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Hi liJ':I.I(i-nUlin- ; THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CbXVEHPOIiT KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1892. The wheat crop from all ovur the Statu Is reirtcd to be extra-flue- . Com is looking widl with a splendid stand nnd the hay crop is xccllent, The following Postmasteis wero appointed for Kentucky: J. A. Parlon, HiyantVi Store, Knox county, vleoT. G. Funlknor, resigned; G. W. Ilamblin, Laso, Whitley county, ice D. IT. Hurley, ijerensed, '"lite to bed and early to rise will shorten tho road to your home in tliq skies," Hut early to bed ami a "Little Karly Riser," tho pill that makes life Innircr-iui- il better nnd wiser. Soltl by Short it Hayncs, Clovcrport, and lieard it Heeler, Hardinsburg. Tho action of tho litonia Jockey Club. In ruling John Hrannon oil' tho turf for alleged complicity in tho fainou8l,olk Radge- - Tupner swindle last full, has Is'en sustained by tho Covington courts. ' While two boys named Ogilvlo wero cutting wheat witli n reaper in McCrack-c- n county, one of them went to fix something aboiit tho harness. Whilo doing so tlie horses started and ho was caught iu tho machinery nnd horribly cut and mangled. lie will probably die. Hrigltt people are tho quickest to recognize a good thing and buy it. Wo sol I lots of bright people tho Llttlo Karly Risers. If you aro not bright these pills will make you so. Sold by Short it Hayncs, Clovcrport, and Heard it Heeler, Hardinsburg. A young couple, of Stanfoid, hint jut been married three months when their family was increased by tho arrival of a little stranger. Tho husband thought it rather premature and thero lists been a disruption of family relations. Tito par-timoved in good society. Mason, Ilodgo it Co., of Frankfort, havo taken a contract to help drain tho city of Chicago into the Mississippi river. The wholo work will cost $20,000,000. They havo nlso contracted to muko a railroad tunnel under tho city of Richmond, Vn for cs '! Adrortliing ! Kot I It ehmildic tlic jtrrceu iui(lfnns In I lid ininil of th Jlnm ut oucccn. TIiu truly I nw their uuccesi to jutllc'loui arfvri VOL. XYL HIS DKIfAM CAM TUUJi y A STORY' OF jjl Tho luinagoment of our business, wo aim llrst at tho "HIGHEST wMl And second at tho LOWEST - E'a&m We beliove our in both pf" these directions have roachod a point that cannot bo surpassed by' our competitors. If you have not seen our latest price list sendor it. We havo an abundant supply of tho best quality of wheat and iu-deav- m rli can fill Special promptly. attontion given to EXCHANGE ORDERS , WW Evory day in the week. Respectfully, JRViNSTOrJ MILLING COMPANY, 1RVINGT0N.KY. . T jmLi-- ' l C ...TAL "" : iiXA,iit,)iJJJ HP 8 qiwm.9 l - Ss WWWJIU (35 u MOIIEJUIK M011ESEST FOK THE tootEABMERS. If you w.int In mako your tim j valuable iyJiIIq delayed cojnu J In tiiRciiliR n'lid lako In Bonio of tho J o nro offering. No ureal bargains mart cuii make or will mako uny Uy-rai- n, Belter Prices Than wp nru milking on goods. No man can buy cheaper than wo do. Wb Imy for dean cash down on tho nail ami wu'll nail tho bargains. NO MAN CAN UNDER-BU- Y US. NO MAN CAN UNDERSELL" US. Wo claim to havo tho Best Goods, Biggest Stock, lowest Prices. .And just bear In mind tfiat wo don't intend to havo any draw in this fight. Wo taj.o nojnan'e dust, r blow, '" stand-of- f but hero's BEST or BUST, Geo. Yeakel 4. Go., KY, BRANDENBURG, Saaaaaaqui Mnaaaaaaflaaosu ThoT. W. I liirnur whiskey Rhould ho ,,, on uwry sidubetiril. Tho I, W, llarpor whiskey should be in uvory Medicine cheat. ,'The I. W. lljirlior whlskoy should be In wry Hub. .. . , . , TI19 1. ' unriicr wiiibm'jt miuum ni every ,mr. ton And "I! 01 I'll" necauso it mo prince Tito itieui h.etnucK whiskies, article-- Sold by -- , F. M. J'UFiiaM, OLMVKIll'niir, RV. camped and occasionally fought, knowing not wheiu wo were going, why we camped, or whom we weio lighting. Occurrences of a Week, Crowded into A rnrm liny llti'itim-i- l uf W'nr In l'nirt There wiib no romance about it. Nothfill Tllllrn .tllll ttlll IlK'lllllllIlt Heuli In Small Spaco As Thoy Hnvo Aping but plain, hard, faithful work; work II In VUI1111 Wore Afloi-uun- l llnallzcil peared From iu which dreams had uo part. I had, as mi thu I'li'lil. iVemarked, long forgotten those of boyhood. A RtTinmur's midday. ALL OVER THE STATE. One crisp December morning, after Tho warm southern broezo gently V BtnoothcH the bearded check of tho 'im- - several days of desultory fighting under 'Glasgow is, enforcing a vagrant law. dulating wheat uml rnstliM ATnong tho' General Ilosecrans, my command marched Into the memorablo battlo of wnispi-ntileiivea or corn 4. Howling Gicen is to havo a paper mill. 'Aiifojd rturrel farm; home, Indolently Stono River. We were on tho extreme Judge J. Mellow i II dii d at C nthian.i, enips'tliu till! tiiiiuth)' in the foncd cor- right in the first day's engagement, and yearc. ner, llu la uttnuhetl to mi old fashlouod Were partaud parcel of tliat unfortunate ugi'd wvcnly-Hi-vt'i- i shovel (ilqw. Uut tlie plow is.ljrlng Idly wing of the great tinny that was hurled for the (uioofdiunki'tt-i- n An on itMKiilo anions the potato vines that back upon the center in disastrous conan is to bo (btablislivd at liopkiiiKvllle. l)t'(l;e the eonillul.l round about, and the fusion. We wero reserves, brought forJohn Whltelinwo was dumned at loosened bridle rein d.uilet a.ilnst tho ward to strengthen an attenuated and long drawn out lino of battle already IIcri'h Landing in Hancock county while sorrel's earn. Now and then u vlgorom Btampiug of outflanked by tho Confederate hordea in bathing. n hoof or awayin.T of tho haul attests tho Marching across open ground by the Mr, 11. ( Puvull, proprietor of the animal' dixu-i- t a- to eertdu pestiferona right flank to our position under a gallPlanter's House ut Owriisbnio, Is thud yellow 111cm that altera attack his ing fire which wo could not return, it leand thrmt. Otherwise the swhh, required all tho nerve and discipline of tigi d till yearn. aivisli of thu bitten nsmiiiil tho rythmic Pair tried soldier to preserve- formation; but The dlrcctoiH of the swaying of the corn aro tho only 801111(13 wo managed to do so, and wero quickly Company havo dccldid nut to have a dlHtmuinliablo nH)ii the suiinuer oir, advancing iu line of battlo across thd fair this ymr. ., j Tho myriad flo.itiit'; flecks of thistle- - UeldsTover fences and dead and wounded, I No other blood mcdiuimi so utilizes dowu uotaelfLily join tho golden spmy to tho support of our comrades already of scientific inquiry nAyer's a:i,l soar aloft engaged. The last field we crossed to from the uodditrr with a million in tangible atom to fall reach them was u cornfield, the stalks Sarsapanlla. in lanes iiuirftirmws, whilo aa inmy dis- still standing, and wo joined them at tho Bond it l.illanl's fatuous distillery tinct and y f coiiitiiiiigliuirpcrfuiiiLH, tho rail fence on tlio farther side and wero burned at Iaiwrencuburg. Itss MO,0l0, daily dellcioiutaitput of gvass and i;rnin, soon hotly at work. assail thu himikm of all animate tbings. To say that the enemy made It warm with no insurance. In n freshly turned furrow between for us is stating it "mildly. A perfect Mr. A. Van Clcav-'- , a prominent cititho corn rnwn near at liild lies a outh cloud of splinters arose from that lino of zen i f Lebanon, has disapp 'tired and his lit full length: Tho dirty Itrpwn feet and fence. Tho range was point blank. Our whcrcultouts are unknown. legn protrude ostentatiously from tho batteries to the right and left and diThu Sfablo of Mr. Phil. t Redd, near short and simple blue overalls; the shock rectly in thu rcur of us leplled effectively with grtipo and canister so low that Caledonia, was struck by lightning mid head of neutral, sunburned hair rest upon an arm, while the disengaged hand some of our own inou wero killed by burned to tin ground with all its conburrows in the soft, warm earth. Tho these discharges. We wero ordered to tents'. soiled cotton shirt is (lung open at tho lie down, but some of tho boys would When people nro bilious nnd dyspepthroat, tile cheap chip hat lias rolled get excited and reckless. - Wo hadn't tic, they need a laxative medicine. In away. It is the figure of a boy of twelve; been thero two minutes before half a yet tho faeo U that of budding manhood. dozen men in my company wero killed such casts Ayci's Pills give perfec t satisA curious mound of earth is in front outright anil two dozen were wounded. faction. of htm a miniature fort, with trench, Thu blood and slaughter aiul shrieks and dipt. John Rye, of llopkinsvillt', died travenw, pnrupot; redoubt upou redoubt, yells and roar of musketry and artillery embrasure nbovo embrasure. Rudely were awful! Tho torriblo ring of those very suddenly nt Hot Springs, Ark., constructed of thu recently turned loam. double shotted britss pieces behind us win re lie hud gone to spend a It hjw already begun to crumble aw'ay will sound in my ears to my dying day. in tho dry, hot atmosphere of midday, It was a living, breathing hell! Cracksmen blew open tho safo of John . Thu gallant whilo the young engineer libs unconfoe came steadily on in Latimur, a merchant of Perryville, and scious beside his work. Ho dreams. And the faco of this sweeping fire. Wo could as he dreama tho mannish look comes see tho 'buttons on their coats. Their robbed it of $100 in money and otlwr into Ins young faco, his square jaws are officers rode backward and forward be- valuables. set und hN bauds now and then are tween the lines, waving swords on high. Karly Risers, Karly Riseis, I'arly Risclinched. IIu mnttors in his sleep, and Ono of thorn was mounted on n snow ers tho famous little pills for constipaonco cries aloud, so that tho old sorrel white charger, n conspicuous mark for tion, sick headache, dyspepsia and nerpauses iu the process of uristication for our rifles. Ho heemed to bear a charmed vousness. For wile by Hiort& llnynes, a moment and turned his white face to- life. with many others, Clovcrport, nnd Heard & Heeler, Har- ward thu com. pei haps, I tried for him, without suc- dinsburg. In this vision the youth had grown to cess. Frank Steele, of Versailles, was acquitmanhood. Thotld. dull, hated f.irni life It was my last shot A riflo ball struck ted in tho United States Colirt.nt Frank-fm- t, had faded into the forgotten past. He mo in the left sido nnd hurled mo sevof the charge of sending obscene was a soldier. Ho bad always longed eral feet backward, stunned and bleedliterature through tho malls. and hoped to bv n soldier. Ho h.id read ing, in it furrow of tho cornfield. the lives of the groat military heroes, Col. Dudley Ilaydon, of Imisvillc, "My poor boy!" said a kindly voice ut pored over the romantic adventures of my side, "where is it? Aro you badly died suddenly at ltucna Vista Springs, the soldier of fiction ami often sighed hmt'e" It was our major in tho next near Ruellville, where he had gone to when he thought of tho peaceful era and furrow, no rtretched his unit over'und spc,nd tho hot mouths, aged 75. tinmilitary couutry in which he lived. laid his hand tenderly upon me. Hall's Hair Ronower eradicates and Now, here at List ho wore a uniform, "Givo 'm h II" he houisely shouted, slept iu a tent and cooked at a camp fire, with quick repetition. His hand had prevents . thu formation of dandiufT, There were thousands of other soldiers sought anil, found mine, and thu gentle thickens tho growth, ami buutifles the around him everywhere. Throngh his pressure brought up tho sweet memory hair as no other preparation will. boyish dreaiuujiad long floated tlni unof homo and mother. Two boys, llnrry Swnpo and Tom Rice substantial shadow of marches and "Ammunition! Wo aro out of ammu- wero out hunting, near Kuterprioo when drills and battles, the glistening steel f nition!" Tho cry roso along tho fence. Rice was accideiitly shot in tho head h bayonets, the clang of arms, the roll of "Jly box, major my box," said I. revolver. Ho will die drums and tho rumble of artillery. Now roused in a moment to the occasion. Ho witli a ho was a real soldier. Ho pinched himunderstood und fumbled nervously at my If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if vour self for fear it was only another dream. belt. blood is thick ami sluggish ; if your apThis was a glorious life! How little "Havo you a knife?" petite is capricious and uncertain, you his old schoolmates and playfellows "Reach in my pocket," I feebly replied. could realize his future! no would cacvo Ho did so. It was a common pocket need a Parsaparilla. For best results out a name for himself that they would knifo, with a large, keen blado. IIo cut take Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Hay-ni'delight one day to honor. lie was not at my belt. Tho sharp steel went through Clovcrport, and Heard & Heeler exactly clear just how ho had become Ieathor, overcoat, jacket, underclothes Hardinsburg. a soldier or whom he was expected to and skin. No mutter. I knowit, felt It; Mr. Moses It. Glenn, of the Central fight, but this fact didn't bother him, but it seemed painless nnd unimportant. Ho found tliimsclf marching. It was a Tho major Hung tho cartridgo box, City Herald, and Miss Sadie Jcrnette, vast moving uriuy. Tuoy inarched" and belt und ull Into tho nearest group. In of liuvicr, will be married in tho Methomarched and marched: Ho was tired doing so he never removed his other dist church at, liuvicr Juno GU. almost to death, "but there' wai no halt. hand from mine tho bravo old soldier! OwciiBUoro lias organized a boto ball He was terribly thirsty, but there was His loud voice of command was ono conno water. Ho thought he would dio of tinuous cheer of cucourngement. It roso company. They have put up $2,500 and thirst, and he remembered his mother's upon my oars between tho terriblo ring- will proceed immediately to fqneo ft well and tho jug of cool water in the ing souud of thu brasses behind us and park, build a grand stand, piako seats, shade of the fenco corners at home. the demoniacal scream of tho flying etc' Suddenly ho was lying in tho same frames of our grape and canister. Wo truly believo Do Witt's Llttlo kind of a fence corner on tho edge of a I saw my comrades pounco upon my cornfield, his guu poked through bo cartridgo box like so many terriers upon Farly Risers to bo. tho most natural, tween the rails. The roar of battle was a rat, snaking ami tearing it to pieces. most effective, most prompt and econoaround him, the enemy was in front of Thou I saw uo more. mical pill for biliousness, indigestion and him. The latter camu steadily on, rainI was lyiug in tho corn furrow on tho inactive liver. For salo by Short A Ilay-ne- s, ing lead and iron as they advanced, In old farm. Tho sorrel horse was cropping Clovcrport, and lieard it Heeler, vain houud his comrades struggled; in grass iu the fence corner, whilo 1 Hardinsburg. vain tho hurtled shot and shrieking stretched my boyish limbs upon tho shell.' Tho foe catnoon and on. Tho warm earth. The tall stalks nodded Tho trial of Coonrard Kurtz for killing cries of tho wounded and groans of tho above mo, and tho rustling of many John L. Gore, at Cecilia, hist winter, was dying rose high and soul piercing above leaves soothed my senses. Tho yellow tho din of battlo. Tho enemy woro now germs fell from the swaying tassels into posponcd until tho next grand jury coming on in a run, close, nearer and my face. Hero and there tho virgin silk meets on motion of Attorney Chapcze nearer, Just thou ho felt u sharp pain came forth like golden curls to stir my Wathati. in his side. Ho fell in one of tho corn riponing imagination. I was terribly John Wurnock, one of tho most noted furrows, a bullet through his body, thirsty, und tho well was across tho o whilo tho foe with ono wild yell and meadow and over tho hill. I could seo gamblers in tho country, committed at tho Smith House nt Cynthiana, crash of musketry plunged through tho my dirty faco und spiky hair in tho cold lino of battle and trampled him into un- liquid depths. Thu brown moss clinging by taking laudanum. IIu died without consciousness. to tho curbing was soothing to tho oye. money or friends. In tho excess of his terror the boy My thirst grew upon mo, nnd yet, though It is n truth in medicine that tho awakes with tho cold perspiration startI kuew that well was only over thero, I ing from overy pore. Tho old sorrel, sadarod not go homo at such an early hour smallest doso that perforins' tho euro is tiated with fence corner diot, has turned for fear of parental displeasure What tho best. Do Witt's Little Karly Risers about into thu corn, and after smashing a funny dieam that was! To think that tiro tlui smallest pills, will perform tho down n half dozen hills finally stumbles I would over bo ii'soldlerl Well, well! curt! nnd aro the best. For salo by Short over tho somnolent youth. Confound that old horsot He is drag- it IlayncH, Clovcrport, and Heard it Heelging down the corn! Ho is why, ho er, Hardinsburg. Do you believe in dreams? ' yill tramplo on mu! And I'm nslocp and d wuko up! This is horrible! cannot Little Florenco Smith, tho .If you do not, then.a'.op right horo. A wild, mud rush, a trembling of the For this Is' uo fancy sketch. I was iliiughtei of Charles Smith, of tho earth, a deafening roar, like that which firm of Smith, KlliBoiut Co., Hickman, that boyish dreamer. Npw, there nro dreams and dreams; accompanies the deadly Cyclone. The fenco is swept down by tho luu fell into n cistern nnd drowned beforo those which leave not a wreck behiud man blast us if it wero built of tooth- hell) could reach her. and those, which leave an impression which tlir.o cannot easily efface, It was picks, William Hrown, a laboring man residhours bemany u to igilay of tweijty-fou- r , Those of our command who can run ing at Middletown was run over and killfore I for,'ob that dream I have hero have fled before it. "Goodbyl God help you, my poor ed whilo attempting to jump onto n irlelly sot down. Not that I stipposod lloyl" It was tho last pressuro of the freight train whilo it was running. It for an ltn aut tluvVit was to bo in any was n foolhardy caper nnd his lifo paid way ussoo itod with my future life, I major's hand. " ' Then tho gray columns b wept over ua thoforfiit. was but u farmor's lad. Tho great rebellion w deli followed six years later and I lay beaten into tho corn furrows A pain in the side or back and spots hud proba .ly, not bepn oven dreamed of by a thousand rushing feet. Charlos on the face indicate- kiilnev nnd liver disby my olde. . Tho idea that 1 would Theodore Murray in Philadelphia Press. order. Mr. Geo, P, I'kikes, Lorontz, W. !eyerbo a diHer had never crossed my youthful lOMgiuutlon. I , was gorged "You can nover put too much water Vu.siys; "I bud kidney trouble for with inilltn and naval stories, but that in milk if you always put it through the over two years. Huyo tried different I would o r beat musket and bayonet cow's mouth." Tills Is ono of many kinds of kidney medicine, but got no rein battlo moru occurred to ine tli.i it analogous aphorisms by Professor lief. I was not jiblo to rido horsobacV, had occu d ro ma that I would wi nr tho Canadian dulry commissioner. and scarcoly ablo to attend tq my .busisteel corselet and bieast plate and wield ness. I commenced using Lightning The druggist Is no longer a manufaca battle ux. Kidney and Liver Remedy, riu! beforo I d Nevertheless, it so 'happened that war turer of his compounds, nnd has mortar und pestlo to be a dispenser had used onu bottlo I bewan t improve. and all Its horrors finally came to thla laud, and that 1, in common witli a of the products of laboratories where riiavntakim four or five IhvUU ami nnH Forsalq by hII dotto million or Mi of others, bore arms iu the whirling machinery docs tho wcrk. almost cured." it-lIlu-tonilta-ties s, bid-didseven-year-ol' llob-ortsu- u, ban-(site- STONE TLEHELD. niven oat- - field. My service1 was that of hundreds of thousands, north mid south, that of tt My vs. private soldier, Inconspicuous. pcrlence was like theirs, not worth Individual record. Wo pimply mulched an 1 SHORT STORIES, As Told By Live Kentucky cliangos. Ex c If., 1 .1 t , till THIRD STREET LIVY LOUISVILLE'S GREATEST MANUFACTUItnitS OV CLOTHING HOUSE. 1 THE NEW HOUi .IS -- 4 h&&e2&sk5S!Z3 MSPrl i - -- Ci-" W7 , HU"r-I-?- r-a n jA I H To bo built on llio old corner - t. i' THIRD & MARKET. OUR mj v mH QinM !!Jia f QUT-QF-TO- WN MiiSlli2i Keep constantly on liunil u largo stock of FRIENDS Aro now invited to visit us in Teinttora- ry Quarters, ,T1 West Market, between Third and Fourth, North sido. Wo will remain hero until Feb. 1S1W, when we go $750,000. J. WillJ)orr, a prominent young business man, of Princeton, committed suicide by taking fifteen grains of morphine. His sweetheart, Miss Maud Dunning, a very pretty and cultivated back to our old corner nnd into our new house. And in tho mean time business must bo dona, on tho "From-liand- principle. Wu'll always bo crowded for room, nnd will hnvo to shoveout stock as fust us it conies in. Our motto must he - WW L.OTJTSVTT.T F.fcs$L GREATEST vr f , young lady had jilted him anil thus caused him to commit tho terriblo deed. Mrs. L. R. Patton, Rockford, III., writes: "From personal experienco I can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, neurit for impure blood and general deCL.OVERPORT, KY. bility." Sold by Short it Hayncs, CIov-por- t, and Heard it Heeler, Hardinsburg. Thotlast will and .testament of Mrs. Anna K Rylund, wortli half a million, Slio gavo was probated at Frankfort. $2,000 to the Foreign Missionary Society of tint Protestant church of this country, and $1,000 to thu Church Ruilding Fund of tito samo church. All thu balance of her property, both real ami personal, she bequeaths to her nieces, Mariuh 11. Dud ley and Catherine G. Reid. It is a fixed and immutable law that to have good, souud health ono must havo puro, rich und abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. Sold by Short & Hayncs, Clovcrport, and Hoard & Heeler, Hardinsburg. W A. Stockdalc, 'Deputy City Marj shal of Mnysvillo, and Hoby Price had a regular shooting match witli each other as targets. Hotli are seriously wounded. Thoy aro old enemies nnd both havo figured in shooting scrapes before, but not MVlll bo sent to any address with each other. from now until January 1st, W. L. Duddcrar wanted to marry Miss cents. lS'JU, for twenty-liv- e Mary Parrisli, in Lincoln county, but Campaign year is now at there woro parental objections and mi hand ; jou must keep posted elopement had to bo. planned. Mr. P. K. and thu way to do so is to Parrisli, father of tho intended brido, nad TIIK COMMERCIAL cau jht onto tho scheme, und whilo Dud tho only truo exponent of was on his road to steal tho young dcrar protection nnd sound curlady, tho father mot him witli a double-barrrency iu the South. shot gun and turned him back. Nothing daunted, nuother attempt was : SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY : made a week afterward which proved successful, and tho couplo wero married And examine it carefully at Jcllico, Tonn., whither thoy had fled. you will bo snro to subscribe. Mr. Dpddorar is about 10 years of ago, Address all letters und maku e whilo his brido is much younger and all checks and very protty. orders payablo to Tho most horrible accident that ever happened in Kentucky was the falling LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, of tho now bridge across Licking River II LOUISVILLE. KY. from Covington to Newport. Tho falso work loaded with thairon work for tho now structure camodown witli a crash, carrying witli it 03 workmen. Of the (El, Sclontlflo American only 17 escapod witli their lives and only Agency for Tlioso two of tlii'so wero uninjured. that lost their lives were cither mangled or crushed in tho most horrible manner by the fulling pieces of iron and timber or wero drowned. Tho Board Brothers, OAVEAT8. contractors of Pittsburg, happened to bo on tho bridgo nt the tlmo and both wero neaiON patents COPYRIGHTS, etc. killed. Thoy aro thu samo men that For Information and freo rtandbook wrlto to MUNN A CO., Ml ntlOADWAT, NIW Yony. built tho big bridge across tho MississipOldoat bureau foriecurtnn patent In America. pi at Memphis. Krory patent taken out tr u U brouBbt before Urn publlo t7 a notice gUen freo of charge In the Such llttlo complaints as heartburn, headache, tootacho, sour stomach, etc., Lantoat circulation of any actentlrta paper In the aro not often fatal, but very annoying. No Intelligent world. Splendidly tjluitrated. man ahould bo irlthoulMt. Weekly, 83,01) All such troubles nro quickly cured by CO, yeart 11.60 alz ruonthi, Atldreti MUNN r way. New York. V0BUsasns,3U Broad Lightning Hot Drops. . Mr. Shops, W, Vn., says ; "I havo been afflicted witli heartburn nnd sour stomach for, four vears. Found no relief until I used Lightning Hot Drops. 1 can hon estly say that Lightning Hot Drops has AH dealers sell It. cured mo entirely," 25 and 50c. Itottlee, Blaine "Keep Moving" And we propose to Hvo up to it by n continuous system of "Moving" prices. Wo must buy as many goods as ever nnd wo must bell them. So we'll take no chances. Don't come to Ixmisville without paying us a visit. Order by mall if CLQTHIN HOUSE. : Third Street Planing Mill, V, 1 S' b2Z2ari3i K2XS2ETJK. HARRY GUEMTHER 401-1- 07 you can't comu. & BRO.'. East Main St., i 25e o"7v7"Ei3rsB02eo, sets'. ts-SbO-- EZfcTO - ZIfcTlElS; From I jpSS335 33--'- to 500 horse power. DO Gt - NERAL The Weekly Louisville Gomtnercial FOUNDRY AND MACHINE d BUSINESS el Munufncturo Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Kcop in Stock Now and Second-hanMachinory, " Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangors, Brass Good Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. G-IYB TJS Ji. O-A-Xj- MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Regular and Reliable Post-offic- $. FURNITURE SEWING PICTURE DEALER MACHINES," . Is always on hand with a full stock, including IjTMtlM i Coffins, Burial Oaskots, FRAMES, TRIMMINGS, ETC, Always call on him and ascortain prices boforo purchasing olsowhoro. IIo means just what ho says. Ho cannot bo undorsold, M. HAMMAN, OLOVKRrORT, KY, A.O.-Raync- Louisville Institute, . ,ia 'jkV FOR THE LIQUOR HABIT 1008 First St., Dot. Jacob & College Sts., Louisville, St. DR, SflMUBL H. GftRVIN, MfVNRGER. Wm.lUy. McClartr,;B, The company conjUU of Thos, L. Barrett, J, M. Athertoo, John II. I.cathru, C. 11, Moon, M. Schwartz, Louis and Julius llnkhtw.t, W. JI. Bailey, C. 1. Moomaa, Clinton HMsdia. i. 1'. KrtK, Cbailci V, Johnson, Jw4ro 11, 11, Tlwpou. CWf j- OTTX&ES OF THE Children Cry for Pitcher's-Castorla- . When Cabj- - waa sUk, ra goro her Cwtorlo. Wliqa the wai a CW1 J, tfce ertal far OtterU, Wneo (be twearaa MU, sfa olung to Contort, When she bail Chlldwa, K gare Uwm Out orta. ' 1 II -- rfdflEBiiBBiViBiBililiiiiaBaLk I paSSflHH aj iX&TSfiiSFi l;Q MM v WM of en .. we I..W .11. In " iM s,ii t"r f.. "!3Lm i,jr,'prp?..JiViiii. uiwiu't. ... niiiinnni T Ua ar T.jMwmn:Lt--rvTt. w1""" ' " o,.?,,ou0 new Tiw m I, . UO iMna IWTTTTTT A. W. . J" .on nr' "TDfrinc'nyiirtcaTere. 1 iWiHHBHBHHBIW11"1 -- I "'- - w i r nnw . """ ....1 .b iuuiHr. i. iw" ii ,J1il irniiliiirri - llll i , 'T " lllllfTT' , ' vi:i- -;i - - MPriDliirt. .iimii ,TVifift Iii the Latest st --- . " l Z mr "-M- MI s. a "" i i - .. '' : - - - infaliM IITT- T"--t- "" - T .W- - 31 ,&, n, kbjii, Oir.l ' aiiMlflMmlWllifi ti - - - - " -- m Jedinl ri,w, V 1 " - "KTBKjl I ' r. 'V.." null KM fr ('' 3 'r -- Li ' fry-- ,, rf i. in umimmmtmtm&mtS , . "v ffifiT News. PAY, JUNE 22, 1802. 27;; uixxiupous putfoiim. HAHDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Conrad Deppo was in town Sunday Huston Stiles went to Clgverport Sun- daj Mrs. W. II. Morgan has lieen 111 for somo tlmo. Mr. and Mrs. Klllfs Dye, of Clifton Mills, wero in town lost week. Master Will Robertson started Saturday for Arkansas to visit relatives. Our town trustees presented tho marshal, W. 11. Morgan, with a new uniform Mr. nnd Mrs. Dr. Vnugn, of Louisville, nre tho guests of their son, Robt. W. Vnugn. Misses Blnncho nnd May Claycomb, of Irvlngton, nro visiting their cousin, Miss Snllio Davis. Mr. Bill Pendleton, of Cnnnolton, Ind. took up ldsabodo in tho calabooso Sunday night, for disorderly conduct. Mrs. J. H. Bennett and Mrs. Jnno Brooks went to Whitesvlllo Saturday to visit thoir father, Mr. Caloh Hall. Messrs R. K. Hicks and Vick, operators of shops at Clovorport, wero In tqwn last week, guests of W. Houston Stiles. RevCopass held scrvico in church tho second Sunday. Ho has accepted the call of tho church for tho remainder of the year. Mrs. Dr. S. L. Helm, son Joe, Miss Afilo Spears, of Spears, Ky,, Miss ilamlo Washington nnd Mr. Robt. Herndon, of Irvington, wero the guests of Mrs. L. B. Helm last week. Cialo Allen Stiles, son of Johnson Stiles had his hand mashed in the saw mill lust week, amputation of two fingers was necessary, Drs. Leo nnd White performed tho operation. On Wednesday, Juno 16th, nt 9 n. m. Mr. Will B. Lennin, of Hnrdinsburg, and Miss Nora Hall, of this place, wero united in marriage, Rov. S. P. Stiles officiating. They left immediately for Hardinsburg, where they will mako their future homo. A crowd of our young people spent a day last week in fishing on Yellow Bank, nenr Roberts' bottom, all rcjorted a splcnid time, dinner nnd to spare, but it would not bo well to inquire as to'the amount of fish caught. Misses Addle McCoy, Georgia Violet R. Miller, Llzzio Stiles, Ettn English, Messrs Will English, Jas. McKaughn and Huston Stiles composed the crowd. v r I Tho platform cvoUed by tho National Itepubliean Comentiim is ns gntnd a . G.BABHAGK, Rdlton and plcco of mosaic ns lias over como from PProOfMorii, the taffy manufactory of the G. O. 1. ' bttcal Tlmii It glows with unqualified assertions and Cum. R goUtgKait 10.01 a.m. its inconsistencies arc bo obvious that any a.m. " tnwii iu.it p.m. American farmer, who reads it, can nnd Kftit 5.57 " West l.46 p.m. will see them, and wonder at tho bad H, 11.1 a.m. philosophy displayed in every article. " Weit -- lO.Oi a.m. They began by reaffirming tho doctrino of protection, and pointing to tho reducCircuit Clerk. d to announce II. S. Sklllman tion in prices of necessities, brought Br re.elprffnn tnli nttf- - nf r.l- k, subject to tho action of the l)e. about by tho Republican Congnm Then they point with prido to tho success of thd Republican policy of reciprocity, nnd jjzed to announce A. M. Glaignw K a cAndldale-faCircuit Court direct attention of Democrats to it, halfthe action, of the Democratic way calling it a Democratic doctrine. Such logicl If reciprocity were a DemoI to announce Int. 1' Stewart tcandldatc Tor Circuit Court cratic principle, tho Republican party the action of the Democratic should not think of parading it as such. for a borborized to annouce Orantllle S. They should descrvo no honor kndidate for Circuit Court Clerk. rowed doctrine. But tho crime is still action of tho Democratic ptrty. worse, from tho fact that the policy is not Democratic, and they wish to put it TO BE G ROVER. The recioff on tho Democratic party. Bt dcspatcbcB from Chicago procity policy is nothing moro nor less JJio Domination of G rover than barter, a relic of savagery, and the Never before witliin tho Democratic party endorses it no moro tnd. than it endorses n high tariff. They reM the countrj' was tliero Buch an affirm their opposition to the combinasmi exhibited aa is now being tion of capital in trusts to control tho in that city. Cleveland is tho conditions of trade. How can a condiL,lht democracy, and it is Impossi tion bo remedied, when the cause of it is iMefeei him. Thousands and tens cultivated? Tho present tariff is tho LiiNinils of people from all over tho parent of trusts. Without it thoy could can it bo increased nnd xi Jiaye assembled in tho "Windy not exist. How ? trusts annihilated faml thero is one continuous loud They commend tho spirit and evidence for Grover. Tho convention will of reform in tho civil service ; but thoy 1y bo ready for balloting fail to name any of tho evidences wit' and thcro is hardly a nessed in Harrison's administration. not Tho platform is very much like tho Mo chance for Cleveland not to be man's dog that "caught the coon goin sited .on the first ballot, and it may and comiu'." hat bis will bo tho only name before or n.ui-msolyeniion, aim him iiumniuiiuu win Tin: Hill and a. liv iiceLimntion. , &r. oniy names inui may pos- je wie todcred in opposition to him. It seems pet fectly natural that Harriplace, Gray, of Inbiana, is son is the nominee of tho Republican econd was favorably sioken of, though party for President. His nomination nnd nlmost a necess'ty. niinntlon is not yet a certainty by a logical one Aside from the significance of the act as means, nun any gooa man on an endorsement of tho party's own work. ithe AVest, the ticket will sweep tho Tliero is not in the Republican party a AH doubts of Cleveland's ntry better Republican than Harrison. He is Ho is is representative. ftilml? arev being rapidly dispersed, typical. He versed in the philosophy of 4si bitter enemies are falling thoroughly politics that treats of methods of main, Mo tiUul wdve, and declaring that tabling a pirty in power. Ho is in lino lure With their party. of hi with the shrewdest party. He rewarded the raiser of a corI: many friends of Robt. E. Woods ruption fund with a position in his cabi) pleased to know that he has net. He faored the Force Bill. He apen tlin record at tho Columbian Uni- - pointed more relatives to paying offices hlv iJfw School nt Washington, I). C. than, perhaps, all the other Presidents an tho "Parker Prizo" of $100 for together. The total cost of the Harrison est examination in his class, the family to the Government for four years iprfio, $20, for original essay, and runs up in tho neighborhood of half a t prtza in the annual debate, con--million dollars. His administration is a Set of "Smith's Leading notabloforamostsham'-fuladministratioh" nnd "Constitutional Limitations." of tho Pension Bureau, for stealing the "is success can bo better understood representation in the Vnited States SenJt is,knowi that never before with- - ate of a new State, and for creating States fusion' of tho institution lias so of mining camps, for tho purpose of refosV graduated at one time, and taining partisan control. before lias more than ono prize If there is a brilliant act that marks . t6 a single individual. Mr. Woods the administration of Mr. Harrison, it Is onichonnrs that no other person attributed to tho wisdom of tho man he Sit at this renowned school won defeated nt Minneapolis. A majority of in over students mat deoted tncir tho delegates saw in Harrison a more nolo time to their studies, while he all thorough Republican than Mr. Blaine. time fulfilled his duties as a Depart- - While ho lacked wisdom he had the ftU clerk, and studied only in off hours and tho mantle lwrrowed of Blnino v"auu nut umy tiu ins irieiiiis in iiumu to carry him through. Tho American knjtiiirA litm lmt lin la 1tfiitir.nttitttS?iinnf- - people have had enough of him to do kl by newspapers all over the land. Well them a long time. may Cloverport and Iireckenridge court- r, ftifecl proud of their boy. It is noticeable that since a few denominations of tho North nnd The authorities at Ashland have made Convention hnvo passed obligatory upon the citizens to bo vac the Republican resolutions, encouraging tho raping of ated, behoving that it will be better by black htutcs, tho dasrvaccinato now than to have the small- - white women tardly crimes hae increased in a marked b ''pox later on. Only n llttlo over a hun- - degrco all over tho countrj' and especially years ago physicians were mobbed All you have to do is to in the South. . in Boston and their families spurned for negro just a little in this to intimate that vaccination encourage the 'tending will do the rest. was a good thing. It was argued that it direction, and he to attempt to avoid a punish was a sin ment that it was God's will that we Tut: Hon. Win. O. liradlej-- , of bIiquM suffer. The w orld "do mot e." had a diamond pin worth $400 .. - ot. ex- - stolen from his shirt front while in at.. .. r.r. ' JUn. kmmons limine, oldest son tendance at tho Minneapolis Convention. Secretary Blaine died at Chicago last It does look like some people will never Saturday morning, nfter a brief illness, Hadn't ho been in learn anything. Lswhich no one thought was serious. Tho such company often enough to know untiring work which he gave his father's what a man might expect unkss ho kept cause at tho Minneapolis Convention, n "seunned" eye ? tho strain nnd excitement, coupled with tho keen ilisapjwintmeut of his defeat, is In the report of the conference comthought to hae hastened his death. bill Every American citizen cannot help but mittee on tho judicial made to tho Senate last Friday, the Ninth sympathise witli the great statesman In District is composed of Breckenridge, tin's, his greatest bereaement. Meade. Hardin and Grayson. This will Ma. Carnegie, the great iron and steel probably bo our district when tho law manufacturer, who advocates protection passes, and candidates for district ofiices that tho American laborer may get tho can now begin to spread themselves. benefit of higher wages, congratulated Fhom the outlook now, Dr. J. M. fcMr. Harrison on his nomination, and the reduc- Howard, of Muttinglj', Kj'., isa pretty saino day ordered a tion of wages in his great manufacturing good guesser, and may capture the fin,t establishments. Ho probably intends to BitrCKE.vuinoi: Nkws prize, $00 in cash. contribute liberally to tho Republican His guest is Harrison nnd Reld, and campaign fund, nnd the poor men that Cleveland and Graj work for him must pay for it. Now, that tho council has nt last noticThe Governor of South Carolina has ed that the hogs and dogs have become said to the Governor of North Curollna, a nulsanco in tho city of Cloverport, tho and all other governors and the general days of theso pests are numbered, and public that ho would himself lead a mob thoy must go. Don't go to an extreme, to lynch a negro that had assaulted u gedtlemcn, but give us a conservative white woman, provided there wii3 no law that can bo enforced to tho letter, doubt of his guilt. So would almoht any other whito man, though they don't exTiik qualifications necessary to obtain press themselves as freely as the Govera position on tho tail end of n Republican nor of South Carolina. National ticket, is to bo tho possessor of unlimited bondlo. Reld is well qualified Since tho passage of tho McKinley bill for tho placo. for tho solo purpose of benefiting tho "American Laborer", tho wages, of said Il.vwwvn i.k, Juno 21, 181)2. Kditoii "Amorican Laborer," in ninety-nin- e cases out of a hundred, have either re- Nkws Will j'ou give mo spaio to return o my thanks and tho thanks of my father mained at what they were before its or have been reduced, while he has to tho pastor and trustees of tho Methodpaid more for the necessaries of life; and ist church for so generously offering it aro multiplying in for ray pupil recital on Juno l.'ltli. J.lso strikes and lock-qut- s to others who so kindly aided mo. My land. tho pupils and friends of Irvlngton and Thousands of bushels of the hew wheat Hawesville wish mo to oxprc&s their apcrop aro being sold in advance- of harvest preciation of tho hospitality shown them for tho low price of 70c a bushel. Surely by tho peoplo of Cloverjwrt, Very slnccrolj', ve Harrison hard times Ella F. Goodson. L, H. &.W. TIME TABLE. O01NO rongor Dally arr. Miss WEST. Hardlnburg..l2:4J KiST. p.in, GOING Paiiengor Daily atr. Il&rdlniburg.. 7:50 a.m - ' Et r r- x. wire-worke- rs -- big-hea- Mary .Bowmcr returned homo last Saturday. Look, at the Davis Verticlo feed at Hardin & Brown's. Sir. Rogers, editor of tho Hnrtford Republican, was here Mouday. We deliver all goods freo of chargo from our house. Ilnrdin & Brown. Now is the time to paint j'onr houso. No dust nnd cheap material nt Beard & Heeler's. Como on with j'our spring chickens, eggs, etc. Wo nre in tho trado. Beard & Beelcr. Mr. B. F. Beard left for Chicago last Saturday to attend the big Democratic Convention. ' Mrs. C. L. Beard went to Louisville last week to visit relatives nnd frionds in that city. $2.50 at Beard & Becler's will buy a coat, pants, vest, pair of shoes and hat. Why not dress up ? Tavern License wero granted to Thomas Adkisson, Irvington, in ' the County Court Monday. Mr, James Glasscock's little child that lias been very sick for some time is now improving nnd thought to bo out of danger. Wo nre on top nnd if Biunll profits nnd fair dealing nre any inducements to tho people, wo are hero to stay. Hardin fc Brown. Children's Day will bo observed at the M. U. Church South tho first Sunday in July. An attractive program is being arranged. McMillens advice to the Republicans Monday was for them to stand solid. Ho was opjosed to them uniting with tho Allianco Pnrtj. Rev. K. M. McMillen, tho Republican candidnto for Congress, spoko at the court houso last Mondaj. Ho was followed in a speech by Mr. Langford, tho Farmer's Alliance mau. The Republican County Committee hold n meeting hero in the city linll Monday and Mr. Reuben Miller, of Cloverport, was elected countv chairman, nnd Mr. Jcsso Kskricluc. secretnrj'. Wo mako n spcciully of picnic iroods and will furnish them to parties through ttie country cheap as thoy can get them in the city, nnd we will take back all that aro in good condition nnd that are not sold. Hardin & Brown. Miss Katie Kskridtro cave an ice cream supper last Friday night in honor of her guest, Miss Clara Morris, who is visiting her from Big Spring. Tliero were quite n number of the young folks of the place present, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Commissioner Babbaco sold several tracts of land nt tho court house door Monday. Mrs. J. I. Hall purchased tho Matthew '8 tract in tho Cut Off at $120. Tliis land was valuable for its timber only. Tho other tracts were small and wero bid in by the plaintiffs in tho suits to pty their judgements. Tlio houso and lot of R. K. Thompson was bid in by Dr. A. M. Kincheloe at $500. The Democrats were trying to arrange a sheriffs ticket hero Monday, but wo don't think thoy enmo to any decission. It was reported a few days ago that a ticket had been made out, but tho nint-tc- r is still in doubt. Unless a ticket can bo framed that will suit nil sections, there is likely to .bo n contest in the ranks. Several parties want to run and it is doubtful whether it can bo settled without n primary I Wish to say to tho people I am considerably and extensively engaged in tho jewelry and kindred occupation, whereby I nm prepared to accoinmodnto tho general public in anything that may bo needed, both in tho latest and fashionable goods. Refitting and repairing of all kinds of old goods from tho watch down to tho parasol. Very grateful to you for past and liberal patronage, in the fntero I shall endeavor so to move as to fully merit j'our confidence. I am as ever, yours truly, T. C. Lkwis. , . 1J ,' -- 1 .tr,. t . I "Jff '"Of If "HJA'''!tJ A" rZEXHE V V e s t' st t. I W TRIUMPH The hatters have succeeded in crown- 2) L L L ing this season more than enough hoads to supply all the thrones in the world, and all parties are delighted With their headgear. When you want a new Straw Hat you can not make a mistake in patronizing SHOES In this line they are the leaders. .' Smart AJAt&J'JJV'AJAd & Co., Vv CLOVERPORT, KY. yAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA(VlAAAAAAAAO NEW AND FRESH sy BRANDENBURG.' J. T. Ditto is at homo for a few days. HOT WEATHER Forty-Tw- o Dr. Iin Moremen spent Sunday nt home. II. B. Livers, of Guston, was in town last week. Tho farmers around hero nro busy with the wheat harvest. Mrs. D. W. Lew is visited Mrs. Patter son near Guston last week. It seems that tho colored people of tho town nro organizing a G. A. R. post, Mrs. Sklllmnn, of Hnrdinsburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Ditto, nenr hero. Mr. Bates, of Flarhorty, and Mr. Fou-shenf Hill Grove, wero in town Saturday. Mr. R. O. Craycroft and Mr. Fred Mcador, of Big Spring, were in town last e, BEWLEYVILLE. GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT week. Mrs. B. F. Young nnd son, Peicy, will spend tho summer at Mrs. A. More-men'- s. Dr. Bogus nnd wife, of Louisville, visited nt Mrs. A. Morcmen's the last of tho week. Miss Bettio Ditto, who has'.bcen traveling for n Ixxik house in St. Louis, is at homo on a visit. The heavy rain Sunday was welcomed by tho peoplo of our community as it was badly needed. Mrs. Toonoy and daughter, of Louisville, arrived at Mrs. Mascnn Fountalno's last week to spend tho summer. Prof. T. M. Hnrves wifo, and Mr". Jas. Harves, of Louisville, visited their sister, Mrs. D. Lewis, tho latter part of tho week. Richard Wathen, of Bullitt . Mrs. county, visited his brother, Chaeze Wathen, nt this place, tho latter part of the week. Thero was an excursion down from Now Albnny last week. It was ono of nicest that has visited our town for some time. -- Ken-tuck- ' j', U Tho ton n is club is nou est comntnhlo, Mr. Grnnvillo Wilson was in town Friday. IN Mr. V. Q. Babbage, of Hardinsburg' waa in town Friday. WARPIELD Miss Blnncho Jolly has returned from a visit to Owcusboro. Mr. Wado Drury made a flying trip 'to Brandenburg last week. Mrs. Jas. Snyder, of Guston, is visiting her son, Mr. Hornco Snyder. Tho Sabbath school contemplates giving a picnic in tho near future. To bo sold at Private Salo and Miss Bettio Drury is visiting tho family of Dr. E. It. Pennington in Owcnsboro. Mr. Gcorgo Cash, of Sonora, Ib tho guest of his undo, Hon. Chas. Blanford. Mr. G. P. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, visit. W. J; Piggott last week. ed Mr. Miss Eva Lawson, who has bean teachOn tho Lots in tho City of Clovorport. ing in Marion county, is expected homo soon. TERMS Of Snlo mado known on the MUs Maude Adkisson, of Sherman, day of Sale, which terms will bo favorTexas, is spending vacation with her able to purchasers. mother, Mrs. Lconn Adkisson at Guston. P. PRAIZE, Rev. C. Buchanan and wifo woro in Agt. for Warllcld Heirs, town Wednesday enrouto for homo nfter CLOVEKPOKT, KY. a visit to Mrs. G. W. Jordan nnd family nt Webster. Addition PUPLIC AUCTION Bowmer & Hambleton' ALL KINDS AT PANIC PEIOES. 3e Sure and Examine Their Stock. vvvvvsvvvvvvvvvwvvvwvvvwvvvwvvvvv Thursday, June 30. nnd-Mrs- CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK Do you want to make mony ? Moneys saved is money made. You can save moneyH by dealing with us. We have succeeded Moorman & Beeler in business at ,Glenj deane, selling goods cheaper than ever be- fore. Thanking you for past favors and solicij ing a continuance of same. We remain Most Respectfully, . Mrs. Anna Blanford, who has bpon;for several months at Sonora, in attendance upon her sister, Mrs. Lou Cash in her last illness, returned homo last weok. Mrs. If You Want a "Bite" t. The Democratic County Comniitteo met hero Monday and ordered a primary election for tho first Monday in August, County candidates for Circuit Clerk nnd Sheriff aro to ho nominated. The pri mary is to bo govgrncd by the rules regulating Congressional primaries to be held at tho same time. Tho committee nl.so requested tho chairman of tho Sixth Judicial District to call tho committed to gether for the purpose of making n nomi nntion for the offices of Circuit Judgo and Commonwealth's Attorney in tho district. $100 Reward. $100. pas-sag- Tho renders of tho BnucKUNnniOE News will be pleased to learn that thero is at least ono dreaded disease that science, has been able to euro in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positivo euro now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, nnd giving tho patient strength by building up tho con stitution and assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors hnvo so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer Ono Hundred Dollais for any caso that it fails to cure. Send for list of Address, Mrs. Mnt Boll, who has boon quite ill F, J. CIIENFA' & CO., Toledo, O. at her homo on tho hill, wo aro pleased XSTSold by Druggists, 75c. to say, is now considerably improved. cross-section bo-gi- It's doing To Bo Built. The Owcnsboro Measenger gives tho following statement of tho progress of tho Falls of Rough extension : "For tho post two weeks nothing has been heard from tho proposed extension of tho Falls of Rough railroad, but that is not to bo taken as a sign that nothing is boing done. Capt. Turner, in chargo of tho engineer corps, has his tents pitched at Horse Branch, on tho N. N. nnd M. V. and will finish locating tho lino Then ho will fold his tents and haul them back Ho will then begin to to Fordsville. tho lino nnd tho work of construction will commence nt once. Although tho line is short tho contract will bo let in three or four sections, nnd it will bo required of each contractor to have all parts of his work done against a specified time. It is proposed to have trains running through from Owonslioro to Horso Branch by January 1. As intimated tho work willbegin nt thoFords-vill- o end of the lino. Tho track hero will bo extended irom tho Kcnnady brick works to the .river lieforo tracklaying nt Fordsville. Tho rails will be shipped hero by river and transferred to tho cars on tho Falls of Rough from tho barges." of McKinnoy, nnd Parker, and son, Master Harvey, of Alvin, Texas, after a pleas ant visit to Messrs. Alonzo and Edgar Bennett nnd families and other relatives hnvo returned homo. Threo years ago when tho Whcoler Organization first commenced its reform -movement In this vicinity, tho peoplo o wero nil with all oyes directTo Eat of Something Good, ed to tho mlddlo man. At that time tho Try our opinion seemed almostjuniveisal that tho merchant or mlddlo man, was tho sourco of all our troubles. Now, after thred year's diligent watching tho public mind seems to havo concluded that it was a r mistako, and hnvo now drifted to the Hero will bo found lots of Goodies other extreme. Now, tho mlddlo man is a great benefactor, ready with open All kinds of Vegetables, hands to supply all our wants and with Fresh Water Mellons, credit to bridge us over all our troubles. Oakes, Dandies, Now, thoy go with n rush, who shall get Jellies, Oranges, there first to mortgngo his horses, cnttlo, Bananas, Lemons, tobacco, land, anything to got twelvo Picnic Supplies. months credit. Gone now to tho othor extreme, the end whereof is destruction. Send us a Mail Order. The twolvo months will find an end only but too soon and with property and years You will then boo that labor all gone. CLOVERPORT, KY. by sticking to tho Cash Storo you would havo gotten along with half tho goods and would havo gotten thorn at 25 to 40 per OF cent, less Hum you paid tho credit man, Tho sdving oi $25 to $40 on every $100 expended is a groat saving, and is much for tho avorugo man to loose, but this is just about tho difiorccco in Cash and Capital gtook 325,000, credit. Buy nt tho Cash Storo where everything is marked in plain figurers D. 7. BEARD, President. and at tho closest posslblo cash prices. Highest prlcos paid for all kinds of hux-tc- r WILL MILLER, Cask Stohe. produce. M. U. BEARD, Cnhler. Boweleyvillo, Ky, .Mrs. Dr. Geo. D. II. II. Basham, ?&2. wido-awak- f)it$i7 Ptfni W. C. MOORMAN, GLENDEANE, K-! Capitol, JfcT CfQjOOO. - The Tradesmens National .. Ban OF THE DITY OP NEW YORK. Sulzer's, BANK 201 BROADWAY. . r 18A5. Orgnnlied n a SUte Logan Dint C. 1813 Under National Art Tici-frei- Janes L.GramiJi Phj'I. Xntray, 't. Qlirer P, ACCOUNTS 'Imj, Cutt- o- COimnsrONDENCE INVITED. INVITED. HAEDINSBUBG J, 0. BOURNE, "I J. M. HARPER, S DANIEL BROOKS. &-C- 0.. B01TKNE, BURPEE, BROOKS Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS ANP SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILUC, KY. On account of tho absenco of tho pastor, there will bo no scrvico in tho Pro. abytcrlan church next Sabbath morning. Preaching in tho evening ns usual. Indlircrftlon, and Stomach dlxordon, take SHOWN It IllON BITTKHK. All dealen kern It, ft per tiottlc (Jontilno hai trado mark and crvuMcd red line on wrapper. FOIt DYSPEPSIA, O. W. BEARD Master Felix Walker roturned homo MORRIS KSKRIDOE J R. M. JOLLY. from the Danville Deaf and Dipnb school IHTEW5T PAID ON lost week, .Dire tor TIME DEPOSITS "rf -- "j 'Wi'ii'lltitMBMHjHsMBssssssss ttlH " naii hi KSB . . "'if'' i'2 ' T V : jpaBg5i fTi , ' n "v ' ' V ' ii H sssss TnTMMB"Tfl8nBBMMnBgTEar . ifl i v r. lllhllUl IMf I)Y MNKP.'B I FUhNiSHED l '$ AND COiUMH Len. G. Herndon & Co., EEAL ESTATE Genoral Product) and Commission Morchants and Gonorai Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Itnll ilitx nnil iriiniit. Uali with wary Oonsigiiiuaiits aIIcl to-l- . sale Rental Agent OLOVERPORT, KY. Ptui't rciul iniinoy. Do ynu Do you Do you . l,llVIM.K. Shipper wild nil. mlil in KY.. Aliy 7, Ml. plainly, rk nil piieka lliirf mi;ht ho tompU'tl want to Jmy want t Kim I column or ymi to invent your E'lat"? '. nililrnns. linlun Hint llUlTKlt, KUlM, I'uUl.TllY, liTC. iok nml "Vmltry aenreo Hit Chicken irli-firmer. Dried PrulU. Matkol (Inner In good domain! ll.unK. licuiniiil untlto nl advance. nmrul wink and HHK. Kcrelpt.lisivy, lower. Mit'ii Onllmi It. Ii. Nowaniu. tent a F.rm 7 (.'all on K. I.. News m. UUTTTK. ("hole. ..unlrv Medium Cduiiikii Creamery ' ' ' tSfOlt 1 iS 12 K(JOS. " (a) M I" ' - .ti l,TJ . Fraih Old Hen U.iMstw Lar.e-Sprluic- U t" rouirin. Ii Medium tfprin,tere Small Spritzer Lira (Uee (feathered) Live lleoso (plucked) PKATMUIlti. I'rlme, white gonro... Mixed Old , Nj. 1. duck to 3 75 JU'lul:l 24 'u 2 iu to .1 Oil to 4 (Ml 1 UU lu 1 71 2 50 to 3 VU .2 Oil'tu 2 SI) S SO 45 25(:i0 15 (J) 25 15 33 4 46 want to rent City property 7 Call on II. L. Newaom. ,, Do you want the beet and only detlrablo p.t Mia on Main, 5"xl75 fct for I'ull on K. L.Neoui. J8U0.O07 Do you want to buy tho Cloverport II- tel, nd doing a lnrj.e centrally located ''"U '" It' I" Newnm, . liunne'iT P. 8. I am now prepared and hav full niilirity to ottur mid II .ml at a birgiln. I'M '.rreMiiolini.M Irom aliroml ilb'lti'il, Ii a giHid olim-- i In amiro the lawt and mi"l (.miliar bt. la the city, nu.l no ' b n' price asked. Do you want a loan negotiated? Cull on U. !. Niwa in. Havo you money you want placed on Call on R. L Nownom. taf aerurlty 7 Do you wani money on nhnrt oall7 Call on.K. L. Newaom, (r of that section. Mr. Taylor retwrts that tho Utca huvo been playing Bad havoc with tho gaino, slaughtering whorovcr thoy could. Ho waa very indignant over it, and from hia version of tho matter ho has good reason to bo. IIo states that from tho Iron springs dlvido to Yol-locrcok it Is impos8iblo to travol n huudrcd yards without finding tho bodies of deer lying around, and in most cases nothing but tho hides and brains havo t)ccn taken, tho brains being usod by tho Indians in tho process of tanning. On Blue mountain and in tho Lilly park sections tho rotting carcasses can bo seen, whllo on 8nako river thoy uro so thick as to absolutely poison tho air. Wanton Taylor estimates that Blnco tho tlecr began'to travol down tho Utes havo killed between G.O0O and 0,000 of them, and what makes matters worso tho major portion of them aro docs and fawns, tho bucks always romaining in tlio upper country till later in tho fall. Denver Sun. w Bavngea Slnhghterlnp; Deer. Odino Wunlcii Taylor camo in recently froui tlio lower country, wbcro ho has been kept butty driving tho Indiana out ONE Of A VANISHING RACE. lie Hunt HIDES. . Green, pnod Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep ikin WOOL. d .....; 3K 0 25 (yl 8ll 8ll Si 23 () H .'!S 'Oioaae, flue Ore.uo, tonmc Merino Hurry aud Cote Common, .er lb Fnir to good per lb Choloo r lb (j)24 .' - 20 (a) 22 15(3) IK 12 (u) 17 DKIKD APPLEd. Z'A to S to t'A to 3H ilA tho Alps and commands magnificent It is 2.351 meters (7,8:10 feet) high at tho summit tovcl. and ascends 1.08J meters (5,000 feet), or eixty-sove- n meters (223 feet) higher than tho Pilntus railway. Tho jmirnoy occupies an hour Do you watt to rent a honai- 7 and a half. Tho gaugo Is 0.B, motor. Call on K. L. Newaom, Tho lino Is a puro rack and pinion rail- d paying rentera can generally P. S. Oof Alifr arntom nnil la Rlmllnr Lai mi put a "bug In your wnv nn thn erure a hmiae. ar," It. L. Newaom renta property ami collcclr in construction to tho Monte Qcneroso the rent on a commlilon of ten per cent. and. railway. . don't renting icing a apeclalty with Mm, Tho steepest gradient is ono in'fonr you know It la better to placi Jfnur property In Piliitus Why? that is, less than tho maximum to ront Ityouraell? hla handa than ascent. Tho niilway has been built In n Ileciuae be la dntrolllng a large amiiunt of romarkably short spttco of timo; it was property and Ulling non pijlng rentera And It "unhealthy" and he Boon geta rid of them begun bo recontly ivs tho 1st of October, from good Newxiiu heara but few couiplainta 1890. IJo fowcr than ten tuunels wore oomea from thoao fel rentera, but the "howl" were stroamlots bored: numerous do nut want to pay, and to such he Iowa who bridged und heavy stono dams had to . Ca I on Somebody Elao. f3y, Il Newmn hard hearted? Noteapecially ao bo erected. Iron. vlows. - Thn II!r?!in4t nulltrav In Erirone. Tho opening of a now Alpine railway -- jtho Brionzer Rothhornbahn Is announced. It is tho highest railway in Fancy Chopped Poelihgn Evaiioralu.l, In lark Halves, per lb , Quirtera per Hi, Peeled, pnr lb l'KACIIKrf. , " " " IK 1 I 3 2 3J4 to 3 to 1H to IX to to 2k to 2 to R to 4 to 3k oil 1.1 l?f fl Poirapurlh Ulcklx-rrle- i 3 per lb - lIAY.OIlAtN, y nnarn Wo qaoto price j 3 FKKD, on L'UlJvlllo 12 10 t Strlolly choice.., , Ch.dco No. 2 Good MoIiiiii..I OmiiI llriKhl dtriw II , Y. 50 Ill mi Qi) 5 00(4 ,. 511 $ II II On Mi III 5 50 5.1 f Choice Wnilo Choice aliullml iiiun. O VTd. .. . 52 55 4 N, 2 i.nlii 38 ($ WHKAT. No. 2 l..mc Horry whouU N.. i ltd 85 81 111 fcf- h'M -- l R?i! alttyAiai f.prei .S; XA ..4 T"II"W, per Mil 2rt , ,.. 21 , ItfiirtWiit .. 20 (a) 26 S..ti;liuiii ur (..illiiu POTATOES. 44 41 " ,..., P.Kir to med. Mich. 4i 34 ((0 ' " N..r. Inil. Homo drown per barrel - I 15 (g I 25 rriim Kioto ta to so r nu nigner. IIKANS. I HO to 1 75 Michigan, hand picked. 1 50 to I fin .inllana Nay 75 to 1 00 " Common anil colorod - 15 to I U0 Flit and uiixo.1 Misci:r,LANr,ms He will accommodate you If you pay for It, and provided you atand to your side of the bargain illng If you don't like Ma way or do Somebody Elae. Call on Ohl Sympathetic hypocrltea ; whon your aympitby geta bive your Judgment don't blmiio thr landlord u,ulto " wueh, but call round at hla office and drop In $5,011 for the special nlJ'Cti.r your ay mpathy and help nay It will he oi.lln the Inaa on bad hla rent. Don't rentera. ami then jmi will feel better. !.. ,hu l.i.i. Hi. r.t I.UA il alt I" l A. rht ahovo nerliituro la addrca-o- d tl o huathen gentile, H. L. liowiom baa about alxty routora and To good he dop't wunt any but paying nnoa paying renter he will tako apeclal palna to make them comfortable. Do you w.i lit a bouao built aud piy for It In monthly lualallmnta? For term Gallon 11. h. Newaom. Do you want a forty hnraepowor engine ami Call mi K. L. Newaom bollor. Do ynu want to a'tart a Slack llarrel and Slave and Heading Factory with power alCall on K. L Newaom. ready attached? Having about thirty acre t.f city Iota he would aell a few "allcoa," and If you want a Callou 11. L. Newi iii. building lot Do you want to pay your city taxea ? Call on It. L. Newaom. Have y..u claims agiln.t tho city ttoiaiirv? Call on Ihn city troaaurer and he will tell jou that K. L. Newaoui.aa City Tax Collector, kecpa aaldtreaauryauppllodwllhm.noiy. Claims for collection aollMted from cltlea abroad and prompt roinlUincca made. Many thank for the largo p.tronago I have enjoyed. USB- B- 8 a- -- BgB m 1 BINDIffd fi .,viitiiitiiWi;':i'rT.ii I Ri mv I !H- ' -r .twj TWINE I W 1 JLJi CENTS. 1 ONIONS. Northern, per bhl on arrival R. L. NEWSOM. Louisville, St Louis & from "tore CAM) AUK. Per crate from atoro OKI.KRY. Fincy white plumo per di.x , ' Uhnico Choice (Iroon 2 25 to 2 50 2 50 to 2 76 2 25 to 2 60 Texas R. R. Co, d 3 TSTO. ir 35 to 20 top 1" to SCHEDULE TIME Tn til n i;irTt At 5:00 o'elcb A. U. Wednczday July 29, 91 t'o.t llnund TVnm floi nil Trmui IB. i is THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LIHE. tfl M 1 Champion 1 I (L. Lnb tick E. k ST. L. R. K.) LINE TO Bxpr'a ICxpr'a Mail Dl STATIONS Mall & M Dally 9 (fi; it. SOU Ktpr'a Bxpr'. SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. Effect Seqt. AND ALL POINTS West and i K Jfr - T Ml m I Time-car- d is 1890. civ Mil lli p.m. I.T. Loutivllle 8:10 a.tn...R:25 p.m...4: :55 ptn ...0:45 a m Arr St. Louta 10:00p.m. EvaniTllle 1:20 For farther Information, call on or addreii, Daily Daily Daljly l nn S25pin 745am llv.tln'n l)p't..ar KniucKy ai. 12(5 810 6(0 W.-a- t Point 12 05 8 41 720 1202m Ilowaid 845 7 21 Hock Haven - 111 45am 900 7 47 Long Branch 1138 908 767 Brandenburg 1129 917 807 Meade Springs 1125 9 21 811 11 ll Kkron 926 817 11 11 Guiton 934 827 1102 Irvington 9 44 837 1063 9 52 Webntcr 847 1045 IMliburg 10 DO ,855 91B 805 802 7 40 I f:6: MACHINES. . I E:?: 731 Tl 723 715 665 6 31 6(8 6(0 626 618 613 610 6 57 K Is AND E is tniii 911 921 925 930 9 46 f $ fctf' pi W R.A J, CAMPBELL, Oen'l Paaa. Ag't, Evanavlllo, Ind. 961 1001 10 10 1018 1024 1028 1034 1050 1102 1111 It 23 1131 1140 II (H 12 Ofipm 1220-t- 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 10 50 1100 11 St.ii.plc Stcphcnaport I'lerce Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllinan llawcavillc I'ttric Shops 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 111 111 967 9 44 11 B CAMPBELL, I). P. A. UnlnTllle, Ky CltyTlcket OflJcc.S. W. Cot. Third & Main St Loularllle, Ky. "I8 1121 11 11 29 35 II 12 12 52- - in Tit J4 To Advertisers Mil 07pm IB 1227 1236 1210 lot 1 11 1 Powers Pates Owcnsboro Mattingly Stanley Wnrtliington n.'Kkrttl ir.licniters'n & Simtlsvlllc I Kalcon Cayce Irfswfsport 933 926 920 915 91W 851 837 827 815 800 765 S63 640 630 622 615 611 605 Supplies SS3ESESJ Full IQS-S-Sg-S- S 435 425 413 (48 4 0'. a $ v f n ' Sfii'in 355 337 7 37 329 7 29 715nn 3 15pm If you wisb & nml tMillnfltrtiotlnn.nn.tntiAflollnr for our " Iiook for A Ivortlacrs." A to advertise LouIsvlUe.Hardlnsburg TAKING EFFK0T I Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. ' 20, I R, w iSHS 3SS'm'mWSC& AND EfrS&?ir5-5&53rGr&- llttlo atndy of that book will enable yon to itecido what you ought to do, ond elvoauldoa of tuo probable cost. JULY 1801. 1 -f If vou instruct uy West Hound Trains Dally I Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. Nn. 1 No.6 to place a certain amount of advertising for you in thoway wo think will do you tlio most Rood, you nliould Bond an explicit etatement of what you wUh to accomplish, and make rnltablo arrangements for payment. Your order will thon receive all the attention that It requires. If you wisb W W "V prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to bo told what papers you atiouia use. ami wiiai mo vim. will bo, we will furnlah tho advertisement nd tho plan either or both, and aubmlt thoin for your tosethor with our bill for luo service. an aqvertisernent Kast Hound Trains Daily Dally STATIONS, cs bun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 1130IUI l.v Irvington Ar 9 3tlam 8 35 Cartield 1210pm 815 Ilarned 1225 7 50 Hardlnshurg 12(2 715 Kirk 118 7 05 Jolly 130 6(4 (Hcndeane 148 631 Deinnster J&5 2 ISpin ar Pallsllougli Iv 0 Ham 564 Hockvale 260 5 29 uth 3 02 3 11 j EMPIRE fbsr&rt3rt-3&G- 329 4O0pm Askint Oaks ArFordavillel.v 6 21 600 4 45am GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for MACHINES. OSCS 6S & S5-S- F"or 7' electrotypes and estimates the advertiser pays us. For the expense of niacins navertwemenxs anu waicn- (1, WM1.H.V" ! L1AU 1UI1II11UDUW 1I1U .1... InlAllmAH, J MinlMl. W, aro paid by a commission allowed by or mo paper in wnica tho publisher tbo advertisement appears. aivcfxiscnjciVf preparing Reapers and Mowers, f7j - If you want to lean? u Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igrtti Plaster, Salt, Limn, Coal Oil by tbo Barrel, Plaster Hair, AD all newspapers, send S3 for tho American Jfewupaper Dlreotory. For any farther Information address all the Ins and outs of advorttftlnfr without any cost or troublo,lf rend tf tl.a.an.i T..W Mfml..lll '" It 11 o fv (imhiiiiii-rruninna studiously; issued weekly, J a j ear. wish a coapleto cataloano ot Pine & PopVar Shingles Hrlek! Plow Ilandlea, Pino Flooring l? ways kept on hand.. Orders ae- - corapaaJed'by ly , BEO. -- P. ROWELL r C., J ulM. 84 prompt A large Htimbsr Of OLOVERPORT, KY. CMl-S ti SMMML Newspaper Adverilelnfl Bureau, .v 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW .4.'SI&1V&) . YWHC. f FRUIT At thTREES aytfcl.gwalia.witoahana.w jrvwi FOR SALE. dwelling, gMd bant, W, 4 SW jiWBg orebard fcerlBg A good ster-boa- 'hardihsburg Nursery,,. uil fatl dalivetv. at t Or e, what l.r.lfor sash. bap 'l(W UI cwM Ullln.lr. will suU Apply ta tax Um prswtM or W. K, Bamas, HartiMtang, jIMJWS USUBBStMMi, mavwrynw. "" f wxwTawsswss dfUsjJJ It ror ,. towest rate's. rJI M ragra KW doe to I.mirn Hie hhell WICMKSDAY, JUNE 21, 181)1 Trlvh. Lilt Hla hrliolur Know It. Af ler iiwhilo the young man with tho Tho professional hunters and trappers white hat nnd red necktio observed that who at ono time comprised tho whole of n friend of his had tKwtod him on u now tho whito inhabitant class In this sectrick, und ho took from his pocket tho tion aro becoming so fow that a real old Englfah walnut which had I rshcll of an tlmo solitary woodsman who plunges . been cut in two to m..ko twoBinall cup-iforest and divests himself of into tho Ho'iilso tool: from hla vest txickot u comcompanionship is becoming a human mon field lien nnd explained: raro sight. Joo Thomas is ono of tho "I don't uiy that 1 can do tho trick best examples that remain of theso men, succcwfnlly. but after n llttlo moro and a study of his characteristics Is Inpractice I l.otw to catch on." teresting. Half n dozen of ua exchnnged winks Thomas is n man of alwut forty. IIo nnd spotted him nt onco for a rhnrper. is slightly below medium height and Is but there was a middle aged man from not heavily built. IIo appears liko a fall IndiatiaiK)li:t who iippturcd innocen'ly blooded negro, although ho says that his interested. IIo wna not n green looking bn-eIndian. He has mother was a half man by any moans, but ho had n confidsparse, tightly curled whiskers and docs ing, childish look which would havo aunot look liko a Nimrod and a mighty thorized tiny Btrangcr to ask him for a man among coons and doer. Thoinns match or tho timo of day. l-follows as near tho life of the red man r. "What Is tho trloki" ho asked as ho theso days, and has an as any one can in laid asido his paper. though ho antipathy to human society, "Why, it's to manipulate this poa in Is nothing of a misanthrope, and talks Onr Next President. wuy o und bo nnd this way, until well to any one who questions him. which encumbers his na- this can't toll which cup it's under," exby a harness In tho summer timo Thomas works at tural action and forces hitn into an arti- you plained tlio other. wlmtnvAr lin run 1'ft tn do flbOUt tllO ficial "gait." MENTAL TELEGRAPHY. "That'll a now Idea." cities in this vicinity and through to Hnmiin knowledgo nnd skill directed "Yes, perfectly now." Ohio. When tho stiuitrel season opens to an auxiliary animal like the horse "Sayl" I'd liko to learn that myself," INFLUENCE OF MIND ON MIND ho is in Ohio, and puts in the first few should nlm to develop his natural tho Hoosier. "Tho boys down STRONGLY ILLUSTRATED. weeks of tho autumn "hooting squirrel. u hu- continued Ho should bo treated as I'd liko season opens, he emigrates mane and skillful gardener treats 11 tree our way nro full of tricks, and As tho deer 'em. It nil northward, nud for the rest of tho win- in our modern landscape gardening, not to get something to astonish wrist, doesn't A Btranco fit.iry or Thought Transmister lives the life of tho solitary hunter, as a tree was maltreated by the fulso depends on tho twist of tho sion Twn Well Known Men Conceive iff" shunning human habitations and sleep- and morbid tasto of tup centuries ago. and partly optical illu"Partly the fiiime Me at About the Sumo Time. ing in the woods in tho most inclement to tho lov- sion. As Ithat, you beforo I can't work Such remarks do not apply told An Odd Hxperlence of Mark Twain's. domestic outlit consists of ers of horses who caro for them with weather. His Haven t practiced a tent, blankets and a small stove, and sympathy and intelligence, who compre- it yet, because I Now I como to tho oddost thing that but do you think you could tell ho declares that ho is more contentod in hend their practical helplessness and ever happened to mo. Two or threo which cup tho pea is under now?" tho woods than ho would bo in town. ncknowledgo their faithful service. Such lying In bod idly musing "1 think I could," replied tho Hoosicr. years ago I was March-w- hen When tho night is cold ho lights his lire, lovers permit in their Btnbles no "fash"And could vou now?" asked tho ono morning It was tho 2d ofIdea camo chains his dog up in tho tent and sleeps. ions" invented by Ignorant and inhnmnn young man suddenly a red hot now manipulations. after further Whllo tho deer run, Hopkins follows grooms to produco "stylish action" to whistling down into my camp and, ex"I'm suro of it." them tirelessly, nnd when night over- impress similar ignorance and folly. ploded with such comprehensive effec"How Burc?" takes him on tho trail he Ilea down in Harper's Weekly. "Woll, as 1 want to learn tho trick, tiveness as to sweep tho vicinity clean of fill tho air with the woods to sleep, confident that the and as I am always willing to buck my rubbishy reflections and deer is as tired as ho and will nqt movo The Little Ghont. their dust nnd flying fragments. This own eyes, I'll bet ten dollars I can." during the night unless disturbed, and "The Poplars" is tho namo of tho old Wo winkejd and shook our heads nt idea, stated in slmplo phraso, was, that ready in tho morning will bo so stiff that the Revolutionary homestead. It la a great, him, tho ripo but his smllo only grow moro child- tho timo was book; and book market ought secoud day's chuse will bo a comparawhich a square, white, stono honso built In tho like for a certain tively easy matter. center of u thotisaud acres. Tho master "Don't want to mako it twenty dollars, to bo writton ntonce; a book which must After tho deer mhisoii is over Thomas of it was childless. His llttlo boy had do yon?" asked tho sharper. command attention nnd bo of peculiar traps skunks and died a week before, und he had gone starts for tho open, and Interest to wit, a book nlwut the "I'd just as soon say thirty dollars." otter and nil other fur bearing animals away. Every night a llttlo fignro in silver mines. "Thiity it is. Just hold tho cupa for the rest of tho winter. At nil times white with a light was seen flitting firmly down on my knees whilo I get out Tho Great Bonanza was a new won-do- r Viola rooilv 111 CllWl old Zltl CoOll COlllCS from window to window in tho old then, and everybody was talking sugar.' racking around, and his dog ho alleges library. When tho servants, led by tho my and when it waa nbout it. It Boomed to me thnt tho perI took hia last dollar, to bo one of tho best coor. dogs In tho gardener, nsscmbled nt tho library door np ho asked: son best qualified to writo this book waa country. Tho animal Is a liver and tho light nml tlio nguro woum uisap-pea- r Mr. William II. Wright, n journalist of "Which cup ia it under?" whito hound, slightly larger than a fox noiselessly nnd simultaneously. Tho Virginia, Nov., by whoso side 1 hnd "This ono." hound, and with no moro tat on mm light and figure were never seen in any Tlio cup wna raised, nnd thero, euro scribbled many months when I waa a than is required to grensu his joints. other room of tho old mansion, and now enough, was tho pen, it having failed to roportor there ten or twelve beforo. IIo Thomas said that tho dog got him more it was remembered that tho dead heir stick to tho substance insido and bo lift- might be allvo still; ho might bo deadj-tlmn fiftv dollars' worth of cootibkiiisln had spent more timo in the library than ed with tho sholl. Tho look which came could not toll; but I would writo him one season, and ho would not part with in any other room in tho house. anyway. into that young man's faco was somehim for three times that amount. Joe When the master returned, toward I began by merely and modestly sugnnd ho kept swallowto story to illustrate the sagacity of tho end of autumn, ho was informed of thing queer hadboo, tells a tacks In his throat. Ho gesting thnt ho mako such a book, but ing as if ho the dog. it all. IIo hid behind tho tatiostry night gavo up tho stakes without a word, but my Interest grow as I went on, nnd I ven Ho says that one wiuU-- r the dog treed after night, and ono night ho was resat for n long tlmo liko ono in a dream tured to map out what I thought ought a coon in n big tree. Joo nlwnyii carries warded by seeing a little whito figute I thoucht ho needed sympathy, nnd to bo tho plau of tho work, ho being nn old climbing irons, and he skinned up tho glido in, light a candle, climb up to ono friend, and not given to taking good inawliilo I found opportunity to tree Ho followed tho coon ont on a of tho highest shelves, take down a rare nftcr tentions for ill. I even dealt with details branch and shook him off, and he heard old book and begin to pore over it It and suggested tho order nnd sequenco "How did it happen that wny?" him squeal as tho dog nabbed him. waa tho gardener's son, and ho Is now "That's what 1 want to find ont," ho which thoy should follow. I was about When Joo got to the bottom of the tree the lord or "The Poplars," and tho no- absently replied. "Say, you childlike to put tho manuscript in an envelope, there wits no coon in sight and no dog. blest landlonl in tho west of England. Hoosicr, tako theso things nnd let's see when the thought occurred to mo thnt if Ho hetud tho dog running-- unocallcd to Now York Herald. this book should bo written nt my sugwhat you can do with 'em." out of the bushes a him; the dog camo gestion, nnd then no publisher happen to "Certainly, to oblige" follleechor's l'lrst Home. mbiuent and then ran back. Joe no took tho cups and tho pea, and tho want it, I should feel uncom forcible ; so lowed and found that tho dog whb 'runOno room served for entrance Into tho manner In which ho performed was I concluded to keep my letter back until ning nround a skunk, keeping it from house, for parlor, study nnd.bedroomjtho onough to show everybody in ten seconds" I should have secured a publisher. going into it hole. Mr. Dog did not other to tho dining and workroom, writes that ho was au old professional. nEADINO AN CNOTENED LETTEn. wnnt to interview the skunk closely, but Mrs. Honry Ward Beecher In describing I pigeonholed my document and drop--, "Anybody wish to bet?" ho smilingly tho hkunk was not sum of that, and ho tho first homo which sho nnd Mr. Beecher asked, as the pea went hopping about. ped a note to my own publisher, asking kept his eye on tho dog, circling nround, had yenra ago In tho west. Tlio bedNobody did not ovon tho young man. him tonnmoadny for a business consultannd tho dog vus gradually getting hlin room was so small that I was' obliged to IIo sat nnd Btnred nnd stared, nnd tion. IIo waa out of town on a far jour-noaway from his hole. Joo killed the" mako tho be on ono 6ldo first, then go watched nnd watched, and when tho My note remained unanswered, nnd skunk, but ho could find no trace of tho out on tho veranda, ralso a wiudow, outfit was returned to him all he could at tlio end of threo or four days the wholo coon, and concluded that tho dog had roach in nnd mako tho bod on tho other say was: innttnr liml niuucd nut of 111V lllilld. Oil lost it. side. Not such very troublesomo work "Well, by gum!" Detroit Froo Press. tho Oth of Mnrch the postman brought Tlio next morning ho reproved tho dog, after all, when ono gets accustomed to threo or four letters, and among them a saying: "Yon didn't do right about that it. Tho llttlo kitchen, partitioned off rents of Currier ritreona. thick ono whoso superscription was in n you from tho veranda, waa just largo enough coon hist night; you lost him. Now Thero nro remnrkablo instances on hand which seemed dimly familiar to go get him." Tho dog looked kind of to allow a passage between tho cooking record of wlmUpIgeons havo dono. A inc. I could not "place" it nt first, bnt nshamrd and moved off. Joo followed tablo and tho stove into the dining room French bird captured near Paris waa presently I succeedod. Then I said to a him, and they went buck to tho place without burning my dress, nnd my taken to Berlin, 500 miloa away, and visiting relative who waa prcsont: s whero tho troublo occurred on the tablo wna only divided from Mr. Beech- - kept thero for four years. It escaped "Now I will do a miracle. I will tell night. .After nosing around a cr's study tablo by tlio partition. Bomehow, nnd nt onco mado a straight you everything this lottor contains while tho dog unburied tho coon from For nearly seven years this was our lino for homo, safely reaching tho loft in dato, signature aud all without breakwhere ho hnd burled It, having been homo a homo full of cares and no lux- Paris whero it had liecn reared. Colonel ing tho seal. It la from n Mr. Wright, of afraid to leave it wliilo ho went after the uries, but a very happy home for many Cameron relates that ho purchased in Virginia, Nov., and la dated tho 2d of skunk, so ho buried it, leaving tho tail reasons tho happiest wo over know, for Toronto s that had never flown March seven days ago. Mr. Wright sticking out of tho suow so ho could find wo were less separated there. In Brook- eastward of that place. From Toronto proposes to mako a book about tho silver it again. lyn, In later years,.Mr. Beecher'a public thoy wcro taken to Kingston, 100 miles mines and tlio Great Bonanza, aud asks Some ono asked Thomas if ho waa not duties naturally drew him more away duo east, and thero kept for somo time. Ttrlmt I.nin fritmd. think of tho idea. afraid that tho bears would eat him some from tho fumily circle, nut in tnoso uays Tlmv worn thon sent to Sliarbot lako, Ho. says his subjects nro to bo bo and night. IIo Bald that tho only thing that in tho west I had him almost entirely to nearly fifty miles north of Kingston, to 60, their order and sequenco so and bo, made him mad was that tho bears kept myself. Ladies Homo Journal. bo flown. Instead of returning to King- nnd ho will closo with a history of the away from him and didn't give him a ston thoy went westward 150 miles di- chief feature of tho book, tho Great Thrilling; Adventure of a Miner. chance. Joe says that the houses aro rect to their old loft at Toronto. Bonanza." John Chirkson tells an interesting getting altogether too thick, and when Aa flinv hill lieoll. In tho COBO of both KBAD AlUOllT. ho wants to story of how he camo near being de ho meets up with a house moves, convoyod in a closed baskot, thoy I opened the letter nnd showed that I or. raw in tue get as far away from it as he can and aa voured by n largo army had no chnnco of Boeing tho intervening had Btated tho date and the contents corBaker coal bank. It was his custom to country, so that sight ovidently hod rectly. Mr. Wright's letter rlinply conquick us ho can. Oil City Derrick. cook his meat in the coal bank at dinnothing to do with their roturn. Thero tained what my own letter, written on Cheaper In the I!nd. ner timo, Ono day as ljo was sitting benumberless instances of birds in tho name dato contained, and mine still boiling his meat ho was star- aro making their way swiftly and lay in Its pigeonhole, where it had been Boutton So you aro not going to fore a firo by running training tled to hear tho noise mado 100. iHX) and even 2.r0 lying during tho seven days sinco it waa housekeeping when 'you get married? per- - safely back over rvl'nr of tho cookhiK meat Do Boarder No. Wo shall toko board ,,,(,. Tim miles of utterly unknown territory. writton. meated the bank, attracted the nttontion Denver Republican. for u year: rrl.i.A wna nn nlf1vtntinA nlmnf thin. and thoy came tripping "Isn't that rather nn extravagant way of tho rodents nt u lively rate, If I rightly comprehend what clulrvoy-anc- o tlio tiro along to On Ills Mind. to begin'f" La. I think the clairvoyant John says ho thought tho "old bob" "Not at all. I deslro my wife to study Pat was a hodcarrier. Long practico to actually boo concealed writing my landlady. Then wo will yns after him. In a llttlo whllo there had mado him an expert nt threading nnd read it off word for word. This waa economy of start housekeeping, and I will make her mast have been fully BOO rats gathered tho mazes of unfinished buildings, but it npt my case. I only seemed to know, was In his an allowance- of as much n week aa we about him amrhls heart pleco of tho hnd ulso mado him somewhat careless in and to know absolutely, the contents of IIo threw them a uiontlL paid for board." his movements. tho letter in detail nnd 'duo order, but I Ho had just stepped from a ladder to had to word them myself. I translated "What do you think vill bo tho re- Wat, mid wljllo' thoy fought for it he stole away. New Lisbon Patriot landings, and after sotting them, so to speak, out of Wright's lansult?" ono of tho "Well, by the time wo aro old she down his load of bricks with a sigh of guage into my own. Hot Upon liy the Gang. ought to havo about a million." Now reliof, ho straightened np. Whack! Wright's letter and tlw one which I Ono of the Italian exhibitors of perYork Weekly. hla head camo smartly in contact with a had written to him, but never sent, were forming birds lost n green parrakeot out heavy beam. in Rtibstanco tho same. of his cage the other afternoon on Park When the foreman passed, a fow minl'reo TimiW In Demand. Necessarily this could not como by ac Btreet. The bird flow up into an elm utes after, ho saw Pat Bitting on a keg, Tree toads aro in big demand by yonng and chattered at tho distracted Italian. cident; such elaborate accidents cannot doctors and chemists, who nro anxious "Seenyorc, seenyore, climba zo treo," ho holding his head in both hands. happen. Chanco might have duplicated "Hullo, Pat," ho called. "What's on ono or two of tho details, but Bho would to learn something of the circulation of cried. But no one in tho big crowd volyour mind?" has legs that tho blood. The treo toad havo broken down on tho rest. I could unteered to "climba zo treo." It was "Tho wholo top nv mo head, sir. Oh not doubt there was no tenable reason nro almost transparent. Tho young docthe English sparrow that finally settled myl Oh my!" Youth's Compuuion. tor takea tho leg, spreads it out tinder a tho business both for tho parrnkeetand for doubting that Mr. Wright's mind microscope nnd 'can see tho blood cor- the Itallau. A solitary English sparrow and mlno had been In closo and crystal Sorry for Owl. puscles chasing each other hero and spied the green bird, and set up a loud clear communication with each other A Httln plrl on bolntr asked bv hor leg of tho toad. thero in the veins of tho across 0,000 miles of mountain nnd "cheep." In three minutes' time fifty mother whether bIio was not glad to r Wo sell hundreds of treo toads for this omrrmvn wem mobbluc the parrakect. 2. 1 did -, nn old friend of whom bIio waa very desert on tho' morning of Mnrch that 7., ,,.Interview in i. purpose every month. He toou wing wm mo noisy put u uu from n dnngcroua ill- not considof that both minds originated fond hod recovered Now York worm. one pursuit. Boston Nowb. ness, replied, "Yes, of courso I'm glad, that succession of ideas, but that simply but still I'm sorry for God not to havo mind originated them, aud A Happy Family. Not to He Taken Literally. thorn to tho other. London his own way sometimes. A happy family dwells In an engine Trutli. "la It your opinion," said tho theolog MBNTAL TELEaitArilY. ical professor, "that tho portion of tlio bouso in Madison, Ind., and tho antics I was curious to know" which brain represent tho prodigal of tho members nfford amusement to tho parablo which w"aa tho' telegrapher and which waa tho Wurnliip; Aenlnst Antlpyrlno. eon as feeding among swlno is to bo flro company. Tlio family is composed nwilvor. en I wrota and askod for car two T.nt. inn ruv1 Rotnuthinir about tho indis taken UterallyT of n coon, a put, a pair of rabbltfl, tlcularo. Mr. Wright's reply showed "Porhapa not," tho thoughtful young whito mice und n shepherd dog. Thoy criminate nso of untlpyrino. 1 think it that lilainind had dono tho originating mnn replied; "maybe it la aToferenco to occupy tho same apartment, Bport to- is villainous. Its uso should bo restricted and telegraphing and mlno tho receiving, liko laudanum and morphino, and used Mark that significant thing now; the meals he ttto at a railway lunch gether und eat from tho same vessel. only upon a physician's proscription. Poo-pl- o Consider for a moment how many a counter." WAshlngton 8tar. Yankee Blade. ubo it carclossly, not knowing that splendid "original" idea has been, un!. Cau'glit a I'lsh Also. Do Hilda Ilrniv LolsT . it is a heart depressant and cumulative consciously stolon from a man 0,000 miles Mr. ShjhucI Hickman, of, Uesburg. Fiocks of binbi so enhance- overy land- in lta action. Many persons como to mo away. Aft., whlKlwntingon.tho hanks ot thr which foil into scape that it is u source of regret tliat and say that thoy havo boon using ten If ono should question that thlaiaw, Potomac shet a sqiviirel. thoy aro less and less a common feature grains overy three or four nonra, ana let him look iuto the cyolopedia and Uwi water, where it was 1 Thoy mark tho without any idea of tho hnrra it does, con onco moro that curious thing in tho black boss. Hickman waded In nud of our country rambles. across two or threo doaths last yoar man both squirrel and fish cloar out of ctum of spring moro empnaticany and camo duo to its uso. Too much cannot history of inventions which has puzzled lifted directly blooming of vlolotu; every ono so much that is, the frequency tlw water btfore tho basa let go and the chanco wo wore bo keen sighted na bo said about tho danger from its indis- with w)uch tho samo machino or otner would that w York Post. uutde iU scp-Nocriminate use. Interview in Philadelto mark their breaking np nnd tho scatcontrivance has been Invented at the ills AmuIo Intention. tering of mated pairs ovor tho country. phia Press. Bainotinieuy several persons indifferMrs, Bloobuiniier Why ou earth did This ia doubtleaa it gradual process, for 1 ent quarters of tho globe. Tho world A 1'ratty Tltjht Squeeze. sack wore find tho birds, as tho nestling season you pk Mrs. Uazuim it her Angelina Oh, mamma, Algornon was without an e'lectrio telegraph for imitatiou uilr draws near, gathering about their favor- squeezed my hand bo tonight that Iul-mo- several thousand years; tlten Professor BlojubututMtr 1 wanted to Hotter lier. ite Biiinmcr homes, ofton a dozen or Henry tho American, WheaUtone in cried, Mrf. Btoobumper Flatter her? more, and in somo way there is a drawXfn.n.vin Wl.nf tnv Milld fWim ruilnV Vnfflnnil Vfnrtjs nn tho HaA. and a Get- -- w.w -, ,. i- Bkobnmper Ye; fanitsstion is the ing of lots, nnd the particular spota ore Angeline No, mamma, from joy. I man ln Munich all invenwu it at ww in Mon- stfnoerott sUttoiy, yon kow. Nw York reoooupled. Dr, C, C. Abbott 1h Harper't, j same time. Mark, Twain XUAHB OIAIUHJD. Ttvtfe. trwdptor. t I MUM Willi I" iviT" "" Over Wldo Areas and la nt Homo Wherever There Is Wilderness. !e Win Only Tryliip; Iguo-raticnptl-tndca. sum-clcntl- y, No-voI o: y. -pro-vloutwo-bird-pro-fesshi-n- Tlio Mistreatment of Homes, Doubtless it was the dally spectacle tftliealmso of lieues which Htiiiinlited Henry Uergli to tho gteat service which ti.13 justly made his nuino renowned. Hut the guilt of tho iibuwja not confined o to drnyuum and teamsters. The and IndilTcn'ttco of wealth and fashion to the tnuitiurn. of horses aro nuttu as cnii.HtilciiDim. and for obvloui reasons much Tlio Horse, wiiicii 11 one or tno mont ictisitive and dijllcate of iiniitials, is greatly to be commiserated iw Jio appears In tho fashionable drive of Central park. He Is treated its a part of the bIiow of the p.trado, nnd ho is nt tho mercy of tho owner, who buys horses not liecausc he likes them or knows anything alioiit thein, but because ho must havo an equipage, and ho abandons them to tho care of grooms and coachmen, whoso sole aim is to produce n moro "swell" effect than their rivals. For u "stylish"' effect the horse Is robbed of his natural ornament und defense, and is cheeked and trussed aud tortured I A WOULD BE SWINDLER DEATEN. Breckenridge News. Hi i a Ii Mi i ii tolo-grnph-ed iVbya st ...., ' ll 1 A M MfifeLSSfel fJwdinburf. ouTfii;r$xr . . --: i "HT if nff Ua. Jl'ivai 'TIIBsPBIPI II w- - II III X V jl""'"l'1 - i T s ' "" wmwrnwi Tnah Once a Year. The facility with which wuslilritf is dono by the usu of borax accounts for Its jKipularlty in the lew countries Mid in Germany, wheni to iimny finnilics They MY p$.v SAILOn ' LoVcn. H ttflEltp H ?Sfr CM v 1 TOWN LOTS ft, ' v 8tnj in tl LV- defeat kUMU- U- H ""f?r " washday comH but once a year. The notion of cleinlineaa which provaiLi ntnong tho Ix.'ttor cIiias of Ofniiiins forbids tlio Htorliifi or accumuliitioti itf xolled linen in tlio ihv'lllii lions-- , Ihth-- tlio necessity of the "HcliwurtzwiiMilikom nicr," built near by, where the willml or unwashed clothes uiu linn up, exposi'J to tlio air, on polo or lines. Wo cannot but commend thuin for this custom, anil it would Ik well for thohO houseket'pers to tiiko a hint who sloro soiled .niit-ntin the cIohoU of sleepirig rooms and un, der the beds. The humblest Gorman haiiMfran docs not feefht'r poverty if sho liiin an nbun danco of linen, and this sho will have if. poftslblo, to tlio exclusion of other things which wo might regard almost aa heedful. Sho is rich indocd if at tlio end of b!x months or a year sho can display long lines hung with immaculate linen. Wo can thus understand how even at this day a chest of linen is regarded among tbo peasantry as a part pf their dower or marriage portion of tlw bride. 'For these washings a week is usually taken and the event Is regarded as no ordinary one. It is something of a ubi-Ic- e in which the entire family takes part An Anverlcan lady traveling in Germany witnessed ono of these "frolics," whero four or five women woro washing from ono capacious tub. When asked why thoy did not adopt tho easier plan of washing weekly, one of them replied that "they feared tlio peoplo might think they had but two garments apiece." Pittsburg Dispatch. J I nral( Tlinl brlnKiii) willor lover. li l lie will , iw I wild ll mill will I. M) rlfliiliitf But illmly nulllui'il Hut houu Inline 'Klrtl tin) pi Ixii k iu hy. tliuttlcjr, lover.' To mo hIiiiu- Imt ninan Tim uai Tel In of my tuillor low r. I mill litil. I.ul nil In Yciii-ui Oh, iiuull I hoimiii uirlli ntiulii M' loiitf lew 1 8u! Mr l.ntr? i' lain; "(inno U luytuilkir lover,' The) It'll o lilu In liuiiiiilnni. Of iKirrtma thnt nro ruri'ly known Tell if in) Iouk liMt lover. v Krcllfo'ittiiulilrt)- Willi Hi'iiry Unit Tliu Maw irlut, , ' hlmll p.iMuiwny ( llrlntt hack, () Mil, luy lover. O'er iimtinlfiln, hill iui(t utiiillnicMriHini I boo tbo nun's taut, fiMllntr- brum Thus bliall my uml ivuw over - ThoBDljInnrhcr, Uonv, BuueToruver To meet my loug lost lovers 'is Unt still I watch, but watch la vain. Wlillo at my hourt grows kcrt tho (xiln. For my deiwrted lover. -I- )) rou D. Uunllck In Yankeo Ulmto. ll 1 j Fleanrint Cliimei for Kveulngs. A pleasant gamo for au evening at home, among a few reading oopl0 and their neighbors, is called VjCjuotatioua." A card with uorno appropriate,'liues may tu?haY 'and tl i, Jtor Gi My 1)0 Ffnoti bio chi Mjateil ' t Laluk fiivwV ' t r - . - -- ' ' ' . . 4?' l r j&. a - . ' fcoffc H H ecor ($3 i fiuna neana f H H h H hHI 1 .J i H B h H H itheW ntry. ulaaty hfejwi aHJ BH 1 lo im H H. Ki H w1 t ;ina bn ? t krKt. Bnrfe Brst p v 1 !t6ai ov tit itimo tele no rfolo ,v-n-d Ferht v r ipjiro 1, Dyne may Clo To be sold - at PRIVATE SALE and PUBLIC AUCTION on Ueaw'v- tted, bclh 1 ' j. rvaccinat'- pox Iat lidrodye In "Bosti was as merit ' afmulil , Pattern? or Ma. ' Secreta Fatunl untirit cause Lwhich the Btr lin koi thougl '. Every ' sy in pat this, h Mn. Original Ideal and DreMniaber. t In my experience I have long slnco como to tfco conclusion that if you are not a fashion plate, an actress or a society woman oelebratod aa a model on which dressmakers show new exhibits, you must do your own thinking'when you want something a little different from one of a dozen turned out at tho manufactory. Dut in case you find yourself under the necessity of doing your dressmaker's head work, there is no need of going to a first class man or woman who sends first class bills. You must find a woman who (its well, who is not so stubborn but that slw will tako and execute some ono eloa'n Woaa, who will becomo interested in the work for the work'rt sake and who is. Intelligent enough to do some suggesting herself. But I hear my readers exclaim, "That pearl la ImjiosHiblo to find.' ' It is perhaps difficult, but not impossi- Post ble. I huvo never found it eo. When I dclitlng u I'aihloniihln Dreanmnker. lived in America it was almost impossi In referenco to obstinacy lu dressble to couviuco my friends that I did not wear imported dressed, that I had thotn makers for carrying out ideas I had an sister's stay in made right in town; and hero in Paris I amusing experience. My mydicflMiinkVr havo been faithful to lny littloobscuro Paris waa too short for to undertake all she wanted made. Por dressmaker for tho last ten years for garments cloaks as well as dresses. Those tho beet tilings wo went to a big dressmaker, whoso importance lioa in gn-n- t dressmaker, liku good' servants, can bo prcteiibiona. Among tlio things ordered found. Tnero are a few of them left, and I don't see why I should not be as there was ouo for which I wanted my clover as my neighbor, lind them out mid own way. Tho woman exclaimed: "But havo the benefit of their services. Paris that is not practical. Yon women have ideas, but thoy can't be carried out." Letter. "Well, if It cannot bo carried out 1 will Ilmnrdlea t Clilririw Tmdra Union. lie responsible for spoilt cloth If them bo Tho trades unions of China resort to any." I know sho opixfecd it because terrible remedies in order to curry out the idea was not her own, and that It did thoir ends. 1 heard of a caso In Shangnot go to swell tho bill with yards of hai whero an employed did something lace, feathers, furs, passementerie, etc contrary to the rules of thoguild of his Sho consented at last; tho drcsa was a workmen. His men objected, but ho re- great success. A few weeks after I hail fused to accedo to their demands, and occasion to call on the dressmaker, and thoy concluded to make an example of what was my surprise to find several him. lie had more than 100 men work-lu- g dresses in tho showroom wjth my Idea for him. Thebo at a concerted sig- very practically curried out.jjjdwhat nal sprang upon him and commenced was my greater surprise, when (ihTHVom-a- n biting him. They had a leader, and this camo in, to find she was wearing my leader would not let ono of the men go idea practically demonstrated on her away from the place without showing own back. Brooklyn Euglo. his teeth, and if the teqth and gums were IV'liut "Uncle Ihhuc" Wiih Doing. bloody he was allowed Ao go out. Tommy was sent oil on iu errand one The plot was gotten up on the basis that there wus do capital puniohnient in morning to a farm lying just on thoeilgo China for biting. They bit tho man to of tho town, the owner of which was fadeath and the matter catne to tlio ears of miliarly known aa "Undo Isaac." Tho There was a littlo hour was rather early, and when he artho government fuss about it, but tbo guild was a stroug rived such members of tho largo fumjly one, and only the man who took the first as could bo spared without seriously inbito was punished. The punishment of terfering with tho running of tho domesmembers within the guild for acting tic machinery wero gathered for family contrary to its rules aro equally terrible. worship. Returning home, bis mother quesFrank G. Carpenter in National Tribtioned him about hia errand, and with une. the curiosity about ono'a neighbors Which 'lleallr Quits Merciful. takes deep root in village soil, sho asked It wus in the Now York Central depot him what was going on at tbo farm. Ho A well dressed lady with her Little Lord told her of the occupations of one and Fauntleroy son approached tho door another, and added, "and Uncle Isaac, leading to an outgoing train. Both were he waa in the settin room a praycrln on't luden with bundles. A railroad' official juat aa tight aa ho could prayer." New stood by the door. , York Tribune "Open the door or I'll punch your heud," exclaimed Fauntleroy in a very Evolution of the Siultllo. swagger voice, and the official, amused The evolution from cloth coverings to audacity, consented tlie saddle wero as gradual a they wero by the to becomo doorkeeper for the occasion natural, finally bringing us pa the saddlo , and complied, of today, consisting of tlio wooden Cranio Tho mother showed that sho was angry known as the saddletree, tho skirts or as sho swept through tlio door, Hud as it padded underfills, tho seat (generally closed she seized Fauntleroy ..by tho mado of tanned pigskin), tlio girth or shoulders and shook him severely. belly band, the stirrup tttrdps, the rfir-rap- s "Arent you ashamed of yourself" sho and tlw crupper loop. This comasked; "to bo so impolite- to the. gentle- bination is tlio saddle projier, no matter man," how varied its shape, how niir its ap"Sho, mamma," replied Fauntleroy, proach to elegance on the one hand or "I was only jest foolhi. I wouldn't 'a' to awkwardness on Uto other. Detroit punched hiinl" Syracuse Journal Free Press. A Small loophole. Housekeeper I know that milk fresh from the cow is warm, but thatyou left here yesterday was hot hot and thin, too, just aa II boiling water naa been ' poured in it Mllkman-O- h, tbo milk's al right mum no water in It; no, Indeed, mum. Housekeeper Then how camo it to be almost boiling hot? Milkman Why or you see, mum, somo o' tho cows boa typhoid fover. Good News. announce tho evening to your friends, and for .an hour tlio hostess or somo (mo else assigned' tlto duty may rcwl quotations, the guests giving tho autlior. Well known lines should bo Written on elips of paper and put In a pretty rlblion basket Tlio guests aro seated in a circle, and after tho first quotation ono is given a minute to name tlio author. If ho fails, tlio reader givos tlio right namo aud'No, 2 reads tho next quotation and passes to his next neighbor. , To givo variety an author's namo may be given, and a point is mado by tho first one who responds with a quotation from that writer; or a BUbjoct may bo given and appropriate quotations called for. The ono making the greatest number of points wins tho game. Another gamo that calls for quick thought ia culled "Observation." On the card given to each person is a list of ten articles that bo is given ten seconds each to boo. An evening devoted to curios, after tlio fashion of some of tlio clubs, ia also both delightful and profitable. Each guest brlnga a curio and tells tho history of it. In tlio mini) manner a geographical clnb sometimes varies its evenings by having each member bring u picture of some eixit where ho has traveled and give u littlo talk about it. New York -- a r. s raanuf 1 that tl benefit I ,Mr. IJjj Baino .England exports largo quantities of saddlery, the most of which is mado at Walsall, in Staffordshire, or in. tho immediate neighborhood. The value of .tho export, including harness, exceeds $2,- 000,000 annually. i . , wj: i) tionol' establl contri catnpa work , sam tJflitf and all 44H publlil" On the Lots in the City of Cloverport. r f 4 TERMS Of Sale made known on the day of Sale which terms will be t , , favorable to purchasers. p. it I JT to ljj) white ilonbli other nor o What Clcanllnei Really la. What is needed is not that a place shall merely look clean, but that something shall bo used that will purify it, bo that it shall bo to some extent scientifically clean. This moans that it shall bo purified from lnlcroecoplo germs as far as possible, which simple soap and water will not reach. New York Tribune. The groat treasury vault at Washington covers more than a quarter of an acre and Is twelve foot doep. Recently there was $00,000,000 in silver stored there, an amount that wehrhed 4,000 tons and would load 175 frewtt cars. The fishing Industry at Portland, Or., and vicinity is rapidly increasing. The amount of mackerel packed 1b Port land alone last season was 17.Q0Q, barrels, or more than 10,000 barrels in excess of the season before. Every portion of soapstone lost in cutting is utilized In other ways. It gives tho dull color to rubber goods, ia used in paper to gain weight, and ia also an excellent article to use In making fireproof painta. A Mew Procloiu Stone. A hitherto unknown stono hue boon found in tho mining district of.Cande-lari- a, in Novadl. It la of d dark grocn color and takes on a very high polish, and is classed by tho state geologist, na "eariscito." Boveral beautiful ornamonta havo boon produced from ft, but so far ft has cot boca found In any considerable quantity. Rotail Jowctcr, Twin Nine Time Wltho t a Mr. John Miscall, who ? ono of ,he head bakera In James Re &"fmi' bakery, .Norfolk, Va., has been made the proud poasessor of tho ninth oonaecutivo pair of healthy and strong twinej a boy and a girl. Mrs. Miscall has never given birth to one child at a time. Cor. Baltimore American. 1 , Hkf 1 i(tft t (g- j4v-.-i tf Wt( 4 for ti-r- " 'r ...- - - .r'i ft" .11 i" "'.?. K. tot ;?.T'' v f- - FRAIZB 1 r TTiT ' f'' U9 9 n .r - j Agt. for Wa.rfiQld Heirs. Xh0)f K CLOVERPORT, KY. t i" A - TS- - One of the latest discoveries of the soietitists is that the germs of yellow fever moy be conveyed from tropical Munmes in tne plumage or bird, Thirteen t Lucky. In Chicago a horee ear, a red hot stovn and thirteen passengers were struck by an engine. The oar was reduced to ktedling yood and took fire,vbui not a pMtteugegr was killed. And yet peopju Will go right on insistkig that thirtwn te an unlucky nnmhar. Indianapolis nown. ir;iwreFgJVBai"C"aiBmiiIWLil "pi, " ' '3T''V2?'!!jE,l'i'm'mmm1ilimiW&Bi', r V'Vify '" ' - y. wM ri r ii " KWfW?WWWPiW6ii(4jlT . ' AAy,' I ,,. ij !, n ' rtnryw, w.)rt " r. I 1 IT . "''" '""n'gyy.ji ' m"h' 'JSniMr,,"',Win - vntlm m.ftl, ii5fj IEWS. f, 'JUNE 22, 1892. 1 "- - ' GUSTON. of Uanlstpwn, is visiting her cousin II. L. Bell. Miss Kittle U. Munford is at homo Miss Eliza Yowoll, EXPLORING ALASKA. 1 "VkaaMBIIBnavMBavapMvaalMaaaHBnaMn'BaaMMIvnBalaiMW1,1lw mmmmmmmmi'mammmmamtummKmmKmmmmmf n. in The Wooplle. campaign lias begun t!li is still in its swnil- iiaa to bo fed with a lean jivll war in a ltepub- n race war lias been n"l$lP cPu,)"cftn Territory. an dinoraiity party seems to bo rflmjick tliis bright summerfQr tlio rusucrs ami mo rauni- murdering cacli otuer in tlio whites' and tlio blacks nro 33;the same in Oklahoma, ami the former caso martial law is it is evidently just as badly the latter. )tnlng were ft Democratic State jltysormons wb would hear about lfftVCU lHBlincia Ol mo iuuiurnuii; tnd tho reckless violence of tlio n desperadoes 1" Hut being "VDemocrntlc nor neaccful. tho tatnlniifniiihtuo waged in tho far aa tho notice of tho Republi- ftv w concerned. Now Mexico Prfeonla were refused admittance to JJnton, ostensibly, becauso their pop- n was not fitted for tlio suilnigo, in "through tho fear of making new ira'tic States, but whatever may be faults of thoso peoplo who livo in TMoxico or Arizona, they could ly give a greater exhibition oi uo- lent or disregard, of republican in- ttfons than that afforded by tho pre- it roign of lawlessness and violence in hung. In Oklahoma the race question pre- ;nts itself within tliO limits of an exclu- iVcly Republican jurisdiction, and no viijenco is shown fiat it is npproaciied . 1.11 !.!! (pro in a uroauor or muru jiuiiuauinuum Black it than it is in tho ft' of tho South, where tho lynching of wo ravishors gives tho red Republican Os opportunities for so much fine !g. Assaults upon wniie women in Territory, which, at tlio last election retho Ropubllcan candidate' for Dole- in Congress nearly double as many tes he tho Democratic, creates no less tiiero than it does in Southern iitcs. Perhaps it may scorn to some int B"ch things aa these liavo no con- fcctioQ with .party, and doubtless this KQryt'is correct, uut tnoso who uso HrYolsca ahd their lead pencils so ticli against l)ja South Jiayo identified (itl) theyeinocratic, tho predominant tho rule holds good in ty tbcro,-Tind,t case It riiust certainly do thesamo in etothcr claso of Oklakonla, iind tho 'publican party, which is in control of .Territory, must shoulder tno uiamc r the recent rioting. IJut the troubles in Republican Okla- lii have goho further tlian the at- stnpt to lynch a colored man for a crime tiftWias recently become so common, have approached tiie dimensions "war, and tho dispatches from the 'rial capital relate that tho white Urn flittnrmiiifirl in nut. n nniifiifi S$negro control in OklahomaT Out' iiiiuk uiai iicpuuiicun uruiiiroii, talk so much about it at long range, il&ue rejoiced at tlio opportunity of dri'nieuting with negro rule, by mak- iig tho practical test upon themselves in iklahoma, where there is now soil, no rccol- ld associations and itions, no "Bourbonlsin" and invidious Kstinctlons, but a free start, with an mjijiI chanco for tho man and brother, f;t Ull T..1 UlU Vl.lr 4nlA tilI liittflttirtot 1U 1" "1. "" " cannot boo that nil these invoniuie Wjlitions have made any difference in to attitude of tho white man toward tlio dock man, though both aroJtopublicans fe, for tho dangers of black rulo np- ?nr as great to tlio peoplo of Oklahoma of South Carolina or they do .Mississippi. These things are somewhat inconsist ent with tlio platform and promises of - tho Republican party, though that, in their case, is less a matter of conscience ItlwmTjf appearances, but tliov may crow Elog largo to bo overlooked, and Mr. Har- Ktirison Hhould issuo a proclamation to tlio (people of Wyoming and Oklahoma, Wlilln Mr T?nlil Ititnlit lirinf In flw Trill. L?.. iirtn uAmn rrnmY mlvlpf. in Htnlii Pnilrinr. (Journal, THRILLING EXPERIENCES OF-OF SCIENTISTS. PARTY - M spending vacation, from tho Covington, Tenn., College Mr. Harry Monroe, of Glendeuhe, is visiting his friend, Harry Roll. MonrOe is a good pno and is n regular "pairolira" Mrs. W. R. Toomey and her beautiful and accomplished daughter Miss Florence aro visiting .Mr. 11. Hi Livers family. Miss Maudo Adklnson, of Sherman, Tex., is at homo on n vacation. Sho was accompanied by her friend, Miss Darbin, of Louisville. . Mrs. Janus Ilendiicks, of Sandy Hill, Is on a Western tour to visit relatives in Kansas, Oklahoma uid will touch several other Western point, before she, returns. On Thursday afternoon, the !)th inst ; quite a select party, consisting of Misses Manila and Rhea Washington, Miss Spears and .Mrs. Helm, of Lexington ; Miss Qoodson, Miss Henry and Miss Messrs. Newman, Carter. Roberts, Washington and Bell were splendidly entertained by Mrs. Iferudon in her hospitable home in" Quality Corner." At 4 o'clock tho party was driven to a eae about j mile distant from tho house, on Mrs. Herndon's farm. In point of size, of course, it does not rom-par- o with tho Mammoth, hut as regards stalactites' itis. superior to either tho Mammoth or Wydndotta. After wo had satisfied our curiosity wo repaired to the houso where tea was served in tiuu old Kentucky style. Mr. and Mrs. llatoj Washington acted as chaperons. far-riga- Hie Strange 'Lunil of tlio I'nr Nnrthwrgt llni Many liilorotlnc IVittum T.ux urlunt Vrcptiitlon VVIiciu Thorn I No Ico St. i:il Not i Volcano. .. 1 Eor n weak and tired feeling, loss of appetite and general debility, Lightning Mood Elixir is tiie befef tonic. It is entirely vegetable, contains no mercury or other mineral poisons. Mrs. N. E. Allon White 0.1k, Ky., writ's; "Lightning Blood Elixir is certainly the true elixir of life. I liavo used it, and it lias cured me of many years', suffering. I run recommend Lightning Mood Elixir as a lady's friend." , Mr. Israol C, Russell hai relumed to Washington from that region of eternal lco and snow in Alaska, where tho highest peak in North America rises to an altitude of 10,000 feet from u glacier 1,000 square miles in area and as big as jlf thoso of the Alps put together. Along the edge of the glacier, nil tho. Vniy from ley liny to Yukntat bay, tiiero extends a strip of green coast which is sovered with luxuriant vegetation. Strawberry vines cover tho ground for miles, and tho verdant fields are reddened as far us tho eye can reach with luscious fruit, which compares favorably in point of sizo and flavor with tho finest grown In temperate latitudes. There aro huckleberries, too, and "salmon bcrr'.es." which aro something between blackberries and raspberries, but of giant size, measuring nearly two inches in diameter. All tho lowlands aro carpeted with violets, buttercups, yellow moiikoy flowers and other wild blossoms. Hero and there, in tlio midst of tho vast ice fields, are tho loveliest gardens watered by tho melting snow. TherfJ are plenty of grizzly bears in tho vicinity of Mount St. Ellas, but Mr. Russell did not find thorn very dangerous. Ho says that his encounters with them reminded him of killing pigs. Of brown and black bears ho saw uud shot n great many. The expedition met with enough perili, however, to satisfy tho most adventurous geographical explor ers. Nearly all of tho climbing had to bo done up steep walls of ico una snow by cutting Bteps. At almost any tlino a slip would Urfive precipitated tho party down the frozen precipices thousands of feet. Oil one occasion thoy were when they found that an avalanche had carried away tho steps which they had made in going up. The impromptu staircase was destroyed for 800 feet, and they had to lower a man by a ropo to chop out another, there being no other way of getting down. Such accidents us this wero not uncommon. IIAIllDllKADTII ESCAPES. THE cs-Kixr- o t Pi , ii I'M 'i PES. 1 -- t Jj a r hl h HARDIN COUNTY. ',KIUilcthtQvn News.) if Commonwealth's Attorney Wnthen, of Drandenbtirg, was hero this week. Miss Mary Emma Kurtz, of Webster, Ky,, is tho guest of Mrs. J. C. Jiitrkholtl er. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Reavln, of Clover- port, are visiting Mr. II. M. Hagan' and family. Miw Minnie fiianch, li:ts returned home from Mitclull, lull., wlure slie has been for several, months"" attending SChoOl. ; ' Miss Lizzie Sweets and Mrs. Shack-lctt- o (Friday) for Lebanon, leave 01iio, to spend several weeks in the Nor ante-bellu- m C "".. mal Institute there. Georgo Whalon, a colored brakeman, while coupling cars at Stephenburg last Friday was caught in such a maimer n to. have both legs broken. Tho two Indictments returned against R. L. Stlth, ex School Superintendent ol Hardin county, for embezzlement, wen on Tuesday dismissed on demurer and to tho Grand Jury at th next term. Another comnunccuicnt hti marked tho closo o' the thirty-seconscholistic .year of Cecilian College, and fresh lau rels have been adked to this old institution, hich has, been such a potent factor in tlio education of our young men. Tho lluidin County Training and Trotting Association has been organized and tho following directors lmvo been elected: John L. Helm, W. II. Mafriott, Sam. Glasscock, John Coombs and It- - B. Park. It. 11. Park was electod president ! ' and secretary ' s d . ?- . "April showers mako May flowers.' rfnd wet feet mako bad colds, but Lightning Cough Drbps will euro any cough, hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, Zonia, W. Va , says : "Lightning Cough Drops is something wonderful. I do not think there is any medicine in tlio world thatwUl givo better satisfaction. Will do all claimed for it." All dealers sell it v ' f you Hjtv Talking of patent medicines Kentucky Fairs. know tho old prejudice. And tlio docTho following aro tlio dates of meet tors 6omo of them aro between you and ings of Kentucky fairs this year:" Eminence, July 10 5 dajs. Tiioy would like you to think that 'J& (U8 Harrodsburg, July 25 fl duy's. 4 ' what's cured thousands won't euro you'. Danville, August days. You'd bcliovo in patent medicines if Sharp8burg, August days. Columbia, August they didn't profess to euro everything days. Springfield, August 0 i Jays. and bo, between tho experiments of doc- Lawrenceburg, August days. tilorB, and tho experiments of patent Cunipbellsville, August 10 I days. "medicines that aro sold only becauso Nichpla8ville. August 105 days. Uniontown, August 10 1 days. there's money in the "stuff," you lose Henderson, August 235 days. faith in everything. Slielbyvilio, August 2r-- 3 days. mhd, vou can't, always toll tho prefe scription that cures by what you read In Lebanon, August 23 i5 days. May8villo,'August 2:1 days. Lexington, August 305 days. tho papers. So, perhaps, there s no bet- -' Franklin, August 305 days.. ter way to sell a remedy, than to tell tho , Bowling Green, September 0. Mjltruth about it, and take tlio risk of its Ilardstown, September 0 D days. rjioing just what it professes to do. Paris, Septembor days. Elizabefhtown, Sept. 13 I days. That's what tho World's Disponsary Winchester, September 185 days. Medical Association? of "Huffalo, N, Y., Horsd Cave, September 20. does with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Cynthiana, September 21 days. Discovery and Dr. Piorce's Favorite Hartford. September 284 days. ML Stcrljng, Sept. 20- -3 days. days. Owonton, October ' If they don't do what their makers say Hopkinsvillo, October 124 days. they'll do you got your monpy hack. Versailles, August 2 days. 25 05 04 03 y :, 05 1 n. 45 1 FrioM Have Sis Since 1860. Mary Woods filed a suit in tlio Law and Equity CourtJ this morning against thci OwensboTtf' .'Nashvillo Railway Company for $.r0,000 damages. She states that on Juno 5, 1S02, hor Kusbaud, while a penger on a train of tlio defendant company, was killed by u collision of this with another of said company ' itrsiKSHiid that his death was the reault of tho willful ncVligonco of tlio defendant' servants. Wherefore sho asks danuMM in tho sum sued for above. Jas. K Qtitiw is attorney for the plaln-tlf- f. jLouievill Post. PROMPT RELIEF For biliousness, nausea, and diarrhoea, dizziness, take Ayer's Pills c 9idJC0atSnuikT Stato Coiivention this week. It wna .thought a gentleman who promised to gtoiuort the Convention specially for us .alii iw laiii'ii emireiy, jj Owing ii an unavoidable accident were unable to et a full report of o the the best family medicine, purely vegetable, Every Dose Effective :. Aval inches wero continually falling, rushing down the slopes with tho speed of railway trains nnd with a roar like thunder that could bo heard twenty miles nway. One night ubo'tt 12 o'clock tho jwrty was passing over a bad place in tho Agassis glacier. Two men wero in tho lead, drawing a sled. Suddenly they disappeared from sight, having fallen into n fissure in tho Ice. Luckily thoy wero caught upon a projecting ledgo at the depth of about twenty feet, else they would never liavo been seen again. They wero hauled out with ropes. Tho next day in the sumo neighborhood Mr. Russell chanced to look behind him nnd saw that the ice field over which ho had just passed was gone, leaving an enormous hole of unknown depth. Another time ono of his men tumbled into a crevice, mid was only saved by tho puck fastened to his shoulder, which Interrupted his progress through a twist in tho frozen tunnel that had yawned for him. Tlio Agosjjs glacier is ono of the four great glaciers which, together with alwut a thousand small ones, flow out from the mountains at the north to tho mighty Muluspinu glacier, pouring their streams of ice continually into this vast frozen sea. This gluoier ef Mulaspina, from 1,500. to 2.000 feet thick, is interesting, not merely becaiuo of its enormous size, but also by rtxison of the fact that it is the only one now in existence of the sumo type as th glacier which formerly covered nil of this continent as far south as Philadelphia and St. Louis, leaving traces that aro vibible to this day in scratches on tho rocks. a aLAC'iAi. mviiii. Where the land in that region Is bure of ico the vegetation attains nn almost tropical luxuriance, and tho Arctic juugles aro well nigh Impassable to thq explorer. Ornfof the chief obstacles ert countered in threading them is a plant known as the "devil's club," which grows, to a height of ten or fifteen feet.itsstems' running along tho ground for borne dis tanco and then turning upward. Every part of its surface, even to the libs of tho leavitf, is thickly het with spines, which inflict painful wounds, and breaking off in the flesh cause festering s res. In tho Lncia glacier occurs a most Interesting feature in tlio shape of n glacial river which comes out from n monnta-through nn archway of Ico, flows for a mile and a half in plain view, nnd then is lost to sight in another tunnel. Whew tho stream emerges finally is unknown. No oxplorer has as yet been bold enough to enter the tunnel and drift through, after the fashion of Allan Qnatermaln and Umslopogaas. Tho greatest rlk In stich an undertaking would bo from fall-ld- g blocks of ice. At the mouth of tho tunnel there are nhvuys confused noises and rhythmia vibrations to bo heard from the dark recesses within. Tho ulr is filled with pulsations liko deep organ notes, and it requires but little imagination to transform theso strange sounds into tho voices and songs of inhabitants of the notlier world. It used to bo supposed that Mount St. Ellas wus a volcano, and sea captains sailing on the Pacific have often beheld what thoy imagined to bo smoke issuing from its summit; but this is n mistake, and It 1b probable that tho alleged smoko was really dust blown upward by tho wind. Washington Cot. New York 8un. Tlio Craio fur Ilonolloili la Derllii. I hoard yesterday that tho French liking for horseflesh is imitated to such n degrco in Berlin as to have becomo u crazo. Soverul invitations liavo boon received by proprietors of Parisian rostau-runt- s to a grand banquet of this moat, announcod to take placo in ono of tho principal restaurants of Borlin. Dishes prepared on., from horseflesh will be served, and tho menn comprises tho fob lowing: Hor broth, with taplocu; horse. tonguo, glazed ana ornamented; horse brains a la Toulouso; roast loin of horso, with cranberries; horso head en tortuo. yttk salad. Cor. Philadelphia Times. Shot the Dummy. James Totes', a well to do colored man, near Plain City, O., was awakened a few nights ago by the unusual barking and ! snarling of his dog, and going to the door with his shotgun fired at tho figure of a man standing near one of several apple trees on which his Thanksgiving turkeys were roosting. The figure fell to the ground, and Tolos, cautiously going forward, found it to be a dummy, made with old clothes stuffed with straw, In the moantimo thieves had carried away rjeven.fat gobblers. Exchange. o ava-ldnc- LLH i n v BY COMING TO w iiLLLLLLLI iLLH d CLOYERPORT, KY. To the Big: Barbecue to be given by the :h iA ' ' I m AND THE CITIZENS, AT OCLESBY gBEggggggBBSl i ON THAT DAY. mm 'J'dLiJti': If w vvy Keduced rates have been secured on all railroads and steamboat lines, which will sell tickets at one fare for the round trip. Giving you a good chance to visit the marvelous growing city, 4,The coming Chicago of Kentucky." A day visiting the now famous Brick Works, Terra Cotta Works, Machine Shops of the L., St. L. & T. railroad, and the Fine Natural Gas Wells, showing you beyond a doubt that nature has abundantly blest the marvelous growing city, which now stands at the head of all boom towns in the State. GRAND STREET PARADE, Will also take place on that day by the A. O. U. W. Lodge, and will be joined by other Lodges. The town will be beautifully decorated on that day in honor of the glorious 4th of July. On that day twelve large balloons will be sent up, which will be free to all. Good speakers have been invited to attend and everything has been prepared to have one of the biggest barbecues in the country. Plenty of space has been reserved for the lovers of dancing, and a good String and Brass Baud will be on hand for the occasion. ?' r BEeals will be served on the grounds at the regular price 25 cents. Plenty of refreshments of all kinds on hand and plenty of ice cold water. Good conduct will be preserved by a regular force of police, who will have charge of the grounds.. And spend the glorious 4th of July, as we have prepared to entertain you royally. . - OOIMIIE J.D. ONE I COMB ALL! ' "'" S. R.,BERRY. : GREGORY, Jr, . A. A. LaHEIST. THOS. BOHLER. Oommitteo on Dancing, GEO. WEATHERHOLT. HARVEY ADA&S. ymi c i: "S? lf BHWHBwW 2!B!ft '4 -- - y. 'RC vHj v f. 4 1IU1 .traJi? Tho Council Meeting. Information comes to this ollk'e that M. tho family of Mr. Jerry Johnson, living at tho Chicago Convention. Tho Cloverport Council mtl Friday Henry Winter. 'Wm. J. Winter. edge Johu M. Borntraeger Mr.iuid Mis. 8. I). Lloyd luntj return-oi- l about liliio inlls from town in tho desti- night with 11 full nlleudnnce. of Hancock county, is in almost Tho repoitof engineers establishColumbus, 6. to their home in Oflto in Dr. D7tiV old stand up tlairt, tute circumstances. Mr. and Mrs. John- - ing tho grade on Wall street was receivfJ: (SAM UlnUreltas and parasols", just the thing ' GLOV EBPORT. K Y . ston nro both nick, nnd six or seven little ed and accented. for tliv big 4th picnic, at Kuher's. children ore actually wanting bread. Bids'for city tax collector were receive Tickets for tho Apollo Quartette enter- This is a chance, to exercise HirfBtian einui follows.-- . JnmeB IlambictOB, per 8 SHINGLE-NAIL- S tainment for sale at City Bakery. charity instead of Ulklng'lontfd the cent : JessaMinicr. (I J ner cent Dri ft. Mr. J. E. McQuady and family, of neUnlo should Kee that this family" docs H Tfe wsoin t nc-hnO of ono per cent. ' CANNELTON, IND. Glcndoahc, have moved to Louisville. not suflor longer. is wlmt the people Trnnt, and whnt wo liavo not cot in Cool lower tban any body else." Newborn tnnilc to oritur in the Wet style, Clothing you will prbbably find in boiho hotter clininto than this. Mr. Noah Greenwall, living on the got ltntupcreent. though it was eon- cutter, was .J IL'llunchey, ulcr's Perfect fit gunmntvedf Orders solicited. bidcr-'blWest Blethers' farm, back of Holt's Botlower than ho expected it." ijui 11 you mtenu loycnnun m JiOUisvillo or vicinity you must Are indigestible, but when takl 'hero on his regular iiekly irlp Friday Thursday lie got U'per ceiit. Inst year. The rates come to us '1 Fresh bananas, watermelons, oranges, tom, kilkd a rattle snuke hut M. D. A. A. proper form'and morning of Immense size, and measuring have been placed at sixty cents on the proper lemons, for Bale at C, 0. Martin's. sixty-tw- o inches 111 length. It hns nine hundred dollars, and $1 on tho poll. through Buck Wilson, of Rome, paswd are as indispensable as Dog and Btoek ordinances were intrt rattli b which provt s it to be as many -tho city Friday enrouto to Patcsvillo to years old. It is sluflcd'and on oxhibi-tio- n dileed by Councilman Office our Iircclcnrhlgr Bank: ? s rePierce Thlch CLOVERPORT, XT. viBit his uncle, Mr. Reed. nt Fisher's dnlg store whtro nny quire that every dog, pup or bitch withIco cream every evening and night at person wishing to view mk.1i reptiles in tho lity shall Ik-- rcgistervd and a fc& Wo can fltyomouU'n wliort order with something neat, cool, O. O. Mfirtin'H. Leave vour orders for may see it. Mr. Greoimult, also, broiled 'of three dollars a '".'ml juiidj Mtae, wiu amlKeiPR Or if you want a Suit or pnir of TroitBcra imlf gnllonn, quarts and pints. nwiid sudt potato to town, which he all dogs found running loose 611 the' r U. S. Claim & Pension Agent "all the year round," sco otir medium weights in Cassi Buy a nice wmifortublo titling shoo had dug oii the same fnru), that weighed streets Without it coTlur anil tho proper cheap at Suit's bo you can enjoy the twenty-twpounds. It may albo be seen register tag attached shall be shot by tho meres, Worsteds, Tliihcts, ChcviotP, etc., nt priced that will suit nt Fisher s. Ith of July A. 0. U. W. picnic. marshal. .All stock hogs, horse's or cat STEPHENSPORT, KY. you. Engineer Hudson has established a tlefound ninnlng Ioobo within the city Tho first watermelons of tho season M. D. struch tho town last Thursday morning. grade on Wall nnd High streets which limits shall bo taken up and placed in t T .vU' J by tho can ,iond, upecies. Council, has Surgeon, They nro of the Georgiahas been attend- now been accepted by thowill have toand ownera,whichpaying bo redeemid and mar by $1.60 tt head those new sidewalks go Mr. VA. Riedel, who CLOVERPORT, KY. II not redeemed within a ing tho Politcculc school at Terro Haute, dow n. If the property holders don't do shal fees. You may not need Shingle-Nail- s jtpj B&rOjJicc at Home or the prttrnt. it themselves, the city will doit for them speckled time will bo Bold for tho bene Ind., is nt homo on a short visit. Ul and the property will bo held as surety fit of tho city. but when you stand in neeu of anjy Miss Ida Jamison, who has been visitThcoc ordinances were referred to the News. It would bo ing MIbs Lela Camp, returned to her until they aro paid for. ' ' much hotter for each property holder to Ordltianco Committee, and will probabof HARDWARE a homo in Louisville last Saturday. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22(41602. to tho laying of theso walks himself, ly be passed nt the next meeting of tho bco Mr. James E. Muttingly is still im- nnd then it will bo sure to cost him less Council with some revisions. proving slowly, and was able to pay this Uio Mayor wasautiiorizeu to omul a money. Don't delay any tima nbout it, LOCAL BREVITIES. ollico a short visit Monday morning. fence around the juil and establish a either. Mr J T. Keenan, who has lieen atrock pile within, so that prisioncrs who I The wheat crop is immense. Thn Rtata T- m:u RAYMOND. ..7Tr. . A. New Enterprise for Irvington tending school at Bremen, Ky., has re do not pay their fines, can be made work I W. C. Lemcrt, Bncyrus. 0., was in the turned homo tospend the vacation. T m The cUb-cn- s of tho thriving town of without tlio expense of paying n guard. , iuuio m uioverport. city Thursday. Sunday School at this place is progre6s-in- g (Jon. A. J. Gross was in tho Misses Willie Mitchell and Sallio Irvington have on foot an enterpriso now Ho was also authorized to seat tho court city Mon-nn- y Multingiy, was ' : Mr. R. C. Mnttingly, of nicely nml made arrangements for nn en, jj Ijimar, of Hawisville, were visiting the which if successfully carried out will bo room properly. r I r in tlio dty Friday. quite an addition to their plate. They . .Misses Sawyer a few days last week. Farmers are very , busy plowing corn campment of the State Troops nt this Tlit,',n,ol?not,v't fixed, but t In ween showers.1' Mr. C. I'. Sawyer, oi OwenMwro, spent will J. C. Wilkcrson left Inst night on a propose to - start a creamery, and have nil y nbout tlio latter part of Shot At Him Twice. i tho money- pledged to them to bulk! it. V Thursday at home. Mr. Frank J August or the first of Bev. Wilietttonk'dlnnirnt short business trip, up the road, in the .... A "" . ri'l'ilili.nt n till, anl.ll I.ast Sunday morning the pcoploMn Clnyconib's Sunday. Some two weeks ago the Rinkln ManuCharley Bolder was at home from Interest of tho Cloverport Cigar Factory. :,r,, " " "" ""w "ojs win do here; of the facturing Company of Chicago Illinois the neighborhord of Miller's livery staAnd you will bo convinced that the Spottsvillo Sunday. Mr. Jcfso Porks vnna in thirf neighborcountry, cities folk?towns willsurrounding William Hawkins hosasplendid show sent two bo invited; of their agents to Irvington for ble wero startled by two loud reports an ho two weeks of the encampment Sunday.' wheat is all harvested and prom- ing for a fino crop of tobacco this season. The hood again tho purposo of getting tho matter on from a revolver, and it was soon learned will bo posseiUn ono the most accommodating Hardware. ises a fino yield. The crops along the pike look promising. foot. Mr. Tom Chappell, of Custer, attended pleasure," Keceptlons,continual round of After getting there, a public meet- Mint Tom. Adams, colored, had shot at tt p balls, parties; Geo. J. Nell", of Guston, was in tho Payne & Co's. now building was chris- ing of tho citizens, and some of the farm J. S. Jackson, white. church here Sunday. icnics.etc. will bo the order of the veyors in Cloverport. ay, Clo crport w ill open her doors nnd city ono day last week. tened last night by the young people of ers around Irvington was held, and.nfter Miss Dee BashanLof.Lodiburg, vlsitul Tho particulars were hard to learn, but j d tho city. Ono of the most pleasurable getting all the light they could on the it seems that Jackson nnd Elishn Fisher, Miss Nettie 'Cashmaivlaat week, 3f&l ,"" E. Pickerell, of Philadelphia, Lobt. ' uross nro we i social balls ever given in tho city was en- subject, they went to work to raise tho an old colored man, who tends the was in tho city Nittmiiiy. Mr. Bloom Parr, of Chenault, was thu indebted for this compliment. No joyed there until tho wee hours of this necessary funds. Before any money was was v.r 1...M i., i..-Snmantlin ltnlsor Sunday. were into a dispute nlwnt hiring a guest of Miss iarvcy M. MiCrncken, of Louisville, .df tho State, and we nro glad of tho morning. raised, however, the Itankin Manufac- horse when Adams stcpocd in nnd in the city Saturday. Mr. Carlt Cart and Miss Kittio Bashnin of having tlio "Butch" Sawyer and Miss Lamar were turing Company proposed to pay tho ex- joined in the fomentation. Jackson made spent Saturday night with Miss Wildie nu.ong II8, mUHI make soldier boyB Staplo and fancy groceries go to For it agreeable for n" who may visit us while they nro here. married nt Hawesvillo last Wednesday, penses of three men from Irvington to some remark to Adams nbout it not Stiff. Mdrton'n Corner Grocery. as wo had previously announced they go to Chicago and take a lookfor them- being his affair and that be had better Mrs. Blrtlio Board, of Holt, spent seviL'T Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Pollnvcn liavo Republicans Organize. wouldjjmd camo to this city on the selves nt Borne of the big Creamery estab- nttcndto his own business, when Adams eral days with, her mother, Mrs. Head on tho hill. gone to housekeeping oven ngjrojn. The Ni:w s offers lishments that wero In'opomlion in that immediately drew a revolver and fired Tho Hcpiiblicnn County Committee v" last w eek". Walter Strafler has quit tliojurnitnro met at tho court houso in Ilanllnsbunt State. Messrs. Walter Pimott. Ferd Mc- - twice In rapid succession nt Jackson. He Ft L Miss Ticia Smith and Miss Janio Hen Monday and consumnted a thorough rebusiness iicro and returned to Louisville TheCily Council, in tho name "of the Gee, nnd John Lydan went to Chicago nas either n very poor shot or his gun 9 IB Mrs Henry Clnycomb Tues- organization. Mr. It. N. MHPr, of this dry visited to stay. people, should present Jess Miller with and after locking around at the renmcr-icsi- n was of no account, for he missed his man city, was elected chairman of tho now 'Squirts L. A. Foote, of Rowlcyville, is a cromo for bidding Oj per cent, in openltioh therV, cnine lack convin- both times. Adams was arrested and day night. committee, and iliwtrlnt mnmi.o.,, .. the on tho Tax Collector contest. Sheriff, James Biggs, of Stophensport, chosen in every Magisterial District in sellitig one of the finest Ho saved thu ced that it was the thing tho farmers placed under $300 bond to apicar before spent lost Thursday night with Mr. 1ah tho county. Those for Cloverport dismarket. for an examinSo thev .Mayor Lightfoot city near $'M), compared witli last year, around IrviiiL'ton wanted. trict nro Jonas Wilson, Leonard Oelo went to work, with the help of others, ing trial. The case is set for 10 o'clock Cashtnnn. nnd Tate. Nothing whatever wns Mrs. Gabbert, of Rockport, Ind., waff "nnd tiren did not get it. Miss Deo .Unshorn and Miss Nettie said about county politics, but resoluNewsotn last' Wo nro requested by "Candy" Black, and have now $4000 subscribed to the a. in. the guest of Mrs. R. y Most all of the farmers Cashtnnn wero the guests of Miss. Wildie tions wero passed indorsing Harrison's w i k. , of Holt, to extend the thnnks of himself enterprise. ndmmi8tration nnd his rcnominntion. around Irvington nro taking stock in it, Stiff Wednesday night. Cloverport High School Teachers. Cakes, steam liuht bread and fresh nnd family to the friends who so kindly and they are determined to make it n Mr. Mike Basham and Miss Laura The school hoard met Monday night garden vegetables for sale at Morton's assisted in nursing, and by other acts of 'V kindness showed their regard and friend- success. The plant when completed will for the purpose o electing feathers for Hush were married in tho Itaymond Corner Grocery. cost $."00g, but the amount they have ship in Ids lost sickness. church Sunday. Rev. I. C. Argafriglit the rtflxt term of st liool. Miss Maggie lir.iudenburg, of besubscribed now will enable There wero several applicants, but officiating. May their pathway through "Little" Jim Miller is trying to avoid gin opeiations. Dr. P. W them to is visiting her brother, Mr. C. Act Directly on 1 Foote, Mr. It. from among vnna man akd rTxn,Dmsiwj. the list the following per- life he 111 bright as thu morning sunthe dletta of tho warm M. Jolly, nml n few others there Brandenburg. ( II. BlCSllElOACnS. TJlUOCS Caua. Crmrrrw.. aro sons were unanimously elided. Prof. shine. 11 on, XUIXUSXTUZ, t'llES, rjLWTATHHJ The brightcBt'nnd handsomest looking weather by wearing mother hubbard iliorouglily enlisted in the movement, Uub. Brown, principal , Prof. Thos. dresses. Have jou seen her yet in her ounBUBABT.Dirznresfl, Tonrn I.itxb, Bro. Miram Wllktt nnd Bro. Campthing in that part of town just now is Dr. and they think it is decidedly the liest CoAtruTosaua, Suzrtseaxxgg, asd Aix Wroe, ilrstnssistant; Miss KHa Dowden, bell closed a protracted meeting here now nppirel? If you haven't, for thing for Lightfoot,'B house. Dui!isuorTniLrmiiinltminT the fanner that could be cotten second asistantj it you do not "feci vorj well," a elnglo pill M Miss Annie Itnilt, Sunday, witbn large attendance. Those heaven's sake go look at her. up. The creamery will work tho milk Surveyor, F. A. IWavin ami wife, who AumoiuKi too Bramtco, rcftlorts primary and Miss Annio May, music from n ilistntU'i! winrtlMr. fj. M. Miv John and Aris Wurflvld have obtain- from 100 cows to begin with. As it protho sppctlto, Imparts vljor to tho gjttem. linvo l)cen visiting in Ilardin county, teacher. They cure all dlaeucs like mMr art Glothl.in and wife, MrArthur Hayncs, ed ono of the nho rooms on the second gresses will use more. Tho main point liavo returned home. tharlshtlclnd. BBLLKRS' UVEIl FUXS. This it will he noticed is the eai'iio Miss Minnie llojlo and' Miss 'Liza Brti lloor of thoNiiws building, nnd nro now in tho success of tho tiling, is Eoldbydmarlets. Bend for clreclir. to get the faculty that so efficiently taught thu Get ready for tho big picnic on the Ith quito snugly llxed. There are BBLLEB3MEDIcrNB CO..PltUbnrgh. fa. shear, from Union Star ; Mr. Scott Cart jet two buy your lawns, challies and white more nice, conifoi table and desirnblo farmers inteiesteil, so that they will stock different departments of this school last Htubwifo, Misses Alllo nnd Mag Cart, of up with cows, and be able to supply all goods, etc., at Sulzor's. and the citizens of Cloverport mny Shiloh. rooms for rent on the samo floor. tho milk needed for use. Within a year jear, feel assured that the high standard of Miss Alma Moredoek, of Louisville, Of the many attractive things in town the milk furnished this creamery from ho school, that has lieen so universally will spend the summer with her grand on the day of the Bi:i ( Couldn't Get Away. kkniuinii: Nhws' eight or ten cows will pay the farmer kept up in the past, will be continued in mother, Mrs. F. II. Sawyer. big excursion was the parade bv Super's bettor than n good crop of tobacco, to say . . beitchfield wns in commotion last Sunthe future. Mr. Sidney A. Brach, who has been in troup of uniformed boys. Something nothing of tho saving of labor. This day evening when it was learned that School w ill open Sept. 5th, nnd thero "5. Arkansas for several weeks, lias returned new nnd startling can nlways lw expect- company built a creamery at Klizabeth-towV tho 1 year old daughter of Mr. G. W. o bis home near Custer. ed of this enterprising business house. Ky., which has been in operation should he a lull attendance from tho Inig, Cashier ot the Grayson county Tho plumbers have put tho gas pipes Mr. Ralph Nutting, the young copper- now about six weekp, nnd the peojilo start. Pnjills from a distance, w ho nre Hank, had eloped witli Clarence Rogers, Co's. new building. Then" smith nnd cornetist, has purchased a there nro highly plenbed with it so far. contemplating "going off" to school some son of II. O. Rogers, n prominent stock nto Payne it on the ground floor. new Steinwny accordion nnd is now dis The company guarantees a success of ono where, should make arrangements. to at- trader of Grayson county. twenty large Thero is no moro Rosa Hammond, of Indiana, is coursing sweet strains of music everv at Inington, provided tho people take" tend this school. Mr. liong,ntonco witn some friends, beautiful or pleasant place, 01 place with to visit her sis evening for tho edification of tho neigh the proper interest in it. (octed hero thib week started in hot pursuit, hut as tho young bettor moral surroundings than Cloverore, Mrs. R. L. Newsom, Mrs. Deo ImhIi- - bors. Mr. Mike Jungling accompanies lovers had soveral hours tho start they Progressive People. port, and the school keeps pace with tho him on tho banjo. r. wero not easily caught. They found I People thnt nro opening up their land progressing littl?city. tl.ey had started Inn conveyance towards If you want n lot in the Ilistlnnd addi- - Tho Appollo Quartette of Depau in the suburbs of tho city are making n Klizabcthtown and ho followed them will giyo an entertainment in the ion you had botttr call on Pierce & moe in the right direction. Tho ninny bort at once. They nro moving things Presb) terinn church, Friday evening people who nro coming hero nnd getting Democratic Primary First Monday past Mr. James Mercor's w hero he lost What's the Matter With It ? V : track of them nnd came on to ton n and If jou think there'i nm thing tho mutter with June 24. Proceeds to go to Church employment all want pidly. In August. some placo to livo fiom hero took tho L. & N. train to your watch, let ui tike h lo k at It. Don't let Rev. W. C. Brandon will preach at Building Fund. Come and enjoy your-sehe- s and keep their families, nml persons who Tho Democratic County Coniinittco Upton wlicro ho A few stopped. In tho menr.-tlm- o It go on ticking Itielf to Jejttuctlon. ns well as aid a good cause. AdHolt's Chapel next Sunday nt 11 o'clock have capital and want to invest it in n met nt the court houso in Hardinsburg ..if m. and will occupy his pulpit here at mission 2.'i cents. tho young pcoplo had left tho particles of dut will In a week do more dam1. manner that will pay a good lcr cent, last Monday for tho purposo of fixing Loltchlield road and had gono ncross to age than the ordinary wear and tear of a whole Persons desiring lots in Kastlnnd, must nro light. to realize that in Clover- upon a date for holding tho Democratic Glendnlo keeping time. Any watch la well but reached thcro to lato for jearof care worth MitB'B Pearl and Nona Perrigo, who securo them nt once, as Mr. pierce tells port real estate is a splendid placo to pnt Primary for county officers. After duo taking of; the more jour watch li No. 8 Monday morning. Somo indis- wo th the better worth taking oare of It it. Of decided to hold the creet iae been visiting relatives in Stephcns- - us they have but very few remaining. it. By opening up these commons, nnd consideration friend hero talked to much and let that kind tf thing, we make oepecialty, rt, for n couplo of weeks, returned Buildings nro going up rapidly in this selling lots cheap wo thus encourage the primary on tho first Monday in August, a friend of Mr. Inig's know where the our c' arget are not tnodrrate, there and, it beautiful little suburb, and it will 60on investment of capital and tho building our old defunct election day. Sunday. Isn't any iomo young pcoplo were, nnd ho camo back uebwird ai moderation Utho dictionary unabo dotted with neat little cottages and in of hoiisrs, nnd it is n fact that tho moro Tho chairman of tho Judicial District from A. S. Allen, of Chenault, camo Mr. Upton and caught Ids daughter nt bridged or otherwise. Hhvc you seob our nice values will Iks much higher. houses wo build tho greater is tho deCommittee was also requested to consult own on tho City of Owenslwro Satur- - const quence Glondale. Rogers na soon as ho saw tho 'stock of watches, watch chains, spectaclcr, If that cistern down nt Vest's corner is mand Houses are rented hero from tho with the members of tho committee in ay morning and n turned tho same day intended for tho benefit of 11 thirsting time a man conceives thu idea of build- other counties, nnd fix tho dafo for hold- irate father of tho girl took to his heels musical merchandise, In fact n nlie stock of m tho Tell City. nnd basnot since been sfon. They goods. Wonld 1 plcnsod ta have ynu call r As usual, there will bo a picnic at tho public, we would suggest that that thing ing. Tho Wnrfleld Addition, which will ing tho district primary on tho same were just ready to board No. 0, Monday Respectfully. rlte is here. Sols our stock of they call tho pump bo taken out nnd a be opened up for snlo on tho TOth day of day. This is a move in the right directld Helm Place, near Union Star, on tho ovening for JefTersonvillo when they F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, roap with an old powder can attached be this month, is a high, healthful and very ion, nnd candidates for Circuit Judge "ourtli of July. All who go thcro can CLOVKUPoUT, KY. placed there in its stead. It would bo so desirable placo for homes, and is tho and Prosecuting Attorney can begin to were calight. ti'town News. xpect to paas an enjoyable day. Branch Houso J V. Outhrlc, Hardinsburg. nice j list to Do able to get water when second addition that has been opened bueklo on their armor, for tho ball will The colored pcoplo had a well attend-- d you want it. Who Said We Weren't Proud Of Him. this Spring. Kastlnnd was opened Bixty noon liegin to roll, WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE picnic in LaHelst'a Grovo Saturday nfei Mr. severs, of Hreckonrldgo, is deIt will probably bo a tamo affair, when to note that Miss B. days ago and is now a nlco llttlo village We nro pleased lliti ur-- al linirlltih llrmcd'. nd n grand "Fruit Shower" whatover Como and examine, our goods for yourself. Wo havo tho largoet I'roiniitly and permaAda Drury, of Bowleyville, hns accepted of itself. Lots were Bold there less than compared witli tho battles wo hao veloping into ono of tlio best leaders in liat is in tho "Incubator" at night. nently curia all forma of very desirable position in the Ken- two months ago for less than $100, which fought against tho enemy on that day in tlio Houso nt Frankfort. Ho confounds NcrouKVeuknct.. Kinlt- - lot of "tIioA. 0. V. W's. of CloverjKirt aro a Moiia, tucky College nt Peweo Valley. Miss could not bo bought now for $T00. It days ngone, hut every Democrat should and confines tho demagogues and ncord and all o wing to have a big jiicnie on tho 1th. Drury is nn accomplished lady, Abtiho or KxicthtH. liken has been will bo tho same In tho Wnrfleld Addi- come out and express his choice as to makers and may bo depended upon na pretcriPLiI o t r 35 yextt In ready in tho meantimo and buy ,lct successful and admired teacher in the tion, nnd persons desiring cheap homes who hu had rather wofdd carry the an ndocato of tho right and sensible tllOII.ttllll. III lt.k. I. th. Uefur Kellahlc and 'our cool wearing apparel at Sul.er's. Another Miditlnf and After, onlyilruuL'liit fnr lli.np.i public schools of Breckenridge, and we oriwrsons wishing to invest for n profit, grand old Democratic banner against tli Btdo of every proposition. known. Wdou'n strong man of this section of tho .State is l'liosriioniNr; if he Ak stmie wwitllles mcill- oiler A M. Glasgow, of Clifton Mills, eandi- - predict success for her in her now field should take advantngool this opportunit- enemy next November. I l l.t ill I.. limit: uir.UI.. intvw ins RiiuiiiKi...ii irv, l. IIICI tin, and weLI.JI.I send hy return yMr. Gougli, of IiOgan. Their constituw III ijftf jrtofor County Court Clerk, was in the of lalior. close price in letter, mall. Price, one packnire, 1, alx.fc. One wilt ents hnvo reason to be proud (f them. 1' Mondav nnd yesterday lookins after Itov. It. J. Williams, of Greenville, S. please, six will cure, rainpnlit In plain scaled The Glorious Fourth. In Memoriam. Owoiifboro Messenger. envelope. 3 stamps. Address ntercsts among tho Democratic C closed n series of sermons of n week's in tHo city. Wo offer you bnrgainp in botl. Tlio W0111I C'lioiiucnl C!n. Hills nro out for a grand celebration of Wo nro sorry to announce the of jrfTt 131 Woodward avemu Detroit, Mtch.i duration in tho Baptist church Sunday the Ith of July by tho Ancient Order of tholnto Mrs. Mary B. Solbrig, who pass)SSnM In Cloverport by C. C.Martin, ami JruKi;lt everywhere. Who Wero They 1 Mr. Henry B. Head, representing tho night. Ho is n well informed, entertainUnited Workmen, of this city, by giving ed quietly nway at her residence in LeoInited SUitva Life Iimuranco Company, ing talker, and his sermons wero listened nn old fashioned bnrbi cuo nt Oglesby's pold, Ind., Tuesday morning, Juno 7th, A runnway couplo passed down tho rrived in tho city again yesterday, and to with much .interest. Ho was accomGrove. river in n skill" Friday night about 0 18!12. After nn illness of several months, ill remain a few days in tho interest of panied by his wife, nn Intelligent and esThis will bo nn enjoyable nfl'air, and she bos certainly suffered a hundred o'clock. They tonched at tho OwensOur motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits' timable lady. is Company. will give tho clti7'iis of Cloverport nnd deaths. Hut what is deatli but to gain boro nhnrf'iii order to allow tho groom PHOTO & AfilSTO ARTIST Frank Sklflwigton, opo of the cigar nil visitors nn opportunity to spend a eternal rest ? Sho was crtainly truo to prospi ctlvo to lay in a supply of chceso Mr, Howell Clayton, brother ofDr. J. OI.OVKltPOItT, (Y. innkers now nt work In tho Cloverport pleasant day, "away from toll nml care, her friends und more so to her children. and ciaekors. The young man said ho f. Clayton, stopjved off n day lant week N ll.' To every JOth Cigar Factory is n citizen oi Connecticut under the inviting shndu of tho beautiand his fair inamorata resided aboyo Cabinets, a 10x30 Crayon customer fir 1 doi. Sho nursed them, watched their footPortrait. tn liis way irom uecinan jjoiiego, wnero and n typical down caster. Ho Is an in- ful grove, listening to the intoxicating steps, from childhood, and guided them Cloveport und wore going to Evansvillo. i unci icn attending scnooi, 10 ins telligent, well geniosted, silvery-haire- d Btmins of sweet music, nnd measuring from placo to place. It w ill certainly Imj Parents on Imth sides tho houso objectNotioe of Dissolution. jtno in Owensboro. tleman ; he ir n member of tho Cigar tho time with n fleet nnd joyful step. regretcd by her ninny friends as it passes ed to the match, and so tho loving couThe firm of Moorman A llcilcr have this day 1 Lnv. Mowart. 01 Maker's Union nnd the most Col. John I'iko nnd Ueduced rates will bo given en thp rail- from ear to ear, especially her children, plo "skilled out by tho light ob do dtssnltid partnership hy1 mutual consent. All persons Indebted said firm will pttase Democrat that ever Struck Clo- roads nnd boats and peopleBHvingnlong onconlin, "dropped" a bargo from Con rail nn NV C. Mimrinin at Glendctne and settle who often gathered at her bedsido to moon." F, nnd L. Journal. Very Itrsjieetfully, their accounts. landing for Mayor; verport. You should hear him on tho the lino ennnnt pass a more pleasant day ohlfa to Lillnrd's kiss her tho last farewell. It is sad to C Moorman, ghtfoot Jast TJiursday morning and re; Hlon. Whltelaw Hcld's Ycconl as a lalior than to como to Cloverport. There nro loose a Cnurtland Heeler T dmpU trynauUa T mother, for a mother makes (jlcmicane, Ky , May 30, iSua. " jprmpathier (?). Ho hns been up there many attractions In and nroiind Clover-po,iracJ on tho up packet. WAYNE'S homo a pleasure. of 7oooo liTAMiiu in rBorrow Interest, for n termreal wJ5kJ personally familiar with his Hint nro of interest to strangers ns w nn frond "Sliu lists cone (rom lininr, av" 'i rem Mr.uZn OINTMENTi mt II 'gctfewyaa a hater of tho lalxiring man. well as being our boast and pride rti)ti' iiiortKapi srcurltr, address My utwul nnd And may the lie fiiicter blcn.nl, mini BROWN'S IRON BITTERS IIUUKUYY.mi, care of the New. Ky?K Jk;Uoi1 fight the battles of lalwr arrangements uto being made-- to nccom-modt- tt MVt4iM Ur. HIML IHh- - all In lur heavenly liomc above, Indigestion, MlloinneM, D)incpla. Mai'.4 SAI.K,nne3 year old Short Horit bull VV'licrc ulic will (orwer rvnt." ivltt, trrikuiMf. Mid Ueaenl Debility, W K!8t employer of "rats" nnd j nnd entertain a host of strangers IJOll thnroiigbbml rrnssc and weighs aluml r . A. W4t . RHI.WUUIU. looomioeiii! it. All tkUni cil Jt. Omitlm iianpoiipds. Thos. 1. Himlnw.lv, A FlIIK.NIl. MtTlklgflfisa. on thnt dny. lfu,i f'.V "" on Yfttmwj H. ill lltllMSl mil if' rmtkiu crowed red liiHa JUlwhtyvUsety wi r.UfcWiAii, rArt ltnmminH. wTrillecL And VOt nnnIu iwr ewrTtffttrtrarsrnA., L.1? fo "Kt on insistincr tlmr lever "y 00 convovn.1 l,l ?"" -"flfl ..U1U an MnrIo.ln "" muwMga or birds.llUltltUI I News. unlucky nnnilwr. Indiananolk ass3K5jr'fc' " " 'JWW"' W'ill Jtatnsey la re,m Renting Clover-lot- Dr. J. Clayton, l Physician SurgeoSt BOILED Morchdnt Taildfi Simons, a.Xkirst.' a K0Q1 KLOTHING" &a Physician Surgeon putto Comfort Producing Garments. 4 J. W. JARKETT, , com-jfortab- lp THE VERY ''to-wen- o J. F. Lightfoot, BEST FOOD Physician and Breckenridge Julius Winter & Co.,' cO!d ReUabl" Clothiers T.. Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. TRY SULZER'S . BSAND, 1 din-ers,- 8tn-b'- c, '?'" """.?,'' Our Mid - Summer Stock Offers many inducements to purchaser ! congmt-iilationaf- fi bee-hiv- The goods in quality and desirabilityar! - 1 at the top, while prices have reachejt the bottom figures for this seasons Goods. n, Sellers' Liver: Pills. tbciatcr. LAWNS, uou-uiu- g MULLS, BEDFORDS, j LACE CURTAINS, n, CURTAIN POLES. ji-- t. LACE MITTS, Uni-versi- MOSQUITO BARS, Etc; B. R Beard & Co. SPRING as NEW GOODS !. 11 Ctinghams, Lailies' Dress Qoods, and " 111 111 NOTIONS. W. W. BE00KS, QUALITY AND PRICES. WITT S. MEADOR, HARDINSBURG. KY. uncom-iloinlnli- ig 1 . rt mZP !.. m .p tfoB PrinfinlBonoLaief 8ffi !., .. ..", car" .' 1