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I. f j THE BREOKENRlDGtt NEWS: OMVKIrORl KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1892. err fM. .T i"t u ji.itir'.v8rtei:'i tnn.tJ,(!rtA minM v it hVt T f,uclirnif0 the i VWin A ; ot n w..-- ', tlmr Mt t" .., '0 Jml'v T rr " 'H Mnk MID-SUMME- R l & I'.i' OF THE FROM SEASO EXCURSION tTGrUST u. Diod v-- tf Y SATURDAY, nrv-1 v j FORDSYILLE TO LOUISYILL There being no August Election this year, we offer you in its place a day in Louisville, Saturday, August 6th, arriving at Louisville at etti, 10 111 o'clock in the morning tile great Metropolis is Cassimere .1 B R IBs!' .Kutiu nigut, uu uii uAtrtJiuuiy iuvv rutu. vimiu uvory uuuy uuu gu wiuii uii uuuvu iiumuu uutu, uuu auu liiu ujjunmg ul my A'Ull lratie .'.ul,also the game of Base Ball I .4 T played there Hint day.' Sugmall bills for time of train) and fare from your station. Ask your station agent for all other information and tickets. Buy tickets before boarding the train. DONT MISS IT I Mrs. 'W. E. Pennington 1 3E.3STu( Tho Steamer, James Quthrio. 1IV PROFITABLE POULTRY. The Method." , last Thursday. ' The Early Broilers No one who enters tho poultry business for money can atlon! to iiecleet tho carjy broilers. ,Thoy bring good prices . Lti i4 4ur buslnoss. urst at tho ' wo aim : S Lait I HIGHEST - I 1 $ :o; ft ?i ft And second at tho 1 Plli can- fill - LOWEST I The thath of Mrs. Mary lViinitigton, wife of Cajit. W. K. l'etiniugton, night Hunter, In ttrange Jtnnie.) (A. station-keepe- r at Centtal olicu station, ir joii think im will lake .1 short vieatliin, Tho argument in favor ht tlui natural Ami woiihl like to nnkc a nop at inany a ti. oeeurnd yesterday morning at the famiway of keeping jionltry which wo quoted Hon, ly residenco, lL'OII Twentieth street, after On the Outhrlf tike a trip, for therrcw It it not from the Vtnnont Watchman Inst week a long illness. When Capt. Pennington "IP ought to bo examined a littlo more rare-lulljt was relieved ytstt rday morning hp'toiit And not one pf them hatiniMcilIhl' vocitlon. , borauso there ia a moial beliiud it -7 homo nmi friftiiil the estimable f Captain --AJiwklnl In quite Jolljr,aml jihi'II not tliat may afford uh iiistrut tion. A paralliaixntljT much improved, but-.- J wj; " tneliitViMy, Ktt lel may bu found in tho rime of our Tor lie Iit yim hac cahVnflu where'er after his arrival slie began to sink, and state sliu ""-von can t r mikii.h,iKti'ctfunlv0PI,c,l tow.''a"in orher natural two, jtayo in a short time pi aceftilly ptifsed away. poBnibly n The flrttirk. Allen nod(l, Mrs. Pennington was 54 jours of ago Ituwi .ina n.lii. era a Bititablo ago to take milk till of rare traits and gentle-nipAmi the irints will write thilr n lines upon uiur (.'lianas witirtOierd, then tlio and a woman their ' fcho was born in Jtreekonridge fin. cow went dry till the next ciirtiiMlrop- county, and was tlio sister of Kdward I hamltnine Mill Clerk;" it. it W'.k an.. It... D'ltii.. 4liilii Thin't the naiij-ht.. u o u v...- mitia ,.... 1.1. .till 1Abill ,. jf. ... 1,1 1W....J Willi hl ln anil Iota ol work. farmer near Irving- .... w. ..... Rnntliu'iKt toiTN'N, ' ..U iitiiri rHiittf. nmnlifia nf tin Uw..,.. .. .u.r , To all the lr.ielM on the hint, he' itwfiil tlm .'.'ft" ...,V wliero hchls of cows ate kept simply to w i ct Tho ftuwHl.will take place from the He'll ulnjf joii a popnl r nonp, - (iiy it the il 15 produce caivea to ralso into bet f. Tho liouso this afterTiofi'v, The iutei incut l lonu conaare never milked, aro not kept for. will lie A'ml )ou'll fiml that he U not ifril.l to treat. Com in Cnu Hill. -milk, hut for mercial. The) 'c another one nimeil lthnilen, who hilpj ov KIIIKN'DS ny THIS 'roiTS';Tll. "K 1 i, tnr s, rt 1 i Wo believe our in both of these directions have reached a point that cannot be surpassed .by our competitors. If you have not seen our .latest price list send for it. We have an abuuda'nt supply of tho best quality of wheat and Spocial promptly. aFontion given to EXCHANGE ORDERS , Tr-dHH- R? via 'aSEi ft r ar jvery aay in tne TI7flO IT Respectfully, IRVINGvTON . MILLING COMPANY, 1RVINGT0N, KY, Would our Vermont contomporary urge On the bnatt there' lot of pleiure, jou can its readers to give up keeping eovvs for iinil It in Till me.iturc, milk and advise them to go baiKMo "tho Ana each one tries to do whate'er he can; They're a lot of 'JExnett" worker, no one can natural wayV" call them shirker, . Wo keep fowls for eggs and it is from And they also have a funny "Leather-man.- " tlio eggs they produco that wc get a pro-ti- t. So now yoursilf equip, on the (iuthrlc take a Admitting that in the natural atato trip, (by which wo prcsuma they mean tlio And wc nsnire you a (jood time you will spciul t way") a fowl will lay It not atill exH!iisivc, nor I It so cxtinkivc. more eggs in Iter thjnl year than in iter And .1 l'hantnin I'arl jnu're iniltid tojiitendi tlrat or second, and will continue to pro So we hid (rood hy to the f!n gKf duce eggs up to niiHi years old, what ad- -' And jrotiil liiekjo the nicrryi vantago is that if we can get a better proAnujYhiiiijir we il ilnw fit out of forcing their t gg laying for a "'e hairBTwXU!Mvllh on? fc. Tho n1ovo iiwrn-wiwnt ii tho rri'w year and then turning them oil' to be oiliers to bu pushed foi i. your ot tho Sli'ttim,r7ramf'p "Onlllrio with and then turned oH'iiIm), and so on. box of ravly np'l nn hviljiIJFii to 1m AI'llII. AMI MAY lUTCIIKl.) ri'l.l.KTH pnwnt nt n linnqiiA jaJjUnuNvillo on can lie got to laying in Oitubor and tin n tho follnnitiK ovi'iilnfe. by jiidi('ioits feeding and good wire, can ,..C KKrLT. bo kept laying, all winter when egga B A tbc Crew h is sclectid mt tn write ffo. britig good pPres and pay a big prolit. Thanks lo jou all on this hippy niythWyfljt Wliioh wfpfty best, year in and year rsin't siy much for the hoat tjirks out, to lturo fowls laying through tho Hut will do what.lfan for, tho. other cliifcf. winter, paying for tltoir food and a good T i "expre' our fcellnVt-- hard ynu know protlt besides, or idle all winter (eating A united &tatvanuwiH!ns are slow. food al) the. while, though!) and produc ' TT.iIa S.m ..nitrt.v Mrl liv mull ing 60 or to egga Jntcprlng and suuTjuCr . To take it all I'm sure he'd fell. when eges aro away down? In the ono'j Ve all' enjoyed the terse o swpet, ' ' cii8o'liey will pay their owner two or Done up with the candy a ijeat, I was hippicr than a mort il ecnhu three dollars apiece protlt, in the other Not a oul on cattli was"tfckcldr"1in me. they just about pay for tlio food consum. Wc thought of yon all with a lnJng ed. Wo 'aro in business for profit; we And the 1'hauitnm I'arty, I thought I'd die, ilon't ke,ep poultry "for our health.'' When the "shooten" cracker went to burn Wo know that if fowls do not lay lit To sec the fiddler jump and turn. tho wlntorit will pay bettor to keop The man with a i!K houce, snuiu cjII it a hat. thorn ovor a second winter; but if they Wan, black s a coal but turned hlte In tho face lay before cold weather comes and ato i i n the cscltei'ncnt we rushed to and fro niu Till sou one cited out "the crackir won't i? !' kept lafng thy will bo so worn-outhat it will tuko them a long time to moult '0n,wlvli the Pancc'1 It'waK a. ktv Waturioo, For the Sre iracker nled that is all It would do and recover from it, hence will Tie the lmat flic linln.ijj, Down the RaiiK plank he wilt iiher any laily, l'orttine e.ij sthe'll lie 11 Moni, of the I dllc. he" quite fond, . And when warm will hov Ihcm o a place th.it'f" thady. Tin: ritoiti'LTioN cLinf What a wido dilfcrcnco between them If dull, spiritk'Fa and stujiid ; if your and our dairy cows that keep up a liber- blood is thick and sluggish ; if your apal (low.of milk for several months, tlio petite is capricious and uncertain, you oggregato for thn year being fnoimous. need a Sarsaparllla. For best results v take Witt's. fold by Short & Cloverport, and Heard A Itceler Ilardinsburg. Do Hay-ne- s, HsWI T 1 " & There aro some patent medicinca that are more marvelous than a dozen doctors' prescriptions, but they're not thoao that profess to cure everything. Everybody, now and then, feels "run down," "played out." They've the will, but no power to generate vitality. They're not sick enough to call a doctor, but just too sick to bo well. That's where thiisirixlit kind of a xitiit medi-cin- e cuiv"5j? nlu' ('0' 8 u,r n ""'"ar w hat tho doctor" w'ouldn't do for lew than live oriteu. Wo put in our claim for Dr. Pioico's Hidden Medical Dcnviry. Wo claim it to be an uncqualcd remedy to purify tho hlortdand invigorate tho liver. We claim it to he lasting in Its eHeets, croatiilg an appetite, purifying tho blood, and preventing itllous, Typ hoid and Malarial fevtra if taken in timtS 'T'le-thnt to take it is when h'el .piO'Bi'gns of weariness and weakness. Tho, tlmu to take it, on general o yon-tlrs- - TOM. EOBEaTSON DEAD. Dis- sl.-h- The From This trict Expires at Elizabothtowa. .) t So the illncc wint on, we didn't know one nnoihir 1, V y iiavo -- J B ids. nnru4 :n H 1 ssW ers J- - nsHa tfc'rpl4tr .iPino PoRlarMnf le oh havo pullets to take their places, It is surprising that s,o many completeon oyi'ry sitlelrpanl ly ignore tho great dlflVrenco jn price W, Ilarpor whlukoy shqultl, bo Tho I. between winter eggs and tlioso jiroduccd in ovory Modlclno clicet. Tlio I. W. Ilarbcr whiskey should bo In spring and summer. In November " in ovory club. boijSlovr and December eggs aro worth 40 cents a bo too late. shoulil be Should thewccpuldVt and thcUitc, The J. W. Ilarpor whiskey keep -- .. t.- dozen and tho price gradually drops i..-""''H. r IV Of courcr Ithodc us 'J 'at jf , Oiilivury uai, ' Tt "t pritico j Then Mr an mrry he through January and February, until in Antl all of tltts becauso It coitryt of- - wliisklfB. Tito Jtieoi KontucKy Will feci March, when "tho natural way" hens hone for annlhO., Hut we will article. Sold by aro all laying, tho price gi ts down to 15 you all Willi u'reai in,M itf ureet or 10 cents. By pushing our fowls so iAml were It not for business, l'lfv CLOVEUrOHT.EV, You could look at llie winnow nmi y that we get a liberal egg yiuld by No vember 1st and through tho winter we Good bye dear fi lends I can write no m,X !rol I karwr in much inv throat I havo an average price for tlio wholo year 'Jlct'l to nu all.'U'll K'lvc "stralKht tlpV of 27 centa a dozen. Thero's where tho If It we're not tini;hy I'd talc one nip, ollt les. There's no magic about it. Headquarters for -" O.vfe orTjjK CitKW, who will produce eggs in No- ' li'rtIan?', vonrvr December, January, and f ii i,era at bitr nriecs and for -- V J .jn rft & K A pain vi the frhhs or back and spiits Bpot caBliW thoy ouly produtNt them in fitaim DrIIU,, FertttiMr; Cwaeat, Mteh on Uie facindkte kidney ai id ller dis- - "tlw uattifty. way they got about half thp numbeciti, utw ,istursi wayi. jrMikpr,, MrvGeo. P.'Kekes, L4rent, Hair. by prices as wellXleiH"l . at V a., says: l'l hail kidney troi uhlQ i Hayo trie ' iiinuf that, n'ak!ngIosXovoj-- liau.1. two .yUrs. ovr A iB nfstiu'on "the side of kind) bl kid medieino, hutgpt'no j ae fWjjaa JUkkinir thttiit uav HmisIIm, 'Briek, Ptew tief. -- 1 wjwtVble to rhWrliQrBcbac ilsssssVarvmiL, AtmiiZsn uwwr " . wv kMt an BMW. and scaryh(R to.Bitciid to nn bu 'lsiHilssilssssssssssssssssskmir iviini tfafatt-- a prompt "eampft)e4 by i eojrihi 'l'l r. ( i j -i i..-- . tram JTho I. V. Harper whiskoy shouM r And white under that sheet 1 thought t would It (JM'ltOt)CCTIVK TUB ShCOXI) WINTKR ia much wiser to turn them oil' and 1 o mntlcr. ROC( rmind the bcniT AgaliiwenUdiir flunks do send, ., Ami iiothinicoulil c'lve iih more ilellfrlit Than IqJMn )U all mi Tiicvlay pltfht. Sure atllillbrut f.m.qpham, Ki.ixadktiitow.n, July 18. (Special to tho Courier-JournalThe Hon. Thos. froirj tho A. Robertson, Fourth District died nt 5 o'clock this afternoon of a complication of diseases. Ilia death occurred at tho homo of his brother-in-laJudge Hurt, Klizabeth-towt- i, after an illness Of only a few days. For two years his health had been bad, but only a few weeks ago did his complaint assume, an alarming condition. Toward tho end of last week he became so haul that ho took to his bed. Friday ho began sinking, and Saturday became unconscious. His physicians gave up all hop, ami his brother, Mr. VV,lllam Karly Risers, KarJy Risers, 'Carly RisHubert sou of Jackson, Tenu., was sum- ers (ho famous llltfe pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and moned to his bedside. Ho died pence Fot'sale by Miort fi Haynes, fully surrounded' by his family. Clovorport, ami Heard it Heeler, 'liar-dinehtir- in any market, and the earlier that tboy A specialcoiiiu in, the better they ty of this bntuch of the poultry biHiness should btrmado by those who aro within easy reaching distance of large cities. In the neighborhood of Now York, Philadelphia and KohIoii the number of broilers that are raised annually for the markets is beyond belief, nnd while ordi-- i to! nary fowls are polling for from 10 cents a pound the early broilers are commanding as high as 40 and There is extra trouble with broilers, and this additional labor is all that there is to reap tho larger prollts. It does not cot more in money, but more intelliTlio young chicks gence and attention. need warmth, and they need such care and food aa will make them grow rapidly. No exposures to the severe cold or wet weather must be permitted, and a special barn or chicken house must be built for them to give them room enough to roam about. The highest prices for young broilers are obtained in April, although tho demand for them extends right through the month, of May. The prices generally begin as high aa 00, and oven 70 centa a pound, and they decline gradually down to 'J5 cents. The earlincsn and quality aro thus very essential points. The breed cannot bo overlooked, fur broilers that aro tender and sweit must bo of good blood, and of such breeds as Fat, atare noted for these qualities. tractive bodies, plump breasts and legs aro all very fjjood points which help their s.ilo. The, black logs arc thus not very desirable, for this work, as their legs will always .stand against them in the markets. Piiihahly tho best chickens for salable hrolleis are crohws with Plymouth Rooks, Mrahmas or Cochins. These aflbrd largo bodies, plump breasts and the yellow legs. Tho early life of tho chicks must be. lookul after carefully, for any deraifgetnont in their systems at this period may interfere with their rapid growth. They need a ditt at an early ago composed of a variety of chicken food, and tho mistake sliould not be "mado to feed them entirely upon grain. They need chopped meat, tops of vogeta hies, gravel screenings, chopped onions, cold rice and milk, as well as, grain. Tho temptation is in winter time not to give tho grown broilers sullielent variety, owing to tho lack of grass, insects ami vegetables. Hut a ft.lr diet can be arranged with a littlo forethought. Tho diet is very important, for' oh it will di'jHJiiil the growth and toiideriu ss of the birds. Hut after all, warmth and dryness are tho most essential, atul thej aro tho things which tho chicks in winter aro the least likely to receive. Dampness and chilliness aro fatal to the birds, and unices' one can havo the conveniences necessary to prevent this, it Is useless to attempt to raise broilers for the early market, American Cultivator. 1 w m -- B W m Hardware, I Tioware, Stoves, Guns, I S 1 I UUME OR ' A Good u SEND A su St. ta MAIL QHDER TO Louisville's Greatest Clothing I m And a Man's suit, minihjou your part of the country hid wortli as high as $0, some four other sjierial lota ' ,f at $12.50 5 (AT SlO.OOj $ 7.5Q., 5.00 (35 w,'.8 fite. Wo aro now in our now "building find havo tho complotost lino in tho country. I I i & House, Which IS Thific antl a hundred ottiVf weight, stitninor suits and xhl vfl at price lower than hoiKt i in Loouisviito, and we'll te ttolnf wo remain nwnv front nr n!i rrtj i irlnnn hiii.il Oil i . i ir 1'H ) iiijii .( hilling. "in,1 in'iul money with mail satisfaction' money, will bo rtiCuiui roal f. go by. F c"tL. LEVY s - Westl UfJ iis WfMK , .TEMPORARY fMKffl HARRY GUENTHER . NT Y C , . 401-1- 07 East Maij -Z- EZtsTGKEIfcT: Frorn I to 600 horse pc DO GENER FOUNDRY AND MAC! Mnnufacturo Engines, Boilers, and Qri Cnno Mills and Evnnorators. Lath and Shi Kcon in Stock Now and Second-han- d Ma Stoam and Hand Pumps, Guin wid'l9a Iron and Wood Pulleys,. Shafting, II Pipo and Fittinjft-- , Circular And all kinds of Mill .Md Mao VST PRICES and all lnunneta tuarrWd, cjprrcBponuenca soucitou. Sy Sar, GREGORY & CO,, A Card. Tho members of "Glover Lodge No. -'. Ancient Onler of United Workmen" wish to express through tho columns of I- O-I-VT- B Postal Receipts. Tlio following statement i7f Hie busihas ness of the Hardinsbitrg been kindly furnished the Nkws by Mr, II as well, who presides over the nil airs ot that olllco go KrocoJuJ'y mid well, Tin report ja for tho ipmrter ending Juno J 8fc. Amount of t.)nipt and ttuinpril emijopri post-ottiro j TJS J QJL&TJ wswmbi --- jr fr:itji. nan .1 n vhwwimu .- and Mowe r r V Feb-ruaryv- td" 1 News their obligations to the citizens and merchants of Clover-pofor tho. assistance rendered and eotirtesy extended to them on the occasion of their barbecuo and picnic given on tho 1th of July, and do astuire them that tltti many favors sliown aro appreciatetl u, tliu fullest extent, hihI will Im grate- ""'' fully rAtnoinlHiM by alj Uw h;iIk;iu of tho BuECKESitiiKiK rt j.mJusr,,. j I kg '', '57 7 iM or m HiJlA, BROOflfflHS ra Tg4yBi&saE Tr inHBffii tm ilBilsiissHiliBHilssHMiBHk:' AM) kHMH ilWWB 1 BOUENE, . --.- . UM oiwfy - KIh -- . Moroinei), ,. 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A T Pftis gofcj "" hist Saturday was disgraceful in the ex treme. Mn. V. ' ,,' AVt..-- C. " '! jt ,j6,1 yUUfAi H..-:.- X ln.. a.m. .m. 5.57 p.w. W.JB p.m. .. ..10.05 0. Babbago, candidato for Com- monwealth's Attorney in this district will Bponk at Mooloyvillo next Saturday. stockholders meeting T. Aug. Oth, to ratify, some very Important matters connected with tho road. TiiKitB will bo n of tho St. L. & '"Mt .n. .in. AHlOmJEMENTS. '.' cfiit court Clerk. I, party, Judge Murray served an criminal ludgt in this District the last term before, the office vffl atml, lihed, lie was candidate for Circuit Judge twehe years ago; rnade a good race, receiving a large, influential vntc. lie was called by the Stale Democratic Committee, last summer, to enter the campaign as a public advocate Of Democracy, which he did, nnd was cousldertd one among the ablest speakers In the campaign lit Kentucky. Judge Murray Is a noble specimen of Kentucky manhood; brawny nnd brainy, nnd his lung experience In the legat profession renders him well qualified for the position which lie seeks, Dels a good, social entertainer, and in popular where-eve- r Meade County llcporter. well acquainted. thirvast week. Mrs. Ben Wlllct, of Frankfort, visited friends hero Inst week. Miss Nannio Murray, of Cjovcrnort. is visiting tho MisseS Lewis. Mr. Howard Sanders, of Louisville, Bpe,nt last week nt Mr. A. Moremcn's. . Miss Bertha Lewis visited Miss Nellie McGchco near Ixmg Blanch lost wock. Mr. James Montgomery, enndidnto for Circuit Judge, was in town the latter part of tho week. "John Sanders nnd Mr. Barmen, of Louisville, visited at Mr. A. Moromon's Saturday and Sunday. Miss Agnes Malin nnd Isabell Bruner left tho latter part of tho week to visit friends in Leavenworth, Mrs. Polly Mendor, of Elizubethtown, visited her sister, Mrs. James Woolfolk, nt Sulphur Springs lost week Bert Moremon is very sick. Ho was overcome with tho heat at the Garrett picnic and has never recovered. Mr. Taylor Haynes is nt home, now. Ho has tho contract for forming soveral wells for tho Soda Ash Company. Mrs. Sallio Clarkson went to Big Spring tho latter part of tho week to seo her daughter Bettio who is very" sick . there. Mrs. Eletior Hnwes, of Baldwin, Kansas, arrived hero Friday. She oxpecta to spend tho winter' with her daughter, Mrs. D. W. Lewis nt this placo. Miss Addle Ditto, of louisvillc, and her two nephews, Durell and Houston Fairleigh nnd nieco Louise Babbage, of Cloverport, aro visiting relatives here. Tho residence of Dr. Hardin on Doe Hun, nenr Weldon was burned down hist Fridiy. Ho lost nil of his household goods nnd forty barrels of wine. Ho had $1,000 insurance on his house and $iW on wine. It is thought that it. caught fire from a defective fine. VE "V MULLS, A ' FOR S V V - T r Pure Groceries OF lotUtd to announce U. S. Sklllman tothe office of Cir "or. Irk, subject tq the action of the Do in .nnminM A . (. fllatcrmir sa n( the candidate for Circuit Court I to action of the Democratic irlmiZA .4 fiarlrerl tn nnnnucc Oranvllte S. lAmlMitti! fnr Circuit Court Clerk. taction of the Democratic party. Far CoHgrcaa. authorized to announce the lion. A. a pitjromenr, ot Hardin county, tq Congress at a Itcnre ir pnl.lhU, tnc I'ourtn, District ot ncn. fcct.to the action or the IleinocMtlc fast 1st. For Sheriff. r. I. ltamsev. of Clovernort: jUrdinsburg Orlzed to announce K. K. Hhodcs. nlcla, us a candidate for Sheriff, action of the Democratic natty. Ch.ir- - W. Scott Cart, of k;Jtr Circuit JudKO. biihmlziM to announce 1. H. MC. as a candidate for re omce oi circuit judge in mis, mc I HI..... lall.K.L .1... ......a. t.J . .Meailc. Hardin and (.ravsnn. taction of the Democratic primary, .f, Lira niwcnltli' Liifthotllzcd LiUabethtown, as a candidate for Attorney in this tnc . mm judicial counties of llrcckcnridire bhractnir the Rirdln' and Grayson, subject tothe ac- crane primary, yutfut 27m. Britcd to announce V ire II G. kAIIUIUillV P llalUIIIBfUIUl lii miimIiTi i Attorney In this, the Ninth nntSct, embracing the counties of idic. jticaiic, Jiamin ann wr.iynon, ISC Jiciinn tiL II1C tsi:mitt.tlli. yinunij M Attorney to announce ll.T. Kendall Com Ciii,- - horl2ed to announce Weed S. B. of Sllxabcthtown. as a candidate for IrjitJVs Attorney In this, the Ninth Btrkt,inbracliig tlie counties of liar- sunjict f,of.Ilrcckcnrldgc anil Jieaue, Augutt the Democratic prlm.iry, This is tho estimation in which Judge Murray was held all over the district. His friends regret very much that ho declined to make tho race, nnd ho is being Ciiaihman llarucsws getting things in earnestly solicited to reconsider his deshape for a vigorous and active campaign. clination. Democracy fared well in his hands last year and she will not miller in this camBno. Ixsnnln had on his war paint in paign. tho Itepublle last week. Ho wont for owes the development of every thing in sight and tho railroad in her brick industry to tho MeCrackens. particular. Hardlnsburg is now in tho Thoy found tho clay, had it tested and same condition that Cloverport was a brick mado out of it, boforo a soul in this year or two ago. She undertook to fight the railroad at every point. She wanted town know a thing about it. overything her way nnd would conci do whatever. Could Democracy huvo put up two nothing to the railroad pec-plbrainier men than Cleveland and Sto Tho railroad had no rights only as it venson? Their speeches at Now York suited tho whims of a few croakers. This wo City were both gems of patriotism and state of allaire existed until have thrilled the whole American peo- elected n city council nnd mayor with progressive ideas and n willingness to ple treat tho railroad people, not as n soulThe "rat" part of tho Kepuhlican ticket less corjioration, but as men, liko s. is gnawing great holes in tlio "Hat, por So soon as wo got right tho railtion. By November tho hat will bo com road got right and things tookonn differpletely destroyed and tho rat will die ent hue. No town can nflortl to fight n from tho effects of the poison contained railroad. It has all tho advantage and it in tho felt. is going to use it when there's a fight on. Tin; Third I'artyites are claiming So our advice to Hardinsburg is, to quit. South Carolina," ono of' tho fighting tho railroad, throw up tho white strongest Democratic precincts in tho flag if necessary and "stand in with it," county, by 100 majority for their candi and you'll find a difl'eront slato of affairs date for shcriir. It is Mr.' Cannon's in twelve months. That's our experience homo product. I.et us see, dldn'tGeorgo and Hardinsburg can' have it for what Mercer claim something liko 1500 or it's worth. L'OOO for his man Harned last year? Keuiikn Miller, of this city is trying to put soma enthusiasm into tho g. o. p. in this county. Ho says there will bo a full ticket in the Hold and no fusion goes. Produce E ST 3 FOR V4 STRAW Regardless of Cost or Price. ti'. Of all kinds wanted at They Must Go, To Make Room J iii- - Fall Goods; SHOES: v 0 fif ' . f sT i j auu. " nr ill . :T. . jM i our-selve- LAWNS, . GINGHAMS, $. ahd':all Mid-Summ- er CLOTHING . if,"'? " f "A rX oi '(I At Reduced Price ,'V ,.. JkJ, f M How's This for any caso of catarrh ! DRESS FABEICS, We are in SMART & G CfiOVERPORT, KY$ r at. ftJ4 'iercq is especially plcaBetl Skip of the L., St. L. & T. nrwwy. 5 f'BwiUi's candidacy rii-v- f, is subject too Democratic party, tbi, his announcement. The developments of a week have brought out two more candidates for There, are Commonwealth's Attornoy. now three candidates in the field, viz: n Buck Kendall and Weed Chelf, of and Virgil Babbage of Hardins-burg- . Tho News was not wrong when it predicted last week that the contest for this office would bo a lively one. Kliza-bethtow- Lown in the Second to i walk over Murray to make a speech nt his picnic eminently right to bo neld in this city on the Oth of August, said, "I want you to expound tho principles of Democracy, pure and simple fiends all Bay now They nro good enough for mo nnd my lind nn trntililn peojilo." The News agrees with Father 'fv.fnr f!innit .Tiiiltrn.. ,.... ...... Hcnnesey, Democracy pure and simple sld Imvb been forth- is gockl enough for anybody. have- a - Fatiiek Hcnnesey, in requesting Judgo itled thu key noto of ho greeted the hoys fltji '"Hello" at New lJay. "Hollo" is the m tlie lino. Merlins just rainerent ifT won $109,000 k jnulroad in a law suit, and witU-ttnTm The Louisvillo and Henderson Packet Company have contracted with tho of 1'ublie Instruction, Howards, steamloat builders of won, has given out that Ind., to build thoin an elegant i) !eiD.50 this year, as new steamer, to tako tho place of tho kycar. uiiis is pleasant James Guthrie, which is getting too old and jworly- nnd wntcrsonked for further successful fclier. service. As n numo for tho new packet, tho News would respectfully suggest tho Third Party is go- - "The City of Cloverport." Breekcnridgo county. ns and Democrats are The gratifying news comes from all KOhiR back to their old over tho county that Domoerats, who a Bi Ilv Anvvmluir thmn 'tjifcm left but tlinRl. year ago were aflilinting with tho Third Party, aro seeing their mistake and nro now coming back to their old mother Democracy. This is as it should ho, B'tho Times last Friday of brothers, nnd your old Democratic friends deal between the Texas will receive you with open arms. How Fnd tho 0. A. 0. alarinod it mado our hearts nchu a year ago to seo r citizens. It looked more men that were in tuny thing that had yet as over lived as honest and conscientious men that had spent tho don t want a greater part of their lives' fighting tho Pgement. Tho present battles of Democracy turn their strength fgh for them. against their former friends nnd associates, and do battle with the enemies of nt ... nn liitvnnnls ... tlin Democracy. But wo knew it could not v. -- ..j Jheir workshops last. Wo knew that thoy were too good SJber barons ir. en- - Democrats to remain blinded long. Boys, kl no thieving tariffs wo lire truly glad to seo you buck. Lot bnco, Tlioy have nn us shako hands, embraeo nnd forget thu ttiiBt'lved of all those post. Como hack, all of you, and lets lutno that thoy were have u regularold-fashionerousing time Tho Capital. again this fall. When Cleveland and Stevenson aro elected it will ho a love at it. it. r.orio, feast worth attending. Vwho attended n Lit Louisvillo last I.v the candidacy of Virgil O. Babbage ivoly no founda- - for Commonwealth's Attorney, Breckcn-ridg- o f tho road is about county presents h deserving young Pmutino business of man. A mnn confllitutionully eligible, Pico was transacted, nnd well muilitled for tho placo to which ' wJJ develop in duo ho aspires. As a matter of justice this office at this timo belongs to this county. For twenty years thu Domoerats of tf IfunlinsburK, is Breckeuridgo have valiantly stood by nud Wealth's attor- - battled for tho sons of her neighbors, nud Kwn, dibtrict. Mr. by their bravo nnd successful efforts liuvo tlc, clliolont and placed men from Meade, Hardin nud Lis been rutnorod Grayson counties into honorable and r'fttliorJ'A'lUo'tlpclines a re- - lucrative jtositions, which have been Rffied Cfi,mij)inte8 a re-- filled to tho personal benefit of those thus iorK4WTlas ability of favored mid tho renown of the county RVpuM'Jca valuable that claimed them as citizens. There bar of this city,0 wens- - nro no files on tho backs of Breckenridgo' county Democrats, und no grass grows t E? under their feet in election times, nud in is nlxiaf over times of danger thoy are always found nt Bring man is morstetl their posta ready to measure swords with j. iloor, tho enemy. It is because of tho almost ni shov'cl down oijo universal solicitation and assurance of armyof valiant BWE'ort wtected, plutocra .jKjeket a grcatoj JcfTer-sonvillFujj-lteop- lo d icHuon in the county is BiitrireBtion n&Ur o n cy . lono Maj. W. V. McCraeken, president, ns sured tho directory unit there was no deal on between the "Texas" and tho L & N: That no propositions had ev6r been made by either party. That his road was not for Bale. That it was good property and making money, and it. was worth as much to him as anybody, linn satisfied tho directory and ought to satisfy thu friends of tho road. e, i We oiler One Hundred Dollars reward that cannot bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. OOINO WIST. We, tho undersigned, have known F. Pataenger Dally arr. Hardlnlurg..l2:42 p.m. J. Cheney for tho hist 15 yenrs, und beaoma kast. busiPassenger Dally arr. llardlrnburg.. 7:50 a.tn lieve him perfectly honorable in nil ness transactions, nnd flnnncially nblo to carry out any obligations made by their W. II. Bell, Cloverport, is in town. Newt. McGlothhin, Irvington, was in firm. West & Tiiuax, Wholesale Druggists, town Monday. Toledo, O. W.u.nixo, Kinnan it Mau-vi.Dr. J. II. W. Frank, MU Pisgah, was Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. in town hist Friday. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalMrs. L. Green, Falls of Bough, was in ly, acting directly upon tho blood and town last Saturday. mucous surfaces of the system. TestiMiss Ella Smith has returned from a monials sent free. Price 7 per bottle. visit to Stephensport. Sold by all Druaiists. Mr. Henry Kskridge, Washington, is LONG BRANCH. hero visiting relatives. Mrs. J. A. Witt returned from Meade Little David Ditto is right sick. county last Wednesday. Farmers are through threshing. , Mrs. Jano Brooks, of Stcphcnsitort, is A. Ditto, Jr , was in tho city last week. visiting Mrs. Burl Beard. Miss Lillle Chambers spent Sunday nt Misses Udn and Mattio Hcston went Guston. to Irvington last Saturday. Miss Mary McFarland Is visiting in Miss Belle Buzhy is visiting Miss Gruhamton. Blanche Frymiro at Union Star. Mr. Jim. Bicker-stall- ' attended tho pic Miss Ora Alexander, of Cloverport, nit; at Garrett Saturday. was visiting Mrs. Leo Meyer Inst week. Mrs. Cal. llendricknnd son, Joe, aro Mr. Leo Meyer has moved into the visiting at Stephensport. house vacated by Mrs. Jane Heudrick. Miss Maud Kilgorc, of Pennsylvania, Tho depot was broken into ono night is visiting Miss Nelllo McGchce. lost week, but nothing of valuo was Mrs. Sim Dooley has been on tho sick taken, Mr. J. T. Uobards, near town, has been list, but is Bomo better at this'wrijing. Misses Dec nnd Ellen McOoheo spent quite sick for soveral days, but is imlast Monday nijilit with Miss Ella Heudproving. Prof. Shacklett goes to Meade county rick. Miss Mabel Alysworth, who litis been this week to nttend the teachers instivisiting nt this place, returned home last tute there. Mrs. Emma Wade left yesterday for week. Misses Nellio McGoheo and Maud Louisville, whero sho expects to resido Kilgoro spent last Sunday at Sulphur permanently. Springs. Mrs. 1). II. Severs nnd children returnMrs. J. M. Itoynolds, of Finley, Ohio( ed Saturday from a visit to her mother is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. at Union Star. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lennou went to L. Dooley. Several young ladies of this placo atStephensport last Saturday to visit Mrs. tended tho thu picnic nt the Butter Milk ltolnnd Smith. Falls Saturday. , Mr. Huston Miller who has been absent in Missouri for sometime returned Such little complaints na heartburn, home last Saturday. headacho, tootache, sour stomach, etc., Mr. V. G, Babbago left yesterday for aro not often fatal, but very annoying. Leltchficld. Ho expects to remain in All such troubles are tntickly cured by Grayson county during tho week. Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A,C. Hayner Mr. H. V. Board, Fort Bond county, Shops, W. Va., says : "I havo been afTexas, will arrive this week to spend flicted with heartburn and sour stomach for four vears. Found no relief until I several weeks with his parents here. Mr. Crawford Lyons camo up from used Lightning Hot Drops. I can honestly Bay that Lightning Hot Drops has Hancock last week, Hu thinks of making his homo in this placo in tho future. cured mo entirely." All dealers sell it. 25 and 50. bottlep. Hero's something for a Cloverport tenmstcr to smoke in his pipo. Burl Chaho-eo-f Date. Benrd's two horse tenm hnuled 8,0s.1) Tho date of tho special excursion to pounds of asphalt from tho mines to Old Point Comfort and return via L St. tho railroad. L. & T. and C. & O. railroads has bcon Hoii. G. W. Stone, of Loltchlleld, can- changed from August 11th to August didate for Circuit Judgo was in town last 10th. Saturday and attended tho meeting of tho Peoples Party. Ho made n speech GRAYSON COUNTY. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. it." VEST CL0VEBP0RT, EX Opn NEW AND r F: HOT, WE AT FOUNDED BETHELu.FEMALE COLLEGE ti... in..i.n.. Munlo ItaD&rtinerit. Tlrflt . . uuutiuiy. monaiy in rwp nirtn&i&caii7. aiokm I...M .. t2M per Twit include tntwlc. 1854. MOTTOl THOROUGHNESS. j i imiu it .... GOODS : uumo, ni .in .. ,.",.."- iscuuou " Kov.T. pmi'aON McUALt,, M. A, rrldnt, HtriUMHVlI.l.K KV n.M-j .jiiifliiau. . MICHAEL H AMMAN, Tho Kegular nnij Reliable JUST RECEIVED AT . I FURNITURE SEWING PICTURE DEALER MACHINES, TRIMMINGS, ETC, Bowmer & Hambleton's ALL KINDS AT Is always onh.iml with a full stock, including Oofflns, Burial Gaskets, FRAMES, PANIC PEIOES. yyyvVVVVVVVVyVVVVAVVVVAW Always call on him and ascertain prices boforo purchasing elsowhoro. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, CALL AND SEE OUR ' OLOVrillPORT, KY MANY STRIKES NEW STOCK cewonr 10 u An Object of Admiration. tn ndorn a tablo with what looks Just m muck like solid silver as you reiemblo younelf. Thoie who Iimo not recently made purchased In this direction probably supposo that platod ware ia coatly enough to bo out of the prdlqary reach. Nothing of the kind. On tho contarv. tho revofao is the cose, Ynn'll disooror how trno this la, if you will let ui quoto prices for you when you come to ace our display of Silverware. These articles will be as brilliant In their silvery lustro after the sorvico of a lifetime ai on the day of purchase. How would your ablo look with some of them? We also hare a nice line ot watohoa and jewelry-- , also rauilo-a- l merchandise. It cutis comparatively little ' Do you want to make mony ? Mone saved is money made. You can save money )w dealing with us. We have succeeded flKjborman & Beeler in business at GJ deane, selling goods cheaper, than eve Are taking place, but none of fore. such interest to the public as Thanking you for past: favors and solici-in- g our strike at prices. We have already won. That the people a continuance of same. We remain are on our side is apparent from tne crowds coming in Most Respectfully, k daily to get something Oool to Wear this awfulllllfy HOT WEATHER. W.C. MOORMAN,, A GLEDEAN"E, KY at 1 o'clock. S'onator j:k-o- Iiard-wotVi- fnw-tlife.J't- m a -- Lti(vuwcir,v If. '. i"J 'A Frankfort over Sunday, MissXannlo Huntor, of'McDaniuls, is visiting Miss May Hughes this week. Miss Mattio l'umiihroy, of West View, has been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Ned Cannon, tho past week. Claude Mercer, of Hardinsburg, son of Judgo Mercer, was hero Wednesday on homo from Henderson. Miss Klla Mclleath left on Monday afternoon for Powcc, Ky., to spend two weeks with her.slstcr, Mrs. Hattio Leo. Sho will probubly visit relatives iu Lexington before returning. For a weak and tired fooling, loss of J. S. DcJurncttu and wife, of Hardins nppctlto nnd gcnoral debility, Lightning burg, stopped over hdro tho guests of Mr, 1 Llixir is tho .best tonic. It is en- - anil Mrs, Claude Yager Wednesday "''"Hi'fruMn'"1"" l' mercury or evening. Mr. DeJernetto is shoriir of county nnd was on Jijs ro- N. E. Allen Hrefckenridg fldy villCjAvhero Jib had taken hyr-wa- Hagan, pastor of tho Baptist church nt this place, expects to begin n protracted meeting here on Tuesday night uftcr tho third Sunday in August. Ho will bo assisted by Bo v. Williams, of U'itchflcld. The Peoples Party met hero in tho court house last Saturday nnd nominated Milton Coke, for Circuit Court Clerk nnd Thomas Cannon, for shoriir, with tho following deputies: Bioliard Band)', Loir Cannon, L. V. Chopin, Carl Cart, and Kzra Tucker. G. W. Stono was indorsed for Circuit Judgo. Tho meeting was largely attended. Hev. (Or.ijK.m G.irctte.) Sulzer's Public Speaking. CLOVERPORT, KY. J. S. Worthnm was down from &IJtaI, 0 550,000. OP NEW YORK. 18JS-U- oder F. N. D'HUY, Jewolor, CLOVEKP'iUT, KY. Irvington Blacksmith Shpp. To tho farmors nnd other persons living in tho vicinity of Irvington, who g may wish any thing done in thu line, I wish to say that I havo bought thu shop nt this place und am now prepared to do nil kinds of work nt Poto Paul is vory icasonnblo figures. my workman. Give man call. T. J. Adkisson. . black-smithin- A ar(C numbtr of making this list but failed, I trust tbla"! meet Mr. Glasgow's approval, and that- "H accent this Invitation n,l monrt tk --.uaiouor orino oimpalgn with mo aocIaUr'" lon we win maintain the friendsbf lu"' u"' exlita. UUANVIW WILSON. - Mr. Editor Plento nnnounco through the columns of the News tho folliinlnR list of up. Eolntinnots for publlo speaking. Speaking will at 2 o'clock p, tn, Moolojvllle, WoJnosday " 27 Union Star, Thursilny ' 28 Stephensport, Friday " 20 I.oarnestly, requested Mr. SKIJImnn to assist me tn arranging tlia list, but' he positlrelv refused, I wanted to see Mr. (llasirow hefr' I f Or jtiidesmens National Bank OF ' THjil8?Y a State Bank tfirROADWAY. ,KtlonarAct Wg-ftn'- t, .- ilxcaa Prea't. - 1M ml hm, Logan C. ftmj, COItlSrONDENCl! INVITED. : . OKwJrOullr ACCOUNTS INVrrED. FRUIT Hardinsburg I - TREES At the Brass ready to rtcclve ctevnudrasa Thn 1lnrlli.1.r Nursery, GREENrfT no'V I'alrN,!clcsanii-llcrlnu"'e'ts- sorcV . 1 lixluMics Ilanil Is noil 1 .'nd. i I'lay for County I'or. terms Louisville I nstit . I EL . 4 I'or next full ilclivcry( Order what you vnt Anything we haen't on hand, we will procure It fnr vmi nt the lowest rates. jUJBBJSBBBBBJBJSSr 1mm 1 rw.tf tjt.-r-- . m Ii -- ZACK. !"! I OR HABIT Ht'r :.. Cf .V. v FOR THI .' OF THE jaanBgrr nruinmirg.HU(Mg', -- SlHBPVUU'.ltT, it, Jacot) . . i"rrr" ." - f. w.inun,a t'H.. nfloutu .rrctt, J.'m, -- tic Col W Rfa Athartoai, John mnnnucrc, - c' ' -- , Tnni.ni. ..,.,ws.,a0 AJ. v m TiHSlVTTfcJL' - rrw ""'"- " II. Uafh. , , O. H, Msfmt, 9mi4 .,..' ol'A.lA! .jmSeS.im u " aBHPB HHsMsMkMMMsMHaH : : . ' -- - fc i .. ... 7 ; IpHVsMHHsl -- gr i. Tffl 1 ft if LL REAL '$ ESTATE AND !D STREET Rental Agent OLOVERPORT, KY. Don't rend this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. Do yiu want ti Luy Krai Kitata? Call on K. L. Newsoru. Do ydu want to rent a Farm t Call on H, L. Nowi m. Do you want to rent City property 7 Call on It. L. Newom. Do you want tho belt and only desirable lot (or tale on Main, 60x176 foct for Call on II. L, Newsom. 1800.00 T Do you want to buy the Gioverport Hotel, PING re liLrL. fN'UFAPTUKEns OP WlSlg Siiag E- I1! -' D " centrally located and doing a large Call on It. L. Newsom, business 7 1 8. t am now prepared and hats full authority to offer laid Hotel at a bargtln. Correspondence from abroad solicited. Thlt li a good ebanco t i ecu re tbe beat and tnoi-- t popular hotel In tbe city, und no "boo in" price naked. Do you want a loan negotiated 7 Call on It. li. Newt m. $$! i C'il IsBhHHHHhI BHHHHHH mJii&Tj&KA4CBt' t 'fr?K- ftHHHHHi sslsssssB sHHHHHhBb bBhHHHh1 v to i . Idtjbn! 'WWVWM lit, id Idw6hstantly on hand 'Tt , largo stock of - fe Havo you money you want placed on Call on H. L Newsom. tale security T Do you want money on short cull 7 Call on H. L. Newiom. Do you watt to rent a houie 7 Call on II. L Newmm. 1'. S. flood paying renter! can generally lor-ura house. l,et me put a "bug in your car," H. I.. Newiom rentt property and collemr th rent on a cummlstton of ten per cent, and, rentiug being a specialty with lilru. don't you know it la bettir to place your property in Why 7 hit handa than to rent it ynuriell 7 Decauie ho In controlling a largo amount of g and t..llllng rentori find t "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of tbtm. Newsom heart but few c mplaintt from good renter!, but tbo "howl" ouuiei from tin so fel (uwt who do nut want to pay. arid to tuch ho Cad on Somebody Kite tayt li Newroin liHrd hearted 7 Not especially to He will accommodate you If you pay for It, and you ttnnd to your tide of the bargain f you don't like hit way of dotting Call on Somebody Kile. ' Oh I Sympathetic bypocrltet ; when your sympathy get! above your judgment don't blmne the landlord quite to luuoh, but call 'round at hit office and drop In $5.00 for the special ohjcot of your sympathy and help pay his rent. It will be tilt tiling the lost on bad JJun't rentcrt, and then ynu will (eel better. let the landlord lose it all I I" P. 6. Tbe above, scripture it addrosscd to jningMill, FCLOVMkPORTj A KY. ""' the hnathen gentlloi, H. L. tfewanm has about sixty rentert and To good be don't want any but paying one! paying; rentert ho will take special palm to make them comfortable. Do ynu want a huuie built and pay for it in monthly Installments 7 For te'rtns f ,lf Si. Ai .' ,f 4 .;,' J(" ssK SI" I - i UJ,r i?I v hi wn "li tl .",.",. ""' Call on K. L. Newsom. . Do you want n forty-hors- e power engine and ' Call on 11. L. Newiom. iiMi tJler. 6u want to start a Slack Darrel and ITT. Ave and Heading Factory with power al ready attached 7 Call on K. I, Newsom. Having about thirty acres of city lots be would tell a few "slice," and if you want a building lot Gallon It. L. Newsom. Do you want to pay your otty txxes? Gallon It. I,. Newsom, Have you claims agaimt the :lty troisury Y Call on tho city treasurer and ho will tell ynu thot It. L. Newiom, as City Tax Collector, always keept said treasury supplied with money. Claims fur cullectlun lolioited from cities Last Grand Picnic of the Season to be given in , mw - MalMBsSk. ilVsil tsH sassl fBllHM snsmifaiiiHBiaBal Ns 3 isB sssi ssH Sassl sssH asH tall havo new. rich hlnnl. whfrh oarlo by that mmarknlila prprwr- BIY'U Ulfgavzu BLOOD RrAnnnr fix. cure of BcroJultt, Wasting, I Kwo. ErnDtlnim. KrvftlnnLui- - T nd overr" indicatinn nf InnntAh t n. T.lMtlV'a AIM I?..!... la .l. V but cun nlwav bo rollnl mion. I Drat alats mil iL abroad and prompt remittances made. Many thanks for tbe large putrouage I havo enjoyed, R. L. NEWSOM. CLOSING OUT ,LCRS MEDICINE CO. I id w rm n r- tgQLIS SALE! . CLO PORT. KY. HsflHsHHHHBsHI I k?; agf2rFif;asga U6i OP THIS SEASON. 111111 Ah we arc compelled to rnnkoroom for our imini'iiso Fall Stock, wo are making priria to dispose of our j?001'8- - They must go and thoy will go at tho follow, ing quoted prices. SSGai ? Clothing Suits sold for $4.50 going for $2.49. " " " " " 0.00 4.88. lOnglisli plniil Stilts sold for $8.00 going for $4,50. Gray Suits sold for $12.00 going for $7.50. All Yarn Fancy Stripo sold for $15.00 go- ing.for$8 48. JScdford Cord Hnlia sold for $18 00 going for $12 50. rK EC itching ales LCidSWAYN!8 I Uinimcni DUTY roa owe rnnraeirandfhtn best value far your money. In Your faativrnr brituKhailtiDr arlun Shoes, which represent the tbouaunda lTor prices Ballot, IHsisl ! Hats! Crceso Crown novelty goods for $1.25 for 48cts. Derby stylo sold for $1.25 for 7.1c. ,r " ' " 1.00 " 24c. Chip Hals largo aliapo for 10c. sold for 20 S the sue u Shoes ! . J3.08 l2.50 WMlDIM L0 Z0B B. & H. custom inndo sold for $2 50 for $1.05. Monarch vcnl sold for $2.00 for $1.48. " " 2.00 " 1 .15. Kentucky Hat Cordovan custom itiado sold for $3.00 for $2.00. ilies custom made, our Own brand sold .70 lor 51. US. FOR'THE BSnSFElIT OF ST. ROSA'S GATH0U CHURCH A sumptious dinner will be spread for which the reasonable price of 25, 'jB ,i per ticket will be charged. A splendid Brass Band will be in attendance, "Rfiti 'TTilln fifMntT JUtUlJlW LV XJ.J.O kUilUg. XTtrill 144 "fnTtnioTi TYinoin AU4XXZ.JI.tJAX 444U04U in fnn rJortnium UXAV UOJLLivXXJ.g AAA rkOTTilliAn' UaVXlUUUi '. , fl 1 otner reiresnments iurnisned in abundance. istinguished speakers of the State will t-i- f fa o--l A dis- ? w - .. J2. iA . MBMMI 'yj J Mr. Morton, the Addison mill man, A Meeting of The Democratic Disho was contemplating moving his mill trict Committee. to this city, has sold his mill to the Diek Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of Uros., of Addison, and it will not now bo the Dth Judicial District, tho Democratic removed from that place. Mr. Morton Committee of said District met Tuesday, will come here and go into tho grocery July ID, 18n2, at the court hodso at w g, . J, M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon. Dr; Offiet wr IftrJiatre Starr. OLOVEBPORT. KY. Pay) e & CV business. those present were: W. K. Tho Oth of August will be another hie I Barnes, Breckenridge county, John D. day in Clovcrport. The picnic for the I Hardin, Meade county, J. C. Graham, benefit of the St. Rosa's Catholic church proxy oi John K btone, of Grayson OANNELTON, IND. will bo a grand affair. Tho Catholie county, and Jesso L. Talbott, Hardin Our genuine reduction sale is still in 'effect. Many people Suits, made to order in the best style. people do nothing by halves, and you county. The object of tho meeting was hnvd taken advantage of it, and many more yet to hear from. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. can confidently expect ono of tho largest stated by tho Chairman as being the Ed. Whitehead has the contract for crowds of tho season. Our business is brisk, but our profits arc very light ; but no matThere will bo no calling of a primary election, or ConvenA. A. M. D. plastering LillnnPs now stone house. conceited closing of stores, and visitors tion to select democratic candidates for ter our stock is going down, and we aro getting moro room for Mrs. Robt. Lindley is visiting her can do a little trading as well as going to tho offices of Judco - and Common our new Kail and Winter stock, which is now in courso of manuwealth's Attorney. The following resofather, Mr. II. N. Roundtree, Nashville, the picnic. Office our IlncLenridge Bank. facture. Coine on for bargains as long-a- s III. It is a fixed and immutable law that lutions were adopted: they last. Suits for CI.OVEHPORT, KY. Rcwlviij, that a primary election . be to have good, sound health one must Mrs. Dr. Long, of Louisville, is visitMen, Suits for Boys, Suits for Children, Single or Odd P.mttf'for ing her mother, Mrs. W. K. Minor, of havo pure, rich anil abundant blood. held in the Oth Judicial District, combig and little everything goes cheap. There is no Hhorter nor surer route than posed of tho counties of Breckenridge, Holt. Meade, Hardin and Grayson, on the 27th by a course of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. U.S. Claim & Pension Agent Scott Morrison, of Iluwesville, Sold by Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and day of August, 181)2, to nominate Demowas in the.city Monday night and yestercratic candidates for the offices of Circuit Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg. day. STEPHENSPORT, KY. Sheritr Stew art DeJometto and Claude Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney. I want the trade and if low prices is Mercer passed city Tues- A poll shall bo open at each voting M. D. any inducement, I will have It. G. W. day en route to through thewith Henry place in said counties. The officers to Eddyvillo Jordan. hold said election shall bo two Judges Upton, w lio was sentenced to tho peniand Surgeon 10 per cent, is my motto on all goods tentiary at tho April term of tho Circuit and a Clerk at each voting place appointCI.OVKUPOUT, KY. ed by tho Committeemen of each voting sold. Will show you bills of invoice. Court for three years, for being an accestSrOjficc tit Home far iht pretent. G. W. Jordan. sory in tho robbing of B. F. Beard A Co's place, who shall divido them among the friends of the various canuidates as near Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Keith, of Owens-bor- store. Tho reason lu has not been tak Breckenridge News. ly as possible. are the guests of 'Squire J. A. en off before this is that his case "was Tho polls shall be opened at 7 a. m. Keith and family. to tho Supreme Court and it has WKDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1892. and remain open until (J p. in., except Dr. J. M, Clayton ha.i moved his ollicc l just confirmed the decision of tho lower the hour for dinner. from the Napper House to Payne & Co's court. All Democrats legally qualified under LOCAL BREVITIES. new building, second lloor. k Tho tobacco factory the Constitution and laws of the state as R. R. electors shall be has been purchased Ly Mr. J. A. Keith has built n ni. o addiqualified to vote at the Mr. J. T. Patterson went to On The Bun, tion to his dwelling, and now has one of Pierce. This largo building was erected election except as follows: No pcrsou Monday. oak's Cotton Root by R. R. Pierco and I). R. Burbank and the nicest residences on the hill. Ekron, Meado county, is improving be allowed to voto unless ho sliall shall .Mrs. iiiiun itrowu wem iu by them operated for a number of years. havo voted faster than any of tho new towns on tho Mrs. Dr. K. h. Hayes left yesterday for for John Young Brown for w MonAay, . t a protracted visit to her father, Capt. Afterwards Mr. Pierce's interest passed Goernorut the last State election, or Texas road. Several new dwellings havo COMPOUND. fA Chcvil SuHjftU) inch mirror, only $20. Hockersmith at Madisonville. to the Burbank estate, and now tills shall bo shown to the satisfaction of recently, n new depot has been A recent tliscotry liv nn olil tho gone up 'ijlclin. buiccMfnllyiiM-w Jordan, wi w hole property comes back to tho Pierco built, n stock company has been formed AH Demo officers to bo a Democrat. montly by thousands or I.a. Miss Delia Wilson, who has been vis family. Wo learn that it will bo operatHen. Is the only prrfertl) to build a lino graded school, besides Carlt Richardson, o( Union Star, was crats having attained the ago of twenty-on- e iting friends and relatives near Stephens-por- t, ft.lfc filwl . ..ll.hln -. ..(.... , .Hiuilllli: A' Inthciitv Moniniv. ed to its full capacity when tho present other improvements that will naturally tllscoverea years sinco the last State election, ' returned home Sunday. 6aE . i ;:" '"'"" ,.Vi"c,i?"'t! ''" large growing crop of tolncco comes into and all Democratic youths who will benefit the town are spoken of and will who ofltr inf. fertakcr's n in piles cheaper than be Mr. James A. Easton, an old subscribmarket. tlio cheapest Jordan. entitled to a voto nt the November elec- come in tho near future. It is a line er of the Xtwri over at Oakland, Warren Hill "Late to bed and early to riso will tion, shall bo considered qualified voters. shipping polut, right in tiie heart of one lailles m.h cit lurllciilurs In plain cnleloi. 10 Mrs. A. J. Grow, of Holt, left for county, is iu the city visiting rclativts; only, 1 stamps. shorten tho road to your home in tho The poll books shall be sealed up by the of tho finest jntit growing sections in Address Pond Mlly Fmnklort lust Thtmday. Miss Ruth Haynes, who has been visNo. . Fisher lllock, Dct'ol" Vllch. Meado county, a splendid agricultural skies," But early to bed and a "Little election It Is true that GVW. JnrdanfiB the iting her grand mother, Mrs. Hunter, Early Riser," tho pill that makes life Judges of tho the polls,immediately upon community, well to do and thrifty farm-erthe closing of and shall bo deINCORPORATION NOTICE. near Sample for some time has returned cheapest furniture dftder in Ky.t and as the Hon. Gus. Richardson lomrer and better and wiser. Sold by livered by tho clerk of tho election to home. Know liavo returnMr. anil Mrs. F. .Inn v.i m... Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard tho Chairman of thu County Committee says "you can't hold us down, we are nUDford, all men. that J L. Henrj. J. B. King, p. H. ed from Grand Hnplift, Mich. bound to grow." If tho News can do Mrs. Itaker, of St. Louis, and Mrs. A Beeler, Hardinsburg. by the first day of September 18!)2. W. Foote and K.S Bandy Lave J'. anythingto help Ekron all Ekron has to do oumoWes together as Incorporator, John Warfield wmt to HaweBville Robert Tevis, of Ixniiavillc, spent a few Littlo (?) Tom. Kendall, who has been Tho Chairman of the different county is to say tiie word. Nearly every family and for ourselves our Mec!te and days with Mrs. Win. Minor, of Holt, last drilling for gas over at Leitchficld is Sunday and returned Monday. have become Incorporated under andsuccessor!, committees composing tho District Compursuant A fiood milch ( owl for side. Inquir week. in the city. Leitchfleld has sunk $3,000 mittee or authorized proxy shall meet nt in that section, we are proud to say takes to the provisions of chapter iff. of the General Tho Ciovi rport boys played a gamo in n 1,".00 foot hole, with out getting gas, West Point, Ky., on the Oth day of Sep the Nkws and those who don't take it Slalues of (he h'tato of Kentucky, with all the Y. Victor Itowmer, of ... are going to, bo we can't help but ben rights, powers and privileges under said i.. i """ .in .1 R. R. Pie Ping a I "' i. ii.""" ulu l'mp, Auuersou cuio and now tho project is abandoned. Wo tember 1802 at 1 o'clock p. m. and count .immos, ana nave adopted tbe following arA picnic was given ticles of Incorporation : n"'CM J"csaiU-ilto 2 in fav- - are sorry that our neighbors havo been the voto cast at said election and tho friend to them. new incubator justfri of the old The name or tbe corporation shall be the or of Clocfprfc so unfortunate ; and will add that tho candidato receiving the highest number there last Saturday and the Kkws had Irvington Creamery Co., r and In thnt name it Mrs. . LfrOer, of Stanford, is the tho pleasure of meeting a number- of shall have perpetual succession, with power to The Acme Brick Works havo begun latch string of Cloverport is hanging out of votes for tho office of Circuit Judge good people whom it is a pleasure to sue sister, Mrs, Wm. U. Smart. bo sued, to make contracts, and to acand work, and now the lnrgestN;d best and tho good people of Leitchfiold or any and Commonwealth's Attorney shall bo .. know and count as friends. Here's to quire and transfer nronertv a nntnmt 'Mm. Win. W stand and son, Kugeno, son. It shall have a common teal, and may eijuiped brick plant in the United States other place, who long for the conven- declared tho Democratic 'nominees for Ekron and her future prosperity. hnvo returned from French Lick Springs. is in operation. alter the same at pleasure, and mako bv.ar iences of natural gas, aro invited to be said offices in tho Oth Judicial District. to govern tho conduct of Its bushiest, not W. D. Diako and W. K. Brown, of come citizens of this beautiful little citv. Jesso L. Tulbott is directed to secure with the laws' of the gtato or the Mr. J. C. Nolte and wife will leave Ekron has another industry that has Unitod Irvington, were in tho city last Friday. noxt Monday for have plenty of gas hero and of the tho necetsary poll books nt tho expense j'o States. Rockcastle Springs to added much to the prosperity of tho 1 be principal placo of transacting Its busiof thu candidates. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ditwinbach vis- bo absent several weeks for his health stlJikingest kind at that. I ness shall be at Irvington, Kj. place and the' surrounding country. The general ited Miss Rosa Polk in Tobinsport Sun- and a much needed rest. The Democratic, papers in the District refer to the brandy d(slll(cry run by P. nature ot the huslnois of the said corporation HAWESVILLE. ahull aro requested to publish the proceedings P. Archer A Co. l.ast year this firm ery be to buy, sell and manufacture all creamday. It is a truth in medicino that the products. The amount of the capital stock of this meeting. Mm. W. J. Wells, who has been visit- smallest dose that performs tho cure is paid out over $5,000 for refuse apples shall be six thousand dollars ($6000.) DavidHIarelial, of Padueah, Is visiting The corporation shall commence bustnesi as W. K. Barncp, Ch'm'n. ing relatives in Stanford, has returned tho best. De Witt's Little Irly Risers his mother-hero- . that would have been an entire loss to loon as these articles are acknowledged and John C. Graham, Scc'y. noine. are the smallest pills, will perform tho tho farmers, but for tho demand from filed for record with the clerk of tho Hrecken-ridg- o B. lL,,Poindexter, County has County Court, State of Kentuoky, and Miss l.ila Adams, oflwisport, is ex- euro and are tho best. For sale by Short returned fronwjMuVfort. this concern. They nro In tho market OHIO COUNTY, shall jKirUinua. (or the spaco & Haynes, Cloverport, and I tyard k Peelpected to visit Miss LaFayette again this year and expect to' run on'n yean, unless sooner dissolved byof twenty. five Saturday, Jnlyho 150, is Democratic er, Hardinsburg. much larger scale than lust season. Dur- in me siocK notuers. (ll.irlfnr.l Ilcrulil.) sthis week. primary election da v for I Iancock counTho officers of sld corporation shall be a " Mlsa Kdith Rush and Miss lluttio Mr. David Duncan, tho well known ing the busy season hundreds of wagons president, Mr. L site Bnruh, of tho Mooleyville ty. secretary and treas. liveryman cf Mcllenry, spent yesterday can bo seen In Ekron loaded with apples urer. The last two offices may bo filled by Mitchell, of HuweHvllle, are visiting Mrs. neighborhood, was a passenger on the W. S. Morrison A Ciq. an operating on one and the same peon. Said incorporation for the distillery. Aj Boyd. d G. in Haitfonl. express Monday evening. an extension shall oonstitute the first Hoard of Directors and scale, a coal mino near Falvisiting his son in lender-son- . con. thall hold until tho second Monday i July, ' Miss Nellie Young, of Roekport, refyisses Kva and Kliza May have gone Ho I dropped in to see Len G. Herndon A I8W, or until their successors aro elected by fc; to Qwcnslxiro to visit their cousins, Mr. turned homo Monday, after several days tbe stockholders. Kuch share of stock shall Georgo Rica aged 58 and Delia VinCo., tho great commission house, of represent visit to Miss Verda Duke. The threshers aro at wWKtvHolt'fl cent aged 14 wero and Mrs. K. II. Rreidenbaucli. ope share of stock, either by person married here last This is one of tho most com- or proxy. Louisville. tyficnomlnal. Thursday. Miss Laura ClnVp'cze, who has been Mr. Frank Mercer, of Hardinsburg, Ilpttoin, and the yield The efijoes of president, plete establishments and one of the largsec. was tho eucst of Hon. D. R. Murray and Wheat is ranging from lfi 'to 35 bushels There is probably moro sickness in teaching inthe city schools at Padueah, est in tho eoiintry. They have every rotary and treasurer shall be elected by a per acre of tho finest grain, witii tho Hawesvillo vnte of thw stock represented and their family soveral days lust wck. than there lias lJeen for sev is at homo for her vacation. facility for handling all kinds of produce term of office shall be ono year. average much nearer tho maximum than eral years. Qfc,. Mrs. J. 0. Hublmgo went to Rosetta The Indebtedness of said corporation shall mr. anu Mrs. i. r. iayior nave re- and they do it promptly.v and in a way minimum. exco-His many friends in this County most turned from n Jelightful trip to lost week to spend several weeks with the that commands tho, best prices. Mr. not private proporty or of the capital stock. Tho the stock holders shall In the kiln recently burned at tho Pat-to- n earnestly wisii that Virgil Babbago may and other Eastern eities. , her daughter, Mrs. Kliai Taylor. W. Herndon is the manager, and bo exempt from corporation debts. In testi Henry Brick Works was a large quantity of succeed in his race for Commonwealth's mony whereof witness tbe signatures or tho Ven'i, Villi, Vici! Mr, Haidin Porter and his sister, Mrs. every consignment Tliis is true of received by thu vitrified brick that resembled the famous Attorney. If It wero left to Hancock Mollio Tunstall, of near Shreve,tjassed .house has his individual attention. Incorporators abovo, this tho Dth day of July Hall's HairKcnowor, for it is the great ' IBHi, Stratford blue bricic of England. They there would not bo a dissenting voieo. through town yesterday in route to John Nov It, , j Shippers can depend on him for obtain-jn- g conijueror of gray or faded hair, making aro of a deep dove-colo- r and harder than E. II. McOehoo,' Warrants "havo been sworn out by ;V. where they will visit friends and the best prices for their produce. it look tho sainii oven color of youth. " 11. 8. Bandy. , any granite. David Marshal for tho arrest of Crawrelatives. Henry is a Breckenridge county man V. W, Footo, Frank Beavln was at Union Star last Tho candidates for Circuit Court Clerk ford Lyons, of Breckeniidgo county, on J. E. King, Hon. John S. Rhea and Judge L. P. nnd know'B tho commission busincf-week surveying the McGlothlan land, Chas. Ulanford, all camo down here last Tuesday to speak the charjjo of horse stealing. Mr. Lyons, Little will thoroughly. This house makes it arulo address the inuuenso crowd nbout which there was such n bensation and found ClovorixSrters too J. L. Henry. busy to list-o- n until a few days ago, lived at this place. that will bo at tho picnic at Williams' to mako prompt returns, and'shippers porno time ago. at them, and tho speaking had to be It seems thatiho and his wife could not Coal Mines on the liOth. can depend on it, as soon as their goods Miss Mathildo McGregor of Haw.sille, ipostponed till night.. ' got along and in making his exit, he not ,11(1 Herbert Rrown and Maimce Fulker-so- are sold a check follows immediately fot Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Of tho Condition of thu Capt. John L. Henry and daughter, only received $200 in cash but ho took t daughter of James Rough, are the guests of Miss Brook Fulkerson, near the proceeds. Miss Nellie, of Breckenridge county and with him three very fine horses. Tliero . Smallhou8e, eloped to Roclyiort, Intl., Jhcns at Holt. Miss Beatty Hemdon, of Meado county, is a dispute, however, about tho ownerMounts Beard, cashier of thu Bank of I last Friday, nnd wero married and re.Mr-anMrs. A. J. Ross, the Fourth are the guests of AT CLOVERPORTi KY. ship of tho animals. d Hardinsburg, when questioned as to the : Hon. and Mrs. W. T, turned to tli3 groom's parents Saturday. oct grocer, of Louisville, were the At the close of business June .Is, 1BV.2, of his bank last week, said It Tevis. Richmond Kentucky Register. business A lurge stoch barn of J. D 1)uko's, tf'Btfl of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Tousey sov-- J A Card From A. H. Glasgow. had been a littlo qulotsince the 1st of July. Wo truly believo Do Vltt'H Little 1 days last week, who lives near Sunnydale, was consum$ JJ.IOO 00 EniToii News. Dear Sir- -I llnd" on We have plenty of ruonoy, but there Is Capital stock Early Risers to bo tho most natural, film Huiby moved Ids family here 174,577 67 nrticlo in tho Meade News, of July 10, iu ed by fire last Sunday morning. Tho no demand for It. Tho same state of af- Deposits most effective, most prompt and econo(roit Cnnnelton last week barn contained n large lot of new clover Surplus fund and is now 23,000 00 mical pill for biliousness, Indigestion and which tho editor nfter giving an account hay, and some old hay, as well as' about fairs exists In Louisville. The borrowers Undivided profits ' koeirig houso in one of llowmer's new, 00 of his rambles in Meade arid Breckenhave things all their own way. There is inactive liver. For side by Short A Hay'' 4flU 1'oiwk'B jn Kastland. ridge counties, adds tho following: P. four hundred bushels of corn, and some plenty of money in the county, said he, Dividend' No. 3d, i per fcnl..i)ite ' July 4th, 18W 1,80 J 00 MfcLul.iTato. of Tobinsport. and Mr. nes, Cloverport, and Beard A Beeler, S. "The two gentlemen, Glasgow and gearing and farming implements. Ixss to meet nil demands for legitimate enter-priHardinsburg. Taxes due July 1st, IHU2 449 08 Amount of insuranco not cathorholt and Mr. Joint Mc- who aro running for Circuit about $000. Skillman, s. Mr. J. K. McCracken, General Manaknown. The lire was caused by sponta' llpphensport, wcro the guests of Court Clerk, of Breckenridge county, ToMI, . $249,774 7S ger of the L., St. L. A 1'., returned last icy Beavin Sunday. had a ruco duringtho war. Skillman neous combuston, superinduced by placT bills lUBII.ITIVfl, Stuo,rt young, president of tho Ohio disc't'd $lo9,501 01 Klder, of Ijiko Village, week f i oiu a two weeks vacation s(entat was in tho eonfedtrate nrmy and 'Glas- ing a lot of now clover hay on soma old River Suit Company, tolls me ho has one Notts and itt Florence Bank fixtures and furniture his first gow tried to capture 2 572 p, hay, k., wlio has been visiting relatives in his old home in Ohio. This him, but failed ; of tho finest salt plants in the State, Banking house and lot coiiiinuuity for a couple ot weeks, vacation since ho has bo)nmanager of now too they arc in n race, ono against Ho Is nowmaking about !100 barrels n Suspended debt " The Record Is The Issuo, tho road. Msl fiirnoii'to-ho- r homo last Thursday. tho other. Who will win? Skillman week and expects to IncreosQ tho ontdut V9L" Uradley. of BucVrus, Ohio, 'Tho Dcifiocratlc party did not havo to tflat tnuny a day. I am glad thuf Bonds 'fivO'L. R. T. Cashman, of Union Star, and was born, raised and married here and Overdrafts "!nm- l.miI uirnnf fnrtlin - Sam. Cashman, of New Albany, wero in has many friends." I also heard at Cus- full power from 1685 to 1880, but what Stuart is making a success of his plant Due from " "t) wero its promises and its endeavors ? in hero putting up some now tho city ono day last week. to' They visit- ter thai Mr. Skillman had told that on for be has worked hard and faithful Thinen' In tfto Patton Brick Works. It promised and tried to reduce tho is one of tjio cleverest fellows iu and ed the brick' plantB ond weio surprised when ho was in Brandenburg with Morthe ru. it. u. I'uuon, itocKioru, in. that these workft wero of such vast pro- gan that I was with a squad and tried to taxes, but a Republican Senate preventworld, besides. vn ''From personal exiK;rienco 1 portions. Now I want to denounce ed. kill him. It promised and tried to diminish the Report Of Cloverport TCCOinnienu jju tjii,'h numapunuu, Bills are out for another picnic at the every word of this as false. I never was Jj for lmiuro blood and general de- - Old Helm Place, near Union Star, in either army five minutes in my life, revenues and leave the $100,000,000 sur, fc'' Ann Sold by Short A Haynes, Clov- - August 1.1th. There is always a largo and never wus in Brandenburg until Oc- plus where it belonged -- in tho pockets md Reard Heeler, tlanJinBUiirg. crowd at that famous pleasure resort, tober 1800. I never saw Mr. Skillman of tho men who earned it. Rut tho U in. A.TnrkH. ofClifton Mills, was and this will bo no exception to the rule, until I camo to Clifton Mills, 18 years publicans thwarted every such e mm r cmi ay last week looking out They never Bparo any it proinif i. rity incannx at Union ago. I do not know Mr. Rkillman's de!on for fienncry. Mr. Parks is a Star to entertain tho people. sign in trying to Manufacturo a war re- - meosui '.ll cliiekeilinan anii.wouM do woll The last big excursion of the season pcord for mo, unless it is to prove that ho cai will go out off "Tho Branch" from F6rds is a bettor Democrat than I am. I J J vllljo to Louisvlllo August Oth. The not think l takes war record 'to, iivAVTfc n iv 9 inwiJ iiu ir niv lit gooil thing anil buy it, Wo I rates art) verv low. nml tlu iumJn nlnmr I a good Democrat, if so n great in VcA-J- jciiht jloople tho Littlo Irlytho.Un persons who havo gnv lt. W A. Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST, tVrcy Carson was.at home for u few d.tjs last week. For bargains call on G. V. Jordan, tbu furniture, dealer. Charlie Hall, of Raskctt, was visiting relatives here last week. Foil Rknt. Furnished rooms apply to Mrs. 0. Sipple, Wall street. Solid oak. cano and plush high back dinning chairs only $7. Jordan. Miss Minnie Harris has accepted the position of cashier at S. L. Sulzers. Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntracger AlMi S till It FREl ' 0oe$ flu ! ' 'Wei sun! NEl V ; Physician Surgeon -- J. W. JARRETT, ' J. F. Lightfoot, Physician Julius Winter & eO!d Oor. Tlinl. nrn sn .Co., o, Reliable" Clothiers Third and Market, Louisville, Ky, Pierco-Dnrban- m ttatm y For We Doing 1 ., su CLI a, e, J'x-May- or one''"'tH,, .i - B. &t - S'lijyP ' SHOE! cJn three-fourt- s cast-boun- had-bee- t, two-thlr- New-Yor- k d two-thir- Cal-hoo- n, - J-- , . n, V ' Breckinridge Bank, B. FY Bl HARDI3 h -' st V SEE s iLUJlilHiLlsiLiflSB mLMBU DansfldHjBH 'K.sssflssisi v 1W" "' - Vce.5 i inrt fc .lttnt '4 ilniu &" .."A. ":BLn &&m .'