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Ultiptrei OoDflJotoD. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1892. THEFAOEOFACEOOK WHY IT IS THAT A THIEF ERALLY DETECTED. 13 GEN- t AdTortlilng Ii JTot a BUtJ It should have the prtceilcrwo iiucstlunii In the mind of the rncr slmsjit success, Tlie truly greaTl owe their success to judlclonsadV ql: xvi. ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. NT Tixo - "BUSINESS" IS NOT DV ANY MEAN8 THE CHIEF AIM IN LIFE. management of . it first oir- business, we aim the HIGHEST And second at the LOWEST K3 pVl J ! these directions have reached a point that cannot be surpassed by our competitors. If you have not seen our latest price list send for it. We have afc abundant supply of the best quality of wheat and can fill ORDERS Special promptly. attention given to EXCHANGE UBHVU1D j. We believe our in In kw vi iJJ. -i n w Every day in the week. Respectfully, IRVINGTBN MILLING COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KY, E3 m - MORE RAW. MORE REST FOR THE bb a.ajiu If you want to mnko your t!mo valunblo wliilo dufnyed by rain, come iti to bco us nnd'tako in somo of tlio Tjrcat bargains wo arc ofToring. Ko man can make or will irmko any Better Prices Than wo aro making on goods. No man can buy cheaper than we do. Wo buy for clean cash down on tlio nail and we'll nail tho bargains. There Are, Almost Invariably, Somo Mark About Ills Countenntico or About Imitate Ills Appearand) That Inevltubljr Respect the Sulictltj of tho Soul ami Illm to Offlwrn of the Law. lleware of Superlluouii'Frletids. "Policot Polico! Whore's tho police? Here are wrao extrticta dI William Somo thief s stolon my pdckotbookl" Winter's iiddrea before tho Staten Islund A tall, bearded and excited countryacademy: man ycllod out theso words in tho Qrand What will you do with your lives! Central depot ono mornlm; soino months We, who are ojdor, who have lived longago. Tho alarm crentSl tho usual exer and traveled further, nre usually citement which follows tho announceready enough with onr counsel; bpt it is ment of a robbery in a crowd. Somo of your ideal that must lead you now, and tho stream of arriving and departing not tho dvice of others. Honor and travelers stopped in thoir places to hastruth we take for granted. "I wonld bo tily ascertain whothor or not their own virtuous," said an old philosopher, wallots wero safo. Others crowded "though no ono were to know it, jnst as around tho countryman in eager curiosI would be clean, though no ono wero to ity to hoar what ho had to say. Soma seo me." of tho chronically cautious hurried their The book of commonplace precept steps a triflo from tho sccno of troublo need not bo opened here. Yet there is and looked back somowliat fearfully at ono word of couAsel which now more tho big policoman who was elbowing than ever in this Pagan ago of denial Ids way vigorously toward tho conter of and democracy ought to bo Bpoken to tho crowd. the youth of America. Bo yourselves, Any ono of tho score of pooplo who did and never abandon your noble aspira- not stop might bo tho thief. Tlio robtions! bery had just "como off," for tho counYou cannot II vo in absolute independtryman bnd sot up hia outcry tho ence of tho world. You must have his wallet was jorkod by somo affiliations with other persons. But it is mystorious forco from his fingers. Now, not imperative that those affiliations fn all this confusion of hurrying people, thould bo numerous, and you have it hew was suspicion to bo pointed toward within your power to mako them select. any particular man? Ono would say Yon are under no obligation to iuiIUte-Dther- a "impossible." But ono would bo wrong. or to do as others do. A plainly dressed man, with sharp, You ought never to permit your black oyee, who had boon standing in minds to be inundated with the ignotho door of tho restaurant when tho cry rance, the crudity and tho vapid chatter of robbory went up, stopped quietly out of commonplace persons. Do not too of tho doorway and turncd.hia keen oyes much revorenco the past. Old burdens in a serios of quick glancos to right and that have rolled from the shoulders of loft. Ho did not onco look at tho counweary and dying ttion and womcu'should tryman or tho little crowd around him, toot be taken up again by you. but-iten seconds ho liad scanned with It is your life that you must live; it is lightning rapidity tho faco of every pernot theirs; and now that they rest from son who was walking away. A sudden their labors, let their works follow thorn. look, aa though of recognition, and ho Neither must you suppose yourselves enwalked quickly, unhesitatingly toward a joined to assumo the bunions that other rather well dressed man who was carry persons have.created in the present day. ing a small valiso up tixo stairway. Ho overtook him at tho top of the stairs and AVOID TOO MANY FRIENDS. Let those attend to grievances who tapped him on tho shouldor. "You aro my prisoner," ho said. have them, and do not allow your spirits Tho thhof wo3 found. to be dejected, your hopes darkened and WHY IIK WAS RECOGNIZED. your lives encumbered with the vices, How did tho dotectivo know him? That tho errors, tho follies and tho weakness of failures and of fools. It isLno doubt, la a comploX question to answer. Natpitiable and deplorable that failures and ural instinct of un order unclassod in fools. should exist and suffer; but they human psychology is what makes tho must not be permitted, merely because detective. A fox hound has it, and it thoy exist and suffer, to drag you also makes tho dog hunt foxes and find them nnd catch thetn where othor dogs would into failure and folly. Respect tho sanctity of your souls, and bowure of super- fail impotontly or through lack of effort If this instinct was lacking in tho man fluous contact with other lives. For it is only the temporary and the ho would bo no detective. Ho would expedient that is gregarious. In every not only lack ability iu thiof catching, great moment of life in every timu of but would havo no disposition to go into insight or inspiration or crisis the hu- tho business. This instinct which tempts him into man being is alone. Tho object of eduhis distasteful and often porilious callcation, therefore, should bo the development and building of an original, noble, ing is dovelopod by experience and obadequate character not simply a prep- servation nnd constant study until it almost a supernumerary sense. aration for industrial pursuits, but an Ho knows a thief when ho sees him, if armament for everlasting life. it is for tho first timo. It sounds imTho occupations of this world, howimportant, are transitory. Tho soul possible, doesn't it? But it lias been ever of man is immortal. Other views, I am proved hundreds of times. Physiognomy has something to do with aware, aro commonly entertained. People who claim to be practical but aro it; a fund of knowledgo of tho tricks and devices of tho escaping robber, a quick only narrow are nover weary of declaring that education must be sensible and perception of tiny details which lead to not visionary. An effort to worry the suspicion, u suporsensitivencss to tho public mind on this subject is a part of hints of circumstanco, all go to mako up the errant activity of tho complacent tho professional instinct Of tho detective. man of business, all the world over, and But tho most powerful olement of all, orco, has been so. at periodic intervals, for and that which all servo but to is tho mysterious sort of animal magnetmany years. I remember its pernicious existence ism which tolls a dotectivo a genuine long ago the jealous sneer at what was dotoctivo that a thief's a thiof. Tlio man who was arrested in tho called "book learning," as opposed to what was called practical knowledge of Grand Central depot was afterward affairs; meaning thereby cotton, iron, proved to bo a professional pickpockot coal, tho Stock exchango and the Re- Ho mado a bold front whon tho dotectivo oskod him for a moment's conversation vised Statutes. and becamo highly indignant boforo tho 60MB SNEKU'AT EDUCATION. canso of his detention was told. This is Not long since in 1690, in tbo news- tlio mistako which nearly ovory potty York that epidemic of papers of New thiof makes. Tho countryman's wallet moan commonplace burst forthwith un- was found on him, and witnesses common riruonce, and various individhaving soon tho thief walk uals, in every case possessed of more out of tho crowd and pick up his valise wealth than sense, apprised us tluit just boforo tho cry of robbory was raised. scholastic training is superfluous, beThoy would novor havo remembered tho cause it aims to furnish an equipment circumstanco if tho defective had not wholly in excess of what is requisite for stopped tho thiof aa ho was escaping. the You til In Uniter No Obllgntlnn to Other or. to I b Other Do. Ho-tr- mo-ino- nt es ro-O- business. My dear old frioud, William Warren, the comedian, used to tell, in his inimitable way, a story about a pompous NO MAN CAN UNDER-BU- Y US. NO MAN CAN UNDERSELL US. Wo claim to have tho si Hoods, Biggogt Stock, Lowest Faces. And just boar in mind that wo don't intend to liavo any dtand-of- r )or draw .in this fight. Wo take no man's dnst, but hero's r blow, BEST or BUST, iGeo; Yeakel V tradesman of ' the conventional kind, who once was addressing the pupils nt a Sunday school-- - "I knew-- little boy,' ho said, "who always obeyed his mother, always washed his face fn tho morning, always came early to .Sunday school, never stole nn applo. And whore do you think that good boy is nowr To this inquiry a small v6ico piped out an answer, "In heaven, elr." "No, Bir," cried tho disgusted 'pnitor. "not in heaven! Ho's in a storel" That is tho mental drift of those enemies of the higher education. To their minds the chief end of man is to get himself employed in a store. Thqy aro what Joseph Jefferson calls "the selfish made men of our time." Certainly tho fact is significant that tho sensitive feeling is all on one side. Educated men aro not worried. If education has not always given them wealth, it has given them blessings that no prodigality of wealth, can buy, and by this token they know that thtf province of education is not to train young people for'buB,taess, but to embark them upon life of which business Is only an incident The best wisdom of tho wisest of mankind has always taught that ' &- Co., DDAMnCMRIIDn ...-- .. pain in tho sldo or back and snob on, tho faco indicate kiduoy and liver disorder, Mr. Geo-- P. Eckes, Lorentz, Vft Tho I. W. Harpor whiskey should bo Va., says i "I had kidney troublo for H on eyry sideboanl. over two years. 'Ilnvo tried different Tho I. W. Ilarpor wliiskoy should b( kinds of kidney medicine, but got no rein evwy Medicino chest. lief. I was notablo to rldo horseback, TMiq I. W. Harbor whlskoy Bhould be and scarcely able to attend to my busiin ftverv club. (The I, W. Harper whiskey should be ness. I commenced using Lightning on every bar. And nil of tbjs bocauso it is tho prince Kidney and Livor Remedy, and before I Tho Ideal Kentucky had used ono bottle I began to improve of t.Tvbiskit s; article; Sold by ' I kayo taken four or five bottles and am ; F. M.POPHAM, , . goyuuPQRT, kv. most cured." For salo by all dealers. A ... i.Uw..v, tfv Make your business tributary to your mind, and not your mind subservient to your business. New York Tribune. lesson. in responso to a question. "Well, there's a whole lot of things that holp a man to pick out a thiof, but it's hard to just say in words what thoy aro. Any fly copper will tell you that ihero is something characteristic about tho appcaranco of ovory thiof. Arid it's only good sonso to bolievo it "If a man spends his whole timo studying thioves' faces, haunts and habits, ho's' bound to got tho thing down pretty fine' if he lias anything of a head on him. I don't say that you can pick a top notchor j a 'con man or a bunko sharp out of a crowd, becauso ho's a mighty smart man, and his whblo business is to people by his appcaranco and man-no- r; but you take a pickpockot or 'sneak,' and you can get on to him in a crowd noarly every" timo, provided, of courso, that you'vo got ovory reason to bolievo that thcro ia such a man in tho crowd and you're looking for him. "There's something about tho eyes particularly that ovory common thief I ovor saw had. Thon thoy noarly all havo a dissipated look. That's bocauso thoy'ro nearly all dissipated. A thief will run chances of getting ten years to get monoy, and thon will go and spend it as if had a million. I novor know a common thiof that didn't have somo bad habit besides stealing. Half of 'om 'hit tho pipe' or take drugs in somo form; a great many are 'boozors,' and most of them aro tho victims of sdmo worse depravity, "Cincinnati Enquirer. quarters de-cci-vo IldwA THIEF" IS TICKED OUT. "Howdo I pick out a thiof?" said ono of tho cleverest detectives nt polico head- Wit nnd Humor, Man (looking up from paper) John, what docs " stand for? John (poring ovor his lesson in Louisiana, sir. Map Woll, this "Louisiana grip" seems to bo an epidomic Harport Bazar, "1-agoog-raph- y) ' Eirly Riser?, Karlv RIppis. Karly Risers the famous little pills for constipation, sick headacho, dyrpepsia and For salo by Mhort & IlaynpR, Clovorport, and Beard A.Beolor, fl. g. ','. A tovei'n rtare I'roporty. TOE COMING MILLIONS. Young Toddloby was atruo hearted promising youth. Ho had graduated Jhn Oroker lived far in tho wood, a solltarr ind I'Uoe, vith honor at Yale, and was studying Where tbo bmbes grow, llko whisker, on bU luv with Mr. Loftor. It so happened nnmiored fucc; that Toddloby bocamo acquainted with And tbo black bear was bis brother, and the Catamount his chum. a beautiful young lady, daughter of old he llred Digby, Ho loved tho fair maiden, nnd' And Jim to come. and waited tor tlie millions rot boliovo that "his when ho had reason to lovo was returned ho asked Mr. Loftor Jim Croker made a clearing and bo sowed It down to wheat. to recommend him to tho father, Loftor And be filled hit lawn with cabbage and bo being on terms of closo intimacy with planted It with beetf tlio family. Tho lawyor ngrecd, and And It blossomed with potatoee,and with poach and pear and plum. performed his mission; but old Digby, And Jim bo lived and watted for tho million who loved monoy, asked what property 7t to coma. tho young man had. Loftor said he did Then Jim be took bli ancient axe nnd cleared not know, but ho would inquire. Tho a forest street. next timo ho saw his young student ho While be lived en bear and succotash and oskod him if ho hod any proporty at all. H young oppoasum meat, "Only health, strength nnd a determi- Apd bis rhythmic axe strokes sounded and the l woods no mora wero dumb. nation to work,' replied tho youth. hlle be cloarod a crooked btghwar for the "Well," said tho lawyer, who sinceremillions vet to come. ly belloved tho studont was in overy way rien tbcjr cam like aimless etraCKlcrs, tber worthy, "lot us see, what will you take 6 came from for and near. for your right leg? I will give you $30,000 (A little loa house settlement crew round the ploneeri . ( for it" the sound of saw and broadaxe mode a Of courso Toddloby refused. glad Industrial hum. j 3 Tho noxt timo tho lawyer saw tho ua iuutinv Millions, tucjr ubti young'lady's father ho said: Tduiu. begun to come." "I havo inquired about this young Xtd little crookod railway wound round man's circumstances. He has ho monoy i i mountain, bill, and lake. In bank; but ho owns a piece of property Crawling toward the forest vlllago llko an nn- i1 rfHt.ltnai..V.. for which, to my certain knowledge, Ahd oqb morn the locomotive puffod Into the ho lias been offered, and has refused, 'J wilderness, Abd Jim said "Tho Coming Millions, thcr are fcJO.000." coming or oipreta." This led old Digby to 'consent to tlio marriage, which shortly afterward took And the village grew and prospered, but Jim ) , Croker's hair was grarcr; place. In tho end ho hod reason to bo proud of Ids though ho was tt4 ten ther got a city charter, and old Jim was ' ohiisen Mayor; ' onco heard to remark, touching that Bjt Jim declined the honor, and moved bis raro piece of proporty, upon tho strength , '.$i household goods of which ho had consented to tho match: Fr nnny hrto the tore ret, to tbo old primeval woods. "If it could not tako wings it was liaand far Into the forost moved tbogrlu'ed ble at any timo to walk off I" Now York pioneer, Ledger. Xfcere he reared his hut and murmurod, " I l .will build a city here," S Ono Hotter. And be bears the woodfux barking, and be Pooplo in tho waiting room of tho Db hears the partridge drum. troit, Qrand Havon and Milwaukee And the old man slU and listens for tbo million yet to come. depot wore more or loss interested the -- ta W. Fosa. In Yankeo Diode. othor afternoon in tho conduct of a mid-dl- o aged couple who wero evidently vory TUB FUNNY MAN. much in lovo. As thoy sat together on Itrai Are nm. Some Are Made, and a Beat tho man had his arm around her j Some Oaght to Die. waist and alio leaned confidingly on his j However, thoso who have seen much shouldor. Tho dopot policoman might havo looked nt them rather sharply as if the insido life of coraio journals and ho passed through tho room, .for soon Other journals with comic departments thereafter tho man camo outsido nnd know that this kind of work, liko pretty (Jtucli evory oilier kind, may bo made queried: 'almost completely mochnnlcal There is "Do you remember mo?" way to mako "Can't say that I do," replied tho offi- aJreRulfttlon regulation joke.a jnko that lotto say,' a' Of courso, cer after a careful scrutiny. "I was in hero last summer on an ex- genuine humor and positiro wit trans-eend all rules, and the groat jester is cursion." oorn, not raaup. nut (or au tnat, mere "Ycs." a girl with mo girl with long hftve bocn professional funny mon who "Had hadn't a grain of wit in their composcurls nnd a white dross." ition For instance, It is well known that "Yes." "Sho was a widow's daughter ami had the proprietor of a certain great Now York dally nowspaporhosa liallt of mixforty acres of land in hor own noma" ing' his odlton all up periodically, to soo." "I thorn from sliding into ruts, and I could do at tbo prevent "That was tho best timo, but that's tho widow and mother to plvo each department tho boneflt of inside, and sho owns tho rest of tho farm fresh Idoas (and fresh Ignorance) from and all tho stock. I'vo gono ono better, timo to time ho changes tils men all and do you blaino mo fur kinder squeez- about, transferring tho sporting editor ing around, oven if folks do laugh at us?" to tlio financial department setting tli6 reporter at work writing po Tho officer assured him it was all right livestock and according to Hoylo, nnd ho returned litical editorials, and so on. Now It chanced that In ono of tho mix-uto business much relieved and encourtlio funny column fell to tho lot of a. aged. Dotroit Free Press. reporter who did not know a joko from a logarithm who had no moro sonso of Coverings for Ucd Spring. humor than a haystack. He was acMany of tho best spring bods now to customed to. obey, howover, and ho bo hud aro covered over with stout can- went to work making jokos. Ills first vas, thus kcoping tho springs and tho attempts wero something wondorful to under part of tho bod froo from dust, read. People with palo faces stopped and saving tho labor that results from ono anothor on the street, pointed out its accumulation. Such springs cost ten with trembling fingers thoso jokes, and or twelve dollars, but whon thoy aro naked if they really 'read as thoy had not to be had a good plan, if tho ar- read them; and when they wero rangement of tho springs permit, is to BDsWerjd tliat they did, thoydraw deep mako a Btrong covoring for thorn your- breaths of relief and passad on. Friends self. Tlio wido dnrablo prints used by of tho proprietor of the paper bogged first covoring hlm'to mako a change, and, deolared to furniture dcalors for-thof upholstered furniture is a vory good him that there wero somo things that material 'for such coverings, though tlio paper could not stand. But ho cheaper calicoes will do, Tho covers to his program and kopt tho should bo stitched up at both, ends ;and man at work, nnd in tho courso 'of timo on ono sldo; and after tho Bprings aro the new funny man mado jokos that slipped insido, tho other sldo may bo wero copied in othor papers for jokes, sown up. and becamo an admired' mombor of tm g Much oxponso is also saved, iud National Parographers' Association. is kept in much daintier condition if covers of unbleached muslin are kept "April showers mako May flowors.' ovor tho mattress and p'illow ticks. The and wet feet make bad colds, but Lightcovers may bo washed two or throo times a year, and tho undorcoses bo kept clean ning Cough Drops will euro any cough, hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, and fresh for years. Now York Poet Zonla, W. Va., says : "Lightning Cough Accidents on Road and Hull. Drops is something wonderful. I do not M. Clorault, locomotivo Bnterintendent think thcro is any medicino in tho world of tho management of tho Western of that will givo bettor satisfaction. Will Franco railway, gives somo interesting do nil claimed for it." All dealers soil statistics of tho accidonts which happeu with road vehicles, and which occur on it railways. According to his figures the Caterpillar Salad, road vehiclo accidonts can bo summed A vote ran who had been through half up as follows: Ono passenger killed out a dozen campulgns, and was very parof ovory 355,000; ono passenger woundod ticular about what he ato, was invited out of every' 550.000. out to a grand dinnor party, no sat At tho samo timo tho statistics of the almost directly opposite tho hostess, and French railways show that ono pusson-go- r was painfully conscious that every mo vo is, killed out of 20,720,000, aud'ono ho mado could bo observed by hor. Sudpassenger wounded out of 1,000,000. denly, at the height of tlm festivities, Thus in France at tho present tiiuo tho 'the veteran camp ncrov a caterpillar in Of ordinary traveler may make his salad. A furtive gfewoo at the longth with only a hostess disclosed tho fact that she, too, chnnco of being killed and had discovered tlio embarrassing circumchance of being wounded. stance. It was a critical moment but London Tit-B- it tho old soldier was equal to tho occasion. Without changing a musclo, he gathered For a weak and tired feollng, loss of up tho caterpillar with a forkful of nppctito and general debility, Lightning salad and swallowed both. Tlio look of Blood Elixiris'tho best tonic. It is en- gratitudo which ho received from his hostess a fow 'minutes later wannod his tirely vegetable, contains no mercury or heart In duo time tho story leakod other, mineral poisons. Mrs. N. E. Allen out td when somebody asked the old Whito Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning campaigner how lie liked catorplllur Blood.Elixir Is certainly tho true olixir salad the reply camo llko a rod hot shot: of life. I havo used it has cured "D070U take mo for a man who would mo of many years' suffering. I can ro' spoila dinner party for a little thing Mir. .,tort.iUa" muu. w 1. commend Lightning Blood Elixir as a lady's friend The talent with poor material Little Johnny on Married Folks. may givo a fair dinnor, but If tlio maMamma and pnpa gets mad every oncf terial is toor the dlnuer will evidence It in u while nnd has n great timo about 'For 40 years I havo always marketed myolf and secured, the .respect .of my nothin'. You'd think they'd eat each butcher, letting .that I knew othor up. But when mamma goes of) as muoh if Hot more than he dldl visitln papa acts liko a cry baby, and WanlMpAlllsterf ' when papa goes off on business mamma Sinco sunflowers havo ben,oxtens(vely is a cry hady 'till ho gets back safo. iar Othdr boys say thoir papas and inn'mmr a GUlllTUUJu urur buiuu dvyuihjdvbruy 'that v In from "Washington malarial fo is tho samo way. I guess its malaria, Vicinity1 lias greatly decreased. BJmflav.'i observed It is a truth in medicino that the resUlta'have been the Sheldt, itr HoUaAd,? J at, tin mouth of smallest doso that performs the euro is, nlara. the best Do Witt's Littlo Early Risors The best and surest dye to color the aro tho smallest pills, will perform the euro and aro tho best For salo by Slort beard, brown or black, as may bo desir& Haynes, Clovorport, and Beard & Bcol-ced, is Buckingham's Dyo for tho wkhvi keiH. iC novor falls. , , Ilurdinsburg. V I I WEST I CMI0 and SUff Blind WIlBilini., 1 n 1 1 1 o Hi Of course you can buy a calico a dollar s worth of brown sugar about i your own town as you can in Louis whon it comes to clothing, it's ent Particularly right now, when', T"" linirniWii.riT,; ri ? I 1 TWINE I I 1 1 T. I Louisville's &mzi Greatest I jl lOi CENTS. T 'I1 I K In' Temporary Quarters at 32'Wtfiy furnishing such a picnic to the I of tlio country. Not being nblo than half tho stock taken from their oldi ing, tho other half b packed awayyutij M first half can bo sold. Ho t & son-in-la- II & kS HUSTL1 P Is,thoordorof tho day. Of course Jtuef oneway. Knife the prices. Itua'beVa Como and seo or send a mail order'w't cash. What you don't liko you; and get- your money back. BetljJrl way. It beats trading at homo by! say fifty per cont fr '' I Champion $ iVCl 1 1 x J p II w 8BfflraBTOffiffiSgBffigXBffl II MACHINES. 5&?v-5tO- & M tV m m and e m m m X ARTERS! & BR Supplies Fon HARRY BUENTHER 401-4- 07 East Main St., 0"TB35TSBOI30, STS" WooD g533g5SS AND rEHsroinsrEiS: From I to 600 horsepower. DO (GENERAL pi feSB5l EMPIRE Ml Cirst-ysr w-cj- FOUNDRY AND MACHINE d Bl v zrsssr cj-cj-n- MACHINES. Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Sbinglo Machines. Keep in Stock New and Second-hanMachinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Brilfing, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oilsp And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplino. and all business guaranteed u bo MiiiHluctWy uorresponaenco solicited. SSl &&0'3S Payne AND GIVE TJS .A. MICHAEL HAMMAN, O-AlXiIj. Tho Kegular and Reliable .'r, m bod-din- Co., OLOVERPORT, KY. FURNITURE is always on nana mux a mil j. DEAL 11 stocK, including . SEWING PICTURE FRAMES, MACH TRIMMR;, S&543ilS&& -- MI Coffins, Burial Gasket Si Bfl" Jw m 1 1 JfftSf&Ei Always call on him and aacer prices boforo purchasing olsowhere. ' means just what ho says. He bo undersold. M. 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Tor Circuit Court Clerk. o the action of the Democratic party. dtT A. Montgomery, ot Harilln . county, as a a. a imm. iot.ongn.-silor lt.1. tS. Vnnrth. DLtrlrt nf Ken. fcSV to tne action oi mc ucmocrauc 1 t .4 noma a ilia lTnn '. lit. i to prized to announce V. K. lihoues, PTTifTlplit. am candidate for SheriiT. the action of the Democratic party. . rfiKSrdlntburg; W. ft Scott Cart, of UHIlN.i. u .' .l UI i.t..i.1 i.,iiuiu..,v I 4icatHt Vt ciitnnciu, -Judge in thii, the office of Circuit --- )fT24Vyii fed In announce . embracing T. It. MC .w- Etion to injudicial District, rrBlUgC the counties tlio - lUVaUC, IIKIUWI HUU UI.JIUUi btua havo a real lie barbecue, what is a barbecuo. KiVerport la at last getting a move Ibnr.? Just what tho News lina been fgSor for tho last fifteen years. fohlbitlon Convention at Cincln- Snatod Gen. John Uidwell, of ruin, for President and Ur. uran- 6f Toxasfor t. LnVERTisEns find better .esults rnch tho columns of tho News tlian Bnv other Bourco. Tho increasing ltd up6n ua for spaco shows thia to tho Republican papers tako great to keep tho public well informed Pfcnl to thq progress of tho People's-- ' in tho South, but when it comes IiriBtts or Nebraska, thoy are as si ns tho tomb. , R. Wbaveb. of Iowa, and fTof Virginia, wore nominated Partv Convention at yesterday morning, for President This is tho fourth frobably tho last ticket that will ap-f.T. f K. Barnes, of Ilardinsburg. 'wtrman of tho Democratic , Iho Sixth Judicial District, 11113 IVUIIUCO Ul illlMtir TTnriHn nnd fSr.1VROn. will call a meeting of tho Cora- - Mr. David Knykendall waa brought hero last Monday and lodged In jail on nwarreiit for bigamy sworn out by Mr. Marion Powell. Knykendall married L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Mrs. Ellcngard, the daughter of Mr. 0011(0 WICBT. Passenger Dally arr. IIardlnaburg12:42 p.m. Powell, at Giendcano, about bIx weeks OOINO KAST. ago, and It soon leaked out that ho had Passenger Dally arr. liaYdlnibarg.. 750 a.m a wifo living in Ohio county at tho time. When Mr. Powell learned of tho fact ho Ijiko iro at Hardin & Brown's. camo up and had Knykendall arrested. Mr.E. II. Smith was in tho city MonBURAS. day. Tho best bargains in groceries at HarMusic is tho main attraction at Burns din & Brown's. now. I havo a good milch cow lor anlo. GodMiss Ella Piles, near hero, has been ill frey IIoswcM. ' for soino days. Miss Mary Allen, Louisville, was visitMr. It. L. McGuflln paid a visit to his ing hem last week. parents Thursday. Mrs. W. J. Piggott, of Irvlngton, is visTho talented young doctor of this placo iting hero this week. has a very good practice. Mrs. Melvillo Eskridge, of Owensboro, If you want cheap goods call on M. ia visiting in tho city. Moyer A Co., of this place. Hardin & Brown's is headquarters for Mr. M. Moyer and wifo visited relaall kinds of vegetables. tives at Harned Saturday. Hon. J. Proctor Knott didn't put in an Misses Clara an,d Flora Loob, of Vino appcaranco hero on tho 4th. Grovo, aro visiting relatives at this Mrs. James M. Lewis, of Clovcrport, placo. was visiting hero last Monday. Tho post offico of Buras has been quite Mr. W. K. Barnes has given his overflowing with letters for tho past dwelling house a now coat of paint. week. M!bs Lizzie Smith returned from tho Miss Pearl McGuflln, of Constantino, is visiting her brother, R. L. McGuflln, Long Lick neighborhood last Monday. Tho best assorted stock of candies and of this placo. cakes in tho city, at Hardin & Brown's Any person having any horses to trado Tiiero was a very largo crowd hero on nnd who want a good trado call on M. tho 4th and ovcry body was vcryordorly. Moyer.A Son. Mr. Leo Meyer, formerly of this placo, Mr. Wathen McGary and wifo, of Louisville, were hero last week visiting rel- but residing now in Ilardinsburg, visited his father lost wcok. atives and frionds. Miss Beatrice Moyer attended tho Miss Judith Bishop camo down from Louisvillo Monday and is visiting her show tho other night and camo home very much delighted with tho grand ness brother Leo Bishop. Tho looks of Mrs. Heston's dwelling of tho scenes. Tho picking of blackberries and dewon Main street, is very much improved berries is all tho rage at this placo now. under tho now repairs. Amon Kincheloo nnd Estcll Sutton But owing to a severe rain" Thursday tho came down from Louisvillo last Saturday sport was checked. Tho storm yesterday, (Thursday) and remained hero a day or two. It is reported that Senator Wortliam, awakened sad recollections in the hearts of tho peoplo hero as thoy remembered of Leitchfield, has an oyo to making tho race .for Commonwealth's attorney in tho cyclono of two yeara ago. Mr. Isaac Piles mado a flying visit to this district. of the oldest BuroS Thursday afternoon. His patent-leathMr. 'Hiram Bruce, ouo o shoes did not do very good men in tho county died at his homo near for such muddy streets. this placo last Saturday. Ho was in his Tho merchants of Buras have beon doninetieth year. good business in tho millinery Old man Hen. Iko Blair who was sent ing very lino tho past week. They havo sold to tho penitentiary about six months ago of elegant hats. for malicious cutting has been pardoned quite a number Many peoplo of this placo attended by Governor Brown. Tho race between tho circuit clerks Is tho picnic nt Harned and felt very much warming up. Skillman and Wilson were refreshed when they partook of tho grand refreshments tho picnic afforded. puttiing in all tho timo hero Monday Tho school of this placo conducted by tho Miss Carrie Meyer will closo the 8th of C. Patton, of tho Puttou VitMr. Geo. this month. The pupils of tho school rified Brick Works, and Superintendent Brick Works, have mado very fast progress with such Summers, of tho Acme an ablo teacher. Clovcrport, wero hero Monday. The people of this vicinity wero very Hon. D. II. Sovers and son, Roscoe, much shocked to hear tho sad news of camo down from 'Frankfort Monday. tho death of Mrs. Amanda Carmftn and Mr. Sovers says ho thinks tho Legislature deeply sympathiso with tho bereaved will adjourn about tho lost of this month. family. But cheer up dear frionds, for Capt. Geo. Mercer is n pretty activo well you know she has found a better Allianco man. Ho kept tho roads pretty home in Heaven. hot last year when Severs and Harned HAWESVILLE. mado their race, but his man didn't get HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, DEGRADING EASillON. By It The Heart Of Tho Tender Girl l Turned From Father, Mothor And God. The Charity Of Silence As Well As Words Spoken And Acts of Kindness. Some WELL DRESSED Ladies 1M1 AND psFty'i j k r i ASH Tlilnei Wlilcli Tho Clover port Woman Una Heard And Observed. ientlemen Will Find in .1 If there ia any enjoyment which can degrado a human being and harden a young heart, it is the atmospboro of a merely fashionablo life. You may tako tho tendcrest and most lovely girl, the ono that is kindest at homo and loves her father and mother best, and put her into tho highest circles of fashionablo Iifo,vWith plenty of money and plenty of Bcopo to do as bIio pleases; let her dress herself as Bho will; cover herself with jewels, costly silks and laces; let tho love of admiration become tho controlling passion, and by and by all tho tenderness of that young girl passes away, her thoughts concentrate upon herself what a flguro sho is cutting, who heijad-mirearc, what conquests sho can raako. So wo havo tho picture rof a woman now, who in tlio beginning wo could not havo dreamed of. rs f V J :h::e:et:d:e:r30ckps $2.00, 2.50 and $3.00 LADIES' FINE SHOES and $2.50, 3, 4 and $5.00 MEN'S FINE SHOES. Those requirements mostly desired : STYLISH APPEARANCE, COMFORT, JJ er ser-vic- s. Many aro slipping through hardly getting a glance at tho work .of God or man, unhappy in their comfort-abl- o homes, fretting about appearances ; and giving unremitting labor to gain praise, from thoso who really caro nothing for them ; anxious to embellish their homes for tho eyo of strangers, walls bright with costly pictures, select carpets and silver plate. Into theso lovely rooms tho sunshino can not come tapestry and elegant decorations must not be faded. You would think all would become dissatisfied, finding no pleasure in such a homo ; but not bo, this attitude must be indured to keep up nppearances. Docs it require cxpensivo furniture and costly tapostry to mako children happy at homo ? I fear there aro but fow true fathers and mothers, on account of tho artificial Uvea they livo. If thoy would lead In habits of simplicity, teach their children to follow in natural life, looking at a natural world in a natural way, binding their hearts to Jesus by tho silken cords of deep pious affection, then, gentle manners, cheerful conversation and loving words, will mako homo more attractive than all tho ornaments that money can givo. this-worllifo-givi- V KAK . ' V, raiDIBh K.A'B'H HK. . N. M They can be had of VEST S FOR CLOYiERPORT, VMWiWWWWWWV EI" AAAlAAAAAAAAAAAlVAAWAVSVAAAAAAVAAAAAAAVaAAI WVVVNAWVAAAAAAAAAWAAAV'"'',"il NEW AND FRESH Pure Groceries HOT WEATHER GOODS Joo Ball, Frank Shellman, Will Monday. Nat Hook and II. P. Hook, camo Clint G. Ford, a popular young actor, luommonweaiiu s twwraoy iu down from New Albany, Monday to is summoring in Hawcsville. This is by request of the 8peud tho Fourth among their friends Charles Williams and wife, of Henderhero. son, aro visiting friends hero. Editor Lcnnln figuers out tho PresiMayor Fern and family, of Tell City, of all tho foolish capors, that were dential situation as follows. Ho says tho passed through hero Sunday en routo for rany town, that closing up Republicans will get 105 electorial votes, Cinclnnatti. tho foolishest. wo woro tho Democrats 144 and tho Peoplo's P. M. Rigdon and wifo, formerly of and it was our duty to accom- - Party candidate 135. Patesville, now of Paducah, aro visiting Dr. J. 0. Bush, tho Dentist, will bo at relatives in tho country. lr guests in any manner possi ble tho News is positively op- - Beard's Hotel next Monday to remain Tho BiiECKKNRioas News is a decided! Po hanging a nigger for rapo with- - several days. Persons wishing anything favorite in Hancock. Its mechanical and s Palr trial, it would bo heartily in in tho dental lino will got work news departments aro considered pernobbing tho man that first sug- - by calling on Dr. Bush. fect. cwiUTl tho idea of closing all business Tho Normal School at thia placo taught On last Thursday lightning struck nnd toscs on this big day. If tho A. 0. U. 'a. pr any other AV'a, want to give a by Proffessors Shacklett and Hayes clos- killed two horses for Charles Rico, and ed last Saturday. It was a very success- two cows for Henry Rico, each living a Kg blowout horo in tho futuro and call Eion tho morchants of tho town to help ful term. Thoy had about fifty teachers fow miles south of hero. to enter tho examination for certificates. ' forltj they neod not expect doors to Tho Mutuals, of Louisville, and Cooks, Tho 4th was a big day for tho Catholic of Evansville, played a very interesting como nero to a BeTciosoa. i eopio win Scvoral hundred peoplo wero garao of base ball at Cannelton Sunday fhig picnic or barbocuo in proforenco to pic-niother places, simply from tho present and Rev. Father Piko was highly evening, resulting in tho scoro of 3 to 1 goinjgtp Ay Vlxkt thoy can do a littlo necessary pleased with results. Tho crowd was per- infavor of tho latter. at the samo timeV Many persons fectly orderly and no disturbance of any Iu order to have a committee appointappointed on tho Fourth, and kind occured. ed to receive a pension lately allowed fonlhavo to treat them extraordina-lyjwcl- l Judge T. R. McBeath, Leitchfield, waa him, William Phillips, was tried in tho in the futuro in order to redeem hero last Monday mixing around among city court hero Saturday and adjudged of UraclvcB. tho peoplo. Tho Judgo is a candidate for unsound mind. A Democratic primary election has to tho Circuit Judgo bench, Indications aro that tho man that beon called for Saturday evening July and tho How's This I beats him will havo to get up and hustle. 30th. Edwin Brashcar and W. L. Ster-re-tt AVe ofTor Ono Hundred Dollars roward aro candidates for Circuit Clork, Tom. Cannon was horo last Saturday H for any caso of catarrh that cannot bo while sheriff Geo. Baker has no opposiexplaining to tho boys how ho intended tion. Bd by taking iialrs Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, 0. to down Ken Rhodes in the race for Congressman Ellis has announced his Wo, tho undersigned, havo known F. sheriff. Mr. Cannon was nover in a raco candidacy for renomination boforo tho two J. Chenoy for tho last 16 years, and be- - before and ho may havo a thing or delcgato convention at Henderson Aug. lovo him perfectly honorablo in all busi to learn. If ho would get ovor on tho 0th. There is going to bo troublo in this ness transactions, and financially ablo to Democratic side, ho certainly would Congressional District in November with carry out any obligations mndo by their havo no trouble in winning. however, tho samo Democratic result. firm. U. S. Marshal Pato, arrested John Fln- Druggists, trcsshcro on tho pic-ni- c WWT"f& Truax, Wholesalo LONG BRANCH. grounds last Ado, O. Waldi.vo, Xinnak & Mar- - Monday, Fiutrcss has been peddling , wholesalo Druggists, Tolcdp, U. Wheat crop mostly In shock, Bomo whiskoy on tho sly in thia county for all's Catarrh Curo is taken ihternal- - sotno timo past it ia said, but has manag- fields good Bomo not bo good. lyi.ikctiag directly upon, tho blood and ed to elude officer Pate all tho timo up Mr. J. A. McGohco is building an adniuootts surfaces of tho system. Testi until Monday, when ho was taken in. dition to his homo, and othorwiso immonials Bent free. Prico 75c. per bottle. Ho will bo taken to Owensboro for trial. proving tho old ono. Sold byall Druggists. On Friday night tho lightning illumiTho Children's Day exorcises at tho M. nated tho heavens to tho shame of our E. Church South, last Sunday was quite natural gas, and tho roar of thunder was Irvingtou Blacksmith Shop. a Bticcess. There was a largo crowd pres- terrlblo, Tho rain fall waa greator than To tho farmers and othor persons liv- - ent and the collections amounted to over known boforo, ranging from head of $17. Rov. L. E. Campbell arranged Doo Run creek to this placo. Jn tho vicinity of Irvington, who I supposo ish any thing dono in tho black- - tho program and tho success of tho meet- it was a cloud burst, jg line, I wish to say that I havo ing was principally duo to liis efforts in Mr. Stuart Young's Ohio Piomingo tho shop at thia placo and am carrying It out. Tho children all acquitt- Salt Works aro near complotion, ho is prepared to do all kinds oi work at ed themselves well, and tho audience boiling brino from scvoral wells, and Irtry rewonablo figures. Peto Paul Is was highly entertained. Miss Ida May will Boon bo dishing out tho snow flakes. presided at tho organ. ! Mr. Young has displayed a wondorful ttf workman. Give mo a call. T. J. Adkisson. Vy Tho Allianco Party mot out atHa-zeldo- ll degreo of energy and judgmont for ono last Friday and Saturday. It was of his ago and oxperionco in tho erection d generally supposed tho mooting waa for of his plant. Ho has had much to tXlttle Johnny en Queer Things. with in tho way of rainy and bad tho purposo of making up a shorifTs tickis some queer tilings about this et, but no action was taken In that way. weather, etc. Enough to havo discourrkl I can t undent-ami- . If all good Boforo they adjourned thoy agreed to aged a person of less energy and enteri big and all bad boys was littlo, call a moss meeting at this placo on tho prise. Ho deserves success. 2 boyn would be as polite aa pio 23d of this month when thoy will put out red DYHi'Ki'HrA ii ui gop loin goi ncn anu a full ticket for Sheriff. It Is generally Uae llrown'a Iroa Hktvr. lkn jijot poor; tliere wouldn't bo I'll yilciani recommend It understood that Will Tom Cannon in tho All doalen keep It, Jl.00 per bottle. Gen'olae y,Y. Heild. In will hoad tho ticket. n Uadmatk mil croeacd tti llacf on wrapper. Mat-tingl- y, .j first-clas- Ftako steps for calling a primary to convention, for tho purpose candidates for Circuit fiatin there. R. E. Hawes returned from Casoyvillo WUhout experienco how can wq understand the sorrow of others? Wo must suffer before wo can sympathize ; and when wo havo suffered then our own experience teaches us to bo pitiful to others. We can handle best that BoVo of which wo have felt tho smart; and tho burden, which wo ourselves havo borno, we can help to adjust on tho shoulders of others with greatest knowledgo of where tho corners press. All tho hardness of youth comes from want of experience. If Borrow does nothing elso for us, it teaches us to bo tender to others, and shows ua how to alleviate by haying taught us how to bear. Sometimes, Indeed, wo know peoplo whoso Borrows have so nnrrowed and concentrated their sympathies in themselves as to mako them incapable of giving a passing thought of compassion for others; consequently they livo in perpetual gloom, hardoncd by their affections, having no sympathy to give anyone, whilo a wise acceptance of affliction would havo made them better and nobler. V Froclxxoe "VEST MULLS, LAWNS, . GINGHAMS, " , . JUST RECEIVED AT Of all kinds wanted at Bowmer & Hambleton: ALL KINDS AT FOR PANIC PKIOES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. ?vvvvvvwvvwvvvvvvrwvvvvivvvvvv CALL AND SEE OUR Thero'is a charity which consists in g words, in keoping back harsh judgment In abstaining from speech, if to apeak is to condemn. Unkind worda do as much harm as unkind deeds; many a heart has been wounded beyond curo by angry words. It is to tho heart, which is kind nnd gontlo that charity flics and hoods over it with 'the peacofulneaa of tho dove thero it makes its homo, and by tho word with-hol- d and tho kind, truo, word outspoken wo havo tho sign of truo nobility of soul, and that tho dove of peaco is in that heart. Words aro tho signs of thoughts, nnd, if tho thoughts bo sweet and good, tho worda will be kind and gentle, free from malice and uncharitableness ; but a heart which is filled with bitterness, onvy and jealousy will givo vent to it in words, for Usees nothing bright or beautiful no ono is lovely no ono is superior. It looks through a clouded vision all things aro black unlovely and of 111 repute. Words are a good test of temper and habit of thought and "To tho puro all things aro puro." So by one's own words wo proclaim what wo aro. Charity hears tho talo of slander, but repeats it not. It will not bo tho ono to holp the ball to roll, and it locks tho unpleasant secret up lq tho very depths of Its heart. While . tho world Is wagging Its evil tongue, charity sits dumb, or refrains from passing judgment on that of which it has no proof. Tho sllonco of charity I it can still tho evil rumor. It is speech that keeps it alivo and lends it wings. with-holdin- V . . ; .fitf t anli all . ' Mid-Summ- W Moneyj er NEW STOC Do you want to make mony ? Moorman s Jtseeler m business at Glew deane selling goods cheaper-- than ever before. Thanking you for past favors and solici-- j ing a continuance of same. We remain Most Kespectf ully, Uoow m DRESS saved is money made. You can save mojoey FABRICS, by dealing with us. We have succeeded! "We are in it." VES'TS CL0VERP0RT, KY. Jfliyji POLITICS ww W. W. BROOKS, '" " W. C. MOORMAN. GLENDEANE, KYi '" " PHOTO & ARISTD ARTIST CLOVERPORT, KY. N. B. To every 20th cuitomer for Cttblnoti, a 18x20 Crayon Portrait. J7)(W WANTHD0 to borrow Interest, for per cent. on 1 Capital, OP J'T'COjOOO. The Tradesmens National Bail, do. THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 201 BROADWAY. Orgsnltod aa a State Dank 1813 Under National Aot lBrtS. a term of cood la uppermost in Men's minds etate nowadays, but thoro aro othor things of more intorcst to tho ladies. Our nico lino of real mortgage necurltv, addreu llOllHOWKlt, rare of the Newi. Jamea E, Srauiu, fa,',. Logan C, Murray, Titi-lW- ., Olfor ACCOUNTS 1 81117, CH Stancliff Is One Of Onr Boys Yet St. Louib, 1802. Editor Enclosed, you will ploaso find 30, eon-ten- ts - DRESS GOODS, News LACES, EMBROIDMES. one dollar in full payment for ono year's FLOUNCING, subscription to tho Bubckenhidoe News. ' Tbreo grand cheers for Clovoland, Reform and Prosperity. Organise a good old Democratic club, and put And lot of nico things too nummy name down at tho hoad of tho list. erous to mention, am still with the boys jn old Brecken-ridg- e I Comb In And Seb Us ! and will bo homo in November, to poeslblo. vote, if Yours, etc., David SrAMCurr GLOVERPORTjKY. n, ' Juno. men, lloclieiter, N. Y. KDSalciman, liberal ternu, WANT place. Hhown IIkos, Co., TIT anted 50 head Hock hoga. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. urery- - INVITED, Henry Temple Louisville Institute, FOR THE Corsets, Corset "Waists. E?H SAI,n.onc3 year old Short Horn bull thoroughbred crones and weight about Thoa, 1. Ifardaway, Ilewleyvllle, Ky, fnrin last Mnrrji. Wilf reward It. S, CAI,TKUt Clmerport, Ky. All A male OF THE STRAYED, the finder. "XT OTIC It ,.- - lterkshlre hoe-- . white LIQUOR HABIT , 1008 First St., Bet. Jacob & College Sts., LouisvilleKy. ' PR. SflMUBLH. GARVIN, MANAGER. :iJ I "J?, company consist, of Thos.'L. Barrett, J. W, Atnerton, John M. lathtr., O UhiU C- - V Mooiwaa, QijityetJ J1Iu narKbia.W. II, B, j$T J'rese, cf.a.le. . juhuu.'judg, R. Vhemoa. fiimm4m Sulzer's ,," I XI please call on me, ii nr.nn. -- ' MARY J. AHIXKn. . .!.,-- :. I ... -- i,hu ..fii.w-f- c will ny sand bnitK I tinstcd (CH". ) ."v ). Ju '"'", "' - V V , - ' "J!W'nl!iryr"rm? ,35?r.'5??tTr'r - r wm- ..i . - fp , ;;wpr . W Circuit Judtro is oxcltfni? a i '" -' .rAir and of Will Go Up Hole In the '., Mt iliBSAkfttccst oil over tho Dis- ' JT Y VlK.""fI II.. Hole. Course lt J III, ; lma lono for many years past. FinVt- - Eli Jj'ttjamboat's U oner Deck? irom Owonsboro. imiig q slimy In an up stairs room in tho Western 44 House at Ballard has boon dovolopcd Mrs. Dr Jtomnslcr ts nultoviLCat h nrTl iiousiind dollars wag appropriated to bo II "Very few peoplo know lho origin of w ithln tho post eight months what In expended under tho direction of tho 8i. I., a, 5 Jit wi.i'77 " homo fleaVjiock Vnlo. the word texas, as applied to n certain tho opinion of men of sound judgment AND Mr. Will Moorman has been sick for Now York Shito Dairyman's Associamora. tion and $32,5000 was appropriated to bo part of a steamboat," said an old river will prove, 'If practlcaL the Invention of . tt JRrOweigni UFtfi ttcrinffstllL several days at this place tho ago. blstrlbuted by tho State Agricultural So Captain to a St. Louis Mrnf Mr, William Allan, a real estate broker man. "AH modern boats dont havo lho r&&mBL a runnel down under tho hllL Mr. Tom Owen, of Owonsboro, is visit-- , clety. THIRD -.viglll ing relatives and friends hero. "SirJ hard whoso trees aro bent. texas, though it was an essontial of tho and a former employee of tho West A law was passed which prevents par Coast Improvomont Company,ha3 nearly (w flcldo whero tho honeybees old system in tho halcyon days of Candidates for office and applicants for achuto ascensions. OLOVERPORT, KY. completed tho model of an aorial ship or calm content! Tho texas, you know, is tho flying machine. It consists of two oval tho Awtfq jMothor cradlo ofat homo on n farml tho district schools havo becomo qulto A now law provides that it shall bo Don't read this column or you Naturo jCommon. unlawful for any person knowingly or apartment of the upper deck just be- or sjar shaped bodies with tapering tVIrt Iowa of meadow whoso waves jiro might bo tempted to invest your neath the pijot houso whero tho crew ondB, the smallor suspendod within tho Miss'Lizzio Smith, of Hardinsburg, has willfully to keop any plum, cherry, or rdot money. larger. Around tho largor immonso other trees infected with tho contagious shifts sleep. The word was first applied thread of stiff canvas, or an iimo tho olrt hero ero mountains of been spending somctimo with Miss sotno other Do jou want to buy Real Estate? in tho troublous times of tho '30s and Cooper. disease of fungus known as tho black strong but light material, winds spirally Call on K. L. Nowsotu. jtlo winds lost upon oooan s ot wheat. knot; overy trco so infected is declared 40s, when Texas was, first fighting for from cud to end. Within tho smallor rflies shlpwrockod In bollyhook Do j cm want to rent a Farm T Court has adjourned at "Tho Beeches" liberation from tho despotic rulo of Mexli Call on U. h. Now), ra. body Is situated tho propotllng power, and on "Tho riajns," henco quiotudo to bo a public nuisance, and no damages' ) In tho air and a amllo In tho sky. Do jou want to rent City property ? can bo awarded in court for entering up- ico, and afterward when tho United which by means of a sot of pulloys, i fear of deception or barm. reigns supremo. Call on It. Ij. Nowiom. i and tho woe of a our life ar cutting down or re- States was plunged into war with tho bands, wheels, otc., rovolvos tho interior MANUFACTURED OF Miss Edna Robertson lias returned on premises and her Naturo, who lives on a farml" Do 70a want tho best and only desirable Aztces to maintain tho rights tho bravo oval body, and as It moves so it causes moving such infected trees. lot for sale on .Main, 50x175 feet for tho largor machine on tho exterior to Id song from the cherry tree tops from visit to Louisvlllo, Lyndon, Fern Call on R. L. Nensom. $800.00 7 Tho penal codo relating to tho adulter- Texans had rung from Santa Anna. Re- niovo with correspondingly greater i whero uacc-- us nugni gainer Creek and Fishervillo. Do 70a want to buy the Cloverport Hotel, ation of goods was amended so that who- cruits from tho United States were carriMiss Rosebud Moorman, of Clover-por- t, ever shall adulterate maple sugar, maplo ed down tho Mississippi to Now Orleans centrally located and doing a largo ishlonod sparrows that lire In a Tho theory which William Allan has Call on 11. L. Newsom, business? rr is spending tho summer with rela- syrup or honey with glucose, cano sugar and thenco across tho Gulf to Texas to hold and rcasonod upon for tho last 20 111 smelling street. i ifie dirt of an P. S. I am now prepared and have full help tho Lone Star men in their war. yoars Is this: A screw by revolution cry tives in this community. wna'ti i and tho kino and the sentinel or syrup, beet sugar or syrup, or other authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. whoso shrill clarion bodes no Correspondence from abroad toltoltod. This i Misses Allieno Murray and Pearl Mil- substance for tho purpose of sale, or who Tho boats that took thom down tho river forces Itsalf through wood, so Mr. Allan Is a good chanco to secure the best and most ler, of Clovorport, aro spending this shall knowingly sell or offer for salo, were tho first to construct tho apartment concluded If ho could lnvont a nmchino tho city folk ever and ay In tho city, and do "boom" popular hotel with threads lnrgo'anough to sjaV ck to Dame Naturef endives on ' maplo sugar, maplo syrup or honey that for tho crow and that supports tho pilot- tho atmosphoro it will travelicvulvo in week with Mrs. J M. Howard. prlco asked. through M York World. house. Do yoa want a loan negotiated ? AMnt in boat building epaco and with groat rapidity on the Mrs. Dr. Moorman, who has been has been adulterated in any way, shall a3!s83) Cull on H. L. Newsom. made it possiblo' for travelers to peer samo principle. If Mr. Allan bo not a 100LEYVILLE. of a misdemeanor. qaito ill for a length of time, wo aro glad bo deemed guilty Havo ynu'money you want placed on through thojittlo windows from an ele- daludod Inventor ono may travol In this Another now law provides that the td say, is very much improved. Cull on R. L Newsom. safo security ? fapple crop is tho next thing to a J Mr. Edgar Lewis, a popular Cincinnat-t- i State Board of Health shall uso all reas- vation that enabled them to seo agreater mnchlno in any dlroolion, with almost Do you want money on short call? scopo of country on both banks than any speed doslrod, aud with perfect exist-cic- o Call on R. L. Newsom. drummer, spent a few days hero last onable means of ascertaining tho snfoty, by moans of steering apparatus Do you want to rent a house ? and causo of diseaso in or danger to thoy had before been accustomed to and a speed regulator which arc atlato with their corn crops. week visiting relatives and friends. ieraro Call on R. I.. Newsom. lealth, from milch cows and other cattle swcejvwith their vision. Tho innbva--tio- tl tached and tindor tho control of tho Ve crM look well. m Mr. Jeff Owen tho popular tobacconist, and P. S, Good paying renters can generally coming on just at tho time that teronaut within tho bowels of tho Infor averting tho samo and preventLet mo put a "bug In your securo a house. has gone to Louis-- of Hardinsburg, spent a few days at his , B. IJi'Uryan tti ing all injury from tuberculess in milch Texas was causing such a commotion all vention. If this invention protes prac-tlca- 'l, ear," R. L. Newsom rents properly and collectr WMnsome cattle. and homo and visiting other relatives over tho world, passengers and boatmen and Mr. Allan thinks it wilt, the rents on a commission of ten per cent, and, cows or cattlo in any part of tho state.f!?jO)n renting being a specialty with him, don't , have a no wheat crop in this bcc- - friends. and oroan grnyhounds will be The dairy commission has this last with ono accord always referred to tho you know it is better to place' jour property in Jiarv&Ung has begun. Dr. J. T. Owon and Mr. R. 0. Miller, year to look after the adulterators 61 apartment as tho texas. Tho name has easily distanced. Tho details of the Why ? bis hands than to rent it yourself ? machlno can not bo fully described, as Because he is controlling a large amount of j; Tobin is thinking of changing of Cloverport, camo out to scp' their vinegar, as well as tho skimmilk man stuck to it over since, and is about as only a working model has beon conLining non paying renters find property and I!o sara that it is not well for n father-in-laundo Jesso Moorman, who and tho concoctors of that exccrablo stuff good as any other, though I often hear structed, and although Mr. Allan has it "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of them, I'livoajonc. x is quite ill. Newsom hears but few complaints from good ohtninod a caveat ho docs not wish to as oleomargarine. There is no peoplo wonder at its origin." known Keep constantly on hand renters, but the "bowl" coincs from thoso felgiro away his secret until ho has moro Mastor Halo and Miss Hannah Dcane, longer any trouble with reputable dealers Ustonojigent, Mr. Blandford, of lows who do not want to pay, and to snch be a largo stock of Mrs. L. It. Fatten, , .Rockford, 111., substantial financial hacking. - Owonsboro, aro spending tho- - summer it is said, the persistent attempts to palm Call on Somebody Else. says oro, lias been in this neighborMr. Allan has also constructed a hugo Is Newsom hard hearted? Not especially so. several days. Ho has sold sev- - with their grand porants, Mr. and Mrs. off oleomargarino for genuine butter be- writes: "From personal experienco I unicyclo, or, as some, paradoxically call lie will accommodate you If you pay for it, and of stones. ing confined for tho most part to tramp can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, It, a ono wheel blcyclo. It is sorontcon W.J.Dfcn.' provided you stand to your side of the bargain If you don't llko his way of deullng 0,M. Reid, who havo salesmen who tako orders with tho in- a euro for impure blood and general de- foot In circumference, and has a tiro Rov. and Mrs. Harris, of Derbv. Ind.. is tho Call on Somebody Else. blr. AVill Elder, Jr., of this spent several nTonths hero and at Lau ra- tent to deceive. Farmers Homo Journ- bility." Sold by Short & Hayncs, Clov-por- t, one foot wldo. The cyclist stands in "0b I Sympathetic hypocrites j when your tho center, and by moving his foot up and Beard & Beeler, 'Hardinsburg. al. homo in ster, left this wcok for their X, Hargis is a vory prominent sympathy gets above your Judgment don't and down on pednls turns a small whocl blame the landlord quite so much, but call Col. intlemon in his profession, and which rcvolvos tho largor ono at tho The Line of Contest. 'round at his office and drop In $5.00 for the Bright peoplo aro tho quickest to retriad to believo that ho ccntem-akin- g Rumor says thero will soon bo a wedsamo time. As overy revolution of tho special object of your sympathy and help pay cognize n good thing and buy it. Wo Tho Democratic platform might havo bis rent. It will be dividing the loss on bad one of our young ladles ding in ou'r midst,' the" parlies aro a"bluo smallor whool turns tho larger it will rooters, and then you will feel better. Don't place, Joy bo with thom. Wo grass dudo and a belle from this part of sell lots of bright people the Little Early been embodied in briefer form and moro readily bo seen tho cyclist goos a dislet tho landlord lose it all I I" Risers. If yo$aro not bright theso pills forciblo languago, butitd'efines with suffi- tance tif Kovcnteon foot o vory revolution. e our young girls do well. P. S. The above srrlpturo la addressed to tlib "Fennyrilo Dcestrict." 'will make youo. Sold by Short & Hay-ne- s, cient clearness tho issues upon which tho Tho unicyclo is now in tho yard of the heathen gentiles, li for Grovcr Clovelad and Mib. Dr. Owen, who has been with her & Beeler, campaign will bo fought. Janios McLachlan, a contractor and Cloverport, ,and Beard R. L. Newsom has about sixty renters and torm" is all that wo can hear in father for several weeks, was called to To good be don't want any but paying ones Hardinsburg. It pledges tho Democratic party build r, who is putting tho finishing county. Tho people aro the bedside of her daughter, Miss Lula, of tho paying ronters he will take special pains to touches upon It under Mr. Allan's super-visioagainst : mako them comfortable. It is oxpeoted a public trial of tbauostio over his nomination, who is quite ill at her homo in' Clover- Real Estate And The Nominations. Centralization, and pluto- tills iuveutiou will bo mado lu a short Do you want a houso built and pay fur It In -- know CLOVERPORT, KY. him to bo tho idol of port. The philosophy of business trans- cratic domination. monthly installments 7 For terms time. ic party, the father of Tariff ft Cull on R. L. Newsom. Mrs. Eliza Lewis and daughter,, Mrs. actions was never better illustrated than Extravaganco in tho expenditure of Recontly, in conversation with a ree the standard-beare- r Do you want a of tho Edgar Bennett, of Irvington, power engine and in tho real estate market on Thursday tho people's money. "Thoro rs. Orb porter, Ballard's inventor said: Call on It. L. Newsom. boiler. rinciples. Armed as he is, Calloway, of Smithfleld; Mrs. Chas Hoy-e- r, lost. may bo somo skeptical people who Robber protection and all discriminatDo you want to start a Slack Barrel and d and shield of Democracy, deora my inventions impracticable, but As tho week opened with Chicago's ing legislation. of Leitchfleld, and Mrs. Arthur Wil- Stave and Heading Factory with power tho public thought Fulton was crnzj hopa$hat in November, ho liuins, Owonsboro, will spend July ana turmoil leading down tho telegraph Call on R. h Newsom. attacbod? Trusts and combinations to gouge tho C hon ho was building tho Claromont, ed Tvith a dorious success. August at their old home, rkar this wires, this real estate market at onco as- peoplo. Having about thirty arcs of city lots be whon Columbus was trying to conand would sell a few "slices," and If you want n further hopo that overy man, place, sumed a Fabian policy. It did nothing Land and corporate monopoly. building lot Gallon R. L. Newsom. vince tho monarchs of Europo that onodrppoLpuro Democratic Do you want to pay your city taxes ? auothor world existed oven tho children Mrs. Dr. Owen, Mrs. Kate Willis and and awaited events. Dishonest money. through his veins, will aBpg IT TS A DUTY yon nwornnrsolf nul fam. Cull on R. L. Newsom. significantly pointed their fingors to When tho result was finally known Miss jTio Moorman, of Cloverport, and Pernicious activity of best in thoir foreheads whon he pasod by. But lly to get tlio your vulao for Tour manor, is tafnrlntvl nf TrifT T?nfnrm Have you claims agilnst the city treasury? .ronoinlio In footwrnr br imrcliaslnir Dr. Jesso Moorman, of adairvjjlo, havo and the nominee announced business politics. hliors, which iS wurfulicato that infamous and thero was no screw loose iu Columbus's AV. I,. JjougjaM I,r,cc, nsked, represent tlio Call on the city treasurer and he will tell you an (liousauda faq&r, Mr. sprang up. Tho leaders took in both will t ut of that R.L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, alPension frauds and nbuss. head, noithor was thoro iu Fultou's. " riff tecation, which keeps been at the bedsido their ways keeps said treasury supplied with money. dFCKv 1 rlfl weeks, who is candidates and both platforms, and unSumptuary legislation. Seattle Post Intelligencer. $5.00 swrir of tho government, at Jesso Moorman, several kVd,UU racy Claims for collection solicited from citios dangerously ill, at tho residence of his animously declared that "no matter who Criminal and pauper lisraPsyu of tho laboring classes. abroad nnd prompt remittances made. 4.00Jf is elected, there will bo no tampering daughter, Mrs. Lncrctia Robertson. Jingoism. Tho ilmplt tppIlosUoa sf Many thanks for the largo patronage I have with tho currency of tho country." enjoyed. It pledges tho Democratic party for : Southern Magazine. WAYNE'S 2.50 When it is"onco understood how im, Wo truly beliovo Do Witt's Littlo Tariff for revenuo only and tho imR. L. NEWSOM. ;q G. Fetter, who for a nunr- OINTMENT! Early- - Risers to bo tho most natural, portant it is to tho real estato interest mediate revision of tho iniquitous Mc- 42.25 1$ 1.75 without any InltrnU I m; has conducted a successful most that tho dollar should bo worth a dollar, Kinley law in tho interests of tho peoMnwiioiDfj. cam hh mvJPQF0R B0YS Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. effective, most prompt and econo&9 nn Ur. kmcul itch. hllV itablishment in tho city of mical pill for "trunUoDi on iha fu. biliousness, indigestion and and that nq necessity exists for writing ple. hindi. bom. will in connection with inactiye Ikftk llsir. Whit Bnrf hth J 'JTAi est Bhdber, the author of 3STO. liver For sale by Short & Hay-nc- s, "gold clauses'' in mortgages, tho phiHonest money and bimcteyfc coinage, 14-- tf or mm byU for Wets. AMrt D. TXMjfb Horn, rbllUl.hU, ftwATaa T. l.k jour druuUi fof lb Clovorport, and Beard & Beeler, losophy underlying tho transactions of without discrimination (jVartl either CIMnru cles and sketches' of South- this market may bb readily comprehendHardinsburg. gold or sliver. Tult 11 K Cffcct scenes, commenco in July a ' ed. Freo and untrainmelcd education. Ai 5:00 o'clcl: A. H. WednesdaT Julj 29. '91 publication under tho namo of Let them fight it out on any issue they SAMPLE. Proper public improvements. Wctt Bound Trains 'Southern Magazine" In con- Kail Bound TVaint please, tariff reform, tariff for rovenuo Homo rulo and individual liberty. 51 el in point of merit this pub- THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. w Mall Si M only or protection, real&ostato is safe so Our farmers are in tho midst of wheat Economical and honest administration ..OTllKIt Hl'EQIAI.TIKS In footwear oro ol Expr's Uxpr's STATIONS Mall A Kxpr'. Act Directly on UicUvcr, Kxpr's rw ol a high class ol excel- - harvest. ' tno samo high grade, and represent n money value long as politicians do not tamper with of the government. enrxu A.KD FiYxn.DTirrrau, cents far beyond tne prices charged. See that namo and namely illustrated and will prlco oro stamped on bottom of each shoo. Dally SicrHsiPicnB, Bilious Colic, Cohitipx-noiDally Dally Dally Mr. V. B. BWRfn was in Sample Sun- tho currency. Protection of labor. ss or .IV, Li. TAKK NO, NU1I8TITIJTE. ItnsuKATUJi, Piu?,F.iLmTiaR ibutions from tho pens of 1 Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 00 9 05pr Tho fact that both candidates are' iiouzlas, llrocUton, Mass, Bold by 025pm 7 day. or trie Hilar, Duzntxis, Tonrm Iitxb, Genuine civil servico reform. Kentucky bt. 12 45 800 6 40 860 '.piR'St authors and essayists ol CbATZOToSaUS, 8LCTTIKSNT33, AND AIX sound monoy leaves tho great proncrty 7 20 8 41 8 05 West Point 12 05 President Harrison thoroughly repreMr. Arthur Mattingly will teach tho 12 02pm 8 45 8 02 7 24 DtuAtss or inn Lmm and StoxAcir. If Howard y ss interest of tho city and couitry prfrctlc-all9 00 Hock Haven 1145am 747 7 47 you do not "feci very wtll," a elnglo pill at sents tho Republicanism opposed by tho school at Look Otlt tcntion. of tho publishers to 7 40 Long Dranch 11 38 908 767 s out of tho great controversy to come. Democratic platform stimulates the stomach, restarts 7 31 and Mr. Cleveland 8 07 917 Ilrandcnburir 1129 ast amount of talent in tho tho appetite, imparts vigor to tho Bittern. Miss Annio Adkisson, of Loufsvillo, is N. Y. Herald. Meade Springs 1125 9 21 811 727 L They euro til diseases llko magic. 'JL is tho best representative of tho Jeffer-sonia- n Gtt 11 IU 7 23 9 2fl 8 17 Ekron hoy invito correspondence visiting relatives and friends hero. onr toe rlcat kind. BiSLLUItS- - UVBlt I'UAii. 1111 9 34 8 27 715 Gutton principles it enunicates. tions from unknown writers lim Sold by dracclsts. Send for circular. 1102 8 37 0 65 9 41 Irvington Miss Pearl Gibson --was tho guest of When you're languid and dull in the spring of 1(163 The lines of contest aro clearly drawn BELLEEfl MEDICINE COPitUtrarzh.ra. 9 52 6 48 8 47 Webster jefisful efforts to gain rccog- the year, 10 00 6 40 1045 8 65 Lodlburg Misa Ida Payno, on tho hill, Sunday. for popular decision. St. Louis When stomach anil liver are all out of gear. 10 IU- 6 31 1035 905 Pkrce puou-cause- d coiumns oi luisicrn 10 15 9 11 1030 Simple 626 Miss Hattio Bcauchamp was the guest When you're stupid at morn and feverish at them to becomo dis-102.1 Stephensport 1023 618 Iluving repaired und nmilo as good as 9 21 night, 1027 1018 925 613 Addison to abandon thoir literary of Mrs. T. B. Squires ono day last week. And nothing gives relish and nothing goes now, and having secured tho services 930 1015 1030 610 Holt Brainy Farming. Mr. T, B. Squires had a valuable mulo 10.01 10 14 Cloverport 0 46 567 right, Mid-Summ- er of 9 67 Shops 1060 S63 V951 y Tho difficulty with all of our ih'ft ablo editorship of.thollon. to drop dead whilo plowing, ono day Don't try any nostrum, elixir, or pill, 10 01 11 00 941 Sklllman 6 40 "Golden Medical DlscoAery" Just tills the bill. 11 11 work in tho,dalry field, is a lack of in10 10 933 530 Hawesvllle last wcok. Smith (Falcon.) of Lexington, 9 26 8 22 1018 1118 1'ctric Tho surest and best of all remedies for tellectuality. Tho difficulty with agri1024 1124 920 515 Falcon -- oae brilliant productions Miss Lena Gilliland, who taught tho havo 11 29 10 28 9 15 Cayce 5 II all disorders of tho liver, stomach and culture is that it is not followed as an rhim an onvlablo position in tho spring school hero, has about secured tho 1031 1135 Lewliport 909 505 blood, is Dr. Piorco's Goldon Medical intellectual pursuit. Consequently tho 1050 851 4 48 l'owers 1162m s A n world, this now maeazino should. fall school. and miller, wo 1102 1207pm 8 37 1'ates 4 35 Discovery. greatest of all industries, agriculture, is 12 16 11 11 4 25 8 27 Owensboro aro prepared to grind Jibtleswjll, receiv,o that support Hon. Geo. W. Jolly, of Owonsboro, 11 21 1227 8 15 4 13 Mattingly Wo havo a full supply of Doing lianuieu uy men who con Jthern.peoplo Ita merit doerves. was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1236 1131 4 01 Stanley A .B 06 temn brains and contemn understanding 1140 WorthlngtontT55 365 U46 TOBINSPORT, IND, light weight underwear for B. Jolly, Saturday. Spottsville 7 37 1155 104 337 and learning. It requires no very great 7 29 3 29 1205pm 111 PISGAH. llasketts hot weather wear at all Mr. Gid P. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, was 1220am 125pm ar.Hcnders'n lv 715am 315pm Corn looks well. exerciso of brains for a man to learn tho r prices. Tho nicest lino of Till Groves went to Louisvlllo with laws of banking, for thoy aro of human AlU'Jones, of Rockvale, is vlslt- - circulating ahipng relatives and friends LouIsviMe,Hardinsburg& Western R. R, here, a day or two last wcok. AT ALL TIMES. origin, devised by somo bunkor just back hogs. gie Hambloton. Miss'Myrna Hardin and brother, Mas-to- r No. 2 TIME TABLE. , JIcDaniel fillod his regular Dr. Morrill, of Now Albany, was hero of them; but when a man steps into tjio Cuba, of Owonsboro, aro visiting rela- this week. arena of agriculture, ho is dealing with ; Were Sunday, and adminis- TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. Ever shown, in tho city. tho laws that God has mado, and no man F.qhllnanco of baptism to Miss tives hero, guests at Mr. J. B. Jolly's. Mrs. Kato Taylor, of Hawesvlllo, is Wo aro tho leaders in can interpret and apply thoso lawB that West Hound Trains East Hound Trains Mr. Graham Jolly was visiting in visiting relatives. uteoneof our most charming Dally Dally Dally lias not been blessed with wisdom and Daily Stephensport last Sunday. Mr. Graham ' ex bun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun GUARANTEED. Mrs. Graham, an aged lady, died Juno with study and with intelligence. '. A finds" something very uttractivo in that No. 2 No. 6 No.5 No. 1 jT.Bniner doliverod a vary in-13th of paralysis. 11 30ara Lv Irvington Ar 930am man must bo a very narrow interpreter rnnon hero Friday night. Ho town. 12 10pm Garfield 8 ai Showing tho largest and dfe-VJ. D. Cockroll gathered MO gallons lof of God who makes butter and cheese 1225 Harned 815 JJr. Anion Jolly and littlo brothor ilediipon toleavo an annoint- ! E 12 42 Hardinsburg 7 60 strawberries this season. after tho fashion of much of it that wo completost stock in tho city, 1 18 Kirk 7 15 fTuly 17th, when ho will preach Mastor Bmco, will arrivo hero Tuesday 130 Jolly 7 05 Children's Day was observed at tho havo seen, who can raiso but half a ton r night to visit their grand parents, Mr. Wo mako a specialty of ion. 148 Olcndeane 6 44 of hay, twenty bushels of corn, ten of CSyStables for teams over night. Baptist church Sunday afternoon. 155 Dempster 631 and Mrs. J. Bt Jolly and other relatives. shirts for men. Wo study Rice's atablo was burned by 2 15pm ar Kullsltoughlv 614am wheat, twenty of oats or fifty of potatoes 2 60 Your correspqndont leaves Saturday Itockvale 551 Miss Jessio Jolly and brothor, Mastor Hary one night last week, and their wants and mako it a Respectfully, 3 02 s 29 Ituth to tho aero ; whoso pastures are over-ru-n 314 6 21 Asklns 'horse burned to doath. Also Percy, of Owonsboro, who'havo boon for Romo to visit Mrs. Clara Connor. point to got tho vory host with weeds, whose pigs a year old tip 3 29 Oaks 6 00 - James Stephens, of Derby, spent Sun tho beam at 125 to 150 lbs. and whoso s, 4 00pm ArFordsvillcLv horses and a yoke of cattlo bo- - spending a week with tlieir grand 4 45am and latest tilings out. If Mr, and Mrs. J. B, Jolly, will go to day hero camo down to seo his girl, tto,tifr. Thos. Moorman. A steers at four years weighed n thousand you want a shirt or tio como Mrs, Rice's was badly injured. Irvington Tuesday to visit relatives and Mrs. Lydia Sheldon and children, of pounds. Wo do not cull this either direct to us. friends there for a week or two. our young peoplo went fish- Cannolton, are spending tho summer brainy or intelligent farming, but how Olifton Mills, Ky meveiilu?. They report a hero. Headquarters for many aro adlcted to It. Farmeis Homo If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your Di If harvest is not soon ovor, "Banty" Journal. icparpnu. f blood is thick and sluggish if your apJLillB comptelate as heartburn, petite is capricious and uncertain, you says feathers will advanco in price, Ask C. OP our j sour stomach, etc., need a Sarsaparilla. "Fof" best results O.P.Polk about it. sh' HANAOEn. Misses Esther Auckorraan and Bell jnfatal, but very annoying, tako Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Huy-ne- s, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich roubles, are quickly cured by Igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal OH Clovorport, alid Beard & Beeler McCanns, of Rome, who huvo been visit ing Mary Groves, hayo rcturnod homo'. if Hot Drops. Mr. A. 0. Raynor Hardinsburg. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Wo are glad to havo our neighbors shut inave oen Sons':V 4wa' Capital Stock $25,000. Sclcntlno American heartburn and sour stomach ILittle Johnny on Queer Things. tho gate when wo open it nothing llko & Agonoy for v rjars.' Found no relief Hatil I B. F. DEARD, President. Is somo queer things about this being polite oven whon tho stock law There Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alWILL MILLER, pyftbg'IIot'DrojM. I oan hon- - w,orjd I can't undersrand. If all good is in forco. ways kept on hand. Orders cool M. U, DBARD, Cashier. iik xirujm xirs boys was big and all bad boys was Jittlo, by caah prompt ) 0. W. DBARD ILate, to bed and early to rise will ah uue sea it. why, all boys,wpuld bo as polite as pio ; fvfXnifWFV' ly dlled. MORRIS ESKRIDOK Dire tpr - . .and 1 gifos if . folks got rich and shorten the road to your homo In tho fen? f!Wltle, J R. M. JOLLY. .. v 1,, A large number of OAVIATS. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS apublican Wnto to know who- - all bad folks got poor, there wouldn't be skies," But early to bed and a "Littlo ' aMlM MM.... mnnKV. l nnun Barry Riser," the pllllftbat makes life any use for preachers. N.' Y. Herald. DESIGN PATENTS! svwson.ia, tell W'UmOT JH BBBBW COPYRIGHTS, ato. leaser and better and wiser, Sold by .(than who eLawami "alt tUa Kentucky Training School. tbr Infomattou and freo Handbook writs to At the & Hayne, Clovwport, and Beard Itiea fixed and immutable law that Short v'U of about 20,000 oMaatv MDPin a (jum sn mboidwat, new xohk. Mt. Sterling, Ky. to have good, sound health one must A Beeler Hardinsburg. Which JiuWicaus. 9t. Louis Bepub- have pure,-- - ricli. and. abundant, blood. For next fall delivery. Order what you want thin, There is no fc jrter nor surer route than AnyUiliitfwo haven't on hand, We will procure AVer's Ague Cure k warranted to cure Aoflrilla, neraiing 'through by a chiMeloArcwU's RarMparilU, It for yoa at the lovrett rates. all malarial dltodH when taken acTfSrt tjreultiloa of any sefaaUfls papar tn the ZAQK, GREEN, tho oroiuloua bokl by 8hort & Hayne. Cloverport, and cording to dlrceMpus. ' sUwfi4b. Illupinud, Xo tatftUbwtt rold by all A ftfieHMl, hornlike. iMIlHtry KnWwMi "' V.Lowe.1, - , r&iTtiM tUtTKZSSSrftASefih HitwWnahn- w' Ule Mttraa, I WsUSSsw, nwnser wtiiH i reams hui m - -1 isf awSSwasE? Rriw iriU1TUanV.iirt i """- l'"'V vrwj "to1 'SSMflf, MsftrC.W. FOWLER. $4tvM HABW1BOJ1URU '-'-ni k r""4iiinTiTr"wtaJiwj x. Fi i -- vfor i -- ISf it i I i .) . wici' ?; iiimTiiriiTi i.- i w. XOrR1 . i i r ni u rn MImoro Mr tho farm.njili!iyj,' ' fsKtai ' -- IV- -. " ,' ..iiiifrr J-TivTTic ' -- JL : ; " idac ""' . .Jt." ' "JVjip.i " ..SlRDlilna - - I lore n to -vtv '"m--- a - -- ,. Ja" fh 'r -- i i L -- i urumnuji nni uuu iimihi klbiiib i m imn nrHtiiin HLnUUIIi U UULUilllls ' 'Kj!Sl :..laa FURNISHED UV ' imiik'iii i v nifHL'ii uniKt-vts;-, i iiiii.i i iii.i'i i.uti'jiiiiiM hiiiibt.! nui ini ' miunuL iinii'r'i . V "Zi T T rHiSyi7Mi& REAL ESTATE Len. G. Herndou m.l ' Tir & Go Globe-Democr- at STREET Rental Agent General Produce and Commissic Merchants and General Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager Reliable and prompt. Cash with every count sale. Consignments solicited. ac- steam-boatin- g. L.il-lio PUIHG eJlili: LOUISVILLE. KV., May 7, 1M2. onippors snouiu mars: an packages plainly, with shipper's name and THtTTKP j"J J M puna riitrfnTiv v Vjli lower. Poultry. Chickens scarce this week and ; v prices uruier, Dried Fruits. Market firmer tn enod df - ? " r Beans. Dcmand active at advance, neccipt nery, market wua BUTTER. 2 13 ffi l 10 12 8 (u) 10 20 tjj 22 Choice, country Medium Common Creamery EOOS. V1 -- ft 'J ij Fresh POULTRY. Old liens Roosters 3 , 14 to IS l SO U M to 3 75 New n m$ Lar.e 8prfngers 2 50 to 3 00 Medium Springers , 3 00 to 4 60 , 1 00 to 1 75 Small Springers Livo deese (leathered)'....'. 2 50 to 3 00 ,, Live Oeese (plucked) 2 00 to 2 50 i FEATHERS. ,c IW n.im nui.v kwvcVh. .............. ......... Btf rX'fayji .....w, i,n. tU m 2 0D"toJ Vj :i i .,... mix aw Mixed Old No. 1. duck . 25 15 QD 30 (4 25 15(gi3Q HIDES. 3 0 rail-roo- d) Green, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheen skins WOOL. Urease, fine.... Urease, coarse Merino Burry and Cuts Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb to 4 R 8 25 (a) 32 23 It &0 3J 24' 22 I 2U (u) f. 15 12 luf' 17 ' X: DRIED APPLES. , v ,. . 2i to Z'i to 3 1 Fancy Chopped o, Peelings " Evaporated, In sacks PEACHES. Halves, per lb Quarters per lb Peeled, per lb Pears per lb " 3f 1 ,.. . 3 to to to to to to to to to to 3' 3' 3; 1 lj 5 2 2' 0 1)i ,5' V n. Third Street Planing Mill, force-billls- 3 t it Blackberries per lb.., 3 HAY. GRAIN. FKKD. We quote price on Louisville clt wharf: , HAY. Strictly choice 12 00 1J Cholco No. 2 10 50 lr Good Medium.... 10 00 Q$ Good Bright Htraw.. 500 M y m forty-hore- Choice white Choice shelled No, 2 oats CORN. , 50 . 52 OATS. 33 ( dj No. 2 WHEAT. Long Berry wheat No. 2 Red Tallow, per bbl Beeswax Sorghum per gallon Poor to med. Mich. v... MISCELLANEOUS. 1 j 4J office-holde- ,... 20 (gl HQ2H 2i 4i I POTATOES." , Homo Grown per barrel From store 2o to 5c per bu higher. " Nor. Ind- - " ' 1 41 31 15 40 25 W50 BEANS. Michigan, hand picked Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed 1 f.O 7 Kit 3 mi W Kwp$2.00 Mk .ndlaua to 1 1 1 75 60 00 00 : I 60 to 75 to r5 to 'I . TIME SCHEDULE 1 18. Northern, per bbl on arrival " " from store CABBAUE. Per crato from store CELERY. Fancy whlto plume, per dot.. Choice Choice Green 2 25 to 2 50 2 50 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 50 35 to 40 20 to 25 10 tu 21i . : " i Sellers' Liver, Pills. r, W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE centred; THE LOUISVILLE & ST- - LOUIS AM LINE (L. E. A ST. L. AND BEST R. R.) """ SHOFfTEST, QUICKEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville Doutn-we- s AND ALL POINTS bed-tlm- 1W flrst-clae- READY west ana Tima-Cirl wwiw in Effect Sent. lfl9G h. Lv. Louisville 8:10 a.m .8:25 p.m...4: Arr St. Louis 6:55 pm ..o:l a m 10: Evansvllle 1:20 " For further Information, call on or adc ?i ,oney 1 i .be J, Goods for Men. E. P. Mopely, woll-know- Gon'l Pass. Ag't, Evansvllle, li, J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loutsvllle,, CltyTickct Office,S. W. Cor. Third A Malns311 Louisville, Ky. R.A CAMPBELL. TlOV J iea to-da-y WHEAT CORN To Advertisers If you wisb nnd need Instruction, nond ono dollar for our "Boole for Aivortlsors." A Uttle study of that book will enable you to decldo what you ought to do, and glvo an ldoa of tuoprobablo cost. NECKWEAR to advertise SATISFACTION Us A I I Men's White SMrts! If you instruct u? - I Trial to place a certain amount of adrcr. tlelng- for you In the way wo think will do you tho most Rood, you should send an explicit statement of what you wiail ui nrrnmnllati. nncl mitlrA cultable arranccmenta for payment. Your order will then receive all tho attention that It requires. If you wish arj advertisement par-ont- J. W. GARY, GREGORY & CO., prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to bo told what papers you should use, ami what tho cost will be, wd will furnish the advertisement and tho plan-eit- her or botli.nndsubmlt them for your consideration, together with our bill for tho service. k c.v, W j, BABBAGL i0fcl, E. Babbage. BANK Reapers and Mowers, For preparing advertisement, AVER'S HARDINSBUHG electrotype and estimates tho ad vertiser pays us. tor tbo expensed placing advertisements and watching tho fulfillment of contracts we are paid by a commission allowed by the publisher of tho paper la which, tho advertisement appears. all tho Ins and outa of adrertleim without anv cast or tmnhl. mm a PiwimciM' regularly, carefully. studiously; IK weekly, jin year. Issued If vnu triah a nnranlftA nntAmmA all newvpapors, end for tho American Newspaper Directory. ror any lurtner lniormauon addreea GEO. P. ROWELL. & Newspaper AdvertUlsa Jurwu, r -- rt. HAIR VICOR piuiuui Keeps the scalp clean, healthy. Pine Poplar Shingles If ,you want to learn , 'all-goo- The Best Dressing Restores hair Mass. jjJJTT 'Miitifir; i C., FRUIT TREES 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YOfiK. has become faded, or gray. Hardinsburg Nursery, FOR SALE. A good store-hous- Dr.J.C.AyerdcCo. ""Tr ntctif tt - dwslllBg, good barn, young orchard bearing bow, aad (Vi'aetigi' ground, situated at MatUngly.. Will i4smUi vuwf iu, v.u. ffIU UI . ,or W. Kv Mm Barili the e, $ 7- jam pisls UMkk !(tiFl I tKX MAS. 'w V ' r- fV tho City Bakery. Ifresh peach elder rHVl4tllofa ffiON. Bakery. Ico cream at Mri. E. A, Pattioon's ' 7 v j' every evening. rXRRORT. KY. Pete Brashcor, of Owcnsboro, spent ' the Fourth in this city. ' Mr. Win. Brown and wife, of Ekion, .,T 1 wcro hero on tho Fourth. Y , , CANNELTON, IND. Mrs. J. I). Brashear. of Owcnsboro, t!ut'inajla to order in llio beet Btylo. spent tho 4th in this city. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders Bolir.itod, Miss Lucy McGavoc and ulster wcro in )i the city shopping last Friday. A. A, M. D. i) .. FS Ttr Nfe44tfctlt M e rbh a n ' W. KIRST, t a i o r, ' ull, Clu- X XX i'J packet, arrives u as rcguinrKbu Hatuniay tory OF JULY IN CLOVERPORT two weeks as if hiVrrip wcro not ovetO A DAY LONG TO BE ihljes long instead bf 1400 miles. Talk about your "old wooden" steamboats, REMEMBERED there is no wood about thu New South.. Sho rivals tho Iron horse both in speed Thousands of Strangers Thronged and regularity, and Is a thoumud times Our Streets And Passed The Say as grand and beautiful. ivrtr? "The Day! i Celebrate" Mr. AlHennen, of Hawesvill, uisdo n Groves. bubincHs run through thu county on his la passed, but you will no doubt need somo thin, cool blcyclo last Friday evening. Ho got off Tho A. 0. U. W'b big barbteue at nnd comfortable clothing for the hot weather that is tho up trulu nt Stcphi import, went lo grovo, in the suburbs of this city coming. Wo can accommodate you ' better than any Cocoa-uuttt- ! I Louoftbuin Cocoa-nut- s Roberts' Bottom, thence lo Union Star, last Monday, was a grand success. Fully other house in the city, because we carry tho biggest at tho City Bukery Reidel's. thenco back to Stenlie nsport, thencv to three thousand pepplo wore on the assortment to select from andell for less profit. Mrs. Wm. Mullen is iitiug friends Holt, thence to Clovirport, arriving In grounds, and speaking, flue, music and Oi Office over JlrrelairiJgc Jlanh. this city nt p o'clock p. in. Hu hud trav- dancing were tho orders of the day. KY. and relatives in Ford&villc this week. CWVJSM'OliT, Call on us for Neckwear, Hosiery, thin nnd cool Uneled ubout I'd milts, and truuniUd busi- There was plenty to eat, the meats wero Cupt. J. A. Burkett has gone to Irving-to- n derwear, Outing Shirts, Dress Shirts and any other s-ness with dlfftri'iit parties that occupied nicely barbecued, and every hody seemed J., some brick work for Mr. Ld-daarticle in Men's Furnishings, nil of which wo sell for to hughly enjoy thu day out away from sevi ral hours. This is pretty font bicycl business and care. , loss profit than any other house in the business Pension Agent Dr. G. W. Rial nnd family, of Cannel ing over rough, countryofroads. Thoro wcro largo crowds from HenLouisville, Sec a Mr. Louis Summers, ton, are the guests of Mr. and Mre. Alex. retary and General Manager of tho Acrao derson, Ow ensboro, Hawesvillo and othor v STEPHENSPORT, KY. Boyd. brick plant, camo down last Saturday places down tho road, while on tho train R. L. McGuflln, our agent )and corresand remained over Sunday. Tho ma- that camo down thero wns hardly standM. D. pondent at Burn, waa hero on the chinery to theso great works was started ing room, and it unloaded here. Brans s and ovcrything worked off to perfection denburg, Irvington, Stephcnsport and Surgeon Fourth. At the tray Bilkers are pushing their Bummerl The first kiln of brick is being burnt and with the greatest smoothness and other places up tha road wero well re KY. ' CLOVERPORT, at tho Patton brick plant and it promises precision. Tho Acrno will bo making presented, whllo a largo crowd camo Clovorport novcr saw goods go ,J WQjfice at Home fur thepretenL to bo a succees. brick now within a few days, and tho around from off tho Hardinsburg branch. Two short, but interesting speeches In Tho Louisville and Henderson packets rapidity with which tho work of this News. wcro loaded down with excursionists on vast enterprlsa has beon pushed and tho tho intorest of tho A. O. U. W. organizai oxact.complotenosa withwhiqh everything tion wcro mado by Charles Hirth, of their Fourth of July trips. t WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1892. has been adjusted speak well for tho Henderson, editor of Tho Kentucky Miss Blitio Sample, who has been visiting Mrs. F. J. Ferry, retumed to her ability of tho men who havo managed it. Workman, nnd Col. Henry D. McIIenry, LOCAL BREVITIES. They are now experiencing. But the gain is yor& of Owensboro. Both orators wero given homo in Owensboro jesterday. At tho regular meeting of tho Council tho very best of attention, both by their Wa the loss ours. j Lunch room by Mrs. E. A. Pattison. Rev. L. E. Campbell, of Hardinsburg. last Friday night tho Henderson dog law brothers in tho order andthoso who wcro 3F ,aw was adopted as nn orthnanco for this Good Eoads BEWLEYVILLE. Wanted Day borders by Mrs. K. A. is hero in the interest of a very fine book not members. After tho speaking, tho ' IJ-- t city. It provides that every dog within Tho valuoof dry, solid country roads its title is "Character Sketches." l'altison. band continued to play, and the dancing Dr. J. O. Bush, of Hawstville, was in is well attested by city limits shall bo taxed $1.00 a this articlo from the Miss Maudo Gilbert, ono of Stephens-port'- s tho Hon. 1). U. Murray went to Cincinnati , town last week. shall bo taxed $2.00. went on. Madison, Ind., Courier. It was contribfair belles, is in Owcnsboro, tho head, and bitches Not a singlo disturbance or a drunken Friday. The law is to tako effect August 1st and Miss Emma Hodges is at home for her uted by nn esteemed and well posted was visablo on the grounds, ' K. A. Shcllruau, ol Stapheneport, was guest of her sister Mrs. R. II. Bennett. all owners of tho canino breed should bo man, even, Now And Solfor'e must mako up for slow apring byjpi vacation. correspondent ! and tho day was one continued round of summer Miss Mary Owen, of Wolf creek, and paying tho tax and securing tho neces in tbo city Friday. To show how- - greatly tho cost of trans-- 4 Rev. Meyers preached at the MethotTifj social enjoyment. ing businoss. .. i "V mm nortntlnn nnv m o,!. .,! u.. Mre. Capt. English visited at Webster Miss Emma Mosely, of Stcphonspoi t, aro sary tag, otherwise their dogs win uo pleasure and dist church Sunday morning. NOTKS. proving tho hardness and smoothness of tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barry. Saturday and Sunday. killed by tho Marshal after that date. Mr. G. M. Sanders, of Elizabctown, Is t ho surface, I nppend tho following tablo Tho city was beautifully decorated, Solid silver buttef knives, plain and Councilman Pierce also introduced a of Holt, was in tho Mrs. A. J. Gross, showing power and cost of moving a ton visiting friends in this vicinity. engraved, also solid silver soup ladles, hog law, but it was knocked into a cock- thousands of star spangled banners being per milo over level stirfaco : city Shopping last Saturday. Messrs. Roy Cain and Wado Drury in viow in every direction. of tho arguments Cost Em Hargis, of Derby, was a passenger plain and gold lined, now in stock at F. ed bat. From somo Stephcnsport nnd Dry Valley turnod spent the glorious Fourtli at Cloverport. Pound N. D'Huy's. produced in opposition to If, it seems per mile. up on tho packet last Friday. -- Wet claror, mud out well. 1,000 Miss Eva Lawson, who has been teach$1,00 " A choico collection of neck chains, ear that tho hog, is such a cleanly animal Mr.'John Gibson, of Dry Valley, was 400 Tho pleasant face and fine physlqn0 ing in Marion county, has returnod Dry land i Kurd earth londt rings, ladies and gent's vratch chains and that it would bo well for most citizons to ,90 the city Saturday on business. of big John Avitt, of Lodiburg, shown home. McAdam road 100 charms Just received at F. N. D'Huy's mako a parlor ornament out of thorn, .10 abovo all others. Miss Magpie Alii and Miss Lucy Beavln Oj' Messrs. Robert McGlothlan and David Wood or plank roa4 jewelry store. nrlck pavement 5 BRANDENBURG. inre visiting relatives in uwcusuuro. There was but one person in tho whole Henry, of Irvington, were in torn last Atphalt 9S Mr. M. S. Whitford was busy several 'S .ots vast crowd that did not havo a good tlmo, week. John Angel and Georgo Welch, two days last wcok surveying tho lots and esKallroad .009 ,9 left Friday for Princeton, and that was a lady from tho Holt neighTho concert was largely attended. Mr. Geo. E. Drury has returned from Canal .00S tablishing tho lines of streets, alleys etc., Who would bo willing to haul throueli borhood. Her shoes pinched her feet. Louisville, whero ho has been attending Ind. Hugh Ditto spent Sunday at home. in tho Warfleld Addition. mud roads at tho cost of let. per ton They looked to bo plenty large, too. visiting Mre. R. II. Moorman has school. for Dr. Lon Morcmcn, of Louisvillo, spent Engineer Harry Roth's dog bos been mile, when over a McAdam road tho Huso Morgan, City Marshal of relatives in Meado county for the last Sunday at home. Mr. J. S. Moorman and daughter, Miss poisoned and Harry says that he'll whip cost would be only 10 per cent. ? And was down in his new uniform, few days. Spring, attended church Thero was quite n crowd went fiom and was sworn in as a special ofilcor for Mamie, the man that did it, if it is fifteen years that does not take into account wear and :Tho "kittle came down triday oven-jn- from now when he finds it out. hero Sunday. here to tho picnic at Flarhcrty. -'tear 0 wagons and teams, and loss of tho day. and gladdened the hearts of tho rail Mr. Alonzo Moremen, of Brandenburg, timo and morals by Charles II. Miller candidate for DepuMiss Sadio Sanders, of Bullitt county, Capt. Tilll Groves, of Tobinsport got Bwearing nt your road boys by paying oir. ty Sheriff, under Ken Rhodes, was in Is visiting at Mr. O. Moicmcn's. hio family scattered nnd was in great paid n short visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. II. poor horses. - Forest Wilkcrson, of J. Bacon & Sons, tho city last Thursday attending tho ealo Hon. Gus. W. Wchard6on, of Guston,, trouble and distress for nbont two hours Drury last woek. - Thon consider tho isolation and. loneliLouisville, camo down Saturday morn- of lots in the Warfleld Addition. Miss Maud Adkison, of the North ness of lifo for tho women and children, in tho afternoon, when he wanted to was In town tho last of tho week. f& ing and spent Sunday in tho city. Texas Fcmalo Institute, Sherman, Texas ehut up in their homes during tho long, Dwight Ncwromb, a prominent citizen Most of the young peoplo of the town start homo. L', "?, Lou. Holms, of Louisville, was in tho of Cannelton, died Monday evening, tho weary winter months, through the diffWhat aro wo hero for, but to sell goods was in town Sunday. Fourth at tho old mill. city a few days last week enjoying tho 4th Inst., and was taken to Louisvillo for spent tho when peoplo want to buy ? Long, and iculty of travel to school nnd church nnd Offers many inducements to purchasers. Messrs. Aleck and The tocdt Miss Mabel Aylsworth, of Grahampton jrfMapany of trfenila at his old homo. tii. interment in Cave Hill Cemetery. The man that suggested that closing Mrs. Rutcr nnd son, Marion, are visiting town. No wonder country children be- nARiramlifTr urn af iVi inr whtln rtnnAQ Vimra vAMiJiArT ?K.4 Is visting Miss Mary McFarland. Morris Beard, cashier of the Bank of fv uw WUj nAAU UllUVt iiuro ivivwvu W1Q come bashful and nwkard and dissatis- UVUhuv Mrs. Nannlo Hodges. up scheme was no business man. The nicest collection of souvencr Mr. James Hawes, of Louisville, visitHardinsburg, passod through tho city Mrs. Barbara Rlgsby, of the Masonic fied with country life, and refuse to stay for this season's Goods : orange, love, bonbon, sugar shells, berry ed relatives hero tho first of tho week. The hack drivers and liverymen coinSaturday evening enrouto for Louisville. on tno larms, nnd throng to tho overed money, though their charges wcro Home, Louisvillo, is visiting her daughter and other spoons ever in Clovcrport can Tho Normal closed Saturday. Prof. crowded cities, whero luxury and vico , William Lightfoot and family, of Mrs. John Ross, who is quito sick. now bo seen at F. N. D'Huy's, jewelry, reasonable. McAulifl had quito a good sized school. nnd temptations meet them on every III., aro tho guests of G. E. storo. Rev. G, F. Cundiff was accompanied L'ghtfoot. And will remain a few days. Robert Herndon, of near Webster, vison his regular trip Saiurday by his wife hand. Strange, is it not, that tho wealth Tho Cannclton Cornet Band stopped part of the The Season Why Procter Knott Was and son George, who made several visits health and happiness of communities, Edw. C. Schutz, of tho Cannclton Tel- off and serenaded the city last Saturday ited friends in tow n the latter to members of his congregation. should often depend upon tho proper Not At .Hardinsburg. ephone, camo.up Friday and spent an night as they wcro colng up to Derby to week. Died, Juno 30th. at the home of her application of rock and gravel. FnANKFonx, Ky., July 2, 1892.-M- v hour in tho city returning on tho down furnish the music oif tho base ball excurThe dance given by tho young gentleFnrmers Bhould study out this probuvening was Dbah Jcixin. Your kind letterfound mo father, .Miko Shumate. Mrs. Geo. train. Wrathor, after a painful illness of several sion that left there Sunday morning for men of tho town Saturday in bed suffering from an attack of flux, months. Sho leaves a husband nnd two lem for themselves. New-soquito a success. Mrs. Jabine and Master Harry Cannelton. children, who havo tho symyathy of a spent Saturday and Sunday at Mt. Tho Misses Woolfolk and Richardson, but hoping that I might be able y It'Apunds liko ono out of wholo cloth, Ilnrrison'a nomination nt Minneapolis largo circlo of relativos friends in was Merino, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken but nevertheless it is a fact Sulphur Springs, visited in town the lat- to go to Hardinsburg I did not reply I their sore bereavement. and. made on Friday. This reminds us gentlo-ma- n that a find myself but little better this morning .. . that whon ho ran for Governor of IndiWathon. camo into this oflico ono day last ter part of tho week. however, nnd though not very seriously Meant Especially For Cloverporters. ana he was nominated on Friday, and Tho largest and best wheat crop that week and invited all its occupants, from Mioses Nellie Henderson and Bottle. Blue Jeans Williams beat him out of his over was harvested in Tobin's Bottom is dovil tojeditors, out to take a drink, and McGhee, of near Irvington, visited Miss ill, 'Still too unwell to venture out. This When you go to the postoflice for your boots. St. Louis Itcpublic. is a great disappointment to mo as I had mail, get it, and then stand there before now in tho shock over Micro. The farm-er- a tho Invitation was declined with thanks. Ophelia Hay last week. set my heart on spending tbo 4th with tbo delivery window or In tho door and WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE aro in good spirits. Dr. Dugan, of Louisvillo, wns down to my old lriends in old Breckenridge. Prof. J. M. Tcboe, of New Albany, look over what you got. Tho persons a no urcm ungiith Itemed)'. Misses Allieno Murray, Pearl, Miller spent tho Fourth in Clovcrport. Among seo his brother fast week, who Is very behind yon may not enjoy this vory Very truly your friend, Promptly and permamuch, but you can show your impornnd Annio'JIambleton havo returned tho many noticablo improvements that sick with typhoid fever. nently cures nil forms of FnocTER Knott. tance by doing so. Ex. Ncnous Weakneu. Kmli. from a pleasant visit of several days du- havo been made in tho city sinco ho was slons, Spermatorrhea, Mis3 Lucy Young and Mies Baskete, of and all effects of ration at Glendcane. hero, tho most conspicuous ono he said Sandy Hill, visited Miss May Ashcraft Hardinsburg "Kids" Want To Play Abube or Excesses. Been prescrlhcd over35 years In Mr. and Mrs. Powell Oclzo, of Troy, was tho burning out of the old Fisher tho latter part of tho weok. Ball. t hnn nil ri ncua la 1.a Before ana AHer. unlv Hellnhle nnd Unnr.l Wo passengers on tho City of House. Children Cry for Pitcher's Cestoria. Mr. Will Ascraft, Miss Amelia AshIlAnniKsnuiia, Ky., July 1892 Ebitor Medicine known. Ask druggist for Wood's V bro Sunday going to Louisvillo to Mrs. Nat. Wilson and Mrs.' R. P. craft nnd George Richnrdson attended News. Dbau Sib: desiring to havo a I'liosriiODiNi; If he offers some worthless medicine In place of .. this. lcae hit dishoneststnre. In. White, of Fort Worth, Texas, daughters the concert hero Thursday ovoning, . . . ..v - . . 'o gnrao of ball with Cloverport boyo nnd ciosc price in iciicr, ana we win sena o y return IVhen V$iT ma rick, w gar her OostorU. mall. Trice, one package. II: six. ft. One will ,ant Fronch, of Evansvillo, was a of R. ft. Pierce, and Miss Laura Wilson ,not knowing nny of them we would bo Tho concert given by tho young ladies please, six will cure. Tamphletln plain sealed Whsa & ma CMM, Hi ertal for Cwtorta, fenger uj) on tho Tell City Saturday, Pierce Wilson, Lelia Wilson and infant envelope, a stamps. Address nnd gentlemen of tho town for the bene- thankful to you if you would bo so kind VTiM h became Hta, n Tho Wood Clietiiicnl On. of Mre Wilwm havo arrived for his old homo, near Union children daf to CMtorta, Woodward nvenua Detroit, Mich.. eo churches wns a success as to hand this to somo ball playing boy. Wki Kb had CMldren, arte ravstiMtn Otatorta. JSwSold iji Clovcrport by C. C. Martin, and hero to spend the summer at their old fit of the tin In Fourth, jur, to spend tho Wo the kid nino of Hardinsburg chalfinancially, they took in $107, and could druggists everywhere. Tho Derby baso bsll club is getting to home. have dono much better If they had had lenge tho kid nino of Clovcrport to play As far as heard from, all balls, picnics rank "up among Yin." They beat Presa larger house, as there wero peoplo that a match game of ball at either of tho and barbecues in this section were well ton and Cannelton in two could not bo accommodated both even- two places named at any timo after July Of the Condition of the attended. Clovcrport and Hardinsburg games last Saturday. Bth 1301', hoping to hear from you soon. ings. " both had largo crowds. Tho Old Holm Very Respectfully, Mrs. Pattison and Miss Tempin Sar Place, near Union Star, had tho usual Jbrsb Tayi-ob- . AT CLOVERPORT, KY. EECH GROVE. gent, of Stephcnsport, have started a res- successful good time, and tho Derby ball F At the eloit of builoeii Jane J, 1891. taurant in tho old Payne & Co. building, is still in full blast. As I WtVo beon silent for some timo next door to Bell Bros. IIBHTK. Mr. Joo Mattingly, tho clover I will send yoli n few Items this week, Nntn nnd bill dlta't'd 150,6M 01 U. S. Deputy Marshal Log Pato was a ii of Concordia, camo down on tho for I know you aro always glad to hear Rank fliiutM nnd furniture 2.ft73 25 passenger on tho east bound train Satur- packet Friday morning to take the train llMiklng boat and let J.335 14 I am. Local from Beech Grove. That N Fuipended debt day, enrouto to his homo in Hardins-bur- g for Louisville. liS 02 Ho visited tho brick Ed. Ilondi 25,884 '14 to spend tho Fourth. plants and other establishments whllo Overdraft! Ml 71 Mr, Win. Ditto was in Ixmtavllle last 0. E. Lightfoot shipped tho largest waiting, and expicsscd himself as being tine from Bank! 3t,ft8o 31 is horo. So Is our stook of J,v3 week. boat-loa- d 18,923 27 Ctib on band of ties to Cincinnati, ono day well pleased with tho push and go of our last week, that ever left this port. It enterprising llttlo city. J. K. Ditto's baby is quito Blck with BY Totat, $ J49.T74 7 contained 6,154 ties. This would havo MiatLtTIII. Rev. Dr. Joseph B. Cottrell. who had pneumonia. NATHANIEL Conttal took $ 45,100 00 ma lo a train of 35 loaded cars Tho wheat in this locality is very good been advertised for a lecture, In tho reg :. Dnpoiltl 174.577 67 A BIG BOOM IN JEWELRY. HAWTHORNE. Miss Emma D. English nnd her llttlo ular course,' at Georgetown, Texas, has with a few exceptions. Huriilai fund 23,000 00 Don't you want 'to see iomethlne that nl't Undivided profile niece, Fanny Leo Lacy, wcro passengers leen invited to go on nnd tako tho placo 4,644 00 Mr. Patch Woolfolk was in the bottom tnatch the most brilliant pyrotechnics! dli Dividend No. 36, 4 per nt. doe Corne jrj(txaine our goo'ds for yourself, 6n tho east bound express Saturday of Senator Ingalls, who had disappointJuly 4th, 1881 last week collecting taxes. 1,804 00 play j Have you an eye for the beautiful 7 flare VOU vrct read tfcfe lot of evening enrouto to their homo in Rob- ed tho directors. Dr. Cottrell Tnxu do July lit, ISO 494 C8 Have you a taste wbloh Is cultivated, left for srtlitlo Mlta Lena Drury was the guest of Mies fascinating atoryP erts Bottom from a visit to Hopklnsvillo. Georgetown nn Saturday last, and discriminating 7 Whether you answers via, St. Georgia Morcmcn last week. Total, $249,774 T4 Somo Pinchecoors got to fiddling and Louis. His health had It is the product of s m!nd signally improvI, A. B. Sklllmsn, Cathler of the above to alt of there questions aro In the sfflrmatlie Miss Lllcn McGchee, of Irvington Is dancing in Payno & Co's. old store room ed. which stands alone rn fic- named bank do solemnly iwesr that the above or not, you will take a good deal of pltaiure In visiting relatives in the bottom. Saturday ovoning and attracted considor-abl- o titetneit ii true to lb best of my knowledge looking over ur "took of Jewelry. We are st, Mr. James II. Patterson, U. S. Storetion, ? and belief. A. B. SKILLMAN, attention. Thoy can just lay it all keeper arrived at homo Saturday from ' Miss Mablo Alesworth, of Grahampton not in the habit of putting much fun and If you HAVE read this I'aibier. ?i 3ST over Sugartreo Run, oven when sho was Owensboro, and will remain for somo is tho guest of Miss Mary McFarland. 35T Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the feather lota our printed announcements, be marvelous talc, you will lit day of July. 1891. Cmt,,B, rUiiLWAir, causa we believe la meaning what we toy, and in her palmyist days. Mr.Hugh Ditto and Dr. Lon Moremen timo. Ho enys there has been a considN. P. B, 0. saying what we mean, but occasionally, we enjoy rending; it once more. Miss licllio GricRriv and Mica Vila erable lay-oO"- 'among Undo Sam's boys, camo homo Saturday night to spend " ... in the city, Wo offer you bargain In K.'. have some speolal Inducement" to olfar, and If you have never read ft, Statement of the Condition of the rigsny, sister ami nieco ot Mrs. J. A. thero being only 10 out of 40 odd retain- several wcekB. to be the ease with our Souver tblt happens larry, arrived on tho row South from ed. Tho monoy has run out, and a'cou-pl- o you should not fall te ' Lon Moremen wna thrown off of the air, Orange, Sugar and I.ove Spoons, Bllver Charleston, Mo., last Saturday and aro of month's pay Is now duo and unmnchlno whllo cutting wheat and fractButter Knife Etc. Como and tee them. At Uardlusburcr Ky now guestB at tho Barry mansion. Miss paid. Tho Reed Congress about gutted ured a bone in his shoulder. At the eloif of luslneis Jose JJth, 1891. F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, Nellio Grjgsby will probably mako this tho treasury Miss Bottlo McGehee and Miss Nellie IMODICM. CLOVERPORT, KY. her futuro homo. Our motto is "Quick Bales and Small Proito.'V Tho Kentucky Tinning School, whose Henderson, of Irvington and Mr. George Note aid tills d!aeeiiDte4i 4418,(139 45 Mrs. It. P. McJqhnson, Miss Bessio card appoars in anotlior column, is Lyddan, of Webster, attended the conBanking boose and lot 1,697 SO a now " Flxtarei and furnltore 1,478 69 McJohnson, Miss Iiula Birkshiro and candidate for public favor j nlthongh on- cert Thursday and Friday nights. Dae froffl other bank) 17,947 06. The concert that was to bo given for Airs. Fannio Williams, of Owcnsboro, " ly established two years ago, its success Cash OB hand 8,381 71 r tho benefit of tho threo churches, and Mrs. Ilibbcrtand MissBIancho Ilib-bor- t, has been remarkable; last year every off last Thursday and Friday night, camo and ;Jlo,oi4 si of Louisvillo, accompaniod by Mr. room was full, and this summer now wasn splendid success. Tho "Opera LWIIlttlM. W. A. Smith formed a picknlcklng party buildings aro being erected to accommo- House" was crowded both nights. Airs. r Capttal st H.eOI M . nt tho Tar Springs ast Saturday. Tho date tho Increasod domand. Thu secrets Grinnell and Richardson and tho young n 7,17 H Iae dinliN , v jl of Brandenburg deserve a great Wo. i. ladles accompanied Mr. Smith to his of its success aro individual instruction s Jab Ik IHtMsaJ KY, leal of credit. TfiU ni0tntMC Imm r HfWt , homo in Holt's Bottom Saturday ovon- and keeping every boarder in tho house The young people of tho bottom had Unit ,T3 ST, ing and spent tho Sabbath as guests at with tho Superintendent, which only aro a fishing party lust Tuesday, all reported XI before been pwMtk4 bj d.i " '" vlasanssV tho hospitable Smith homestead, return- secured by limiting tho number of ca- n very pleasant day, had plenty of din' . new9fMirr ferns. ner anil was served in pIcHicstyle, several aboTf narsad I M B. keM;Chier ing tp their rcspectivo homes on tho dets. Jts course Is d signed to accommoThe tint chapters of "The bspk, d eelik)telSAr that 0i asjrv of tho girls decorated 'the table with Sunday evening trains. date that largo close that demands a grasses, and you know tue table looks otmy kpnifled.e Scarlet Letter" wttleeen Ulltf.le I roe to ttihteiU. BSAU9. Cashierand M. practical lulucoiieji, as well as tho more Invitlnif. Among the crowd wax Mini appear. debterihed a4 sworo to Ufora' me (hit, the HmiJsmI mthilwr Uni wkh to prerara Lena Drury, of Bewleyville; MlaunAhtt-ti- e ISM. I'lth day of and Dm UoGeltee, Mi Geonda for oar leading unlytHiifa. It cireuUr d Mrttie Mownm, Mm. Vouof, Miw Jae. P. Hsawtba, " ?. oni bediming t ueroan, jars, wvtfui XMnruo. 'Jv.4iMfMi lit ;jk. -jAmmu: iL i .'ii as, JxECMHHElsnBsK' i M Pleasantly in our Shady Simons, Surgeon L 31 W. JABRETT; to-d- n. S,-Clai- k J. F. Lightfoot, Physician and Breckenridge Julius Winter & Co., e01d Reliable" Olothierw Old Sol Smi; - dor. Third and Market, At the Lively-' Louisville, Ky, .! m im rigs are Mowi ixLerJ CLOVERPORT, KY. cigar-maker- s, -3 OTTIR, Ix-e- of-Bi- g, lid -- Sum STOCK LAWNS, MITIXS, Fiu .... m BEDF0RI3S LACE CUETA CURTAIN POLES, LACE MITTS, st ".. , 7 MOSQUITO BAES, Etc. well-playe- d STJLTEiaHiTa: Breckinridge Bank, B. R Beard & SPEING ""V-tJ- HAKDINSAUKG, KY. hotel-keepe- r, THE SCARLET- LETTER. 'f NE O Gi (JingMms, Ladies' Dn$ ... .. TI O S ... ff Follow the & Bank of Hardinsburg QUALITY AND PRH Chapters as They Appgar in mis Paper. ?., r t LeJ -- WITT 8i ME HARDINSBURG, f'S iM-re- . et tat-me- r.t 3ftt0Ur Keeb an Eve ir .- but!' Jh, e c :mz ?m AjbV' JBasa