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We lUiave an abundant supply of the best aualitv of wheat and can fill ORDERS Special promptly. attention given to , ors EXCHANGE Every day in the week. Respectfully, irvington milling COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KY, mmmmmMm& CLOSING OUT "i n w iri , OP THIS SEASON. Ab wp nro compelled to ninko room for otir immense Fall Stock," wo nro making price? to dispose, oI our goods, llioy kiniiAt go tint! they will go nt tlie followprices. lug-quote- d Clothing lilnglislr plivid Kuita sold for Suits sold for $4.J0 going for " " " 0.00 " ' SS.OO S'H.W. 1.88. going OraV Suits sold for S12.00 iroine for S7."0. liAll Yarn Fancy Stripo solil for $15.00 go M: lor .m.&0. ledtord Cord Suite Bold for $18.00 going for $12.50. ing for 1H. Hats! Crt'cw Crown ' novelty goola wld for Sl.'Jo for' 7.1c. l.GOsj," 'Me. Cl(lp Unta largo slinpo for lOe. sold for 'JO $1.23 forJSctfl. Derby stylo sold " " " for " Shoes , ! A S. custom hiado sold for $2.50 'for K $t.C5. Monnreli veal sold for $2.00 for $1,48. " 2.00 ' 1.35. .Kentucky lint I ninvnn custom miuio how lor i.uu tor $2.00. Liilies custom made, our own brand pold lor $2.75 for 51. OS. w FOR M Mr rfelMSl Nji'VV vtf iftiflsi ViW Bee our Special largam m COUNTER. Dear Headers. You ran judgo from wbat you liavo read that it will bo to your interewt to come anil sen up. If you can notuso tbo goods at onre, it will pny you Jo lay tliein nsido for n y5ar or o until ypu can press thoin into service. Don't full to visit us. GeoYeakel & Co., ..i "BRANDENBURG, KY. yn.n t ur ti.-..- - ...i. :!..,. on iwry nidolxMnl, - Tlio I. W. Harper Whiskey iu'eyery Medicine cjie&t. Tlio L W. Harbor whiakoy fn every club. Ih$ 1, Vf Harper whiskey on every bar. ' And all of this Wnuso it Is of ,wliiskiiH. Tho Ideal urticlo. Sold by t.i i. should bo "eliould bo , should be tho nrinro Kontufky k r tjr TriTvrATjr yf; f ptOVEHl'ORT, KV. "." i:ila Cmr, Ciindlilnta of tlici Democrats nllM in ilil limn low; nt urctilMiivvlicn tlioHUinnitr'a . witn tlio Insects nnd with tho birds. of tlinTiir Heel State. Ml II Ih made it melancholy; it gave no moro soft ' Ellas Carr, tho gubernatorial candiIn a short timo Simplicity becamo an caresses, no moro loving prattle. Illrf,tliuili:lilx. like dlnN of lH;nilliiiUM wing, (fti lick lu Hio Iiiiik n(,i! old friend of tho forest, i'hoy chatted Undino emtio ngniu to tho glade, nnd date of tho Democrats of North Carou lie look liin a koIiIuii whlcli like bo nnppuy logciucr mai u rotiDcu mm onco more .Simplicity beheld her. Wild lina, is ft practical fanner who has madft Ich ' no is a woll of tho'last vestigo of scuko. When ho with longing, ho pursued' her. Tlio money at the business, In his urliiklvil I'ltlm, mid tears will start unloft tho forest to shut himself again child, mounted on a mounlieatn, did not educated man, nnd hnd no idea that he bidden to bin ryiM. .' would bo so highly honored by his party. Tlie trcm rccuIN n i;lrllli forms liu oo It within four wulls. whothef seated at his I hear tho sound of his footsteps. Sho flew tablo or lying in Ills bod, ho was always onward, light as a feather floating in tho Tho only Cinr who wns a candidate bo- tiirouitii hie U'lxrt.: A mtrrr viilco rlnw out from wlicro nro dreaming. wind. Simplicity ran. Wit could not urotiiiul tlm vunlnlivil yiurn; At last, ono beautiful morning, ho overtake her. Ho wept bitterly despair YU. fiom tlio piift two u)Od look forth with suddenly abandoned his apartmonts, nnd filled his bouI: but still ho pressed onlovulluM nil hkIow, . And now hoforu dim ntundddticn moro n ulrl of went and installed himself under the ward, while tho forest watched with tlio lonn airo. old foliage Thcro ho chose for him-eogrowing anxiety thin insensate rnco. The an immcuso paluco. His salon was bushes barred his way: tho thorns hold Vou'd audio ! Iicr Ktundliii: 'raong tlio mnldotm of tndity, a vast glado. Long dark green draperies Her Knrincnts nf n iunlnt iW Ktylo forever ornamented tho periphery; GOO lleslblo him in their sharp embrace, grimly arin. 'i" :iWlitililMlW'',i., '1 resting ids progress tlio entire forest panMd away, Quo guuzy veil, And In hid uiiy-- u xecret 'tis, ou pjllars, interlaced liko a was in unus to defend its child. Still and of tho bright huo of tho emerald, lie kept on, though the moss grew treachktimv Is mi old, old dretu, tho weddlni; cown of iv girt towered high in tho air. Tho roof itself erous and slipjiery beneath his feot. Tlie of long ago. was-onlargo domof changeable bluo branches interlaced moro firmly and Thcro nru silver Imcklu (in her kIiocw. a dainty satin, starred with golden nails. His faced him, immovable as n wall: fallen llttlo pulr; Bleeping room was a delicious boudoir, trunks of trees threw themselves in hia Tho old, old man looks down nnd umlles, tut If illled with mystery and fragrance. Tho path; tho rocks rolled down of their own they're renlly there; flooring and tho walls wore hidden under volition and r.trovo to entrap him; tho He wiw them trip tho ".Money .Musk" hen tho Imrvcul nliKin win low. under a soft carpot of an inimitable patWlint Fnld he on the homeward ride to that tern. Tlio alcove, bored through n rock insects nipped his heels: the butterflies, brushing hia eyelids with their wings, Klrl of tho lonrf nipir by Bomo ginnt, had walls of pink marble blinded him. Nn mutter n hilt; the wedding liells rani; Joy. nnd a floor of ruby powder, Ho had also neither seeing otiKly one morn his bathroom, a Hying fountain of pure nor hearing him. still ilowonwurd. SimWhen o'er tho clover rnino tho wind toLhwtho water, a crystal bath Jost in a bouquet plicity, with nngniidi, felt that tho moullken rorn. And ho wlioort with Iwntlng heart had plujcxl of flowers. I will not toll of tho thou ment was approaching when sho would KMAS CAIIK. the bn) lull hcitti sand gallerios which crossed each other again vanish, and dcspeiatc, breathless, fore the convention wns Jules S. Carr, Htood up and blinded Ijesldo lila hrlilo-thoirf this palace, nor of the wondrous landi tho wealthy tobacco manufacturer of ho dashed on. of the long ago. CENTS. scapes, tior of tho gardens. It was one Ho heard the old oaks call angrily Durham, Mr. Eliaa Curr hns been pres.Methltikii that hll he 8lf and rocks, with of thoso royal habitations that God alono him; ''Why did you not toll us ident of tho North Carolina Farmois after llfo nt ltd decline, knows how to fashion. Tlio prince, that you wero a man? Wo would have Alliance, and h:whehl minor electivo of-- I Htlll for IiUcjchuikI hh alonolicr silver buckles Khluc; therefore could now bo as foolish as he hidden away from you: wo would havo ficea in his county. Ilo will bo tho next cannot tell you when Mio died) this only do I pleased. His father thought him changed refused to teach you, so that your shad- governor or A'orth Carnllnn without know 3 so a wolf, In his speech accepting tho rlholshli brldu today as when ho won her long into worthynnd tho sought nuother heir owed eye .would havo failed to seo doubt. of throne. inoro nomination Mr. Carrsaid: "I know how ago. the Undine of tho Simplicity wns very busy during the" spring. You camo to us with seeming to do only two things: Ono is to suiier-inten- d (! A little mlHHlcnl forth sometimes aud climb next few days after settling himself in innocence, tho innocence of tho dumb a farm, nnd tho other is to vote upon his knee; Her fUigent smooth his snowy locks, her eyes his now homo. Ho mudo friends with animals, and now today you show us tho Democratic tickot." aro fulr to bcc; his neighbors, tho booties nnd tho butter-files-. tho spirit of man. Look, you nro crushHe kisses her with youthful zest, his own eyes Thoy woro kind neighbors, with as ing tho beetles, you "tear onr leaves, yon Snuie f.incy the ehnrnis of tlie III) white maid. all aglow, much bright intelligence as man. At break our branches; tho spirit of selfishOf etliirlul fnrin and l.tngtil)iingc)e. Hocause sho U tho Imago of a girl of tho long ago. firslj ho had somo difficulty in underness is sweeping you away you would Who faints In the itirmlilnc and dronp In the -- T. C. Hurbausli In Oood Ilousckcoplng. standing thoir language, and ho soon steal our very soul I" And tho hawthorn shade. ZIxSr3-2-perceived that ho would liavo to educato added; "Simplicity, pam.e in pity. If And .ilwaj "jkt ready tei die." himsolf anow. Ho learned tho concise should desiro to Hut gin- mc the girl .if the sunshiny language of tho insects. A sound indi- breathe tlie pes fume of my starry blosA.NI) The liloiid iu whine elin cnurics health) anil cated a hundred different objects, fol- soms, why not leave them to grow freely fne. Once upon a time on an island, which lowing tho inflection of tho voice and on my brunches?" And the 'moss said: With the lgor of jonth In her tiimemcuU of S3rC?"C?"ClrS&Sr3r?& grace. tho sea has long sinco engulfed, thcro the length of tho note. Soon ho lost tho "Stay. Simplicity: como dream on tho lived a king and n rjuuen wlio liad ono habit of spunking tho lnnguago of his velvet of my fragrant caipet. In tho Oh, thnt Is the in.ildcn for me ! Sho is the girl to "tie to" for life. The son. Tho king wiM a. great king; his raco, so poor in spito, of its wealth of distance among tho trees thou canst see drinking cup was tho very largest in all words. The way of living of his now playing. Thou sickly, complaining woman may bo nn tlie realm; his sword tho heaviost; ho friends charmed him. Ho felt supremeBhalt seo her batho in tho spring and object of love nnd pity, but she ceases to fought and ho drunk royally. ly ignorant compared with them, and icnbtiug glistening pearls around Jier Ijp n "tiling of bounty" worn down by Tho queen was a beautiful queen; resolved to go and study nt their throat. Thou canst sluiro tho joy of tier female weakness nnd disorders, subject she had so many wonderful cosmetics, schools. glances: stay with us; thon shalt livo Ho was moro reserved in his relations and seo her." And tho whole forost to hysteria nnd n martyr to bearing-dow- n and thoy wrought so mysterious nnd FOR wonderful a charm that sho looked not toward tho mosses and tho pines. As ho cried: "Stay, Simplicity. A kiss will pains. !Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescripo was not yet ablo to understand tho a day older than forty. kill thee do not givo that kiss. Dost tion is a sure cure for theso disttessiug Tho son was a fool. "A fool of tho of tho blade of grass and of tho thou not know? Tho evening breeze, complaints, nnd will transform the most pronounced typo," said tho brilflowers, his ignornnce caused n certain our messenger, has ho not told thee? feeble, drooping sudorer into n healthy, liant lights of tho kingdom. When ho reserve In his intercourse with them. is tho celestial happy, blooming woinnnV Guaranteed had reached tho ago of sixteen tho king, But the forost did not oyo him coldly. flower, whoso perfume is death. Alns! to givo batisfnetion in every case, or his father, took him to tho wars. Theso It understood that ho was a sitnplo soul, poor child, her destiny is a straugo one' wars were carried on in order to exter- and that ho held tho most amiable inter- Havo mercy, Simplicity: do not drink money paid for it refunded. minate a certain neighboring nation course with the denizens of tho wood. her soul on her lips." that dared to possess too much territory. No one hid from him. It often chanced An Inipregiuililu Candidate. Flower-of-the- Water turned and saw Hero it was that Simplicity showed that ho would surprise, at tho ond of n Simplicity; she smiled nnd beckoned For the third timo tho Democracy of 553-?I- E himself a dunco. Ho saved twonty-fou- r glado, n buttetfly ruffling the collar of n him to draw near, ns she said to tho tho nation summons Grover Cleveland women and thirty-si- x daisy. Soon tho hawthorn ovorcamo forest, "Hero conies my woll beloved!" to lead it nguinst tho bout of Ropublic-nnischildren slaughter, and overy stroke of tho sword her bashfulness,' Just enough to givo AND .Tho third timo ho is summoned Threo dnys,vthree hours, threo" minutes which he was himself forced to givo lessons to the young prince. Sho loving- had tho princo pursued her: tho words from private citizenship by tho almost -- SSS-SSg&g caused him to weep bitterly, while tho ly taught him tho hmgiiago of perfumo of tho oaks still rambled around bimunanimous voico of his party, with tlio battlefield itself, running over with and of color. Tho purplo corolla hailed bo felt half tempted to turn and flee. approval of hosts of independents und blood and encumbered with the dead, Simplicity on his awakening, the green already clasped his amid the applause of patriotic citizens tilled his heart with such deep pity that leaves told of their wild midnight hands; sho tiptoed on hor tiny feet; generally, whose Interest in good govfor throe days ho could not eat. dances, tho grasshopper confided to him her smilo was reflected iu tho young ernment nnd honest administration is So you must aeo that ho wi n dunce, in a whisper that ho was madly in lovo man's eyes. not bodged in by party linos. It was my doar. with tho violpt. "Thou didst long delay," murmured tho desire aye, tho demand of his When ho was seventeen ho whb obliged Simplicity had chosen for his bosom hhe. "My heart recognized thee iu tho party thnt tho brave, courngeous, honto assist tit u'grcat festival givon by tho friend a golden dragonfly, with a slen- forest; 1 climbed on u moonbeam and 1 est president who suffered defeat in tho king to all tho magnates of his kingdom. der waist and quivering wings. This sought thee three days throe hours first battlo for tlio jooplo's cause should Hero aguin he committed many blun- beauty was a dreadful coquette; she threo minutes I" load them on in the final und decisivo ders. Ho contented himsolf eauily; ho sported near him, seemed to call to him, Simplicity was silent, scarcely daring battlo, when promises of victory aro so ato sparsely of tho great bapquot spread thon flow lightly from his hand. Tho to breathe: sho b.ido him sit by her on abundant. Tho forces thnt compel tho before him, nnd ho swore not at nil! great trees, who saw these maneuvers, tho brink of tho fountain; she caressed nomination of Cleveland will bo potent His glass would have remained always rebuked her vigorously and solemnly him with her glances, nnd ho! long'timo in tho election. Grover Cleveland will S--S- i 5 3SSt-S-3- 1 vhisporcd thnt sho would corao to a bad did ho guzo! bo chosen to tho presidency by tho largfull before lilm bad not tho king himself, to savo tho dignity of tho family, end. "Dost thou not recognizo me?" whis- est popular majority and by tho largest emptied it Blyly from timo to time. Simplicity suddenly becamo. restless. pered she.- - "I havo often seen theo in electoral vote ever given to uny candiAt eighteen, as ho began to grow a Tlio ladybug, who was tho first to per- my dreams; I wont to theo thou didst date. Utica Observer. beard, ho was noticed by ono of tho ceive tho sadness of her friend, gently take my hand: then togother wo would Such little complaints ns heartburn, queen's court ladies. sought to win his confidence. Ho an- walk silont and trembling. Didst thou Court ladies nro dreadful creatures, swered sadly that ho was as happy as not see me? Dost thon not remember headarhe, tootache, sour stomach, etc., m AND tny doar. over. Ho roso now with tho dawn, and thy dreams?" and ns nt last ho found aro not often fatal, but very annoying. This particular court lady wished for wandered through tho glado until dusk. voice to speak, "Do not say anything," All such troubles nre quickly cured by nothing less than to bo kissed by tho Ho softly Iield back tho branches, she interrupted quickly. "I am Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A.C. Iinyner prince! Tho poor boy did not dream of searched tho thicket and tho shadows and thou art my woll .Shops, W. Vu., ssiys-"I havo been afsuch a thing; ho trembled when sho formed by the leaves. Wo shall die!" flicted with heartburn and sour stomach spoke to him, and hid himself the, mo"What is our pupil seeking?" deThe great trees bent forward tho betment ho saw tho edgo of her skirts in tho manded the hawthorn of tho moss. ter to behold tho young lovers; thoy for four vonrs. Found no rolief until I gardens. The king, who was n good Tho dragonfly, wondoring ut this do- - trembled with anguish nnd whispered used Lightning Hot Drops. I enn honfather, saw whut was passing and sortion o.f. hor lover, concluded that ho each other that the souls of tho lovora estly say that Lightning Hot Drops hns OLOVERPORT, KY. laughed in his slcevo. But as tho lady was madfpr lovo of her. Sho camoand would soon fly away! All tho voices cured mo entirely." All dealers sell it. still pnrsucd tho prince, and tho kiss was roguishly fluttered about him; ho did grow hushed. Tlio blado of grass and i0 bottlee still withheld, ho blushed for such a son not perceive hor. Tho big trees had the oak wero overcome with pity: tho 25 and and himself guvo tho kiss asked for, al- judged her rightly; sho consoled herself leaves had forgotten their anger; Sim8U1VOI1SOU u Stronu; Stun. ways, to bo sure, for tlio dignity and quickly with tho first butterfly at tlio plicity, tho lover of honor of his family and his rnco. "Oh, crossway. Adlai E. Stevenson, tlio nominee for wns now the son of the forest. the little fool!" said tho king, who was Tlie leaves wero Rad as they watched She rested her bend on hia shoulder, vice president? is n mnn of education, a man of spirit! the young prince, questioning each tuft ami together they gazed into tho stroam; ability and high character. Unliko his It was ut tho ago of twenty that Sim- of grass and searching with nn eager they, smiled into each other's oyea! Republican competitor, Mr. Stovenson plicity becamo completely idiotic. Ho eyo tho long avenues, Thoy heard him Again, looking upward, they watched has held nn electivo ofllcOj having served met a forest and fell in lovet In those complain of tlio impenotrablo thickness tho golden dust thnt trembled in tlio in. tho lower house of congress. VSTUen times peoplo d(d not try to beautiMr. Stovenson is exceedingly popular of tho brushwood, and they said, "Sim- rnys of the betting sun. Slowly thoir fy the trees by pruning and cruel inci- plicity has seen arms entwinod slowly slowly. Thoy ut home, as the record of his candidacies R$n&43? & S1i Senasions. Tho brunches grow as they listed ; tho Undino of tho spring. Tri awaited tho coming of tho evening ntnr, shows. Ho Uvea in a state which tor Palmer is confident can lw carried God alono had them in charge, and was tho child of when they would blend together and fly for tho ticket. Now York World- moderated tho roots and managed tho a sunbeam and u dowdrop. away forovorl saplings. Simplicity's forost was an Sho was so limpidly beautiful that tho Not ono single word rallied tho harFornwcnknnd tired feeling, loss of nest of verdure, interspersed horo kiss of a lover would cuuso hor death. mony of their ecstasy. Their souls, and thero by majestic avenues. Tlio Tho perfumo of her breath wns so sweot breahing through their lips, mingled nppctite nnd general debility, Lightning Blood lvlixir is the bet.t tonic. It is enmoss, drunk with tho dow, flourished thnt a kiss from her lips' would cause together. wantonly; tho eglantines spread their tho death of her lovor. Tlio forest know tirely vegetable, contains no mercury or Tho day faded: the lips of tho lovers pliant arms, sought each other and this, and with jealous caro it hid its grow ever i.earer. A terrible anguish other mineral pou ons. Mrs. N. K. Allen jrpff535gS,g5sjg3-33fcfplayed mad pranks arouild tho mighty adored child. It hud given her as a held tho forest motionless and rigid. White Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning I trunks of tho trees. Tho groat trees sanctuary a spring shaded by a thick Huge rocks, from which tho water Blood Elixir is certainly tho true elixir themselves, standing calm and serone, cluster of troes. There, in tho silenco sprang, threw heavy shadows around of life. I have tided it, and it lias cured twisted their roots in tho shade and and the shadow, thorn: thoy alono were radiant in tho mo of many years' suffering. I can remounted tumnltuouBly upward to kiss glittered in tlio midst of her sisters. growing night! tho rays of summer, Tlio greou grass Idly sho floated with tho tido, hor small At hist tho star appeared in tho blue commend Lightning Blood Elixir ns n ,. flourished, whilo in their hurry to blos-Bofeot half hidden by tho ripplos, her goldpn above and their lips mot in the supremo lady's friend." the duisy nnd tho Scorpion grass, head crowned with liquid pearls, Hor kiss, nnd through tho oaks thero quivWill bo sent to any address growing confusod afr times, clung to- smilo was the delight of the water lilies ered a long sob their lips had met, und Or. mt Ability. from now until January 1st, gether on tho broken trunks of fallen und tho gladioles. Sho was tho soul of thoir souls tookofwing!stream thoy found "Literature certainly runs in the Green-smitOn tho edgo tho cents. 18i;l, for tuenty-flv- o family. The two daughters write trees. And nil these branches, all theso tho forest. Sho lived without a caro, Simplicity smiling iu tho sleep of doatli. Campaign year is now at grasses, all these flon'ers, sang; all min-glo- d knowing naught of earth but her mother, His feet dipped in tlio ripples, his bend poetry that noltrsly will print, tlio son and pressed olosoly together to tho dow, nor of the heavens, but tho reposod on tlio grassy bank. Closely writes plays t lint nolxxly will act, nnd thu hand j you must keep posted mother gossip moro at ease, to whisper low sunbeam, her father. Sho knew herself pressed to his lips wns a suiull pink and rend." writes novels that nobody will nnd tho wny to do so is to of tho loves of tho corolla. A beloved by tho rlpplo that criulled her, whito blossom, daintily oxquisito, nnd rend THE COMMERCIAL "And whut does the fntlier writer" breath of life floated low down in the by tho branch that shaded hor. Sho hod of a penetrating perfume. Translated "Oh, he writes checks that nobody will the only truo exponent of from the Flench of Kmile Zola, for voico to each a thousand wooers, but not ono lovor. shadowed coppice, giving , cash." Exchange. Shoit Stotios, ) Marion Oppor. protection and sound cursprig of U1038. was not ignorant rency in the South. The forest hold high carnival, The of tho fact that sho would dio of lovo; llnaufut. A pnin in tho side or back nnd spots ladybirds, tho booties, tho dragonflies, sho was ploased with tho thought, and Sergeant Can you explain why staff kidney nnd livordls-orde- r, -- : SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY : tho butterflies all thu .Vwutiful lovora lived in tho hopo of such a death. on tho fnco indicato officers of infantry nro mounted? Mr. Geo. 1', Kokce, Loronlz, W. I know why, but I hardly Ilka Recruit of the flowering hetjgeu hud gathered Smilingly she awaited tlio well bolovod. And oxamine it corofully at the four quarters of tho forest. One night, by the light of tho stare, Vn., says : "I had kidney troublo for Sergcnnt Come, out with Itl, Thore they cstabliehed their little re Simplicity behold her at the winding of over two years. Have tried different you will bo sure to subscribe. mostly too lteerult Beaiuso they aro publics tho footpath wre tholrguardg; Address nil letters and maku a glade, no sought her during n long kinds of kidney medicine, but got no re- fat to march on foot. IUicIiiIbcIio Volks- the streams, ttoir Mraims; the forest, o nil checks nnd hoping to meet hor bohind every lief. I was not ablo to rido horseback, zcltung, month, their foroat. Th livad''luxnr)sintly at tree trunk. Sometimes t sceme4 .to and Bcnrrely ablo to attjend to my busiorders payable, to tlie foot of the triyon.4kw branches, In him that' ho saw her gliding tliougKie Early Kisers, Early Itispts, Knrly THs-'i- u I commenced using Lightning ness. tho famous liltfo pills for constipathe dried leave! lived there se though coppice; Jio found onlyM ho grwt Kidney nnd Liver Remedy, ntul before I LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, tion, sick headnrhe, dyspepsia nnd .nt home, quietly snd by riglit of shadows of tho poplars, Bwaypdbythe had used onebottlo I began to improve Fqr sale by Short A Iluynes, Thoy had. iiko trood citizens. winds of heaven. LOUISVILLE, KY. takon fouror fivoboltles and am flloverport, and Board A Heeler, abanddncd t)io?liigher branches, to the The forest became silont uow; itmls- - Ihavn .. . Tost,cnnMl,J',or..saloJj'.alLdeiler8.iJ 32 tr insiitj'l tlio mghtlnirtleih. .Tlie fore. rplidty.- .- It- - unttmA-lvm r tn-h- s that had liUherlopnug In all its branches, on tho young prince's path. in'all its, loaves and flowers, sung now that threatened A COMING GOVEflNOR. GUARANTEE. iiuy a WEAK "'A i ' ii'nan-bvni- m pair of "M-rcn- Ea . lf IJDIHG TWINE THEM TWO MONfl I'.lllU ss low EVERY SUSPENDER M nnd i.v ns J COMES OFF WE WILLPA1 VK A 11 K IF THEY RIP IN THE KXCLUS1VK WE WILL PAY YOU FIl AOKNTS IN IF THEY RIP IN THE .SIM I.OU1SVII.I.K. WHERE, WE WILL PXTJ DOLLAR, OR (JIVE YOUyl'J TO CHESS'' PANTS. The time is here when we mait Punts nnd 'Duchen" Pants UJ as hie" with all the rest. Tool FnU sell rtgAij M and $1, sqd jou nersr In you better pair for $5. But irt are ou to "Dutcheu"fir "good (hid The' home It FULL. Every pslr. Flower-of-the-Wate- r, I lOi mm MACHINES. S ja ALL-WOO- clrl E&4Hart3:SQ reduced r.ow snrt reduced low ufiisf prices ut this season of the' supply your BOYS nqw , 'Ibo'j Send a mall order with cistf; If like too goods wp send, roturn tn back your money. , . 1 tr Flower-oMhe-Wate- r, J WEST LEE Tempo; I MARKET. !1 ThirdBetween and Fourth. -- I SniPLICITY. Flower-of-the-Wat- - PANT GUENTH ER& 401-4- 07 Flowcr-of-tlio-Wnt- Supplies s !ssss&:Srse-- Flower-of-tlw-Wat- WooD o"7E3nsrs:Boi3o izrjZ f EZfcTGKHIfcTIES: v East Main. St. u . n t From I to 600 horse power. ,v frj ggS;33lr33' DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHE BO! Flower-of-the-Wat- er E MPIRE MACHINES. Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Gri6t Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo MachinM.l 1 Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, 'S btenm and iinnu rumps, uum and Leather liolung, Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oil And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. aST PRICES and all business guarantnod to he :iMnfiwj Correspondence solicited. GIVE TJS .A. CALL. MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Kegular and Reliablo , Flower-of-the-Wat- er d! FURNITURE DEA Coffins, Burial Oask&t : Is always on hand with a full stock, including SEWING ; MACrlil PICTURE FRAMES,,. TBIMI Flower-of-the-Wate- r, Always call on him and prices before purchasing olsojjjfl means just what he says. bo undersold. M. Flower-of-the-Water- ," HAMI OLOVERI Flower-of-tho-Wat- 25e frsd3 HAVE YOU Floyor-of-the-Wat- m Tlie Weekly Louisville Commercial ' m Girl I (o) i f AQ.J-RJL- , ? o TrvJ r. h Exquisite Humor, HandBome Illustrotlono, Lacoratlnff Satire, Picturosquo Stories, Sparkling Fun, Solentino Facta, Attractive Appearance 3 OOsYCAH. Ziltorary Merit, a PApen or Exceptional ': r 3 .., , rr. a. aibnntitc, ,,... SSMPLIB FlttC. . . nu n rrviwivuir buuur . Q,V3 Flower-of-the-Wat- LOUIBVIlLt. KV. J.0. IIOUUNE, J. M. IIA&PEH, Ui - B0UENE, HAEPER, BROOKS &11 Post-ofllc- Commission Salesmen of Livei CATTLE, HOQS Altfj) SHEEP. BOURBON SJOCMJfMtDS. v , cou-(nie- bt y. ., nTMji ",'m M Id. i.Ol 'w.m. ..10.44 aa& rv Pit ' ' Eit. ........ 5,67 West...... .. 9.48 11.11) East -- 10.05 West p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. 3UNOEMENT8. rrcult Court Clerk. cd to announce It. S. Sklllman ; to the office of to the action of the De ed tp announce A, M. Glasgow i a cairaiaaic lor uircuil wouri Sion or the Democratic annouce (tranvlllc S. Ifor Circuit Court Clerk, oMfiu Dtmocralic party. i ' V. Cor sheriff. afrfto announce the lion. A. ot jlaruln county. a n to Coneresi naa rfenre e District of a..lhe foarth, action of the Democratic Ken-fth- rjfiBKrcs. els. a a candidate for Sheriff. action of the Democratic party, i. ltamv.'of Clotrnort : Char- llardmtburg; V. Scqtt Cart, of Hzcd to announce K. K. Hhodea. For Circuit Jtidg-c- . for Circuit Judge is exciting nsiderable Interest all over tho Dis trict, nnd things tire assuming a shapo of lively activity. Judge T. K. McUeath, of Grayson county, is a candldato for reelection; James Montgomery, of Hardin county, tolfl a News representative last week that ho was positively a candi-tJ- or tho placo, and said ho would send us a letter of announcement for this week's issue, but if sent, has not yet been received ; and Judge J. A. Murray, of this city, is publicly announced at tho head of this column as a candidate for tho samo position, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. These three candidates, all being Democrats, of course, will necessitate tho calling of n primary or district convention, and tho committco will meet at Hardinahurg, July 19th, for that purpose It is too lato now for tho judicial primary to bo held on tho date of tho Congressional primary, and a new dato should bo set for either a primary or convention not sooner than September, and It may bo that sovcraldays into tho month would bo better. This will givo all those directly concerned an opportunity to got their names and themselves fully before the people ; and there will be no chance for quibbling, orossertions that the nomination was railroaded without giving every body n fair showing. to-da- y iraSy L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO c KJrlAS. Mr. Eli Smith, a popular clothing drummer, visited our town this week. Quite a successful summer school for tho littlo ones closed hero nt this placo Friday, the 8th. Misses Annlo O'Brynn nnd Althn Wiles, of Payncsvlllo, are visiting relatives at tliis place. Miss Hettie Meyer nnd her little brother, Sam, of Hnmed, returned home today from attending school nt this place. Messrs. Logan Butler and son, Carman of Custer, paid our littlo town a flying trip the 8th. They claimed it a business trip, but wo havo learned better, (tho girls told it.) Prof. Joel II. Pilo, ono of Custer's popular merchants, passed through our town twico this week nnd gave us a short call on both occasions. that It has just been given out y E. II. Tucker, of near this place, will run ns ono of tho deputies on tho Alii-gpticket. Ho is n nico gentleman and will do tho ticket no harm. Your humblo correspondent hnd the pleasure of visiting Clovcrport tho 1th, nnd was expecting to tako In tho town but was somo what dlesapointcd as all business was suspended for tho dny shortly nfto'r I arrived. Ilowovor, I had tho explicit pleasure of being shown through tho office of tho News by tho Editor, who takes much pleasure in explaining everything connected witli the ofllco, which is n now structure and built of vitrified brick of Ciovcrport's own production, and ono of the handsomest buildings in tho town. Yes, you say thoy are blowing up the I have to acknowtown considerably. ledge thoy are a littlo breezy in that line, but show mo n people that would not hurrah for a town with tho advantages that Clovcrport has and I will show you a dead people. All who want to keop posted further in regard to tho progress of Cloverport and her manufactures nnd the county at large, will do well to subscribe for tho BnKiKESiiiDon News nnd get all tl)o news. to-daee WIST. Pauonger Dally arr. Urdlniburg..l2:!2 p.ro, ooixo iast. PaKiooger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg.. 7:50 n.m VBST' FOR 4fter you have Read of the GREAT LABOR RIOTS ' County Court next Monday. Miss Ella Smith returned homo last Friday. I havo a good milch cow lor sale. Godfrey Haswell. A full lino of notiorAnnd fancy goods at Hardin & Brown". Mrs. Mary Board went to Webster last Pure Groceries BteSEBiBgBagBgBgaiggaBSsgB, Of all kinds wanted at Wnero somany livoo havo boon lost, cast your oyo on this and before you purchaso a Ithotized to announce T. It. Me. tf Lcltchfield, at a candidate for re- He omce oi circuit juuge in tint, tne i uinnci, emoracinf; me counties rVHeaae, ijaruin anil uraynon. cd to announce J. A. Murray, rvcouniT. as a cantiuaie lor j the Ninth Judicial District. coun(le ot Dreckenridgc, Meade,' Ton, tuDjcci to me action oi me West & Tiiua.v, Wholesale Druggists, Toledof.0. Wai.di.no, Ki.n.vax & Maii-vi.Wholesale Diuggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal;"VathGn said to tho ly, acting directly upon tho blood and i ago that ho had not vet rM vYfnlilt1nli tlm Mnn mucous surfaces of tho system. Testiaf itli's 'Attorney in this monials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. ffliAid-lwould dunend al- - Sold by all Druggists. Lmwt (he fees of the oflicc RAYMOND. ' salary as fixed by the cannot exceed $.500 and Mr. Blnkie Head called on Miss Ticia fent. of tho fines. The Smith last Sunday. determine what per Mr. Fred Clayconib was n guest of shall bo paid the Com- Miss Janic Hendry Sunday. cirncys, but that ques- Mr. Illoom Parr visited Miss Samantha f&uccn passed upon by this matter may have Raisor last Saturday eve and Sunday. Rev. Hiram Willett will dill his regushaping tho race Commonwealth's Attor- - lar appointment at Raymond next Saturfricta in tho State. Mr. day and Sunday. rerj tne ollico licro ono Mrs Alex Hendry, who was thrown ' ...... - ulo . a vorv nliln nrou. from n wagon hibt week nnd severely j r't. is to mako tne lees hurt, is Bomewhat better. ) fctnto Ify him in prosecut- Mr. Johnny Hardesty and family, of L over tho District!iio near G uston, visited their aunt, Mrs. pmo a candidate. Len, Cashman, last Saturday and Sunday. bnbidorablo comment Mrs. Len Cashman wasseverely threatrbn tho primary elec- No ened with hemorrhage last week, but rMho Legislature. wo aro happy to learn she is greatly imWfx spoken ol it eiiher, n to thoso w ho rained proved. si better tho Primary Miss Nettio Cashman nnd her brother ;hls State, tho presont Henry, Miss Addio Claycomb nnd Mr. lo effect to do away with Rush Stiff called on Miss Mack Knott Ctgether. Tho law cm- - Sunday evo. Ft number of uuueceeearv Tho young folks 'round hear aro very Complied with in a primary. much distressed nt tho prospect of rain ecuonablo feature is tho ex- nnd "go to tho Holm's piclucting a primary under tho nic," is nil you hear from every one. Ltl all falls upon tho eandi- Tho farmers are all enjoying the rain io primaries havo 'always Thoy are through harvest and Id as tho most satisfactory have lain their corn by, and they now goosing n candrdato.'yet it think there is nothing to prevent n few Sjofisary in framing a law to day's rest. Li, to mako it so voluminous I beg lief to correct the mistake of Sabfin detail as tho present ono Tho being satisfactory to bath school being discontinued. jfrotn teachers were all out Sunday last with a large attendance. So mnny girls nil look ing sweet, pretty nnd stylish, with bulletins have given tho Sugar breath as sweet as roses. Utorial, but uikhi refined Miss Annie Bashnm spent last week K& tax of ono half a cent a rate tho average exac- - with Miss Wildio Stiff. Sho returned litis ery liousohold in tho land, homo Sunday morning nnd took Mr. Bush with her, who called on his best tax on sugar has been a year. This goes girl, Miss Dora Basham. ets of thoso who control tho Miss Ticia Smith closed her spring nnd yet tho Republican school nt this place Juno 30th. And all a groat cry about free sugar. were very much pleased with tho suc cess. Sho made n host of friends, nnd nil rrett's Girl, of Louisville regret having to givo hor up, jbs last Sunday and camo Miss Wildio Stiff, very pleasantly, engW. 'cream-colore- d gown. tertained Miss Nettie Cashmun nnd Mr. t nn'd witty as over, full of Tom Robinson Sunday ove. Mr. T. ring satire, nnd an enter- - must bo quite n paragon from tho way jiio with wliqm the News tho girls all compliment him. Miss Addio Clnycomb's leap-yea- r party !ti party this year needs proved quite a success. Notwithstanding, This ie tho only sure guide the incloment weather thero were n of young folks thero from Bethnnr cllcfripr nnd pnnntT-- number enrao Saturday morning. Somo el, who p sball liopo to succeed ccesslty bo orgaiiization. from her own neighborhood were lucky enough to get there before tho stormy among, few workmen showors came. Mueic and play were tonsylvanla, whoro Car- - tho order of tho night. Mr. nnd Mrs. is are located, will givo Claycomb and Miss Addio mailo everylariji,a black eyo in that thing bo pleasant that tjio young folks forgot tho storm outsido and report tho best of good times. h Kansas Jiavo uecia- Peoples party candl- Notice of Withdrawel. L. nrnliotilv Wo aro requested by Mr. James P Wj Tlila u'lll " lio Third party. Stewart, of Webster, to say to tho Democrats of Brcckonridgo county that ho is ie Feoplcs party candl- - no longer a candldato for Circuit Court Republican, then n jClerk. Ho thanks tho friends who havo thon n Democrat. encouraged him so far, but hls.othor business affMire prevent him from mak IRON BITTERS ing two JJglita for tho ofllco, nnd ho is LotuneM, Dyjpepilii, Mai. for now" out of tho raco with ruy ucruLbiuir. Genuine tho'Deniocrntic party, .lualnilt. Ifildasure and pride tILat tho Ltno nauio ot the lion. J. A. ithppeoplo of tho Ninth a candldato for tho ftlit Judge. . ay is a man of whpin, not Idgo county, but tlie Ninth ) entire Plato of Kentucky :.. .. ,n n.....i ft ir HUH lUtl'U - iXUlDUIUHU . . . o which ho aspires. A f Murist of rohnwn. n mntln. ..-- . jrcspeci ; rw uravo as a lion, as a a woman, as cs all the qualities re- bo and just judge. "Whilo i;k be an oflensivo one, ho een 'tt staunch Democrat, slkicn tho times tliat thous- bs uavo rapturously listcn- iisjof Democracy as thoy sent lips., With Judgo Gratic nominee thero lit for Democracy in tho I ..,. Fiiakk McGrath, of Kansas, of tho Farmers' Alllanco has renounced his allegiance to the Alliance and returned to the ranks of tho Kcpubli-ca- n party. This is gratifying news to thoso Republicans of .Kentucky, who are doing tho hypocrit act in the ranks of tho Alliance in this State, that thoy may pull off votes from Democratic nominees, and elect some Republicans and somo to the offices. These traitors to the Alliance cause, advocato tho fusion of the People's Party with tho Republicans in Kentucky and tho South, but it cuts them to the quick to see a similar fusion with the Democrats in Kansas and other Republican States. sore-hea- Satunlay to visit friends. Mr. Fred Daniel arrived hero last Friday to visit his mother. Prof. Sliocklett left Monday to visit Cloverpott nnd Havesvlllc. Hardin & Brown still lend in this town for choice family groceries. Mr. J. D. Bcelor took two car load of Hogs to Louisville Monday. Mrs. D. H. Severs went to Union Star last Saturday to visit her mother. Mrs. Rebecca McGary was visiting hero from New Albany last week, Miss Nora Vessels camo up from Owcnshoro Monday to visit triends hero. Rev. I'. E. Campbell has been absent bo vera days at Clovcrport and Hawes-vill1 e. Produce s VEST?3 FOR. and all " Suit of Seo our lino. ' In at . O - ID.. We acknowledge no superior, and but few equals. 3 '"tWJ' EEEEEJEJEEE2S52S How's This ! We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars reward for 'any caso of catarrh that cannot bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Ve, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Chenoy for the last 13 years, and him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations nmdo by their le-lio- The people at Garfield are making big preparations for n picnic there on tho 23d of this mouth. Go to Hardin & Brown's and cxnmlno ono of their Davis sewing machines. It is the best in the market. Miss Lydia Dowoll, of G uston, nnd Mrs. Bandy, of Garfield, were visiting Mrs. Hettie Smith last week. Tom Bowmer, who has been hero for the past week visiting his mother, returned to his homo in Madisonvillc. Mrs. Gross Williams, of Hartford, and MIbs Butler, of Fordsville, havo been here tho past week visiting Mrs. John P. Haswell. Tho asphalt mines nt Garfield aro now in full working order, with n good force of hands. Mr. Burl Renrd, of this place, has the contract of hauling it to tho railroad. Mr. Kuykendnll, who is confined in juil on the charge of bigamy, was brought out for trial last Saturday, but the case was continued until next Saturday for wnnt of w itnebses. One of the late additions to Garfield is a largo blacksmith shop opened there by Mesbrs. Johnson & Mnttingly. They have put up a largo new houso and arc doing u good business. The school board met last week nnd elected Prof. Shncklett, principal of tho school hero tho ensuing year. Miss Cooper, first assistant nnd Miss Bettie Taylor, of Rosetta, secoud assistant. At a meeting of tho Sunday School nt the M. E. church South hero last Sunday, to choose delegates to tho Union Sunday School Convention, which meets at Princeton, Ky., on tho 23d of August, Mr. Jesse Whitworth, was chosen as n delegate and Mifcs Tida Mercer alternate. Dr. A. A. Simons, 'of Clovcrport, was in the city lost Thursday. Whilo here ho went down and inspected a very fine saddle animal for sale by Mr. J. D. Bcelor. Wo don't know that he mado a but if ho did lie has a daisy animal nnd one that will carry him through the streets of tho vitrified brick city with all elegance and safety. Mr. Simons is n rising, popular young physician of that city. pur-chae, MULLS, MA id-Summer I l LAWNS, GINGHAMS, We have cut the pricoB until you can afford to buy whether you need them for immediato use or not. SEE AND BE CONVINCED. ,; ' , '.yV?';'; "We are in it. 99 -- ' SMART & CO., DRESS CLOVERPORT, KY. - FABRICS, AXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJfi AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVAAAAAAAAAMAMM CUSTER. John Comer will tench our school. There is talk of this town giving nnotli-e- r firm. s, I it If i l5 I, ft 1 A Republican meeting was held out at West View last Saturday night for tho purposo of organizing n Republican club. Several parties wont out from here nnd took part in the meeting. Speeches were mado and a rattling good timo was had generally. Tho club was formed with a President, Secretary and Treasur er, incy oppose niiillnting with any Third Party movement, but urged tho party to stand together. Notice Beahd Hotel. This n and popular hotel having undergone some change, tho proprietor takes this method of notifying his friends nnd tho miblic generally, that owing to tbjd co3t of everything necessary to furnislrff s table ho is compelled to change Ids rates. On, and after August 1st, my rates will bo 51.60 and $2.00 per day. Thanking tho public for past favors, I solicit your further patronage. IluitL BuAitn, Proprietor. Tills community lost a very valuable citizen last Monday in tho death of Mr. John DeJeinetto. Mr. DeJernott has been in ill health for some time, but it was only about a week ago thut a serious change came for tho worst. Ho spent a dny in tho harvest field whoro ho contracted u severe cold that terminated In pneumonia, and linstouod his death. Mr. DeJernott was a young man comparatively, nnd was full of energy nnd push, and died in tho prime of life. He was raised on a farm, but gave up funning about a year ago, and camo to town, where ho formed n partnership in tho mercantile business witli Messrs. Hens-lo- y and Jolly. After they sold out their interest in tho business to Messrs. James and Tico Miller, Mr. DeJornctto still continued with them as a partner, nnd the firm has all along dono n good business. Mr. DeJornetto was a good business man and a valuable citizen to his community. Ho leaves u wife and six children to mourn his death, and thoy havo tho hearty sympathy of everybody In this, their hour of sore bereavement. well-knowfirst-clas- pirnic soon. Cliff Pilo contemplates visiting his brother, Eli, Allen, Texas. Our old friend, Leo Meyer, Hardins-bur- g was in town Inst week. Mrs. Frank Sekunkee alms to start to on n visit. Louisville Shoes Superior, serviceable nnd showy. Sold by Alexander A Pile. Wo understand that Sidney Brack will nttond school in Iiuisville this fall. Miss Mollie Hoard, who has been some months in Texas has just returned Eli Smith, representing Wolf's Clothing House, Ixmisville, was in town last week. Mr. Lonzo Auborry, of Louisville, has been on a visit to hin mother nnd sister, of this place. Uncos Allen has boon entertaining Ills father and brother, of Louisville, for tho last few days. J. H. Pile went to Hnrdinsburg Friday to holp conduct the examination for colored teachers. Jim. Miller was in the neighborhood last weok putting up some mnchinory lie had sold to Willie Pilo. Misses Alpha Wiles and Annie O'Brion of Puynesville, nro visiting Misses Carrie nnd Beo Meyer In our Burns suburb. Tho cheapest. Tho well known and durable bnteholor brognn shoo at $l.2.r. Alexander &. Pile. Misses Meyer gave n most delightTho ful party Saturday night in honor' of their guests from Puynesvillo nnd Vino Grove. No ono has tho contract for carrying tho mail between hero and Bowleyville. Our postmaster is employing temporary sorvico 'till somo ono takes tho contract. Mias Irene Board, Hnrdinsburg, nnd .Miss Knto Board, Garfield, passed through town Inst week on their way to visit relatives. y 1 VEST n Onont flrst mondir VJiSept. Strong nnr rMr Include mnilc Blusio lPrtmonl t ft FOORDED .NEW AND FRESH I HOT WEATHER 18S4. CLOVERPORT, KY. BETHEL FEMALE GOLLE0E facultr. Klegaat building. M MOTTOl THOROUCHHEES. ltev. T. SISU'SON McGALI Kenned Christian IIoni. PpUudld KT, l'resident, norKINSVII-T.K- , "" mmimmimuBmtmBMimiiiMmmaauaam GOODS h--" JUST RECEIVED AT HAWESVILLE. Mrs. Win. Hnwley, of Atlanta Gn., is visitliiK lier mother, Mrs. A. Frecmnn. George Lawson Will Walk Again. Kov. G. W. Dennis, who was bo liaa begun to operate considerable pain, nnd not until yestor-da- y his brick plant in the western limits of has he taken any solid food. His town. physician states that ho Is now out'of Mr. Georgo Newman anil wife havo danger and will certainly recover unless maimed several weeks ago, is slowly convalescing. Slnco ho has been rolioved of opintes ho has suflbred Bowmer & ambletons I'll iiij ALL KINDS AT returned to their, homo in Irvington nftor visiting relatives hero. After being appointed a guard by Gov. Itrown, nt tho Branch penitentiary at M. Bullington has Eddyville, visited that placo and now declines the position. Cnpt. Chas. Uriedenback, nftor having purchased tho machinery, nnd tho site nonr tho Texas road in tho western part of town, will proceed nt onro to erect thereon a distillery. Henry Ilnynes has boon acquitted, by threo juries, of violating tho Ixcnl Option Lnw. Ton indictments nro pending ngninst him fn tile Circuit Court, for the samo ofl'onso, nnd regardless of Judgo Littlo's opinion tlint locnl option prevails hero, it is belioved that tho question will hnve to bo settled in tho Comt of s. THE WORLD'S FAIR. Entomological and Botanical Specimens From Kentucky. undersigned has been authorized The by tho Commission to prepare an exhibit of tho plants nnd insects of Kontucky for tho World's Fair, and would bo pleased to receivo contributions of specimens from collectors, teachers nnd others interested in tlieso lines of natural history. Full credit will bo given on labels for nil material so contributed. Locnl collectors who have specimens which they nro willing to loan for tho Fair nro requested to write to mo for further information. The mora characteristic plants nnd insects of localities aro especially desired. They may bo sent to mo freBh or after being prepared for tho cabinet. All Herbarium specimens of plants must bo suitable for mounting on sheets of regui lution (11xK1J inches.) II, GARMAN, Care Stato College Lexington, Ky. bIzo It Is Now $1 a Visit. tho undersigned physicians of Clovcrport,' Ky., hereby resolvo and ngreo to charge ono dollar per visit within tho city limits, instead of one dollar per day as has boon tho usual custom heretofore. Tills agreement to take effect July 10, Wo 1892. Speaking-- , Mr. Kdltor Please announce through the oolumnj of the Nowi the following list nf for publlo apeaVlng. Speaking will begin promptly at 2 o'clock p. m. Tuesday July, 19th Clovcrport. Wednesday ' Hock Vale, 20 MeDanleli, Thursday 21 Uudionvllle, Friday 22 23 Haturday Ouiter, Ilewleyrllte, Monday " 25 Webster, Tuesday " 28 Public ..wV well-wish- i ji. em mi, 8. 8. Wntkins, A. A. Simons, J. F. Llghtfoot, .J, T, Owetij n Jno. M. Clayton, M. D. (i ii i ii ii exhtr. Thursday " 28 Btephensport, Friday 29 au Hard I nib arc, Saturday I earnestly requested Mr. Sklllmon to assist me in arranging this list, but he positively refused, I wanted to see Mr. Olaignw biforo making mis list but taiieit. 1 trust this shall meet Mr. Glasgow's approval, and that be will accept this Invitation and spend the remainder of tho campaign with rue loolalljr, and that we will maintain the friendship that now MonloYTllle, Union Star, Wednesday "" 27 anANYILIiK P. WILSON, The Judicial District Committeo met in Owensboro Tuesday to arrango tho mutter of electing Democratic candidates for Circuit Judge ntul Commonwealth's Attorney. Tho rneo is probably mado A Call For a Meeting of The 0th np, with J. E. Howe, of Hartford, and Judicial District Committee. J. G. Tnylor, of Owensboro, ns candiTho Chairman of tho Democratic Comdates for Attorneyjand Judge W.T.Owen, mittees for tho counties of Drcckenridge, . of Oweiibboro, for Circuit Judgo. Grayson, Hardin nnd Mendo, constituting tho Otli Judicial District Committee, Hill Jones, of color, tho famed glass, nro hereby called to meet nt Hnrdinstack and nail enter was run in hero last burg, Ky., nt 2 o'clock p. in. on Tuesdny, weok for using profnno language. Mr. , July 10th, 1802, to tako action relative to Jones languished in tho county Hostile calling a convention or primary election, to tho extent of $7.00, nnd only secured to nominate candidates for tlio olllces ot his rolcnso n moment or two before a Circuit Judgo and Commonwealth's Attnnglblo connection was mnde bclwoon torney for tho djstrlct. Each Commitids honor and a complaint from Clovcr- teeman is earnestly requested to lo preGLENDEANE, KY' port, charging him witli obtaining money sent in person or by written proxy. by fnlso pretenses. Tho Democratic papers In tho district nro requested to publish this call. Hardlnsburg, July 8, 1892. W. IC. Barnes, Subscribe Now. Ch'm'n Judicial District Com. With their usunl appreciation of tho OF THE CITY OP NEW YORK. demands of their patrons, Messrs. A. IP YOU WANT 201 BROAD WAYr ' A. Co. aro still working hard to Organised ai a State Dank 1833 Under National Act 1B85, further improvo their fashion journals GO TO and to bring them closer, if possiblo, in GraDiiu, Prea't. Logan C. Hurray, 't, Oiiw jlMrj, Cashier touch Paris and its latest styles. With C. this end in vlow Mr. II. McDowell has Ten miles South of Cldverport on the CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITEP. ' just loft for Europo intending fully to . Bowling Green Road, spare neither timo nor money in adding Ho carries, a full lino of dry goods, now features to tho finn'B publications, groceries, notions, boots, shoes, lints, caps "Paris Album of Fashion" and "La Modo corsets, queonsware, knives and forks, do Paris;" witli tlieso two n premium is etc., etc. Ho also pays tho highest prices for given to nil subscribers for ono year payfeathers, chickens, eggs, ginseng, yellow FOR THE ing $.'1.50 in advance, in tho form of a root, etc., etc. highly useful work, called "Dressmaking. CALL AND SAVE MONEY. Simplified." Tlieso journals in conjuncanted 50 bead stock hogs. Henry Temple. tion with their others, "La Conturioro nnd "LaModo," mako a list of publicayear old itrntt Horn bull tions that are boyond competition, fino (honiughbrcd crov nnd weighs about 1008 First St., Bet. Jacob & College Sts., Louisville, Ky, '1 hot, l. Ilardawav, their styles aro not reproductions Km pounds. llcwloyvlllo, Ky, but originals made up in Paris and como DR.SftMUBL H GARVIN, MflNfidER. n r ?.. ' . m. . . . l.w.. out ono month earlier than dilicr fashion OTILi:. All porcon wmitluir sjnd will i ne company consist! or Tnos. wr, , it Hairrtt, J. M. I'.jupr., pltauic.ill on inu,n my aatid b.inn la potted Win. Hay. M. Schwartz. Loula and l lullui II.VEhnuu. AthptJosKJW M H. VaUar. C. T. MoocminWM journals. L , MAHVJ. MIU.KJt. JcU.rv. B. 1'. Krcte. Cherlca F. Johnson, Judge Kf something unforeseen happen. Dr, Ynndell goes further than this nnd promises the minister's anxious family that tho patient will bo able to walk without n cain inside of four months. This statement may seem doubtful, but it is nevertheless truo, as both of his limbs were taken ofT below tho knee joint, which will enable tho doctors to attach artificial ones, thereby making his locomotion very good. Engineer Wcddell, whoso engine rnn over ltev. Dennis, is nn old acquaintance of tho latter nnd his family wns a member of the Methodist church in.Tcircrson-ville- , where tho reverend gentleman was pastor several years ago. Another peculiar incident which accompanied this terrlblo accident has justcomo to light Tho samo train which so horribly mangled Key, DenniB, rnn over and killed n Methodist minister nt a small town between Chicago nnd on tho samo day. A dlflercnt engineer was hold nccountubleffor this mishap, ns tho trainmen nro always changed at Indianapolis. Louisville Times. PANIC PRICES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. yvvvwvyvvvvvyvvvvwvvvvvvvvy VVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVV,VVVrtniVVVVVV CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK Do you want to make mony ? Money saved is money made. You can save money by dealing with us. We have succeeded Moorman & Beeler in business at Glen- deane, selling goods cheaper than' ever be- fore. Thanking you for past favors and solici-in- g a continuance of same. We remain Most Respectfully, j 1 j ' W. C. MOORMAN, Capital, !$7'C0,0dpl ; The Tradesmens National Bank , jj " GREAT BARGAINS W. Stones Cash Store hmX Vks-Pm- Louisville Institute, w . LIQUOR HABIT C'S-!V N V .. r " IP ji.ANDMRS.B0WSER. THE HEAD A I " l OF THE FAMILY DAD MOOD. 18 IN no Trlet t rait suppiy out feight Underwear for yeftthor TY.btlrat all is. xno mcesi uno 01 TP.0AZ? cer shown in tho city. aro tho leaders in Mte'SMrts I Iririfc Convince Mr. Ilownor Tlmt ThlngAro Not a They Sliould lie, but no 0v Cornered Whai No Living Man CanSlanil, ICoprrlght, 1803, by Charles n. LowU.1 Mrs. Dowser realized that something was wrong ns soon as she heard bis step. Ho camo scuffing up the steis, garo tho door a kick aa bo unlocked it, and dropping his bat In tho ball bo walked up to her with soma object in his hand and asked: "Do you sco that, Mrs. Dowser?" "Yes, dear." "What Is It t" tho Fft CMjauoiAn;n. I IlWB a specialty of the reckless wasto and appalling extrara " this finon. Wo study gance prevailing throughout been housol" out tho "Does itf Well, I haven't and mako it a house today. It was very likely dropped its get tho very best by Mrs. White, who camo In this afterfeat things out. If noon." Bowser perceived that ho bad no Mr. want a shirt or tie como case, and ho had nothing mora to say until Feet to us. bo sat down to dinner. After ho had "I picked it up on the steps. It is only ft Jargcst and hairpin, to be sure, but my ll tiding it lit tuu ovj where 1 did bos a significance. It proves "A hairpin." UW .: V n n.nn.rn- nnnnniip. vi vnvvnuki )bage, MANAGER. . bis meal ho suddenly laid down his knlfo and fork and icily inquired: "Mrs. Dowser, did you ask the grocer for wagon grease or butter when you got this stufff" "I didn't ask for cither. Isn't It g "ThnrA'R no hnttpr nlinnt It. It even decent oleomargarine. It's a wo: to mo we haven't all been poisoned! J hen a roan tells me Unit bis wifo knows though to buy groceries I know bo's felthc a liar twenty-eor nn idlotl I'll bet you paid at ight cents per pound forthlgreasel" "Mr. Dowser, this Is somoothat butter you found In n dairy foutor Tvo days ago and paid thirty cents per poimd forbecauso It was so extra! Let's wel It was tho Cold Spring dairy, wasn't itf There's a whole cake of It still Wt' "Do you youl" "Yes same butter, Mr. Dowser. 1 think you got cheated on it I novcr sow a man yet who was a judge" of butterl" Mr. Dowser was floored again, and ho didn't rally until after the meal was over. Do was looking for something and be found It. Mrs. Dowser had to tell him tho coal was out. "What! What! Two tons of coal gone In three- dajs and only the raugo to uso HI" shouted.Mr. Bowser. "Thatcol lasted longer than usual, I 'think," quietly replied Mrs. Bowser. F buttcrr" Ist itiDGE 3PAY, JULY & News. 13, 1802. hst Strength in JJew York. list Mr, Cleveland carried Now the opposition of John Hijjuumir.jjui.iui iiuiuiug it candidate to draw off fcmocratic workingmen. Ted 73,000 votes in New m voto of 1884 and lost thd throueb the deal over tho ...... no Lt vvun 5p. ciecuon lor VfirV llilft.vnnr thorn inco for trading, and as this ivlrick Tammany must vin- Itrto remain in tho Demo- IiftroJfl no reasonable ques- increqso of tho Ndw York oi lvwi over (tine oi ... Kw - rk Democrats will poll Band tlroy will ho re-e- r indepwdent Republi- nsontMbqt poll tho lull fo of the Suite. Mr. Blaine U&dmirers in Now York, UVrilUpol bo able to ex- to any great ox 's friends will show nthuBiasm that tho situa- ittliey will do no more i,lg pessary to keep an idea that the Irish fk can bo controlled with "TWO TONS IN THREE DATSI" mil in largo expenditures, "What on earth did you do with itf Two Jvill bo small. Tim tons In threo daysl Are we running a power cngino In this housof q Now York field an ocean jch Harrison can Aro wo company, steamer? Aro wo a steam unlimited?" supply Ts threatened with "Do you know when you got that coalf turn. Jn a very close Hero is tho date. It was over six" "If 1 had tho money of Gould andVnnder-bll- t York tho uso of monoy put together I couldn't stand such decido tho roiiiight Interrupted Mr. Bowser as lling indicates that this he stood up and gestured with both arms Posp election. Mr. Clevo- - "Will anybody on top of this green earth two tons In three daysl" tnger in New York now believe itf the dato yourself," she said as "Look at tho careful, consorva sho banded out tbo bill. "It Is a day or "honest and pconomicnl two over six weeks. Our now girl Is very in strong contrast with economical with coal." There was the date, and though Mr. krrison. Bowser was red clear back to bis ears ho fa commercial city and couldn't dlsputa It He felt that ho must II classes will support say something, however, and so he laid It protest against the in- - down with the remarki waste! from "Nothing but msomo restrictions on cellar to garret waste! waste! and back again! How wo commands the confi- - manage to keep out of the poorbouse is a mystery to mol" Mrs. Dowser gave him fifteen minutes J Alio State as of a quiet down and then placidly observed: lmber of business men who to "I Had a man fix tho front doorbell this to voto for business afternoon, and you'd better leave mc half rather than to cov- - a dollar to pay him." "What! That front doorbell out of woies by partisanship. He will order again I" ho cried as he laid down his Br indor-ondevote this year paper. oiled either in 1884 or 1888, "This Is tho first time it has ever been Is. no prospect that Mr. Har- - out of order, Mr. Bowsor, and wo have lived right hero over eight years." Bo able to poll his voto of 1888. "Dut how did It come out of order? Who Wwlll not Btrepgthen him stood ou the front steps and willfully and deliberately and maliciously pulled and r'vote. '' until know tho Republicans aro yanked and tugged you, tbey broko the wlroj If lt wasn't then who was lt, i rf vrUIR. ii l C'Ul. mi 11110 J.11U and where were you to allow Itf" t9t l.ljjguely.'but they offer rid "The wire was worn out." ' Worn out! Who over heard of a wire . w&sfctto support n jplaim. Tlio was deliberately pulled wearing imeBtlon nuout isow out by outf It tho roots, and It can stay outl The rjjif tho Democratic plur- next thing you'll tell me, I suppose, Is that .11 probably bo tho largest nil the water pipes In the bouse have pate in any Presidential busted."the water pipes are all right; but "No, y years. The Itepuulic. the Iceman"- "What about tho iceman f My contract mako May flowers.' calls for twenty-flvpounds n day, and if ke bad colds, but Light- - he's playing roots on us I'll bunt him to grave!!.' rep8 will euro any cough, his "His bill for n month hero lt Is." rleroup. Mr. Jno. Cagoy, . "His bill! Why, the Infernal scoundrel! gtaya; "Lightning Cough He didn't begin delivering Ice until a week leg wonderful. I do not ago!" "Oh, yes, dear." i Utty'mediciuo in tlra world 10,000 affidavits that it isn't ten "I'll ljWter satisfaction. 'Will daysl takethinks you are running things He advantage of Mrs. Bowhas item t," All dealers sell and you taken I'm o patient,it.uncomplainknow ser, a "sy ing husband, but this" "Hero's the dato on my grocery book," u Costly. Thta machine will bo she Interrupted "and it's in your own y than a pony. It doesn't handwriting. I asked, you to put it down, reraemberl" & "Never! Never asked mo anything of i K noi entirely convinced) " wnft but I'm afraid the kind!" "Isn't that your wrltlngf" umlerlug big appe ''If it is I wrote It In my sleep, but It is probably a forgery, It's no use, Mrs. Bow, no use. rnigiit just as wen give sr and sell out.woNo llvlug man can stand al anil t7fnt, n yu lubber, such household mismanagement and keep flit) tne siigacew aHwawi Ma Ambition and courage. It's tho lost raoJlor from slip- - strawl I'm done!" ""'And Mr. Bowser turned around and fell npoa the lounge with a great crash, and . l' Oar. lay there for the next two hours trying to Atf ' ui VUm mt make himself believe that all husbands Berwill, llrf were maityrs and be the greatest martyr o t as-w,- sta-beri- ty -- 1 o jfiffllUc J4U4P DRINKS FOR HOT DAYS. !! ap.wap Allallial t 4!!- nnvumnr. LIGHTNING HAIH CUT William Monilo Fishback will bo tho Somo Simple And Inexpensive Sever-wair guvomuf ui iumiuwra u iu uiva, v for ho has been nominated for that post. J)a FLASH OVER THE WIRES BURNS OFF ages That Are Moro Refreshing AN OPERATOR'S HAIR. tion by the Domocrats of that state. Mr Than Cold Water. years of ngo and la Fishback is slxty-on- o (1'iom the i'hllailclplili Inquirer.) Virginia. After graduating n nntivo of The nnro nnd Tlirllllnfj I'.xporlcnre of n During tho hot summer weather when from tho University of Virginia ho, road Wandering Talcgrunher Who Wae In the slightest amount of work throws tho lnw and in 1858 located in ArlAnsas. Sad Need of a llurhor'i Manipulation, body into n feverish heated state, and There ho has lived over since. llapld Work of n Thunderbolt. the feeling of thirst is sometimes increasLightning nnd electricity havo sinco ed to an nlmoot intolerable degree, it is tho days of William Penn always been mi exceedingly dangerous practico to Initiated tho synonymous. To tho too freely in tho uso of cold water. most dangerous spot during n thunderAnd yet it is just tho very timo of all storm is a telegraph ofllco, but statistics will substantiate tho fact that no placo others when we feel inclined to consume is safer. Many nnd varied aro tho tho most, owln-r- , probably, to the waste stories told of the froaks porformod by caused to tho system through perspiraheavenly currents, but seldom is thero n tion. This waste most needs to bo mado fatality Attached to tho talo. up for in sonic way or other, but it beBetwcon tho manufactured and nat- hooves us to bo careful how wo do It. ural electricity thero appears from closo spirits nro worso than observation to bo a sort of affoction, and Beer, wine and undor cover of tho slightest storm mu- U8eIoss at such a time, as, instead of tual exchanges of confidence nro usual- allaying tho bent of tho body and quenching tho thirst thoy only sorvo to ly indulged in by them. Modern dovices, of course, havo aggravate and intensify both ; therefore, brought nbout this stato of nffairs, but thoso wlio nro accustomed to indulgo in tho most persistent assurance cannot theso beverages as a rulo should certainconvinco tho timid of this fact. Seldom ly he careful how thoy use them during indeed will tho veteran tolegrnphor lift tho koy upon which ho Is the hot season. his hand from To thoso housewives who havotoover-loo- k spelling out the mystic signs of the V. M. F1SIIDACK. tho comfort nnd well being of perMorso alphabot upon tho approach or Fishback has served In his stnto progress of tho heaviest storms, whilo sons who nro engaged in field work or loislaturo with distinction ana was tho young aspirant for telegraphic famo any kind of outside labor, I should liko fso ft member of tho constitutional con- - will sit through a storm with beating to say that when it is not convenient to ention of 1874. When ho wont to Ar heart rather than show tho whito feather provido a speclol drink, all the evil conkansas ho was strongly opposed to se- to his companions by deserting his post It frequently occurs that tho dense sequences of water drinking may bo cession. Ho Was elected to tho United humidity prevailing just, provious to a avoided by adding about a tenspoonful of 1804, but ho opposed tho States sonata in reconstruction measures and has been storm, coupled with n heavy downfall vinegar to every half pint of water. A n of rain, will entico tho strongest elecauthority on this subject rean nrdent Democrat over since. trical currouts from tho wires, and for marks that "those who havo used this It is ti truth in medicine that tho tho timo being "kills" their usefulness. boverago have found themselves moro smallest dose that performs the euro is It is during ono of theso stonns that the refreshed and less exhausted at night the best. Do Witt's Little Early Risers electric waves a"ro folt, coming nnd than when they look spirits and water aro tho smallest pilld, will porform the going, and what danger thero is is then during ono of or other liko drinks." There are, howeuro and aro tho best. For sale by Short most imminent. It was theso lulls in business, up in tho big ever, a largo variety of summer drinks.' & Ilnynes, Cloverport, nnd Beard & Heeloperating room of the Western Union Bimplo nnd inexpensive, which can easier, llardinsburg. telegraph ofilco recently, that soveral ex. ly bo made at home, and for tho benefit pert telegraphers gathered around one of thoso who caro to try them I givo the of tho "quad" tables und began exchang- following examples : IS IN LINE. TAMMANY s ing experiences with thunderbolts, Nectar This is a Blmple, pleasant and other electric phenomena too Tho leaders Will Vote and Work for drink, and, generally speaking, extremeClovcland. numerous to mention. Dissolve 2 pounds of loaf Somo of Tammany Hall's prominent Ono of tho humorous stories told hnd ly popular. men Interviewed on tho result: for its central ilguro a telegrapher named sugar in three quarts of boiling water, Sheriff Gorman I am satisfied tho Bogardus. "Bogy," as lie is called for and when cool add half nn ounco of tarcandidate is a strong man. short, is known in tho telegraph profes- taric or citric acid and tho strained juico Senator Martin T. McMahon Mr. sion from Boston to San Francisco nnd of fcix lemons ; color nccording to fancy Clovcland was my choico from tho first. from Now Orleans to Toronto, Canada. He is tho strongest who could havo been Ho possessed a roving disposition and n with cochineal, safiron or burnt sugar; selected. mind that was blank as to tho value of strain and bottle. This buverago will Deputy County Clerk Scully Wo aro money. Although "Bogy" at ono time keep good for three or four weeks, and all Clovcland mon now. Tammany will 'was ono of tho finest operators m the should alwnys bo mode n few days" preBupport him loyally. business, these defects kept vious to being required. Mayor's Marshal Engelhard My first on the tramp and from attaining any Lemon Syrup Rub tho rind of six Hill, but I will heartily supchoico was position of trust or prominence Poor large, fresh lemons, with a pound of fine port Mr. Cleveland. So will Tammany "Bogy" is now in a Chicago hospital, rounding np a caroor that should have loaf sugar broken into small pieces; Hall. moisten these with as much water as Deputy Commissioner Holahan Our been a bright ono. fighting is over. Mr. Clovoland has Tho following occurred in tho days they will absorb, put them into a when "Bogy" was in his prime. He won, and wo will support him faithfully. nnd boil to a clear syrup, Ho will receivo u larger voto in this had recently been "fired" from tho Now then add tho strained juico of twelve city than ho did in 188-- or 1888. York offices, and for bread and butter fresh lemons ; stir well ofi" tho fire for Judge Martiue If wo nro to win wo hnd drifted out to a milro.ul centering in Jlvo minutes, then pour into small, permust tako off our coats. TV fight is Pittsburg to get a now start. Ho was going to bo liko that of 1888. always careful of his personal appear- fectly dry bottles, nnd when quite cool Judgo Van Wyck We aro all for ance, but, whilo lie could sluivo himself, cork, seal and storo in tho usual manner. Cleveland now. I believe ho has tho the cutting of his own luiir was nn im- A small quantity of this syrup put into n mass of the people with him. This city possibility. Pittsburg, somo thirty miles gloss of puro filtered water immediately gavo him 13,000 moro votes in 1888 than from tho little station ho was at, was transforms tho latter into tho most deliit did in 181. It will go that 15,000 tho nearest place wherein ho could have cious lemonade. better in 1802, the tousorial feat performed. His hail Orango syrup is prepared exactly as grew, tho weather becamo hot and he Coroner Lovy It's an excellent nomMr. Clovoland is a very popu- fretted and fumed. Tho comments of described above, only substituting ination. lar man. the railroad men didn't add to his com- oranges for the lemons nnd using n smaller proportion of sugar. Clevelnnd fort. Commissioner Breunan will bo tho next president. With, nil Fruit drinks Theso aro delicious nnd Lato ono afternoon after a very hot differences healed and a united Democ- day a thunderstorm of remarkable in- extremely refreshing, nnd can bo very racy ho will carry tho stato easily. tensity camo up nnd tho lightning played easily manufactured. Put threo large Acting Mayor Arnold It is my opinhido and seek among tho rolays, sound- tablespoonsful8 of any favorite proservo ion that wo could carry tho state with ers nnd switchboard in "Bogy's" little any good Democrat. I am suro wo can 10 by 10 ofilco. Every minute tho storm into a pitcher, pour over it a quart of do it with Cleveland. Tammany Hall increased in intensity and tho electrical boiling water, lenvo until cold; then will givo him loyal support. display was grandly sublimo. As the strain nnd use. Thoso preserves with a President Wilson, of tie board of cracks of tho bolts on tho switchboard tart flavor, such as black currant, quince, health and Consolidated exchange I nm became moro frequent and tho flashes barberry, damson, etc., nre the most most favonibly impressed with the nommore luminous "Bogy," not a bit fright- suitable for this purpose. ination and am suro thnt tho mombers ened, concluded to put tho cut out plug A cream-of-tattdrink Put into a of tho Consolidated oxchango will do in tho switchboard nnd thereby Bave his large pitcher 1 ounco of cream 'of .tarter, good work in tho campaign. instruments from burning up in caso the the rind nnd juico of two large, fresh Judgo Bischoff 1 urn well pleased. lightning becamo too strong. Mr. Cleveland will receivo tho support On tho instant ho applied the plug n lemons and 4 ounces of loaf sugar ; pour of tho Germans, who nro for him rebolt of lightning struck a telegraph polo over theso ingredients two quarts of boilgardless of iarty. about fifty feet from tho ollico and tho ing water, stir until the sugar dissolves, City Chamberlain Grain, who sent a surplus olecticity camo in tho switch- leave until quite cold, then stir again, congratulatory telegram to tho nominee, board over tho' wire and "Bogy's" head strain and berve. said that Tammany will givo tho tickot was wrapped in flamo. The. shock'throw Ginger Beer Put into a largo earthenloyal support nnd that it will not only him on tho floor and for a moment ware pan the thin yellow rind nnd strainwin in New York, but in the nation. stunned him. Shaking himself togothor Comptroller Myera characterized tho ho congratulated himsolf upon his lucky ed juico of six lemons, 3 ounces of bruisnomination as "magnificent" nnd "most escape. Thero was a peculiar odor in ed ginger, 3 pounds of loaf sugar and desired." The platform, ho said, was tho room that "Bogy" could not clearly 1 ounco of cream of tartar ; pour over 3 sound and would aweep tho country, account far, but concluded it camo from gallons of boiling water, and when just Mr. Cleveland's plurality in New York tho burned silk and wax that mado np warm add threo tnblespoonfuls of fresh stato, he predicted, will be 60,000. tho covering for tho ofilco wires. brewer's yeast ; stir tho preparation for n Superintendent of Mnrket John A. Ho had just succeeded in putting his fow minutes nnd then leave it to ferSullivan (formerly collector of internal offico to rights and hnd returned to it, rovenuo) Mr. Cleveland's hold on tho after making a temporary connection ment until next day. Skim tho yeast pooplo is remarkable Ho is a wonderwhoro tho bolt had struck, when a train very carefully from tho surface, strain ful mart and I feel suro ho will bo drew up for orders. tho beer gently from tho sediment at elected. shouted tho conductor the bottom nnd put it into proper botSchool Commissioner Miles O'Brien as ho caughtsightof "Bogy." "Whoro's tles. Cork with perfectly Bound corks, I wanted Hill, but I'll voto for tho canyour hair?" which should bo dipped in boiling water didate of tho majority. in affright, clapped his hands immediately before using, secure tightly Assistant Corporation Counsel Steto his head and with ft startled ejacularlingI favored Mr. Cleveland's nomina- tion rushed for tho littlo mirror hanging with wire and storo for threo or four days previous to drinking. tion from tho start. in a rear cornor of tho offico. Ono look Strawberry water Bruiso a iound of Chief Clerk Honriuues, of tho market was enough. "Bogy" hadn't as much fresh strawberries with half a pound of bureau It suits mo perfectly. baby, and finely sifted sugar and half a pint of cold hair as a Senator Amasa J. Parker, of Albany strango to rolato the eloctrio flame had spring water ; filter this slowly through Tho Domocrats of Albany aro enthusinot fazed his scalp in tho slightest Tho very flno muslin, add a quart ot cold astic over Clovoland's nomination. knockdown blow old Jupiter hnd given water and tho strained juico of a largo Smith M. Weed, of Plattsburg I'm him had dvivon tho thought of his hair lemon, and servo. well satisfied with tho tickot and havo for tho moment out of his mind, and unRaspberry, currant or pineapplo water no doubt it will carry Now York state til the conductor's surprised cry had may be prepared in tho same manner, especibo found most all right, Now York Sun. reached him ho thought his hair still and will small quantity delicious, of carbonnto of ally if a needed cutting. Washington Star. soda and tartaric acid is stirred Into each Mrs. L. .It. Patton, Rockford, 111., glass immediately before drinking in "From personal oxperionco I writes: "Late to bed nnd early to riso will order to make it oilbrvcsco. can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparllla, shorten tho road to your homo in (ho "Bomba," an Italian Drink Blanch a euro for impure blood and general de- skies," But early to bed und a "Littlo and pound 4 ounces of sweet almonds to bility." Sold by Short & Ilaynes, Clov-por- t, Early Riser," tho pill that makes lifo a smooth paste, adding a few drops of fresh lemon juice during tho process to and Beard & Becler, Hardinsburg. loncer and better and wiser. Sold by prevent their oiling, nnd an equal weight penatorlllll Ii'rToTraltor. When poifectly Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Ueard of fino whito sugar. It ia announced that, tho Elmira Ga- & Beelor, Hardinsburg. smooth ndd very gradually two quarts of warm water, stirring briskly nil tho time, zette, "Senntor Hill's homo organ," supami when cold strain carefully and uso. ports tbo nominees of tho Chicago conA Oroat Dnnlier. vention. What othor action could reasonBoarders in ft Newburyport (Mass.) ably havo boon expected? As Tho World said on tho 10th of June: "8onator Hill honso contemplate a blackboard every has novor yet opposed or botrayod a timo they entertho dining room. it,ts Democratic tickot, nor given ono a behind n glass do'or and on it aro chalkod merely lukowarm support. Ho is not tho namos of bdardors who havo failed likely to begin this year, whop so much to pay tholr board for two weeks. When is at 'stake both for his party and for they pay up the names aro rubbed out Yunkeo Blado. him." Now York World. A Tt '$ lit: uonnm iHur iwmw FURNIBIIBl) B" REAL ESTATE AND Len. G. Herndon & Co., THIRD STREET Rental Agent cloverport; ky. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your monoy. Do you want to bay Hc.il KttateT Call on 11. L. NcJ'"i- Tin vAii wnn. fn rent a Farm f Cnll on II. !j..Nowi m. Do you want to rent Cltj properly ? Call on B. I.. Nowaoui. Do you want tlio licit and only desirable lot (or talo on Main, 50x175 feet for Cull on 11. I,.Newom. $300.00 T Do you want to buy tho Cloterport llntol, centrally locatod and doing a Urge LuilneaaT Call on U. L. Newsom, P. S. I am now propnred and havo full authority to offer aald Hotel ot a burguln. This Correspondence from abroad solicited. la a good chance to secure the best and muct popular hotel in the city, and nn price asked. Do you want a loan negotiated ? Call on H. L. Neirsum. Have you money you wont placed on Call on It. h. Noweoin. safe security ? Do you want money on short call T Call on' It. L. Newsom. Do you want to rent a house ? Call on R. L. Newsom, P. S. Oocd paying renters can generally Let me put a "bug In your secure n house. ear," It. Ij. Newsom rents property and collects th rents on a commission of ten per cent, and, routing being a specialty with him, don't yon know lt is hotter to plooo your property in Why T his hand than to rent it yoursell ? Uccauio he Is controlling a large amount of g renters find property and t..llling It "unhealthy" and be soon geta rid 'of them. Newsom hears but few complaints from good renters, but the "howl" comes from thoso follows who do not want to pay, and to such he Call on Somebody Klso. tays Is Newsom hard hearted? Not especially so. He will accommodate you If you pay for it, and provided you stand to your side of tho bargain If you don't liko his way of dealing Call on Somebody Else. "Oh I Sympathetlo hypocrites ; when your sympathy gets above your judgment don't blame the landlord quite ao muoli, but call 'round at his offico and drop in $5.00 for the special object of your sympathy and help, pay his rent. It will be iliding the loss on bad Don't renters, and thon you will feel better. let the landlord lose it nil I 1" P S. The above scripturo Is adJressed tn tho heathen genttlei. It. h. Uewsnm has about sixty renters and To good he don't want any but paylDg ones paying renters he will tako special pains to make them comfortable. Do ynu want a bouse built and pay for it in monthly Installments ? For terms Call on H. L. Newsom. power engino nnd Do you wjnt a forty-hors- e Call on It. L. Newsom. boiler. Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and Stave and Heading Factory with power Call on K. 1. Newsom. atUchcd? Having nbout thirty acres of city lots he would soil a few "slices,''' and If you want a Call on K. Lj Newsom. building tut Do you want to pay your city taxes? Call on lt. h. Newsom, Havo you claims against tho city treasury? Call nn tho city treasurer and he will tell you that lt. I.. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, always keeps said treasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from cities abroad and prompt remittances inndo. Many thanks for the largo patronaga I bavo enjoyed. ' Genera Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Re1iable.and pronttit. Carh with every count aile. Consignments solicited ac- nr 1 1 a Tl li in 1 II 11 LOUISVILLE. KY., Juljl2,ls. Shippers should mrk nil jtoku04 plainly, with shipper's natno and pddre.'. 1IUTTKK. Choico, country .Medium Common... .r. Creamery i ,...,. 7! , in; 5 14 MILL. MANUKACTUltEnS OK (j 2U Qo EUOS. ill Efeih Old Hens Roosters ..... .,, ,. POULTRY. n tili 3 40 to 3 1i 2 01 to 2 25 2 50 to 3 HI) 3 00 to J Oil 1 00to 1 75 2 Ml tn 3 00 2 00 tu 2 50 45 Ming 7 Lare Springers Medium Springers Small Springers Live (Jeese (feathered) i... ,.'. Live (leese (plucked) FEATHERS. Prime, white gote Mixed Old No. 1. duck ). .., 3 2630 16 25 Qj) Q 6 15 Qj,3v HIDES, Green, rood Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, good Sheep skins, ., d , 4 6 Q4 B (Yp 8 ,. WOOL. II 25 (r4 Sit 30 (ii)'M 21 ((t) 22 18 fa) '..0 well-know- WJaw MM .... i Gtease, Hue. Ure.iso, coarse Merino Hurry and Cots Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb , , .,.. ,fc. 15M1H 12 (of IB DRIED APPLES. QiM4liHiff,6, Keep constantly on hand a largo stock of .'. . Fancy Chopped , Peelings Evaporated, tn sacks PEACHES. Halves, per lb " " . to 3l to $li 3 to 3' SJ to 3 1 to H 1 lit 1J4 3 to 5 1X4 Ay't 2 liro-ball- Quartors per II Peeled, per lb Pears per lb Blackbcrrios per lb y , IH ti 3 3 to to to SH tu 4 to '!,, ift 2? t H HAY. GRAIN. FEED. We quote prlcei on Loutsvlllo wharfs HAY. 12 P0 (ty tt Strictly choico Unoice run. 2 J,. 10 50 M II i Good Medium Good Bright Straw Choice wblto Choice shelled OATS. 10 00 fa) 11 VI 500 CORN. Qi) 5j Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPORT, KY. 50 52 S3 55 35 74 71 No, No. 2 oats 361' , hlm-alwa- No. 2 WHEAT. Long Berry wheat. MISCELLANEOUS. 2 Red Tallow, per HI Beeswax , Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. " Poor to tned. Mich. Home Grown per barrel From storo 2c to 5o per i 4 '4 21 fa) 'itl 20 (m 25 " Nor. Ind- - ' 44 :li 40 I Ml IT? (a) 25 BEANS. Michigan, hand picked Atidiaua Navy IM 1 Pimples, Black IN M 3 J SisZffi v r- Mpt ji Boils, " Common nnd colored ,. 1 Flat nnd mixed ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival " " from storo CABBAGE. Per crate from store I tn 50 to 75 to 65 to JO U 1 I I 1 76 6tl 00 00 ' Ms, FACT w to 2 i0 to a 75 , I 50 to 2 50 Womnstnllhovo now, rich blood, which Is rapMly miuli hy thnt rnmnrkublo propar-ntIon.LUtlCIT'O KIF237ES ELOOS BmOSSZ. Vat tlio Bpmxiy euro or frcroiuia, wasting, Mnrcnrlnl Dlwaso, Ernritlnna, L'ryBlpcIafl, R. L. NEWSOM. Louisville, St Louis & ' Choico Choice Green CELERY. Fancy whito plume, per dor- - " , 35 to 411 20 t 25 10 to 20 , Texas R. R. Co. THE LOUISVILLE ST, LOUIS Kill LIKE, , inhml lTHE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. . flTTSBUROH. Uo.kI. Ef. V.ilitj't Slcol Coircier In tho est rumeuy tnat can Riw&yR iw roucu upon. DrnimtfltA imll IL IfcTO. SCHEDULE TIME Tailing Ilffcct At 5:00 o'clck A. &:. Vednezday July 29. '51 Entt Uounti Traxnt Wtit Bound Traint 18. (L. E.JfcST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST IT 18 A DtIT V ron ntvo ynnmrlf nml family to got tlio tiCBt thIiio for your moner. Kconomlzo In yonrfootwrnr by purc1innlii(r W. I.. DouglnN Hhoca, which represent tliu bmt valnn for prices naked, oh thousands will testify. LINE TO ., 51 82 $5.00 Of $4.00 Mm Atmt; ..!,... '": Itxpr'a Rxpr'a Mall & STATIONS Mail A r, St. Louis, Evansville South-West- .j Eapr'a Expr. AND ALL POINTS $2.50 FOR $3.50 fjaw,. 9V' ar M&W FOR LADIES 00 v?z 50 m $2.00 Dally Dally Dally Dally 1 (X) 'J (Cpre. 825pm 7 4.1.1m lv.Un'n Dp'L.ar 81)0 850 Kentucky St. 12 45 6 40 7 20 7 21 8 41 8 45 West and Time-car- 42.25 $2.00 rLN VI $2.00 $1.75 FOR D0Y5 DB.1 tX f W $1.75 SES 747 757 807 811 817 847 8 900 908 917 9 21 9 26 Hock Haven Long llranch West Point Howard 12 C6 12u2)in 1138 11 W 1111 1102 10 63 1045 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 10 01 8U6 8U2 d in Effect Seqt, 1890. . JM MTn V 8 27 8 37 931 9 44 Meade biulnga 1125 1119 Kkron llrandenhurg Uuttnn Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg 747 740 731 7 27 723 715 655 Lv. Louisville 8:10 a.m...n.2 p.m.., 4 2J p.m.! o.s) ptn ...una a tn Arr tit. I0.00p.ij Evansville 1:20 " For further Information, call on or addresi LiO'-'l-s 952 10 UO 6 48 Ul U vSfpiaBBJBBaaf!SVjBKrN gift 911 9 21 55 THE OTHER Hl'EQIAT.TIES In footwear ureot theaamo blgta grade, and represent n money value charged. Boo far beyond tho pricesbottom of each that name nnd shoo. . nrlcomo stamped on TAKK NO HUHHTITWTK. W. 1.. KouBlas, UrocUton, Muaa. Sold by W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cENtttW BEST SHOE Il.iwiucr fie 925 9 30 946 1951 lOOl IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET. 1010 T018 1024 10 28 1031 1050 1102 1111 1123 1131 1140 llaiiiblcton, Cloverport, Ky. l" PILES ABBOLtTTHLT ITCHING PILES 1010 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 10 60 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 HK-- m 12117pm 1216 1227 1230 12 46 Skmple Stcphensnort Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Hawesvlllo Kalcon Cuyco I'mvera " l'ierce Holt l'etrle 967 9 41 933 920 9 20 640 631 626 618 613 610 567 553 5 40 R.A CAMPBELL, Geu'l Pass. Ag't, Evansvillo, Ind D. P. ., Louisville, Kyj Cor, Th.rd A Main fit J. B CAMPBELL, CltyTlcket Offlce,S. Louisville, Ky. YY. 915 9 09 630 6 22 6 1ft 611 6 4 4 4 05 48 35 25 SWAYNE'S 1155 OURB0. ttUilsti iUivmI. TMITOMS-Mal.tii- ral M Blaktl br Unjia tunora form and htnu tUktar moll wr.o uruhT. it rtrndA. MtMM Tarr !hlna;ana nUuorbr u' InH I nasketta 1220im 125pm ar.llendera'n lv 715tm 315pm 1205pm 111 104 Mattlngly Stanley Worthingtnn SpotWvllle Owensborn I'atea 851 8 37 8 27 To Advertisers If you wisb nnd need Instruction, oo.--.d ono dollar for our " Hook for AlvortlRera." A littlo study of that book will cnahlo you to decido what you ought to do, and givo un idea ot tuoprobablocosU 815 8 06 7 65 7 37 7 29 413 4 0J S55 3 37 3 29 to advertise LouisvtMe.Hardinshurg&Western No, 2 TIME TABLE. H, R, If you instruct u? 20, 1891. TAKING EFFECT WeatBuundTralna Dally I Dily ox bun. ex Sun. No.6 No. 1 12 12 1 JULY Hast Hound Trains Daily Dally ex bun. ex Sun No. 2 Nn. 6 U30im I.v Irvlnirton Ar 930am STATIONS, to placo n certain nmoutit of advertising: for ou In tho way wo think will do you tho most Rood, you nliould Bund nn explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make suitable nrramrcments for payment. luururuer wia men rccmvuuu mo attention that It requires. i? prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to bo told wliat papers you should use, nnd what tho cost will be. wo will furnish tho advertisement and tho plan either or lwth.nnd submit them for your con t (deration, togothor w 1th our bill for tho service. 10pm 42 18 1225 1 30 148 155 Oarfiild Darned Hardinsburg Kirk Jolly Glendcane Dempster Kockvale 8 35 815 7 50 7 15 7 16 lv If you wisr advertijrcrrjcrjt 2 ISpui 2 60 S 02 ar 1'allillough Iluth Asklna 644 634 6 14am 664 5 29 6 21 6 00 311 Oaks 400pm Arl'ordavllleLv 3 29 445am For preparing GREGORY & CO., Headquarters, for atlvertiserrjtjptjr, BANK OJ Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich ifjan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Darrel, Piaster Hair, electrotypes and estimate the advertiser pays u. Forthocxpcnsuof )Iactn(( advertisements ami watch-n- g the fulfillment of contractu wci arepani dv a commission aliowol by mepuuiisneroi mo paponnwnn mo uuvcrusonient appears. nil the Ins and oats of advortlsln without anv cost or trouble, ren VlttNTKiis' INK regularly, carufullr. etudloiiBly j Issued weekly, $3 a oar. If you wish a oomplcto cataloeno of all newsnanen. rend 25 for tho Ameri can Nowepuper Directory. tor any further Information address TO, EXPEL SCROFULA take from the system, HARDIETSBUHG Capital Stock $25,000. D. If you want to learn I Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring alOrders ways kept on hand. by cash prompt ly ailed. F. BEARD, President. aiMSaa ww Bright people are tho quickest to convention in unanimously nominating Hiinnvon. a good thing and buy it. "Wo Grover Cleveland for president will be fire Kaetmy, sell lots of bright people the Little Early commended and ratified by tho DemoItttlnr gmwally look IUers. If you are not bright tbeeo pills cratic and conservative element of tho oountry, Hudson (N. Y.) Register. lotUimutbUwmr 1m is to aUiiBy be U yvill make you bo. S$okl by Short & Hay-ne- s, i'Uiw (wt too soon." Cloverport, and Beard & Bo61or, If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your itung. Uardineburjc. blood la thick arjd sluggish ; if your ap4 petite is capricious and uncertain, you Mil ...A IMI CIYlMd Stand forrrlnlla. neejl a $arnaparill. For best results Cleveland stands ,or the bone and Wtfu.-S- old by jShort & Hay- sinew of the party and for its principles take,De tftft oommeodad themselves Be, Cloverport, and Biard A Becler WM 0f9 l.Whenitwa vh sev vuo too later of all. ; A Patriotic Candidate. Tho pAtriotio action of tho"Chicago Seir Kvident. Ho Havo I got to toll you that 1 love you? Sho Oh, no. 1 guess you've been making a fool of yourself long enough AVER'S "blood-purifier to satisfy papa. Life. Sarsaparilla the standard tonic. WIMj MILLER, M. II, BEARD, Cashier. "I O. W. BEARD - Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDOE J R. M. JOLLT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- GEO. P. ROWEL.L. Newspaper Advertising 6- - 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK, "A largo number of Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. FRUIT 'Hardinsburg TREES At the W. W. BROOKS,, .''''? f..r Bureau, C. urdwniok,hrd 4ird It is fl fixod and immutablo law that to havo good, sound health ono must havo pure, rich and abundant blood. Thero is no nborter nor surer route than by a couree of'Pe Witt's Sarsaiwrilla. gold by Short A Ilaynes, Cloverport, and & Heeler Hifd.lmh"Wi' ,. ' m Oures Others you. will cure , It and 'v A Nursery, t PHOTO & AR1ST0 ARTIST For next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything we haven't on hand, ve will procme-for you at tho, low;i rates. 2ACK. GREEN, Wiwu, rtfJBjMMSMtfcSjftr f..fc.u . ....nAiWVafcl tfWHoal, homelike. Military school with collaa- WyaakarliailUAi ajalii)l last. war. Py i mwf V Hi r Manager HardlBsburg Huttttj, . XARpiNsuima l4i:'lr''", TOnaHaan lULHT aaaaanp Mck .w.swl MiMOtMna enatomer 1'ortr.tK :.- otqyuato'nT, ky. - A Tr (ice tqr L.T-- w wrcmtJuugo tr SllL is - cxcwnKtih, TBK Ul - r V mitwwtr "I MfeaSVi" ; ' SMHpT Tr"jjjHJHiiwni!iiii 7 VH 7" - ' H lHM - ' ' "- -' 'Ci-WLr- i'.iJ Vine VI 1 fM The County Primary. , 1 Pursuant to a call of Chairman W. K . Wm. J. VIfr. Johu M. Borntracger Henry Winter. nia.i.fdik, of Ni'btiu-ka- , is visiting Barnes, tho Democratic County Commitrelatives here. tee, met in HnrdlnHburg Monday, June Mrs. Rettio Smith, of Louisville, Is vis 20th, nt 2 o'clock p. in. The following Ring friends here. resolutions wero ndopted: ?'!-$ff-J Jtrsolnd, that the Democratic CommitMr. Ma8onn Fontaine spent the 4th tee, of Breckenridgo county, hereby with his family here. order a pilmary election to be held id Mr. Stewart Owlngs and wife, of Wolf each of the voting precincts In tho counCreek, were in town Friday. ty on Monday August 1st, 181)2 to nomiy for tho first time nbout reduced Wo "shoot ofT Miss Ella Dowden visited friends in nate candidates for tile ofllces of Sherifl tho Upper Rottom last week. prices. Sinco taking inventory of stock, asNJs our custom this nnd Circuit Court Clerk. Mt. Stirling, Major C.W. Fowler, of The dfllcers to hold said eh etion to be season of tho year, we find ourselves with nWo goods on our was hero tho latter part of tho week. two judges nnd a clerk at each voting hands than wo caro to havo. Other houses ha been advertisThe Mbses Mattingly, of Garrett, were place, appointed by the committeeman ing reductions overy day for a month past, said reductions, howin Die respective precinct. in tow ii tho latter part of tho week. The polls bhull be opened nt 7 o'clock Hon. T. Kendall,, of Ellzabethtnwn, ever, only existing on paper. When wo advertise luch an event In town the latter part of. tho week. a. m. and remain open until ! o'clock p. was it means something more thnn newspaper talk. Our, priceB bem except the hour between 12 nnd 1 Miss May Ola Ashcruft is visiting her o'clock, nllowcd for dinner. will Bo "shaded" considerably. Pities who ginning grandmother, Mrs. Cave, near Upton-villAll Democrats legally qualified under Mi'm Rose Crittenden, of Fmnkfoit, is reductions holding off for our usual "btock-tnking- " havo been :U.S. Claim & Pension Agent tho guest of Miss Allieno Murray, this tho Constitution and laws of the State as Charlie Caspcrke returned to tho city electors, shall be qualified to voto at this will now plcaso como forward and make their selections. city; last week after a visit of several weeks at election, except as follows : No person OUR MAMMOTH STOOK' OF STEPHENSPORT, KY. Mr. Sash Simmons, of Irvlngton, went homo. sm shall bo nllowcd to voto nt this election, to BL D. er. Oklahoma last week to visit his brothMiss Rettio Clarkson left lost week for unless ho shall havo voted for John an extended visit to Eliznbethtown nnd Young Brown for Governor at tho last M Surgeon Phllo Duncan Hawkins Russell Hall, Big Spring. general Stato election, or shall bo shown of Union Star, is a guest of his aunt, Mrs. CLOVEUI'OKT, KY. Mr. and Mre. Crawford, of New Al- to the satisfaction of tho officers to be h Babsot, the hotel keeper. W&TOfficc at Home for the preterit. bany, nro nt Mr. A. Moremen's for a Democrat, Mrs. W. I. Smith and daughter, of stay of bcvcral weeks. AH Democrats having attained tho ago Must Be Sold at Oncq, and wo propose to lead! Cannelton, were the guests of Mra.Ulrich News. years since tho last gener. Prof. Murphy, tho principal of the of twenty-on- e Farber last week. female collego at Russelville, was bore al Stato election, and all Democratic WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1802. youths who will be entitled to a voto at Mrs. Margaret Pretze, ofOwensboro, sovcral days last week. was a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clias. May wife and daught- - tho November election shall bo considerMr. Gcorgo Sanders, LOCAL BEEVITIES. last Thursday. cr, Miss Ellen, of Louisville, spent lat ed qualified voters. Poll books shall bo sealed by the Mrs. Graham Polk and Miss Rose week nt Mr. A. Moremen's. Lunch room by Mrs. E. A. I'attftibn. Judges of the election immediately ujion FOR THE NEXT TMIKTY 1JAYS. Su' 3 Polk, of Tobinspoit, ppent tho day with Irvington Blacksmith Shop. left last TuesG. II. Cnspcrko and wife, GLENDEANE. Wantko Dy bonlers by Mrs. E. A. Mrs. Farber last week. tho closing of tho polls, nnd shall bo dewvrM To tho farmors and othor persons livday for Fairplay, Col. Mrs. Casperko livered on the 4th day of August 18!)2 to I'attison. ... Special Lines of , residFor ing in tho vicinity of Irvington, who ' An infant child of John Keiser, expects to remain for tho summer. The Mountain Ilouso is still on the tho clmirmnn of tho County Committee j, it. w. homoi, oi i.oiiibviiip, was in ing on tho comer of Elm and West First g may wish nny tiling dono in tho Tho baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ditto and the Committeemen of the different boom. .uiocity Mommy. lino, I wisli to say that I havo lias been very HI 'or tho past week and precincts constituting the County ComA. h. fowler, of Cleveland, Ohio, ww streets died Monday evening. Mr. John Dean has returned from bought tho shop at this placo and am In, tho city Monday. Mr. J. 31. London nnd daughter, Lula, is etill very sick, not expected to live. mittee or authorized proxy shall meet in London. now prepared to do all kinds of work at John-- " Hardinsburg, Ky., on that dav at 2 vinlt- - of Addison, wero in tho city yesterday Mr. nntl Mrs. Mark Wedding are Mr. Robert Stone nnd Miss Ella OOME AT ONOE TO ; Miss Carrio Owen is- - very fond of very reasonable figures. Tote Paul is Iflng relatives in Rome thin week. nnd paid this ollicc a pleasant visit. son, of Grahamton, wero married here o'clock p. in. nnd count tho vote, nnd "milk shako." my woikmau. Givo mo a call. 'SSI. Sklhner. the xhaved lionn limn, of Rawllngs nt the tho candidates iccoiving tho highest MiNfTT.lz7.ic May Gorden, of Cnnnelton, last Thursday by Judgo ' ,... : .,.. ... ;,... . i,, T. J. Adkisaon. Mr. W. C. Moorman, of this place, is J number of votes shall be declared the "em. i.oini, was in uni city .miniiuy. enmo up and spont tho day, tho guest of Howard Hotel. quite ill from chills. NOTICE. ollicep Jte conrcntrated eurativo power, ninKcs Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. May last Tuesday. Mrs. N.E. Reese, of Columbus, Ohio, Democratic nominees for the Tho mission to havo commenced on Mr. R. G. Robertson has returned Oyer's Ktrsapiirillit this best blood purl- is nt homo for a stay of several weeks. named above. tho 20th inst. In Cloverport has been Mr. Geo. C. Patton and Mr. James Kim lor. from Fonlavillo. Resohed, that the secretary bo appointhomo on nccount of wim jf. l'rof. ShackleU, of Hardinsbunf, was in Fisher gave an enjoynblo entertainment tho illness of her littlo brother. ed to secure tho necessary poll books nt Miss Nolia Dean anticipates a visit to postponed by the Diocesan Missionary until later in tho year. i tho Fisher residonco ..i.jiiu.fc Saratoga in tho near future. the expense of tho candidates. ui inn to several friends at in liiu Mr. and Mrs. Toonoy and their daughton the pike, ono night last week. " 'Tis Bkkckk.n'hhhu: News, Jtewhvd, that tho .w'""1' Miss Allieno Murray says er, Florence, took a trip on tho packet to sMi6s Eliza Newton has erected n por- - Miss I.aura London, of Addison, who Evansvillo and back the latter part of tho the official organ of tho Democratic parook's Cotton Root lends enchantment." , mo in iroiu "i iter mmn'iicf, unci in hns been visiting in Henderson, is ex- week. Misses Mary Pusey, JJdaiiaynes ty, in this county, bo requested to pubSuccess to the Nkws. Three cheers rjKoing to lay a new side walk. pected homo next Satnrdoy to meet her accompanied them lish theso rules nnd proceedings. for Cleveland nnd Stevenson. COMPOUND. Mrs. llosinu Ilaminond, who box been cousins, M!hscs Artie nnd Nettie Ren-net- t, and Maud Ilemdon W. K. Barnds, Ch'm'n. as the guests of Miss Florence. A recent riKcnvery by an flit Mrs. R. H. Moorman, of Cloverport, is visiting Mrs. It. L. NewKom returned to N. C. Mosoly, Seo'y. be the guestp ph)i.li I in. Successfully used of Hartford, who will visiting her mother this week. innntly by tliousjndg of Jier home at Dale, Ind., Monday. of the Mioses I5iulon for several weeks. It the only perOctl Miss Amanda Dean has returned from safe and relfnble inedicinvA Comparison. Mrs. C. D. Temple, of tho Cloverport Hcwarc of unprincipled druggists dUcoverua. Miss Annie Hnmbletnn, a fair and aca lengthy visit in Owensboro. Jllotcl, vinitcd her brother, Mr. .1. W. complished belle of Sorghotown, who who oiler Interior medicines in A Newh representative inado a flying -:- orthlr. Asx subCotton Itoot Compound, near Yelvington, last week. Mr. Junius Owen says "Of all the flies for Cook's inclose (i and 6 cents inUkc no in As wo have not seen nny items from trip through Hardin and Grayson counpostage stitute, or has been visiting relativis and friends in letter, nnd vc u 111 send, scaled, by return mall Dr. G. W. Rial and family, of Cannel- - this city for several weeks past, will thic place for several weeks, I thought ties last week, and he does not hesitate the "Mu.um" is the sweetest.'' Full county ladies sealed a particulars in plain emclopc, to only, stamps. to say that ho did not find n better town that n few would bo acceptable. Tiie rain in this section of tho (ton, who have been viaiting at Mr. Alex. home Saturday, and will be accomAddrci I'ond Lilly Company. Cloverport. !oyiH, returned to their homo Monday. panied by her sinter, Mrs. C. E. Light-foo- t, did a great deal of llamiige to crops last No. j Fisher lllock, Detroit, Mich. Miss Rettio Young is visiting her aunt thnn The comparison can bo justly made week. I'V . Mis8lnfiu .nllcist has returned from who will remain several weeks. at Cincinnati. VjMi I5 about ns follows: Elizabothtown is n In visit to IIcmkLHon 'and was accompan Mr, K. C. Lowis, tho dashing young C to nnnounre the denth Mrs. James Hendrick 1 rm i d l.i nnd drummer of Cincinnati, was In our midst ied home by her cousin, Master Marion of We nre pained in Rhode Island, wife of Kansas ami Oklahoma. .. is visiting in city of family carriages, uners many inuuecmenis w purcnnBors. uio gooua iiu Mrs. Morgan, g people, politicians and last week. .Mr. Morgan, the Superintendent of the desirability nro nt Uio top, while prices havo reached. Iho'bc Amelia Ashcraft was the guest of .Miss blind tigers. There aro plenty of good Safe and sure to regulate the bowels, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Reid will leave for Acme brick works, tills city. Mr Mor- Julia Simmons Tuesday. business houses, but they don't seem to Col., .Tuesday Ayer'n Cathartic l'ills never fail to give gan for this season's Goods : home, UFunta, left on tho east bound express last be doing a rushing business. In fad the their satisfaction. Keeommended bv eminent Mr. Albert Hambric spent several days morning. Wednesday evening to try to be present whole town seems to bo a littlo slower week. Physicians. Sir. C. W. Roherteon, of'the engineerat the funcrul, and has not yet leturncd. with Mr. Jesse Ashcraft last than it should be, with its population e Jlr. D. W. Kaiilelgh and family Misses Vina Basket nnd Lucy Young nud surrounding good country. ing corps, is visiting his home nt Civil Engineer, R. N. Hudson is busy pi Louisville, m rived in tho city lost tliiB weok. Brandenburg. attended tho concert at Leitehfleld is a city of nice homes, 1 light and are now the guests of .Mr. and now surveying the streets and establishMr. Venn Moorman failed lo d'feovo ing the corners and grades. The survey Miss Lillio Cowley is visiting her (lowers and canary birds, a good hotel' IMib. J. D. Habbage. the vast dillerenco between a lightning of our citi- brother, Mr. Len Cowley, near Salem. discloses tiie fact that scveial and some politicians too. Business Misses Anna Clayeomb, Uolda Oen- zens hnve their fences in tho street. seems to be on a drag, though there are bug nnd the star. Mr. D. S. Culley, of Cloverport, was Erliifr, LulaSkillman,;On.'i Clayeomb and These, of course, will hnve to be moved. ,MihB Edna Robertson has just returnsome good stores. It is the opinion of tho guest of Miss Alma Ashcraft the 3rd iesfiio Mays were tho guests of Mrs. tho News that they surely don't ndvei-tis- ed from a very pleasant visit to friends Mrs. Dr. Wntkins and children, Mrs. and 4th. Illarnoy Holder lust week. at Mt. Washington. A BIG BOOM IN JEWELRY. itching of the scalp, falling of tho It. R. Pierce, Misses Georgio nnd Ida The Mr. Lon Richardson, of Brandenburg, Cecilia is a village of summer boarders Miss Lutio Moormnn has accepted a White, Misses Josio and Annie Raitt, is Don't you want to see toinetblng that wl'j air, resulting in baldness, aro often (piite a punctual caller in this neigh- and a place where travelers stalk about for W. C. Moorposition as Mihs Annie Rartles, Mrs. It. P. White, match the most brilliant pyrotechnfcal dislused by dandruff, which may bo cured borhood. impatiently nnd "cuss" waiting for n man. Success Lutie. play j Have you an eye for the beautiful T Miss Ijiurn Wilson and Will Pierce Ly using Hall's Hair Ronower. Miss Mnttio Ashcraft spent Thursday train to get away on. formed an excursion party to Louisville Mlw.. Allieno Murray. Pearl Miller Have you a taste whlob ia cultivated, artistic Fayno fe Co. sold a new Aultman West Point is died several years nnd Anna Hambleton nre visiting Mr. J. and discriminating T Whether you answers on the City of Owennboro last Thursday with her cousin, Mary Ola Ashcraft, of tnylor thresher to John Hates & Co., of from this city. to all of these questions aro in the affirmative ago, and dog fennel nnd jimson weeds A. Dean, of this place. Brandenburg. Pie Tar Fork neighborhood, nnd it arriv or not, you will take a good deal of pleasure In aro blooming o'er its grave. Miss Beatrice Brooks, of Louisville, is Mr. J. O. Mnttinnly has bis hotel m al Monday. It is a nieo one. looking over ur stock of Jewolry. We aro Maj. C. W. Fowler and wife were in Cloverport is a city with Btreets crowd- dor good headway. It will bo ready 'or visiting friends and relatives in Guston not In the habit of putting much fuaa and the city several days last week visiting Mr. 0. Johnson, representing tiio Iron ed witli heavily loaded teams, large occupation about Aug. 1st. neighborhood. feather Into our printed announcements, bo kind Dryer Company, of Chicago, was in their old friends. Major Fowler used to Misses Clara Anderson and Bco Brooks manufacturing establishments, big buildbe the principal of the Cloverport High Mr. Tom. Owen, Owensboro, is visiting causo tro believe In inclining what we av, and city Sunday, the guest ings filled witli merchandise and mnung-e- d ft rVvi- - Saturday and .... 4 r I?:..!..... 111. .1, School and is now principnl of the were thegucsteof Miss Nell Henry MonMr. Jowe L. Owen. We hopo thnt Tom. saying wbut wo mean, but occasionally, we I llllUil by hustling business men. VOIltp11' J lailL'l, ll UIU T...,.. UIIUH The urn Kentucky Training School, at Mt. Ster- day and Tuesday. rapldily recupernto ,wlN in our havo soiuo speoial Inducements to offer, and tfecU ork- sic of the saw and tho hammer rises will this happens to be the case with our Souvcr Mrs. Nancy Ashcraft and son, Elijah, ling. His many friends hero nnd in above the whir of the carriages and the midst. luc George Graham hauled i,(YM) pounds nlr, Orange, Sugar and Love Spoons, Silver Meade county will bo pleased to hear spent Saturday aud Sunday in Oak A party composed of W. J. Dean, Jr., Mutter Knife Etc. Come and tee them. songs of the birds, though wo havo them tttf wheat from tho depot to tho granary that he icports his school at Mt. Sterling Grovo neighborhood. W. lo no day lust week at one load with his in an abundanco too. The black smoke W. C. Moorman, T. W. Owen, C. F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, Misses L. E. Cowley and sister, Lillic, rolls from the throats of Dean and E. L. RoberUwn made a flying Id anw pair of mules, that he bought a few in a prosperous nnd growing condition. OLOVEItPOIlT, KY. numerous Tho first kiln nt tho Patton brick and Alma Ashcraft were visitors of Miss stacks, while the screams of steam whis- trip to tho Fnlls Sunday afternoon. jhofrioks ago. tles and tho hum of machinery constantrcssa Alias Addio unto, oi Jxnusvllle. is In works has been opened nnd it is an ex- Lucy Hendrick Monday. Mr. Frnnk Dean, of this placo, is in Or the Condition of the Mrs. Leo McCall, of Louisville, is ly lloats upon the air. They wero inL1, to 10 city, tno guest of ncr sister, Sirs. J. cellent uniform burn. Hnrdinsburg and wo judgo from the fintRabbngo. Miss Ditto will be ono of tended for building brick witli which to spending tho summer witli her parents, late, that he This comparison is not over drawn, pleasant smllo ho wenrs of build other kilns, consequently wero Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hendrick. ,froio Maids of Honor at tho Sherman nnd is just as it will appear to a strunger will soon launch upon tho nintrlmoninl AT CLOVERPORT, KY. not burned hard enough to vitrify. .towmcr Aveddlng. ' Tho farmers nro nbout through har- visiting theso nico littlo cities, if ho sen. At the closo of business June 30, 1892. T Judgo.7. A. Murray lias moved tho L They nro beauties and n splendid article, vesting, wheat being tolerably good con- keeps perfectly Bolier, Asocial was given at tho residence of and reads as lie ' Ibjicif liis dwelling onto another lot nnd is and .Mr. Patton is greatly elated ovor tho sidering a great amount of smut. $ 45,100 00 runs And he'll have to keep sober in Mr. Eli Denu last Saturday night In Capital stock iMiilding another addition to his house. success of his first bum. There is no Deposits 174,577 67 Wo havo had several applications for Elisubothtown and Leltclitield or drink honor pf tho Misses Anna Hambleton, iftho L will bo converted Into n residence such thing as a failure in tho brick busi- our school, and wo hopo tho 23,000 00 tho meanest liquor that a man over at- Sorghotown, Pearl Miller, and Allieno Surplus fund Bame teachness nt Cloverport. (hi hich will ho for rent. 4,814 00 Slurray, Cloverport. Tho young people Undivided profits er that taught tho last two sessions will tempted to cnthuso himself witli. . Dividend No, 8A, 4 per ccnt.'duo errA J . II. M'ons. oi iniisville, was In tno enjoyable evening. Miss Katie Kowmcr, not only one of still bo our teacher. all report a very 1,804 00 July 4th, 18U2 Ho had a littlo "dorg" Cioverport's fair belles, but ono of city Monday. TAR FORK. tho Mr. JesBO Howard and wife, Miss Pearl Taxes due July 1st, 1802 Rev. Charles Miser was in this vicini4t 08 with him that looked liko it didn't havo most beautiful and accomplished young Miller, nnd Miss Allieno Murray, of i ty several days last week selling the is here. So is our stook of Afonough clothes on It to pass muster in a Indies in tho land will bo married i of in the hook, Llfo of Spurgeon, but wo think $219,774 75 Total, Thero is a large acreage of tobacco Cloverport; Miss Annn Hnmbloton, U mixed comany of Indies and gentlemen. Elm Street Methodist Church Sorghotown; Miss Carrio Owen, Glen-deanthero was another attraction also. planted in this community. LMlllltTIKft, a Airs. Jiurtelkamp nnd son nnd Sir. and evening nt 8 o'clock p. in. to Mr. Walter IIi9,S04 01 Mr. Tom. Owen, Owensboro; Notes and bills dUa't'dsX Wo had quito a largo attondanco at Rov. Dr. W. 0. Camp, of Dickoyvillo, :MrH. Louis Steibling ami children and J. Shorman, of Dallas, Texas. Mr. Sher2.572 25 Messrs. Harry Monroe, Jim. Dean and Dank fixtures and furniture t I r . II iiftiifv.. Sabbath school, Sunday. Mr. Henry Ind., is visiting his Rev. 0. rrcainsicr iviiuo r.issoninenger, nuoi ixsuis man is a nnd prominent 3,335 14 . Junius Owen, of Glendenne, wero tlte Banking house and let i.i, 1m Irvine, were me guesus oi .ur, iiiui .tire. young man of Texns. Tho wedding will Ashcraft boing our Superintendent, nnd W. Stone. 158 02 littlo party that spent the day at g'in'l Suspended debt Como and cxamino our goods for yourself, IPhil. Ditzeuliauch Bcvcral days last tie un elegant nllair and thus a brilliant lie being well informed, makes it very Several crops of wheat in tills neigh- Nob last Saturday. A n exceedingly good Donds Wo havei tlrt 25,881 04 . interesting. week. borhood were so badly infected with smut time wns had by all, regardless of the Overdrafts 531 71 lot of star will bo plucked from tho society cirof tho Christian Church, cle of Cloverport. Mr. Sam Dugan is very low with typDr. llcrry, Due from Banks 33,8118 31 that they wore not Mrvested. rain. Cash nn hand hoid fever, two physicians have been in 18,923 27 land tho Rov. J. D. Harncd, of tho Cum- If ybu want ehenjr dry goods, grocer Mr. Henry Carmen, tho borlnnd rresbytorinn Church, will begin attendance, Buich nnd Dugan. Wo ies, notions, hats, shoes, eorsots. mediBIG SPRING. Tothl, J4,774 75 Third Party man, dropped into tho Nkws regrot very much to hear of his illness, I a Berles of debates tonlay at Shrowsberry, I, A. II. Skillman, Cashier olvtho above cines, etc., call nt 0. W. Stone's cheap nanicdlmDk do solemnly swear that the above county. Subject, "Cliurcli anil olllco Monday and passed a few words as ho is ono of our most nmiablo young cash store, ten miles Grnj'Bon Harvest is about over. South of ClovertitemeEt Is true to the best of my knowledgo 'Church Ordinances." Tho debate will with tho occupants. Henry says that men. nsr Tho whont crop is good in this section. andbollef. port, on tho Bowling Green road. usr a? A. D. SKILUIAN, Cleveland is guru to ho elected, but it tj,iafit six days. Cashier,. Several in this neighborhood attended Born, to the wife of Pell Simmons, n Mr. Willlo Pate, of Cloverport, called will not be the Democrats that do it. Eubacrlbvd and sworn to before me, this, the Prom tho out look now, it seems that the' entertainment nt Brandenburg on us a few days ago. Willie is a good boy Juno 21st. 1st day of July. 1892, Cms. D. Skilluah, in tho city. Wo offer you bnrgain? in both 5 will bo no languishing tills som- - He gives as his reasons that tho Peoples Thursday and Friday nights. was boy and we wish him thnt success in It N. P. B. 0. Rom, to tho wife of Ben. Condi r, a tho want of amusomont in tho Party will carry Kansas, North Dakota, quite n success each performed his resllfo which ho so richly deserves. Cull fine boy Juno 28th. Statement or tho Condition or the ' jUUty, Rills ara out for picnics nbtho Georgia, South Carolina, West Virginia pective part elegantly,, and Miss Agnes again Willie. Tho big rain tho 10th damaged crops following places: Mooloyville, Satiir-da- y nnd other States, which will throw the Majin deserves special mention. From another corrc.pomlent considerably in this section. July 30th ; Garfield Saturday July election into tho House nnd assure I At Ilrtrdluabttrir, Ky., Mr. Ellis Roberts is employed to tench Clovolnnd's election. Should this pre23d and Samplo July 30th. Ben. Clarkson lost a lino mulo a week At the close of business Juno 30th, 1892. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small PtrfrM.'- our fall school. 3 diction prove true, tho Democrats won't BEWLEYVILLE. Wo truly boliovo Do Witt's Littlo or two ago from over work. msouaaaa. Mr. C. W. Stone is building up n good Karl Risers to bo tho most natural, kick. Our town is being grately improved Notes and bills discounted $08,039 45 Banking house and lot In the dry goods nnd grocery' busiwith a now cont of white wash. host effective, most prompt nnd econo- ' 3,597 SU Tho Hon. Sidney R. Hatfield, of War-ric- k Wow goods at tho Cash Store this trado Fixtures and lurnlture 1,478 59 ness. hnical pill forbiliousnesH, indigestion and Corn and tobacco look well In this Due frnm n'hor hanks county, Indiana, Democratic candiweek. Dry goods, grocorics, etc. 17,'J47 tin Cash nn hand Bnnctlve liver. For sido by Short & Hny Mr. nnd Mre. W. W. McClarty, of section for tho cultivation, it has had. 8,381 71 date for Circuit Judgo in tho district just Now opening a nice assortment of lies, Clovorjwrt, and Ik'nrd & Ik'eler, across tho river, was a passenger on tho Mr. E. W. Jones had a sythingccrndlo Whltesvillo, aro visiting their daughter, Total, men's lints, which makes with those now 100,044 31 Btolen out of his barn ono night last lllardlnsburg. City of Owonsboro Sunday. So was In stock n largo" assortment of fur lints, .Mrs. T. II. Rates. I.UBII.ITIF8, Tho stock holders of the Irviugtou Cruflon Cunningham, and the two wero week. Capital stoik Mr. Geo. Phillips little child, who bus $ 25,000 00 wool hatu, straw lints, black hate, white tm Duo dep.siturs ICrcamcry Company met last Thursday entertaining tho other passongers with n 70,317 94 hats, brown lints, bluo, gray and red boon quite ill for two weeks, with flux, is Dividend No. 3 Due July 1st - spirited debate on tho polltlclal Issues 0 ' I1 ind took prQliminary steps toward incor4 per cent. of hats. Hats for old men. Hats, for young convalescent. 1,000 00 their plant. Tliey ndjourned tho day. The barkeejKT, Max, andu men. Hat for boys. Largo hols, Undivided profits 3,7M 37 Mr, Joel Kcennn, who recently resmall Iporntlng Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. again Sntimlay for tho purjioso few CloverporterH chimed in while the hats. Good hats, cheap hate, sorry hats. turned from Bremen College, will not Total,'$100,044 31 at electing olhcers Ac, but tho News has beat lay at tho wharf. 'V! When alio left Hats good enough and nico enough for tarry with us long. Ho contemplates X M. II. Heard, Cashlor of tha above named not hoard tho result of the meeting. bank, do entewnly 'wear that the abtf state, ho Clovcrpoiters dropptd ontjOf course, the King to wear nud mean enough for traveling. When Babjr wm lok, we grave her Caetort met t Js true tn the beat of my knn'wledite and tlxe but an long an tho 1km t was insight, the the peasant. Cleveland hate tho mean-e- t When alio vru a Child, he cried for Caetorte, belUf. .M. H. BlUitO, Caahler. Foit nvpnisiA, lUtUOitluti, and Htomacb ilMonlort, fake excitable gestures of tho other conteslooking hat you ever saw, Como When ahe beoanae Jllsa, obe oluog to OaMorta, BuWrlbed andiiwara i before w this, the i jimiiu jo norrow Hoion for a term n( i, Jabisi u iiiun tants showed that the interest IjadJiol quick and get one before they aro all . lid, wiinvn It, JI hcrbotllo. (JennloeliM. Jl.H HI o H.t COM. liKoreM, on gniui real When ahe twut Children, sbe gave tbem Caetorie. t m If eoli c.Utu MinrtUHKi) Htuilty. aililr al. ui crWt4 rtilJlUMOn vera abated. ,wld. All at Utuh Storo prices. .Jo. P, HsaviLL, mmunvi;j Ntwi, , Clayton. Dr. J. BPiaYSiqiANSURGEON. I' f R. E. Moorman was at luihio Srt M. leo cream at Mrs. E. A. every evening. Omce.il fir. WliStr'i nlil ilttml mi ttiiiri J. M. Rowers, of Iouisllle, was in the city yesterday. OLOVERPORT. KY. A Uniforlned Rank of the K. l"s. is H A. being formed hero. R. II. nnd W. C. Harmon, of Louisville, were in town yesterday. .l OANNELTON, IND, Mr. F. J. Ferry nnd family, have gono duiU JDRtlo to order in llio bent style. to Michigan to spend a few days. j. erid lit guaranteed. Union solicited. Mrs. J. R. DcIIaven is in Lou!hi11o visiting her son Fred. M. D. A. A. Mrs. Martin, of Rrandcnburp, is the puist of Mrs. Amlel Oelze. Miss King, of Morganficld, is visiting L WJke over, Itrtclcnriiltjt Batik. KY. her sister, Mrs. Tanner, this city. CLOVEM'OHT Miss Mlattio May, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of the Misses Hall. n'sV f RANDENBURG. JJBJ1Bim y I JIlflT lmlP I Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. K1RST," ODR HBST GDI.I to-da- 'Physician Surgeon J. W. JARRETT, e. to-da- J. F. Lightfoot, Physician and Breckenridge Julius Winter '& Co sO!d JRelinlle Clothiers CLOTHIN Lively Da SUMMER Oor. Third and Market, Louisville, Zy. m ...... black-smithin- WMIU KY. i v . SULZER'S STQ CLOYEBPORT, .V"t iiin-ii-c- dis-tan- OTTIR, !.t-di- n. sandy Hill. ro-tu- lid " Sum 1 STOCK a ,. well-dresse- good-lookin- Glen-doan- LAWNS, MULLS, " e. BEDFORDS, book-keep- LAGE CURTAIL CURTAIN POLES. LACEMITTS, MOSQUITO BARS, Etc. Breckinridge Bank, B. F. Beard & HARDINSBURG, KY. .... ...... ... SPBIM o; I well-know- n son-in-la- new goo: o xo Cfingliains, Ladies' Dress (Joodjt s. M Fror Bank of Hardinsburg QUALITY AND PRICE! WITT & MEA n HARDINSBURG. KX iuk-i.Kii.t- tfoL Prinli'nJ Latest Bone at ESKSK -