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Ilv Lai'ha K. Guav. At home it away, In alley or ttrrrt, Vhenccr 1 cli.iiiro iiktliN wlilu world meet A jjirl llut Willi, l I'ulillc. BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. CLOVERPOBT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892. sleeping qunrtcrs. t was honest hi wlmt J hnd said. As soon ns 1 remembered the pianos I wns sure that tho xlnglug uobe enmo froiu them. It no doubt looked reasonable to the sailors ns nothing more wns heard fiom them that night. I wns off nt 4 and on again ut 8 next morning. The breeze hud died out and we were on an even keel and not making over two miles an hour. It had come 0 o'clock. The captain wns overhauling Homo papers in the cabin, the men were nil ut work on jobs nnd I win pacing tint quarter und keeping un eyo on it bit of sail JitHtnliowIng to windward of us when a shout of tenor rang through thu ship. A hand named Thomiw Hums hud been into the forepenk after something wanted ou deck, and it was ho who called out as he tumbled up nnd seemed for n moment to contemplate going overboard. The yell Drought the enptulu on deck, ami then the story of the strange noise-taout. lie wns furious. Hums deck A thutu human voice had called to him while ho was and the rest of the crew utood by him with rounrd to the. Hinging mid praying, but tho "old man" wns mud enough to kill soino one. lie drove I hem forward nnd then followed tlt'iu up and cursed and berated them lit Ilrlstol fashion, and ended up by threatening to put any inuti in Irons for the rest of the voyugo who let It lie known that he heard tho slnglug ugnin. The cnptnlr of n ship knowH vcrylittlc of (ils mun, as he never comes In contact with them. As tb'tditysiuid nights passed nnd our eaptulu heard nothing fujthcr from tho men be began to toast of how ho had dissolved the mystery mid put Jack's superstitions to flight. The second mate nnd I knew altogether better, however. Tho queer noises still continued, and the men hnd liecomo so rnttled that the watch below smoked their pipes and kept very wide awake. The discipline of the ship was being upset by a mystery, and I am free to confess that It was a mystery which nlso bothered me. On two rtaJT occasions I hud entered the fo'castle and plainly heard tho uncanny sounds, but was not itblo to locate them to my satisfaction. I was pretty sure, however, that they camo from the forehold, and one afternoon I told the wiole story to tho enptulu und suggested that I he forward hatch bo removed and nu Investigation made. lie flew mad at once, and began le rating me fonnold woman and i graveyard sailor, mid then he went forward among the men and told them lml run the bark ashore mid be hanged to her le fore he'd, pull off a hatch cover. He thought that settled it, but he was mistaken. It wits the captain's watch always held by the second, mute from midnight to 4 o'clock ex,t morning. It hud become almost a dund calm when I left the deck. Hvery .man of the second mate's watch wns up Isifore him, and I noticed that none of initio went below. What happened half ,nn hour after I had turned In gave tho captain the greatest stirprlso of his life. Mr. Groat, the second mute, wns pacing tho quarter when ho wns suddenly seized, gagged and lwund, and a voice, which ho recognized ns tho carpenter's, cautioned him to bo, quiet or he'd go overboard. All sailors nro light sleepers, but officers especially so, nnd why It wns that neither tho captain nor I woke up during the events occurring ontleck has always been n matter of surprise. The men brought tho jmrk to the wind, got tackles aloft nnd hovu out the longboat, mid wo slept right nlong without Hearing n sound. They filled two breakers of water, took such provisions as the cook, who was In with them, could lay hands on, and by 1 o'clock they wero away. The steward was the only one left ImjIiIiuI with tho ofllcers. After the men left Mr. Grout mado efforts to free himself, but without avail. lie could not even roll along the deck, as he had been lashed to n ring bolt, At hnlf past 3 o'clock the captain awoke und went ou deck, nnd when tho wholeuiTnlr became plain to him he nearly fell down in a lit. Our position was off St. Paul Do Ionndo, fairly in tho pathway of truffle, but yet we realized that wu might knock ulsuit for n nionth without- - sighting n sail. Nothing could bo been of the Ionglsjat from nloft when daylight came, and tho first thing wo did wns to reduce sail so that we might possibly manage the bark 'ti case, of henvy weather. The breeze freshened wjth the sun, and ns it was fair for the const, which was itliout COO miles nwuy, Mr, Grpst nnd I supposed of course tho captain would attempt to work her In. He hnd different ideas, however. Ho wus very quiet nnd humble over the first shocks Then he let loose mid did swenrlpg enough to Inst ten shipmasters ou ten long voy. ages. Ho declared he'd navigate the bark to Liverpool if it ook flvu yenrs to mnke tho voyugc nnd if he never got nn hour's sleep. j We hnd Just goP her off on her course, and the old nmu himself was at tho wheel nndsllll HWearlug, when a strange figure emerged, from the fo'castle nnd came lift as far ns tho mainmast. It was tho figure of n woman, but her fuco was so white nnd pinched, her eyes so lnrgo nnd glnssy, nnd she reeled nbout in such n manner that I, Who wus nearest her, wns ten seconds iu mnklng sure the wns even a human being. Thu minute I taught sight of her parched lits I run to the scuttle butt aud got her a panakln of water. It wus only n drop to her, nnd she hnd b wallowed fully twoqunrts before I choked her off. Then I signaled tho steward, who wns now nctlng ns cook, und he brought her n big hunk of meat nnd a couple of biscuit. She nto like a wolf, and It was a good hnlf hour beforo alio spoke a word. Then It wns to say: "Ah! me bye, but Molly McDnvls begius to feel llko her old self once morel" It wns the Irishwoman we had refused to take nbonrd. ut Capo Town, and after thirst mid hunger hnd been satisfied she told us her story. The last time she came aboard the men were at supper and tho cargo nearly stowed. She had her plans-a-ll made, and she slipped down the after-hatcwithout being seen. She mndo her way over, thu cargo to the fo'castle bulkhead, mid there took .up quarters among the Iwiles of dried cowsklns we hud stored there. She had brought with her four quarts of, water nnd two loaves of bread, Intending to Iki her presenco bo known beforo site suffered from hunger nnd thirst. Sho was .dreadful sick when we got to sea npd her. groans uud prayers nnd .laments were heard in the fo'castle. When sho got beer she sang to Veep herself company. ,Sho mado tho bread and water last her a Week. Then she tried to attract attention by rapplug ou tho bujkbend, but the frightened snllors.paId.no attention. She hail j pocketknlfu wth her, nnd " the afternoon of tho night they abandoned the ship she cut the bands of four bales of skins nnd moved them awny, nnd then attacked tho bulkhead. Sho was all night cutting through the stout planks, nnd when she, appeared on deck sho hud been forty hours .without food or water. I expected the captain would giro the stowaway woman a blessing. After sho had finished her story he did start In to, bnt she could utter five words to his one anil she soon tired him out. Ho sent her to the galley to act ns cook, aud I Jou't put out ns he pretended to be- .- Thus fur, ns you have seen, lie-lotblnk.htt-wasasinuc- owe tl.C'l OL XVI. tu tlimij;Mlc, or a Ixij tli.it' in My Tho managomont of cclioi unnly, mother'! cMUI." I litHrt "'Tin Home Ami when ourbusiness, we aim first at the HIGHEST i uivHeitti ni X Whose hearts have prown hinlcncil. whose nuirlu lmc crown rolil,-Il- c it v mil. in all Tnllcn, or man all ilifileil, A Milcc whlir kiully, "Ah! nome miitlier'i child J" No matter how lar from the rlfjlit the luilh hac ee tho rolled, o'er whom lonj; inri klriljcd, No mallei what InroitU tllshonor made. m.itUr wli.it clement h.lnkercd Klin' hath the Mime- And'second at the n le.irl t Though tarnltlied and miIIIkI, - Wo' believe our in both of "these directions have reaohod a point that annot be surpassed by our competitors. ors rip Tlw M. n LOWEST No matter how w.in.ini hl fnotnttpn line In c n, No matter how deep he I mnken In ln, No matter how low In III standard of Joy ; TIioiikIi guilty and loithsnme, he' Home mother's lny. That head hath been pillowed on tenderert htc.mt, T' at form hath heen wept o'er, those lips luie'lieen pressed, That (ul hath liccu pr.iyeil for In tones meek and mild ; Then, lor her sake deal gently with "Koine Mother's Child " could Identify every mun. Uhiii reporting the liout to the rnptnln he swore by the big horn spoon that he'd not take u'muii nboiinl, but when the boat hud come within hall he changed Ills mind, and her ctew wcie seeu tumbling over the rail and glad toget aboard. They hud gone oIT Intending to make thu coust, but hud forgotten to take a compass mid been willing almost at random. The "ghost" was there to welcome them on board, uud when they got her story nnd realized how idiotic had their action, no set of men were ever more disgusted with themselves or more anxious tontouo for their doings. Molly MoDiivIm wns safely landed in Liverpool, nnd when wo mndo up n pur! for her tlmt she might have tltno to turnaround, I liclleve the cnptnln put In ns much nsnll tho retof its. though lie wnved her nshora nnd culled after her tlmt he'd hnvc the law on lies If sho wasn't out of Liverpool Inside of nn hour. tho second day of our shorthaudedness wu hud hnlf a gale nnd n tumbling sen nil dny and far Into night. We were under very short snll. but the bark Hwnrmeil nlong nt a good ruto of npeed. The captain meant to kicp our course nnd speak the first sail wu met uud nsk for two or three men und touch ut Slerre At sunrise of the third dny I went nloft to sweep the sen, und the very first object to catch my eyo wns our longboat. She wns to tho eastward and windward of us uud Waring down across our course. She wasn't over three miles nwny, nnd with my glnss I Till!! LIMEKILN CLUB. BROTHER TALKS THE WATERMELON. GARDNER ABOUT ll Sailed OIT .1 oh n sou's Argument Tlmt tho l.oril Mndo Them, nnd ThcrnfornTlnit Any One Cnn Help Hliif n l)lcrt lsn NO SULKING IN NEW YORK. $a Borders Special promptly. n.r.r.nnt.ion If tou have not Keen oir latest price list se d for it. We have in abundant suppV of ne Dest duallt of wheat and iriven to 0 A SEA GHOST rOWA STOItY. BY II. Hill I'leilgcs the. Vote of thu State to the Nominee. "I pledgo tho electoral voto of tho state of Now York to tho nominoo of the David ul self. ICopyrluht. IRrJ. by Chnrlm 11. LohIs.1 "Am Snwed Oil Johnson In ills hall Inquired Brother Gardner us tho secretary announced that there was no further business on Ids desk. Sawed OIT, who Is 'a man only five feet high, with great breadth of beam, wus nn the back row of bejiehen and hud just got ready for tils second tinp. He waited long enough. to tighten each suspender by two Inches fjud then sculled up thu ulsle to tho presidopt'H desk. "Ilrutlder Johnson." said Hrothcr Gardner nrifllie looked down nixm him, "I war In de grocery de odder night when yo' cum In dur'jtu gut up u dlsciiHhun wid n white was In the shudderof u box o' litn.ii. an !' didn't see me, but I heard nil yo' snlir Yo'rjirgynient wus on do snbjlck of wnte nlillyoiiH." "Yes, sail." " o urgyflcd tint de Ijiiwd made do wntcrnyllyou, an durforo anybody could neip iiiski'ii. "YcsjHuh, tint's my opitiyon." "An lu'r oplnyou hnln't worf shucks, loliusoiil He Lnwd dun made ilrtidd apples in tutors an oranges mi slch, but whnr d yo' git yo'r right to tuke 'enu lie Ijiw I dun made de nlrtli, but kin yo' git nny bf it widout cod-fis- h A Mnluo Oiiterinitorlul Ciuulldilte. Charles P. Johnson, whom tho Democrats of Mulnohavo nominated for governor, Is another of the young men who linvoljecome prominent in politics. Ho iu nut tinrty-tnrw- ) years of ago. He is n lawyer nnd nn teacher. Hogrivl-nute- d from Bow-dol- n college nt twenty, nnd after touching school und studying luw '1 for several years, i,(fi located, In IfcttfO. lifts 1 n Wutorville, where lie still lives. Ilia most c Y. Joii.nkon. iinjiortant offices have been those of city clerk and city solicitor of Watervillo. Mr. Johnson is u fine campaigner und the Democrats expect that he will make great inroads upon thu lnrgo Republican majority in tbo npproncbing election. ol 't COME OR s , S' SEUD A r'Wm Coinblniitlon. MAIL ORDER TO ouisviSle's Piifiial An 1 hereby submit the following ns un appropriate way for tho Republicans to o put tho names of their presidential upon thoir Kinncrs: nom-ince- lxwislve Greatest ing House, mis is our new House into?. will move next spring. "Wb make a regular customer of veil you'll try us now we will bo certiui it. While in Temporary tjtinrteji selling goods more to advertise o! than for proljt, and wo arc getti first class notoriety out .of our Pom money for what you iie64; 'kindof clqtliing and if you ,tldpT wjitw wo send you, returriit iviwt" return your inonpy. . . TTxiuusoh -"- A Skat" in Jmo World Now York NothliiK to I'enr. Is in himself n n popular canso upon.whicb it can npiienl to a couutry already enlightened, the Democracy luw nothing "to fcur. Now York Times. With u candidate who fortiessof strtmgth.and VESSEL WAS ABANDONED A FRIGHTENED CREW. EXCHANGE -- TSvery day in the week. Respectfully, 1RVINGT0N MILLING COMPANY, TOVINGTtM, KY. CLOSING OUT ALE! OF-TH- IS SEASON. wo nro compelled to inako room for lir immense Fall Stock, wo nro making fciiVcs tq dispose of our goods. They sunt go and they will go nt this follow- wy-- ut quoted )riccB. Clothing going for $'VI9. " " 4.88. UngHali nlnid Bulla sold for $3.00 going forfcUsX Iflray Suit Bold for $12.00 going for $7..r0. VI I Yarn" Fancy Ntripo sold for $10.00 go-- . ingfor$8.48. Cord bulla sold for $18.00 going for $112.60. ISiillB sold for ", " $4".T)0 (S.0U '" ' Hats!! Msej'W Orown novelty goods wld for $).S for flSctH. v J)erby Ptylo nohl for SI. 2") for 7fle. " " I l.(K) " 21c. fclilp Hfrts largo ehapo for 10c. (sold for 2Q "' Shoes Ol, A r. custom $1.05. ! matlo sold for $2 50 for t - Monarch vonl sold for $2.00 for $1. IS. " " 2.00 '" l.IW. Ktilitltckv flat Cordovan custom inndo Bold for $11.00 for S2.00, 's nl-adii- , ruslnin Inndo, our own lintud sold Wff2.70 lor $1,03. FOR - , See our Special rgain -- COUNTER. tn.como and liear Readers. You can iufliro from rluil you Imvo road tlmt it will bo to boo us, goods at once, iifMill jMtyyoiito luy them aside for a ynar or no until vou can nroed thorn into fwrvicw Uoh't fail to visit lis t it vou ear: not use tiiu Gjeo. . Yeakel & Co., ttlio-iili- Strnngo Noises nml nt I.nst Muiln Their INrnpn, Only tu Iln I'leked Up AbhIii Spirit K:ipplnc nml Wlmt They Proved to llo. (Cop) rllit. I8!ti. by Charles I). Low Is.) Wo liml been In Cnpv Town four tltiys completing our loading for Liverpool after having lccu up tho African coast nn f.tr as Zanzibar nml return when mi Irishwoman enmu nlKMtnl nnd Mkiil font pitsiittgu linuie. Our cmft wax the KiigHxh lutrk Kitiiuy Ix'c, carrying it crow of fourteen men, and though we might have tried to make a woman comfortable had we picked her off a wreck lit nildociim the carried no passengers a"nd had no accommodations for them. The woman gave her mime as Molly McDnvK She wnM a single woman, twenty-fou- r years old, and hail made tho voyage to tho Capo In an emigrant ship to J)In and mnrry n lover. Mke many another female she was dlH.tpnolntod. Fat had skipped the country u hen sho arrived. Shu had heen at work for several months, but could not pay her way home. Indeed she did not propose to. She was what might bo called "a strapping young woman," beiiiR as- - tall as any sailor aboard, and weighing about ISO pounds. She offered to go as cook, but as there was no vacancy sho asked to bo taken as a common sailor und allowed to work her tHiKsago home. Wo felt n hit sorry for Miss McDuvl.s, but we couldn't take her In any jiasltton. She was disappointed, but sho had no tear tosJMul, On the contrary, she went away wMpFvcry determined look on her face, nnd fin Irishman among the crew offered to bet his Miu'wester against a plug of tobacco that she'd sec Liverpool as boon as wo did. It wns ten days from the time she came .aboard before Wo left tho Cape. I saw her aboard three or four times in the week, and onto or twice sho htd other confabs with the captain. As wo weighed anchor ia and stood out, fo- - our offing Molly was the lust person in Cape Town 111 to'bu suspected of bringing luck to our old bark. Wo had flue weather and favorable winds, and were well up witlrCapo Krio when tho mcu canto to me in a body during the morning watch to make a complaint. They were headed by the who declnrcd.that for .the past two nights tho watches below had dlsturlietLby strnngq iqlscs.nnicotibl been not sleep. Tho bark lud the, old fosbjoned fot'costlo instead of hu deck jiousa, and tho noises had svcnieil to come front bebiod tho bulkhead dividing tho fo'cnstle from tho hold. While any sailing craft carrying a miscellaneous cargo Is always full of strange, queer noises, caused by friction and straining, there is always at least one man In a crow ready to shake Ids head and make niystery over something easily I listened to tho complaint, promised to look Into it, anil then dropped tho matter out of mind. On the night of that tiny I carueon watch at midnight. I found my men alteady on deck, and the second mate's watch, just relieved, hung about the scuttle instead of turning in. Demanding to know tho reason of this singular action, 1 was told that tho queer noises before referred to had been heard again nnd again, and the crew wero as good ns upsetovcr them. Had the "old matt" been on deck ho would havo mixed a belaying pin and driven the watch below and cracked three or four heads. Ho hnd no pnLleuce with sailors' weaknesses. I was tempted to idvo them n bit of my mind, but nil wero so serious jtnd earnest that it seemed only reitsonable to investigate. I went into the fo'castle and spent fifteen minutes listening for sounds. Tho burk hnd nil plain Hall on her and wits heeled to port, and for the first ten minutes I heard only the sounds of buses nnd baleB rubbing together Then, of a tmdden, I heard a voice singing: It was u faint, far away voice, and 1 had to listen closely, but It certainly wns n human voice. It was impossible to locate It. lt1Hvemed to come from nbovu as much ns In any other direction, and I went on deck thinking some qf the hands might Iki playing n joke. "It will be anything but a Joke for the man who's playing thlH If I can catch him at Itl" I wild as I gained tho deck and found liolh watches grouped around the union nntt waning tor me. "Mr. Merwln, did you hear nught down Isilowf" risked ihc curpejiter, speaking for nil. "Not down there, but I heard Home one singing up ,hei&" "No, slrl I plfVtlo you my word mid tbnt of every man IJero that not a man of us uttered n whlspvr. It wns singing you but-qu- tlni; lleiiril Democrntio convention," said David D. Hill in ono of bis tunny stirring speeches to tho Democrats of other states. There will bo no sulking over tho result nt Chicago among tlio men who stood by tho senator from Now York with such loyalty and determination. s A vote of tho national Democrntio convention is obligatory and will bo ratified nt tho ballot box by loynl Democrats ovoiy where, ami esjiecially in tho state of Now York. If our candidate hnd been noinlimtod by tluit convention wo should have expected tho friends of other candidates to' give him tlipir support, and now that wo nro defeated wo nro bound in honor to do tho Bjimo. Tho Democruta of Now York will do their full uioiisuro of duty, Belloviug as wo do thuttho result' of the presidential election will depend ujioii tho voto of this stnto, wo aro tho moro urgently bound to see tlmt no effort is spared to win tho thirty-si- x electoral voton of Now York for tho nominees of the Chicago convention.-rAl-ban- y two-third- KM tmjsx AO'JV & IslgsSS m Which IS ..To' iuijs't ; bi:k mh, hit t nn.ni) SAID." ill.--1 didn't think of cl.it. Mh." mered Sawed Off. 1 all to' stam Hardware m LEVY'S West Maki TEMPORARY QTJA.TL'R: 3 2.jl Times-Unio- Mr. Murphy tniulo a square, stand up fight for Senator Hill, but bo liows cheerf.tlly to tho sentiment which tbnt candidate ulong with nil other favorito sons. Ho" is us strong uud single hearted in Ids devotion to Clove-land- 's eloctioii.today us ho was to Hill's nomination lust week". Already word' has been given by Chairman Murphy to bis trusty friends and followers that in the election of Cleveland Troy and Rensselaer county must do their full duty. Ho is coming homo to tnko off his coat and work for Grover Clove-lanTroy Press. Mr. Hill and his friends will submit to the decision of tho convention with good grace, as in duty loiind, uud it will not bo their fuult if Grover Clovo eleo-torland does not receive tho thirty-si- x vofes of Now York by n lnrgo majority. Rochester Union and Advertiser. nl TiIcefdlTb iiTilo.4irdu . "iriTyc time it soon passed awny, nn n yum who wanted mlllyous hnd to prepare do ground un plant de seeds. Hat initde property of de fruit. Ho yo' fuller mo, Ilruddrr Johnson f" "1 does, sah." "Dnt disposes of yo'r hull nrgynicnt. Under only one siircuinstntice has a pusson de slightest legal or moral right to visit unodder mnti's truck patch tin take nwny n wntermlllyon-.- - If yo' luul climbed up on yo'r cabin ro.if to stop n leak an slid oil an broke yo'r leg, an yo' hud bin lyln in bed 'irnut six weeks wld a fever, un it Jest teemed to yo' dnt nullln on ulrth would tnstosogood us a big hunk of wntermlllyon, den yo' would purceed us f oilers: Yo' would consult the nlmunax in regard to de moon. Yo' would sorter Inqtiar around to dlskiver If de man hnd u duwg. Yo' would draw n soit o' war map of dnt patch nn pint out to thuolo woman nil do holes in do fences. Yo' would cnushn her dut nil de biggest, ripest nn jucicst inlllyons alius llo uo'th un south. Yo' would Instruct her dut u ripe mlllyou ullits glvis out n pcccolinr sound when yo' tiiuk on It. Doyo' roller me, llrudder Johnsonf" "I docs, Hah." "Do ole woman bus got de mlllyon. Sho cruwls back frew de fence. Shu reaches home. She takes de btitcherkulfu an cuts it squnr In two, nn ut de fust bite of yo'r half yo' begin to feel better. By de time yo' have devoured itall de fever Is all gone nu yo' git up an walk around. Am dut nllf No, nnh! Arter n few y'nrs, when yo' hev got bomthlii ahead, yo' wunt to meet de white mun who owned dut mlllyou an offer to pny fur It. I f ho donti' take It yo' If helloes, den yo'd Ktn ho much ahead. better send do ole woman nrter another to mnke even. Hut's nil, Brudder Johnson. Does yo' see whur' yo' wus lame In yo'r "Reckon not! Yo" is Jest like some chuckle headed white men knows of. Kborytliln dey known is put into ono Yo' Mood right tipdiir by do cheese- Ikix nn wave ye'r arms around nn yelled at de top of yo'r voice, un yo' mndo tint white uinn licllevo yo' hnd do Bible, de lnw, liberty nn right on yo'r nlde." "Ize worry sorry, h.i1i." "1 'spect yo' am, but I want to say n few words to yo' Jest de sntne. Do jlldn't git ycre until a long time nrter mun, Jest how he made it I ilutiuo, ii hut his! motif wns wnteriu fur iu lie hud to hev it. Dnr nmy hev bin u tilde when inlllyons growed wild, nn each oiiwus iih big ius u beer keg nn hnd n red coreijn n thin rind. It must hev bin urgy-tnen1 wntet-mlliyon wnter-millyo- HARRY 6UENTHER 401-40- 7 & CBO. fjlR East, Maiii St.r ov?:E:fcTs:Bo:E3o, s:"sr. From I to 600 horse power. iaiwiTA!iiriirji'r?'r!t''''7M)j.M' xtm - UJ OtllCRML l.o: f.O' FOUNDRY . AND nJ... n 1 MACHINE Cnsx.! 1. Bl ., -- I no; ' .1 SS;i f?11 O llnHitr...!.,.. TO.:.. .... Dutiura, ouw. unu uriHL xuiiia-- , .. iiiuiiuiiiuiiuu xwigmup, T..!1 Cano Mills mid Kvnnorntors.,j Tjiith nnd Sliinrdn 'Nrnobinns. ..... x n. 'irf ."i Jfc,' X ,' I. nn ,, Ufrtnl- - t . .1 llnAli.nn,. o-- w We are now in our now l.o; A STANDING MENACE It II I builuing and f:o: A force t.urks llelilml Cuiiilldulo. tho Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather, J3citing, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangors, Brass Gtpods Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Maclnno Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. ear PRICES and all business guiiriutrtil in In .niisl'iu lory. CorroBpondonco solicited. C3-I"V- E Itepilh-llra- ii have tho complotest line in the country. v ' ' i .'" TheX. W. Hrwr"wlii8kev bo on HVvry hhioliewil. The 1. 'W, HarHT whiskey should bo in verv. Medleine chest. The I, vy. Harbor whiskey should be it. i'vmv flub. Tho (. V, Hitroer wliwkoy should Ik' , ih ivi"ry br.' Mil o! turn iwcftuso lijs Uie prince BRANDENBURG, EY, rSoll Iff- - M- - F,M.POPHAM, 'CLQVKRPOHT, . K heard, nit I " "Yei." "And that'n.what thu men complain of. sir sluicing most of the time, but now und then cgmethlng like, praying and calling out." "Well, slngliiK and praying won't hurt nnyofyou, even If It's tjiut. It's In tho eargo, however. We've got three or fpur to lie old pianos aboard going to fixed up, and it's tltu taxes rubbing together which makes 4he singing sound. It's ImJ inuxio nnihyou ouglit tobegutll of It, "(,'o bslow the watch nttd bit's hesr three verycurious circumstances-hod- . no luoepf ths.Hi curred the. discovery of a spook In Thi' iihui lutiigWik for k moment awl "To'cMtle, the plight of the crew and then followul one mjother down bato J heir appearance of Miss MoLtevis, There to be a fourth eurious plrcumtdaViee, ; " ' o ' There is ono question depending on tho election of tho noxt president which, in ita mouietitops iinportuuco und vital imperativeness, i)ust scorn to every philosophic observer to exceed every other IKlitical question that tho people are npw called upon to determine. All o dilloronces of ojiinion respecting reform, or silver coiungo.- or free trado or protection, or the (sjiHonal qualities or antecedents of cumlidatos, iu short, the whole ordituiry urrny of electoral controversies, are, in comparison, of inferior, indeed of almost ttivial. moment. Wo menu the question whether those southern states which havo inherited a negro population surivtesiug tlw nnin-bc- r of thoir white citizens shall, by fedornl law uud federal uiilitnryforee. bo Bubjectctl to the pulitieul dominations of the negroes, to negro legislatures, negro governors nnd negro judges in their courts, or whether they shall continue to bo governed by white men as now. Now it makes no dilTerciice wiio limy bo the president whom the Republican party elects. That jufi ty is by Its nature and traditions tindur tlw necessity of enacting nnd executing an election law whoso purisMO und effect will lsj to put the tjegroes iu control of bovernl of the southern states. There will be some uiwilljnguees on tho iiarl of a patriotic minority among tho Republicans who will revolt nt the consequences of such a measure, but their opiswitlon cannot ayuil. The necessity of tho situation will suppress all such resistance. A force bill is tho first, und thu inevitable result of a sweeping Republican victory iij November. On tho ouicr hand, and by the nature iipd necessity of the ideas involved, the success of tlw Democracy is deiith to tbo forco bill project. Killed in this election, it can never bo revived. In this view of tho contest, what conscientious Democrat cnn hesitate about bis duty? Cotter vote for tbo liberty und t)iQ white government of thq southern states rather tiun consent to tho election of resoctftbltt Benjamin Harrison with forco bill ill bis pocket. Now York Bun. mluiiii-istrntiv- TJS A. OJLJliTl.. MICHAEL HAMMAIT, Tho Regular and Roliablo INITURE SEWING PICTURE DEALE . Is always on hand with a full stock, including MACHINE TRIMMINGS, Coffins, Burial Caskets, FRAMES, nrgymentl" "Werry plainly, U hiiIi." "Den yo kin sot down. Wlmt I hev said to yo' I hev said to nil others us well. I hev no doubt dut cllsnm gwlnetobudo biggest wuterniillyou season for twenty mlllyon am gwlne tor v'ars, nu dnt be unusually lnrgo und Juicy, but we must not deceive ourselves by false argyments nu wicked theories, eben If we do.ui' git a bite. We will now bust do meetin up un go home." Always call on him and ascerh prices beforo purchasing olsowhoro, ' means just what ho says. Ho cana be undersold. M. HAMMAN, "1-i- tu to betl and early to riso will shorten tho road to your homo in tbo skies," Hut early to bed nml n "IJttlo Riser," tbo pill that makes ifo by loncer und better nnd wiser. Short it IIiiviH's, Clovenmrt, and Bennl k Heeler, Hartliusburg. oc- the the was. On BABBAG15 , -- "5- Z SHIRTS " him," A "clever" mun to every one except the one ho should Juive been the "cleverest" to. Detroit Tree Press. TIJK SOAJUil'TT MriTHR r written by tlfc handB of a Master Author. He was a "good fellow" nnd a good friend. Many u time luul he gone out of bis wny to don good turn for soioooneln distress, and he luul been lute to dinner, or he hud not come home to dinner at nil. "Poor Jim!" be would say when he did nrrlve. "He Is In it bud wny, nnd 1 cnn re member when he wus a bright young fel low. I hnd to straighten him up a little when I met him, nml It took some time." He was n "clover fellow" In nil that the term Implies. He never failed to respond to the plea of a friend or a former filcUd. If ho were In u position to do so. "I am sorry," he would say to Ids wife. "I Intended to bring you thu money you asked for tonight, but I couldn't let Tom sleep on the street. I'm afraid he has lost bis grip, but I'd Is) a mighty small man If I didn'tWo him safely put away In n hotel with money enough to get his overcoat out pf pawn. He ought, to brace up though." Ho wan u "great hearted" man when It enme to nny way of assisting men he hod known who wore In bard luck through their owu or uuy one else's fault. He was n generous mun when it came to subscribing "a little something" for unything tbnt would tend to give pleasure to another. "I hud intended to get something for the house todny," he would say, "but Brinks leaves for the south tomorrow nnd of course J fihlpi ped In for a little present to tlmt. Kircpt to Ills Wirr. He wus one of the "cleverest" men In nil tbnt section of the country, nil agreed on -- ns imGIRL or Stories, Gmt a papch 4& $2 oo Exq.uUlto Humor, IlandBomo IllustratlonB, Exceptional Lltorury Merit, Plcturosquo Luceratlnp Satlrn, Sparkllmr Fun, Sclontlflo Facta, Attractive Appearance. tYitn. bampus Fntc, Editor ind Proprlotor. W. S, STERRETTE, LOUIBVILLC, KY. J. C. HOUUNfet J. M. HAttPKH, OLOVERPORT, KY. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., a ? .DANIKl OLOVERPORT, ti i , i 1 I Commission Salesmen of Live St CATTLE, IIOGQ AND SttEKP BOUREOIH SVOOK VARDS, ... fifrW hiilgo Murray out of tho race will liavo nn walk cr for HARDINSBURG F. DEPARTMENT. "vpP- - i V r CUSTER. Hot and growing hotter Four pounds of nlco, pure, good rico for 25 cte. Alexander A Pile. . Mrs. John Alexander, Bums, is at her son's O. Alcxnndcr, on a visit. Marcus Carter and Bon, of Vino Grove, wero in the neighborhood last week1 buy ing cattle. Mrs. N. J. Ackcrman, of Huston, Texas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bonn), near this place. Miss Bcttlo Taylor, of tho Ilardinsbnig High School, was visiting Mrs. F. B. Lyon Inst week. Miss Sarah Carter, Louisville, who has been n few weeks with Miss Mollio Lyon, is now with relatives in tho vicinity. Mr. Georgo Pile baa been nt Hardinsburg for tho past week having a cancer-lik- e affection of the faco treated by Dr. Kinchcloc. Rico furnishes food for nearly one-hatho peoplo of the world, and n groat many others will use it when thoy learn how it is B)ld by Alexander it Pile. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrcellus Butler, of Iouisvillc, arrivod here Friday to visit friends and relatives. We understand that thoy will bo here soveral weeks rusticating and resting. W. T. Gregory, Garfiold, was. in town last week and remained overnight. We learn that ho will this year, as usual, teach two schools. His popularity as n teacher makes tho people willing to wait for him. Wantli). ny the citizens ol Luster n fow thousand feet of lumber to construct fences to tack picnic bills on. Bills aro now sent in and brought in from other places in such numbers that room can not be found to ost them. of tho Bums Somo of tho inhabitant neighborhood, wo understand, are wear ing a "skinned eye" and keeping their limbs in good running order. Marshal Pato sometimes nets around there nnd the boys scatter with a velocity which defies competition. Custer has been muring her inhabi tants into tho surronding fields, lanes and hedges for blackberries for the last week. Gallons of fruits nnd thousands of teirifying, iiestiferous, little "Chiggore" have leon gathered rrom tho frequency with which Wtj meet city people on our streets, wo on lead to the conclusion that ours is one of the county's most attractive little towns' All we need is n daily stage connecting with tho trains nt Gust on or some other point so that people may not bo incon venienced in reaching us. Sandy Butler nnd Bandy Oliver wore on tho sick list last, week, From pros- out favorable symptoms, their speedy convalescence is expected. Clem Nim- mo has licon clerking (lining Mr. Oliver's , sickness. "Porter, ol Mattoon, 111., arJrived a few days ago and lias taken n oms at the Carman Ilousn. IIo is a nativo of Massachusetts. Scholarly of many years nnd much experience, ho talks fluently on geology and learnedly on mineralogy. Being a practical mineralogist, ho intends to spend some time in our county looking over our hills and into our hollows to soo what valuable materials aro contained in them. Ho believes that investigation, discovery nnd development nro things near us. Development ho says will place Kentucky along with the first mining states. Incase if valuable discovery on our land, did wo promit mining to bo carried on, we would lose many luxuriant sassfras bushes and healthy but wo aro willing to be tho losers if its again to our county. lf LH. OOISO OOIXO tme r o-:r,:e.-a TABLE WIST. XA8T. 31 UJWfftll'KnCT la decAinlng to mako Pit..,..- .- v.Jn tho raco for Circuit Judge last Monday, 11.19 Bait ill tho course of his remarks, mado tho ..10.04 West best plea for Democracy tho Nkws over heard in Hardinsburg. Wo are only JNCEMESTTS sorry that moro of our Democratic friend Hlt,Canrt Clork. who aro inclinod to bo led off with tho din and Brown. tt tn announce 11 S. Skillman to the office of Clr- - fallacies of tho Third Party were not r Bead the notice of tho Hardinsburg Fatibject to the avtionjf the I)c. thero to hear him. band in another column. The boys . ' seem to be ready for business. red fo announce A. M,GlatfO Li a candidate- for Circuit i,oun Tub District Democratic Committee It is reported that Mr. Win. II. Bell the action of the Democratic met at Hardinsburg yesterday and selectcontemplates moving his family to about tho first of AtigusL prlred lo annnuce Granville S, ed Saturday, August 27th as the day for .date for Circuit court Clem, holding the Democratic Primary for the Hardin AJlrown sell all of their goods Urthe Democratic party. purposo of selecting- - candidates for Cir- for spot cash. That is ono reason they cuit Judgonnd Commonwealth's Attor- aro enabled to sell them for so small n Conirrcaa. ed to announce the Hon. A. ney, in this, tho Ninth District, comprofit. a try, ol iiaruin county, cctlon to Conercaa as a llcnrc- - posed of Ilreckenridge, Meade, Hardin Drop in nt Mrs. S. A. Huffey A Co's. fill, the Fourth, Oittrict of Ken- and Grayson counties. and see those splendid crayon pictures the action of the Democratic given away with every $10 worth of Lfiust it. Via l ZiO.U 3 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. "BttK" Kendall, of Elir.abeth.town, is tho first to declaro himself n candidate for Commonwcalth!s Attorney. Paitengcr Datly arr. IUrdlnsburg..l2:41 p.m. Paiienger Dally arr. Hardlniburg.. 7:50 a.m A. Witt is visiting in tho neighborhood of Irvingtou this week. Miss Blanche Frymlro camo over from Union Star last week and is visiting tho Misses Buzby. Itemcinber that you can get nnythlng you want in the grocery lino from HarMrs. J. FOR imim nmmm ' i ''VttarIM gny-ocs- bY SYnVV mm mlai XS t : -- f5 1 Pure Groceries I OF Clo-verp- ' Produiee Of all kinds wanted at STRAW HATS ' Regardless of Cost or Price. They Must Go, To Make Room For How's This ! goods. For Sheriff. utiiorlncd to announce 1'. K. Khodea, rnlcl. a a candidate for Sheriff, jhp action of the Democratic party. f Writ K&macy. of Clovrrport ! Char. ofIUrdfntbnrg; W,. Scott Cart, of Lutboliet tn announce T II. Mc-- f of Leitchfieid, an a candidate for re-be oftice oi urcuic judge in inn, ine M Ltmc(, cmurcinK "c muu.n; Igc, Meade, Hardin and (iraj.on. For Circuit Judge. 'i , v. , HW.cnltlit I Attorney. li'nriiied to announce II. T Ken- KKinbeth. as avandldate for Com. Attnrney In this the Ninth Judicial acin? ine counties m iirccKcnnuc and ft ravson. subject to the acnocratic primary, August 27th. adopted measures to in- the Pinkertons Lo interfere with the labor frris country. It will ho con- Br9e?tliat their interference ibeen denounced as unlaw-Ri- ? ... .... -- I 1. iraij v, ui in twf uniBii .t I probably teach them to Bins at authority sf'fivo days "Old Sol" has Sfpiible duty in this neck of LpuringUiis thno most every- Tlnet was tryjnp; to keep cool. point in uusincss mai inter- uttoqpiuch- ns a longing for n iinHlq or some Bpot wnore meir Could slrop down and get n i. - 'iwhiirotfreahair. ,tr .. k'!' amocrcuic vongress iiiih uuujiiuu Ion authbrizina the printing of EpYes of Jiio Force Hill. Tho plan .- -. r !..! JtQ'tlistributi them among the Vfi .1 TIT.. f puui ami y est, iiiui muy 1 .1.- -. cni8elv0s tho obnoxious rt.i r m ipsifm t ii ' i io 1Dili proposes, kidernblo ligiirn in the huh 'afeisno further trouble xnected tho. workmen at Homefitond. Take your photo to Mrs, S. A. Haffoy and havo a lino crayon made. Buy $10 worth of goods and this will givoyou the cured by taking Hall's Catnrrh Cure. picture freo. F. J. CIIKNEY&CO., Props., Toledo, O. Just think of it A fine crayon picWe, the undersigned, havo known F. ture, worth $10, given away with every $10 worth of goods at Mrs. S. A. Ilaffey J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and A Co's. him perfectly honorable in all busillio withdiawal of Judgo Murray from ness transactions, and financially able to the Circuit Judges race hero Monday carry out any obligations made by their created general This leaves tnc Held practically to Judge McBeath. firm. Mr. Jesse W'hitworth and Coleman West & Thua.v, Wholesale Druggists, Haswellaro arranging to give an excurToledo, 0. Wai.dino, Kinnan & Mak-vi.sion on tho L. H. & W". from Fordsville Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. to Louisville on fiist Saturday in August. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalItov. L. E. Campbell began a protractly, acting directly upon tho blool and ed meeting out at Mt. Zion last Sunday. mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. jier bottle. Itwillcontinuo until after tho (Quarterly meeting, which will bo held thero the Sold by all Druggists. lifth Sunday in this month. BEWLEYVILLE. Judgo Murray gave tho boys a sound Democratic tnlkatthoCoprt-hous- e MonMr, H. F. McCoy is on tho sick list. Mr, C. C. Smith, of Giiston, was in day. All who heard it pronounced it llrst class and to tho point, lit ho could town last week make a few such at different points in Mr. C. M. Sanders, of was in tho county now it would undoubtedly tow n last week. help the cause. Mrs. W. J. Piggott is visiting her par- Tho Third party people will meet hero cnts in Hardinsburg. next Saturday to put up n candidate for Horn, July 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. sheriff. It was reported at West View last Saturday that Tice Jolly would proII. Drury a son, James A. Sir. Uriflin Dowell, who has been bably allow his name to bo mod on the ticket. This may be so, but it sounds a quite sick is convalescent. Mr. Jolly has all along Misses Surah and Clara Jordan visited little singular. boon n mighty strong working Demorelatives at Sample last week. crat. Misses Blanche Jolly and Annie HodThe crowd in town Monday was not ges are visiting in Owensboro. up to its usual standard here on n CounMiss Maggio Lowis, of Garnettsville, is ty Court day. However, a good many visiting her uncle, Dr. J. M. Walker. got in towards tho shank of the evening, Some of our jcoplo attended tho to hoar the candidates for Clerk mako Ekron picnic Saturday and rejioit a jolly short speeches. They did fairly well, day. and the crowd nppoareito be pleasantly Messrs. Skillman and Miss M. Dettio Drury returned Satur- entertained. day from an extended visit to Owens- Glasgow entered a little protest to the announcements of Mr. Wilson for speakboro. ing over the county, previous to tho priMr. Ifobt. II. Pennington, of Owensr, nf boro, is visiting the family of W. N. mary. They thought it was We offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot bo 1 be-lic- "V IE MULLS, 3 in 7 S3 SHOES i & Fall Goods. and ' i "V.' FOR LAWNS, GINGHAMS, CLOTHING and all Mid-Summ- er At Reduced Price DRESS FABRICS, SMART & Cb CLOVERPORT, KY. VAAAAAAAiAAAAAA ' 'J "We are in it." TBw VEST '""'" I NEW AND FRESH Oi FQUMDED.1S54. HOT WEATHER GOOD Si JUST RECEIVED AT CL0VERP0RT, KY. bnll.llng Ilaflned Christian Home. X.l mild I mm. nrmt nnmii in nam. jmck.. ..... fltron ibcu J - .... . twin.. InlnM ttill.lft "u"' itov T Mtril;H"f MOOAI.L, BI. A., l'rcildent. UOl'KIWSVII.l V v ii BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE tr. .... LOO. CAUGHT 'EM. MOTTOl THOROUGHNESS. Frjninrcnen in jicir iresenco Miss Eva Iiwson has returned from nor the hoys to Marion county, where sho lias been brought to face teaching. . am s guns. Miss Fola Orendorf, of Webster, is tho guest, this week, of her cousin, .Miss "Wathen told the Victoria Payne. week that he una not a candi- Mr. Jm-Drury, of the Louisville poiumonwealth's Attorney and Southern railroad is the guest of Mr. W. 1 lie Held is not be. ly would N. Drury and family. for other contestants, and they Miss 11. Ada Drury left Monday for a Ty.tomake things lively. trip to Vine Grove, Glendale, iring men all over tho country Hewlett's and other points. Mr. 'A. T. Stith spent a day or two last fTtaping tho harvest of the wild- seed that were week among his old friends here, greetwears ago. The crop is ripe ing them with the pleasing intelligence to bo an exceedingly large that lie will return to his farm in January. Jlui'.i-iUJJui- v uy)uaJr -,- A Klnloy-tariiT-bi- ll I' 1 men of New York have a co mi it tee consisting Early every branch of business in y to work for the election of Clevo- tind Stevenson. This looks as if the 11 n Isinefifl TOBINSPORT, IND. I tain is needed. Chas. Bouldingiiouse has moved into his new residence. Miss Grace Vaughn, of Cannelton, lias in this hi the presidential excejit Fleniingsburg, are now Id by Itcpublicans. Tho Postmaster's amission therodofs not expire until 1803. Then Cleveland will bo in Uie-cajust continue 011. post-oflic- been visiting relatives here. Miss Brook Bouldingiiouse, who ha, been on the sick list, is improving. Misses Nell and Minnie Lyons and your correspondent attended the ball at Derby, July 1th. Mrs. Maggie Kyan, who has been quite sick w itli a bilious attack, wo are glad to ivxT-Ei), four thousand foreign pauper know is improving. Mrs. Mary McKinney ond mother, puitCauiegip sj irotectel Homo- Pbn nulls, d "pro who havo been visiting relatives at Ado American need apply unless he dison, Ky., havo returned home. Shirley England was thrown from a badge. rthc Pinkcrton hoi-sa Bhort tiinoano, and camo- near RCeay tho Deputy Sherifr, whokilleil being killed, but ho is improving rapidly rd, tho slayer of Jesse James, a now. Mrs. O'Neill will move hero soon and Uoeksagoina Baloon row in Colo- is now serving a life sentence in begin dress making. She conies well recommended and we hope hIio will bo 'IlitfTi-pricecut-thro- aign had begun in earnest. I'm: Democratic Committee appointed Chicago will meet in New York city day to perforin the pleasant duty of Mfying Cleveland and Stevenson of successful. In my last items the printer made a mistake concerning Mr. Cockrell's straw- berry crop. It should have been 1100 r nomination. Pmilica.v papers are not taking par- paius or much sjiaco in their ua columns in advising thu locked- at llomojtead to votcas they daughter, Miss Nannio Taylor. Miss Bessie Kinder, the eleven year old daughter of Win. Kinder was drown-e- d tjrra hero Thursday ovening while bathing. Threo other children were in bathd put, you American ing. Mr. Johnson attempted to rescuo b nn(L,inako room for "foreign pauper thorn all but was nearly drowned him-$l- f. Sho was a bright little girl and had Tlio tanlT is meant for my frvr. sho been spared would havo made a 1'ioif ond not yours. Curnegio. noble woman. H. ....... "that Georgo William The Uinbrella, llarpor'u Weekly, Now Some ono has sagely remarked that the of tho umbrella U only the child of dying of cancer the parusol- -a stalwart and healthy offspriuu certainly and ono that docs credit to Ita progonKor. It la trua .bat tho umbrella was fin the Mississippi havo been used for sun and not as a defensoformerly agalnxt Tho damago rain, but that was prior to It Introduction Ktrous this year. into Europe. It Is not likely tbat It was twill not all short of $400,000. invented for us, but as a canopy for greatness. It originated In Asia, mora especial .rcckor.ritlfe, wjfo of Heprcsenta- - ly In China, but there It It dot na artlcio la general use among tho common people. '1 P. BrocWnriugc.nl Kontueky, It forms part of tho regalia of royalty, Ji!iHrtoqlatwcek-- . and hi India Its Uso Is only permitted amonKthofaluhcstof tlie nnlillltv. Thorn ilsod, it U a badgo of royalty, and one poteuUU I ia, lniiltsvmm ana is the king of tho white elephant and "lord ilKKH. of the twenty-fou- r umbrella.'1.-MM. ff all dealoM lo ,L. liayne ia Detroit Free Prisw. f. . high-price-1 Skillman's Reasons For Not Making Appointments, Tuesday, accompanied by her grand Editor Nkws Kor fear that wUat Mr. Wilton baa to lay In waking lilt announcement for public iiioaking, (ball be inltconit uoj. in regard to my refusal to aniit In ranking tba I have tbii to ay in regard appointment), to (nine. That I laid to Mr. Wlliou, that it bad never been the euitoin In tbii county to bye a list of appointment! before a primary election or nominating conrentlon, and tbat I tbougbt it bad pclloy to do to, fur tbe reaton, that it wat likely to get up tome ditientlon or bad feeling botwoen Ibo different candldatei and their reteetive ftiendi, and at it wat a family affair luch coune wat not advlisbla. UeslJci tbat I did not tbiuk wo would be alio to get the people to come out to hoar ui, furthermore, that on account of my oflicial bull-ncI could not ipare the time to meet a long lilt of appointment! an i could not bo mre of meeting any one of taid appointment!, I tuppoie It ii well undentood tbat I expect to mako a gnneral canrau of tbe county afte tbe primary election, or I would not be a can didate now. Alio perfectly well undentood tbat 1 could not attend to my proaent otliclal dutlei, and thoio of another court to be held between tbii Hue and tbe general election, and now after ha? log alroady luit 10 much time from my bnilnou, make two more complete eanvaBiei of thcoounty. M r. Wilton lo Mi Invitation to Mr. (Jlaigont. by Implication lait convey the Idea that there wai lome exliting between him and inyielf if ruch i) true, I wlah to lay tbat It wci, or it, all on one tide, fur I never bad any Hi filing toward! Mr. Wiliun Id my life. tt , gal. instead of 410 gal. Mrs. Kuto Taylor, of Hawcsville, who has been visiting hero returned homo on hand and follow him through. Mr. Wilson claimed that fniso rumors concerning his record as a Democrat had been set aloat ami ho wished to correct them. Tho picnic advervisod for West View-lus- t Saturday was he'd a mile beyond the town nt tho foot of n big hill. This was a scheme usually practiced on to get them into tho woods, nwny from any places of business, and then if they have any money to spend the picnic managers get it all. Thero is evidently great policy in that kind of business. Thero was quite a crgwd went out from Hardinsburg. They enjoyed tho rido along tho cool shady road more than thoy did tVfb picnic surroundings. Tho main thing that attracted tho crowd was tho speaking which had been previously Mr. J. II. of this announced. place, represented tho interest of tho Alliance, Mr. Milton Coke, tho Third Party, and Mr. Jesso Eskridgo stood up for the grand old Republican party. These gentlemen mado tho air fairly whiz whilo thoy wero at it and thoy were at it a good long time. The Democrats concluded it wasn't their fight and they stayed out. Tho Republicans and Third party fellows took a pretty lively tilt at each other, and it is mighty certain that those two political- - elements will not mako a fusion in this county. Tho Republicans aro determined to stand together hero nnd not furnish material for other fellows lo ride into office on. This is what I gathered from tho outlook at West View. It is a strong Allianco district, but tho Republicans havo an al60, and they mean to stand together. Tho jiicnio thero was a Thero were some four or big success. flvo hundred people there from tho surrounding country, nnd they seemed to bo enjoying the day. Tho order was perfect on tho ground, not n single interruption Securing during tho entire day. Next Saturday Garfield fs billed for n big day and wo pronliso to bo there. s, ..v.. -- - HAWESVILLE. Cashier V. S. Thomas was" in Owensboro Sunday. Rosa Donavan, aged 111, died hero last Friday of consumption. Georgo Hnwley, of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting relatives here. According to the program just issued, tho Hancock County Teacher's Institute will convene here, Tuoday, August 10. James Munday, of Vancouver, Wash., Delegate at large to tho Chicago Convention, was hero visiting relatives lost weok. Clint Ford, with assistanco of somo homo talont, presented hero on Thursday night, "Tho American Hero," to an admiring audience. Judgo L. P. Little, of Owensboro, has nnnounccd himself a candidate for Congress in this District. Tho race is probably mado up between him nnd Congressman Ellis, for tho primary. A Judicial Primary election has been called by the committeo in this the Ctli Judicial District, for Saturday, September tho 3d, to select Democratic candi dates for Commonwealth's Attorney and Circuit Judgo. Mrs. James Ireland, living near Skill-madied Sunday morning, of n complication of descases, aged 15. 8ho leaves a husband and largo family of children. Deceased was buried hero Monday evening. Base ball cranks are crankier here thnn any where. Tho business men of Hnwes-vill- o played tho business mon of Cnnnol-"to- n here on Friday, tho scoro being fi to 7 in favor of Hawcsvillo. Two games nro on tap for next Friday, Lowisport (Bigtniro) vs. Citnnelton and Lowisport (Littlemiro) vs, Hawcsville. n, - saw-brier- s, BRANDENBURG. S Clarence Neafus is nt homo on n visit. Miss Jennie Ditto fs visiting in Vino Grove. Mr. Bryant, the piano tuner, was down last week. U'o Whelan nnd sister, of Flarherty, woro in town Tuesday. Miss Noll Lewis is visiting Miss Eva Carrigan noarGuston. Mrs. Peak, of Louisville, visited at' Mr. James Lew is lost week. Rev. J. W. Dawson, of Louisville, .'was hero on business Wednesday. Mr. Joshua Ijmcaster, of Flaherty, w.is in tow n tho first of tho week, j George Schibnl and Chas. Aylsworth, of Tip Top, were, hero Wednesday, f Tho Teachers Institute meets Jicro July the 2.o, and will continuo flvo days. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Albert Richardson, of Vino Grpvo, Bpent last week visiting relatives 'and When Baby iu tick, ws gore her Castoria. friends. f I' Wbcn ibe was a Child, she cried tor Castoria, Hugh Ditto returned to Louisville FriWhen she became Hls. tho clung to Castoria, day, after a stay of sbveral weeksj at When she hod Children, ths eavo them Castoria, homo. Thoro was a number of people from hero nttonded tho nlcnic at Ekron Sat Fnblio Speaking. j urday, Mr. Editor Ploaie announce through the Miss Stith, of Bewloyville, is visiting columni of the Ncwi the following list of an- "peaking. olntinneti lor lior sister, Hire. William Bewley, at this iscin promptly tiublioooiock p. mHpoaKlng mil at J. ' ' Wi.dneidiiy " place. Hook Valo, 21 McDanleli. Thunda; Mr. nnd Mrs. A, Moreman spent sever22 lludionvllle, Friday 2.1 al days in Bowleyvillo the latter part of Saturday Cuittr, 25 Ilewlejvlllo, Monday the week. 2ft Tueiday Webiter, Miss Allen and Miss Clark, of 30 Mooloyvillo, Wodoeiday 28 Union Star, Thurtlay who have been visiting Mr. 29 Stephomport, Friday and Mrs. Allen, of this place, returned I earnestly requeued Mr. Skillman to assist me in arranging th's HaJ, but ho positively, homo Friday, refuiod, I wanted to tee Mr. Oluigow boforo Miia Graco Troxillo, of Louisville, nnd making thli lilt but failed. I truit thin shall Miss Francis Clarkson of Big Spring meet Mr. Olaigow'i approval, and that ho will aocept tbii invitation and ipontt the remainder visited the Misses Woolfolk and n of tbe campaign with me locially, and that last week. ire will maintain tho frlendihlp that now Dr. Will Strother and Charlio Morris, exutt. OUANVILLK 8. WILSON, of Big Spring, were guests of tho Misses Woolfolk Sunday. Brass Band. Tho lliirdliuburjt Mechanics Hand la now Mrs. Mary Stith from tho Masonic ready to rtccive anntrncta tn play for County Homo in Louisville camo down on tho l'alra, Picnics and other ainuacincnta. 1'or terms etc, addrase excursion last Wednesday. JOK II. COX, Sec'y, iiurimiiourir, y. Mrs. Dr, Dowden nnd Miss Ophelia QTICK. All peranni wanting land will Hay chaperoned n picnic party at Buteaie call on mc, na ray aand uana la potted termilk Falls last Friday. MAHV J, MIM.1 A party 'of fifteen or twenty " vouni? yeaning; innwnm bucks :. 7" "r peoplo from Louisville nro spending this J.1 nfuercback lamb., couwoid and half shorn !( I Tie ottlnst lambs wiutk at tlwi ol(l mill nn Tlnn lM"''""tV , "cm. w; itith.irUi,4,ton, Ky. bev-eragRitfi-uniso- Marshal Fate Swoops Sown And Scoops In Somo Of The Boys. Whenever you hear of Log, Pato being nt homo Bick, look out for something to happen in this part of tho country. Log, you know, is n United States Deputy Marshal, and is in very bad health, but it seems that just when ho is tho most indisposed (?) is when ho is laying for Breckonridgo county law breakers. Ho has been sick for a week or two, and ono day last week ho passed through this city enrouto to Owensboro with four prisoners who wero charged with selling liquor without license. Tho persons nrrestcd wero John I'ul-liaHenry Alexander, Charles Shelby and Bob Mattingly. All had been selling whisky, but Mattingly, who had been disposing of Dr. John R. Barr's 'famous rheumatism medicino, which is perfectly legitimate, provided it is sold as it should bo properly comjiounded. No ono who knows Bob Mattingly would think that ho would violate any law, and the result of his trial will bo anxi ously looked for by his many friends. As thelncipal incredient in Dr. Barr's Jfejtv&Iy' 's Puro applo brandy, it is intoxicafJftgwhon taken to nn cxceBs o and it has been frequently used nsa in local option and prohibition districts, nnd unprincipled dealers havo taken advantage of Barr!s patent to sell "straight goods" under tho guise, of a medicino. It is not thought Mattingly has handled tho goods in nny other way than a legitimate one. owmer & Hamhlefon's ALLCNDS AT PANIC PRICES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVVVVVV ' 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 Gleri deane, selling goods cheaper than ever b fore. Thanking you for past favors and solicfl ing a continuance of same. We remain Most Respectfully, Hivi r ry It Is Now $1 a Visit. We 'the undersigned physicians of Clovorport, Ky hereby resolvo and agree to chargo one dollar per visit with-i- n tho city limits, instead of ono dollar pordayas has been tho usual custom heretofore. . f This agreement to tnko effect July 10, 1892. W. 0. MOORMAN, glendeane,k; Jno. M.. Clayton, M. F.M.f-mith- " " it D. Capital, i$,?'C0,000. 8. S. Wntkins, A. A. Simons, J. F. I.ightfoot, J. T. Owen, II II The Tradesmens National BanE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. Organized at a State Dank 162.T SAWING WOOD JaneLE. Granniss, Pre.'i. Under National Act 1805, Ta-h- a Logan C, Hurray, Olmr ACCOUNTS F, Bsity. tajusr , COKRESrONDENCE INVITED. INVITED. Is hard work, but its olose application that counts. We Louisville Institute, FOR THE OF THE jj, l'V rwi look after our patrons' interests. Now we have a aoocL thing in SUMMER FABRICS and you'll get the benefit pf it. . LIQUOR HABIT . Ta coinnainr ' cmaiaia l 'IRoa. L. Barrett. I. M. Athertoa. Tolio H. LaatlMra. O. II. ftfoni Wm. It.y, M. fie! hwrt,' L.mia anil lull". R.rkhnuu. W. 11. IliiUv. C. P. Moormaa. CiltM 1008 J?iratJSt.,J3ei Jacob & College St., Louisville, Ky. ' DR. SftMUBL fVGflRVlN, MANAGER; . . '. -- ! .. .j- ;. " CLOYMPOBf, JCY. "..ciarty.Ji f '""i taarli. r, JBn.ila:U ASMtimSll. OwttfMtmi MMNVB .ri -- ?. s M'yKTTfc&jyAaM wrrgaartByr.r ; t r,;nfrrrraTSssaa.r; ssccgssegflSjaaaegBra: &. ... mMMihlMGS& aa bigbfrpr :,- - " j"Kg lira rm roniyj jc Ja TM "5l ti U uld the dge mere ed for "noth- - ife scourag- - otncwnm- U; Wo had op to what W trouble. and another ot feel able ttr a. manu-Ud- among t .us tnlkcu of iippojgtou to look the 01 mo com- ibo the money. bo few had any n me &nartn line and started ion learned that apital to run one r 01 ua gunrnn- tnpany went in i'Otouutmthc capital stock, g debtlMled tlio creamery. inonthi.UK Cntiro indebted-- d off the net profits, d i thi'Curs I sold out (uv company at itw percent. h Ntuiq creamery sells all the mano, on oruers, saving nu ljjolling tno butter, ana r investment m ourniuo Jiavo 17 creameries in doing wojlj and quite counties adjoining. ii our experience that ment in a creamery is u, our experience as ik tiaa xo DC worked mvoo do. At first o to get tne larmers of brimr'uiir milk to ce a day and sellinc It from 75c r 100 pounds, looked bo llttlo hard to net the farmors to t after u small start they urnd- me ihto the the thing and now a farmer within ten miles of a ybut soils Ins niilk, and they ays. uney eei vnoir money eacit id now scarcely ask for credit at ares always have some chango. anta don't have to wait until they eir crops before thoy get their pay. i the farmer in three ways. One salo of the milk pays for the feed wture of the' stock, and small wages ir timo and trouble oi bringing otho creamery. Another way is rrease of stock kept for inilk, and at not least, tlio keeping oi stock vsturing on tho land improves the sucn an cxiom uiai mo crops are much bottar. 5And I want to Ut the fennertf here, without a sin kception that 1 know of and I talked with manv m them say ifiro was nevor a better thing dono ) farmers than starting tho cream- - MK ucornrntcu o isu that it was 1VUI1 ii'.UUU. oa( MfttK'q 'TJiHitmnltfir won larmers ana tnoy small nerd oi there was no now", g to it LODIBURQ. The Fourth At Irvlngtofl. At n time llko this when the Amcllcali Airs. Minify Hardin Is visiting relatives AoilICUIiTUItK, HoilTICtfLTtrilE llilnd is bent on patriotic demonstrations t'Cpwity Girl "Falls' and Statistics, it is unsccming that the world should in Sample. . FnAKKFOitT, Ky., July 7, 1802. deem that Irvlngton is on tho Rip Van StAn Elovator Shaft Horn, to the wife of J. H. Gibson, n The. reports of tho condition of the Winkle order and not enthused with girl, July 11th. Wi glowing crops of tho various kinds in (iiu uuuiuvihu hilarity. Whiio bills and D. K. Murray, Cloverport, was hero tlicx.Btatc, for tho month ending Juno Hotel. posters announced it not, yet a very en- ono day last week. 33th, indicate that tho season has been joyable day was spent in our enterprisfairly good. Mr. Andy Keys was n guest of Miss ing llttlo town, on the glorlou8 Fourth" litualf Gampbell.Dios Among WHEAT. Anna Hashain .Sunday. the occasion being tho meeting of tho FahtffeTs And U brought As to this crop the harvest has been Miss Myrna Hardin, of Owensboro, is club and election of oflicers. completed. Tho largo majority of tho Tennis tHomeor Bursal. visiting relatives here. Early in tho morning buggies and 1 1, correspondents report that tho crop will i. ' Mrs. Frank W. llasham, of Morgan-to.vbegan to arrive, laden with plds-Ur- o trmifCrtHllHcll. of Concordia. bo very superior. A number complain is expected homo next week. seekers, carrying well filled' ham unity) iiiel with n most awful of smut, and others that tho head has pers ; and ere tho sun's kisses became Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gibson, Sample, was uier'math at tho Louisville not filled as thoy expected. Tho weath- too anient quite gathering of the tho guest" of .Mr. Willie Gibson Saturday. LovSvillc, last Tuesday oven- - er for threshing has been good until the citizens of Irvington and vicinity wero lltst week in tho month, and in boiiio Miss Bettio Dowell, of Hazel Dell, iHAflg down, the shaft of an elevn near the suburbs of tho town spent last week, tho guest of Mrs. Smla places there arc complaints of too much collected bent on laying aside tho burden of caro going up on the elovator and rain. In a comparison with last year's and crowning Pleasure Queen of tho day. Cart. crop tho per cent, of tho acreage is 103 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson, of Samplo preached tlio thiril floor, sho nt- The business houses woro all closed, and Grovo SunWKbt ouU but waited until' tho and tho condition is 100. s and clerks wore not attended church at Walnut tired con.v. 7)HtarUjdT)cfpjro she made tho day. "business" men but American citizens The weather during most of Juno has :j!rfie sliding gates in the eleva- Miss Sarah Moran, of Irvington, was set intent on refreshing the Inner man ilt wonraatoiiinticaiiy and close been nil that was required for corn. with 4th of July accessories. the guest of tho Misses llasham last uacievntor moves upward. As That which was planted early looks well Tennis, of course, was tho gamo of the week. The irig out tho descending gate and in good growing ronditlon. Mr. Tillman, of Hudson, was a gue.U day reminding young America that as id and she fell back be- - late com is much better than tho farmers broku from old England of iMiss Ida Diitschko Saturday and our I'the 'floor of tho elovator. which by expected, tho hot dry weathor being lino on thiri day, one hundred and sixteen Sunday. Itnno had gone above her. Sho gave for plowing and killing weeds. Some of years ogo, thoy too, could beat thuir Enllev. A. N. Whittinghlll filled Ids reguuing ,'scfeani and wont, headlong tlib'lnto planting Is very small, and will glish cousins, in a friendly contest of an lar placo at Walnut Grovo Saturday and more plowing nfter harvest than tti'a Bltttft to .tho cellar below, require English game. Sunday. ;ng her. head and breaking almost is customary. A number of corresjton-dent- s When the compliments ol the day Mr. Tom Robertson pceins to bo sufferreport; that tho ground from the ly bono in the upper Jiart of her body were passed, nnd somo pleasant badina ing excruciatingly from a severe pain in excessive wet weathor in tho Bpring is ge fall,. Death was instantaneous. the indulged in, refreshments were served his heart. lie1 body was moved to an undertnk. .very hard, and many places are dry and in primo style, and Kentucky hospitalAh there, Raymond gir's, your breath Rlishment where Coroner Berry want rain. Tho per cent, acreage is 102, ity was d sp.'iiced by tho suinptums fc.ist TonACco. You had bettor, say as sweet as roses o inquest at i o clock, and a do- Bprcnd so tempting on tho green sward The arreago in tobacco will bo very Was rendered in accordance with all invited t6 partake, and cheer for onions. nnd large, tho indication being that it will vo facts. Miss Annio Diitwhke, of Pleasant the 1th. inlo Campbell was raised near Cori- - about equal that of last year's crop. A Mrs. Date Washington and Mrs. John Valley, is visiting her cousin, Miss Ma ia,andis well connected in Meodp largo part of the crop was not set out un- Wimp wero tho presidinggoniuses of the Dubschkc. 00 ity. Sho was an orphan girl, tho til late, some farmers not finishing their feast and as a natural sequence t Misses Allicand Maggie Cart, of Shiloh, laughter of Kobt. Pollock, a farmer, work until tho last few days in tlio feast of reason and tho flow of soul mil was the guest of Miss Carrie Cart, Saturig near the abovo named place. month. The outlook for tho crop now is pleasant tho linpromptuo festival day and Sunday. 18 about i4 years i)f age, and was .good, though a few complaints of the cut Lato in tho afternoon an "election of Miss Lulie Payne and Miss Sallio Tho per illigent, young lady. worm havo been received. oflicers was held, which resulted as folIlrown, of New Albany, spent a few days cent. Is 100. had no relatives. hi Louisville, lows: Miss Nellie Henderson, Presi- in Stephesport last week. ItYE. of rnnsitis residing nt H 15 dent, Mr. Floyd ItolyvrtsVIcoPreshlent, Mrs, Mollio Dowell and Miss itreet, so n telephone dispatch was Tho prospects for a line quality of rye .iii!V " f "" u" . ..i.. . . t ui ii Cart, of .Morgantown, is vimung meir l'ayncsviiie, uio nearest, ouico 10 aro good, but tho crop will be small, tho Washington Secretary. Ex cutivo Com por cent, being 70. mother, Mrs. SudaCiirt. 10. mittee, Miss Ilettiti McGchcc, Miss Mary im- ,1'ollock, her brother-in-la. Mrs. Charity Norton and grandson, f s JLno reports of this crop show that the Henderson nnd Miss Maggie Carter. sh on ccttinc the news, p'r1 Tllfe is tlio first of n series of entertain 'Master Amnion, of McFaul, Mo , is visitlo accident went toJJCoujHvillo and acn ago is 90, and the condition 101 per ments to bo given by the club, during ing Mr. Jerry Norton. d,to Concoaiffaawith tho body ol cent. Miss Carrio Cart entertained quite a the summer, and if the program is well CLOVER. orjfflato young lady on the carried out, the season will prove a very nuiuber of her friends last Saturday This crop is unusually large 10!) per lerson packet Wednesday night. They report a pleasant tlmo. enjoyable one. The following members Sho was buried in the Flint Island cent. Uncle Frank and Aunt Kitty Basham compose the clito: Miss Nellie HenderTIMOTHY. Catholic Cemetery, near Concordia, at son, Miss Lucy Frank, Mrs. Ken Wath-e- had started in their buggy to visit Mr. P.rop fine 101 per cent. 2 o'clock" Thursday aftenoon in the preMiss Maggie Greenwood, Miss Lillio Jerry Norton last week, unfortunately pastures. sence offftdargo crowd of weeping relabuggy turned ovei and both wero All kinds remarkably good 105 pep McGlothlan, Miss Mamio Washington, tho tives and frills. severely hurt. Iteo Washington, Miss llettiu Miss cent. Miss Mary Henderson, Miss AI'I'I.ES. Such little complaints as heartburn, Moggie Carter, Miss Kora llendereqn. It is a fixed and immutable law that The crop of apples will bo fair 75 per hca'dacho, tootache, sour stomach, etc., Messrs. Herndon McGohee, Charlie to have good, sound health ono must arc not often fatal, but very annoying. cent. Claycomb, Worland Carter, Frank Car- lmvu pure, rich and abundant blood. PEACHES. All such troubles are quickly cured by A fair crop in some locnlitias, and tho ter, Floyd Hoberts, Dr. Eugeno liowley, There is no shorter nor surer route than Lightning Hoi Drojw. Mr. A. C. Itayner by a course of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. Kobt. Herndon and Herndon. Shops, W. Ya., says : "I havo been af- per cent. 08, The club meets at Irvington every Sold by Short it Hnyncs, Cloverport, and SORdHUM. flicted with heartburn and sour stomach Heard & Heeler, Hardinsburg. As compared with last year, the'acrer Saturday and is tho occasion of enjoyfor four Vears. Found no relief until I ment and sociability. used Lightning Hot Drops. I can hon- ago of this crop is 75 per cent. PELLVILLE. Severn1 persons from a distance Iieing ' IRISH POTATOES. estly say that Lightning Hot Drops has visitors in the neighborhood helped to A largo xrop of potatoes may bo exAll dealers sell it. cured mo entirely." A good rain would be gladly received pected, tho comparisons with last year's swell tho pleasure of the Uh celebration in our locality. 25 and 50c. bottlce. crop being 100 per cent, in acreage, and' among them being Miss Jessie Jolly, of Bro. Win. Bruncr is preaching monthOWenslioro", Miss Mattio Mattiirgly of HARNED ON A BOOM. CO per cent, in condition. Miss Olio Henderson, of Louisville, and ly at the Baptist church nt this place. IIKM1'. Ho makes a good pastor. Miss Agnes Worland, of Hrandenburg. An Enterprise Started There Which l'rospecte aro good for a flno crop Men and Capital With threo cheers for Democracy and Tho steam thresher Is making its anWill Bring conditbn, 82 per cent, G rover Cleveland for President, I close. nual parade over our roads and breaking to the.Place. wool,. bridges as usual. Tho wheat crop is the Sheared wool, as compared with last A representative of tlio Ntws visited "April showers niako May flowers.' best of several years. Harncd'8 station on tho L. II. & W., year, Is 00 per cent. Jasper Marlow, near Lynnia was buried and wet feet make bad colds, but LightVery respectfully, three miles from Hardinsburg one day ning Cough Drops will euro any cough, at Panther Creek July 12. On tho preNicholas McDowell, last week. This point is tho center of a and hoarseness, or croup. Mr.Jno. Casoy, ceding day ho was cutting barn-log- s good timber section, and from tho hand- Commissioner. Zonia, W. Va., says : "Lightning Cough was struck by tho falling timber, and ding of this ono itom nlono, tho place Fret not your lifo nwny because your Drops is something wonderful. I do not died in a few minutes, Ho was a good promises to grow and flourish into quite iink there is any medicine in tho world man nnd will bo missed by many friends a prosperous little village. Tho latest hair is gray, whilo young, as you can ht will give better satisfaction. Will as well as his bereaved wife and chiladdition to tho place, and nn enterprise stop all gruynpffi and can beautify the that will drop considerable money into hair with Hall's Hair Itonewer and bo do all claimed for It." All dealers Bell dren. " it. . the pockets of tho pcoplo there, is a happy. II. D. Brown, of tho linn of II. D. t stavo making establishment, under tlio G. W. Brown, of this placo, mot with n Obituary. BURAS. i management of 0. M. Klrod & Co. Mr. serious mlsfortuuo Julyllth. He. was reDied, at her homo near this placo Sate M. Elrod is tho chief manager of tho 0. turning from Owensboro with a The initials of tho best friend of Miss wagon loaded witli Bait, sugar, etc., concern, and ho told a News man that urday Juno 25th, 1802, Mrs. Hannah Annie O'llryant Sunday, was 15. T, when ho got regularly to work thoy Houltingliousc, wife of Ed. Iloultlng-housand in trying to apply tho brake to tho aged 44 years. Sho was a memMrs. Bernard Solomon nnd Airs. Delpwagon, in descending a hill near Elisor, would saw out ten thousand staves per day already for making tight barrels. ber of tho Baptist church. Tho funeral hian Loeb,VIncGrove,nro visiting frjends thofront wheel of tho wagon ran over nnd Tho machinery for working tho staves Is services wero conducted by Row ll'runcr. at this place. his foot, loosing nil tho Wo read with pleasure tho announcebursting one toe of tha foot. dono with circular saws, and besides and on Sunday morn eho was laid to rest being ft head of tho old'Bystom of "buck- in tho old church yard. When tho ment of Hon. J. A. Murray as a candidate of death usCs his keen sicklo on for Circuit Judge. ing'.' it. is a great Baving of timber to the reapor Druggists and all others who sell farmer. Tlio saws do tho work perfectly, tho ripening grain wo know it Is ready Miss Althia ndinits that Mi, G.'s Prince Ayer's Aguo Cure are authorized to for the harvest. When tho" flowers that and there is scarcely any waisto of timAlbert coat has inado quiet a favorablo guarantee a euro in every instance. Try grow fall, wo pick them up with tender this medicine first. ber in getting tho staves ready for the Impression with her. barrels. Mr. Elrod is a practical timber thought and mourn their untimely fato. Miss Clara talks but little, "yet she Wo can say bo little to tho loving husman, having worked at tho business all Turlir Itiifiirni hiiiI Victory. band and eight children of our friend thinks a great deal, but sho has not deof his life. Ho is from Erin Tennessee, The feature of the platform which and neighbor, who has just lost his com- cided which it Is, little I. or C. where helias been engaged in tho stavo Mr.WIII Sklllman, of West View, Nvas will murk the llgkting linn of tlte cambusiness quite n number of years. He is panion. paign is its t.irilT plmikv The nominatoo hard to give her up when ono of thi guests nt tho social glvon by It seems tion of Cluv ilatuUiKi this platform draws at Harncd to stay, ho says, and his busi- Meyer of tho Missesthis placo Saturday tho issue sharply between thu parties. ness will work up a good thing for tho her family needed her council and care. ovening. Wo can only weep with them nnd Bay a Under the banner of Cleveland and town, and tho people in tho surrounding tnrifl reform the democracy of tho nadevoted wlfo and loving mother lias Misses Carrie and Beatrice Moyer encountry. Ho expects to work forty men, been taken from the sins and evils of tertained qulto a number of fi lends Sat- tion, if it opposes ii united fiout to the and will pay out upwards of $3,500 per enemy, will march to certain victory. this world. urday evening with a social party. 0. month. Mr. Henry Hurned gave his Boston Globe. No inoro on earth will wo sco our C and others wero present. company five acres of ground on which loved ono's geniul smllo nor iiear her Mrond Mrs. Mich. Moyor, of Harncd, Voiitrlbiilliina Tlimikriilly Uv'IihI. to placo their plant and they are getting voice. Her labors hero woro npt finish- nnd Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moyer nnd Miss Mr. funiN)ii'rt iHtnilniBtrntion lina no ready for work aB fast as thoy can. Ono work was undone She was cut fotio Buzby, of Hardinsburg, wero visit- rcbukofor Mr. Wiiniiiiiaker'n iutuultooii disadvantage they woro laboring under ed, her down in tho primo of life. JJnt wo ing friendB at this placo Sunday, dvll Bcrvicb reform. "Contributions to tluro at present, said Mr. Elrod, was should not mourn as tho cninpalgn conuitfon fund will bo those without hopo thoy hud no telegraph oflico and ho that thankfully receirud in eVcry fudoral wo should look forward to the bright resdidft't boo how thoy woro to get along If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your bniltliiitf. Civil service reform, llko one wiVi)t one. He thought, howover, urrection morning, when friend will blood is thick and sluggish ; if your ap- cent postage, is only for iilutforms. thaTittr, McCracken would open ono again meet friend, husband and wife will petite Is capricious and uncertain, you Louisville Courier-Journa- l. bo united, mother and children will sco (hero, though, after a whilo, at least need a Sarsaparilla. For best results again each others faco and sad, sad partA I'rmnliliig Outlook. (hoy intended to prevail on him to do take Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Hay- ings will indeed bo no inoro. Today 110 truo Democrat can say that bring a number of bo. His mill would rjes, Cloverport, nrul llciml & Heeler a different result-iChicago would havo Her lulTerlnBi are now over, on with their families to Harned to llnrtlinsburg. been Ixtttcr for tho party. It is a proud There loved one weup no more J I. had to have houses, Kpr iho hat launched her snowy burcjuc, day for the Democracy of tho nation. Upon :i brighter fcliore. 13 some- Tlio skies uro bright with proinlso, Licensing Engineers. God ever ilneth all thing well, Buffalo Times. nuch Tlio question of licensing engineers Is "fJivcth and taleth Ive being bo tuiltntcil in every statu in the And Itivn III dear hand that plucknt The Sower Ironi the spray. Union that within a short timo, for tho Her aoul went forth, tp to its home, protection of human lives, it will.bq inu jojor djt mm, possible for liny ono intrusted with steam r turn, the Clirlstl It) hackf to hold or secure a situation without nv cner In. passing a rigid examination and obUdn-in- g U. A. F. a license. Stephenson's Illustrated practical Test, tias beenVublislitl to aid loss TO DEATH; MONTHLY CROP REPORT, OrncK op Tin: Commissionkh ok B. LKKHK AND ML wii. i iiur lUKNISIIIII) 11 mm V EEAL THIRD STREET ESTATE len.G. Herndon & Co., T Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your monoy. Do you General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. sale. Consignments Cash with every solicited. car-llag- n, PUKIN MANUFACTUllKHS OF : LOUISVILbK. KY Tu Ifl, HOJ. Shippers should m.rk all packao plainly, with shipper's natno and posl-offlc- o address. iiUTTKH. inmce, country .ucuium Common Croatuery Fresh , shop-keeper- I'laeiciaigj Ming, fNk fi Si fore-fathe- Call on 11. L. Newu'ln. Do you want to rent a Farm 7 Call on H. L. News in Do you want to rent City property 1 Call on H. I,. Newsnm. nnd only loIrnblo Do you want tho-hes-t lotinrsnlo on Main, .Mix 1 75 feU fur Call on H. b. Ncwsntn. $300.00? Do you want to huy the Cloverport Hotel, centrally located and doInK a large Call on K, L. Neirsom, business? P. S. I am now prepared ar.il havs full authority to oITer raid Motet at a bargain. This Correspondence from abroad solii-itcd- . Ii a good clianco to secure tbe best and most hotol in tho city, and no "boom" popular price asked. Do you want a loan negotiated? Call on It, L. Newsiiin. want to buy Ileal Estate? I0(W)IJ ' 2(1 liMH V aos. , 12 ('J2J V'J N"' Itooiters... Lare Springers Medium Springers Hmall Sprfugers Live (Jeeso (feathered) Lhe (loose (plucked) Prime, white gooso Mixed Old No. l.duck ..: routLTItY. - ia"t"i2Hl 4 1 3 60 to 3 75 2 onto 3 2 40 to 3 nil , 3 00 to 4 ull '1 'J I tt ;., ....-.;?- 1 00 to 1 75 J 40 to .1 till 2 00 to 2 60 FEATllimS. , 25 rj) 38 jsrov? 25(iu40 lii(i:ni 1 i good-lookin- g fiQsSbla 2dJfiJftfi(8 mft evo-nln- g. n, e, Jiu 'flri..':!Jl HIDES. Havo you money you want placed on Call on It. b Ncwsoin. safe security ? flrecn.food ;ijifil 4 Dry Salt, good Do you want money on sh'rt call? ((, h Dry illnt, good Call on 11. I,. Newfotn, 8 fa) II -Sntei' skin & 2o Do tou war.t to rent a house ? WOOL. Call on 11. I. Nensom. Tub washed ., 30 (?i) 32 1. S. flood tutting renters can generally Oiease, One ., 22 (i) 2.1 bet mo put a "bug in your drowse, secure n house. , 20 (ij) car," It. b. Newsom rents property and collcctr Merino (onrse " ; lo(,i) 1H tin" rents on n commission of ten por cent, and, ,...'.'.. U Qj) 16 don't Hurry and Cuts renting being a specialty with him, N&IS&Qg? DHIED AI'I'LKS you know it is better to place your property in Why? Common, per lb bis hands than to'rcnt It yoursoll ? 2K'o ,3M Uecausu lie is controlling a Urge amount of Fair to good per lb i'A t property and t.illing non paying routers find Choice iier lb 3 to 3K It "unhealthy" and he soon gets rid of them. Fancy " 3Kto 3K Nowsoni hears but few complaints from good Chopped " 1 to IX Keep constantly on hand renters, but tho "howl" comes from thoso fcl .'.."..'.".'. l'eeliiigs " 1 to 1 lows who do not want to pay, and to such ho Evaporated, In sacks .'." 3 to 6K a largo stock of Ca.l on Somebody Else. says l'EACHKS. Is Newinm hard heartod ? Nut especially so Haltos, per lb to lie will ac$oininodato you if you pay for It, and Quarters per lb to 2 provided you stand to your side of the bargain Poelod, per lb H t If you don't like his way of dealing roars per ID 3 la 4 on Somebody Else. Blackbtrrioi per lb Call 3 tu 3M : when your Oh I Sy.Tipathcticrtiocrites HAY, QHAIN, FUKD -don't V We quote brluoi 1 JiM y IT tiM1ron Louisrillo eltj uovo yo .""."" . blamo Iho landlord quite so much, but 'round at his ufiico and drop in $5.00 for the . 1' special olj ct of your sympathy and help pay Rlrlll ),..l- '2 his rent. It will be ilhiding the loss on bad Tit , an. v ,, ( uauico routers, and then you will feel bitter. Don't uoou .Moniuia u 00 65 III 110 lit the landlord loso it all I I" Oood Iirlght Straw j Ml (fit 6 60 I. &. The obove scripture is addressed to . . CORN. tho heathen gentiles, unoice unite 5.1 50. ,'". H. L. Kewsum has about sixty renters and Choice sholled 52 (Vj 55 To good he duu't want any but paying ones OATS. paying renters ho will take special pains to No, 2 oats 34 36 mako them comfortable. k W II BAT. Do you want a houro built and piy fur it in No. 2 Loni; Horry wheat..'..), CLOVERPORT, KY. monthly installments ? For terms No. 2 Rod Call ou it. L. Nowsom. JIISCKLLANKOUS. -- horse power engine and Do you want a forty Tallow, per bill Call on 11. Ii. ISewsom. boiler. Ileeswax Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and Sorghum per gallon Stare and Heading Factory with ixiwcr alPOTATOKS. ready attached? Call on it. L Nowsom. Poor to mod. Mich. " " Nor. IndHaving about thirty acros of city lots he ' 40 Home drown ior liarrel. would sell a few "slices," and it you want n (.0 I 25 11. 1.. Nowtujn. Frinn store 2o to bo or bu higl building lot Call on IIKAKS.. Doyou want to pay your city Uxor ? 1 60 to 1 .Michigan, ban. 1 picked..... 75 Call on H. L. Newsom. The tttapl ppHtUoo T -- nuiautt 1 40 to I flil favy. Havo you claims agiiin.t the city tioisury? " Common anil r, WAYNE'S 76 to I 110 Cull on the city treasurer anil ho will toll you Flat nnd ulxoj. jw-3- r 05 to 1 00 OINTMENT, that It, L. Newsom, as City Tux Collector, al'NS. without tvnj toUnU ways keeps said treasury supplied with money. Northern, per bhK I 50 to 2 60 .rival... . "s sPsb V, . , mvmciDU, lartl Ml THTL iiTrfCpJ Ur.ACMmft.iteh. ill Claims for collection sulicitod from cities 1 m store. 0 to 2 75 rueUooa a th fux. abroad and prompt remittances made. .lltllMLl ' lABdl. UOsM. !.. Uitln ' stnro tniiiitIUt 2 00 to 3 00 Mnny thanks for tho largo p'ltronago I have Per crate from kin1f tsitilta .. k..1tV J ClSLlilty. onjoyed. ! A.n jJui dmuui Twit ruiM.i.ift, Fancy white plume, per dot... .... 35 to 4 if Choice " R. 20 to 25 Choice (Irecn...-- . 10 to 20 Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co, THE LOUISVILLE ST. LOUIS AIR LINE. g toft&w n Gl!i3$& ij "'"' iliMOM '.. "kt' Third Street Planing Mill, 'if j u Wi ..... j WkWK t, r. L. NEWSOM. fillers' Liver I Act Directly on tlicUvcr. ctmis DrerErsu, and of ins HsinT, Dizziness, ToniiD COATID TOWQCB, licd-tlm- 3STO. cniLLs Fxveh, nicrcHsADAcnn, Biuoca Colic, ConsTtra-TIOItHEtnUTISX, TILI3, Paititatioh TIME SCHEDULE TakliiK i:ifict At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednezdaj July 29. '51 IVctl Jui.ini renins ''"I Hound Trmui M Uxor Dally S2."ipii 6 40 18. (L. E. & ST. L. R. R.) Linus, SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO stlmnlatcs tho etomich, rcstorca tho appetito, imparts vigor to tho fyetcm. They euro all diseases llko magic. Oct the right kind. SELLERS' LIVKU riLLS. Sold by druggists. Bend for circular. 8ELLKHS MEDICINE CO.,FHtbtugi.ra. Duxasxs or Tna Lrvm and Btoxaco. If you do not "fed very well," a singles pill at SlEErLESJNm, AKDAtl. Mall i-- .Mail Kxpt's Daily STATIONS lir' Dally 1 M St. Louis, Evansville South-West Hxpr'. Dally AND ALL POINTS 720 721 747 767 8 07 27 37 8 47 8 8 7 4.1 im 8U1 841 8 45 9U0 'JUS 811 817 917 'J 21 four-hors- 9 2i 9 34 9 44 9 52 10 WI 10 10 OU !) USpir Iv.Un'n Dii't..:ir 8 50 Kentucky St. 12 45 12(6 Westl'nint 8lfi 12UL'pm 8ITJ Howard Hock Haven lHVim 7 47 7 40 Lonir llranch 1138 7 31 HrantlenhiirK H"' 7 27 Mcadf Springs 1125 West and Tine-Car- d in Effect Scqt, 1890, 0:111 uv. 1.0UIBV1110 e, 855 9lfi 911 9 21 9 30 9 46 1951 IOOl 1010 1)13 1024 10 28 1031 1060 1102 11 11 . Irvington Webster . Kkron Huston 1119 1111 11 7 23 Arr St. Louis EYansvllle fl;55 piu ...8:44 1:20 a,m...B:z p.m. ..4:2; p.m a in " 715 U2 1015 10 2:1 925 toe-nai- 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 1162-i- n l'iercc Sk..iplc Stcphcn.porl Holt Cloierporf llawesvilk l'tttic I'alcon Cavce I.ewftport 1'owers Owensboro MattinKly WorthliiL'tnn Spottsviile Shops hklllni.in AilUlum Loililiuri; 1U63 1U45 1U31 23 1018 1015 10 10 01 10313 6 55 6 4S 6 40 6 31 G20 U cor luriuer laiormauon, eau R. A UWiOp.mj on or aaurex (len'l Pass. Ag't, Evnnsvllio, fml ' CAMPBELL. 18 J. B CAMPBELL, Louisville, 957 9 44 93.1 613 610 557 5 53 6 40 I). P. A. Lnalsrtlla, Ky CltyTlckot Office,S. W. Cor. Third k Slain St Ky. )M 9 20 630 622 6 15 915 9 09 611 6 05 4 . 11 . IT IS A DUTY yon owovonrscirnnd fnm llr fn apt IUD your Tn an far vaur lnnner. bent footwrnr ronottiize n Mhoc, vlitch hr piircliualiip; W. I.. Iloutrjua rrpriaent iho wi'iii ynluo for price naked, na tbciuaauda icntiir, win ji 21 1131 1140 1165 HsV ?i 125pm I'ates 861 4S I2TK 1246 1U4 1205pin 111 12204M1 Stanley 8 37 8 27 8 15 55 7 37 7 29 7 4 3i 4 25 4 13 4 OS l o 9on o . 8Ui fe'Sa-s&rars- ar.llcnder.'n Ilaskett. 355 337 lv 715im 315pm II, R, 3 29 LoufsviMe,Hardinsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. TpSS3pSife I "-- $2.25 42.00 t7 .50 A $2.00 43.50 uoies JV.tt'iT $2.00 $2.50 Oik r TiXl LLPl Mtf t , $5.00 $4.00 .$3.00 'W WJ Tlio TAKING EFFECT JULY LM), 1891. ros West Houn J Trains Hast Hound Trains fa? I ..Biapnb l.75 FOR $1.75 BOYS TJaTiy IJaTIy Dally DalTy ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIOJlsi. ex Sun. ex Sun No. 6 No. 1 No. 2 I No. 6 11 30tni I.v IrvinutonAr ICtDlm 1210pm 12 25 12 42 1 Lxouisvillo GotnniGrGial Will bo Bout to nny ntltlrt'ja from now until Jmiiinry 180:1, for twciity-llvcents. fttfUZKvtxKk w. THE 5fiH .OTHKIt Hl'KOIAI.TIKH In footwear aro of toe same blah grade, and rercsnut n monoy value far beyond the prices chanted. Soo that uamo oud prlco aro stamprit on bottom of each shoo. TAKHNOHUIISTITIITK. W. I.. Douglas, UrocUton, Mush. Sold J Itoiviuor A: llumulclnn, Cloverport. Ky. SHflk BEST SHOE L. DOUGLAS HCMI m HardlnsliurR Dempster Oarhelil Harneit S3H 18 2 15pm .ir HallsItoiiKli lv 130 148 165 Kirk Jolly Olendeane Kockvale 815 760 7 15 7U5 6 41 lt, o Cainmi;n yonr Ih now nt 634 654 521 JiicuN IN THE WORLD FOR THE HOffaf. Ruth Asklns 314 3 29 Oaks 400pni Arl'ordsvillel.v 3 02 260 6 14 un lmml ; you iiuiBt keep jiobTciI mill tlio wily to do ho is to rnul T1IK COMJIKItOIAI 5 29 51X1 4 45am tlio only titio i'xnoiimit of proU'ctlou ami wound currency in tlio South. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for : SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY : aw-ty,- " BANK OF Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb gun Plaater, Salt, Limo. Coal Oil by the Barrol, Plaater Hair, And examine it ciih'tully vou will bo suio to Bubscruio. Address nil letters nnd make' ll clieckfl nnd IVwUilllcq nnlfira iinvniilit In in I AYER'S PILLS HAEDIITSBUHG cure LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, f t ji off constipation dyspepsia, jaundice, jick headachy Capital Stock t)2ij,000. v B. F. DKARD, Pine & PoplarShingles tr Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring ways kept on hand, Orders by e&ab prompt Ir tilled. A large number of al- .Miioxrtt.T.r' uuw .uuu irv . Na . Fresid(at. 3wSil , Jillf i .rviikXri Bvucli exjuu- L. WV .WILL MIIiLKK, VIofl.PrMldeBt. M. II. BKARD, Cashier. II' YOIT U'ANl '. 8. W. kT ) BEARD MORRIS KSKRIDOK Dire J M. JOLLY. R. INTEREST 'PAID ON TIME Dp6sTS -- GREAT - .... ... BAR'GAI) " i " V-- w 'f Kentucky TraiiWnfl3iHl. FRJ UT TREES ii C.W.Sto&il Twi miles South of Ciavi "Si mwrnemmmn r r . teBsr tart." ?- -' ,rw tf ". Dr, J. M. Clayton, Nice nickels at Hell's. r Winter. Johu M. Borntracger v iV the City Bakery. V Physician Office Surgeon. Stiinloiuid fancy groieriiB nt II Fresh pencil cider at UIuuIh'b City in Dr. 1I7iiV old utantl up ttalrt. .Bakery. OLOVERPOnT. KY. Mr. Amid Board, of Webster, was in the city Friday. Mr. II. Bhuid, of Jolly's Station, was in the city Monday and Tuesday. OANNEL.TON, IND. Mr. A. J. Ainmet, of Denver, Col., is Suits lmulo to order in tliu best style. vibitiug his brother, Mr. C. Aimnet. I'eriVct fit guarantied. Orders solieitcd. 1). W. Fuirleigh and family returned to their homo In Louisville 'Monday KL D. A. A. night. Junl received a lot of late stylo "nail- . ors ' anu new mil snnpes. .ire. u. Ojjiceoter Hrrclenridge Hank. Duncan. CLOVEIIPORT, AT. Master Forrest Ntnticliir, of St. Ixuls, is Mm. J. P. the guest of his Wilkerson. S.CIaim &. Pension Agent The occupants of this ollieo nre obliged to Mrs. Howmer for an elegant lunch last Friday. STEPHENSPORT, KY. Mrs. Wash Holt nml Miss Jennie M. D. Smith, of Holt, were in the city shopping Monday. Surgeon MissAddio Ditto is chaperoning her CLOVERPORT, KY. three nephews and neicent her old home near Brandenburg. VSTOjirc at Home fur the present. It. U. Pierce will deliver you coal nt News. 8J cents ncr bushel. Good iiiutlity and will give satisfaction. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 181)2. John B. l'etitt and Hannah Gross, a very old couplo were married nt S'tepli-ensoLOCAL BREVITIES. Fridny night. Mr. Pete Fisher, Jr., manager of Pat-to- n Clothinc at coht, W. II. Hell, Brick Works, went to Chicago Saturlee rrcmn every evening nt tin City day on a short visit. Bakery. W. D. Huston, wife and daughter, of Wantkd J)iiv borders by Mrs. 10, A. Nelson county, are visiting Hev. S. P. PattiHon. Sliles, of Stephensport. Jailer Joint Slaton, of llarditmbnrg. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman enterwas in the city yesterday. tained the bridal party on Wednesday Notions and confectioneries. ( lieajest evening nt an elegant tea. in town V. II. lkll. Mibs Mary Bowmer, of Hardinsburg, Jliss Forrio Ilanlin, of Holt, linn gone who has been visiting Miss Liz.ie Mill-mato Tennessee on a visit. returned homo Sunday. George Jtoyil lias gone to Cbieiigo to was Hi II. C. Cannrv.nf lisA-j- r upend a few days recreating, Merchant Tailor, Simons, "a. JTk1rst Physician p Surgeon J. W. JAKRETT, grand-mothe- r, J. F. Lightfoot, Physician and Breckenridge rt n, Of Oloverport. stopped ofT an excursion here last Friday night and played, a duel with our Tim ITInrrlnRO of Mr, IV. J. Mioriunii coon bond. Tlio lluwisvillo, band was Anil .tllkk Cittlinrliii! Ilnwniur the worst ever heard In this city, and nt l.noi Tliiirxilri the first round ree ived its death wound When you did not come to time i gainThe greatest billow that bus swept find u colored band that knti Clovur-port'across tho usually placid bosom of socieyou will have to go a long way to ty in this little city for many it day, was got it. the marrlago Inst Thursday evening of Mr. Walter J. Sherman, of Dallas, Texas, A to Miss Catharine Bowmer, of this place. Because of the prominence of the contracting parties, society had been all Littlo Bossio Kindor Is Drowned In iwtir since the announcement of the engagement several weeks ago and long beTho Ohio Whilo Bathing fore the appointed hour standing loom was nt n premium in tlio Elm street Lizzie Johnson And Her Father, The Methodist church, where tho sacred ceremony was to be performed. They Rescuer, Narrowly Escape With wero married precisely at 8 o'clock p. in. Their Lives. by the Hev. W. C. Brandon in the presence of un luimenso crowd of people. It A most deplorable accident occurred was positively the most elegant wedding over at Tobinsport, just ncross the liver, that was ever solemnized in Cloverport. about 3 o'clock Thursday evening. Tho ceremony was very impressive nnd Two young girls, Bessie Kinder and the vast congregation listened nnd look Lizzie Johnson, about 12 years of nge, ed with tho most rapt attention. Mr. Johnwere in the river bathing. At a given signnl Miss Luln Owen, n son, father of Lizzie Johnson, was sitting deft toucher of the organ keys, started on the share watching tho girls and tho "Wedding March," nml ns tho when they had waded out to where the solemn notes vibrated through the water ail no about to tho arm pits. Mr. building the party marched slowly down Johnson told them that they had gone the aisle to the niter. The bride carried a fur enough and had better come back to large Ixxjuct of bride roses and the shore. When they attempted to do so bride's maids cauied boquets of white prevented them, and not carnations. tho under-toTho impressive words of being able to swim they immcdiitely be- the minister wero spoken not in n loud, came frightened nml began to flounder but in n elcnr, distinct voice nnd everyand cry for help. thing elso was so quiet that they could Mr Johnson, who is n sickly, weak bo distinctly heaid in tliu remotest parts and nervous man, immediately sprang to of the building. The attendants wero the rescue and grabbing his daughter Misses Addio Ditto, of Louisville; Maggio Bhoved her toward tho shore whero she Bowmer and Skillman, Clove.rport; could save herself. He then tried to Vertnn Gamer, Winchester; Gensie save Bessie Kinder, when sho grabbed Bmsbop O i?nt,tr' Kvi-mIiis, A full lino of cigars and tobacco, Give mo u call. W. II. Bell. Mr. U.S. English, of Itobeits Bottom, was in the city Saturday. A coon brass band from llnwesvillo SHERMAN-BOWM- ER. W GONDII Henry Winter. Wm. J. The Most Brilliant Wedding That Ever Stirrod The Social Wators Are You Comfortable Don't any you aro, when tho ft porspira-tio- n ft In tho clothes you wear ? is oozing from every poro and you cl like you were in WATERY GRAVE. Turkish bath. For solid comfort during this .torrid weather, there is nothing better than a suit of our gauze Underwear one Cassimero of oiy cool Madras Shirts, a pair of Trousers and a thin Skeleton Coat and Vest, of which wo have" light-weight IMPERIAL. V I 4 Evcry'farnUy carK 3r V6, such a great variety, in all colors and grade. costs but little, while the comfort ib Tho whole outfit great. Try it. Julius Winter &Co.. kOUl Thei mm wmi Tlio contents of a tin oTImp4 !..i.. -- r .Jt jiJCi 111 ii.i llirUU HUUS Ol IllltilllllK i XtoliJible" Clothiers njiout ton miriuiesBj TC Cor. Third and Market, NOTICE. e, Louisville, Ky. Irvington Blacksmith Shop. INCORPORATION Know all men, that we Jno. Nevlt, Chos. Blanford, J. L. Henry, J. K. King, F. 11. 1'. VV. Footo and K. S Dandy Lave associated ourselves together as Incorporator, ami lor ourselves our arsoclales nnd successors, have liecmne Incorporated under and pursuant to the ,rovllon ot chapter 6P, or tho (lencral tilalue (it the State of Kentuoky, with all the right, powers and privileges under aald statute, and havo adopted tho following articles ol Incorporation : 'lhenamo of the corporation shall bo the Irvington Creamery Co., and In that name It Zvty I,0W" ,0 shall hare perj C Lit To tho fanners and other persons living in tho vicinity of Irvington, who may wish nny thing done in tho g line, I wish to say that I have bought tho shop at this place and nm now prepared Jo do all kinds of work at very reasonable figures. Pete Paul is my workman. Give mo a coll. T. .1. Adklsson. NOTICE. The mission to have commenced on iilP 20th Inst, in ClovornorL lin linnn t''3 Diocesan Missionary blaek-stnithin- Try It ajid. r. cJ $ i Wo guarantee-- the result oqualij SUL CLOVE ;i LMfCnrriVnj auo hdiI be sued, to make contractu. wiin over of Texas. Ed Mlllett nml ipilre and trantler property at a untural per backward nnd came near drowning him. vu. It ihall iiare a common acai, ana may postponed P. C. Brashenr, Owensboro ; W. S. BowTville, is which he had sold to Oele it Bro. By this time he was so near exhausted make by lawi niter the at pleasure, mer and Orville T. Skillman, Cloverport; to gurern Hamsconduct of litand nss Xelliu Unrks, of Holt. butiutM, nut the iimn uuer in tlio yeai. Mrs, Betlio Broshcar, daughter, Sue that he could barely save himself, and with the laws ot the titato or tho Tho blackberry harvest is on, nnd nnd son, Hoy, of IxMiiaville.nrothogucsts he was obliged to abandon Bessie to her Miss Moggie Bowmer was maid of honor United Statei. und Mr. Albert Stewart was best man. WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE r there seems to be n plentiful suply. a of Mr. anil Mrs. James II. Patterson. fate or find a watery giavo with her. 1 he principal placo of transacting its file Urvnt Kiisrllkli Tho ushers were Messrs. Charles and 'J he general ahail be at In ington, Ky. Jlrs. V M Kvnns, of Ix)iiisville, is the Hev. S. P. Stiles, of Stephensport, and When he reached the shore ho was com- James Skillman Promptly and permanature of the bnsineaa uf the euid corporation and Victor Bowmer. guest of hi r mother, Mrs. J. S Wilker Mr. W. I). Huston, of Nelson county, pletely prostrated and had to bo carried cream-eQNt'ttBirmM nently cures all forms of Those,, prtsent from a distance, who aball be to buy,'1aell and manufacture all stuck .NirDlllUValnf.c. Tml.. ho amount of the capital product. son. were in the city Friday and called at home. slnn, bpirniatnrrliea, had come on purpose to witness the hap- iM be ix thuuaand dullar($oil0'i ) and all effects of The alarm was immediately given, py Mr. O. T. Skilliunn is visiting relatives this ollice. Ibo corporation ahull touiuiouce business as nuptials wero viiMifcenruxtcecs. Ilccn Sir. ond Mrs. d prtscrihod ovur5 years In that BesMu was drowned and tho wailing soon us these articled are acknowledged and nt Kntnkliii, Teiin., this land friends Mrs Win. Vest, Kuueno Vest and .Mrs A. Hayes, son of tilid lor record with the clerk ot the lirecken-rulg- e lierore ana After, on v n. iim .i n.. ... . JKvcek. Frank Fniizo left for French Lick of the bereaved family was truly heart Hayes and brother-in-latViniy Court, fatate of Keutuoky, und Medicine kniAvn. Ask rirtigKii.t for Wood's of the groom, rending, and could bo heard all over Mr. A. B. I'iiospiiodine; If he offers some worthless meill- .Mibh Daisy Btimpus, shall continue lor the spine of tnentT-fiv- e of Padticab, is prins Inst Wednesday to spend n fewTillinghast, Told.lo, Ohio; cne in place of thin. eae hlcllhonest sinrr a years, unless soonur dissolved by Cloveriwrt and for miles up and down Mrs. A. II. Miller, Fremont, tho guest of her uncle, Hev. W. C. weeks at that favorite watering place. close p rice In letter, nntt we will i.n.1 )J return Ohio; Mr. of Ibe stuck holders. the river. Kverv available skiff in CAn. C. G. man I rice. nni n irkui.c. STi . . t. ri.. will LWndun. '1 he oflicers of said corporation rball be a Sherman, Chattanooga, Tenn. ; I am now prepared to deliver coal at !.. i "... ramp net i.ic.i, six win cure, r. ' !.'"!InTJ plain verport was soon full of willing helpers Mr. Albert secretary and trims president, CI1...IIIIIC--. i kiAinps. Auiiresa Stewart, Dallas, Texou; Mr. Mr. Alf. Ilenniu, of the Cincinnati 8J tents per bushel by the load. Under 'I lis Waad Clinmii'iil Co. unr. The last two offices may be filled bv puijitig raplilly across the stream to the and .Mrs. J. E. Iidehart. Mrs. Hobt. ICKij. rngi Company, was in tho city 20 bushels Avill cost extra for. hauling scone .. 13' Woodward nvenua Detroit. Mich Holt. one and the same person, bald incorporation of the accident. ' Cloverport by C. C. .Martin, and One skiff conEvansville, Ind.; Miss Hettie Slaugh- ebali constitute ibe first ltourd ot Directors and Fino coal for family tieo. H. B. Pierce. ugcists everywhere. (yesterday. tained Wick Moorman, Dr. Clavton, Joe ter, .Mr. and Mrs. thall bold until tho second .Mondaj in July, , mi. .1-Victor Stenuan, Mr. WiS, or until i Sam Heynolds, of Home, ranie down eieoted 1 sucieseors uie rrcsu) tenan cnurcii Sawyer and Iko Dellaven. ine They pro Smith, MisH MoHenry, Mr. Kd Willett, the atovbholdtiIbelr KulIi sbure aro stuck shall of and spent the dav in a uood, will give an ice cream, cuke and other cured a lino and s before the Mr. P. O. Brusbear, Mrs. Gus. Tyler, Dr. represent one share ol tcK, either bjr pnrson live town refreshments at the PresbyterianM-hurcnr proxy. started, and as soon as they arrived on Wm. Tny lor and Mihs Gensie Brashear, i uu i flicis of president, v!co- - rejldeut, secJohn T. Creed, of luiisville, was in Ihursility cveiXng, July L'lst. Admis- the spot began dragging for the body. Owensboio, Miss Mary u Bowmer, Har- retary autl treasurer shall be olectid by a 10 cento. itho ilty yubti'rdny representing the Hart sion After about 110 minute's w oik the hook dinsburg; Miss voto ul the tiock repritented and their Holt, Mrs. W. K. .Minor, olB. u shall Ix?n Cashinan, of Haymond, Bncken-ridge'- s caught in tho long (lowing hair of rilnrdwaro Co. the Miw Nannie Stephens, Mrs. J. G. Steph leriii ol iudobtedmss be one year, of said corporation shall lbv big assessor, was in tho city yes- unfortunato girl, and sho was g. nfly ens Miss Nannie .Stephens, of Holt, went or the capital stuck. s ami Miss Bulks Holt, Ky.; Miss not exie d Ito French l.ick Springs Friday to re terday getting some repairs for Ids drawn to tho surfaco and placed into the Bumpus, Paducah ; .Mrs. Jno. Burks, Dr. Iho prhlito property ol the stock holders shall bo exempt I rum corporation dobts In test! threshing machine, which is now at arms of her sorrowing friends She had Long, gain a few weeks. Miss Mary Allen, Mies Cairio mony whenot witness the signatures of the been under the water fully r.n hour, and Wright, Miss Mrs. Ada Tinus and children were the noik in Holt's Bottom. ubuvn, this the Ul h day of Jul) Addio Ditto, Mr. Henry incorporators Karly Hisers, Karly Hisr rs, I'nrly Bit- the breath of life had been gono too long Washington, Louisville; .Mr. and .Mrs. IMK. her father Mr. J. J. Dyer, SatJohu Novlt, ers the famous little pills for constipa to make resuscitation possible. The Jno. Burks, Henderson; Mr. Chas. urday and Sunday. P. 11. McUehee, Dear, tion, sick neaiiacne, uyspepsia anil ner- pluco where she was found was about 50 Glendeane, Ky. ; 11. b. Handy, Mr. Win. Foor, of Indianapolis passed vousness. For side by Short it Haynes, Miss Duncan, Miss P. VV, Foote, yards below where she Just disappeared. Sterrette, Mits Adams, Hawesvillo; Mibs A Becler, Harlup on the twin Saturday. lie caught a Cloverport, and J.K. King, Bessie Kinder, was a bright and promdinsburg. Chas lilantord., L'iirified brick in passing. Crittenden, Frankfort ; and .Miss Garner, ising young girl, the daughter of Win. J. L. Henry. A BIG J300M IN JEWELRY. Mrs. Cox and Miss Harper havo been Winchester, Ky. Bacon of J. BaconA Son, Louisville, Kd. Kinder, an industrious und prosperous After the ceremony at the church the Don't you want to see something that wi'j '.as in the city last week the guest of in tho city for several days representing farmer, living in Tobinsport. Sho was bridal party und invited guests match Ihe most brilliant pyroteobnical distlio Tower Publishing Co., of Alleghany, Grand Annual Excursion partook Mrs. Fisher, on the pike. greatly deloved by all who know her and of an play! Hove you an eye for the beautiful T TO elegant lunch at the hospitable Hon. Chap. Wathen, of Brandenburg, Penn. Tho title of the particular book numerous are tho friends who sympaHavo you a taste which Bow mer mansion. that they were selling is ".Millennial Old PointCofflfoifcrSeashore and discriminating 7 is cultivated, artistlo fnmo down Thursday night ami remain- thize witli tlio bereaved family and Whether you answors The bride was prtsented with many Dawn," and they seemed to havo done a Itl over Friday in the city. mourn her untimely death. to all of these questions are in the affirmative good business. costly and handsome presents, and nuVIA or not, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Keith visited merous telegrams of congratulation were L, St. L. & T, and C, & 0. Routes lookfng jou will take a good deal of pleasure in We truly believe Do Witt's Littlo over mr stock of Jewelry. We are the Bewleyvillo and Big Spring received from all over the country, Karly Hisers to bo tho most nrttural, not in the habit of putting much fuss and White Sulphur Springs. Richmond, Old jrjgliborhoods last week. The bride's boijuet consisted of five most effective, most prompt and econoPoint Comfort and Norfolk feather into our printed announcements, bo (r.nruLMrs Levi Winchel, of Tobins- - mical pill Visited En Route. for biliousness, indigestion and THE L0GSD0N BOYS FIGHT EACH smaller boxjuets in one of which was cause we believe in meauing what we say, and Frt, Iini., went to Mctjuady last Satur- A special train nf Elegant Coachos saying what we concealed a ring. These wero distributOTHER IN BUTLER COUNTY. inactive liver. For snlo by Short it Hay-ne- s, mean, but occasionally, we .... II V... vi.y hi visii meir bun, ii. 1IM...I inciiei. ed among the bride's maids, and Miss and Pullman Sleeping cars, will leave Louis, have some special inducements to offer, and Cloverport, and Beard .t ik'eler, ville at l::it) p. in, from 7lh St, repnt. Mr. Julius C. Nolle has been on the Hardinsburg. this happens to be the case with our Souver And Bud Urs a Maul On His Brother Vertna Garner was the lucky one to re"Ihursday, August llth, 1892 Lick list for tlio past week. Ho is out nlr, Orange, Sugar and Love Spoons, Silver ceive tlio boquet containing the ring, lttachlng Old is a truth in medicine that the It With Doadly Effect. Point Comfort next evening at Dutter Knife Etc. Come and see them. low nnd able to attend to business. and of course, it is proverbial that she ri p. m. smallest dose that performs tho cure is llound trip rates (o Old Point. $1(100 from now will be the next one of tho young, F. N. D'HUY, Jewoler, W. II. Ik;ll has oponed n general store the best. Do Witt's Little Karly Henderson, Hisers 116.00 from Owensboro, Lewis-po- rt, We. clip the following account of the gay CLOVEIIPORT, KY. and beautiful crowd who will act as I'uyno & CVs. old building and soli- - aro the smallest pills, will perform llawesrille, Cloverport, Stephensport and tho killing of Llsh Logsdon by his brother bride at n wedding. Irvington. Passsngers will leave on regular fclt n share of your patronage. Goods euro and are the best. For sale by Short Bud Logsdon in Butler county, last Saty At 1) : 15 the bride and groom departed trajns as follows i follvered free. iv iinynes, (Jloverjwrt, and Beard & Beel-ellcndrrson,. ..7:15 a m. Cloverport... n:na,m Of tho Condition of tho urday, from tho Bowling Green Demo- on tho west bound T. West, of Hardin county, was tin- express for a bridal Owensboro 8:27 " Ptephensp't.. 10:23 " Hardinsburg. crat: "A most shocking, tragedy occur-re- d tour through Canada U,09 Lewlipott Irvington 11:02 ' Itl SI und cost In the City Court Satur and tho East via Bright peoplo are the quickest to re" tlawesvitle at Youngstown, three miles from Chicago. AT CLOVERPORT, KY. day ;for being drunk und an indecent cognize u good Xbn train will be run undor (be auspices ol thing nnd buy it. Wo Morgantown, about (1 o'clock Saturday The groom is ono of tlio best knotvn ths Chesapeake Jc Obio Hallway Company, In Ixposuro of jargon on the street. At tho close of business June 30, 1892. soil lots of bright people the Littlo Karly ovening, in which Bud Logsdon killed and most prominent young men in charge of Ir. VV. A. Wllgus, Traveling PassMisses Pearl and Nona Perriga have Hisers. If you aro AS8KTX. not bright these pills his brother, Lisli Logsdon. Tho two Texas, while tho bride is one of Ken- enger Agent, formerly of llotikinsvillo, Ky. Capital stock 5Vn Visiting their mint, Mrs. J. II. will $ 45,100 00 Hiducet rates at the Hygeia Hotel, Old Polut make you so. Sold by Short it Iiny- men had filled up on mean whisky ami Cumfvrt, as n be tucky's fairest daughters. J74.577 87 tbU, at Hardinsburg for the last two nes, Clovwrport, and Beard it IJceler, had lain down to sleep it oil Beautiful, 0, A O. frpoclul secured upon presintatiun ol Deposits Seashore Excursion ticket. Surplus fund at the resi- amiable and accomplished, sho bus 23,000 00 h eoki. and returned lmnio Kumlnv. beclal uttentlun will he paid to the personal Undlvlded.proflts Hardinsburg. dence of the former. Mis. Logsdon buy reigned as 4,844 00 tho queen of Cloverport socie- comfort of Ladlei without escorts. ftov. W. 0. Brandon will preach nt j Dividend No. 31. 4 per cent, due Payton Bashiim, of Owensboro. and ing left the housO to pay n friendly call, ty, and she will toko Sleeping Car accommodations will IoU Ciinjiel licit!Sunday at 11 o'clock her stand among vided, but in order to have choice of be proJuly Don Diego Valowpies or some siich a they wero entirely nlone. On awnking the 1,804 00 berths, most accomplished women in the application should h male to Mr. W. A,WI. Taxes due 4th, 1802 a. in., nnd will occupy his pulpit nt tho July 1st, 1892 449 08 'dod dinged" name as that wero in the first, Lish Logsdon nssaultcd his brother Lotto Star State, her future gus, 253 Hiurth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., at lKlm Street Methodist church nt night. home. city several days lust week pointing pict nnd was using him up badly, wh'en Depon.e. Sleeping Car Hales will be ft.UO for IV. Milton Board. Jr.. nnd Siiturintnmli.nt Total, $249,774 To berth, Louisxllle to Old Point, to be occupied uty SheriffTaylor passing alio dooi, saw MAniMTIKR. (liller, of Hardinsburg, wero hi tho city tires. Vulosmies is on excentrie Italian by one or two persons. Votes and bills disu't'd nnd an artist of tlio "purest ray Berene," the troublo and heard tho cries of Bud $149,604 01 Special lido trip excursions oan be uale BtenJuy iliscusslng tho prospects of tho Bonk fixtures nnd furniture from Old Point at low rates. 2,572 25 and Payton was just going nlong us an for help. Ho entered the house and atliferent candidates for Circuit Cotnt The route is through the canons of New Banking house nml let 3,335 14 tempted to part tho men when Lish NATIONAL TICKETS THAT ARE interpreter anil to keep down fights. JJoifc, River, along nicturetque Greenbrier Hlvor, Suspended debt ' jjs 02 passing White Sulphur Springs, crossing the Tho following is tho board of directors turned his attention to Taylor. Taylor ASKING SUFFRAGE FROM HeK McCracken and John Jackson left 25,881 04 Allcghenies and lllue Hidge Miuntnlis and Bonds being unarmed and not a strong man nnd oflicers of tho Irvington Creamery for Otter Creek in Mwido Overdrafts lot beautiful bhenandoah and Piedm- nt Valleys. 531 j THE PEOPLE went to his horso for his on ' Stop over privileges will be granted un Ihe Due from Banks Kcsteday sjiend a low days fishing. It Company. Directors Jno. Nevitt, It. S. of which Lish Lopsdun pistol, him eight 38(18 31 quit return trip, enabling excursionists to visit and 7ash on hand homo up thero nnd theycom- - Bandy, Dr. P. W. Foote, Chits. Blonford, again began 18,923 27 Illchmond, White Sulphur Springs and other tho diilictilty with his broth-er- , F. II. McGehec, J. K, King and J. L. n gool time. Dkmikiiatic'tuket. U'liiplnto celebrated resorts. who, in tho meantime had Total, $219,774 74 Grover Cleveland,, of Now York, for Tbe'tMce of routes bet,wcn I'lobmond and In Order to make room for fall goods I Henry. Olllcersj Jno. Nevitt, Pres- hold of n maul and Bud struck gotten I, A. II, Skillman, Cashier ol above Clifton Korge will be given. Lish President, and A. E. Stevenson, Excursionists named bank do solemnly swear that the above Illln-oisell tho remainder of my summer ident; T.B.Anderson, the of nil may return either via Cbarlottsville and tsttmeit is true to the best of my knowledge and W. J. Piggott, Secretary and Treas- twice on 'the head with it, from tho effor Vit e President. Staunton, or via Lynchburg and Natural and belief.' trimmings, etc., at nnd below cost. A. D, SKILLMAN, fects of which ho died Sunday. Bud urldge along tin-- James Hirer. jllKfUlll.lOAN TlCKhT, fovy iallfo timo toJwr "They "must go. urer. Cashier. LogBdon was a stove hauler nnii LIhIi is iicsni win goou returning until eeptetn Subscribed anil sworn to before mn. iM. m Benjamin Harrison,, of Indiana, for ber 2, lht2. Handsome book, Sum. Cox came into town last Friday Mis II. V, Duncan. decriptiro of 1st day of July. 1892. Crus. B. SkillmaV n horse jockey." President, and Whitelow; Held, of Now scenery along the line, will be mulled to any ja(0 j t10 tiw unco has been coninloted and "boosed" Hp. N.P.ll.Q. Thu' lxgsdon boys aro well known in person upon application to W. A, MILUUS. iorK, lor vico President. fl tin full, and now Clovornort iios evening ho got to spoiling for a fight. Breekeuridgo nnd Mendo 25 Vounh Ave.; Louisville, or to Agrnt L. counties, havStatement of the Condition or the 1'EOI'I.US I'AIITV TICKKT. wreS' rnougli ''pen" whero tho obstru- St. b. Ji'T. It. H. im juuij'vu up joniieiBK, n young man ing been born and raised near Union James G. Weaver, of Iowa, lor PresiH.C. M0RDUE, it. Sisk gnvo Star in this county, )iia boys en he placed and in ado from Leitclifleld, nnd They havo always dent, mid James Field, of L..tT Virginia, for Ass'tp.P. A., L8l. H. W, By, Jik "roci. until their ouoiie is condon- - him a good licking, und pf eourso both boon hard working boys, bn't when FULLER. thoy Vico President. were arrested. Sisk gave bond for his At l&O close. Of tHWtMNt Jm tl. P. A,, C. A O. II. B, got mpnoy they spent Jt mostly fori mt. In court noxt morning, and wlltaVt, I'KOIIIMTION TICKKT. !? 4 Mt"n Kockford, 111., npiienrnnco n.tll tVlin. Vl'IMIIUflliy 1..... TOWS5 .j.f.anj, u,v nviu wnllniin1l.i IUU John Bliwell, of California, for Presl-den- t, fc1WIW experienco I, Cox slept off his "boose" behind tho and fights. They have figured In rriUs'' r?,,rt r- -'' several bare. Atthe trial' on Saturday Cox was' and Dr. Gtmfleld, of' Texas., for BEARD'S J rvcw T " shooting andV'COttiiig' scrapes in this k.HHllll, -tt-, JNonrsHiXBb'a wip blood and geuoral tie' lined $10 nnd coJfc for being drunk and county,, and bsd the general reputation vico President. ' urn f r Short iVt Hay ties, Ciovt disorderly and using: bad language on of being bad awl ilangerous mon, What tho street. Mayor Liirtttfoot oh rnBdtr. Hm, MitttUnsburg. wad them mora feared than driukinir , foil out Inghls decision JntiieNSkk'otw.'wlil mm m , vnruiijMiijrwKfn vmuny m that he waa satisfied that SJk Had done $IM0 mm while tut KKJln iu www .OutltriVTiealay nothing more than what WaiNrlght, hut It llio law Jiatl been violated and he, would would an Tttttuua ra mo jiiio as w( rs. A I tity yesterday delivering wheat beVt-tewar- ' buai-ner- rj Bur-ehur- ylp, B.F.BE a - threu-fourlh- HEADQUARTERS 3 w 1411111-so- ft ' t grub-hook- 1 G R i'Hi, -- two-tliin- "' V, c Emb A Ik-ar- At 5 i ii. R :J BUD KJU.EI) LISII. V-- '4- i - !..!.!. B. F. BEARD & sa?.a:E3yEE3sra? r, Breckinridge Bank, HARDINSBUKG, KYS SPEING is here. So is our stock oj THE BIG FOUR. NEW of 3ST Gj have Como and oxnmine our goods for yoursolf. - dingliams, Ladies' Dregs Qoods s, t, ot 1 OUSTS, r "Vo oflor ,0K in tho city. 1 pt Bank of Hardinsburg -- IrsT. -- Iroal (b( rj S