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CLOYERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1891. We lime paper. ?overyoq(i.Ijfourbmine Keep """'""J a'KBg l im through the advertising columns of thla ,. iw...ni. j, f. VOL. XYI. NO. 2. .''jffiuit 1 .a . kind ngniiiBt womanhood Is, tlintit can not hold its tongue, must linvo tlio Inst Of unavoidable delays wo nro a lit- word in a controversy, as note tlio i -tle behind in gotting ready for famous scissors dispute between n man L.tJ-if" and bis wife, wbero ho irritated licr tho Now Crop of Wheat, but ,klr, beyond induraiico, throw her into tho .V to bo bei we don't intend well and she, too nearly drowned to speak liold one hand above tho water hind in tho and worked tho fingers to imitnto a At prices that can't bo beat. pair of scissors and so maintained her oTwork we do, Duality opinion not only with her last breath, , Wo keep constantly on hand a nico line of Intho town but after it was gone. square of the pleasant littlo city of Yield of Flour we make, Nassau, stands a very largo tree, I of tho locust species. "When wo vvcro thero it was covered with long NOR THE pods filled with pceds, which being ripo and dry clattered against each otln-- r PROMPT in every breath of wind producing a constant murmur and whisper, rising pagne ? JT given our Oustomors. occasionally to a perfect babel of innrtic- Tkiiukm.. a Of course, wo inquired ulnto voices. At lowest prices, and aro also Agents for the Electric Bitters. thn nmrift nf ko sincular a tree, and I Tnis remedy is becoming so well known shall ncer forget tho demure sad's.ic tion with which tlio consul who accom and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric panied us replied, "Well tlicy call v Bitters sing the same song of praise. A a tonguo" because, "women to purer medicine docs not exist and it is is to give entire satisfaction in every tho merest breath is enough fo guaranteed to do all that is claimed. talking." jespect. And tlio North Western Fcrtlizors Co's., Sow of course this isliS?Jul'ce so Electiic Bitters will cure all discn&es of deeply impiameu hi ti..miuM ihkjx no mi ml- tlio Liver and Kidneys, will remove that it. is mii'UUioi ss.iof try to eraui- Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum nnd other , . . w.m preju affections caused by impure blood. Will cate it. hut begin grinding July 14, dice? irvprcBaion is, that the drive Malaria from tlio svsleni and pre We will ot,IL'r direc" vent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. and our Elevator will bo ready to sexessnaro ino ioioio nuout equally j, For cure of Headache, Constipation tfjnt..tli.ero aro as many male ns and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. receive wheat about jS omajoTehattorbi Every one knows Entiio satisfaction guaranteed or money Give us a call and you will never .regret, it. later. ' " ,t thatjh woman's tongue is far moro refunded. Price IJ0 cts. and $1.00 pc'r ' tJ0AtBRE1 nTfublethan a mnn's; that sho has a bottloatG. W. Short's. Clovcrnoit. Kv.. Respectfully, W. J. Dean, great deal more to say, and thinks of and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. city Mon fircply or a retort a great deal quicker ittian a man does; tiiat tier thoughts or Profitable Sheep-Raisinprinces toplll fancies formulate themselves moro readThe Oiicnsboro Farmers and Labor 'Mi ily, and she has a great many moro of ers' Journal says : "Mr. R. I). Bryant, sill"" ..rli-; . iu f I' them, and for all tlieso reasons it is all living near Cruscton, this county, raised but inevitable that sho should talk moro twenty-tw- o . Iambs this season from his than a man does, but that is not saying flock of twenty-tw- o Cotswold ewes. Ho that sho is unablo to remain silent if brought to tho city Friday, sixteen of she pleases to. Then again women in tlieso lambs which averaged 101 pounds, sociely have to talk moro than men do, and were sold at4 cents. Tho ewes Mr. Blaine's A Success. MILLERS, that is to say the averago woman has sheared 223 pounds of wool last spring Royal Germetuor is established ns a I have had personal experiences with to talk moro than tho average man or which brought 22 cents per pound. Thus the curious alarm which Mr. Blaine feels remarkable success. Thousands of testithose awful pauses ensue which nro so tho wool and lambs sold from this flock over the slightest physical disrangement. monials attest its virtue. Many of these fatal to a social occasion. brought tho sum of $112.1 1, nnd the own- On one occasion in Paris ho was talking aro given by men and women of tho Not only in society but, in tho family er has all the old sheep and six choice quietly in one of tho small salons of tjio highest standing in the most honored circle, when the head of tho houso ewe lambs left. Tho cost of keeping tlio Hotel Binda, when he suddenly coughed walks of life. comes homo tired rather cross and dis- slice)) lias been very small and the sales slightly. Instantly ho came to tho conIn the midst of a flourishing and rap posed to grumble at every thing, docs aro clear piofits. This is an excollent clusion that thero was a draught some- idly increasing business, the price is re? it cheer nnd him to find a showing for the amount of money in- where about, and ho hurried around and duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This silent wife and daughters each occu- vested" closed all tho windows, so that in five is done in tho interest of thoso whose pied with her own thoughts or her book, minutes the plnco was insufferably hot, circumstances in life doler them from and although ready to respond to his A Child Killed. as if it was early summer. Then the Sec- paying tho hlghor price. Tlio rich will remarks with perfect amiability originatAnother child killed by tho use of opi- retary decided to go to Brentano's book buy it at any price, but tho managers ing nothing and relapsing into silence ates given in the form of Soothing syrup. store, on the Avenue del'Opera, aud feel that a medicine which possesses tho moment his questions aro answered? Why mothers give their children such he started out abruptly. Of course thero such wonderful powers should bo placed I should like to sec that experiment deadly poison is surprising when thoy was a considerable difference between within the reach of tho poor. Many tried and recommend it to any woman can relievo tho child of its peculiar trou- tho temperature of the almost hermeit- - havo said that Gcrmctuerwas tlio cheap so hnppy as to possess a home, and bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. cally bealed room and the cooler air est medicine on tho market. When it is whose husband is under the impression It contains no opium ur morphine Sold without. The instant tho Secretary remembered that a bottlo of Germctuer that women aro too loquatious. Don't hyG. AV. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., nnd struck tho cooler air of tlio corridor ho makes a gallon of medicine ready for J. L. Miller' & Payne arc not in let him liave any chanco to call you Witt & Mc.idorL Hardinsburg, Ky. becamo alarmed again, and turning use, it is certainly cheaper than ordigram or sulky or. "in tlio dumps'." He around, hurried back'and pulled on an nary medicino in a bulk, and when the usinops together as a great many perfectly bright and smiling, prettily Another Nut for the Hon. Chas. Blan-for- d overcoat. Tho wholo performance ex- powers of the medicino arc taken into r coplo think. I am for myself and dressed and with a good dinner punctto Crack. hibited tlio most nervous apprehension account, tlio price amounts to almost The Maysvillo Bullentin says : "It about his health.. A short walk in tho nothing. vill say and come to me and I ually served, but don't talk any more than is absolutely necessary, don't took one hundred and sixty-thre- e Germctuer is tlio coining success that boxes blazing sun mado tho overcoat unendur,vill show you that I will sell you according to your usually wifely fashion, of tin to roof tho new amphitheater at able, aud Mr. Blaine pulled it off in tho lias already come. Ask your druggist bring out all tho littlo events of your the fair grounds. The increasQ in the street aud mopped his forehead vigorous- for it, and if he cannot supply you write day, dressed in n fancy garb both Glass &Tin or pathetic orupmarvelous hivo. ofIncomic cost of this tin by reason of tho passage ly as bo strode aldng. When ho got in to 13. M. Coleman, General Ropresena-tivCans, fact of the McKinloy bill was $2.09 a box, the storo he pulled off his oyercoat again Louisville Ky.. Send for book concut oil all superfluity of language arid making tlio roof cost the company about and after waiting a whilo ho hurried taining particulars and history of won let your yea, bo yea, your nay, nay in $4!Jo moro than it would havo cost them back to tho hotelf speaking repeatedly of derful cures. absoluto strictness. I don't believe ono had tho bill never been passed. Still, his "cold." Ho had no traco of a cold or woman in ten is able to do this a wholo tho Republicans say "the tariff is not a cough on tho following day. Every littlo GRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION evening; not, mind you, because she tax." detail of his personal sensations aro with 40 pieces of ware for $7.00. but becauso sho wouldn't her couldn't magnified in the Secretary's mind. Mrs. To the Seashore, via L St. & T. and kind heart would hot let her; she would A man of understanding will accent Blaine is an assiduous nurse, and her watch out of tho corner of her oyo Uiq the proposition to get a bottle of "C. C. C. & 0, Routes. alarm over her husband's condition is growing despondency. Tho gloom and O. Certain Chill euro" on a guarantee nlmofct as great as his own. Any extenddullness over spreading the faco of tho to euro Chills and Fever. Pleasant to White Sulphur Springs, Richmond. ed comment about his health would unman sho loved, nnd all nt once she take. Sold by J. W. Owen. Old Comfort anil Norfolk visited questionably throw him into an illness. en Point A special train comjiosed of route would throw off lior reticence, lnugh Try tho doctois, try all remedies for Brooklyn Eagle. elegant coaches and Pullman sleeping like a brook just breaking through tho coughs and if you aro not satisfied, wo cars, will leave Louisville at 1:30 p. in. ice, and bewilder him with such a sparkA Duty to Yourself. will guarantco "C C. C. Certain Cough from Seventh street depot, Wednesday, of chatter as ling Home-mad- e It is surprising that pcoplo will itjo a August 12, '01, reaching Old Point Com-loTin Buckets at biook freshet exhibit for tlio that same Cure" to do you good Sold by J. W. next evening at may delight of Owen. common ordinary pill when thoy can "" 15 cents. Round trip rales to Old Point only tlio stately trees whoso roots sho resecure a valuablo English ono for tlio $1.5.00 from Clovcrport. Passengers will A Seirous Objection. freshes and roinvigorates. And Hint same money. Dr. Acker's English pills leavo Clovcrport on regular trains at 10.03 man and many, many moro of his kind, A German peasant family had niadu aro a positivo euro for and The train will bo run auOARTRIDGES, know nt his heart, whniaer his tonguo all their arrangements to emigrate to the all liver troubles. Thoy aro small, sweet, spices of tho Chesapcakounder tho R'y .GUNS, NAIIA & Ohio 'Wil-gumay Bay, that woman's facility of speech United States. Tho day boforo tho fami- easily SEWING MACHINES, taken, and do not gripe. Sold by Company, in chargo of Mr. W. A Traveling Passcngor Agent, formerly and willingness to use it rightly, is tho ly was to take its doparturo tho eldest BUILDING HARDWARE, G. "W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt of Hopkinsvillo, Ky. Reduced rates at true sunshine of his home. And in son, HaiiSf who was an enormous cater, & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. tho Ilygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, ROAD CARTS. other relations of UUGGIES, life. A man lias a intimated that ho did not caro to go can bo secured upon presentation of C. & whom, ho loyes to seek West. woman friend O. special seashore excursion tickot. Stook Barn Burned. o when ho feels tlio need of a fresh Siiccial attention will be paid to ladies "Has somo yilla o maiden beguiled Tho Hartford Herald says : Tho large without escorts. STOVE 7 BOX COOKING to his mental life and now hope- theo to remain behind ?" Asked tlio stock barn of J. T. Smith, Sr., of Fords-vlllSleeping car accomodations will bo fulness and cheer in his work whatever father. Tho provided, but in order to havo cholco of was burned last Wednesday. oven for 811.00. with h vmi.;,ii nt M. that may be. It is sho who docs tho berths, application should be mado to W. 00 loads stable hay I can and will soil goods cheaper most of tho talking; sometimes ho only "Why, then, dost thou not'wlsh to go several contained horses andof mules. and A. Wihrus, 233 Fourth Avenue, LouisA valuable sits nnd gazes at her in that helpless with us ?" ville, Ky., at onco. Sleeping car rates mn any houso in Town. lino Bpan of mules, tho entire, lot of liny, will bo $1.00 for berth, Louisvillo to Old sort of fashion peculiar lo tired men "I've been talking with the school togethor with Jot of harness, buggies, Point to bo, occupied by 0110 or two pera a sort of muto appeal for aid from a master, and wagons, and plows, wero burned. Tho sons; Louihvllle to Clifton Forgo $1.50 to discomfort topjTnguo ta put in words. "Well, what did ho say?" bo occupied by ono or two persons. building was Havcn'flpill somo such friends? "Ho says that when it is twelVq o'elpck but tho loss partly covered by insuranco Special side trip excursions can bo is about $2,000. Tho firo mado from Old Point allow rates. HonfPvrecall interviews when wo with 113 horo in Germany that T wits tlio result of spontaneous combustion Tho routo is through tho canons of liavrKrtcd ourselves to talk as gayly "That what ?" Tjky" New River, along picturesque Greenbrier and ns hopefully ns wo could, perhaps "When it is twelve o'clock burp with river, passing whito Sulphur Springs, A Dangerous Period. openly upon tho subject of our friend's us, that in America it is nine o'clock in crossing tho Alleghentcsaud Blue Ridge CLOVERPORT.KY own affairs, perhaps only in a vaguo tlio evening." As the season moves swiftly toward Mountains and beautiful Shcnndoah and tlio boundary lines that Ho between Piedmont valleys. and general way suggesting hopes and "Well ?" Stop-ove- r privileges will bo granted on possibilities and recalling by gono suc"I don't want go to a placo w'horo I winter and spring, it frequently happens cesses and eulogies watching all the havo to wait that long for my dinner," that the human system, which has tlio return trip, enabling excursionists to visit Richmond, Whilo .Sulphur Springs, time for tho moment when tho unsus- and the jwor follow completely broko homo tho strain of wintor, shows signs and other celebrated resorts. pecting victim of our arts begins to down at tho moro thought of it, Texas of relaxation. In all ages this poriod Tho cholco of routes between Richbrighten and straighten up, and plume Slftings. has been noted as a dangorlous one, mond and Clifton Forgo will bo given. , may return either via himself and resumo his, faith in himself especially to thoso who havo weak con- Excursionists and Staunton, We Can And Do and his destiny, until, when ho begins stitutions. A course of tho great blood Charlottesvlllo Natural Bridgo or via Lynchburg and along tho anil all 1'ovic diseases Ottred by a now to patronize and instruct us, wo feel Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for purifier and tonic, S. S. S., will enable James River, nnd Rlinodt painless process. Consula- r that tho cure is accomplished for that it lias been fully demonstrated to tho tho most delicate to faco the season's printed Hon free. Call on aro writo-foTickets will bo good returning until Das. II. W. hkndiiicks and time, aud meekly accept tho commendapeoplo of this country that it is superior changes with impunity. It is a niedl-cin- o Sontembcr .Id. 1601. Handsome, book uintter. C. I J. TllFFOKD. tion ho. is apt to bestow, upon our light to all other preparations for blood disthat not Only strengthens the descriptive of scenory along tho lino will No. 618 third Street, Ixulsville, K heartcdness and easy flow of languogo. do mailed is a rioaitlvo euro for syphilitic wpak and tho dolecate' but it js an ad- to W. A to any person uikjii application eases. It WUgus, 253 'Fourth Avenue, And oven between lovers yes, 'in that poisoping, Ulcers, Eruptions auj Pim- ditional safeguard for thoso who consid ixmisvu li K v Ac tn AiMitt I. .( M IF If j th w v &. vrwrltri "ou never kied DoWitt's Littlo Esrjy tendercst and least intellectual of reples. It purifies tlio whole system and er themselves strong. vLW. "JIjIL1 U trs for constiplIon, billiousncw, sick lation betweon men and women thn thoroughly builds up tho constitution. " s & a. wi zx .' S. tfache-oryowould not have these nimble tongue And lively thought of For Salfl by G.W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., Notice tho" . ! w v a W IbyG. WIBUoi -- mJ1ftr7 v I tjjf iluliet hrof Infiulte risjice to Romeo. ana wiM..iiuior, nmuiWtt"Tr,-Jrv- r 4MK i ly. ; 9S'fi iiUX H ' IT U-fa 3fc2 N COUNT Can Women Keep Still. A fow of Mrs. Frank Loslio's'ideas on tlio Biibjcct, "Can women keep still". Ono of tlio most frequent jibes of man- bc-lic- Tho fact of being in love Tlnd engaged to bo married does not materially cltnngo tho mental altitude of tho boxes ; the man still needs to bo entertained, enlivened, taken out of his rommon place rontino ; ho needs sympathy, encouragement, advice, and expostulation, nnd hoy is lie to receive them except from tho lips of his betrothed ? In fact if tho girl is as silent as the jibes of men tcinnt her to become, she mils o( linff tho influence sho ought to liavo oivcrj lier lover and worst of all they both in spito of thoirlovo making,, nill find a good many half hours hang heavily on hand, and ho Mill remember tho cigar in his packet and she wiUttitlca little yawn nnlr"vonder iilmt o'clock it is.. So down nith the malwoiis and mistaken ltoresy that women's tongues nro beyond their oiui control or that they' run to fast, We could bo venf silent if no cIioh1, bnt lie talk outif pure" charity lo mankind, and women's ton.-i jr' . . gucs nro to men s reason wnat cliam-pagn- o is to mult. Don't you like cham- just received a beautiful line of HATS. SHOES, ?; Come ! CpmSCS great Feast of ; T f. 4 and sLAUGHTERED OF P" 1 CLOTHING. GROCERIES. OUE AIM ...,.. JF J" j Celebrated McSherry Wheat Drill days only. ' Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to 15. Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 cts. 1 yards wide formeily sold for 25 cts. Fine Persian' Lawns and !Mulls 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. Bleached Cotton best brand Hone 8 cts. worth 10. Lotlics' Black Corsets for 75 cts. woth $1.25. Bc..t Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. wortli 12. ,. Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth from 15 to 75 cts. Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days onlv. Don't fail to attend and get a bargain.in something you need before "this auction closes. Wc mean business and will do what we sav. They will sell vou Ginghams for S and 9 cts., worth 10 and 12. Calicoes, best Chnmbray styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth G to 7. Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cTs. worth only 23 for the next tea FOR THR NRXTTRN DA7 WITT & MFTAnOB s.t t-- a Respectfully. Main Street, WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSBUPvG, KY. y fJ&gXT" "HORSE SHOE" Brand of Fertlizer. - - twojjd, fr"t SI m V 0sim g. MOORMAN & BEELER, QLENDEANE, KY. Self-Tortu- e. 33 :UM$$r imim BROS.. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at Irvingon, Ky. j .fluaLAJHLAvn e IT'S NOT at prices to suit the times. Below wc quote prices of Harness mado from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, 87.50, $9.00 and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 1.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Ootswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hamcs and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds pf repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stook. carrya largo assortment of Harness of our own manufacture W A Tb&WW.WVMKRfl nn nft jli ri a Pi f9 !)(SS ij t- -. & t SO! ID- - H--lIB- I. BTOIT. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. K t BANK OF 3STO. HAEDIHSBTJEG TIME SCHEDULE Talcing crrcct M. 18. At SiOro'clck A. Capital Stock $25,000. Wtif Bound Traim 11. Wednezday July 29. '91 Ealt Bound Traint Mall & "i v e, l" - F. BCAKD, President. 63 WILL MILLEK, M. H. BEAUD, Cashier. Q. W. BEAUD 1 MORRIS ESKIUDCIE J U. M. JOLLY. - Expr'a Kxpr'a Dally Directors. 825pm IH0 7 20 7 21 7 47 Mail W STATIONS STEP STOVE, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 767 8 01 8 0S 8 17 8 2ti 811) 41 Hay Rakes, Unlly Sttiain Iv.Un'n Dp't..nr 10ft 8 20 Kentucky bt. 12 60 91)0 West Point 1210pm 0 03 12 07pm Howard U18 Hock Haven lloAim SOI Long llranch 11 4J 9 35 llrandcnbure 1133 U 38 Mca.le Springs 1128 'J 41 10 Kxpr's Kxpr'. Dally Dally U if r r . Mpm 860 810 8b7 764 - 962 01 Sorgo Mills, Evaporators. &cM' :'Sc0"XME5Kr '8 a 862 12 1010 1018 10 20 10 31 10 41 Gtuton Irvincton Lodlburg Stephtnspnrt Holt Clovcrport Skillman 1'alcon Shop AiUlison Si., ..pic Wilstt-- r Kkron 1123 1114 10 10 7 47 7 37 7 32 7 20 i I " 11(6 66 48 1037 717 067 G48 0 3a 6 31 8 69 9 00 l'krce 1033 10 20 10 22 10 19 10 05 10 01 020 011 667 if" M - rt ' , iTEHTi A pamphlet of Information and ab- xstracior ma iairs,inoning now toA UDtaiu l'aienu, careaii. Traded . v&iarit, vopTrmnu, sent OU.j ,Xito MUNN v , 9 31 93.8 Q60 10 (II 10 010 10 45 10 48 Cla Gil 1010 1010 20 10 27 1041 1102 1107 1118 1127 1134 1141 IjwcsIIc Pctrie m 9 47 9.18 9 29 9 2! 9 20 562 610 512 5 00 4 49 4 37 4 28 4 1', 4 00 3 48 ' 6 41 6 31 6 22 1145 1152-- sick-headac- s. .301 Urondtray, New York. 1053 1103 11 11 1210pm 1223 1232 12 1 4 1 Cajce Lcwltport I'ates Owensboro Stanley Wortlilnirton Spottaville llaakctt MattliiL'ly l'owcri 913 65 8 42 8 20 833 8 19 1129 33 115.5 12 05pm 1262 02 810 8 00 1220im 118 120 1 40pm 742 7 31 c, " AnsKVJRT W.MRVW frs u rmvrs flvjr .rr THE JEf smr m ia. im. iik. ar.llcmlcrt'n lv 720am 341 3 33 3 20pm LouisvIMe.Hardnsburg&Western R. R 20-inc- - No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 6.00 o'clook a. September 28, 1890. Sunday Wot Hound Tralm "Dilly I gatt i on't forget the place ex Sun. ex Sun. 715 765 852 010 9 47 Dally BEST No. 5 No. 1 0 30tin 11 15am 1142 7 37 7 45 8 28 STATIONS, Pound Tralm Dally Dally ex Sun. ex San No. 2 No. 6 "v CHEAPEST CONSIDERING w xim. sW-- MEDICINE MEDICINE COmSTir-ATIOH- MVER CHILL CURE. JtNOWS QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSC JO 15 IT wir.1. ALSO CUHJD DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, . AMD CIIBONIO 10 29 1041 1101 l.v IrviiiRtnn Ar 9 45.nn 6 45p 4 60 r.arlitld 912 11 68.UU Harned 862 4 20 1205pm 844 Junction 410 1213 837 400 ll.ircllnlurc 12 23 8 28 Junction 3 43 12 30 Kirk 3 21 815 12 47 Jolly 8 0J 3 00 Gleudeane 105 7 44 220 120 7 29 llockvaln 140 Hutli 129 7 20 129 135 Aiklna 1243 712 143 Ouka 057 1224 Il20pm 2 00pm Arl'oriltvillc Lv 0 46amr2OQm TJTXJKS, STEICTTJEB, C. C. MARTIN, oRUGoisT PILBS Clovcrport, NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICC. GREGORY & CO., ueauqunriers i Ky Peoplo with impure blood may bo said trainer. to exist, not live. Life is robbed of half 3oH nkvitt, J its joya when the blood is loaded with Grftc-- " Bland impurities and disease. Corroctthis T ' Ila.ln SLriDSSFi 9m, condition with HcWItt' Sawaparlllal ItTlrgtnn, Dreekenrtdgo rounly, . & rolfabK-'S- old by U.IVV Short. ,rl ' A &. - Reapers. a'tUutton and will bo K u -- -' vruuTrT .11 ' ' . lUU'tH'Ll'IflP11 MM , wbto COT iy , , ran Xv&ZZA&Zd Jf iv "(HUBMIf K jr fa -- - .' ! - - " wr 1 ' miftt - ;m ijnw i'i'i mmammm, mmm w4tM owh niKpgg ' , tf raffc " v. ' -- 1 X "I -v mm Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lyddan and Miss BURAS. Nellio Henry, of Webster, visited SulJoseph Tucker will stnrt-A. phur well Sunday. Dr. Hob Strothcr Asu 'ero was brother Ben when tho uxns next -Tfe Tho Teachers Instttuto met hero tho WUCK. Moreman. WEDKESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1891. '" rotirfamo f . n..1nH DtHiitnlt !. 21, 22, 23 nnd 24, of July. Two, Several of our young pcoplo are. at Uapt. line, oi wuu hhw'w'i tn sessions wero held dally. Tho debates Hudson at a picnic INO. D. A VtUOtL O. nAnnAOR, Kdltots nnd Don'i lorcot tho vounv Domocrnov. town Friday. Tropttctor. , interesting and some nolo papers 'They did a noblo work. Whoopjngcough in tho neighborhood Mr. John Miles, of Louisville, was InJ The town was full of teachers. and measles reported near. town Saturday. St.I.. .VT. I.ocml Time Cat IlAnvKY Mkybrs Speaker of tho noxt told that Mr. Thos. Ditto who Elbridgo Locknrd, of Hardin county, is Dr. Hamilton, of Grahampton, Bpont MkU and Kxprosa going East l'f.'Vm. House of course. AVho doubts this ? tho barrens wishes to rent visiting hia brothers, Johri nnd Jim, near Saturday here. -- 1J8 p.m. West " sufflcioruvground in tho river bottom to hero. " Kast..l.....y.27 p.m. Express Mr. Dick Swan and son, John, wcro in shock hisorn on, as ho wishes to sow Soro oyes of infants, and small children " Weit....,U,lV a.m. Geoikiktown, Ky., has a man who has tils fields injicnt. nmi fcara thcro will " East.., ..10.05 a.m. Buccccilcll in keeping an umbrella twenty town Saturday. LoeM Freight are so common that tho troublo amounts I HH Mr. Harry Boll, of Guston, was in not be room.Rnn years. to an epidemic. town Saturday. The Sunday Schogjafron, Hill Grovo J. JL Smith, tho postmaster at MillMr. Tom McDonough.'of Woodland, nnd Buck Grove, infesulplrtir Springs DuniNO tho fiscal year ending Juno SO, Sunday. A large crowTijent out from wood, was shaking hands with his old tho spent Saturday here. last, 555,450 emigrants arrived in friends hero this week. United States. Mr. Clias. Casperko Bpcnt last week this place, nbout two hundred nnd fifty D. G. Wright, of Sholhyville, who is .. uimcKictt de....... ,.w ...v.u. nt Sulphur Springs. livered 11 sermon to tlio crowd In tho working In tho interest of tho Center tarifT is not the greatest burden If tho Mrs L. A. Bomar left Tuesday for tier College, was out to sco Joel Pilo this nfternoon. that is oppressing tho ioor mart r homo in Uptonvillc. Mrs. Dr. D. C. Pusey returned from week. then what is it ? Squiro Campbell, of Garnctsville, was Virgo Bnsliam, of Huff, Edmonson Louisvillo Saturday evening July 25tl; in our burg Saturday. After coming homo sho missed fier; :county, formerly ono of our citizens, was GnovEit Cleveland has declined an inSquiro James Green, of Bennett pre- purse containing n ten dollar bill, somo Jifirt last week by a boiler explosion vitation to speak in Ohio in favor of tho cinct, spent Friday here. silver and a fow ponnies. Sho thinks while threshing wheat. Democratic Stato ticket. Mr-nhMiss Mamio McGlosson, of Louisville, sho dropped tho jweket-boo- k in tlio car. Mrs. Solomn Smith, of Grayson county, nro is n guest of Miss Pearl Ditto. Any Information of tho missing nrticlo visiting here. Mr. Smith It is reported that Hon. James A. will boa candidato for Congress Miss Ellen AVilkes left Tuesday for will bo gratefully received by Dr. or is also mtroUuclngn clicap and vnluablo rail fence which our Mrs. Pusey. in tho second district. farmers seem to liko tier hdme in Bowling Green. ivcroti'. very much. Ono of our young business men borMiss Anna Richardson spent last week The .people nl Tucker's BitKCKnsninOK's Democracy is some- with Miss Mamie Bickcrstalf. rowed Mr. It. II. Novitt's pony 0110 afterSchool House Again tho Democracy of Breckenridgo youngv nro doing tho right to 1)0 proud of. Phoenix like sho 8ubllHtuUng county by permission of its friends and thing Miss Minnie Howard, of Louisville, noon last week and escorted a lady, who lives about fivo miles in the a substantial frame building for th0 little over tlio protest of its enoinies is able to and has risen and continues to get there is visiting Mrs. C. C. Moreman. country home. After spending a pleas old log sciSpol houso which e...,i record another victory. A victory grand EH. Mrs. .Lizzie Spillcr returned to her !, ant evening ho attempted to mount tho Them so loiicv in its achievements and glorious in reSaturday night. in Louisville pony, but tlio animal was 011 a strike, WThixk a j The Ohio Valley Itailroad has become homo sults. Tho battle from tho first lias been Messrs Dick Smith and David Chlsm, and reared and plunged until both sadpart of tho Huntingdon system. A That tlio tobacco crtw here is th0 lightvigorously contested, and in tho early a wcro in to .711 Friday' dle and bridlo wcro disfigured and tho est for years. stages of tho encounter, no ono seemed bridgo across the Ohio at Evansvillo is of Wolf Creek, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fairlciirli aro visit ridor forced to remain over night. Ho able to calculate with certainty on tho ono of tho improvements. That Monday night will finiKSevors ing relatives in Elizabcthtown nnd New started out bravely in tho early morn handsomely ahead of Dr. Ilnrncd, N situation. Thcro wcro various combinawith his mutilated property and leading Chicaooiaxs havo purchased tho old Haven. tions and singular difficulties to combat, That it is probably a mistako that Eli, . Judgo John Roberts, of Louisville, tlio unruly pony, nnd i cached our but with all of this, coupled with all of homo of Jesse James for exhibition at Pile is going to open up a coal mine near littlo city just as old Sol's smiltho World's Fair. Tho building is of came down Saturday to sco Mr. I). W. tho strategy that could bo brought to I hero. ing face nppenrcd. Ho was foot soro Fairleigh. lear against us oui party and its candi- logs and is located near Kearney, Mo. That tlio editor of tho Republic offered t date gloriously triumphed. Tho opposiMessrs Bate Ilcrndon nnd Garland and weary and using strong liorso lanTjiomas B. Reed, lato speaker of tho Hendricks, of Irvington, were in town guage towauls tho bruto creation nnd a very flimsy excuso for supporting was outspoken and determined, and tion Ionics in particular. Moral ; Willie bo Ilnrncd. every inch of ground had to be carried "Billion Dollar Congress," has recently Saturday. That tho travelling pcoplo aro greatly sure of your horse ero you visit your Mr. Heed to repel tho invasion. It is true that our returned from Europe. Mrs. Sallio Clarkson nnd daughter, discommoded by tho passenger trains ranks wero a littlo disfigured in somo goes tdOhio to help McKinley in his Miss Rcna, spent a few days in our burg best girl again. By order of tlio Louisvillo Presbytery being taken off tlio L. II. & W. places, but tho main body when tho su campaign. last week. That thcro is moro hard work being tho committee that met nt Guston on premo .hour came wcro found in lino and Mr. Marion McMoniglc, of Louisville, Inst Sunday, to done in tills Legislature race than ktliero The Controller of the Currency at doing double duty for tho cause. organize a Presbyterian It is Sunday witli tils no disparagement to us, happily as tilings "Washington reports that tho Kentucky spent Saturday and church, after canvassing tlio matter ten has been beforo in any of the years of M. parents here. ' Yes, but havo turned that somo of tho faithful National Banks aro all right. members wero enrolled and a church our rcmcmbcrance. .J Uk Messrs S. B. Crecehus and Jas. was organized by Ho v. G. C. Overstrcct of the Currency tell turned their backs upon us and went can tho Controller FriTOBINSPORT, IND. boldly and determinedly to tho opposi- us anything about tho whereabouts of Thompson, of Cedar Branch, spont nnd tlio Elders, Messrs Thos. Ditto and "Von Txrill Ya v lnncmv, xxx day in our town. Simpson wcro installed as Elders and tion. That they mndo n mistako, time, Pope? F. P. Smart spent Sunday here. 1 nnd their own good senso will demonMr. Witt Casperko returned to Louis Mr. Jns. W. Patterson was ordained The recent rains aro a delight to the Capt. A. J. Gnoss was on hand at tho ville Saturday night after a months visit deacon. Thoy expect to build n beauti strate. Bccauso Democracy by its own ful gothic edified and hope to havo it farmers. simple truths offers a remedy for all tho election, and as usual in tho light, doing to his parents here. Tlio potato crop is much improved by ready for occupancy in tho early fall. ills of which this dissatisfied clement effective work for the Democratic ticket atSeveral of our young people hnvo pomplain. Our sinccro hope is that they Tho Captain's enthusiasm is always in- tended tho protracted meeting in pro- Other denominations who wero largely tlio rains. may so view it and early return and bo spiring anil his labors never cease until gress at Long Branch. represented gavo tho littlo church a Mr. Bryan, tlm music man, was hero numborcd with tho truly good. Candid the last vote is recorded. hearty God speed. last week. Mr. J. W. Lewis addressed tlio people ly we arc marching on. As suro as God Tho voto in till two precincts here Miss Maggie Allen has just received n of Irvington Friday on tho subject of reigns, tho pcoplo aro becoming enlightState ov Ohio, City of Toledo, is ns follows : new sowing machine. now Constitution, the Lucas County. j " ened. Tlieso local victories simply indiAshcraft. For Governor, Brown 80, Mrs. Delin Conrad and Mrs. German, Dr. Lon Moreman and niece. Miss Fkank J. Cheney makes oatli that lie cate what is coming in the future. They Wood 75, Erwin 30. For tho Constituof Clovcrport, spent last Thursday tho is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Leo Moreman, visited Mrs. C. II. Drury foretell great possibilities. A campaign, tion 108, against 30. guests of Mrs. Waldo Simons. National in its character will confront us Cheney & Co., doing business in this at Bowleyville last week. Court House. For Governor, Brown City of Toledo County and State aforeMiss Nannio Collins and Master War-fielin '02, and the valiant hosts then all Mr. Gcorgo DuRcllc, of Louisville, 103, Wood 82, Erwin 0. For the Constof Cloverport, spent Friday here, over tho country, will rally under tho said, and that said firm will pay tho sum camo down Thursday night to see his itution 104, against 29. of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for friend Mr. D. W. Fairleigh. tho guests of Miss Mattic Allen. . Democratic banner and capture the counOUR GREAT Tlio election passed off verv ouletlv Messrs. Sperry and Bowen, and Mr. Of tho Condition of the Breckinridge try at tho polls. This is a bit of prophesy eacli and every caso of Catarrh that canMrs. Robt. Pusoy and Mrs. Will Allen hero Monday. No nolso fronVtho effect it is true, but paste it in your hat, and not bo cured by the uso of Hall's ! Pusey, of Elizabcthtown, aro visiting of bad whisky. Not a drunken man in Hambleton, of the firm of Hambleton & Bank, of Cloverport, Ky., at the cloce Cuke. Co., will bo down to attend the barbecue when it comes, as God in his Providence Dr. D. C. Pusey nnd family. of business, June 30, 1891. Bight. Nonoof our candidates put up FRANK J. CHENEY. - ' at this place. may w ill it, old Breckenridgo will ho in JltSFTS, Mrs. Warren Richardson and sons, freo liquor, so wo aro told, consequently Sworn to beforo mo nnd subscribed lino with a Democracy that is all wool & rjQ., $ 150,002 90 GEO , If you want a good dinner attend tho Notn nod bills dise't'd in my presence, this 0th day of Decem- Don and Ray, of Louisville, visited ro- perfect order prevailed throughout the 2.572 25 and a yard wide. barhecuo at Polk's Grovo, August 0th. Hank fixtures and furnlturo day, much to tho gratification of our tations nnd friends hero last week. Banking house nnd let 3,335 14 ber, A. n. 1880. BRANDENBURG, KY., Waldo Simons and C. C. AVliiteliead will Overdrafts 1,292 08 citizens. . . , rA. W. GLEANSON Mrs. James FoUntainc left Monday Suspended debt 148 75 sco that you get plenty to eat. A numiikr of Alliance men in Kentucky SEAL j A reduction in the prices of goods thnt It is behoved by best informed men Bonds 25,881 04 Notury Public. for a visit to her brother-in-laMr. Mr. Chas. Alii returned hero Tuesday Due from Unnks llicvo that their party stands a good 10,042 09 insure n large reduction in tho slxe of 0 that tlio majority for tho Constitution Morgan Fountaino nnd family at Holt. Cash on hand chance to elect n President in 1892. It is 18,941 67 siocK. we nave more Spring goods than Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally will bo about 400. Willett's majority from Minnncapolis, where ho was sent snouiu nave, ni mis season, ana must inc Mr. and Mrs John Sneider, of Garsingular that they allow themselves to nnd acts directly upon tho blood and as a dolegate from the Y. P. O. E. A. will reach 800 Tlio Peoples ticket will 2ffe8 92 tbein at any loss. The most desirable got bo deluded into such a belief. As a mucous surfaces of tlio system, send rett, spent Saturday hero nnd listened receive, between reports a splendid timo and that there m me nouse nave oeen selected lor the sac LUmi.ITUfl. 150 and 200 votes. Ho to tho eloquent address by $ 45,100 00 uco, anu at those prices will surely attr political organization, into which the for testimonials, free. wero fifteen thousand delegates present. Capital stock Democratic State ticket will receive beHero is a part Deposits 110,028 3C large crowds of purchasers. Alliance booms to bo rapidity drifting, F. J. Choney & Co., Props., Toledo. O. Knott. Ho loft Thursday for his homo in Illinois Surplus fund tween 000 and 800 majority. 21,000 00 11.. ui uur nuuucriui aiiraeunns, nna it ennnot make any great strides to polit- Sold by Druggists, 75c. Ho was accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Undivided profits 4,21188 haye thousands of others just like them. Mr. Chas. Trowlinan, of Nelson ical power by 1802. About tho only MOOLEYVILLE. Alin Ahl, and her two daughters, who Dividend No. 34, 4 per cent, due county, camo down Friday and remainJuly 2nd 1891 1,801 00 CLOTHING. thing it will ho ablo to accomplish will will spend seme time visiting in Illinois. Taxes duo July 1, 1891 HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, ed over Sunday, guest of Miss Georgia 434 68 What a happy life bo to disorganize tlio Democrats. In tho iu lor our merchant tailor suits, reducl il Moreman. Mr. O'Brites, of Tell City, was in town Mr. John Lillard is putting up a hamU 219,178 92 troin Tl dollars. southern states tho Republicans will V. tt.HAHISAGi: Mis. Carrio Reinhockle. of LnniHvilln. last week. ' Editor somo dwelling with a brown stono front, I, A. 1). Sklllrann, Cashier of the above tw lor our one suits, inon's nnd youth': ' undertako to combino with tlio Alliance reduced from S18. camo down Saturday night and will Miss Lum O'Brynn is visiting relatives on tho old Catholic church lot on Sec named bank do solemnly swear that the above $9 98 for supporters to strengthen their own party all suits In corkscrew, worsteds, Sco! L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. statomctt is true to the best of my ltnowlodgo spend n few weeks with her aunt, Mrs. in Owcnsboro. ond street. Tho stono comes from his and belief. reduced from $15. GOINQ WfcST. A. B. BKILLMAN, and defeat the Democratis. This is their J. Casperke. 49 for all suits all wool goodj in chovoltiV $7 Mr. John Egart, of Lowell, Mass., is quarry on tho river just below town. L'ashlor. Passenger Dally arr. Ilardlnsburg. .12:05 p.m. cherished hope, and a scheme they will Mixed VAitttftAil r.nm CIO I Vi Subscribed and sworn to beforo me, this, the " (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7:48 a.m. Miss Inn Malin returned homo from visiting his parents of this place. $4 93 for all wool suits for men and youthsA 22d day or July 1891. work hard to accomplish. "When once Cius.'B. Skiu.an, GOING EAST. Messrs. S. L. Parr nnd P. Stiff made a Backlcn's.Arnica Salve. nice goods, from $8. 49 cents for bluell Vino Grove Thursday night, accomN. P. B. C. effected the poor farmer will find himself Pussenger Dally arr. Ilardlnsburg- 8:55 a.m. panied by her cousins, Miss Ella Dowoll business trip to Tell City last week. jhhw uuu-umake. Tho best salvo iu tlio world for cuts, sailing in tlio same old canoe. Tho Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. Statement of the Condition of the " .. 3:55 p.m. A small number from this place at- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovor and Mary Barrett. Republicans will still .burden him with Mr. Arthur Board is in tlio city. Misses Mellio and Minnio Upton, of tended the memorial sorviccs at Walnut sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains. SHOES heavy taxes ; force him to pay heavy corns, and skin eruptions, and positively At If iirtlliitibiirir, Mrs. Colgan has been hero tho post Uptonvillc, returned homo Thursday Grove. of ttieir pet corJi 24 for our best calf broyan, 'none such. tributo to the support cures Piles, or no pny required. It is At the close of buslnes June 30th, 1891. Master Byron Cartt spent last Wednes- guaranteed to give reduced from 33t.HO, .98 for a good full night, after a weeks visit with tho porations and eastern monopolies, nnd week visiting. perfect satisfaction, or stock brogon, reduced from $1 25. day witli his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. money refunded. ItESOVRCKS. Misses Rawiings. Price 25 cents per Notes and bills dlso'd $70,320 13 again leave him to work out his own Mrs. Nannie Williams is visiting tier $1 49 for men's sewed shoos, in all styles and F. G. Parr. box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Demand Loans sites, fonnely $2. salvation. "When it is tho purposo of the son, Mr. J. B. Hensiey. Mr. and Mrs. Gieger arrived hero' 4,500 00 71,820 13 Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hnrdinsburg, Mrs. Roland O'Brynn, of Brandenburg, A full line of Iluell Jk'Sons celebrated Banking house and lot 3,597 60 from Georgia last week and wUJ wsit Pcmocrats to defeat tlieso plans it is n Ky. Tho local passonger train has boon Fixtures nnd furniture 1,440 89 Shoes for men and boys, nil Btylcs and sizes spont last week with her parents nnd wonder that right thinking men will de- discontinued on tlio L. II. & W. Ry. relatives for sometime. Thoy will proDue from other banks , 8,794 34 at greatly reduced prices. friends here. $1 21 for ladles bright Dongola kid Shoes Cash on band 7,397 31 bably mako this their home. sert us. As a party tho Democrats havo Notice. Mr. Alex. Jones, of Louisville, was with or without patent tip, in button or la Misses Maggie and Bello Stiff spent no war to mako upon members of tlio Parties visiting tho Tar Springs, who Mr. Ncal McMoniglo lias purchased Thursday In town, tho guest of Mrs. 90,050 20 front lace. These are fine goods, roduced hero Saturday visiting his sistor, Mrs. from two dollars, Alliance, unless it bo to constantly reA large stock of Indies' MAMMTIF8. nro not guosts, will ho charged 2octs. Capital tho Howard property. Ho has had tho Mnnda Stiff. Kato Beard. stock $ 25,000 00 low shoes, all styles, to close tbera out, at buke them for their stupidity nnd shortand below eost. old building torn nway nnd has begun Miss Alma Mitcholl contemplates visit admission fco for tlio uso of tho wator Due depositors 67,890 44 Mrs. Horace Scott wont to Rosettn sightedness in tho political forecasts of 3,159 7ft ing her sister, Mrs. Lena Vessels, of nnd grounds. I cannot offord to keep tho Undivided profits last Saturday to attend the luneral of tho erection of a new residence. tho future. grounds clenn nnd allow persons who Owcnsboro soon, Mr. Jas. Crawford, wife. son. nnd Mr. Ben Hardin. 90,050 20 Dry-Goo- ds I, M. H. Heard, Cashier of the above named Mr. McFrymiro has a now Democrat aro not guests tho privileges of tho 5 cents for extra heavy old mother, returned to their homo in Now Rosco Eskridgo nnd Bonoy Belt aro Kentucky Fitojt now until tho closo of tlio Presibank, do solemnly swear that the above stateAlbany, hid., Friday, nfter a pleasant at iiis liouso that will pay his poll tax grounds without compensation. ment is true to the best of my knowlodge and Five checks and stripes, reduced from 8 campagin in '92, politics in this at Glendeano building a largo ware- visit nnd a half cents for nlco wool finish dential and voto twenty-on- o Respectfully, years from now M. II. DUAKD, Cashier. witli Mr. A. Morcmnn's family. l'ollf. reduced from seven nnd a half cts. country is going to bo mightily mixed. house for parties there. Subscribed and sworn to before me this, the 24 challles, for Juno 23, 1891. G. W. Joudan. Lucy and Philomina, daughters of cents all wool double width dress Tho County Court granted license to Mr. Chas. Drury nnd family, of Bow30th day of June 1891. Juo. P. Hasvku,, Harrison witli ono oyo on Jim. Rlaino goods, cheeks, stripes, reduced from 49o. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stovo Derbin, sisters of Notary Public 14 cents for fine, black Bcnvin Tucker last week to retail leyville, camo down Saturday. Mrs. Margarctli, spent last nnd tho other on tho movements of his Lawns, in stripes, week witli their checks and grenadine patterns, reduced Drury and children will remain soveral pascnts'and Nationnl Campaign Committee, is look- whisky in Stcphonsport. many friends. from 25 and 20 cents, NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS! Mr. Morris Eskridgo wont to Owens-hor- o weeks witli her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. ing out for a rcnominntion, nnd whether 10 cts for same class, reduced from- - 15 Miss Julia Cunningham, n very charmcents. last Saturday to seo his brother, Moreman. Make your orders by the 1st of October nnd Our entire stock of fine dross, goods com ho or another is choFcn as tho standard ing nnd accomplished young lady, who we will furnish you any kind of prising Henriettas, all shados. blaok Tamlsa bearer, there will be somo lively hustling Mr. Melvillo Eskridgo, who is sick with Mrs. C. B. Fountaino, of Arkansas, has been on a visit to her cousin, Miss cloths, bluck Henriettas, Cashmeres, flno in tlio Republican camp. In Now York typhoid fovor. VKUIT THUDS, Fronoh Satins, white and figured all wool was greeting-olfriends nt Sulphur well Muli&sa Cuninghnm, of Derby, Intl., has It Is that Impurity In tho blood, which, acMr. Miltop Board Jr., returned homo Albatros, and in fact all our dress goodit of SMALI, TBSES, Cleveland and Hill aro sparring at each Sunday. Sho is visiting her parents rciurncu nome. cumulating In tho glands of tlio neck, pro- nil kinds go in this other in tho Democratic ring, with a lot last 'Uiursdny after a protracted stay near Guston and will visit relatives 8HHI733S, ita. bee these goods bofore great ltoduotlon Sale, uuces unsigmiy jumps or swellings; which Bro. Myors, tho Union Star pastor, reyou buy. It will in tlio uiuo Urass section. Ho is pay you. of fellows on the outside urging up tho causes painful running sores on tho arms, ZACK. GREEN, hero ore long. quests it announced that ho will preach to attond tlio medical lectures legs, or feet; which dcvclopes ulcers In tho V4 cents for fine qunllty sheer plain India Manager Ilardlnsburg Nursery. fight. As for tlio "Pcoplo's Party" thcro Mull, reduced from oyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or A gay party of picniccrs from Bowioy-vill- o at tlio Cunningham schoolhouso noxt HAUDrNSUUllO, KY. 9 cents, fine quality 12 cents, is not much in it anyway, but if tlioycan this fall. India Linen, from 15c. deafness; which Is tlio origin of pimples, canspont Wednesday at tlio Sulphur Sunday nt 11 a. m. Wc hopo ho will bo Tlio discontinuance of tho local pass-ong9 cents, fine quality India run out a pretty active leader nnd a Linen, from 15cc cerous growths, or tho many other manifestaSets, cheok and striped Muslins, from wen ana wore joined in the nftornoon greeted by a largo congregation. train on tho L. II. & W. will 15. tions usually ascribed to "liuinorsi" which, NOTICE. "bar'l of boodlo" thoy may give some7c. for same, reduced from twelve cents. On Tuesday night August the 11th, fastening upon greatly inconvonionco travel to nnd by soveral of our citlzons who report tho lungs, causes consumption body trouble The Brcekenrldge County Instltuto will cis lor a nice long towel reduced from lOo Rev. Styles will begin n protracted meetand death, llclng tho most ancient, it Is tho from Hardin8burg. Passengers nrriving quito n jolly timo. Angus! 10th, and continue five days at 10 . '"r misses' and children's blaok L! ing nt Littlo Dixie. most general of all diseases or nfToctlons, for Bro. Royster, of i iz.M3 Ilardlnsburg. All teachers and persons who nuru in in nt aro compelled to no over 'uiu uc, reauceu iroin twenty ns' on, very low persons aro entirely freo from It. Gus. W. Richardson nnd Mr, Cairo, lias been solicltdd to aid in tlio lion. The Louisvillo Annual Conferonco of until tho following morning expect to teach niustfattend the full time. I 5o ladles' or gents' Handkerchelfsw 10c. beforo thoy Dan Roberts havo their applo will revoke the certificate of those who now lifto nne French '""M'tTX3yrB'l ' drier sorvico. Wo hopo the attendance will the Methodist Church South, will meet can get a train. How Can . hold certificates If tboy fall to attend said Innw iiyie ureAVJhaais, from 15e and brandy distillery in full blast nt bo good nnd iriucli interest manifested. this year at Cadiz, Ky,, on Soptember stitute, unless they present a certificate from sa nice dress Ginghams, reduced fn.m Tlio Ilardlnsburg bank is doing a Ekron. Bo It Our littlo sister city soems to Wo show you a beautiful line of carpow. their physician, stating that they were not 10. Cadiz is a littlo town in tho South There is littlo to noto in tho wnv of handsomo business as was shown bv bo getting up Uy taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by able to attend. I will not grant a certificate Mattings, Oil Cloths, Table Linens, To we a boom. western part of tho state, situated ten ita last semi-annupersonal movements, everybody is nt Napkins, Linen Throws. fln ' tho rcmarkablo cures it has accomplished, .. to any one who does not attend said Institute statement. Cashier at nr!nB. miles from tho railroad. Her pcoplo M. II. Beard and his M. ..- - -- '. TV ,"..V": "uSi Our town was full of pcoplo Saturday tending strictly to business. In spito of oltcn when other medicines liavo failed, has any Ji8. W. Millie, Supt. assistant, Mr. where. proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar nil other considerations tho tlio girls will havo already begun to mako preparations Frank Board keep tlio business well to listen to ono of Kentucky's orators, Ten cents for a good white wash Brush. not cease trying to bo attractivo and mcdlclno for this disease. Somo of these for tlio distinguished body of divines in hand. Ilardlnsburg pcoplo Notico to Stockholders. Ten cents for a yalvnnisel Wash bowl. cures nro really wonderful. If you suffer from hnvo not J. Proctor Knott. Ho knocked tlio bot Five cents for a large slxe Tin Wash Pan. prcty. Tho recent rains havo been a scrofula, bo suro to try Hood's 8arsaparlllx who are to encroach upon their hospital' long known tlio convenience A meeting of the Stockholders of the Minerof a bank tom out oi tlio old Constitution and Ten cents for hammered brass Walter. grcnt liolp to vegetation. Tlio corn crop ity torn week. "Every spring iny wifo and children havo al Centre Ons and Manufacturing Company is Ten oonts Tor largoMilk nnd as thoy becaino accustomed to placed n solid .foundation under tho Tin Can. heroby called'" to meet at tho Breckenridgo been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking is growing nicoly. Ten cents for galvanised Lemon Squeexer. now. Dank at Cloverport, Ky on Saturday, the 7th banking rules thoy will gradually trans out on them In various places. My littlo boy, Five cents for a large fire Shovel. Lagrippo yet has a jjrlp in tills vicinity day of August, A. D. 1891, for the transaction denying prLv lmvo stepped act all of their business in this way. three years old, lias been a tcrrlblo sufferer. J. Proctor Knott deliverL..OOI.UU ur psper or tacks. Ono lot of of Important business. seems to Trent tho system n good deal charges, St. Loumkm Rejuib- Last sprlnghe was ono mass otsores from head Miss Annio Bassctt left last Saturday ed an nbio, logical discourso hero Satur It paiioms wan paper, at 3 and 4 cents, JOUN D. flBEaOUY, President. liko those pension bills do tho treasury. to feet. I was advised to use Ilood's Sarsapa"Tgei use uroat lleductlou Saes J or tlio Texas border, whithor sho goes day in fnvor of tlio new Constitution, to Bo Hot Suffer Anv anu piace, It will como ono timo nnd prey upon tho rllla, and wo have all taken It. Tho result M- - E- - church Minor Stephens, of Lakolnnd, Fla.TTs a largo nnd npprcclatlvo audience systcm.get jU Is that all havo been cured of tho scrofula, n,Lf "V cough can Knowing that a almost to tlio lowest ebb, then tho guest of his my & C f A boy being entirely in aday, nnd tho first stages of conflump number of hor friends word" Governor Knott is n forcibio speaker seizo upon tho system again and provo and littlofour of y children freo from sores, and Mrs. Jas. father and mother, Mr. all look brlcht and Stephens, of Holt, Ky. to im'A-- t uiruwuu nnu and brings out his points in n vlear. tnnt,m1rnn nfl wcnk.wn hercLvannran- BKANDENBURO, K j 10 no mora latal thnn beforo. 3 healthy." vr. B, Athertoit , Passalo City, N. J. lV rds Wof encournfftitnont I consic( manner, nnd nicthlnkJ ii Acker's English Cough Kenedy, (not tco Dr. 1m ityimgiA Sho was nL'comjwnjJ.causod numerpiu ,' in.f ivor nnd will refund tho monoy to all w BeMbyftHdnifcUU. jllrsliforW. 'J.i ' ml mi wgffiio directions, niul r A --Jr. IHIU1 llHl. l.DUJM,Vb.3WI."'V I'nculty. Two elegant buildings lust erected. CnninlMeOY buy, tnko it as per 7" 2uT!Tjr,,Mrt" .W V. I. JMXW WO., Ale4tMlM, rrsparedealr I - . ,. LuweU, V.n w -- v .. "LSjMjUtfBrVK. II. what is not. Ml ,1 i vPP ea"wiw'jiistiBm. , ctti Discovery." not find our statement cprny' . "" n. ij.. Doves uw k',i,j its Viinwranar. ' - m Shark ClpJ' - ar'ZSm. Salo by G.--W. . . . -" 'Tllvw.-Sold- ijy jr.invn vamp .ml. unru ilntiA nf nil rilliiw lfcA--"rj t& aMpnarcli Shirt. --'GfjVBi M Zxf r-Ms"Tfcsfci ' ( SKr & Medoj, JiiH rikI Witt v nwv, mmmr r.arf ' X,f .HBBSim'Sr BUK J- Bregkenridge News. CAnnv Hi- - news to Capt. Mercer. ?5 1 )Bc WMqijfMasgr-rTr- i" aiiiSr'Cp!iii'.L kJ rfVi A iisisjmsm misasLaii -. """jrp -i 'wm ff-fti' m , ppy ctm'''fiafaitws,4?: jjjHT- - j., r-w- "f" cm V,DENBURG. i --,,- 7- vg-'- g j'd is a gucsttitMr, u SJ" j A Small Earthquake in to-da-y. , h:FR 0 S P E C T .1 Prices and Profits loitering: and trembling all around us. to-da- Wild cojif usiori preparatory to a grand kick out of all goods in the SPRING AND SUMMER LINE. d ie tl,t,n l.. But we Can't Help it, They Have to These Go. N SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Are bright and perfect as ever and only sold aftthese ruinous figures to make room for our f'allnd Winter stock. fho if tt,"j"u t ao not com juas d, vest; TEAKEL. og ! STATEMENT tii Reduction Sale j - 1 j J -- I Bank of Hardinsburg '('. and Notions V d SCROFULA pro-pari- 4 be-g- in !... CURED sn., 4 ltfor ....u bo" j ""' Geo. Teakcl w- -- - - "floii-ovcrs- Hood's Sarsaparilla una r j. . T- ' "MTft,JBVI ...... 5stW ? itloTiosto ivv ir .., JE. - jTllfcf ,.i v.-n- -- .stiflM ' M'rn ii f. ilBliillllllllllllllillllllllllllliHillllBiilHiliilllllBiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllsilllllllllillisii HiHBIHHHH ' y'iv,. &' JHE' 'ClBaaslUFJ ;i;rfe pTfFp111 Davis against 2". BUras -- El 33, Erwin. 21 ere 27, Ifarij in 24, Jolly) mm wsbr ' rtetr TWW.t-- . For tho ."KM, CoS 3 IIanlnslU Wood Bcntativc, livers !!80, Hnrned 207. For Surveyor, 3envln 310, Jolly 247 For tho Constldtion 0(17, Against 45. Tho fol'jwing is a summary of the vote for'Rprescntattvo. , i QAAAWiAivvviy 'fr ).y shoot m Nie! 'itti You n il CRISP, i ? a! THE GREAT r? u Al u Tliikiloons had a big day. ThJo was a big lote polled. A lig croud and a quiet one. Very full ICrluriiM from All I'nrlu Rukskiii Jim got in his work. ' Of t'o County. Bi Ramsey is a good worker. Cuter gavo Harncd 28 majority. election in this city was upon the Tho CJfton Mills gave Harncd 27 majority SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. wlinln a verv ouictafTalr. Save one littlo HEW YORK, H.Y. LOUISVIUE, Kf. Jidsonvillo gavo Harncd 81 majority disturbance tho day passed off very peaceably and it was frco from the usual JbDaniels gave Harncd 70 majority custom of pulling and hauling about tlto M. Sophensnort gave Harncd 3 majority. polls. There was very little money used Jtl Big Spring, Severs received 43 exand as n consequence the floaters perienced a very dull time. Thero were mi prity. Office in Dr. White's old stand vp stairs. "B looks like Henry Temple is our plenty of them and they stood around CLOVERPORT. KY. bid, but it never came. Cconer. waiting for a The leaders and tho men that do tho Unyor Pierce says it was a dull day S. S. work at tho polls had no "election boodfodiiin. le," Soft wasa dull day for tho fellow Thero were over 700 votes polled in & that votes for the man that "puts up tho tlw precinct. Next door to Brcckenridge stuff." Office Cloverport, Ivy. Bank. Ilarned's speech lost him 50 votes As a general thing, the leading Repub iJthis precinct. took no part. Many refrained licans Tho Republicans scratched Harncd from voting at all between tho candid ates for Representative, and some even wetty generally. voted for Mr. Severs. A largo number Thos. Tousoy was out as usual by day- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1691 however, swallowed the People's Party jht getting in his work. candidate, but yesterday's revelations LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. Harncd ,cnn now stay at home, inako it dvident tho Republican party make pills and.saw wood. of Glondenne, was in tho W. J. Dean, w ill not fuso with tho Third party hereFrank A. Beavin is the County Sur city Monday. sies to tlto extent of making coalition a veyor by n handsome majority. V. B. Burton, Rock Vale, was in the success. We oplnd all suchmovements city Monday. Taylor, tno democratic nominco m will fail, if attempted in tho future. This 2, to the wife of J. M. Bell, Born Aug. seems to havo been tho caso more especi Hancock, was elected by a majority of a nine pound-girl- . ' J. R Monarch and wife, Hardinsburg, ally ai uiovcrport anu iinruinsuurg, as less than 25. indicated by the largo majorities Sever Petitt and Birkhead, Alliance candidwere In tho city Friday, shopping. Hagan, of Cecillia, is tho obtained at theso places. The handsome ates for tho Legislature in Daviess, wcro Miss Annie majority obtained by Brown and tin elected by small majorities. . guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beavin. of Henderson, is tho btato ticket snows that Cloverport U Miss Emma Scull, Leonard Oclzo has tho name of sendlargely and reliably Democratic. Thy ing in the nicest, cleanest nnd most corguest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Emberton. People's Party state ticket got big rect poll book that ever went into tho Miss Belle Clark and Miss I.ula Down, fow votes. I clerk's olllco at Hardinsburg. of 0 ensboro, arc visiting friends here. rruiii wnui wu near oi ur. liarnccs Manager Capt. George Mercer is a litThos. D. Jarboo and J. T. .Tarboe, of extravagant oxpectationsl ho must baa tle disfigured, no doubt, but still in good Mooloyville, were in town last Thursday. surprised man, and by this lesson ha'p Mr. Walter Lamar, of Hawcsvillo, learned that tho wild vagaries ho proauj-e- d shape. There is lots of good Democracy in tho Captain yet, nnd whilo thero is spent last Sunday with tho Misses Sawwon't go down tho people of Breckinlife thero is hope. yer. ridge county notwithstanding they wife The Now Constitution, well now, Mrs. Emma Morcdock and daughters, propped up by tho adventitious circim-stancof partisanship allying itself vuth didn't sho go in a hooping. Wo want it of Louisvillo, aro visiting Mrs. F. II. his raco to a considerable degree. Staid-in- g distinctly understood that tho business Sawyer. alono, they had no support wirth end of tho News is now nnd over will bo Ilov. J. W. Collins," of Cannclton, and for that instrument. talking about. Rev. W. C. Brandon exchanged pulpits Capt. Jack Gross as usual was in it. Democrats strayed from lliu fold. We last Sunday. aro sorry for tho misguided boys, bufwc IIo took in the situation last Thursday Rcv-- W. Rov.W. K. Pcnrod and 0. on his return from tho mountains and Brandon will exchange pnlpits next Sun- should forget and forgivo, and repoitant as thoy must be, wo will tako them lack. saw that something must be dotio nnd ho day at 11 a. m. Come back homo, boys ! You'll feel letter done it. Ho put tho boys in line, gave Miss Lafio LaTIcist returned Saturday and do better at homo than foragiig in them a fow pointers nnd tho victory from Lowisport where sho has been visit- strango pastures - , grown up withfvvild followed. ing Miss Lila Adams. grass and ill weeds. We aro not.nftd at .Confirmed. Miss Georgio White, of this city, and you. Your own consciences wlllSvliip Tho favorable impression produced on Miss Sallie Miller, of Washington City, you enough, so wo will "sparo thwrod " spent last week in Boston. thistimo. It is "human to err, divine tho first appearanco of tho agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a "few I to the wifo of Geo, Harris, to forgive." Born Aug. 1, a nino pound boy and a But whilo some erred, yet thera were years ago has been more than confirmed Democrat from tho jump. "truo blues" all along tho lino.j And by tho pleasant experience of all who thoy might a good fight. Men lice Tom havo used it, and tho success of tho Mr. David Wright and Mrs. C. T. Tabproprietors nnd manufactures tho Calof Hawesville, spent Sunday tho Tousoy, Jim Hnmbleton, Bill jlamsey, or, Jim Lay, Carlt Richardson wen? every ifornia Fig Syrup Company. guests of Mrs. Mattio AValtors. where. Thoy nro known to tl,c party Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Young, of STEPHENSPORT. aud their work appreciated. I ut why Ky., aro tho guests of tjicir add more I Tho victory iswon,iuul wo Wo havo ha J plonty of rain lately. daughter, Mrs. C. B. Skillman. pro-eur- Both tho method mid results when Syrup of Figu is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gentlyyet promptly on the Kidnoys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros lmhitual constipation. Syrup r gs is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and ac- Cpntflldn tn flirt ntnmnnli nrnmtif iti : i .. r ri tius ucuuu uiiu irm v Deueuciui in lis reflects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable sultances, lita jnany excellent qualities to all and havo made it the most popula" remedy known. Syrup of Fin jforsnlo in 50o rand SI bottles by all leadinir druggists. Any reliable clrugrfct who o may not have it on hand will it promptly for any one who Do not accept wishes to try it any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. r MM THE WINNER. I IS OVER. ClovernotJ HardiiiHbng Stephcnsibrt, majority DEMOUnionStOMooloyvllo - snvKiis. 380 3S0 IDS IIAltNIU). 151 ...... 75 59 J 43 207 3 141 2(1 "MUG" SEVERS CRATIC NOMINEE FOR THE LEGISLATURE THE Bcwleylle Big Spriur, 13!) majority, Clifton 3111s, WcbittcJ HudHonrille, " " " . . 28 The wentjjor is too warm to ask you to rend a long advertisement, hence wo will only say this time that wo have just placed on our counters another bie lot of linht- weight Summer Clothing, nnd that prices nro still nt low water mark. I WnwW 'ot win dressed. I XMmwto II wmm YlU w I&. II Ir mrr g11 I if i ".:" r.i r AND THE NEW CONSTITUTION BY AN OVERENDORSED '.if. 81 4 WHELMING MAJORITY. Bums .i McDancls Plantoii Hall Hock '"nlo ..;... ... 35 120 1 ,,27 Julius Winter 'vwvwywwvwwyyEI Ko - 70 1(5 IK) com-fmem- Tho People's Party Not In It. Old Itolliiblo Clollilurr. Cor. THIRD &. MARKET. LOUISVILLE, 2CY. IlftS 1105 w vwwvwww- if a ma vote P01.1XD ani a uuirr iu.rcrioN Aiifj ovmt tiii: Rivers mnjority over Named 203. Notks. count v. J. R. JOHNSON, nr.Ai.Kit in- - If you are aware that this U PhysicianSurgeon. Dr. Dr. J. Clayton, Groceries, Hardware, Confectioneries PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Years Old. Then vou should never neglect this important fact in your make up. T RUE 5 sr Watkins, In the Shoe line, there are Whole families Physician Surgeon, .CHOICE WIIVJES. Leading Brands of Tobacco and Cigars. Legitimate Orders accompanied by the Cash will receive prompt attention. t. 'Z ' 'A-- that get their supplies at ' Breckenridge News. fc3 XJHi jECIEFL 7 3 HARDINSBURG, Report of Tho Standing Committee of the Blue and Gray Reunion. Ci.ovr.nroitT, Ky., July 20th, 1S01. The standing committee of tho Blue and Gray (Hcunion) met in regular session at Fisher's Hall Wednesday evening tho 29th inst., R. T. Mnttingly in : : KY. the chair. The minutes es Ball-tow- n, were read. committee was handed in. Tho substance of their report is to tho efi'ect that they have met with substantial assurance from the public spirited of Cloverport nnd vicinity suflicent to warrant success. On motion tho following committees wero appointed viz. Capt. A. J. Gross, On arrangements L. G. Gregory, Capt. J. II. Roland, Jnines Kasoy, Christian Swnggot and D. R. Murray. Murray, D. R. On transportation Geo. W. Jordan nnd L. G. Gregory. On motion it was ordered that at the next regular meeting, tho gentlemen of tho said committees be requested to report what arrangements they have made. When final action will be taken to perfect arrangements for ono of the largest gatherings over assembled in the city "of Cloverport, tho booming town of natural gas, nnd tho future homo of manufactories. Thero being no further business, tho meeting adjourned to meet again at Fisher's Hall Saturday evening August 15th 1891. citi-y.e- of tho previous meeting Tho report of tho standing Vijf pmjm?0l "Hm rirfjl UU GET THE BEST. The Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good enough for tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man always wants tho Best Groceries, nnd buys them of IE2,. ZEJ. TMLOGIEll&Ji.lSr, knowing that he always keeps the Best that tho market affords and retails them at proper prices. - ., CM)l.i:S IIETWIJIhN T1IU.1I. Tho coolness which ciisU between this stiff ncckcil couple will soon melt, thaw and ilissohc itself into a gentle balm thnt will ri fresh their parched threats ami hc.it alt their nctty Then they will unbend a little and join the cliorn of praise for Martin's delicious Creinu and Confections. dilTcr-enc- e. l'uuij niuros and fruits. C. C. MARTIN, "NOT IN IT." This will be the answer of our competitors if they are asked to meet our prices which simply clef? COMPETITION r I i Owen Seaton Stabbed Mor-ganficl- d, Four times By Robt. and Henry Blair. We will make ., Mr. Frank" Casper and Miss Kate Haekctt, of Cannclton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hanibloton. Walter Smart has been confined to his room for three weeks with a sprained ankle caused by falling in a cellar. Mrs. R. E. Moorman nnd daughter, Miss Margaret, wont to Henderson yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hatchet Every tissue of tho body, every nervo, bone and muscle is made stronger and nioro healthy by taking Hood's Snrsapa-rilla. Mr. A. W. Powers and granddaughter, Miss Alico Powers, of Stepcensport, were visiting his, daughter, Mrs. Jonas Wilson last week. llobt. E. Woods, of Washington, D. 0., Ho arrived in tho city Sunday night. will spend sovoral wcclcs with his mother and friends. Miss Maggie Bowmer roturncd Monday night from Winchester, Ky., whoro sho lias been spending a few weeks, wltk school mates. Mrs. Mary Bertolkainp and son Adolpli and Master Willie and Edna Eisonmen-go- r, of Louisville, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. PiUen- bach, Geo. Boyd and D. Sai)(erfur had a lively littlo fight on tho sJreot in front of Boyd's saloon lato yesterday evening. Tho troublo grew out of a djlilculty between their children. Miss Susio Brashcnr, Union Star and Owen Brashear, of Midway, who have been visiting their aunts, Mrs. J. T. Skill-ma- n nnd Miss Eliza Brashear, returned to Union Star Frlduy. Clovcriortors should go over and spend tho day with tln good peoplo of Toblnsport Thoy will make it pleasant for you in tho shapo Of a real barbecue of tho Kentucky etylo. Waldo Simons and Cas. Whitehead will see to it, that you havo a good , r r- - tone, Mrs. Chas. Wadlington left Sunday for Tho following is tho voto of this coun- JEvansvillo, Ind. ty by precincts: Mr. Will Mndena'left for JCllzabcth-tow- n Cloverport Precinct No. 1 For GoverSaturday. nor, Brown 87, Wood 123, Erwin 4, Wins-loElection in tow n Monday, nnd 3. For Representative, Fevers D8, Hnrned 51. For Surveyor, Beavin 119, tho streets aro crowded. Jolly 8. For Coroner, Temple 109, Davis Mrs. M. Wain loft last week for Niagara 17. For Constable, B. H. Wilson 70. Falls, to bo gono sonio tlmo. For tho Now Constitution 102, 'Against Miss Ida Williams roturncd to her 51. homo in Evansville, Ind., Sunday. Cloverport Precinct No. 2. For GoverMrs. Davie Poiter, of Chicago, 111., is nor, Brown 258, Wood 105, Erwin 43. tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Same R. For Representative, Sovers 82, Hnrned Payne 100. For Survoyor, Beavin 310, Jolly 57. Mr. Gordon "Moorman, of Irvington, For Coroner, Templo 274, Davis 22. For was tho guest of Miss Kmuia Mosqlcy Constable, Wilson 232. For tho ConstiSunday. tution 297, Against lOOr Master Grover Jnrrett sent Sunday in Brown's majority in tho two precincts 117, Sovcr's 229, Beavin's aVJ, Tomplo's Cloverpoit, the guest of Misses 1'enrl and Noun Porrigo. 344, AVilson's 308, for tho Constitution MrsC Alice II. Mudd nnd her daughter, 305.. Rock vale. For Governor, Brown 114, Lula May, returned to their home in Wpod 98, Erwin 17, Winslow 2. Repre- Louisvillo Saturday. sentative, Sovers 120, Harncd 09. SurMisses Dixie E. Porrigo nnd Violet R. veyor, Beavin 10G, Jolly 03. Coronor, Miller spent Sunday in Cloverport guests Davis 08. For the Constitution, 220, of Mrs. Fred May. against 22. Justic of Peaco, Parson 07j Mr. Bert and family, of Louisville, Mercer 74. moved hero last week. Ho will start! Planter's Hall For Governor, Brown a shingle block mill right away. 30, AVood 8, Erwin 6.;. .For Rcprebenta-tlvo- , Mr. Clarcnco Keith, of Cloverport, and Severs 35, Harncd 10. Justico of Miss Sallio Davis, wero tho guests of ConstiPeapo, Mercer 0, Parson 32. For Miss Eninin English, of Robert's Bottom, tution, 25, ugalnst 13; Sunday. Union Star. For Governor, Brown Rov. Perryclear held service in tho 103,ood 35, Erwin 115. Rcprcsenatlvo His wife and Baptist church Sunday. Severs 108, Harncd 141. For Constituson nro visiting friends hero. tion, 204, against 45. Mrs. Hnrvoy P. Adams, of Cloverport, Mooloyville. For Governor, Brown and her niece, Mima Wolf, of Owons-boro- ,, 75, Wood 25, Erwin 10. For Represenspont sovoral days in town last tative, Soyora 75, Harncd 29. For Surweek visiting relatives. 25. For Constivoyor, Beavin 0, Jolly ' tution, 70, against 20. Mr, Jas, Sawyer, wife nnd two daughWebster. For Governor, .Brown's ters, Misses Virginia ami Anna and majority 71. Sever'a 81? Constitution grandson, Master James Jabine, Mrs. J, & ' . m D, Brasheur aud daughter, Miss Gcnsie, Bowloyvlllo. For Governor, Brown Mr. Robert Smith, all of Owonsboro nnd 50, Wood 45, Erwin f)9.rFor Representa- Mrs. Jennie Jnbino inado up a party that isited tho Tar Springs Saturday and tive, Severs G9, Harncd 139. For Survoyor, Beavin 01, Jolly 102. Coronor, Sunday w to-da" fool good. Owen Seaton nnd Robert Blair met in Chnrloy Maltingly's saloon Monday and got into a quarrel over an old debt that Blair claimed Seaton owed him. Blair claimed that Seaton borrowed a dollar from him sometime ago and wanted him to pay it. Seaton refused to pay it and called Blair a liar. Blajr then turned on Seaton with his eano and About this time Henry struck him. Ike Blair, father of Robert, came up with his knife open and stabbed Soaton four times in the back nnd sido inflicting very ugly wounds but not dangerous. Thoy wero all under tho influence of whisky. arrested tho Marshall Hnmbleton Blnlrsand placed them in jail. They wcro tried before Mayor Piorco ycbter-dnRobt. Blair was fined $25 and his father hold to bond in tho sum of $.0O for his appearanco before the next Cir cuit Court. y. BIG CUTS In our "Tired nature's sweet restorer" Is tho way Miss 1'rettype.n.h characterizes our Soda Wutcr. It Is dilliiuiis and refrehlnj,'. It tones up the stomach, lnijorutci! the brain aud restores llai;i:inr energies. It is the only proper bcer-ujj- e for this weather. We use only I'urc Krult Syrups, In connection with our bakery wc keep a full line ot fancy groceries and confections, DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT; IN F. H. BALLMAN. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH I kept the lead for stylo, oual ity and price, and this week extra efforts will tv do taKen 10 suit an. 'ift we have always SHOE8 ouit 'i ' M r Glendeane Has It. Tho w est Is a noted country for booming towns. But leaving tho west wo may come nearer homo to tho good old Stato of Kentucky, nnd .find settled down in tho central part of Breckcn-.ridg- o county, a progressive littlo town that Kentucky can well afford" to boast of, with a largo Jumbor trade, good railway transportation, shipping headquarters for railroad ties and a well inhabited space of ground. This littlo place will bo hard to beat. It is surrounded by sojne of tho finest farms in tho stato and is known as ono of tho lending stock raising contors in this county. Owing to tho abundanco of lino tobacco raised In this section, a largo warehouse has been erected for its storage. For a shipping point it can not bo excelled. Thero aro moro lumber, ties, tobacco, grain and lino stock shipped each year, than from any other point of Its size on tho I St. L. & T. Ry. It is also situated on a solid body of paving brick clay of tho finest quality, and a largo brick plant thero employing from In 100 to 100 men, islaily looked for. regard to tho booihlna; fevr, "Gloudenno ha4 it.1' line nnrotoinro nrouucou in nun linn. ,TnynronoKnowlodfioilby.oxports to bo Lonsos KNOWN, and aro peculiarly adapted to corroctlntr.tho various vlstral Imporfoo-tlon- s. A trial of thn K0HINO0R will cmivlnoa you thny nro PERfECT SIGHT RENEWERS, every Am thn rnRlilt nf vnnra rt uMnntfflt nTnn.. Imontinff. and nro now pluoocl. owing to tliolrsuporloritr. preeminently nbovo ovory THESE WONDERFUL LENSES CLOTHING ROOM is being marked down, for they must be sold. All other lines are going- at extremely low - rair vrarrantea, by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Pieicrlptlonj Receive Careful Attention. OLOVEltrORT, KY, for Sale ' prices to make room for others. V McElree's Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S aro for ealo by tho following merchants in T B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky.. Summer Excursion Hates to CloverHorses Trained. port For Tar Springs. Wo are prepared to break and Commencing Saturday, Juno 20jh, and train bcrtei continuing until cloao of August tho L. at the very low price of Fifteen Dollari per month. Hones tntruited to our care nl re--f' eelve the very Lett of attJntton and will L handled by an experlencedTraloer. BreokeorlORe Countjr t JelB W. Owen, Cloveroort, u, W. Short, Cloverport. Witt nrainear A 3. J. X Lay, btenb emport. Meador, Hardiniburg, Ssveri. Uolnn Star. Foveral citizens in tho cast end nro organizing a company to sink a gas well for their own private use. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS cured IndlgiitloQ, lllllousnen, Dyipcptla, Mala, rla. Nervousneu. and General Debility, l'lirsl ctaiu rccomnieml tt. All dealers holl It. Genuliie Uiu Iradg mark and cruwKtl tv lluvi on vr'H.T St. L. & T. railroad will sell tickets to Cloverport at ono faro for tho round trip, account Tar Springs, for tho afternoon trains on Saturdays and morning trains on Sunuays only, good to return on Sun day evontng train, S. A. WiKut-- , (5. P. A. Jon Nivitt, Ilailn JofeinmiB, SprtogBSRwM, rtvirglnn, Dreckenrtdo county, Kit y " i. . xSu WT ji.L. -- n .-- T. v JZ&. . l. ii r '"" ' - fc'i.. ' " dz A; Desperate i1 1" I Poor wretcP"B"" Doom. ;j f ttnnimm" JH - ion Jf One l i.. r --- '"i 3 &. SONG . chanted by thoiclc Ernest crs of that uscmusicjan fom&i Js somettnnrmost melodiously on and discoif i,;g cicgant Hno of thom?a Cuffs, handsomo and gauzy, but llwflady Underwear. Drop in at Bubbngo'jj, pcang Wall & Elm, and listen Monarch of praise for the Grntly being Shirt which arc yltcd purcha8. OFTHESHP ,orner ; pr x RECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY, NEWS. 5, 1891. AUGlST Lines Dedicated. To Mr. It. L. S., Porryville, Tennessee. The question that you nsk mc, Do I erer think of thee 1 Has ctatted fre ih those memory hells. That chime so sweet for mc ; Their rfuslc strikes the Inmost chord Of heart anil soul anew, Which brings back fresh to memory Those happy days with you. l'or thou art still as dear to mc Tho' years liae come and gone, As when we used together be In dear old Tennessee, Those happy, happy days, Oh, will they ne'er return r And bring mc back my flower, The fairest in memory's urn. I think of thee at twilight's hour When zephyrs take their flights, Acrolhc bright and blooming Ion, To kiss the flowers good night, Ami when the shadows lengthen, And evening shadows appear ; I think ol thee and breathe a sigh l'or thou art ever near. At noon of night when my weary cje Arc closed with hopes of sleep, Fond memory brings back happy diys And my soul will silently weep, l'or thou art dearer now by far Than all the world to mc, Let come what will, I'll not forget, I'll think ofthec, I'll think of thee. MiHileylllc,Ky., July i, 1S9:. A Wonder Worker. Mr. Frank Huffinnn, n young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that lie had heen under tho care of two prominent physicians, and used their treatment until he was not ablo to get around. They pronounced his case to bo Consumption and incurable. Ho was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discover)' fur Consumption, Coughs and Colds, and at that time was not ablo to walk across the street without resting, lie found, before he had used half of n dollar bottle, that ho was much better; he conenjoying tinued to use it and is y good health. If you have any Throat, Lung or Chest Trouble try it. Wo guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at C5. W. Short's Drugstore. to-da- Obedience. "And, mamma," sobbed J.I10 unhappy threw his slippers across wife, "hc-h- o mo to go to tho and tho "You did right my poor, dear, child, to eonio straight homo to mc." N. Y. Sun. cleanses blood, increases tho appetite and up tho system. It has benefitted people who have- sufi'ered from disorders. It will help you. Sold W. Short. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla tho tones many blood by G. High Wheat Means High Bread. The Farmers' Alliance lists a plan for raising the prico of wheat to tho top notch : but the carrying out of the plan would involve a corresponding rise in the price of tho bread of tho working masses, whose help is sought by tho Alliance. At tho same time, tho members of tho Farmers' Alliance desiro to get tho prico of nil tho manufactured goods which they need down to tho lowest notch ; but their success would mean low wages for tho factory hands, whoso assistance thoy are anxiods to get. N. Y. Sun. Can't Sleep Nights Is tho complaint of thousands suffering from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Uemedy? It is tho best preparation known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a positivo guaranteo at 2oc. and 50c. by G. W. Short, Cloverjiort, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Antiquity of I'la)lii; ChhIh. Tho gamo of cards was first played In tho cast, and seems to havo had a mili tary origin. Cards wcro introduced from Asia 'nto Europe at tho timoof tho Crusades, nud wero first used by necromancers to foretell fortunes. They soon became u popular auiU!euieut in tho south of Europe, where tho Saracens aud Moors taught tho people how to use them, aud card playing spread to all partH of tho continent. Tho stato records h of Germany mention the fact that I, in 1370, was fond of tho gamo and played with ids courtiers. After tho invention of paper tho manufacture of cards became extensive, but declined somewhat when card playing was forbidden by several of the German states and by tho English government on account of tho supposed immoral tendency. Before tho era of paper, cards in tho Orient wero mado of ivory, papyrus and canvas, lesfi frequently of tho precious inotals, and quite commonly of wood. St. Louis Itu-dolpGlobe-Democrat. tily 27. Doro and young land "10 Courbovoio murderers, it J, to death at ft o'clock this morn vcr?t tho Placo do la Roquctte. Tho t Jo at tho guillotine was an exciting jiid horrible one. Borland fought tho .prison guards anil the executioners assistants liko a , demon, pounding, tearing and scraching them every foot of tho way from tho condemned cell to where tho shadow of the great knifo fell upon tho struggling group. Even after tho miserable wretch had been forced into a recumbent position ho mado furious efforts to break away. Tho united efforts of threo assistants wcro necessary to hold the young murderer Btill long enough to permit tho executioner doing his duty. When tho blade finally rushed downward it did so to sond out of tho world one who left it shrieking, cursing and struggling to tho last. Doro submitted quietly to his fato. An enormous crowd of people had gathered last night and very early this morning on tho famous Placo do la Roquctte, where all Paris executions by Tho man tho guillotine tako place. about town and woman about town wcro there in force, regardless of tho fact that they had been anxiously waiting for tho execution for a week past, and that thoy had haunted tho neighborhood of tho gloomy old prison morning after morning, daily expecting tho "feast of blood" to which thoy had inTho voyous and the vited themselves. gamins, tho cocotto and tho grisette wero there in force, filling tho' cabarats, gavottes and the cafes of the neighborhood with their baleful songs aud vile orgies, 'iiireo iiunurcu policemen on foot, 230 infantrymen and 100 mounted officers surrounded tho guillotine. Dore, when ho was aroused from his apparently peaceful slumbers nt an early hour this morning, rubbed his eyes, scowled nt his visitors, and then, guessing tho object of their coining, ho relapsed into a stato of stolid indifference, nnd seemed, to all outward appearances to bo utterly indifferent as to what was Ho dressed himself taking place. calmly and, under tho circumstances, quickly, and thanked the prison officials in a firm, low voico for tho kindness which thoy had extended to him. Doro left his cell and tho prison n a few minutes later with cxtremo comHo mado no objections as posure. Deibler (Monsieur do Paris), tho chief executioner, assisted by his son, attended to the criminal's toilet, executioner's preparations in dress, etc. When ho ar rived upon tho scaffold of tho guillotine, Dore faltered and seemed dazed. He was promptly thrown under tho knife and died without a movement. Young Borland died in an entirely different manner. When ho was awakened ho showed a considerable amount of bravado, and remarked with a g hideous smile : "No more for me." In conversation with the prison officials and executioners while bis toilet was being made, Borland showed that ho resented his mother's reprieve, nnd that he was very much disappointed that she was not to dio with him. When all the preparations for death wcro made, Borland walked jauntily across the prison yard and maintained his air of bravado and cool impudence until ho reached tho platform of tho guillotine. Then ho began tho flcrco strugglo against death. Ah soon as tho heads rolled off into tho basket tho crowds, with a combined mighty rush, broke tho cordon of troops and police, and rushing up to tho scaffold, gloated over tho blood-staine- d apparatus, somo of tho most horrible hiking a handful of sawdust away with them as a souvenir of tho execution. General indignation exists in Paris over tho disgusting sceno which attended tho executions. Tho crowds were disorderly, and tho Placo do la Itoquctto has seldom witnessed such utter disregard for decency. Tho many nights that tho rabble had waited in vain for tho fatal event mado them wild and clamorous when tho law's tragedy was learned to bo at hand, and oven the o presence of the condemned did not that silence which usually prevails at the supremo moiucmt on such occasions. Somo of the crowd professed to bo very angry because tho woman, Borland, had been reprieved. There is no doubt that curiousity to seo tho woman dio was tho choif inducement for tho greater number of iniserables who havo been making tho drinking-shop- s of tho square their lodging places for a number of nights past. Among tho general public thero is a growing feeling against public executions. card-playinpro-dtic- WnritKAH. God in Ids providence has called to broader Holds and more extended labors, our dear friend, fellow teacher in our M. E. Church SouthiSabbalh school, our sister in Christ, ourjlearly loved Miss Anna It. Bassctt. Bo 5jL llcfohed lit. That as a school, Two! tender her our warmest thanks for herj faith-fille- d labors in our ranks years past; Bho bo assured of our earnest lovo that and constant prayers for her in her missionary work nt Laredo Seminary ; of our trust In her God and our God that ho will givo hor souls for hor hire, and that as sho indeed goes forth weeping, bearing precious seed, sho may in tho great day "come with rejoicing bringing her sheaves with her." May her Master's words "according to thy faith bo it unto thco" bo so spoken to her that her crown, when sho casts it at His feet, will glisten with stars from her Hardinsburg classes, and with many gleaned in Mexico. Jtesohal 2nd. That our Secretary bo instructed to givo to Miss Anna a copy of these resolutions, to send a copy to our town paper, Tho Itcpulic, and to tho BiuxKExniiniE News for insertion in their columns, and that they bo placed on record in our Sunday school minutes. Respectfully submitted, ' Miss T. C.Daniel, 1 .Airs. U. W. iseartl, Mrs. J. Totrio. Miss Florence Smith, Committee. Miss Tida Mercer, Dr. Moslcy, G. W. Beard. Hardinsburg, July 20, 1891. Breckearidg County Institute AUQUST 10, 1801. MONDAY. 10:0015 Opening Kxerclse. 10:15 riO Knrollmont of Toachers. by Superintendent. 11:0525 Remarks 11:3020 Remarks by Instructor. 11:50-- 10 Singing. 12:0000 Noon. 30 How to enpiluot a recitation flralmm Ksfcrldge. liSO 2:0015 l'rllnary Heading, Writing and Spoiling -- Miss Maltie Hoiton. 2145-3- 0 Atilgnltiga Lesson Chlntt Royalty. x- IT'S NO USE V Looking for Better Value, Larger Assortments or Lower Prices, than nro offered by us. BedRoomSuits Slb.SO and 17.50. Finished in .Walnut, Ash, Antique or Sixteen Century with a bovcl-cdg- e French plate glass on Dresser. 3.M&S20 3:3516 3:5030 4:2030 4:5030 5:20 Hecess. Singing. Spelling..., "onuing Wtltlnw AdJ!rrijnent. Mix Mattte Adklsson. miss Fannie Urashear. tfl.ln 11...,. TUESDAY. Mils Llllle Cooper. M1 M ,0 0:0010 V:10-- 10:1015 10:25-11:35-1:30-- 9:3140 10 25 30 20 Slnglng, Languaao.Lejjon, Slnelng. Some thnughti Object! of g&i Primary Orammar 10:3550 12:0090 2:0030 Noon. Jrammr.A.T?Jft.5' $K2& TEBelf abooTjiin. Dr. N C. Mosoly. .. ..Frank Jarboe. Milton Coke $19.50 SUITS It is a Sixteenth Century, full size bod, 2:3045 3:1515 3:3050 4:20-40 1'ronouni Infinitive, and lirccis. uomposmon nung i,oucr l,tlc!PIe....7iIouV 'g...... t i, n... fxlra size bovel 5:00 tm w,"U2nfajiMpardner. "w"WyutnaMoely 'ancrawiv-? Drown plate glass on Dresser. It is a beauty. WEDNESDAY. Ooodgoods and low priccsaspccially, Givo us a call and vc will try and plcaso you. Is Life Worth Living? Not if you go through tho world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a positivo cure for tho worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. hou Hrrpi'lltn. 10:2515 10:4030 11:1025 11:3525 12:0090 Sinelnc. Clint Tucker! Oral Lexoni In NumWj Q. S. Wllsoir Common nnd Declmnl Fractions ?mV 10:2015 Recess. Joel It. Pilo.' k 10:3530 The Motrlo System A. a. J. nail. 11:0555 Mensuration 12:0090 Noon. Miss Mollle Claycomb. 1;30 30 Primary Physiology.. . Sidney Iirack 2:0030 Circulation or the Dlood Dr. N, C. Mosely. 2:3045 Alcohol and Tobacco 3:1515 ltccess. 3.30-- 10 Singing. Hot. Thos. Cocks. 3:4045 Tbo Child 5:00 Adjournment. THURSDAY. 9:0010 Singing. Richard Adklsson. 9:1030 Primary History Miss Sarah Moran. 9:4015 How to Teach the Wars Recoss. 0:0010 0:1030 9:4040 HKFtfft'i ?&J mu Vi ; HENSLEY JOLLY, Fanners' Supply Home, HARDINSBURG, KY. Advance History Andrew Drlikell. Some Errors In Teaching History Jas. Cart. Uso of Maps in Teaching History D. C. Clemmons Noon. Mr. G. ii man, in a lecture before tho Boston Society of Natural History, gavo synopsis of sea suako or an inten-iitinsea serpent literature, besides exhibiting a speciins-- a of tho real serpent to tho astonished undience. Tho professor first gavo an historical resume of tho earlier literature upon tho bubject, going back to the time of Pontoppidan aud reviewing it down to date. Futtheron in his lecture hi gavo figures of somo of tho queer murine monsters which havo from time to time frightened sailors aud oth-pr- s allium; to death, deftly drawing each of the figures on a blackboard specially provided for tho occasion. Mr. Garmau also spoke of a most ro uiarkuble recent discovery which lias brought to light a species of shark generally believed to havo becomo extinct many thousands of years ago, tho remains of tho animal being now found in the locks of tho Dovouiau system. Ho is of the opinion that this recently discovered sea tiger is tho original of more than ono blood curdling sea serjwnt story. Tho length aud general outlines of this shark are such as to should hi cjin.se any one except a born naturalist to take fur au immense serpent, an opinion which would, of course, be hei ;htenisl by viewing a dorsal exposure of the creature through a glass in a tioubled tea. Profi-ssoG.irman does not discredit sea mi pi ut stories, however, nnd is of the opinion that there aro many slimy uioiihters lying far down upon tho bottom of tho sea. tho liko of which human eyes havo never yet beheld. St. Louia Republic. '-t r 1:3030 ,2:0040 2 40-- Why Teach Geography Hew to Tench Primary Geography Advance Geography Hecess. Civil Government its Purpose Primary Civil Government John Riytho A HEEE WE AHE AGAIN ! - t Miss Magglo Guthrie, 40 3:2015 3:3530 4:05-- Miss Little Smith, R. E. Pickerel!. Furniture in 30 .4:35 6:00 25 10:2515 10:4030 11:1050 12:9090 1:30-- 9.0010 9:1030 9:1045 Why lo ire Vote John Comer Adjournment. FRIDAY. Singing. Miss Emma May nnd Rosa JJomd. Tbo Recitation Her. J. C. l'otrlo. Morality In School Recces. Miss Emma English. endless varie- 40 10 2:10 3:05 2:5013 Trustees Duties Rer. F. R. Roberts. How to Improve our School Systom Noon. How to secure a full attendance F. M. C. Jolly. What arc the duties of the Superintendent . Iiy all tho Institute. Recess. Miscellaneous Dullness. Adjournment. ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of he public. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla destroys such poisons as scrofula, skin disease, ecema, rheumatism. Its timely uso naves many lives. Sold by G. W. Short. Too Great a Surprise. What's the matter?" asked tho policemen, pushing through tho crowd that had gathered about a man in n fit. "lie ho asked me to to havo somo ico cream," sobbed a girl, "and and I told him N. Y. Herald. o," Hot to Co TtiihU'iI. He Has Evidence of Curing HunTho ignorauco of somo American born dreds and Hundreds of the citizens of foreitm descent in regard to Worst Chronic Diseases. tho precise meaning of somo English words is sometimes rather astonishing. .ssssssssRVHssssssssssssssV. An instunco of this was met with the other day by n reporter who had called at the house of a German onSecond avenue iu tho ordinary courso of his business. The man, who it was afterward learned was U) years old, had been born in this city, uud for at least ten years had been iu business, was not nt first Finally inclined to be communicative. ho stepped a littlo closer to tho reporter they wcro btauding iu the hall nnd said, "Aro yon a coulldenco man?" Tho reporter was indignant, naturally, nnd iu forcible language ho declared ho was no "confidence man." "Ach, well," said the man as he opened the door, "I think perhaps if I told you dose tings my names you would not write, but if you no confidence man J tell j ou nodings." Now Yoik Times. Iiuu';limllmi In Life. URNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER. Fair Dealing. :mz. jjlii:j2t. ISHTNING Honest Prices. NIMENT F0R MAN AFE URE IPESDY 81? praih; BEAST Etc. &. lme BacK , , -- ...o jfW RKHAfWOH-TAYLltMED- yT,M? Investigate their merits. DoWitt's Littlo Early Bisors don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for their popularity. G. W. Short says they would not run a "drug store without these littlo pills. Not a Case In Point. "It's always easier to tear down than to build up." "I don't know nbout that. Two can get married, but it usually takes twelvo to get 'em apart." N. Y. Herald. A trial will convinco tho most skeptical that "O. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" is tho greatest remedy extant for tho cure of Chills nnd Fever. Sold by J. W. tion is very much better as a jiossession than a great deal. A lUtlo is, to tho daily incidents aud events of life, what salt is to meat. The relish it bestows upon them is just us good as a pleasure. If you aro in a sorry plight you can seo help coming by its aid. though, on tho other hand, you ure not tormented by grievous relapses of impatience aud ir upon tho delay of tho arrival of such help, as yon would suiely bo if you wi'ro as imaginative as a poet. And in liko manner, when you aro in tho thick of pioperity, under itsrentle, judicious suggesting you aro ablo to look ahead, foresee tho iucvi.ablo squabs which shall of line weather, nnd follow fciieh a be prepared for t hem. Iu fact, a certain amount of imagination i.i liko ballast to u ship, whcicas too much acts liko a storm upon the bumo ship, catching it with ull buds set. AU the Year Itouud. do-spasi-o- It seems probable that a littlo imagina- bBS yBfiwMTr lK fl DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist. And in charge of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., n.ouse;wiPe.who uses POLIO. iHs well s&idrf he iifoosa islmuzzled inherhouseVTty ftand keep ydur house cle&ruAll grocers keep i Oleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at home) he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know that BAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you want cleanliness, comfort and happiness? Try SAPOLIO ond you will be surprised at your success. Monday, Aug. 17, '91, And Itctiirn livery Weeks llurinir tlio Your. Dr. Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals in the country, and has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities, lie will give $ jo for any case that he cannot tell the disease uud where located in five minutes. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Thoso who beliovo that Dr. Sago's Catarrh Itomedy will euro them nro more liablo to got well than thoso who don't. If you happen to bo ono of thoso who don't beliovo, there's a matter of $500 to help your faith. It's for you if tho makers of Dr. Sago's remedy can't euro you, no matter how bad or of how long standing your catarrh in tho head may be. Tho makers nro tho World's Dispensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y. They nro known to every nons papcr publisher and every druggist in the land, and you can easily ascertain that their word's as good as their bond. You wind your watch onco a day. Your liver and bowels should act as regularly. If thoy do not, use a key. Tho key is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One a dose. Perfect action and perfect health result from tho uso of DoWitt's Little Early Itinera, a perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. W. Short. It is belter to try to innko your homo a heaven than to try to innko heaven your homo. I If you nro nbout to stmt on n journey Treats all Curablo Medical aud Surgical you can't tako any better traveling comDiseases, Acute and CIIHONIO CApanion with you than a bottlo of r'C. C. TARRH, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, C. Certain Cough euro." Sold by J. W. Noso, Throat nnd Lungs, Dyspopsln, Owen. Bright's Disenso, Diabetes, Kidneys, Owen. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and AU my agenu for W. I Douglas Hliae. Soxual Diseases. IT not for mile lu your plnco ink your driller iu Bend fur catalogue, nccuro the Druliiuge. agency, anil get tliem for you. How few ieoplo realize tho results of RTTAKE XO HUUSTITUTB.KJ if extensive drainage, such as a highly civilized country presents. No inconstder-abl- o A Positive Guarantee. changes aro wrought by artificial Young and Middle-Age- d Men draiuago. Much of surfaco water, ino stead of being left to form marshes, Suffering from Spermatorrhea and iinpntcncy as tho soil or bo taken up by evaporathe result of Mlf abuse In youth or excess in tion, is carried away underground ) cars and oilier causes, producing some of through drain pipes. Consequently tho the following cflcctst as cmUslons, blotches, deFOR smavjst. Fon lYtv bility, nervousnesa, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, air is not to moist as formerly, and tho aversion to society, dpfcctltu memory and sexual soil, instead of being constantly chilled cxhauMlon, which unfit the lctlm fur business by ovaporalipn, is rendered warm nnd or marriage, arc permanently cured by remedies genial. This result has been particuWHY IS THE not Injurious, larly noticed in England and Scotland, where vciiy extenslvo areas havo been & artificially drained. centTeWn Holland has been, ono might say, re- THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY? Syphilis nnd Is n tacks or claimed from tho sea. 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The best ment that nas never failed. at this price I same grade wcro along tho lower banks of tho Mis- ilioe ever offeredcosting from L0o to JJJO. as custolie undertakes no Incurable cases, hut cures shoe ltallroad lien sissippi "drowned lads," subject to over 829 30 1'ollee Hhooi Farmers, themi rinocolf. thousands glv.-- up to die, HKJm and LetterCurrlersall wear llemeinber the date and come e.irly, as his flow aud uninhabitable, coveringanarca seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extenyear. Ono laiger than tho stato of Now York. sion odge. flue pair will wear a shoo ever offered at rooms are crowded wherever he stops. SO cnlfi no better 0ba this price t one trial will convinco thoso Consultation free. Correspondence solicited Many of theso lands havo been reclaimed who want a shoe for comfort and service. 1.00 by means of lovees. Thus, by man's in- CO 'J H nml strong Workliiemnn'a shoes andconfidentl.il. ADDUKSS, aro very durable. Those who P Medical & Suikucaii Institute, genuity, tiro tho surface, climato and have given them a trial willnd no other nuke. wear nml 81.73 school shoes aro o'J.00by boys every Dnusl worn tho general physical condition of tho earth DUj No. 309 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. where) tbeyselt oa their merits, as the Increasing sales show, being changed. Now York Ledger. shoe, best I nrliosz Dongola, kclUIDB) SIl.OO. very it rltibt equals French Don't storm tho Hystoin as you would a uiipurieM suocs coiling irom t.uu o eo.uu. Wo cannot afford to deeelvo you. Confi,75 shoe for fort. If hold by tho enemy, constipation, wi are the best nno Donjolx. Murium and durable. dence is begotten by honesty. DoWitt's Cimilon. See that W. L. Douglas name and gently porsuado it to surrender with price aro stanipeu on tne Dot torn or each shoo. Littlo Early Bisors aro pills that will W. L. DOUGLAS, Urockton, Mass. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. 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