczema, time "0. O. 0. Certain and what is not. If takon in war V riirllirr Sborf Mly Salo by G.--W, Wi rhoumatismi Its timely uso rivcs many WI Cough Curo" nover fails to euro Cough errtneky. NEXT, BOWMER & HAMBLETON. ; & Meador, nil Witt job work done at jhofflrn . mm Qnvc-you-r Bqy tho Monarch Shirt. jiy O. W. Short. uKnsrvwvT Clove and Colds. SoW hy JW. Owen. lives. fsoai CLOVERPORT' KY. ikkm iP"lKP,B" - i Sfcfc r jkm rD'Aw'pr 'ffiiKfc 3 . r, mm&xm nJtmT ' A igULHJiiL! SSJEBIUJIEIT, ii wimr'tm'uWief!mi "f ' - ' . Ef4ME. m o" l T'..si. nrpiwiiL 3?? mSST, . a.l -..- imnami - sf ""J r As ?J 1 Col-ono- l., "ii our new styles of Is what everybody says when they n U solf-sam- Ki Breckenridge News. Full size Beds for $1.25 up. , Carts $8.50 up. to-da- i j Top Buggtes $40.00 s, HENSLEY & JOLLY, . HEUE WE ARE AGAIN I fofty-secon- '1 ':":' f FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER. TAYLORS S ureC URE 50c RICHflRDSQW-TAYLORMED.C- s. WATERPROOF COLLAR CUFF I mfrt to PlsooloirS TRAD gtlPlJltg B' Har-dinsbur- g, - fT. sS,,i ?' THE arn THE MARlgW II.LAm lm PUMPHREY, ft i K V: g K va-ri- W. L. DOUGLAS fldik 53 SHOE 'Innd-Hewe- CASLER PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT! mmi We e, tJ J! S3 St. Louis, EvansvUle mm West and sXSMVJW THE ar. j.uvjKLrjrji'u& ygS Aww?kmc c. rfaar? BEST '"Ii j i im e, UIVEI TsflB MEDIC w Ladies 3 T aa kor bauh L Nk.. "BM,r l mm JkLWiOii . , "r mT s tWk t i nlf - Jr. t T 11-T- .:.i,' r'l 11-1..- ,