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"rper wnisKoy l- should bo should bo should bo tuioum do lYUIUIIUKV - ntiumf Ami all, of thl because it is the prlnro' WniRKlBB. ur m Lilt) fiiclo. Sold by X iUWI .,F. M. POPHAM, s CMVlCRr'ORT,iKY. dobaloTl of TeiigTli, but woro UI volwl Vonnnncnt Chairman That la to be, down nnd tho platform as reported was William L. Wlhon. of West Virginity adopted. his Intellectual face beaming with the Tho clialrman then announced that pleasure of the anticipated fray, had tho next question was tho cull of tho quite n uttio mrormai lovec, roll of states for iomlnations of candi At 11:17 thO NOWOlOrk dolOffatlon. ' 1aff tnr tiriwlilnn At flitu flin ennvnn. Governor Flower and Chairman MnrA tlon loudly clieenxl. nhy. and closely followed When Alabama was called a delegate ; by "Boss" Crokcr and tho rest of thtf Ainmed Fenlon jumped on his chair and Now ork delegation, inwlo their wa -- moved an adjournment, but without 10 mo piauorn , nnu irom iiiat conepic-- y heedinir tho motion the secretary ii nous point, whoro tho Kallerios could ceodod with tho cull. Arkansas yielded plainly seo them, filed back to their scats nor place to now Jorsoy ana amid on tho of tho otNow BUT" ONE BALLOT NECESSARY TO SETTLE THE panied loft cheers. main aisle, accom- cheers, Govornor Leon Abbott,took tlie by Jorboy, was recoguiied and Clovoland Manager Whitnoy camo in staiul to nominnto Grover ClovelaniL FIGHT. soon nftorwards and joined tho "untl. Ho stood jiist behind tho chairman's tnnppors" amid applause desk, n manuscript in front of him and CiilUtl I" Order. speaking so clearly that ho could be At 11 :IW Temporary Chairman Owenu hoard all through tho great hall. Two-ThirHo Secures Over rapped tho convention to ordor and During tho address Governor Abbott Of Tho Votes. Cast. called upon tho Rov. Alfred Henry, of was frequently interrupted by promo 4iouipmsi episcopal cuurcn or longed cheering and it 'was 10:12 before to offer prayer. ho concluded his .speech. A renewed outbreak of cjioors took Just as tho prayer concludcdvtho Iown NEARLY AN SE8SI0N IN THE WIGWAM. .phalanx entered the Hall, th'olbig blud .place as ho sat down. Ten minutes 'bannorr-'witHoifico Wero given toiuproar; the band assistBoies, borne in front of them. There ing, while occasional poals reverberated wero cheers from all parts of tho hall, above tho din. Tho rain began to drip a; e, ;.stevenson, of Illinois, fob Vice president. and tho band very Inappropriately in on tho chairman's dek, and also bestruck up "Maryland, My Maryland." gan to pour in on tho ladies Mtting at Whon tho music coase.l the temporary Ida right, and umbrellas were put up ' gavel down and for protection. Tho chairman stood hie chairman" brought his The Opponents Of Tho Work Hard To The Very Last Mo- anndtiricod that tho first businoss of tho grouild, but was pcrcoptibly soaking". convention would lx tho roort of the An umbrella was raised over his head ment, in Hopes of Defeating the Favorite, Bat He Gets There committee on credentials. Henskcd if and ho took shelter under it. Tho secthat committco was leady to rejiort. retary vainly endeavored to resuino the "JustTTho Same With More Than a TwoVThirds Voto '' ' Boforo any ono could reply Mr. Winroll coll.. (Tho lightning meanwhile ston, of Mlnhcsota, got tho floor and in vpas flashing vividly nnd the torrenta of Platform Of-TDemocratic Party. a brief speech inovod that the courtesies rain forcing their way through tho roof of tho platform bo extended to increased In volume. James, R. Doolittlo and Lymnn, Colorado being reached, yielded to the declared-tho- . mc-llTrumbull. Tho chair stato of Now York. Mr. W. Do Witt. carried without putting it rof Brooklyn, mado his way ur Tho chnlrman again naked If tho comthe nislo to nominate Senator Hill. mittco on credentials woro ready to Bourko Cochran asked for a suspension of the proceedings till tha storm should A t fnt jar. nnv, or MnryiaiiUr iroin tno ox flYlfltn TMa ivrnu rinfru1 itn. treme rear of tho hall, replied that thoy torvalof ten minutea or more the chair-wer- e iKrtV" man nirain souirht to restore order nnd Tbo chnlr At what tlmo did tho com. irauiuu uusiucsM, iiireaicmux vi cieai mitteo stato that thoy will lo ready ? tho galleries If quiet was not main Mr. Shaw Not boforo 2 o'clock. toined. A dologato moved to adjourn, This announcement was received with but Don M. Dickinson nnd others cried n subdued murmur of disnpiwintmont. tt "no." The chair decided that Mr. Tho chairman imiuired what was tho ' had tho floor and could not bo 'nn.t tAlArtu... tP tlin kUlll UllliUlt, ii... taken off oven by a motion to adjourn. .,UAV tllllHUtU bl.U n....iA..ltM HIV committees uot being ready to rojiort. Mr. DoWltt win willing to go on, but Mr. Delancoy, of Alaska, got tho floor Mr. Uheehuu walked up to tho platform and presented a memorial, which was and said that tho delegation from New roferrod to the committee on resolu- York unanimously requested him to tions. Wait untill tho storm wan over and until Then Mr. Bronson. of Kontucky, got he could receive tho same attention that tho floor and moved that tho cliuir.ap-poihad leen givon tho other speaker. The a committeo of two to wait on tho galleries were clamoring go on, and the committoo on credentials and ask whon storm having diminished In a fow minthoy would bo ready to renort. Tho utes, Mr. DoWitt proceodod with his motion was agreed to and Mr. Bronson, Bpeoch. of Kentucky, aud Mr. Pollqrd, of InHou. John B. Fellows, of New York, diana, woro appointed. followed Mr. Dowitt and seconded the Call, for nomination of Mr. Hill. Tho clerk then'runutued tho call of tho Tho chair again asked tho convention its plensuro. Just then some ono in tho roll without Connecticut Tho chairgallories caught sight of Senator Mills, man of tho delegation announced that of Texas, and stnrtod a cry for him Connecticut seconded tlw nomination of which was taken up on tho floor, and Grover Cleveland. 'Tho roll call continued until Illinois soon spread until tho delegates wero all on chairs and in tho nisles crying tho was leached, whon A. W. Green took distinguished Toxnu's name. Mr. Mills, tho platform to second the nomination of Cleveland. Ho said: "Illinois caste , being ill, left the hall rather than speak. vThen:thero were cries of Carlisle and 48 votes for Grover Clovoland. When thon for Palmer, and Mr. Do Young, of the roll of states of this convention shall Michigan, got on his chair, and inovod again be called that will bo tho answer that Mr. Palmer. lw invited to address of the great stnto of Illinois." Proceedtho convention. Tho motion was car- ing to give bis reasons for this belief, tbo speaker was interrupted by cries of ried, and Mr. Do Young aud Mr. Jack"tlmo' from tho gallery. Ho closed by' son, of Iown, wero appointed a commitpromising that with such a cause ana tee of escort. such a men Illinois could bo redeemed fipinMli frinii l'alniur. Tills committee was moro" successful aud brought into the Democratic colthan tho othert, and Mr. Palmor was umn. When Indiana was called there were soon addressing tho convention. Tho -governor after a fow preliminary re- cries of "Voorhees," but Hon. W. E. ii Grover Cleveland. -- b -ll English took the platform on behalf ol marks, began to nppoal tor harmony. tho delegation to second Cleveland's When ho closed tho credentials comnomination. Ho explained that it hod mittee report was adopted, thon the on crmnnout organisation, and been intended that Mr. Voorhees should after n selection by tho baud, IIoil. W. speak. But that distinguished gontle-mn- n was confined to his room by serious L. Wilson, of West Virginia, was Introduced. Ho responded in a neat indisposition. Ho read a letter from the senator, saying that he wanted the conBpeoch. asTwed what tno ptoosuio or tho convenMr. Wilson said, among othor things, vention to understand that the delegation wns. that tho most important of all questions tion was for Cleveland without revocaMr. Whfto, of Califonila, ofTored a was that of taxation nnd tariff rofonn, tion. Mr. English said In fulfillment of rcsolntlou providing that tho roll bo and they could only bo rightfully regu-lato- d tho sentiment of tho citizens of Indiana, in fulfillment of their conscientious called to namo membors of tho different by tho Democratic party. committees and that nil lcsolutious reWhon Mr. Wilson concluded his duty, tho delegation seconded tho nomilating to the platform bo referred to the speech tho delegates, rising to their feet, nation of "that great Domocrat of Demcommittee on resolutions without dobnto wnvod their lints as thoy chcored again ocrats, honest Grover Cleveland." Iowa was the next stato called and and that the credentials (if 'such delogate and' again. Tnhit A TlitiirtmiliA tAlv iliA nl at bo delivered by each delegation to tho Martin L. Clardy, of Missouri, was committee on credentials. recognized to prison; av resolution thank- ffortn to nominnto Hornco Boies. New York joined conspicuously in the Gonoral Brngg, of .Wisconsin, offoredj ing tho tompornry chairman. It 'was cheering which tho presentation of Boies' ns an ameridmcut that ,tho ntles of tho adopted. convention govern this lit. English, of '.Indiana, chairman of namo elicited a&. which lasted some bodv until otherwise ordered. tho" committee ou "rtilb'j and order of minutes, accompanied by tho usual in- Mr. Whito accepted this amendment business then took the platform and read cjuents oi tno waving or nannors, etc. Tho galleries got very restive during as being first in ordor, and temporarily tho committee's report. withdrew his resolution which ho again In tho todious interlude dologates tho closing port of Mr. DuncombeB" offered nftor General Bragg's substitute blocked up the pnssago way and wore speech and tried to shut him down. When Mr. Dnncouibo was through tho was pas. 4.. It was read by Reading requested to resume" their Beats. Clerk Boll, requests for Governor Taylor roll call was resumed, and Mr. Fenton, Mr. Rhodes, of Alabama, hitorpo&ed woro mot by a renewed explanation of Kansas, took tho platform to second with an amoudmcut which was toad. It that Mr. Taylor was not well enough to tho nomination of Cleveland. Ho suld ho would not mnko a speech, but as ho provided for a committco on rules in adspeak. dition to tho other committees. Thero Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, moved threatened to break this promise tbo A. E. STEVENSON. was a briof dKcuswion of tho nmend-mon- t, that Hon. Bourko Cockrnn, of Now galleries cried him down with great TUESDAY. tho explanation boing made that York, bo invited to address tho conven- unanimity. Kentucky was then called. The tho original l evolutions delegated tho tion. Mr. Cockrun declining tho in-- , Tnn Wiowam, Ciucaoo, Juno 21. All unoxpoctod burst of sunshino, just work of tho proposed committeo to tho vitation to take tho platform, said he chairman of tho delegation announced boforo tho opening, lit up tho builang committco on permanent organization. expected to lmvo business to lay before that the friends of Mr. Cleveland had Tho amendment wns adopted, how-ove- r, the convention a littlo lator. and roisod tho already suporhcatod Hon. J. A. McKeuzlo to second uud the resolution an amended In tho meantime ho buggestod that chosen a few .notches highor. Tho his nomination nnd the friends of Mr. first cheers, rather feoblothanotherwiRO, wont through, Tito clerk then read the delegate occupy tho tlmo by taking .Boios had selected Hon. Henry Wntter- drawn by tno entranco of a Boles club roll call and the chairman of each deleuuuuu IUS IlllUUUimuil. SOll IO 80CO11U Tho Intelgation handed in or announced the substantial refreshments. at 11:50. lectual refreshment they had recolVoc' McKenzio stood on his chair and spoke Tho Now York delegation, headed by names chosen. briefly. from their chairman could not bo Mr, Cable, of Illinois, olforod a resoluGoYoraor Flower, lionrko Cochran. Mr. Wottorson, who was presented by any oratory thoy would hoar, tion of sympathy to Jumoa G. Blaine, . Murphy and Goorgo Ralnos camo in di next.-too- k tho platform. "I second tho Don M. Dickinson, sitting just acrost rectly onorwarus anu woro rocciveti "that this convention fonder its protho alslo from Mr. Fellows, moved that nomination of Horace Boies, of Iowa," vith a Tammany yell. 8 ho said, "and bear witness to tho truth found sympathy to that distinguished tho convention tako a At 12:42 Chairman Brico camo to tho American, James G. Blaino, in tho many o'clock. There woro criesrecess until of "No" from of nil that has been suld of him by his front of tho platform, and standing with ailllotions which have befallen him." the gallories, nnd when tho chairman friend and neighbor, Judge iravol in hand, said: "Tho convention Tho reading of tho namo of Mr, Blaino voted "No" will como to ordor. I lmvo tho ploasuro was tho signal for an.outbuwt of groator put tho motion tho gallerieschairman deLouisiana was noxt callod, and T, A. of Introducing tho Itov. John Rouse, enthusiasm than tho convention had with great vigor, but tho clared tho motion carried, nnd nt 1:4!! Kornnii took tho platform to second tho; who will open tho proceedings with known before. Tho resolution was tho convention took a recess until 6 nomination of Boles. prayer." adopted Without dissent. Whon Massachusetts was called, Hon. o'clock. Too Rovi. Jolra R01180 was a smootli-foceEdward C. Swott, of Maine, got tho Patrick Collins took tho platform and ICvi'iilnr SomIoii. young man, dressed floor, nlid briefly thuiked tho convention nomination It was (5:15 ivhon Chairman WJlson seconded tho seconded thoof Clovoland. of in tho canonicals of tho Episcopal on, behalf of the Mnlno delegation. nomination Minuesoia but tho church. lie looked over tho assemblage Such an affliction ns Mr. Bluiuo's, ho culled tho convention committeo ou resolutions win uot yet Clovoland. for a moment, and snrcadinir his hands. said, levelled nil ranks. Now York, as its namo was called in ready to report. 8jeoches, cheering and Jjo sold: 'Order." Continuing ho referred to the ninny turn, asked, through Governor Flower Then, folding his hands, ho began his misfortunes and Lor&ivemonu which tho baud playing put inho. time until its lw passed for tho present. ' 0:25, wheu Mr. Jones, the chairman of to Not fifty pf tho delegates stood had como uiwn tho distinguished gentlePcnilsyl vonia responded through Attortho committco, stepjied upojn tho platuring tho prayer. man in tho lust fow years, and said that ney General Honsol, who camo to the At Chairman Brico only In u Democratic convpntlou "can form and asked,Mr. Vilas to read tho platform and seconded tho nomination of tho committee. (aid: "Gontlemen of tho convention, wo extend to him tho sympathy which of Cleveland. Mr. Vilas, Vegan to do so in Jia mag;by, dircc,tipn of tho national coimuittoo, conioii from every soctltin mid every South, Dakota, from tho floor, second-- ' Voko ami 'most imtho chair presents to this convention as stato." Mr. Swott's remarks woro nificent pressive style. Tho first mention of cd the nomination of Boies. ts itoinporury officers tho gontlemon greotod with prolonged applause. Tonhesseo, through Mr. G. W. Ochs, Cleveland's nnmontho convention Was WHWUU 1U II1U 1U11UWIHJ5 llSl, WHICH 1110 An invitation froiii tho world's fair whoivMr. Vilas in tho first paragraph seconded Cleveland. secretary, will read." for tho delegates to visit tho fair ground Texas seconded 4he nomination of of tho platform read. "Madlsou tbClbve-lanll- ., The list mado Hon. W. C. Owens, of was road. Clovoland. 'It callod out the j Kentucky, permanent chairman; secre Senator Daniels, of Virginia, was reGeneral Bragg, of Wisconsin, moved delegates. Tho Syracuse men tary. b.".p. sneering, or Indiana; u num- that tho convention ndjourn to 13 of tho cheering as tho Cleveland dolo- ceived with applauso as no marchod to led the ber of Assistant secretaries; reading o'clock, but on suggestion of sovoral del- gates, arid tho Cleveland tnon in the the platform to respond for Virginia. In clerk, Nf M. Bef; borgeant-at-annIfr. egates changed tho hour to 11 o'plock. galleries 'sprang .to their foot waving Bocondlmr tho nomination of Mr. Hill, Rright, of Indiana; olllcial btcnographer, Before tho motion could bo put the hats,, handkerchiefs and fanj. Mr. Daniels paid a warm tributo to him, Edward Dicklnsou, of Now York. delegates woro in tho aisles, and wheu, It was twenty iiiu'ute after. thelsJiauk The list was adopted" without opposiat four minutes to 2 o'clock, tho chair ing began before Mr. Vilas could bring andiveryiyttlethat he said was heard, commit-t- e tion, and the choir apioiitcd adjourned,. l)ls big voice to bear on the cbnyention boyondhe chairman's desk. He wont to escort tho temporary chairman to man doclarod tho convention again, and oven thon it hod, to run a right on,, though, regardless of the cat tko'phUforra. WEDNESDAY. brief opposition with a nmrmufof Blip- - calls, and the cries which almost Mr., iOwen arose and walked, up the' 23. The WiawAM, Ciucaoo, June that continued to run drowned tho sound off his voice. alslo with the committee. Mr. Brico I"or the first thno since the Democratic As tho interrupters of Mr. Daniels' Tho farther trough leaving tho fimce In front of the delegates arrlvod in Chicago, tho sun' reading the 'audience. of tho document Was at timer siieech grow more and mpre vociferous, chairman's desk to Mr. Owon. The, phono out Wednesday morning from a punctuated with, applause, but lta ex- Bourko Cochran took his stand in the chanuan made a short speech. cloudless sky. treme length seemed to diminish its in- second aisle, and ralstnghls.hand aloft, Mr. Owen hud a respectful and an of the deleT1;1B not At interruptions, tho sabl: "Mr. Clmlrmam if thU mob can interested hearing, but thot was no gates wero In their seats, but thero was terest. Not countingthirty-flv- o minutei not bo silenced, and if Now York can platform occupied great enthusiasm over his remarks until good deal of private chinning. a not have a hearing in this convention. ii the reading, Its conclusion was obhe came to the "Legions brood Frimcls, of Missouri, viously welcomed as a ralidf. Governor she Is ready to leave it." and butter briirade." Then the (mnven. though not a delegate, was earnestly goyernl ntnendiuonfa woie offered and .ThftkexcjtsHMjut which this" deqlara-- i qlmlF .(wow , tlwi elerfil (Uahi,aHd ftgijin,-Thv4'' ' tal'W ' CLEVELA ND Nominated forPresident by the Democrats. ds "about 7i tompornry tion caitSc!l calm and tho chnirmnii. knocking loudly with his gavel, said ho regretted tho confusion, but it was not tho delegates, but tho occupants of the gullorioswho woro creating tho disturbance. This was followed by cries from nil parts of tho convention to clear tho galleries. Mr. Owens mood nn odjournment until 11 o'clock. It was then ltfJO. Tho chnlrman decided it out of order, nnd Mr. Daniels proceeded with his speech, Hon. John Goode. of Virginia, followed in support of tho nomination of EisssaagB JM-cag- ALL-NIGH- h nt he Washington seconded Cleveland. West Virginia seconded Hill. Wisconsin seconded Clovoland. Mr. Bohrko Cochran nroso in tho body of tho hall and said New York, ho understood, had been temporarily passed, 'and it was tho desire of his colleagues ho should say a fow words. Ho felt physically uuablo now and asked as a favor nn adjournment until 10 o'clock.' This being met with loud cries of "no," Mr. Cochran said: Mr. Chairman, if thero is no objection I will tako the platform, which he did. Mr. Cochran said that ns tho stato was threatened with nn invasion, his delegates had asked him to picsent a plain statement of tho iKiliticol condition thero. Aftor Cochran concluded his Bpeoch the roll of states was ordered for a ballot. Hill's frionds made another nnd combined effort to eit'ect nn adjournment, but tho volumes of noes was too mucn for thorn. Tho ballot was then taken with the following result: CleTelnnd Clovoland. c o 3 WEST MARK! Mill INV I.I. K , KYs,""J' . . S -- . ,, J a -- bn Holes.. ... Stevenson..! tuiirriMiu Carlisle . Campbell . " 0I7 i.IH 103 lOj a 2 1 1 Gorman w) 14 ro-po-rt. , Everybody in LouiBvlllo knows VmB fk t big " L " means. We want the wliokj 1 also to know that it stands forJX"" M Louisville's Greatest Clotliim. HnuKhL a man onco knows LEVY'S, ho bay there, mid when ho onco buys there,' stops till ho dies, nnd then bo wills' 1 to his oldest son and bids him keem practico of his father: Have you ev at LEVY'S ? If not, why not, and dsfBTIiv want to try it onco? If you're inell now's the timo, Because now LEVY'S Ing Clothing cheaper than ever before.' . in Temporary Quarters, nt 321 West W between' Third and Fourth, halt square the old corner. LEVY'S (s now working 3 fe rt glory rather than profit. Tho idea is to 'ho all our big trado and take it back with M sit: ' tho new houso next snrina. Jn order to this wo shall offer unparalleled "BARGAINS "Vi during ine wuoiu nine which may uo nu a all times by peoplo out of town, who will f,J by mail. Send tho money and wo'IL BQtiCT-fl1...I. iiko goous, which ii you uo:i t 111... you may reim : '(, and tret back you monev. Bo sure to call w V In tho city. 17. I & m 'Mm ill . Wksv' Bj 'Mr wm ,- ,!! ..., I'nttison Whitney Russell ,u; , ut it cuuicu , l I Number of voles cast x"i'BHary Wii uoi I Do-Wi- VJL When the result of tho voto was announced, a motion to mi mend tho rules nnd declare Cleveland tho uomiueo by acclamation was put and carried with a yell that Bhook tho wigwam from ono end to the other. A motion to adjourn until 2 p. in. Thursday was carried. THURSDAY. nt Tho delegates wero slow in gathering, and at 2 o'clock, tho hour to which the convention adjourned, not over ono hundred of them wero in their seats. At 2:55 Chairman Wilson pounded tho table with his gavel and called tho convention to order. Most of tho delegates were in their seats and tho galleries wero quito well filled. In tho call of states Arkansas placed Gray, of Indiana, in nomination for vico resident; Illinois, Stovonson; Michigan, S udge Allen B. Morse; Wisconsin, Hon. John L. Mitchell. Tho first ballot reStoveiiBon's nomination being sulted iu mado unanimous'. Adjourned sino dio. THE PLATFORM. The Wiowam, Chicago, Juno 23. Ill ii inp nil mm ING! smii nm iiim iimi i m wjpi iii HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- 7 & BR0..' - East Maiu St., j rt Id1 ro d Dun-comb- o." d, long-haire- d ro-x- rt his successors in Democratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland; we believe tho Manufacture" Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, public welfare demands that these principles be applied to the conduct of the federal Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines, government through nccesslon to power of the unity that advocates them; and we Keep in Stock New and Second-han- d Machinery, solemnly declare that tho need ot n return to the-- fundamental principles of the popSteam and Hand Pumps, Gum nnd Leather Bolting, ular government based on home rulu aud Individual libeity was never more urgent Iron and. Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, than n0v, wheu the tendency to centralize J Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, nil power nt the federal Capitol has become a menace to the reserved rights of tho And all kinds of Mill and Mnnhino Supplies. states that strikes at the very roots of our government, and under the constitution, as : nauMnctory. BST PRICES and nil business gu:irtuii il i framed by the fathers of the republic. Sec 2. Wo warn the people of our comCorrespondence solicited. mon country, jealous of the preservation ot their free Institutions that the policy otj tlie federal control ol elections to wnlcli the Republican party has committed itcclf .A. Is fraught with the gravest dangers, scarcely less momentous than would result from n revolution practically establishing monarchy on the ruins of the republic. It strikes at the north as well as the south, and Injures the colored citizen, even moro than the white; it means a hoard of deputy marshals at every polling place, armed The Kcgular and Reliable with federal nowcr. returning boards appointed and controlled by federal authority, tho outrage of the electoral rights of the eoi)le In the several states, the subjugation of the colored people to the control of the party In power nnd the reviving ot race antagonisms now hanplly abated, of the utmost peril to tho Is always on hand with a full stock, including safely aud happiness of all: n measure deliberately and justly described by a leading Republican Knitter as 'the most infamous 'bill that ever crossed the threshold of the senate." Such a policy, if sanctioned by law, would mean tho dominance of a ootnns, UasKeto, oligarchy of oflke holders, and the party first entrusted with its machinery could be dislodged from power ETC, PICTURE FRAMES, TRIMMINGS, only by nn appeal to the reserved right of the people to resist oppression, which is Incommunities.; herent in oil 3 Two years ago this revolutionary policy Always call on him nnd ascortoin was emphatically condemned by the peoprices beforo purchasing olsowhoro. Ho ple nt the polls; but in contempt of that verdict the Republican party has defiantly moans just what ho says. He cannot "v declared in Its latest authoritative utterances that its success in the coming elecbo undersold. tions will mean tho enactment of the force bill and the usurpation of dcspotlo M. HAMMAN, control over elections In all the states. 43mmW V H .kIBHSIei' CLOVERrORT, KY. that the preservation of republican government in tho United States is dependent upon the defeat of this policy ot legalized force and fraud, we invite thd support of nil citizens who desire to see the constitution maintained in its integrity with the laws pursuant thereto which have given our country a hundred years ot unexampled prosperity, and wo pledge, tho Domocratlo party, if It bo entrusted with power not only to the defeat of the force bill, Wut.also to the relentless opposition to tho Republican policy of profligate expenditure, which in tho short space of two years has squandered an enormous surplus and emptied nn overflowing treasury, aftw-nlllPnew burdyis of taxation upon (Continued on 4th page.) 1008 & College Sta., Ky. Bot. Full Text oftlm rrliiclplrs nftlie Democratic l'arty. Section 1. Tho representatives of the Democintic party of the United States In national convention assembled, do rcalllnn their nllcgiance to the principles of tho 'party us formulated by Jefferson and exemplified by the long illustrious line of From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL :i BUSINESS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE ,n J GIVE TJS O-A-Ij- Ij. MICHAEL HAMMAN, FURNITURE tiSvir DEALER MACHINES, Burial ri SEWING Louisville Institute, FOR THE ir LIQUOR HABIT First St, Jacob Louisville, DR. SfMUBL H. GflRVIN, MnNftOER. J. M. IIAKPKU, OTTE&ES OF THE NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use of The coin pan y cnnilitt of Thoi. L. nirrctt, J. M. Atbcrton. John It. Lcithcrt, O. II. Moore, jnliut ltmikhoute, W. II. lliUcT, C. I. Mooruan, Cllnloa JViii. l(y, M. Schwarli, Iiul.-an- J McCUrty, D. V. 1'ci.e, Charkt K, Johnson, JuJue It. II. Thoaptoa. Cffft9n4eM4 SilcA2. I.C. B0UUNB, DANIEL BROOKS. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., a, "i AVER'S Sarsaparilla Tones the system, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOJJFIBON STOCK YARpS. d, one-four- th makes the weak strong. will cure LOUltVlLLl, KY. aa j-a- Cures Others you. o tfot .PrinKD mw0mmlmwimmimi ".' . -- KrtXT? ""V WEZEl ' -- - News. FPJ0NE . 20, 1802, O.HABBAQK, Kdltort and lie tori. Ecal Time Card. 10.01 a.m. : Suit West -- Bad.. Salt, Weit Wait 10.44 a.m. 4.87 p.m. V. p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. rOUHOEMENTS. jtixvd to announce U.S. Sklllman ktk, ubjct to the action of the De. io announce jv. m.wnKv Kaorftea candidate for Circuit Court nc utmuimui I to ne action oi In announce Tn. 1. Stewart T. . -- .n,lM.tJ- fnr Circuit Court St jo the action) of the Democratic tt tsX U J T . - . rl.... .., 'I nutjl 'Ued to artnouca Oranvllle S. Clerk, VM'JbUte for Circuit-CouWon of the Ucmocrmic party. rt .kiinfi ..!.. ik. V.n.ih matrtt nt Ken. action of the Democratic fb)fctto tugvawn Wild to announce the Hon. A. a romery, 01 Hardin county, I A Pnntrrettml a ItCDre ty ,M. liHf IIrdn,bu,?l " laruT)i'Drlicd to announce F.K Hhodei, Mcuinleli, as a canuiuaie ior the action oi tne utmocreiK IH'J' Hamiey.ofCloverportj Char- - ot, ' Scott Car ;ix "Now PAGES. EoftUon York World buys that tho that Cleveland con not carry Y$tt Ma la n libel on tho Empire State. Ito Diimriaiiitr linw thn Ilenuhlicans Button rejoice ovor tho downfall FDJaino, tho greatest and gronucfii rA nil. Prates aro one fare far tho round rm tho 2d to tho 4th. rood until th, bctwoon all points on tho roads. jr than Btaying at homo. Utno frerport. Ihcr animals by its tail. For this Rnlabor organizations all ovor tho can easily distinguish a rat from I "Rat Ticket." II aro dubbing tho Republican ticket Fooodlv portion of tho Republican . . ... i.A i Mugn lunu snouiu do uucen wj uuiku laboring men's Kho reduction of tho Ings in Carnegie's iron nnu Bteoi ov against tno ; or they may iUion of American labor." ... aro already ha Uiat tnoy navo a scuoino uy t thov can boat tho honest voto and liintof tl)o Australian ballot sys- icli la now in voguo in that btato. akawell, now, for tho God and hiLiCAXS, of Indiana, fpartWhatJs continually prating flprcsoion and fraud in "certain KStates," don't it ? rould tho namo of W. II. Marriott Mr. Marriott 5r"Circult Judge. bated in law and hoa considerable :o nower. no is a very con gous gentleman and would mako Hardinllndopcn- ccllont ofllccr. hVhat kind of a ring would tho name w J. A. Murray havo to it? Ip ticket -- for Sheriff is already formed cli can bo considered as a strong ono. Jfl of Kon Rhodos, Hill, Ramsoy, Sillier and Scott Cart. Another is spoken of which will bo headed Richard Owen, of 'Tho Forks." Jcsso LAIillcr, of Clovorport, will bo ono de- y and tho other places, aro yet to bo ed. Theso aro also good young men, Hondid Democrats, and will mako n ticket. Mr. A. W. Bilukos a wealthy strcot- ftflllway man of Chicago on hearing that Boss Quay mado tho remark, aftor hearing tho result of tho Chicago convention, that ho would bet $10,000 Urn Harrison W'ould bo has tolcgraphcd tho Pennsylvania Senator to put up tho money. Quay has not beon heard from. Billings ofTors to bet $20,000 that Clovcland will bo elected, and that ho will carry "Now York, Illinois and Wisconsin. on the Deinocratiolicket Rcforring in theso columns Inst week was born in Christian county Kentucky to tho nomination mado at Minneapolis in 1835, ns being a strong ticket, and tho best probably that tho Republicans could havo CtovKnronT will Bhow off on tho mado, doson't imply that it will be a Win- Fourth as she never did beforo. Let ing ticket. Whilo Presidont Harrison every hotly como If thoy wish to havo n might bo regarded as the strongest man good time. in his party, and tho only ono that could unite his party, yet with all of his Wiikn you como to Clsverport on the strength and tho combined wealth of Fourth, or any other time, don't fall to Mr. Reid to put into tho campaign this call at tho Niws ofiico and soo a ? party cannot succeed this year. The printing establishment. pcoplo haui watched it, and they hao their misdeeds, and their errors in legisJ)elano E. Wiluamsom, of Grcencas-tlc- , lation to foot up against it. Tho Reg Republican arid Intl., a publican party in tho past has been falso General of Indiana, has renounto tho people, recreant to tho public trust ced Republicanism and declared for confided, and ita only aim, ono of bluster, Cleveland. Ho saya war taxation should bragadocio and deception. Along with bo done away with, and ho will takd tho tho bond holder, tho money sharks, and stump for tho Chicago nominees. tho big corporations of tho country, tho march of tho Republican party lias been llAnniNsnuno will celebrate tho Fourth steady and sure. It has nocr left its by giving n grand barbecuo, tho proceeds path to bestow ono slnglo blessing by of which w 1JT go to tho building fund of legislation or dthenviso upon tho poor tho nov Catholic church to bo built man. For twenty-fh- o years past its in- then'. A large crowd of people will bo terest lias been with capitalists of the assembled in the Capital city, and all East, and all favors it could bestow upon who go may expect to pass an enjoyablo them has been done without stint or day. Hardinsburg knows how to enterhinderanco. tain visitors. "Theso aro facts of which the people aro aware, and though this party that is cak 8100 Reward. $100. o ing for a continuation of pow or, may Tho readers of tho BitECKKNitirxiK to lead sorao who stand in darkbo pleased to learn that there ness, yet tho great rank and file aro open- Nkws will is at least ono dreaded diseaso that ing their eyes to tho situation. to cure in nil ita Why haen't wo more money, and scienco has been able stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Cawhy aro times not better among tho labCuro is the only positlvo euro now oring classes of peoplo, is tho constant tarrh known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh cry. Tho reason is plain. In tho great being it constitutional disease, requires a monoy centers tho vol u mo of monoy is constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh plentiful, and tho Republicans havo Curo is taken internally, acting directly mado it so by legislation. Tho manufactupon tho blood and mucous surfaces of urer; tho capitalist, tho speculator in tho system, thereby destroying the stocks i3 never heard to couiplain of hard foundation of tho disease, and giving tho times. Between them and thousands patient strength by building up tho conwho pay tho to this party stands, and stitution and assisting nature in doing ita whilo it protects ono it subjugates tho work. Tho proprietors have so mucli other. Tho peoplo pay tho tax, and un- faith in its curativo powers, that they der the policy of tho Republicans tho sys- offer Ono Hundred Dollais for any caso tem must continue. In their platform that it fails to cure. Send for list of adopted at thcireccnt National com n Address, they reaffirm tho doctrine of protecF. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. tion which compclls tho poor man to pay SSySold by Druggists, 75c. tho tax. Relief from these burdens must come through tho Democratic party if it Hawesville Visits Us. ever comes. Clovorport was visited by another exIt consisted of Titr. great Democratic Convention con- cursion last Saturday. tho Baptist Sunday School, of Hawescluded its work at Chicago last Thursday women and chiland adjourned. Grovcr Cleveland, of ville. About75 men, dren, of our neighboring little city charNow York, was nominated for President, tered tho steamer Littlo Albert which t. and A. E. Stcphenson.of Illinois, bargo Tho ticket is a strong ono towed them up in an excursion and meets with general favor among nicely decorated with flags and bunting. Democrats. In most all tho States out- Thoy arrived hero about 11 o'clock and side of Now York in which tho Demo- tho boat proceeded to tho Clovorport crats hao beon succensful, heretofore tho brick works whero tho excursionists opened their well filled basketa and peoplo wcro all in favor of tho nominaspread theirluncheon under tho shade of tion of Mr. Cleveland. Hill could not havo carried tho same strength, and the tho trees. They then camo back to the party saw that Jiis nomination would bo city and scattered themselves through a mistake Whilo ho was very popular tho town, some visiting relathcs and with the Now York Democracy, this was friends, and others shopping in our largo but a small fraction of tho country, and and well filled stores. It waa a nlco it would have been a mistako to hao crowd of tho best peoplo of Hawesville allowed tho action of ono Stato to hae and Clovorport is always glad to receivo controlled tho wishes of all the balance. such pcoplo in her midst, cither for a This was apparent, and whiloitwajtrue, day or a much longer time. Thoy left of course there was but ono thing to do oi) tho return trip about 4 o'clock p. m. and all seemed to bo well pleased with and that was to nominate tho Tho people of the country under- their visit. stand Mr. Clo eland, and they know tho Bright pcoplo aro tho quickest to rekind of a President ho will make, for ho cognize a good thing and buy it. Wo has been triod. The people know that Bell lots of bright people tho Littlo Early if ho is olectcd ho will make them an Risers. If you aro not bright theso pills ono honest, conservative President will mako you so. Sold by Shorts Hay- w ho understands tho needs of tho country nes, uioverport, ana ucaw x iieeicr, and who will shape his policy to suit tho Hardinsburg. Vice-Presideflrst-claslifo-loncon-tlnuon-tioforVico-Presidon- THE nnPUMJCAX OVTLdOKj A. E. Stephenson, . tho candidato for HARDINSBUHG DEPARTMENT. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. oomo wist. Fasitnger Dally arr. Hardlniburg..l2:4J p.m. ooiko riBT. Pauenger Dallj a'rr. HarJImborg- - 7:50 a.m WELL bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI DRESSED Ladies -- VkiiaaHBjajflBjHHHBjBf Golden machine oil at Beard & Reel er's. A novelty In corsets for 25c Beard & Bcelor, Fresh bread always on hands at Har-din- d an Brown'a. m. Hardin and Brown ctill toko tho lead In cheap groceries. Mtsa Annfo L. Gardner Is at homo to spend tho summer vacation. Mr. Logan Pato has been on tho sick list for sometime. MrReubcn Miller was hero Monday attending Quarterly Court. Born, to tho wife of County Clerk, J E. Monarch, lost Saturday, a boy. Mr. Horace Allen, of Salt Lake City, Utah, waa hero a fow days last week. Mr. J. II. Gardner is giving tho front of Ills store house n fresh coat of paint. Thero was but little business transacted in the Quarterly Court last Monday. Mrs. Thos. Withers will leavo this week to visit her former homo in Virginia. Now is tho time to paint your houso No "dust and cheap material at Beard & Bcelor's. Ginger ale, pop, lomonade, elder and other ico cold drinks at Hardin A Brown'a. Como on with your spring thickens, Wo are in the trado. Beard eggs, etc. & Beolcr. AND Gentlemen H Will Find in 0 if O A onA "jfeQ Art T.A.TVraG'"T7T'Kro GTTA17G n1 V $2.50, 3, 4 and $5.00 MEN'S FINE SHOES. ' . Those requirements mostly desired : STYLISH APPEARANCE, COMFORT, DURABILITY, MODERATE PRICE. They can be had of Mrs. B. L. and Mrs. P. V. Duncan, of Clovorport, were hero last woek visiting Mrs. V. Daniel. Master Junius and Preston .Footc, of Bewleyvillo, aro hero this week visiting Taylor Babbago. $2.50 nt Beard & Bcelcr'a will buy n coat, pants, vest, pair ot shoes and hat. Why not dress up ? Mr. W. II. Bell has quit tho boarding" ctr on tho railroad for tho prcsont and opened a store in Clovorport. I havo a good milk cow for sale Terms reasonable. Godfrey HosweJI Pike is making preparations to Father intertoin a largo crowd at tho picnic to bo given at his grovo near tho Catholic church hero noxt Monday. Mr. Ken Rhodes, tho prospective Democratic candidato for sheriff, was In town Monday. If ho succeeded in arranging a ticket, it was not given out. Wo need another public cistern in tho city. Tho uty council should mako an appropriation at onco to build ono, and locate it on tho coiner at Beard & Beel-er'- a store. WlVlilI GLOVBRPORT, . C J.. i oSlT.ga mA in RW rndJ UUr; iKuiim gnciu t ftqrtd VAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXAAA)AAAAAAyr .- - . t--i ' 3. . , ' f .'- - 'r-- , -" W -- ?" NEW AND FRESH ' ,rf t i rf HOT WEATHER GOODS 1 1 " . &&JWi$:V: y iWs i 4 A v I'ZFHIIE! TiJ.l tTcr - ' It Is a fixed and immulablo law that to havo good, Bound health ono must havo pure, rich and abundant blood. Thero is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of Do Witt's Sareaparllla. Sold by Short & Haynes, Clovorport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. BEWLEYVILLE. ' Mrs. Mike Shumato is quite sick. "Mr. Frank Jarboe, of Hardinsburg, was in town Friday. Lieut. Wilf Pennington, ol Louisville, waa in town Sunday. Mrs. Hettio McCans is visiting her sister, Mrs, Alonzo Bennett. Gliildren's day will bo observed at tho Ve s t9 - K JUST RECEIVED AT mi: Bowmer & Hambleton's ALL KINDS AT ' masses. It will bo noticed that in this issuo wo announco tho Hon. A. B, Montgomery, of Elizabethtown, as a candidato for to Congress as a Representative from this, tho Fourth district. Mr. Montgomery by his actions in this capacity in tho past has roflectod much credit upon bia district Ho Is a well informed, courteous gontloman ; has always'beon found 'at his post valiantly battling for tho rights of tho pcoplo against their oppressors, and has especially kept tho wants of his constituency in view. His following will bo much greater t han it has ovor been before Tins is to be a great campaign year, probably tho most interesting and exciting that wo have had for many years. There is being s many parties, and so many public questions to be discussed, it becomes tho pcoplo to read moro and thus kcop up with tho spirit of tho timi-E- . Tho Nkws starts in to tho fight better equipped, and more thoroughly prepared to givo tho pooplo tho nows than it over has been beforo. Our rates for tho remainder of tho year will bo so small that tho paper can bo put into every home in Wo tho county for a mcro jjitUtncc. proposo to keep thoroughly abreast of the times, and wo want tho News to Wo reach overy homo in tho county. will not let anything escapo us that will bo of intorest to tho peoplo 'if wq know All of our press work is how to get it. dono by steam, and in an ofiico that is as well fitted for the business aa any weekly paper in tho Stato. Wo aro ready for any eraergoncy in newspaper work, and wo havo thus equipped at a great outlay of monoy. Tho papor will contain a full sheet supplement overy w'eok, thus furnishing our subscribers w ith moro reading matter than they hao over gotten Now is tho tho time to send in beforo. your subscriptions, and take your County paper into every homo in tho county. Fourth of July Bates. The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas and Louisville, Hardinsburg & Western R'y. Co's., will sell tickets between all stations at ono faro for round trip. Commencing July 2d and continuing until July 4. Good l chiming until July Gth. This gives you an opportunity and amplo timo to mako your visits. Everybody H. C. Mordue, A. G. P. A. should go. SELL PANIC PEIOES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. PVVVVVVVyvWVVVyVVVWyVArVVVVVWAlVVAAAAAAAAAwVVV . VWWVVAVVVVVWAAAVVrVAAAAVArtAAAAVVV HAWESVILLE' Sim Haw ley has returned from Birmingham, Ala. Hon. D. R. Murray, of Clovorport, was Methodist church next Sunday. Master Hubert Piggott has returned from a visit to his grand parents at Hardinsburg. Messrs. A. Bennett nnd S. P. Drury aro shipping boiiio fat cattlo to tho city this week. Misses Lula Nunnolly and Eva Clay ton, of Louisville, aro tho gucsta of tho Misses Cox. SHOES NEW In this line they are the leaders. -. V CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK ': Congress in this district, Mr. Montgomery and Mr Smith, both of Hardin. Judgo Burton of Marion has decided that ho will oot mako thoraco j Frank Straus, of Bullitt, says ho hasn't timo this year; D. II. Smith, of our county, is out of politics for kcoiw, and tho sovoral other persons who wore being groomed for tho office havo changed their minds, and but It waa a grand and glorious sight to thero will bo poll two names on tho pribook August 1.' eea tho greatest applauso of thp first day's mary election session of tho National Democratic ConTiik negroes held n Stato Convention tention glvon Jo tho man that offered a resolution, expressing sympathy for at Lexington last week, and decided to Blaino in his deep 'and test in tho courts tho constitutionality of tnultipllod sorrow. It Bhows, aa it should tho Separate Coach bill. Resolutions that the burning personal and soctional woro adoptod to raise-- a fund of $5000 lor hatred, that rankles in tho hearts of this purposo, and to employ Col. Robt. ignorant, prcdjudiced cross-road-s and Ingereoll aa attorney. etreot-cornpoliticians, who sit around ' all day long wearing out tho bosoms of Gray, of Indiana, was not put thoir trowjttra, whittling and mouthing on tho ticket, but tho Democrata of that about thing that they oarinot effect ono Stato will make It hot for Undo Bonny, wv or another, to tho utter neglect of just tho same. lirfAnna and other occupations, does Tiik A. O. U W'u are going to "put InMthtKfetewto of the well-in- U'Huwnt' men of the na- - Ijio big pot into tho little ouo" hero on cr Ex-Go- v. tion thoroughly in accord with tho party, and with tho determination to do ull they Gov. Flower can to elect tho ticket. said "Wo have mado our caso as strong as wo could, and w'o bow boforo tho court of final resort of tho Doinocracy of tho Republic. It is my judgraont that with hard work wo can carry tho Stato." ThkIjiRuo County Herald says: "It Tun Democrats of Now York go back now seems that thero will bo two candito their Stato from tho National Conven dates for tho Democratic nomination for Tho terminus of tho mail route from this placo will bo changed July 1, from Guston to Irvington. hero Saturday. Mrs. F. W. Peyton and son, Georgo, of Miss Gcno Harding, of Louisville, is Falls of Rough, spent a fow days this visiting friends hero. woek with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harda- Editor Ringo, of tho Hartford Herald, way. was hero Saturday and Sunday. Mrs, Lizzie Lewis, Mrs, Chas. Hoysor Frank Lander and Sam Brown havo re- and daughter, May, of Leltcbfield,' and turned from tho Democratic convention. Mr. Edgar. Low IsJ of Cincinnati, aro visit, Couty Attornoy Kelly, has returned ing Mrs. Edgar Bennett at Summerscat. from St. Louis and tho Chicago convenRev. Masaio, of Japan, n student of tion. Vnnderbilt University, delivered a yory Mrs. Sallio Ayera and Slisa Louis Cham- interesting lecture herp Thursday night bers aotumed from Cincinnati last Satur- on tho manners and customs of his naday. tive country.'' Hancock farmers aro in tho midst of Tidal wave turned back. ono of tho best wheat crops ever harvestLargely increased sales at tho Cash ed In tho county. storo for last week. J. E. Roe, of Hurtford, candidate for Run off after big lettered advertlso-ment- fl Commonwealth's Attornoy, waa looking and found that tho big letters aftor hla fences hero Friday. were only used to cover big prices. Tho Democratic County Committeo Now when New goods this wcok. was called together last Monday to fix a other merchants are letting their stocks county primary. dnto for holding a run down for tho dull season the Cash During tho electrical storm hero a fow is stocking up with nice clean goods. nighta since, flvo telegraph polca were After having adhered strictly for three struck within a milo on tho Texas road. years to tho closo cash price system you Clerk N. B. Chambera is ought now to know that it will bo conbeing urged by his Republican friends tinued nnd como along with your cash to make tho race for Congress in this and produco nnd bo happy, knowing that District. you havo bought them at tho bottom County Attorney Kclloy Is hoping that prlco. Don't ask for credit. Some want Don't tho now Judicial District will throw to buy y and pay Hancock county in tho upper territory, doit in which ovont ho will very likely bo a Bring mo your butter, but don't wrap candidato for Commonwealth's Attornoy. it in a napkin or cloth of any kind. Put it in a bucket and wrap the cloth or napIrvington Blacksmith Shop. kin around the outside of tho bucket. To tho farmers and othor porsona liv- Flannel will do bettor than cotton or ing in tho vicinity of Irvington, who linen. may wish any thing done in tho Mrs. L. R, Patton, Rockford, III, lino I wish to say that I havo bought tho sliop at this placo and am writes ; "From personal, experience I npw prepared to do all kinds of work at can recommend Do Witt's Surmparilla, PetoPaul Is a cure for impure blood and general devory reasonable figures. bility." Sold by Short & Haynee, Clov my workman. Give mo a call. ' port, and Beard fe Bcelor, Hardinsburp, T. J. Ailklsson. to-dablack-smithi- f 'v u ! ,1 Do you want to make mony ? Money' saved is money made. You can save money by dealing with us. We have succeeded Moorman & Beeler in business at Grlen- .?w,r43 , , selling goods cheaper than eyeivb& deane, fore. ' Thanking you for past favors and solic&o $'. . vv ,ing u uomumance pi same, TVT e remain - w Most Kespectf ully, A. -- The A. 0. V. W. Barbecue. "ISi ing commjttces for tho Big ' . GLENDEANE, KYf Barbecue havo been appointed, Thoso who cannot servo, aro requested to notify tho committee as soon as possible Itecoption John Burns, .C. E. Xlght-foo- t, Albert Adams and J. I.. Miller. Marshals of tho Day John Hill, Prcs. V f " r J Tlji BiUo, Geo, Foutz, Henry Lewis and Ban. OP THE' CITY. OF NEW YORK. ' t, Gllland. 201 BROADWAY. Table Arrangements Thos. Bohlor, Thip weather is enough to melt a Jas. Boyd, Rl'ey Berry and John Bkcln vrgucu beiuiv um to2 unaer nitional Act 1B0. . v'j'f'M Ice Cream Stand Mrs. Harvoy Adams, porson. Yet you won't fool tho C. Kamj, Logan Oliyer Mrs. James Boyd, Mrs. Geo. Foutz, Mrs. Jime: I, Granniss, Pm't. tijrj, $iAJi effects of it nearly bo much if Lllllo Adams, Mrs, C. K. Lightfoot and r' you wear our light weight ACCOUNT' INSMTED", j CORRESPONDENCE IN. VITED. Messrs. A. A. Lallolst, J. 1), Gregory and 1 Harvoy Adams, ' . J ,' & Dancing George Wcathorholt. Notioe of .Di88olation. BEOOKS, Speaking David It. Murray-Cookin- g Ol. Mattlnyly. Hayo you examined our lino of The firm of Moormnn A Heeler have HtH jr lllsolvcil partncr.hlp by Hiutiml content. Grounds Edgar Martin, Llsaio Hill. , WHITE and InikbUsd All Decoration of City Eugeuo Vest, Fred PHOTO & ARISTO AflTIST call onnerauni Moorman ti sulit firm will ttlette. i nt GlefliJenne inil tittki V, C. FANCY VESTS. very KeinecMiiiiy, Fraize, Jesse Millor, Walter Smart. Ertheir account, W, C; Moorman, nest Babbago, Will Bowracr, and Harry CI.OVERPORT, KY.' Just tho thing for, this kind of Moormfln. Couitlanil KccHr. Glenleuoe, rsyi, N B, To orry 20th cuitomw fur weather Refreshment Stand Ed. Gregory, TAia . -H a UilO Orayoa Portrait. Lydia Graham and Ella Tortcr. ri'ALKfa&tAN Wa nted SulHry hiI iWmhj U For tho Ladies wo havo a nlco lino Mullen, Haowrr iO. Co, ffurtcxymtil OlWr jn. 1 . of'Cool Goods. yplt TIIK HL80I), cneHer, Weaitnes, Miliaria, Indlgettlon and xr ANTED to borrow 7oo co tor a trmrealf DU1ouiim. tka ' V l"y!r t 6 per cent. InUrett, n good unU'U 50 I101I tock boy. HKOWN'S IRON BITTXHU. llry Tewfile, entatc mortirape seruritv, aililrew nulckljr.. For rlo tf all dealew la tt oure flOHItOWHIt, rareortlteWe)!. uedlehM, (let the genuine. Tho-follo- KEEP GOOL! W. C. MOORMAN, .Capital, Rlef The Tradesmen's National Ban ' . ifr&1S:j Vica-Pres- 't. I Summer Coat Vest ' W. W. , yN.. a- Sulzer's Bn. n CLOVERPORT,KVT w J UftJ" lif l""'1' HHHW'I'IMHIWW ' '"'Pj'V-- M P"y Tf JIP IMUJMMM fit; x . .'?-- '- V - i' if' ' Unbecoming And Alarming. Tho contesting Alabama delegation at Minneapolis claimed Hint Deputy MarWEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1802. shals took possession of tho primary polls and relumed a Harrison delegation U FIFTY YEARS AGO. tho Republican Convention. Tho citizens of Wyoming in moss meetings asII Editor Bkkckeniuixik News. In ray sembled, and a Republican Senator pre Inst communication on tlio history of siding, protest against tiio action of Fed Fifty Years Ago, allusion was mado to eral troops in tho State arresting and the mental giants, as well as physical holding in confinement its citizens, its State government being in full operain theso parte. tnontlou tbo legal bar tion, its militia being sulllciotitly strong To begin, would at Hardinsburg of resident and visiting to put down disorders or insurrection, and its courts being opon. But whilo lawyers. Of course it will not bo that I writo n history of each or tho presence and conduct of Deputy oven montion their names, as they woro Marshals at tho Alabama polls is to bo numerous, and bo many years havo in- condemned, and tho action of tho Federal authorities in Wyoming a flagrant tervened that names havo escaped rao. afAmong thorn how over, I remember and monstrous interference with tho fairs of tho State, it is unbecoming tho reBon. Hardin, who attaiuod national putation, and deservedly bo. Also, Phil. Alabama contestants and tho Wyoming Triplet, tho cultivated and accomplished Republicans to protest against tho ono, lawyer; John Calhoun, romarkablo for and to denounco in resolutions tho other ; hianolishand flno physinuo; Jno. Mc- - for thoy aro reaping that which thoy llonry, of Hartford, tho embodiment of sowed, and sowed against the never honor; Frank Peyton, tho dauntless ceasing protests of tho Democratic party. With tho contention of tho Alabama chivalrous, advocato ; 'J. W. Kincheloo, Outs against tho Alabama Ins tho Demwho would rather dio than lie, had not Nyct begun tho practice. So, also, with ocratic party has no concern a plaguo James, Stewart who afterwards becamo on both their houses, and may each eat prominent and was frequently retained. out tho vitals of tho other but tho acOthers worthy of mention, I will have tion of tho Federal authorities in Wyomto omit lest I worry your patience Any ing concerns tho Democracy inasmuch of tho abovo would havo adorned the as it concerns tho people ; tho peculiariHalls of Congress, and sotno havo Bet in ty of tho caso being that a Republican tho Presidential chair vory comfortably. Senator leads in the protests against an I havo heard spcoches in tho old act which ispuroly tho result of tho FedHanllnsburg court houso that would eralism which is at once tho corner havo dono honor to n Roman or Athen- stono of tho Republican party and the ian orator. Taking tho Btatus of those source of danger to freo government. If tho Federal authorities can enter times as a basis, has there bcen'tho advancement in legal knowlcdgo and ora-or- upon tho soil of a State, usurp its sovthat there has been along other ereign authority, disregard the fact that its courts aro open and its government in lines? if a murder occured tho full exorcise of all its powers, no call In thoso days guilty was hung. If ho stolo, ho was sent havirg beon mado upon tho President to tho ponitcntiary or flogged at the by tho Governor for troops, in time of whipping post. Crimes seemed less fre- poaco and no election in process, what quent, oven population considered. In would bo tho action of tho Federal authoso days, if it could bo proven that tho thorities in tho uso of Deputy Marshals offender was under tho Influence of and troops if a Forco bill were part of drink when tho crirao was committed, it tho laws enacted by Congress and by tho President ? Wyoming is somowhat palliated tho oflonso, as it was tho custom, for oven tho host men to not a Southern State, but n Northern keep thoir decanter and white sugar Stato admitted to the. Union for Repubready for a visitor. Now, tho first ques- lican purposes and Bending Republican tion asked 5r How much money has tho Senators and n Republican momber to If the Federal authorities culprit ? If n big pilo inaybo a hitch can Congress. bo mado somowhero along tho lino. may usurp tho powers of Wyoming and Thero is tho judge, jury, prosecuting have the countenance of tho Republican attorney and witnesses as well as doctors administration what would bo dono, or to mako out a case of emotional insanity rather what will bo done, in Alabama Bomo ono of whom may probably yield next November ? Is it an experiment undertaken to dehis honor at the sbriino of mammon. termine tho temper of iho peoplo ? Is it When n boy wo would fix up a debating Bociety on Friday evening, and fre- tho first step to taking possession of the quently debate such questions us ' Which polls in Wyoming wliero thero nro sympwas tho more powerful firo or water," or toms of rovolt against Republican maladtho pen or tho sword, never deeming it ministration, to bo followed by taking worth whilo to consider tho dollar as tho possession of the polls in other States ? agency of power. But I havo come to Whatever bo tho purpose tho action is sco tho mistake. Tho advico of the writ-o- r ttlarming to all who boliovo in freo and who boliovo that in strict is to always save enough money with to mourn the losat)f observance of tho powers delegated to which to buy crape frionds, in case your pocket book should tho Federal government and of tho powcolapse, for great will bo tho mortuary ers reserved by tho 'Swtes is tho only salvation for freo institutions. P. V D. report. domands Tho situation as it is i All humors of tho scalp, totter sores, of every Democrat, of every man who is and dandruff cured, and falling hair not so tainted with Federalism as to be checked; hence, baldness prevented by lost to reason and to liberty, to unito as ono man nt. tho polls in tho complete using Hall's Vegetablo Sicilian Hair overthrow of tho 'party of Reed seoking to destroy every vestige of inherent and OHIO COUNTY. of constitutional rights, and tho party of McKinloy, taxing, not property, but that (Hartford Herald.) which is necessary for consumption. Harvest has begun and tho yiold Kontucky Journal. ' promises to bo an unusually largo ono. Compliments For Save. Miss Jennio Johnstone, of this place, loft Sunday fof an oxtended visit to her Koystone Lodgo, Henderson, gave a father at Cloverport, Ky. picnic on tho 2oth of May. Grand Masfourth quarterly Confercnco for ter Murray was present and delivered Tho tho Hartford Circuit will bo hold at ono of. tho grandest and most oloquent orations it has ever been our pleasure to Goshen, July 30th and 31st. is in town, tho hear. Ho spoko for more than an hour, Roy. B. A. Cundiff guest of Rov. E. E. Pato. Ho will preach and during that timo was listened to with rapt attention, only being interruptat tho Methodist Church ed by frcquont storms of applauso when Mr. Georgo W. Jolly, of Owonsboro, n tho flowers and forco of his eloquonco high dignitary in Republican councils, touched a responsivo chord in the hearts United States Attorney for tho district of of his hearers. Much of his address was Kentucky, and an oxccllont gentleman directed at tho ladies, bless 'cm, with and lawyer, is in Hartford. tho evident dcBiro of disabusing their Wm, Mllligan has rented tho Com- minds from somo of thoir misconceptions mercial Hotel, recontly vacated by Mr. regarding fraternities in general and tho Stalil, and will refurnish eamo from col- A. O. U. W. in particular, and ho suclar to garrett with brand now furniture ceeded admirably. Wo aro sorry we Tho Hotol will bo opon for guests about cannot givo his address verbatim, for it tho first of tho month. would "mako very fino readin'," but Whilo engaged in target practico with found it impossible to procuro the sera small riflo Saturday,Dr. J. II. White vices of a stenographer to tako notes. suffered a sovero injury to his right oyo, Tho Hon. W. P. McClain, of Henderson, , which has occasioned him great pain delivered tho address of welcome in his and uneasiness. Tho gun had becomo usual eloquont and felicitous stylo. Al"bedded" and when fired, tho barrel be- though tho number of guests from camo choked and tho chargo forced tho abroall was not what was expected, tho hull of tho cartridge back through tho picnic provod an eminent success, both brceck arid tho explosion of tho powder from a social and financial point of viow. near his fnco camo near resulting in tho Tho Kentucky Workman. Doctor's loss of sight. The Colored Brother Will be Invited J. W. Wooster, of near Fordsvillo, was In November. tried for a broach of tho paece by unmerWo clip tho following "Notice of Invicifully beating his grown daughter. His punishment was flxod ata fino of $100 tation" from tho Evoning News, tho offidays in jail. Thero woro cial Republican organ of Henderson and twenty-fiv- e at least 200 ladies and gontlemon of county and a leading g. o. p. journal in It seems that tho Fordsvillo prosont at tho trial, and thoy tho Second District. cheered to tho echo when tho verdict of "oppressed raco" is not yet welcome in Republican circles, and it may bo that tho jury was read. rofcronco is mado to such selfish actions PISGAH. as this by that plank in tho Republican platform whoro thoy "donounco tho conMiss Flora Ryan is teaching school at tinued inhuman outrages perpetrated this place upon American citizens in certain SouthMr. Mora Galloway is toaching a sing- ern States of tho Union." Hero is tho ing school at tho church. invitation : Miss Alllo Jones, of Rock Valo, who "Thero will bo a meeting of tho White has been visiting Miss Maggio Hamblo-to- n Republicans of tho Audubon district on has returned homo. Monday, Juno 13th, at tho Audubon at 8 o'clock p. m., for tho Mr. O. D. Hambloton had a tumor suc- Bchool-lious- o cessfully cut from Ills' oyo not long sinco. purpose of ratifying tho nomination of President Harrison for to tho Dr. Clayton and Dr. Owon porformed tho Presidency, andany otlior business that operation. may como up. All white Republicans Our Sabbath school at this placo is in aro earnestly requested to attend. of By order of A. W. Howard, Chairman tho a flourishing condition, Mr. Lou Pato Republican Exccutivo Committee for is our superintendent. ' tho district of Audubon." y, ed nt to-d- ay Breckenridge News. 00M What a day of fun it's going1 to be in Cloverport on the 't v." """ s. A- -- 1 OES, a.-- J KZ' - kM' ftAAAMAftAAAAA4 J , - i i v. 0P IH LK mm H H lr )Au HP i?r f The Grand 4th will be ushered in by the booming of cannons and the crackling of fire crackers, amid the shouts of the small boys. The Brass Bands marching through the city and thousands of flags floating on the morning breeze, will present a royal welcome to the thousands of strangers who will be in the city on that day, from the Lodges at Hawesville, Cannelton, Tell City, Owensboro, Henderson, Central City, and other lodges throughout the State. Cloverport does nothing by jerks, she goes at it to win, and the Ancient Order of United Workmen, assisted by the Merchants of this city, has deter- mined that every body who spends the 4th in Cloverport, shall go away shout-in- g the praise of our hospitality; as ten big fat sheep, six large fat hogs and two big beeves will be barbecued that day. Besides other refreshments on$he grounds, there will be plenty of ice water, free for all. Ck. ji: oneyj ( iolici-1 popular has Cloverport grown with her many attractions, and the large crowds that are coming, both up and down the Texas road, that the manage- 80 ment of the Barbecue has had to secure the large LaHeist Grove, to hold So the big crowd, The Oglesby Grove being too small, where all can find plenty of shade, ; where fun and mir$i awaits you. ' The Celebrated Hawesville String Band . has been secured to furnish music for the dancing, and two large dancing floors S aro.1 I Jan, being prepared for your enjoyment. - Don t Be a GIamDon't Bp a Snail f ' , Cuk'tii lifTED Don't stay shut up in your house all day, but get a move on you and come and spend your 4th in a live progressive town, among live progressive people. THE COMMITTEE. '..Ky. : J IffiMffiStfi ir We truly believe Dp Witty Littlo Early Itinera to be thp most natural, most effective, most prompt and economical pill for bilioiwueas, indlgeeiori'and i'orahhj by Short & Hay- iaftotf verport, tftfq Umm Ueautr, va-lhe- It is a truth in raedicino that the smallest nose that performs the cure is tho best. Do Witt's Little Early Risers are the, smallest plTls, will jwrform the" ottre and, are tho bet For sale by Short & Uayitg, Cloverport, ,Jtonljh'"H w, ftmlii&urg. ., .sJWwT- - ' T "TfOlHiyi rtn 'tSiliu tij' fcj b Wf.. tnfor!rhani. la i in every pari of the land, Writo for uamurraunn workmen under naineri. . . I x 1.- lnos t enrcu." Xt uHvu inKvii iuiii vi five bottlea -. -- r1"- I.1 ' l Fortalc "by anu am al dealers. rM ill 1 I, n . - u ..,',. r v :& L Ull" a, rum tn" NxfJ nv rfasttajJ r fl8RBJh rvi m FURNISHED l!V IL REAL 'J $& HANCOCK COUTY. W.S.Sterctto (Ilawesvllle Plalndrnler' of tho "Girl-- ' is In tho TACT AGAINST FICTION BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. en.G. Herndon & Co., lAfvf ESTATE AND Piinrftlfa anti ?inim fVenn IUI UIJU, ifttori"" I firi W. HERNDON, .Managor. EtelWblo and prompt.' Clh With every "lit aale. Couslguuieuti llcltotl. d """ "IIW VWfltUI Ut Rental Agent OLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read iliin column or you might bo templed to invest your monoy. ! riiiililFicTi'5IiK : rniRD STRliET L'lUlriVll.LK. KY.. May 7, nlmul.t ni.tk all wckac;o4 plainly, c I.Iimt'k Imme nn,l aiMroi. )UCE1 litilTKIt, i:0H8, I'ulll.TllY, HTO. ftn'' ltedtonhoalJrl;(,rC,JIc,,,," ""r,;0 ,,,I K, w WMit liJ. 1IIG unman xnl-ulli- PUKHfU MILL. ,.- "'l ynu wiint to buy lo ynu licit 11 t'.ill Rulntc? mi II. li. Nowfiuii. T in " j waxiuw fctVi subject to trlwl FrtiU., Maikcl flnnor In g Remit, L ml demand nml "' ffSW rfi.s. koriMd to annl. " as a candid"' Ms, liA.vv. iJ m '' - filnrkut. w.nl? to inc k Jloe, fnuntrv1.. ,. iced to ann'lluni Kl to the actlof merjr .. tu wi t inni fa) IS 10 12 H(iU 10 20 Qi) 22 1.1 titiAldattlftn.... itftA.'ixed JVivjUate for unoftXel roomer J, ,'ed,ta toh, Merit. E003. 14 to POULTRY. li s'ster.., e prlners Grcu(in i3i u SiiriDKora th..lheFe,.u Eject ta artlc S"rllieH.. Ieee (feathered! foffisat 141 F7taStoorUea to an -o tY VheiciJonf W. I. uamsey,'" , of Hardinsburg 3 SO to 3 7S 2 0" to 2 26 2 60 to 3 00 Ctll mi II. li. Now tu. jnii want to rent City ptnpcriy 7 Nowjora. Call on II. I.. Iln nu want tho bcft.and nnly dealrnhls bit (nrtnlo on ilal'o, 5il75 fret for tV on H. I.. Ncwaom. (800.007 Do you want to buy tho Uioverport lintel, "centrally located and dnlnn a Inro Call on It. I.. Nowtoa, luiintua? T. 8. I am now proptrcd and havo full authority to oiler said Hotel nt a bnrjjiln. Thla Correapondence from abroad nlrltrd. It a good cbanco to nccure the bet and mo.t iopular hotel in tho city, and no "boom" Do 1 want tn tint r'.nn TWTN"R P , Ueese (plucked) oo to 4 1 00 to 1 2 40 to 3 2 Oil to 2 :i oo 75 00 50 411 prtco asiea. Do you want a loan nrgntlatod 7 Call on H. h. NtiTg.m. on Have ynu money you want plai-eare security 7 Call on H. L Newnm. Do ynu want money on rhrt cm II 7 d io CENTS. ragjtawtycy ' ion ?J MAKltPAf'TttnEnS OP sflQWstQsS) 'G&ZSi Btttlii Wta&w nSJ FKATIIEKS. 335 tf5S234!CK Cult on H. L. Newaom, v " Do you war.t to rent a hvn- 7 , 16 fjjj 25 Call nn R. L. Kewt'iin, 16 Quito i.duck I'. S 'loi.d paving ri'iitrrs cim Kfrniriilly Lot inn put a "bu in ynur a urn it hmme. lltHES. ar," It. I, Newborn rent prowrty and cnlleelf ,, 4 IT"Y Pjln.rn.rf i - nn a jentiiiiii'inn of ten ier cent. ami. lli rentII H H .alt, spun, don't renting belni; a tpeelitlty with blm, 'flint, cimk! " K It ynu know itii bottir to plneo your proierty In 26 ($ 80 "Now York Wpkln Why? hit hnnda than to rent Itynurell7 WOOL. EuationthatClevel licraiiao he I controlling a I iro amount or :i ... 3J and t.Jllinx non piylng renters find ,. LjYork 1b a libol .... 2J (a) 24 property ft "unhealthy" and ho soon get rid of them . 20 (31 22 2o, .oat Ft., Newit(iin heara but few complaint fr..in jjm.iI .... 15 Cj) IH renters, irom iiuko lei lis surprising hovf"" ... 12 Cj) 17 low whobut the "howl to cuuici anil to such be pay. do nut want Mflrtn rofnlrOljrH,MI "'" i pi )! DVVMVM jw 111 I m rinuiebody llllll ' Klae. On a jaino, tho grd It Newborn linrd hearlei!7 Nut especially ao yMluall. He will accommodate ynu If you piy for It, and lmxh! twr lb 3J to t. provided ynu atund to ynur side of the bargain - 3 to 3 1'i-- r lb If you don't like hi way of doling V to aro one f J f7 Pralca Call on Somebody EI10. 1 to I : t " om tho 21 to "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrltea j when your 3 aloil, In aak to sympathy nets abovo your Judgment don't jh, between al 1'KACIlKrf. lilmne the landlord ipilto ao much, but rail Ih 2 , to wr than stay 'round at hi iifllco mid drop In $5.00 for the to 2 i prlb ueip Ircrport. i 8 special ubji el or ynur yuiMtny snuInaa pay n nn bad t It will be dividing th hla ront. iviio to 4 Dun't reutora, ami then you wilLfcel hotter. ,....t"... 111 (lBTIli. 3 t.i lll I" lit the landlord lu-ei can easily 1 HAY, OUAIN, KKKi. S. Tbt above leripturc la ad Iresretl tn Iheranimntsby the hvathen gentile. . . iiinto iirliijj to-- l it on 1.. ulivlllo clli i ron JBDOr H. L. Kewxim haa about atxty renters and tho 1 aro dabbing MAY. To good be dun't wjnt any but paying one 1.1 oo 12 '0 cn"Ice J payiriK renter! be will like apeelal paina to "Rat Ticket." inako them comfortable. :Molluin Ill Oil (iii It 00 Do you wnnt a hnuito built and piy fur it in 60H () 5 511 GOODLY portion 0lgbt strjw.... monthly intallmunt 7 for term ' Cull on It. L. Newaom. ... ,.. ... iim innd'should Do you want a fortyhore power engine and Tlin redaction pi tuIK.l 62 (u 66 Call on K. L. Nowaom. boiler. OATS. ncs in (5arnegi Do you want tn start a Slack Darrel and 38 iU . .r thev Staio and II Hiding Factory with power Call on It. L Newiium. attached 7 ion of Amcntiil4K ljBrry wheHt fi4 1 1Having alMiut thirty acre of city lota he 81 -I- UJ and If ynu want a mid aell a few "alicua EfiucAxs of It misoi:llani:ou8. Cull on It. L. JNowsmi. building lut r 4 bbl 4J thoy it that Do you want to pay j our city taxsa 7 -;;::Call on It. L. Newtora. u,oy am beat :;..::"-;:;;:::::-;-,(! Have yon claims agiimt the city treisury? POTATOKS. into! tljo au Call on tho city trouaurer anil ho will tell ynu 41 44 Sllch. " Ich la now in o mou- - Ind- R" that II. L. Newaom, aa City Tux Collector, al ,. 40 34 ($ Nor. no (Jrown wnya keeps aaid treasury supplied with money. 1 fcaltqweii, ,)arro, 15 w l 25 Clalma fur collection aolicited from cltica ItiartWhatJiitoro 2o to 5e er bu higher. abroad and prompt remittances mado. and nIcl'YN.: , fi to , 7& Many thank for the largo patronago I have cbtatcs," ioijaNvv ! i0 (0 J enjoyed. 75 to 1 00 - Common and colored R5 In I III) "ill InWml. R. L. FrouM tho nan ONIONS. 25 to 2 60 2 if" Circuit Juprn, por bbl on arrival & Texas R. R. Co, a ou vo in Louisville, St Louis iruia sturo go "Wt. Cliaiiiplo kt-- T or,t MACHINES. 4 S?lS-?3-Mk-S- r Koop constantly on hand a largo stock of AND feS3J5:505&, pr Supplies run J ' ornui, i. jr city. Tho school bonds aro duo, atid tho holders want to know what you are going to do about it. Mrs. Crawfonl Lyons and daughter havo returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Rome. Mitts Francis Goodon has returned homo accompanied by Miss Ellon Mun-foof Irvlngton. A homo bitten by aJrabld dog in Lewisiiort two weeks since died with hydrophobia Tuesday last. Other stock and ilogs: were bitten and there is a great deal of excitement, Ariothcrmad dog fwjtro took place last itigtit which ri'suilcd in fifty or more shots being fired into, nnd about tho unfortunate enninc. This was ono of the dogs bitten two weeks ngo. Tho odor arising from tho back alleys and out houses in this city is' Inviting cholera and Its kindred diseases, but not tho attention of thoso who nro supposed to bo working for the interest of tho whole' people. Mr. E. O. Miller is spoken of as a prob-nb- b candidate 'for Circuit Clerk. He was raised in Pellvlllc, taught school in Pincheco, married in Lcwiaport, and is now a resident ol Hnwcsvillo with a host of friends everywhere, ho would bo invincible. Hon. W. T. Owens, of Owensboro, on whom tho pcopio of this District intend to jjlare tho judicial ermino next November was In the city Tuesday, full of health and vigor, and received tho promises of tho boys witlt dignity that befits tho'oflico to which ho will bo called. As CapU J. A. Adams, W. C. Wilhoyto and W. Goeriug were about landing at tho. dock ono night last week, a returning wavo from a passing steamer capsized the skifidumpingtlicm into tho river. It was a miracle that thoy escaped going under tho dock, in which evont all would havo been lost. Outsido of a few bruises, contusions and bad colds, thoy nro now all right. "April showers mako May flowers.' and wet feet mako had colds, but Lightning Couglt Drops will euro any cough, hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Juo. Casoy, Zonia, W. Va., says : "Lightning Cough Drops is something wonderful. I do not think there is any medicine in tho world that will give better satisfaction. Will do all claimed for it." All dealers sell it. nl 'Cc-CrQi- C Third Street Planing Mill, OLOVERPORT, KY. t WooD jg$ AND "l li m"" .. rr53-- g - UNION STAR. Rev. S. T. Stylts filled his appointment hero Sunday. Mr. Sandy Hendry was tho guest of Miss Dora Gardner Sunday. Miss Laura Fonix is at homo after a p visit to relatives at New Albany. Mr. Nowsom Gardner is at homo after a ten weeks stay in Now' Albany. Born, to tho wifo of Mr. Win. Tovis, Richmond, Ky., n fine boy, Juno 10th. Master Lonnio Hall, of Cloverport, is Having repaired and mado aa good as visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. sorvices new, and having secured the Hall. of Miss Mata Root visited relatives and friends in Louisville and Mitchell, Ind., last week. Miss Malissa Cunningham, of Derby, n miller, wo was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Minnio A nnd vt nro prepared to grind O'Neil last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins wero the guests of Mr. G. Hawkins, Stephens-por- t, Suuday. Miss Blanche Snyder, of Hardinsburg, AT ALL TIMES. is spending sovernl weeks with her aunt, Mrs. N. II. Watlington. Miss Edmonds, of Brandenburg, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chap-pel- l, has returned homo. Messrs. Tercio Beard and Will Milner, GUARANTEED. and Miss Lulu Jolly were tho guests of tho Misses Richardson Sunday. ! Mr. R. O. Richardson - is expected homo this week from a trip to Washington, Philadelphia, Now York nnd NiagaBST.Stables for teams over night. ra Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cunningham havo Respectfully returned homo after an extended visit to Mr. Cunningrelatives at Chonault. ham's health is greatly improved. Tho many frionds of Rov. W. F. Cash-ma- n wero disappointed tho 2d. Sunday Olifton Mills, Ky that ho was unablo to fulfiill his appointment on account of illness in his family. A mad dog created considerable excitement in town Sunday evening, but was finally killed, tho heroes of tho day boing Messrs. Geo. Cox, Percie Beard, Will .Mllncr and Carlt Richardson. Union Star Is "thick with 'om." I g Fpon E MPIRE ss? m r'fi'i NEWSOM. 08tcdinlawt nnwer. i MACHINES. i?n w CKLKKV. ioius gentleman tahtrn tlnmn ' rt Art 9 . ','. 'qellont officer. (Iroen PAimAUH. . ite from itnre 2 26 to 2 50 fn Jll 20 to 25 10 to 20 "IS V H TIME SCHEDULE in I'.irect Tall ir isro. M, is. iTts O 3 SS3S5 What kiml of a rin f.J. A. Murray Have W At 5:00 o'clck A. West flound Train 51 HI J VIVIIUWbMVII kUWIWIMII 11 II k V X. I Wednezdiy Jul; 29. '31 Euil Bound Train E. P. Mosely, I first-cin- Kxpr's Kxpr's Mail X Dally 7 45ain STATIONS Dally Dally 9 AND 850 805 802 WicnnboconfllUHORTEST, fi Ol QUICKEST Dally 6 25pm 6 40 Evansville iwn 1T.I. ueuaru uwen, oi " n" """ DniHTO .Miner, of ciovcmt, and South-Wes- t. lyand tho otlier piao Kspokonoiw. . trill Ken KI .1 C and BEST LINE TO Louis, 720 7 21 7 47 800 841 8 45 H 00 lv.Unu t)p,t..ar Point H.iward Hock Haven Long llranch V.--t rtenlucKy i. 05.n WHEAT CORN nntlid DomocratB ticket 8;10 a, in. ..8:25 p.m...4:22 p.m. A:55 pin ...11:45 a m 10:00p.m. AnaTllla 1:20 '... uUvillo Louli in Effect Seat, 1830. 757 807 811 817 827 837 8 47 8 55 903 917 92) 934 9 44 9 21 Uramlcnburg Meade Springs Kkron Guston 7 47 7 40 7 31 905 011 9 9 9 9 21 Mr. A. W. BltXIKCarther Information, call on or addreii, fwllway man of Chic'A CAMPBELL, A8 . Evansviuo, ma. Bosa Quay mado tho Oon ing tho rqsujt of thoB CAMPBELL, V. P. A. UuIiTUIa, Ky that ho would bet $ 2S 30 46 1000 10 ll) 1015 1023 1027 1030 10 44 952 I'ivrcc Sk..iplc Stepheusport Addison Cloverport Shops Skillman Huwesville Kalcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Irvlngton Weli.tcr Lodiburg 727 723 715 055 6 48 6 40 631 OLOVERPORT, KY, SATISFACTION Holt " 961 1001 ill 10 1024 1023 1034 10 (018 Would bo 0fflce,S. W.Cor. Third Jc Main St 1060 1100 1111 1118 1121 11 29 11 35 11 52-i- 626 618 613 610 557 563 6 40 .Ffi-SSSS- I'ctrlc 530 522 515 511 5 03 4 48 4 35 m Give Us A Trial fiO n fynnuylvanla Sonatdl2il ey. Quay liaa not lings offors to bet $2 will bo elected, andy 'Now York, Illinois i Advertisers 1102 1111 1123 1131 1140 11 65 12 05pm 12 20am 1207pm 12 IS 1227 12 3ii l'ates Owensboro Mattlngly Worthlngton Stanley m BANK OF 425 413 4 ii f llio Misleading Character WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1892. of Circumstantial Uviilcncx. There is no figment of tho imagination -- if it is nt nil within tho limit of 'possibilities moro curious or slrnugo 'than somo things that actually happen. Tho following is an instance in proof of this: We mean the Yamous l A few yearn ngo Frank Millet, tho i story, well known artist, war correspondent ) and story writer, published n short Btory in a leading mtunizino which had as its principal feature tho mysterious killing of a Parisian artist in his own studio. A web of circumstantial ovldenco led to Nathaniel HaWtliorrie, tho arrest of n model who had been in by the habit of posing for him. But through pubsome chain of circumstances which tho which is now being writer of this has now forgotten, tho lished in these columns in murder if murder it can bo called was found to havo been caused by tho serial form. dischargo of a firearm through tho forco of capillary attraction, Tho firearm was This masterpiece of ficUBed by tho artist as a studio accessory, and was hnng in such a manner that ho tion has enthralled countless was directly in lino with it Its disreaders in the charge occurred when ho was olono in thousands of his studio. days that are behind Us. Tbo story was a vivid and ingenious flight of tho imagination. Now for its It is old, yet ever new, parallel In faut Tho Albany Law Journal tells of tho and it has no counterpart in, arrest of a man npon tho cliargo of killing his cousin. Tho dead-- man was thei literature of today. found lying upon a loungo about. 3 Read it while it runs; . it o'clock in tho afternoon with a ball in his brain. Tho cousin, who had may not come this way an interest of $100,000 in his death, was alono with him in the house nt tho time. again. Tho discovery of tho real causo of death was duo to tho lawyer of tho accused, who took tho. rifle- from which tho ball had been fired, loaded and hung it npon tho'wnll, nnd then marked tho form of n man upon n white sheet and placed It Hqs never before been pubnpon tho loungo whero the man had lished in newspaper form, been found. Then a heavy cut glass pitcher of wa- and this is ter was placed upon u shelf above. The temperature was 00 (legs, in tho shade. A Rare Chance to ffead The pitcher of water acted a3 a sun glass, and the hot rays of tho sun shining It in Easy through "4he water wero refracted directly upon tho cartridge chamber of the rifle. Eight witnesses wero in tho room, TAR FORK. and a few minutes after 3 o'clock there was a puff nnd n report, and tho ball strnck the outlined form back of tho car, Corn crops aro tolerably good. and tho theory of circumstantial We had a nico rain hero this week was exploded. which was very much needed. This is interesting, not only becaufio tho real occurrence is quite as strange aa Wheat harvest has begun in this vicintho imagined one, but because tho fact ity. Wheat is generally very good hero. camo after tho fiction and paralleled it Tobacco setting Is through with, which eo dlosely. Detroit Free Press. most peoplo were lato with on account of tho. early wet weather. Ono Cure for Miliaria. A reputable and honored citizen living There has been two or thrco old crops on tho North Side in the vicinity of Lin-co- of tobacco sold In this neighborhood of has had a terrible experience. park His wifo became suddenly ill nnd ho late, which sold at a very high prico. Mr. Andrew Frank, of Jolly's Station, immediately called up tho family physig cian by telephone. died a Bhort time ago. Ho had been Subscriber My wifo complains of a for somo years. Ho leaves a wifo scvoro pain at tho back of her neck and and several children to mourn his loss. occasional nausea. We syrapathizo very much with tho Doctor She must havo malaria. 'family. Subscriber What's the best thing to Wo shall not forget to give an account do? At that moment tho young lady at the of tin) birthday dinner and quilting given central station altered tho switch by by Mrs. B. II. Bates on tho 17th of Juno mistake and tho unlucky husband re- in honor of her 55th, birthday. Frionds ceived tho reply of a mechanical engineer in answer to tho inquiries of a mill and relatives wero numerous, numboring 48 in all. Tho tablo was spread with tho owner regarding his boiler. Engineer I believe she is lined with very nicest of cako and pies of various excoriations to a considerable thickness. kinds, nnd everything elso that was nico n Let her cool during the night, and in and good. In tho afternoon tho the morning before firing up take a nnd Beech Fork band marchod hainmer and pound her vigorously. around the houso and played several Then get a garden hose, with strong pieces of music which was vory attractive pressure from tho main, and let it play to tho ladies that wero present. That freely on tho parts affected. Tho doctor may count on nt least one will bo a day long remembered by the Wo wish her friends of Mrs. Bates. fat patron short Chicago Inter Ocean. many moro happy birthdays. Thoso An Incident of Metropolitan Life. present wero to numerous too mention. Down on South Broadway, standing Tho Breckbkridqe News is a welcome beEfdo a stairway which leads up stairs visitor at our little homo. Wo aro alcomto tho office of an oleutro-medicpany, there stands a little glass case in ways glad to read the News and tho which is displayed tho life size figure of many grand and good advertisements of a human leg from the thigh down. the good old city of Cloverport. Tho other day two very well dressed young men wero standing in front of From another correspondent the caso. Two or three other people It rained very hard Sunday. wero staring over their shoulders to seo Thoro is no serious sickness in our was mado tho noise. what it Finally ono young man said to tho neighborhood. other very solemnly: C. 'W. Stono is our Sunday school ''In five minutes that leg will begin superintendent to movo." Last week was dry and tho farmora got His companion looked at him very wisely, pursed his lips and nodded his In a good week's work. head. Then thoy both walked away. Tho farmers have planted largo crops Tho other people stood in front of tho of corn nnd tobacco in this community,, caso for half an hour waiting for tho leg trust that thoy may ralso good tolmove, Suddonly a thought seemed to and we crops and got good prices for them. strike one of thorn. Then the same thbught occurred to anothor member of HARDIN COUNTY. tho group, and so, ono by ono, they silently stole away. New York World. A" btnl&ucn Are YOuJteading It? The Scarlet Letter, . f i The Scarlet Letter Stages. ovi-deri- !i nil-in- Ball-tow- (Independent.) 0'. 124o 1(U Siiottsviile rifi.t....i 111 125pm ar.Hendert'n U & 355 337 329 315pm R. R. Irwillbonotfced ; y announco tho onndlie01ill8trac0on.MadoiwddtaP of Ehzabethtown, afcrour "Hook for AJvortlnoru." A ..ttlo study of that book will enable election to Congress m to,iocf.io what you ought to do, FourttldelvoonldcaoIthoproUabiocoat. from this, tho Komcry by his actii0U instruct US tho past has roflecte, piaco a certain amount of adver-!.- ( In tho way we think 110 Ih i'n8t for you most kockI. you alicniUl UiBtriCt. ju do yon tlio tCOUH EOntloman J hend an explicit statement of what wish to accompllali, and raako i 'At Ills post Valtaniiynltable arraneementa for payment. "or order will rw,uj,rcs. Uo pcopio ngaittcntlon tliat uthen rcceho all the and has especially consUtuoncy in vioyo" WSl) advertisement lw much ercatbr fpnrod and ft plan of ndrcrtlnlnf; liofnm Vtiui larked out ; to bo told wliat papora ou Wish to aIVCrtis? LouisviMefHardinsburg TAKING EFFECT Western HAEDI3STSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. HEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. O. W. BEARD "J V -- J. W. CARY, No. 2 TIME TABLE. JULY 29, 1891. West Hound Trains Daily I Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. Nu.5 No, 1 11 30 un 1210pm 12 12 ".,.. 25 42 118 130 148 tl.O 215pin 260 3 02 4 )56 Tlin Democrats to their ci.i.. lrom?,t,olltoBCtuer wltUourblUfor tion Uioroughly inSosorvlco. and with tho dotorj can to elect tho said "Wo have maJhyp,,, nml Mtimatcs tho ad- For tho expense of Bfl WO COUIU, ami uvrtlscrpaysus. ,., advertisements ond watch-o- f final resort Of tiir tho fulfillment of contracts we joiiatd by a commission aliowel by It Is m;0 publisher of the paper la which Itepubllc; hard Work WO can tovorti8ement appears. nn should use, anil what the cost '111 ue, wo win luriiioi. mu uirr- Csement and tho plan cither or submit them for yoiiroon- - 314 329 00pm Uatt Hound Trains Dally Dally STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 0 l.v Irvlngton Ar 930am Garfield 8 35 815 llanied 7 50 Hardlnsburg Kirk 715 Jolly 705 644 Glcndeane 634 Dempster ar Fallsltougblv 614am 654 ltockvale 6 29 Huth 521 Asklna 6 00 Oiks Arl'nrdavillcl.v 4 45am Dlro tor MORRIS ESKRIDQE ) U. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 25e. rSSSi GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for iojnjg IThe Weekly I Sclontlfio American Agency for t h TRADE MARKS, RBIlinu D&TRUTS COPVRIQHTS. etc. niueiTS. tOertisernent?, nreparinj Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Plnster, Salt, Lime. Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, For Information and free Handbook write to munn co.. an DuoADWAT, Nxw Yony. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Ktery patent takon out by us Is brought bef or tbe public by a notice itvon Ireo ol charge In tbt Louisville Commercial Will ho sent to any address from now until January 1st, ccnta. 1893, for twenty-fiv- e Campaign year is now at hand ; you tnustkeop posted and tho way to do so is to rtad THE COMMERCIAL tho only truo cxponeut of protection nnd sound- currency in tho South. - For a weak and tired feeling, loss of appctito and general debility, Lightning Blood Elixir is tho best tonic. It is entirely vegetablo, contains no inorcury or other mineral poisoiiB. Mrs. N. E. Allen White Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning Blood Elixir is c6rtalnly tho truo elixir of life. I havo used it, and it haa cured mo of many years' suffering. I can Lightning Blood Elixir as n lady's frlond." Another Breckenridge Boy Gone To The Front David S. Murray, son of Judgo John Allen Murray haa just been appointed General Superintendent of tho Rocky Mountain Telophono Company with headquarters at Salt Lake City, Young Murray loft Cloverport somo six orsevdn years ago and went to Salt Lake. Ho accepted a position as clerk with this company soon after his arrival in tho West, and has boon in their employ over since By diligence, industry and close attention to his business ho pleased his employers and has bcon gradually promoted from ono subordinate position to anofjior until now ho has been placed at, tho head of their affairs. Ho is yet a young man in tho primo of lifo, being only about 30 years of ngo, and his many frionds hero will bu pleased to hear of his promotion and thy brilliant prospects before him. anJ oata of odverttsincr n granu It coet or trouble na tLout BCQ tho croatest appiNrsas' Ink reffularly, carefully, tdiously; issued weekly, $J a year. eosslon Of tho v atiO;lrwUn ft cmpieta cotalopuo of TOntlon riven to thPapors, re nd 85 for tho Amert- owspaper Directory, resolution, exprcB8unyfUrthor information address a erou want to learn 1 t!l0 ,B9 Pine & Poplar Shingles al-w- Hrick. Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orlnrs kept on hand. by cash prooipt i TXtJw" er Blaitu p ROWELL It Ullorl. - SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY And examine it carefully you will bo siiro to subscribo. : 5. Co A large number of Advertlafno Durcu, hatred, that rank,0 ignorant, predjudJ streot-cornpoliti FOR SALE. all day long WOarinftor,.houle, dwolllnjr, good barn, now, and (ii acres tholr trowwretivhlfcard sartntthlnwtsltttl",a,e', at M."ly. Will s.ll SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES At the Nursery, Address all letters and mako '' o all checks and orders payable to I'ost-ofllc- I'or next fall delivery. Order what you want. Anything we haven't nn hand, we will procure it for yinl at tlif lowest rule. Manager Hardlnsburg Nurs'ry. IIAltDINSDUIlO ,KY LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, Wv 1 or another, VTim ir (anas ana e4bletn, nr W.' K. Ilarnsi, IlardlniburiT, Clgy.nport CHAS. KNAPP. ZACK. GREEN, (j54eS LOUISVILLE. KY. ttGSrtttt & Hon. Harvey Harald Smith camo in A correspondent says that tho drink- yesterday evoning sick nnd is compelled water is u perfect euro for ing of salt to remain for afow days from his can. seasickness, though it makes tho drinker , very miserablo for a few minates nfter voss. Our Creamery is doing nico business ho takes the cure. The sailor who it to tho sufferer in question in tho way of making butter and chceso. accounted for it by saying the stomach There is demand for all tho butter right on board ship Is in n very sensitive state, from tho churn. The factory has about and that tho salt water pickles it so two hundred first class cheese, now that it gets hardened to conditions which ready for tho market, no better can bo had previously rovolted It If that were tho explanation, It must had any where. be a very rapid and miraculous kind of Rov. R. W. Browder is finishing up his pickling process that la off octed by a pint fourth year of hard and useful labor of of salt water, not, In all probability, tho Elizabethtown District Under-hilong retained. But whateter tho ratiosupposed "sailor's remody" presidency tho district has moved up on nal of tho may bo, any quick remedy for so fright- all lines of business. Many new churches ful n distress is wortli trying, and tho and parsonages. havo corao into existassertion of the sailors is said to bo that ence, and a great many conversions and ' lb never fails. St. James' Gazette, additions to thoxhurch. Mr. Browder is a strong man in tho pulpit and is deservTn Ward OIT the Dos;. greatest enemy In hla edly popular through tho district. The burglar's Tho culmination of ono of the most nocturnal wanilcrings is a dog, whoso presence he even dreads moro than the sensational episodes in tho history of policeman or detective. To protect and Hnrdln county was brought about by tho safeguard himself against canine attacks second trial and conviction of Charlio Clerk, last Monday, in on Ids person ho carries about with him Moore, this city. Ho pleaded guilty a sprig of tho gray limewort, which, counts, aggregating six years on threo in tho when used as an amulet, Is an nbsoluto tho other thirteen indictments provontlve against the bites of dogs. having been filed away; whether or not This plant when wed internally is said, thoy will ever bo brought up against him. on tho authority of Bacon, to rcwovo is left discrctionery- with tho Commonhydrophobia. London wealth's attorney. The crime' for which Moore has to pay thp penalty wrb, Jrj, forging witness claims, while, acting as JMurulu of Several Words. Knight errant is not written as ono Deputy Clerk under Ci M. Froieo. Tho amount Bocured by him in this way word, and need not bo oven connected total to have beon in the neighborhood is Indeed, la riot so gener- of said with a hyphen $3,000. Special Judge DoHaven, of ally. Therefore tho plural, of courso, is LaU range, before whom Moore was knighta errant Lookers on is not one tried, sentenced him, and sheriff Branch word. Once that usage has soldered started with the prisoner fo Eddyvllie two words, tho resultant word will form Monday night While there Si no, quesits plural with a final s. The plttml of tion of Moore's guilt, as he hlmeelf 'acbootjack la not bootojaclc Notee sod knowledged, yet there is profound sympathy expressed for each member of his Queries. family. as this ends the laet act in the tragedy it is to A young man lost an eye tho other bo hoped timu will cause these unpleasnight In UhTcngo by a Jab from a noodlo-llk- o ant memories to be forgotten and that weapon" that projeotod from tho hat there may never bo a of of a'young woman who was neoidentally such to mar the fair' name of Hmrutya ami V.liuhttihtsiu-r- i nni.nt.v .,,, ,j , .iiiwiiii 'tlwqwn agBlnst him. s ty y, Tit-Bits. Moore-Showers ,,-- Cure h .n'r.w' ty "Wit r v ; y-- HBIHSdtvWT a "jWW"jTlTff rf,.tKv 1 raJiijtz: zmpc hf . pn .xwwp, mmimi , - ., .pi, u 411 jpfppiig J."" . wimihhmmihv '" .,- II ivvb tt T . Skenridge News. 3ESDAY, JUNIUS), 1802. 5VELAND. Bntlnued from lt. Pace,) x onuiar lustituv Nowjfjthe conditions were roversed lustration of the iiiciaXrertl nftnt ,'mar dratlf y Ijf thoy nfiked- - youto pay $500 for a poai-tiv- o Yk d&nounsea tioiicyunder enre-yo- u iniglit hesitate. Hero aro I Dime holders usurp control vu rcputablo men, with yours of honorahlo .11 ti.u buivub huu Muonventious we democratic party to tne rciorro dealing ; thousands 6f dollars and n great W. and tall other abuses which say "Wo 1 JndtrMasl liberty uA UeO. Sell- - namo back of them and they can euro you because wo'vo cured thous . .. The Deroocriuio ptrty is the ands of others liko you if wo can't wo it hftfl yer given the country .r-- .. .. ". ijuu lur mu .....1...1.... l.l oonBiwu jina yiopruus, will uy vui( ftrnh I il. k!iiii:uku mui t alr4HJH(l' nrfWriog (hero's orfo Wllbra wo 6an't euro." a while ftvoldinu cu They bolicvo in thojnsolvcs. Isn't it lt has aimed to cultivate wi other nations, and worth a trial. Isn't any trial preferable neighbors on the whose destiny Is to catarrh ? our own. and we view denov to a col lav .of lr-- , blustr which U liable at any ROBERTS' BOTTOM. lit us wltbjtlie alternative of or war. we favor the main-- . A7AM3T jrtwnk fllrtuih for all f Mr,X. T. Rob"v,rtiwR8 in Ibo city a fow nuMooM aafwi.nd un fllmil days last wcok. kbroad. country, has .This the oppressed lwan, every BoW, to the wifo of Mr. S. II. Dix, a toe of from Lies inr conscience etiK-ib flnp girl, Juno 18th. It of the founders 'of ourgovem- - Mr. 8. IJ,,B;ix wonUpJho.city Wed-Bda- v ondemn rue oppyMgloujtuutttyd t and returned Friday. I (UijL'tS.vall JME iMiae VHUl English ha4;beomon tliesick' wihpt iim. lor WW jhui weeKut is lmttrovuig now. HUOD the damrJtu nay Ku(lii1,ty.lio horf been , Ki;IiniBJ to fttmure in the We Undtr oar ofofouiufttS jiaMntfn Anborn, hk ',ifiiinm&y for av ill. bpathy to theae lovers ot fTe- -' VrotheHn-lA.htnin Christian iibk lot nonte ru and 'hr UUl. cwntyuaowjuiil , lly appro"!! ail WsdU- - Fannie. Lee Lafjr. ,.,-.event the nnlted StatM notj ' Kroxiiwla of thu MODtfrsof E11- Rf' Wonderful cure by'Ayer'n Haiwparil-lai- n riuld vnioretiihent every part of "the limd. Wrilo for iworaroen under aanat. Skc. 17. Popular education Mug the of popular , stiff rnuo, wo commend to the several states' most liberal tho' MoKinlcv tariff Jaw appropriations for the' public schools. lftv-flrconirress ns thn ree common schools nre the nursery of rocftv of dims J.S ft." 1.. ijimin- - the government and they have nlwnys re.firm: Tl uuurui imiuu uv liiu t. mc T Z ceived the fostering care of the Democrutlo bf the present congress to modify Its party, of Inresaivo icatures in tne uirection or. creasing which favors every means educaIntelligence. Freedom of .Material and cheaper mnnufac- tion being all essential ot civil nnd religils that enter Into ircnnrnl run. ious liberty, as well ns a necessity fpr tho :"nnd"vvo nromiso Its rnnoal as one ncflcent results that will follow development of Intelligence, must not bo Interfered with under any pretext whaton- - Of the Dconlo lri enfcrustinir Iti the Democratic party. SInco the ever. We nre opposed to state interference with parental rights and rights of igy uiriu went into operation tnero conscience In the n ten reductions or wages ol labor an infringement ofeducation of children as crease.' wo rtenvtlmt there has ocratic doctrllio thnt the fundamental Demthe largest individual iy Increase of prosperity to tho since that tariff went Into opora- - llborty consUtent with tho rights of others, highest typo of American insures the wo point to the,lullncgs and and the; best government. reduction Anil Htflkii In Sec. 18. Wo tipprove the action of the a trade as the best possible evidence prospeniy nss resulted irom E resent house of representatives In passing Ills inieyaeti we call the attention states for tho admission Into the Union as of the territories of New Moxlco and ughtful Amerlcahs to the fact that Arizona and we fn or the early admission he thirty years of restrictive of nil the territories having tho necessary Imnortntinnn nf tnrvUrn population nnd resources to entitle them a in exchange for our agricultural to statcship. nnd whllo they remain terriicts, tho homes nnd farms of the ry have become burdened with n real tories' we hold that tho officers appointed to maintain the government of ntiy terrimqrtgngo ol over two thousand live million dollars, exclusive of all tory, together with the District of Columforms Of indebtedness: that in ruin bia and Alaska, shilll be bona lido residlsti let in i chief agricultural states of the west dents of thaterritory and performed. which Tha pears a real estate mortgage debt their duties nro to be Democratic party believes in home rulo 105 XT tier cnnlta. nf thn aAA nnmilntlnn iUn nlmttni. and tlio control of their own affairs by the of isms are shown-texist irf jjlher"hg-- ! Tcople JO. the vicinage. legislation by con Sec. I states. Wo'denounca :a nol ev cress una We. favor state legislature to protect tne osters no industry ho nuirh ft. lives nnd limbs of railway employed and nt of the sheriff. thoso of other hazardous tinnsportntlon Trado Interchange on the basis cul advnntatre to thin ennntrv coihpnnlew. and denounce the Inactivity of tint; is a doctrlnn nf tlw Uepubllcnn party, nnd particularly tho Ocratlo faitli. but no ilrnnunrn thn liepublican senate, for causing tho defeat reciprocity which, Juggles with tho of measures beneficial and protective, to this 'class of wage workers. '8 .desire I for cnlunrM fnrelim Sec. SO. Wo are in favor of tho enactts and freer oxchatiLio by nmteml. ment by the Mate of laws for abolishing establish irado relations for a coun tho notorious sweating system, for abolishof;. export lire almost ex- 'Ivan; rtantnntl tilth other countries ing contract convict lauor nnd for prohibite uiscmcncaituraL wlitleerpctlncrn ing the employment In factories of children It house barrier of prohibitive tariff under fifteen years of age. Sec. 21. we aro opposed to all sumptr.e nqnest countnos ol tue thulstaAdiready to take our entire tuary laws ns un Interference with the individual rights of the citizens. i in (inxiucui iiuu i exennnge Skc. 22. Upon this statement of princiwhich nro necessary and L'orU of life among our own peo- - ples nnd tioliucs the Democratic party nsks l)io intelligent Judgment of tho American recognize In trusts and mo- - people, ft asks a change of administration and a change of party in order thnt , wjjicn are designed Uy capital to there may be a change of syslinore than their just share of the tem and a change of methods, tllus assurkoduct of capital and labor, a ing the maintenance unimpaired of Instituconsequence of prohibitive taxes, tions under which the republic has grown event tne tree competition winch. of honest trade, but we bellnvn great and powerful. cun be abated by law, and rwin-il- s BIOGRAPHIES. F.tne xigiu eniorcemcnt ot lawscveui. iiiiu I'unirui uicm, toClevelnml. legislation further ns experienceInmay Grovcr Cleveland was born nt Essex, N. abuses J., March 18, 1837. His father was a Presssary. byterian minister. Grovcr received n comIlenubllean nnrtv. whlln mon school education with n brief course Follcv of rescrvlnir thn.tinhlln ut iCn academy. all holdings by actual settlers, 1851) In Iwaythe people's heritage until Four years ho was headmitted to the liar.t was appointed nsslst-nnlater lw railroads and district attorney of Erie county, and hinl and . cornorato, possess a . n mint or aii o"r tarms oo- - held the ofllce three years. In 1805 he was 'seas. Tho lost Democrutlo nominated for district nttornes, but defeated. reversed the Improvident 187QMr. Cleveland wns chosen sheriff I icy of the Itenublican nartv of InErio county1, N. Y nnd served n KlUllc domain, and reclaimed single term. In 1881 ho was elected mayor lions and syndicates, alien stic. and restored to the nconlo of lhiffnlo', and on November of tho following year was elected governor of New P.WAOOO acres of valuable land to York by the ' aciuvas nomestcads 01 our cltl- - any candtdnto largest majority ever given for the same ofllce in any klce ourselves to continue state. Slavery acre of land, so nn- In 1884 snan Do reclaimed and re-- ' president Mr. Cleveland wns nominated for by the Democrats, and elected, Y& I wnco wmen time ins movements are too t dcAoynce itho Hcpnbl)cAn well known to need mentioning. Known as the bherman net of On June 2, 18S6, Mr. Cleveland wasTnar-rie-d vflrdly makeshift, fraught with to Miss Frances Folsom, of Buffalo. Hewns the flr&t, president ever wedded in "kaall of its sunnorters. as well the White House; One ehoi anxious for Its speedy repeal. ithe use of both gold nnd silver blessed tho union lam money of the country and jStWKIUUII. ere of both and sliver with- Mr. A. E. Stevenson, of Illinois, is fl imfnation acralnst either metal or Keqtuckiau by birth, years and fifty-siOf fnJntagiviiutc'the dollar tunlt of , He removed ottSoth wt4l9 must be of equal of age. sixteen years to llloomlngton, Ills , wlien' of age. There he t ontTexcaangeablo value, or bo adheld uy Judicial positions. international agreement or in- - studied law, and has since been various He Jias a lifeniards bf legislation ns shall long Democrat, was a candidate for presiLmalntenance of the purity of the elector on tho nut' anu tne equal power 01 any dential 1874 he was McClellad ticket in 1804. In elected to congress. all times in thn ninrknt find In In 18S4 he was appointed first assistant lient of and wo demand that currency 'Bhall tie kent nt nnr postmaster general under Postmaster GenI redeemable in snch coin. Vn In. eral Vilas, to succeed Mr. Malcolm Hay, a )bis policy as espccinlly neces- - whoreaiQTud. nc inuicci-uji- i oi inu, luraierts aim classes, the first and most do- We'll write it dawn till everybody scei It yictlnis of uustablo money and a Till everybody is tick of seeing it currency. i recommend thnt tho nrohlbl- Till everybody know It without teeing It We reeut. tax onntntobank' lsnnes lie' that Dr; Sago's Catarrh Remedy "cures tho woretcases pf chronic.cntarrh Jp. tho -- Public offlctf Is n nublfc trust irni the declaration of the Dcmo- - head, catarrhnl Hcadacho, niid "cold in convention of 18711 for the the head." In perfept faith, Us makers, : the civil service, and wc call for the World's Dispensary Mediral AssociaI enforcement ot all laws rugulat-Th- o nomination of a nresident tion of Buffalo, N. Y., ollbrs to pay $500 last Jtepubllcan convention by oonslstins larcelv of his an- - to anyonosuut)rlng from chronic catarrh holding olffce athls pleasure, is n ,in .tho, head whom Lhoy cannot cure. only- - safe basis ft 151o oT Ihft COUnTrv. We relterntd ttarofr "repeated of tlio Dcmocrntlo party thnt the ot tho government is tho only on for taxation, and wlicnever n necessary it ,1s uniusttllnble: that stoin libUHC taxntfon in levied apou i any jmihi iiruuucuu 111 tui uuuu meienco between tno cost or moor labor abroad", when suoh differ- iuuy meiumrus any possimo rabor, anil tho enormous mun itions ol tlio exlstlna tarlir lull Ing force upon our farmers and s, nun lor tno mere advantage whom It enriches, exact from il y unjust uliare of tho expense muni, nnci wo ucmunu gucn a a tariff lnwir as will rcnmvn ultourf inequalities, lighten their ns and out them on a countltu- d equable basis. Hut In maklnn s In taxes, it is not tironosral to iy domestlo industries, but to pro-r ueniuiT gruwiu. jrom tno in of this government the taxes at tno custom house have been fhourco of fedorcvenue. Such Pnntlniln v W.s5 litivintinii itinntf vvruuuu S tltVUICIi 11 tk itwvc cornel? Jy upon Iegislnr iccessful cof liance, so that law mu ue at every sten e labor and capital thus In ..process of reform must be xecuiion to tins plain alo- - ,i OVdrtAxea WngeMmt wo" coTiftcTnnlihJl detioiiTiCi) hll attempts to restrict t lit; Immlixratiou of tho industrious tmd MOrtliy of foreign lauds. Sta 13. This convention hereby renews the expression of appreciation of tlio patrli otism of the soldiers and Bailors of tho Union. In tholato wnrfor Us preservation, nnd we favor lust nnd liberal pensions for nil disabled Union Soldiers, their widows and dependent ones, but we demand that the work of tho pension ollice shall bo dono industriously, impartially and honestly, Wo denounce the present administration of that ofllce ns incompetent, corrupt, disgraceful and dishonest. Skc. It. Tho federal government should Rape And Lynching in National Politics. endeavoring to innko n partisan and In BQctionnl issuo of tho lynchings tho Re- ' ti r. WA 14 enro for nnd Improve tho Mississippi river and other treat water ways of the republic so as to secure for the interior states easy ami cheap transportation to the tide, water, w hen any wate.r way of tho rcpub-ll- o is of sufllctent Importance to demand tho aid of tlio government thnt such aid should bo extended on a definite, plan of continuous wcu-- until permanent improvement Is secured w She. IB. For purposes of national defense and tho promotion of commerco the states, wo recognize the early construction of tlio Nicaragua canal and protection against foreign control as of its great importance to the Ignited States. Sec. 10. Wc recognlzo the world's Columbian exposition as a natlonul undertaking of vast Importance, in which tho general government has Invited the of the nations of tho world, and appreciating the acceptance by many such powers of the Invitation bo extended and tho brood and liberal efforts being mode by them, to contribute to the grandeur of tho undertaking, we are of the opinion thnt congress should make such necessary financial provision as shall bo requisite to tho maintenance of national honor nnd publia faith. i . dis-wni- taxa-nirnln- ut time-hono- ring tnero-imoditl- Itc publican party, in its platform adopted at Minneapolis, denounces "tho continued lnhuuinn outrages perpetrated upon American citizens for political reasons in certain Southern States of tho Union." It is an outrage on civilization to kill n man without a trial, whether it is dono in a certain or an uncertain Southern State, whether it is dono North, South, East or West. It is cruel, it is murderand ous, it is wrong, it is it ought to bo It is true, n) doubt, that 11 larger number of Republicans hnvo been lynched in cortain Southern States than in certain States that aro not so far South, but tills by no means proves that tlio Republicans so lynched wero lynched for political reasons. In tho great majority of coses they wero lynched on tho charge that thoy had raped r attempted to nipe whito women. In attempting to roako a partisan issue of lynching the liepublican party might hnvo condemned tho crimo of rapo without weakening Its condemnation of tho lynching of "American citizans lor political reasons in certain Southern States of tho Union," but it did not. It choso to assume that in tlio "certain Southern Slates" to which it confines its condemnation of lynching tlio lynchers are Democrats who art for political reasons. Jn tho State of New York tho other day a Republican wns lynched on tho charge of railing n whito woman. The Republican Convention might havo condemned this lynching, but it did not. Nor docs it object at all to tho lynching of Democrats, or subjects of Germany, or Italy, or Franco ; it does not object to tho lynching of any unnaturalized resident Jn "certain Southern States" where it charges' that republicans aro outraged thus because they nro Republicans. When a Republican is charged with raping a white woman or with any other capital criinoju any State of tho Union, ho should have n fairjrial and if found guilty bo soiittnccd to death by a jury before ho is hanged. It is nil outrage to hang a Republican in any other way, nnd it ought to bo always remembered that even in "certain Southorn States" whero Republicans aro most given to attempting rapo on whito women the mere charge docs not provo them guilty, Such charges may be mado from malico: or, as directed against a given jierson, they may spring from tlio excitement following tho crime, so that after tho lynching is over it may bo found that the wrong Republican has been lynched. Whilo we nro loath to treat this matter from a partisan standpoint; whilo it is not truo that any Republican ever attempts to rape a white woman bcruuto ho is a Republican, yit we believe that in determining to present lynching.as a national ibsuo.of sectional partisanism against "certain Southern States," "the Minneapolis Convention owed it to the Republican party, to tho country and to civilization to deprecate rapo and tq attempt to so educato Republicans in "cortain Southern States" as to onablo them tho hotter to restrain themselves when disposed to attempt rapes on whito f womcrl. St. Louis Republic. kffSSr.!!5?!MMwMjas '. a V t; , VJ s (, r-- JJ HHH jl 1 iiiiliiH iiiiiiH HhHH h H H iiH iH HiBh 'lH HcHH iiiiB iH ih IH iH 1' :i OES. 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According to a special dispatch from Minneapolis to tho Louisvillo Times, Mr, Denny was on his feet in an instant to protest against such an unjust proposition. Ho said tho trouble was that tho situation at tho South was not understood by the people of tlio North. To adopt any such resolution meant, in plain terms, that tho Republican party justified the heinous crimo of rapo and proposed to protect by forco of arms tlio black despoil-er- a of whito mothers and daughters. Jt could bb readily seen in advance, lip argued, what a terriblo state of nmiira. such a plan, if it could bo put into prac-- j tico, would bring about. Concluding his spirited and Gloquont speeck, Mr; Denny told the committeemen that such a startling thing as was proposed, the utilization of Federal power to protect negro ravishers, could nover bo accomplished, and, if attempted, would bring about a great flow of human blood. That part of tho resolution in regard to sending Federal troops down South to protect negro ravishers was knocked out almost overwhelmingly nnd Mr Denny was conirratulatcd upon tho stand ho had taken )nopposing";tho whole proposition and upon his success in getting the worst fenturo stricken out. The plnnk as adopted reads that thoy "donounco tho continued inhuman outrages perpetrat ed upon American citizens in certain, Southern States of tho Union," In addition to this another plank was adopted demanding tho passage of a forco bill, but Denny was poworless.to prevent its Mr. Denny deserves tho adoption. thanks of overy decent man, irrespective of party, throughout tho country for the manly, patriotic stand which ho took. Ho is too fair, honest and upright a man to belong to tho Republican party, and slipuld come over to tho Democratic party, Now Era, A pain in the. side or back and sppte on tho faco Indicate kidnoy and liyef disorder, Mr. Geo. P. Eckee, Lorentz, W. Ck. ji bH bH bbbbbbbbbbIIbbbbI bbHH HbbbIhI bbbbUbI bbIbbbI bbHbbH kHBBBsl bbbI obbb! bbbb! VWYYVWy gggBgKBgBIKEggffig&gBB of the season will be given by the members of the St. Komuald The grandest pic-ni- c gation for the benefit of the New Catholic Church soon to be erected. fe-doveri- ior Congre-- . loney loney 3edeA Procter Knott and tie Hon. Mat. O'Donglierty, Glenl Kentucky's greatest orators will .address the people on the'vital questions of the day They will be on hand with out fail, having accepted an invitation from the Democratic and Republican Committees of Breckenridge County. Also, the Committee of the People's Party will No pains will try to have a speaker present. The ladies will prepare an elegant dinner for all. be spared to make it an agreeable and pleasant day. Refreshments of all kinds. Music by the celebrated ,Two of r ( be- - jolici- - In I "k. E, KY HARDfflSBUEG BRASS BAND ! Jaiii Exotirio;ti Rates Will be given by the railroads from all points. An excellent String Band will furnish music for the dancing. ! 'V , hiWii alTED Don't fail to join us that day. r i Jt-nis- n lyiir !, Va., BAys; "I had kidney ttpuble for over two years. Have tried different kinds of kidney medicine, but got no relief. I WW not able to ride horseback, nnd sosroely able to attend to my business. I eoramenoed using Lightning Kidney and Liver Hentedv, nnd before I had ueed one bottle I began to improve, I have taken lour or Ave tattles and am Forsale by all dealers. "rooe t cureuV' DINEEE AT THE USUAL PEIGE, 25 CENTS. MANAGERS : JOHN'REILLY, JOHN HOBEN, DENNIS SHEARAN, Sr., ': MIOHAEL O'DONOGHUE, AND PATRICK REILLY, t q: ROBT. MATTINQLY, LINUS OOOMES. ,Ky. )t,Mo,.,r mM I' t ! WW r- - n Mm!. iqpiMMMM "J. W!W ttmBSSSSeSSr w ii'aaatJI''"WIifr'i'f"si"M up. He" is s"ssssB"s"s"Bfift a grent favorite witli Hie pco-jil- o and can poll ft larger popular vote " Johu M. Borntraeoer Wm.'J. Winter. Henrv Winter. tfian nny other man in the couutry. But : i SURGEON. StCrA I can ho poll them In tho righl placo9 PricoSJ. 'i ffarHTTI,nWfJftlTt.. H to Dr. HW c'soM t(rtl w;i ilriirt It Is my opinion that he can not, and I Payne & Co , moved into their new thnt Harrison will bo olccted. But if OLOVR OHT..KY. L jbotlfling Monday. . Monday night tlm Tho Nkis has taken the pains to get Harrison can not bo dieted, I had perV'fitnv building w'aa lightwl up witlj natcititlio opinions of some of tho sonally, rather seo Cloveland, President A. '. ural uas and It was ajbcauly to bvjibld. J zens of Cloverport nnd vicinity In n ganl than nny other Dcnioerat in Hie land. to to the availability of the caudidati s, jind Regardless of how it goes', we know that IVicoMb tholflivtcltl.-BXG Did you say it was hot ? If you don't soon lay off thoso , V msv ,1,- -, UK. net in acconlan'o'Cwilli tiie new hidewalk wo take pleasure in laying them before we will havo n good President for the ' UANNtljiunj mu. . j' Somo w ftmlinntirt'. Ill i laying a neW vitrified our readers. It shows in what esteem next four years. heavy garments you nro wearing, you'll feci Btill hotter. Miltniailf to onli-- in tlm'biet rtylc. brick walk in front of his residence on tho candidates are held and is inlen stpcoplo thought Unit becnuso tlio warm weather was slow coming J. A. Murray, (Dem ) It seems to im .,yf-r- t rrfnuiirunU'iil. Onliya fiolTrlU'ti high street. ing reading matter. tho hi st possiblo ticket that could have H they could worry along withouPhuying No. 3 is itNo being npairul anil thorII. E. Woods, (Itp) I consider Mr been selected. Cleveland in Ids person 4 SimoDS, M. B. Hhe will poon 1k Cleveland the logic tl candidate of his ality and situation towers nbovo all other oughly ovirlmulidi to come out, and will liavo new party, anil his nomination inont excelstatesmen in the Democratic party at thin Irivc wheels Hiid utherwi-H- i bo made as lent. He mid Mr. Harrison wire Ixith jointure of public nljalrn. He fimilshcf Wwrr Jiiiikmriiiy jhiiu. nominated by the poplo lie fun the res- n splendid .wimple of tho best adminisCLOVERPORT, KY good as new. July No 15, that was ditched pective conventions nut; both wire con- tration of goveriimint, absolutely unasIxomotive of oppotd sailable from any right, thinking point on the Fulls of Ibiugh spur One day last fronted by tho Niniu'f haroctcr W. Disappointed weili, is in the bhojM haiig iter dam tiou ; in both tascs tho will of the ni:ws s of view. But they have found out their mistake, and aro crowding our Claim & Pension Agent iigcs repaired, and will le ready to go out was regintered, nnd the olltlcal bofses complain of him and these who wanted again in a few days. Slio was not much routed horse, foot and dragoons. As is to loot tiio treasury make an out crv. Btoro now, and buying thin Coats and Coats nnd Vests and drawnominations .But no objection can bq raised against usual, tlio . Como nnd sco jus for solid comfountain. ing on our foEPHENSPORT, KY. - damage d. were madq with a view to strategic ad I him for sound reasons. Tlio nconloJeol Geo. AJinto nnd J. A. Markum, of fort at a very modorato price of Mr. this down In their hearts, nnd it ought to D. were in the eity Monday. vantage, and tho nomination admirably planned, tho' nnd will tell in his favor In November. Markum contracted with Connor nnd Stevenson was Surgeon Galligan, bricklayers, for the building I I think the strongest possiblo ticket I am personally acquainted with Gensician and Boies. eral Stevenson and admire him greatly. CLOVEIU'OUT, KY. a large businers liotiso in that city. He would havo been Cleveland There was no earthly need for failing to Ho is also a true man and renresonta the bought the brick of tho Clovcrport OJJtcc at Home for thepretenl. Mr. Mojton, but Mr. Keid is best viow of tho party on Hie great leadworks. a splendid nomination. Tho best feat- ing question of tho day, tho tariff, KenTiio Bell Brothers have taken their ure of it all is, that whether it bo Ben. or tucky haa repeatedly declared News. in her . -. ! commissary oft" tlio work train and will urover, wo suan an uo ill "in ciovcr. tl platform against any backward Btepa on' wpnwpsnAv' .tiinr ii iw sell out their goods in this city. Tlioy They are both good men, nnd wo shall this vital subject. Stevenson 1 stands in hnvo rented tho store room recently oc--i havo a decent campaign, tho' n most hot- tho front rankH ns n friend of tlio people, upied by Pa) no & Co , with their hard- ly contested one, with no walk-ove- r LOCAL BREVITIES. for nni tlioy know or will find this out be'MsTHTTtTkMKKmtTTTMKmmtTTKtKKSKSKTHKM fore tho election. Where could Mr. Harrison can bo Billy Soiling, of Derby, came down ware store, and nre now ready or cus- either. totnem, Tho Apollo Quartette Company, of the go to find bitter exponents of sound wo can't expect him to add nny strength unday. Court, Babbage, (Dem.) Tho DemoIf Gray School of Music, DoPnuw University, Fislier'tfJIall has been cut into tlireo cratic ticket will win in a canter. Henry principles than Clovoland nnd Stoven-so- n to It by reason of his location. PotJStylos, of ibtcplicnRnort, was in tlie liadTjeentWinlnated it would haVo se- gnvo nn entertainment in tho Presbyter-In- n rooms and in tho future it will bo used Watterson camo very nearly converting ? iity Jlonday. as a lodge room by tlio Knights of ino with those letters of his, but I could church last Friday night. Tho comDr. Joseph B. Cottrcll, (Dem.) Cleve- cured Indiana to us boyond any doubt. Miss Nannie Murray is visitinp friends Pythias. Now let somo enterprising citi not quite mako up my mind to believe land's nomination was legitimate result However, there nro reasons urged by pany consisted of Paul J. Gilbert, Charn Owcnsboro. zen build an Qpera-honsIt is greatly tho way ho did, and now sinca I hnvo of facte and of principles. Ho is person others, why Stevenson will add more les W. Lockwood, Fred F. Tliomburg, II. 0. Low is, of Owensboro, was in tlio needed in this city nnd would be a good seen Gray. Asido Frank A. Power nnd Miss Josepliino wltn wiint, entnusiasm uieveinnu al embodiment of nil that Is vital to the streneHi to tlio ticket than Hy yesterday. paying investment. nomination, I know that ha democracy. It is a law of human na-u- from tlio policy of considering locntion, Tingloy. The ontertainmont consisted received the it. James A. Clark, of Pntesvillo, that it como undor sway of tho prin- wo havo as strong ticket as could havo of singing by the four centlomen nnd re If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your is tlio man. I bclievo that tho country citations by tho lady. It was woll up to ii tliocity Friday. blood is thick nnd sluggish ; if your ap- will go with tlio snmo enthusiasm for ciples of any cause through pcreuasijn of been made; ono that will' havo tho of tho wholo people, and which tho standard, and was received by the 'r ('cream every evening and night at petite is capricious and uncertain, you which tlio convention is famous. It will personal, concrete embodiment, nnd, in need a Sarsaparilla. For best results be a perfect laud slido and tho Itcpubli-ca- n Mr. Cleveland's case, it is phcnominal. if elected will give as safe nn w'ministrn-Hon- . audience witli much applause and freVs drug store. Call early. Sold by Short & Hay-nes- .i Tho friends of tho contending quent encores. unA.NDKNiiunn, il imnanas, nmuniii'iunn, uriiugev, tokepq Witt's. party will bo buried beneath it. It F. Ditto, Sr., (Dem.) We nro delight-e- d candidates mado n vigorous and spirited CloVcrport, and Beard & Beeler is possible and I believe very probable Baio ni u. u. warun s. "Late to bed ond early to rise will jjS, lor with tho Democratic ticket Cleve- fight, but tho battle that raged so fierce- shorten tho Uardinsburg. that Cleveland and Stevenson will carry road to your home in the Iher b mriiio bampio, o: uwensnoro, is land and Stevenson can't seo how it ly bofore, and nt tho beginning of tho skies," But Tlios. Adams for shooting nt John 33 out of the 44 states. f Mrs. F. J. Ferry, this city. early to bed und a "Littlo could bo beaten. Though a few of our Convention, seemed to calm down before Early Riser," Capt. J. A. Burkett, (Indiana Bep.) JftredlS kaiest rain for years fell in the Jackson waived an examining trial in tlio pill that makes life citizens were n iittlo disappointed in not tho close, and all went Ij,omo seeming to loneer and better and wiser. Sold by lo neighborhood Thursday night. tho City, Court yesterday and was placed You ticket is n good one, but Harrison "Ilat having Gray in place of Stevenson, but realize that if wo elected our ticket, wo Short & under a bond of $300 to appear at the had just as soon beat Cleveland again as Hnynes, Cloverport, and Beard (Virginia "Brown, of I.ouls ille, Is h" next term ot tho Circuit Court at Uar anybody else. There is no possiblo as they havo learned more of the latter, must hnve no skulkers in tlio camp. & Beeler, Uardinsburg. of her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Brown, tliis I0 tho better they arc pleased, and we now 11EWI.EYVIM.E. : Was lined $25 in City Court chance for Cleveland to carry Indiana. dinsburg Last Sunday was strictly a "dry" day sight L. A. Foote, (Dem.) I lack n d K PiV for carrying a concealed dendly weapon. Tlio new tax law that tho Democratic think it a winning card. It suits mo to All tho saloons wcro S rand Mrs. Beavln Tucker, of Stcjui- - It. II. Moorman, who lias been travel- Legislature has passed over there is meet- n fraction. of being pleased with tho ticket, nnd I in Cloverport. Chnpcro Wnthcn, (Dem.) Attornov don't Uilnk anyone else is over joyed. closed as tight as If they had been Her6rt, wcro in the city Sunday visiting ing In the interest of the A. O. U. W. in ing with grent disfavor among tlio farmcould'havo metically sealed. Back ways and side krvi 1VCB. tlio Southern portion of tlio Slate, arriv- ers, nnd tlioy will not, support the Dem- Brandenburg. The Chicago Convention With Boise and Russell wo listened to tlio voice of tho pcoplo won. This ono wo havo can't win. Tho doors wcro productivo of no better resays ho has ten ed at homo Saturday night and willre-inni- n ocratic ticket. I am fearful of New rnelo Joe B.wham, throughout tho union, nnd gavo us tho tail end of tho ticket is Hnbist. The sults than front doors, nnd there was j of corn that can't bo beat in the n few days. Ho gives encouraging York. Will have to wait further It's a sure wlnnor. Convention has been Hioworet in my considerable kicking among tho Sunday before I could venture nn best ticket possiblo ity. reports in regard to tho progress and suc. ... J. W. Lewis, (Dem.) Attornny at LaWi knowledge. Cleveland never was my tipplers. Tlio Marshal had given out was in cess of this benevolent and esteemed opinion on it. ivev. K. T. Uruner, of Pellviile, J. C. Nolte, (Hep.) Of courso I as a Until tlio meeting of tlio Democratic choice. Honovcr, mado a "good Presi- words of warning Hie nighj. before, that the city Saturday circulating among Ills order. " all doors should bo closed on Sunday, " , Republican had rather sco Harrison National Convention, my opinion was, dent. many friends. ., . t Mr. Abner Adkisson, n respected farmthat neither CIovcl nd nor Hill should bo I think it is but tho "indulgcrs" did not "catch on" W.N. Drury, (Dchi.) Tiie chuMwnre Imat of Mr. Al. Doug- - er, living near Webster, was overcome elected, nnd it is only natural for mo to selected on account of tho division of tho strictly business. A determined coming until they attempted to get their nccus-tome- d bcrty has been lying at tlio lower wharf hy the heat ono day last week and re- think that lie will be, though you, as a party in tho Empire Sunday morning "tea," or they State ; but it then to tlio front of the people, regardless of for several days. ceived a slight sun stroko while walking Democrat might hnvo n different opin- developed, While would have laid in a supply m,o night that Cloveland was Hie choico tlio dickering of tho politicians. ion. I am not nt nil uneasy as to tho Capt. J. A. Burkett has gone to the In his garden. Ho is tlio father of Dr. S. welfare of the country, should Cleveland of s of tlio rank and file of our tho situation in New York keops down before Falls of ltongli to do some brick work for B.Adkisson, of this city, who was called bo successful ; nnd among all Democratic- - party and tho leaders were compelled to tho enthusiasm to n degree, it will bo Early Risers, Early Risers, Farly Risto bis bedside, but on arrhing found him Col. Laf Green. candidates, ho was my favorite. Ho is yield to tho voico of tlio people. For found thnt tho cyclone Hint swept the ers tho famous little pills for constipaconsiderabfy better and on the road to Henry 11. Hawkins, of Louisville, was tlio strongest mnn that the Democrats that reason I think tlio ticket, tho strong- Convention will bo turned into n grand tion, sick headache, dyspepsia and nerin Jho city again last week with his recovery. est Hint could havo been selected. I be- swell at the election nnd that Cleveland vousness. For sale by Short & Hnynes, could havo nominated. Cloverport, And Beard & Beeler, UarJ. W. Cary, of Clifton Mills, was in the clothing samples. II, Bowinor, (Dem.) I had rather lieve that tho boys in tlio trenches who will be elected. W. dinsburg. city Thursday. He lias bought the old seo Cleveland president It P. Hugood, (Dem.) Irvington. F. Horaco Allen, of Salt Lake City, was than nny other named Hie ticket will seo to it, that it is in tho city last Friday shaking hands mill situated at that place, and lias thor- man, and I am glad ho was nominated. triumphantly elected in November. All is n splendid ticket nnd will win easy in oughly repaired it throughout, so that it ITCHING PILES with his old friends. There is not going to bo tlio depression honor to our gallant Watterson for tlio November The revision in tho Tariff" is now as good as new, and ho invites tlio clear and emphatic "Tariff" for Revenue plank is tlio best thing Henry Wntter-8o- n SWAYNE'S Gramillo Wilton, candidate for Cir- patronage of that and adjoining neigh- in commercial circles this year that ever did. It is so simple now that Only" plank in tho platform. cuit Court Clerk, was in tho city Friday borhoods. P. S. When you take in usually accompanies campaign years. AasoLtrrBtr ctjrzs. OINTMENT everybody can understand it. Botli men hnvo been trhd and are llAhDlNSIIUIHI. arium-MMttu- MI Intent lUkla,. a --,j on tho hunt of votes. your 'turns" don't forget to take along a D. S. Richanlson, (Dem.) Union Star. Judge Adkisson, (Dem ) I vvi.nted a known to bo good men. Tho commerAmerica, but twist of "turbaeker" for Mosely. He's cial world will Columbus discovered not ho uneasy as to the diffi rent man, hut think it was as good X wiso and judicious nomination, nnd .1 Sulzer discovered what Americans need tho miller. i.Ulwtf.U.rr.1m467B.Sw1TMB,niK"iIlZ result, regardless of which wayJt may as wo could do. Gorman and Boles was tho only nominntion thnt could havo in tho grocery line. hold the party together. my ticket. Tho Louisville and Evansvillo Packet go. It is going to bo a clean election. Messrs. Fred and Joe D'Huy, who Company; will vivo excursion rates on R. S. Skillman, (Dem.) I like the Hon. D. B. Murray, (Dem.) Wo hnvo Such little complaints as heartburn, Pimples, Soils, hayo been visiting in Brandenburg, re- tlio 4th of July from points on tho nominated our strongest man, and we ticket. Cleveland was my first choice. headache, tootoche, sour stomach, etc., turned homo lost Friday. ,T. C. Lewis, (Dem.) I think Hiq tickOhio river nt one nnd faro for will win. Tammany can not nflord to f aro not often fatal, but very annoying. Tr. Gcorgo Goldstein, tho optician was the round tr'p, meals included. Steam- go single handed against tho Democracy et all right. I was a Cleveland man. Black All such troubles aro quickly cured by Judgo Milton Board, (Dem.) Tho hero a few days last week and left Sun- - boat travel is moat delightful tills season of tlio nation. Slio wi'I support tho Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A. C. Raynor of tlio year, and tho Henderson packets ticket. MforGrecmillo. The nominating of Stevenson ticket suits me, nnd it is n good ono. C IN Jsv FACT. Shops, W. Va., says : "I havo been afMorris Eskridge, (Rep.) I think Clovowas also one of tho I, I. Biclianlson, of Louisville, was will mako tho Fourth a pleasant tnuo for X7n tnnrt all hnvo now. rich blond, vhirh 7 sour, stomach flicted with heartburn and Como to wisest nets of tlio convention. To hnvo land will bo defeated, but should ho bo for mruie uy mm lie city yesterday, making his regular for nil who travel with them. four vears." Found no relief until I I israpiiiiy LitiUiin u miMiromnrKitnia nuon.ur. t vuuvu u. Cloverport. nominated Gray would hnvo been throw- olected, ho is tlio best man in your party n liltf rfvnll fn Alir ntir.ilQta Fur tlio epoody euro nt Bcrof alfl. Wasting, I Jion-estl- y "'" used Lightning Hot Drops. I can tallv Mnrcarlnl Dlaraso, Eruptions, Erysipelas, T Tho stockholders of tho Irvington ing another brand nt Tammany and it for President. n, jco cream evury uveiiing uiui mgiii in say that Lightning Hot Drops has vital flocay. nnci erory inuicaiion or r ijxJTer-ialiW.K. Barnes, (Dem.) I was a Boies blood. Sr. liilltj'l Blooi GMKhtr is tbo Leave your orders for Creamery Company meet Thursday, was unnecessary. If we loso anything C.'C. Martin'B. cured me entirely." All dealers sell it. j. oil rumody that con nlwsys bo rolled npon. in Indiana, we will ti)oro than gain it in man on nccount of tho disjfftction in Smrirlsts sell 1L 'July 7tli, to perfect their organisation. . 25 and 50c. bottles. C half gallons, iuarts amtpints. JTHE SEJLLEFfS MEDICINE CO. K. P. ISull, of Uardinsburg, was in Tlioy hae$4000 subscribed and the en- Illinois, and tlio chances are that wo will New York, but I nm satisfied with tlio plr. ticket ns it stands. Our states. It is my opinion js for city Friday and Saturday, terprise is sure go. f tjlo pons, J. M. and P. S. Bell, visiting that it will abo a paying It is to bo hoped carry both will poll more votes in Hint right-nn- it is tlio duty ofplatformnjan all Tho Rov.Maimed W. Life. was run 4 tlio overy to Gcorgo investment from Cleveland tennis j, ljiB supjiort it. Electoral Collego than lie did in 1884. down by a train in Louisville Thursday ji ' Dr. Cottrcll's soereign remedy for tho start. Such an establishment is sure Morris Beard, (Dom ) Cashier Uard- morning, nnd terribly mangled nnd Georgo Bojd, (Dem.) I was bitterly v dyspepsia "Short" rations. For further to be a great convenience for tho fanner, opposed to tlio nomination of Cleveland insburg bank. The ticket suits me, but maimed. Hd was crossing Fourteenth and will surely pay if ho don't hold to information apply to Dr. J. B. Cottrcll. j oven up to tho very dayjjo was named,' I don't havo much hopes for its success. street nt Chestnut when lie stopped to , Everybody is going to tho A. 0. U. W. much of tlio bag himself. but I now think Hint It is tho very best I look upon Harrison's chances now as let a freight train pass, going South. It ' picnic on tho 4th. Sulet's have lots of In a fight out at Victoria last Saturday ticket wo could have put out. If Cleve- behig better than tlioy were in 1888. umbrellas and fans fortho great evening Nenl DurkcutJohn-Mutle- r is a doublo track on this street, and at ' parasols, witli land nnd Stevenson can't win, there is Granviilo Wilson, (Dom.) I believe tho same time n passenger train was , tsvent. a knjfp and tlio wounds will probably ; Hon David It. Murray haslieen invit- - prove fatal. Particulars ol tlio light nothing in tho deck for ns. I nm per- Hie party made a mistake in putting coining, bound North. Tho freight hid sonally acquainted with Adlai E. Steven- Stevenson on Hie ticket, as.it did-I.,,... ..I. I.. A TT W I..1I....- - on A 1888 ihxi passenger from Jiis view, nnd' tho i v. kj i tin in (Vll HJ uuivt ..... 'i. TT.. ...... f ......1 ..., could not ho learned, but reports say son and I introduced him to nn audience when they took Tliurmnn, of All.. Ohio. nqiso of the' freight prevented id in from j'.vnusviMU no uas accupiou anu that tho parties were all drunk. Stutler onco nt Lano Stntion, DoWitt county Hnrrison favors tlio Forco Bill however,! hearing tlio passenger. Immediately wiir bo there. was cut five or six times, in tlio left side, III., w hen ho as making a raco for Con- and that alone ought to defeat him. J after tho last car of tho freight passed, Mrs. Laura Terry and Miss Alaudo arm and neck. Dr. Watkins dressed tho Wo might havo searched the Mnthias Miller, (Dem.) I think ft is n Mr. Dennis stepped in behind it and Bice, of Greenville, Ky., mint nnd nice? wounds, nnd tho wounded man was rest- gress. I w holo West over, and wo could not have good ticket. & onto tlio other track just in timo to bo of Mrs. J. A. Barry, nre fioro visiting ing well when last heard from, though Judgo Mercer, (Dem.) I nm decidedly struck by tho locomotlvo of tho passen- found a bettor man for second plnco. their relatives. ho Is in a critical condition. Burk is a Dr. It. L. Nowsom, (Dem.) Cleveland partial to Hie ticket. I don't think it geV-- Ho was knocked about 15 feet nnd C. M. McGlothlan, of Union Star, was saw mill man, nnd Stutler worked in the What's the Matter "With It ? was in fact my porsonnl choico, though I coulU havo been bettered. fell on tho track. Tho wheels of the a posscngor on tho east bound train Motr-- : mines. If jou think there's anything the mutter with W. W. Vessels, (Dem.) I think it is heavy locomotive passed over him doubted his availability until a fow days o Ho bad been, to Hawes-- 4 iiy evening. your watch, let ua UVe i look at it. Don't let before tho conventlou, when there seem- ns good as could havo been made. TamSomo scamp, cither purposely or ille on a business trip. it could bo stopped. Ho was not It go on ticking Itself to iojtructlan. A few I shot engineer It. N. Hudson's ed to bo such enthusiasm for him, Unit I many made it nnd this gives usKcw killed, but tho surgeons found it necessaComo Trof. 0. E. Connor, of Tcrro Haute, is particles of duit will In a week do more dambegan to think that ho was the liest man York. ry to amputate the left leg at the kneo, age than the ordinary wesr and tear of a whole lot of f isiting his father, Mr. J. T. Conner, flno dog while in his own yard somo J. D. Beolcr, (Dem.) It is n good thb right above tlio anklo, and the loft year of keeping time, Any watch Is Hell his city. Mr. Conner is principal of ono timo ago, and one of his foro legs is still and I nm still ot tho opinion that ho will Tho dog is a very valuablo win. I had my doubts about his carry ticket. paralyzed. Jof tho schools of that city. nr(rt obovo tho wrist. Tho unfortunato worth care taking of j the more your watch is I seo expressions DeJernett, (Dem.) a ' J Win. Itamsoy has returned from tho, ono and cost is considerable amount of ing New York, butnnd influential men J is Shoriff ono nnd will win. Tlio tick, t man was also frightfully cut about the o th the better worth taking care of It It. Of nfcood well known all up and from so ninny good . face and tlio back of tlio head. . that kind i f thing, we make atpeelalty, and, If Chicago Convention. He says it was no money. Ho Major Horaco. Scott, (Rep.) If tho .down'tliQ.road, as ho w.as a frequent pas- in that state, who opposed his nominaThe Rov. Mr. Dennis had .chargo of our o arges aie not modfrnle, there lin'( any Convention ntnll, but n grand and gloi senger on the trains. He knew every tion, but arc now declaring fliat they in-- Republican party can't down thnt ticket, tho Elm Street Methodist church in mohwird as moderation Uthe dlotlonary una"ous ratification meeting. M Cloverport for two years, 1877 and 1888 bridged or otherwise. Have you seen our nice big "Blowout" indeed will tho A. railroader on the lino and was a general tend to do all they can for tho ticket, tlioy had better throw up tho spongo. Dr. Sutton, (Dom.) I preferred Stevo-po- n and was much loved by bis congregation. itock of watches, watch chains, spectsclcs favorite among tho boys. He is proba- thnt my doubts havo been dispersed. J Uii W. 4th of July picnic bo to Gray, nnd bellevo now Hint wo His many friends and admirers hero musical inerchtndliS, In fact a nbe stock of My choico forYico was Gray, but I am rJVill want to prepare for it remem- bly ruined. goods. Wonld be pleased lo hare you oil! i r ought to win. thoroughly satisfied with Stevenson. wore greatly allocked when they heard fiulzer's in your niako up. ber Tho latest hog and dog casualty withRespectfully, Burl. Beard, (Rep.) I don't know the said nows of his frightful disaster, write Frank Fraize, (Dem.) I bellevo Hint Miss Etta Hale, who lias been in tho in the eity limits occurcd last Saturday Cleveland is the best man that wo could much about it, but seems to mo wo ought nnd many has bcon tho prayer sent up F. N. D'6UY, Jeweler, employ of Mrs, H. V, Duncan, tho mil. morning. jVn old d sow, have nominated. I am especially glad to down you again. byho Christians of Cloverport for hfa JJLOVEUPOIIT, KY. I liner, for some time, will return to her V t w ith a largo pack of dogs in full cliaw), Branch House J W. Quthrle, Hardinsburg. John Slaton, Jailer," (Alliance.) I recovery. of his nomination on account of tlio lesljomo in Louisville Tho latest nows from his bedside inwas coming down High Street. Tiio son that wo taught Tammany. I am tir- think Flower, of Now York, and Gray, forms us that ho has recovered from tho v Ed, IMedcl left Friday for Lake Geneva, was an Interesting ono, and tho As their domination tth., to attend tho Convention of tho chase were all "opening" beautifully, ed ofStevenson, I knownnd dictation,little of Indiana,thowould havo been tho .beet shock, andto is now considered by bis ook's Gottori Root dogs bo out of danger. Ho is physicians Democrata. ticket for but very for Y. M. 0. A. as n delegate from the doing as nicely aa could be expected unwhen the sow in turning tlio corner nt about him, butsupposo ho is n good man. Prof. Shacklett, (Dem.) I liko the der tho'circumstances Collego of Tcrro Haute, Ind. and will get well, tho Cloverport Hotel collided with a tall Think tho ticket will win. COMPOUND. platform better than I do tlio ticket. should nothing deleterious come up in Mrs. J. P. Hawley, chaperono of tho spindle-legge- d Cincinnati drummer. A recent discovery by an old Hoti. B. F, Beard, (Dem.) Mr. Beard tho future. Amlel Oelzo, (Bop.) I said before tho ;? Hawcsvillo Baptist Sunday school excur pliyslcltn, Suiceasfullyuscd For a hioinout tho drummer and a cou- convention that Cleveland' was tho best you have just returned from tho Nationmonlly by thousands of Ladles. Is the only perfectly sion, anu uauguuT, aiiss wssic, were ple of grips hung suspended in mid air, man that tho Democrats could put up, al Convention at Chicago, what U safe and reliable, mcdiclno tests of Mrs. J. M. Bell Saturday. but tho attraction of gravatation soon arid I think so yet. Stevenson is prob- tho d Ire of umirliitinleil (lrunirlt.t4 for tho Democracy ? I who offer Inferior medicines In place of this. Ask Mr. Charles Murray, a Mississippi tlio forco by which they had ably a very good man. I know lie is a think Hint with the Clovclaud sentiment overcome Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa. for Cook's Cotton Itoot Compound, take no subivcr fiteambofltnian arrived in the city been sent upward, and tlioy started fly- good Greenbacker for ho was stitute, or Inclose fi and 6 cents In postage in elected to that Bcctns to pervado tho whole country letter, and we will send, scaled, by return mall, ilonday night to spend n few dais ing tow arils tho center of tho earth. Tho Kull scaled particulars In plain envclope.to Congress on that ticket. I think it will that wo certainly will not havo nny ladies only, a stamps. among the friends of his old home. surface stopped them vary suddenly, but bo a nico clean canynes, though I be- troublo to elect our ticket. I thougl t When lUbjr u lck, w fTo hr CwterU. Addreas rni.it Lilly Company, ' No. J Fisher Block, Detroit, Wlch. away, it was dis- lieve Hnrrison will bo elected. Wbea die wu Child, tho cried fer CwtorU, when tho dust cleared we made a mistako in nominating Mr. I.AOIRH KJlogn tonte, orelilUlrai who want build-- ' covered that neither drtunmor, hog, grip K.N. Miller, (Chairman Bep. County Stevenson instead of Gray for second When the became MI, the dung to Cutoria, bur up. houtl take fAI.K.nnr 3 year old Short Horn bull . HUtOWA'M or dog were hurt, and tiie exciting Committee.) Cloveland is Hie strongrf t plnco on tlio ticket, for tlio reason that When the tunl Children, the gare tb&n CMorta. IKON MIITKHB. thoroughbred crosses and weighs about Thnn., I'. Iliirdiwuv. MtMKtU: eutm Malaria, mHutlUm, IUO pounds. ciiftw (NWrtinHed oHt First tre t. man Hint the could bnvA put his stnto is decidedly Repulillecn, an I, Mid ) ufalfl4. IliknAi. thrH ' j rJ.ii Clayton, Ffr. . AyerVi Cliiirry Pectoral invnrlnbly re licvesf and, if taken irt tlmfr, often cures Sold by nil druggists. consumption. i I u t WEK-w- l V , it v M '8 it r & , ant Tailors r KIRST, I " 7 I TO BRIDGE OVER THE SUMMER MfeiGiAN Surgeon i A SUMMER OUTFIT, Pf JARUETT, SULZER'S OFFER office-seeke- ico-wat- or Can-uolto- n, 5F. Lightfoot, M. and Breckenridge JuliusWinter & Co., Dress Goods, vA- - Jr$m V "-- '" 'Old JRoliablo" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. Summer Fabrics '4 AND Si .Seasonable Weal "hi very .low tr t rrices. ixi .1 .w re l rf Our Mid - Summer Stock' (? l5l Offers many inducements to purchasers.1! 1 r3 (level-opemen- ts f The goods in quality and desirabiliwire; at the top, while prices haveTOtfch$! JjUsbbV. the bottom figures for this Goods. . Beason'ii nine-tenth- EAWNS, MULLS, PILES fssksasssssiss & ; BEDFORDS, -- T one-thir- d jJ0& T J? -- LACE CURTAIL -A Y- Ms, CURTAIN P i Vice-Preside- ., J r?T;vW ' 1 f LACE MITTS, MOSQUITO BARS, " nd B. F. Beard & i nii.-i:i;i- .- SPEIN- Gis hore. So is our stock of be-fo- NE n-otion- GO Wo have, th accl-dentl- y, and examino our goods for yourself. Ginghams, Ladies' Dress Goods, am I e in tlio city. Wo offer you bargsUnMalbtiU. f razor-backe- QUALITY AND -- f. Our motto 1b "Quick Salee and Small FrdMt." JT Poli-tecn- ic M? i WITT & MEAD '"HARDINSBURG. KYA -- out-loo- A. It-f- a Jnn tJki fJoL PrmTii In the Done at 5 n- - rr. -