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Keep vmr name lUur the ,. -- IherftUnO vvujrnl thmymld tn ti bislm tiinttlntr! i: r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1892. MID-SUMME- VOL. XVII, ?- K THE LAST OF THE EXCURSION FROM FORDSYILLE TO LOUI SY SATURDAY, auoxjjst etix, R . . . There being no August Election this year, we' offer you in its place a day in Louisville, Saturday, August 6thr arriving at Louisville at 10 o'clock ij oVlock that night, at an extremely low rate. Come every body and. go with us on above named date, and see the opening of the Fall Trade in the and also the game of Base Ball played there that day. , See small bills for time of train and fare from your, station. . H"irv forir"rie. Tff11and tickets. PJ agent JUYJLJ.77 A all other information Ask your station w S. J Buy tickets before boarding the trail . a mLaj: w s LH- - gjjssaesmaEa The management of our business, we aim first .at the HIGHEST Farmers And Strikes. Some fanner in Hungary nro treated ton dose of what may bu expected from BEWLEYVILLE. SI inilw And second at the LOWEST We believe our in both of in-deav- 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 havo an abundant supply of the best quality of wheat and can .fill ORDERS promptly. Special attention given to XOHANGE Every day in the week. Respectfully, 1RVINGT0N MILLING COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KY, GREGORY & CO.. I" Headquarters for jReaper$ and Mower it Grain 3 Drills, fe&n , Fertilizer, Cement, Micb Plastar.'Salt. Lima, final Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, le & ' .' sPlow r Poplar Shingles Handle. Pine Flooring nl. kenton hand. Orders an--. mparJed by cash prompt. jy uueo. !T TAKE POISON C , i; C?iia)fle are a wild form of poison rgare yarned against their use. rper's Nelson County Whiskey Itndard, high grade Kentucky V whfch reaches me direct from K y, and whoee purity can eon. e nly. ;$tuMfni to those seeking at t for medicinal or aoefal um. J Koaooetfully. ' f;m.?opham, ., Jtz ,. ' .; .. lllg sales at tho Cask last week. the farmers sympathy with organizations 'Squire Martin held court in town of laborers. Near Debar a largo band of Satunlay. reapers struck as is a custom in harvest Col. Ed. "Bennett, of Summeiseat, is midst for higher wages. When their quite ill. demands were refused thoy seized tip on Quite a crowd of our people attendod what grain they supposed was their tho Garfl'-lpicnic Saturday. share of the crop. Not only this, but Mr. J. A. Cone, of Louisville, gave tho they grew riotous and threatened to burn the farmer's house and lay waste Cash Store n Mrs. A. Bennett is spending sovoral his fields. Tho soldiers were sent to protect the nmncitv. when the mm. dajs with her parents at Plains. mander wus killed by one of the strikers. ' Quito a number of our young pcoplo It took foity rounds to disperse tho mob. attended church at Quston Sunday. Farmers havo nothing to gain by givMessrs. B. Henderson and Jbo Bland ing encouragement directly or indirectly attended tho picnic at Mr. Chris ApheraftJias boon employed Garrett Saturday. to labor strikes and much to lose. In as preceptor of tho fall term of tho Mr.. Crawford, representing a Now school at this place. Mr. Ashcraft is a the first placo 'strikes generally lead to Albany drug houso, was in tho city last disorder and riot, and farmers can prosyoung man of BterJing ability, and unper only in times of peace. Besides tho wiek. usual adroitness, Ergo, your week adeMr. Allen Stith.'of Stith's Valley, pois- quate wishes liim unparallollod success. effort of labor leaders is to organize into one body all tho labor in factory, mine, ed through tho city en route from Hord- Miss Fannio Chi Ids takes quite n great; public and private works, and in tho inshurg. deal of interest in flowdrs, and all who Held. What chance will a farmer havo Mr. Geo. Drury says ho will tak'o his havo visited her garden this season deagainst tho demands of fawn labor sup- hat off to the roim who wears a Cleve- clare iTto bo more beautiful than ever ported by the combined unions in all land hat. before. It has not beem my privilege, departments of labor? They will simMiss Ellmi Huckeby, of Hardinslmrg, however, to make a tour in the rounds ply sap tho very life from his business is visiting lior Mrs. W. ofthnfc portion of onr community, hut and leave him the chaff and husks of tho J. Piggott. judging from her bouquets of late, I harvest to regale himself in tho season to- Louisville last would think her to he uxtremoly fond Mr. A. Bennett went of repentance and reflection. week to attend tho burial of his sister, of tho "Hare bell." Tho farmer is not considered and ho Mrs. "Wllfo Pennington. Mad dogs and hydrophob'a seem to J must not ho expected to lend s mpathy Mr. Kuttor, of tho Wellor, Woolfolk, "bo tho universal topic at prcscoit, but as to a movement, which means 'hostility to his interests. Any exactions enforced Payno Co., Louisville, called on tho yet only ono has been killed. J.Davis Asheraft "dono it up" for him ono morn- against capital will bo added to tho farm- Cush Store last week. Mr. Jack Drury after sover.ll days Eing last week on his father's farm, but er's bill when hu nuys an article and spent in our city, let Friday for Chicago not until after it had dono considerable pays freight on it. lamoge, not only from n point of finance Tho true sympathy to extent to labor- to resume his official dntiea. ers, and tho public gem rally, is low tarMr. and Mrs. Marshall Morris and Init tho nervous system of tho feminine iff, prevention of trusts, lombims and family, Louisville, uro spending tho sumsender is so thoroughly shocked, wo iear they will not soon recover; especial- monojiolica, Bound, flexible and abun- mer at Col. Ed. Bennett's. Uy the "milkmaid." dant curroi ey for business purposes, Mr. Arthur "Walker and Mr. Herbert economy in expenditures and low taxes, Cain attended an Mr. Geo. II. Anderson and wife, Mies entertainment at clean, hones government from magisA Fannio Childs, and Mr. II. L. Bell, of Thursday evening. terial district to the Pnsidcntial chair. Don't fail to call at tho Cash and get Onston; Miss Nellie Henderson, Mr. L. In order to havo these, thero should you ono of thoso handsome Cleveland K. Henderson, of Irvington ; Mifin Ncl-li- o bo no crct political organizations of Lewis, Miss Mattio Shaeklott, and hats beforo the stock is exhausted. cl sses for their own selfish ends. After Misses, Nunnully and Clayton, who Mr. Henry Shacklett, of Brandonburg; all tho strifo and turmoil Btirrcd up by Mr. T. W. Lyddan, of Webster; and labor organizations and partison dema- havo boon visiting tho Misses Cox left Prof. W. D. Ashcraft composed a .Jittlo gogues in tho past ten years it looks liko Monday for tlteir homes in Loulavillo. party who were entertained at dfjincr such a condition as wo picture could Mr. Hawkins, fLouiuville, will con- tho 17th by Mrs. Jcsso Ashcraft. To flay only follow tho millenium, but tho near- duct religious worship at tho M. E. that wo fared sumptuously, or was ener we come to it the butter, This fre- churck Saturday evening at 7 o'clock tertained in truo Kentucky hospitable quent call upon tho soldiers to put down. . in. style would bo useless, for as alios tees riots is not propitious of tho future of Tho many frionds and relatives in thi8 Mis. Ashcraft has scarcely parallel awl this ropublicIbiiiTit is a condition wh(jh county of Mrs. "Wilfc Pennington will nd superior. naturally follows organization foe selfish lofcjri with regjofef her death which Mr. Albert Hambrick, who is purposed whether it bo of labor or capiGLENDEANE. at lior Itoiiio in Louisville July liarty known in "Meado find so.fami- )' Brecken-Ital. Tho ballot box 1b the? place to settle wtilrw. nAlinltii. linn .Iiithh. !..... T" wuiiuvq imp uiwuja ui'tru quiiu a tho matter. I.et laws bo.madoto nre i John Deiiu is spending the sum- T iio young men of this" placo .will give iiuu man, and now in his declining ladies' yent trusts and combines, and thero will a graiHlpicpic at Jortlan'a Park, August years,, and siuco his citizenship has been LsnerSiu the lakes. bo less need for labor to" secretly organ5th. AJl'tho candidates will bo present. transferred to our community, ho seems Undo Jcbso Moorman is not expecieu ize. Farmers Home Journal. Como one, cbmo all and enjoy nn more 'gallant than formorly. Ho is es- to Hvo but afow days. 0 picnic. pecially fond of "young" ladies, and to Mrs. Mary HugW, of New Orleans, A pain in thosido or back and spots each of tho ones mentioned below, he visiting relatives hero. Asn general liniment .for sprains and has alloted a Bobriquct that ho approprion tho face indicate k'idnov and Hvor disMrs. Amanda Moorman and daughter, order, Mr. Geo. P. Eckcs, Lorontz, W. bruises or for ihouinatism, lame back, ates as an explanation of their disposi- Sarafi, orofisHlnj relatives. Va., says; "I had kldnoy troublo for deep seated or muscular pains, Cham- tion or typo as tlio jiamo may designate : Mrs. RoLrt Crlder is visiting her For Mies Lucy R, Young, sunshino; Miss over two years. Havo tried different berlain's Pain Balm is unrivaled. mother, Mrs John Moorman. Cora L. Ashcraft, precious jowol ; Miss kinds of kidney medicine, but got no re- saleby A. K. Fisher. Mr. Charlie Dean retamed from Har- Amelia A. Ashcraft, lady brd ; Miss Sal-H- o lief. I was not able to rido horseback, ! I.. II SANDY HILL. and scarcely able, to attend to my busiBaskott, morning star; Miss Vina uinsuurg oy mo way oi ucuiji" visiting her Miss Lutlo Moorman is Ba8kott, aurora; Miss Nolllo Henry, ness. I commenced usiug Lightning MIes Snlllo Harris, of Louisville, is n golden gem. These young lassies' ap- miclo, Dr, J. L. Moormtoi, of Adairville. Kidney and Liver Romody, and before I visitor at Mrs. Annie "WVIIorndon's. had used ono bottlo I began to improve. preciate this very much, indeed, and Mr. E. L. Robertson i on tho oxtcn- Miss Hottio Hondrielc loft horo Monthoy desire mo to say to Mr. II. that ho Bion contracting lor nnvuu-M.-- o I have takon four or five bottles and am day for a protracted stay In Hardin coun- is over a welcome visitor at any and all most cured." For salo by all dealers. week. v ty. of their homes. Miss Carrio Owen, who baa beon visit- Itev. E. JI, Maddox, of Owensboro, ing in Hordinsburg for tho past week, .Wide Awake. filled his regular appointment hero SatMr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, has returned homo. is n fitting instance of natural urday and Sunday. There Ind., Bays: "I tried Chamberlain's A protracted meeting will begin horo selection in the contributors ol aumWr Mrs. Coosic Current, of Utica, Ind., is Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy; the second Sunday in August, conducted talks in tho August Wido Awako. Annio spending tho summer withlicr daugh- for diarrhoea and severe cramps and by IWv. Rutledgo and Hibba. Sawyer Downs, ono of tho best practical pains in tho stomach and bowels with ter, Mrs. Stanley I). Uooms. ' Mr, C V, Robertson, who laj been botaniete, tells how to botanizo, Prof. Tho farmers that havo thrashed, their tho best results. In the, worst caeca I visiting his parents at tlds place, has re.Charles E. Fay of the peripatetic Appa never had to give more than tho third lacnatns tolls now. not to get loet in the wheat in this vicinity are perfectly ex- doso to effect a cure. In most cases ono turned to his oflico nt Owensboro. tho oxubcront yield. woods, Captain Julius A. Palmer, Jr., an ultant over Misses Edna Robortaon and Sallio doee will do. Besides ita other good acknowledged nautical authority, tells Pof. William" J). Aslicraft and sister qualities it is pleasant to take." 25 and Moorman are visiting friends and relathe, dlffereaee between starboard and Miss Amelia, visited Union Star last 60 cent bottles for saloljy A. R. Fishor. tives at Deanfleld and Oweiuslioro. port, Willie Boyd Allen, the veteran week, tho gHeets of Mrs. D. S. Itichard-son- . Mr. W. 0. Moorman, our dashing mercamper, telle how in make a fire, and It is a fixed and Imuiutablo law that chant, will leave in a few days to visit Clmrles M. Skinner, a veritable "globe; Mr. J. X. Henry and daughter, Miss to have good, sound health ono must prospective relatives in Shetbyyillc. trotter," jails how to take a walking Nellie Gilraere, hare returned homo have pure, rich and abundant blood. eiunieu ir, ii. u. itouennon nae j tour. Not one of time brief papers but from a' visit ol several days in Eastern Thero is no Hbrter nor Borer route than from the extension of the Oweneboro Is full of veal auggeeUve and praclioa Kentucky. by a course oiDe Witt's SarsapHrUla. and Falls ofiKougU.Il, R., wid complet dvtoe. For HayBee, Cloverporf, and ed wt pavuienuf ol an iu rijuii oi wnye, .As we ha do oArreepondeuce regu- Sold liy-iKAla .1 D.1 il.Mlf m m muuay iwwtaiaod. , larly (font tUt ?1K, I euppoeej ny qne uetiru..i -- i imruiurtuurK. and ooMuubtiOB yg atmee JK . WQll-Jtnorgrand-daughter, le of ub who desire to send Items nra privi- liged so to do. Mr. II. W. Horndon, tho commission merchant, of Louisville, is rusticating at "Oak Hall," and the homo of his boyhood this week. ' Mrs. J. A. Witt, of ILnrdinsburg, accompanied by her littlo dadghtcr Allen, havo returned homo, after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs. Henry Ashcraft. Our vicinity was visited last week "by n porcino purchaser, paying from 5 to 64 cents. Have learned that ho only acquired very few ; however,"thoy art adequate, and infinite) and some will bo put on the fall market. i A Eoad Exhibit at The World's Fair. Negotiations are pending between the World's Fair management and Col. Albert A. Pope, of Mass., for the establishThis is a ment of a Boad Department. grand movement and tho eye of tho Nation will doubtless, soon bo centered on a venture, where opportunities will be presented by the World's Columbian Exposition of teaching millions of visitors what good roads are, and how to make and maintain them. A comprehensive display of how to make good roods witli implements and n free distribution of suitable literature, explaining both tho approved systems used in Europo and this country, would advance the inoveniomVa hundred years; and such an exhibit nt the World's Ex position would bo ono of tho most powerful factors to bringiabout National and State Legislation for tho construction and maintenance of good roads. Tho poor farmer will remain poor without n change in the Hoad System, which is bad. Tho City depends upon him for support, ho may own land, on which to raiso an abundance, yet, it is scarcely human to kill himself and Btock for the transportation of produce over bad roads. Jf there is vain complaint, discouragement follows. Thousands of such people deprived of finance and the advantages of school, church and social pleasures for tho want of good roads. move to the City, and thero find it much harder to mako a living, tho usual result being an incrcaso to tho record of poverty and crime. On the othor hand these people may havo been suited to the requirements of tilling the soil. Farmers need encouragement, the Nation should justly accord to this part of their constituency availablo advantage. Tile American people will not refuse instruction on tho subject of making roads. Col. Pope's movement is a broad one and will no doubt, meet with tho approval of every energetic man in tho United States. It will not only aid tho farmer'in road making, but in enterprise and civilization, at the same time teach tho metropolitan how to construct beautiful Parka and Boulevards for the enjoyment of tho voter and tax payer. Such an exhibit in connection with thu .World's Fair, would attract tho practical man as eing a valuable feature in tho si hool of public Instruction. Alice Hawthorne Mm Id. m S el --I m 5 COME CT7Wn m VS Six-ff- liaraiare, ffi 23 r$i -- ; J T -- Dear clothing M nor a Tin U (lit.. w tr4d arO, HOW ITBjjM I ORDER TO HH j v ij. -- ! I 1 S BIO. I I g I ft We are now in our $ new builuing and g nave the completest 51 jj line in the country. I nouse, I which Tg - K LEvrsCa t. HARRY GUErfF.'rt: "Ife? J'ilSr osi SHr M - V ' 1 j 1 i j" - A jl B B " Tl W I I ' i .i9fi Hi HfflHlKflLSa09$ 3BHHHll -- 401Mfe":aiia I y 1 ' FouNjiHnriHH !inuictuHHBS3E9HBn9H Caho Keep Steam 3 $i 1 3i S MiHHHHBBl inHH9BBBHBBBHHHH ' i! I . M .(-- & , im aHHBBiHHHl jflHHHHHHHB 1 ,prices J. C. nOURNE, u!nHHHH HjlBHBHH rv .. . rgq Fk m m en ItJ W vl -- , BOUENErf ft S f; k Commissioilalan CATTL, . l... . i . A OLOVERPORT, KY. HOGBv , BOURBON STOCK S - ci J3 mmi ; SU t - .iiiiihiiii p' YADS. a PiaO etoa ulr. c byi jiV LnL iJiHtaAHHl H i '. H 9ki ftfrv rar OF THE ULmSTJUCf. Lan for tlio DomocraU cbooso eorao ono of ako tlio race for Com- Irnoy. frv5 HARD1NS8URQ DEPARTMENT. Li H. ih V' MISSNAJEEBIB ATTA A k W. TIME TABLE. 001KO WKST. Pmenger Dally rr. HrJiniburglJ:41 p.m. OOIKO SYRIAN 73 Mb'unics Ehls fall. JteurNball KTjplo am Kco tho' oso. to fn Lcara- - had a ft but Vhat vcan- rtnoi Pom J to a"J hnvo Pmoc,mt3 (Id IVlabar Tho Primary Paiienger Oatlj arr. UarJInibqrg. 7t0 .m Iho 27th day of Aug- Harry Monroe, Glcndcane, was In htlon bf my friends, I lako tho raco for tlio town Sunday. lis office. Iking con- Morris Eskridge returned from Louis-vill- o tho office, I feel Monday. 10 duties. Miss Ncllio Cox is visiting friends in tlincl n district Grayson county. but sho has Buy all of your family groceries from lea from other Hardin & Brown. iped to elect Mr. Felix Monroe, Glcndcane, was in llaynes, of biped to elect tho city last Saturday. an, and Mr. Don't forget tho big excursion to Attorney in Louisville next Saturday. 1 has had tho Now is tho time to buy a cheap suit of Sho has also clothes at Beard A Bceler's. li's Attorney in Prof. B. P. Shacklctt returned from llaycraft. So all Meade county Monday. liiridgo has holped Sco our now caps Cleveland urrr"isPJior couiuich. nun and Harrison, hats and Beelcr. Beard & two can- iTjtowh Mrs. Burl Beard returned homo from for Commonwealth's Attorney, kiibmit as a matter of simple justice a visit to Owensboro last Saturday. of tho honors should not be uis- Picnics will bo all tho go from now Ll, and a&ndidato from the county until after tho election in November. keiiriugo hasn't boiiio claims in A dealer in musical goods and parts District? for musical instruments. T. 0. Lewis. pectfully, V. G. Bamiacie. Miss Flora Smith returned last week from a visit to friends near Webster. ilT THEVSAY 'llepairs promptly and strictly first T. C. Lewis. lBiimmoe, of HardinsbuiVi class. D., of tho Nkws, is n The grandest picnic of tho season will ttfhn Commonwealth's Attorm y. bo given near West View, August 20th. kc8 ho will get there. Mr. Itobert Smith of this place is now lindcalcr. running a blacksmith shop nt Irvington. Clint Ford's troupe was here last week ilAnnAOKof Drcckcnridec and gave two exhibitions at tho City asifetfounceinin the Nkws hall. tti t rtotilt, in t ttw Pmiiii. Miss Lizzio Board has returned from a weaWiWAttornoy, is a successful young visit to her friends near Guston, Meade iswyvi; hi la wuu kiiwu mow exceuen-speaker.- !' county. lie .enters tho raco with a very It is reported hero that Hon. John G. strong following behind him in Brecken-rldgoan- d durMeado. Tho next Common- Carlisle will speak hero somo time ing September. wealth J Attorney for this district has The Ilardinsburg Mechanics band will r. Bahbago to beat. Ellzabethtown furnish music for the picnic at West View August 20th. Now is the titno to uso hog cholcrn In soother column will be found the medicine, before your hogs get sick. nnnouw.ceracnt of V. G. Ilabbage, of rtotc$rjdjo county, for the office of Beard & Beeler. Any and all kinds of goods generally 'Cjnupniwealth'a Attorney, subject to IheS'prJrnary election of August 27th. carried by a first class retail joweler, call Mr.ylfebago is a well qualified lawyer and sec T. C. Lewis. ami hs been practicing nt Ilardinsburg Don't Forget the moonlight part of the BiBco Jl882. Ho has served as big picnic at West View August 20, and under Jtnk'O Mnlionth supper on tho grounds. g two wrms, is a Democrat and Mrs. Dr. Kincheloo and little daughroprcsonta tho claims of Ureckonridge ters, Nannie nnd Delia, spent a few days oijrfor, recognition by tho district. in tho country last week. years, though that Mrs. Amanda Smith and daughter, lied to tho support of the Miss Adel, aro visiting Mrs. Jiolnnd handsomo major' ty, sho Smith at Stcphensport this week. . given a district office nnd Agent for tho Rudolph Wuslitzer & tho support of tho coun- Co's., celebrated pianos and organs. they have stood, in the T. C. Lowis. Best, cheapest Ac. Ir. llabhago for Common- A beautiful lino of increased stock of noy; Mr. Iiabbago has cted with tho BnncKEN- - latest designs of ladies and gents jewelT. C. Lewis. iving charge of tho Har- - ry. Wo wish to reduco our stock of goods nent, and is very popu- mo county. Grayson before fall and aro offering straight bargains, give us a call. Beard & Becler. V. G. Babbago spoko to fully five hundred Democrats at a picnic at Short Jeafness Can't be Cured local applications, ns thev cannot Creek, Grayson county, last Saturday. On account of .sickness, tho Bcv. K. each tho disensedSportlon of tho car. There is only one wnJK'to euro deafness, W. Browdor was not present nt tho and tiat is by con Jututional remedies. Quarterly meeting last Sunday at Mt. Zion. Deafness is caused an inflamed condition of tho mucoid lining of tho n Marshal Beard threatens to have somo this tube gets in- - young men arrested and fined for fast "iwru )m nnvtrR'Cumuung sound or driving on tho streets, if it is not stopped imperfect hearing, nnd when it is entire- at once. ly closed, Deafuess is tho result, and Just think of it A fino crayon pictho inflammation can bo taken out ture, worth $10, given away with every and this tube restored to its normal con- $10's worth of goods at Mrs. S. A. Haffey dition, 'hearing will bo destroyed for- A Co's. ever: niuo cases out of ten are caused Bov. Jno. D. Cart camo over from by catarrh, which is nothing but an inUnion Star lost Friday aud went out to flamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Mt. Zion to assist Itov. Campbell in his Wo will give Ono Hnudred Dollars for meeting. auycaso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Drop in nt Mrs. S. A. Haflby & Co's that wo" cannot euro by taking Hall's and seo thoso splendid crayon pictures CatnrWjuro. Send for circulars, frco. .CIIENEYA CO., Toledo, 0. given nway with every 10'a worth of goods. Sold, by all 'Druggists 75c. : s Take your photo to Sirs. S. A. Ilafrby HAWESVILLE. nnd have n lino crayon made. Buy $10 worth of goods nnd thi "ill give you the ?v ., ft. wroc and J. G. Taylor, candi' picture frco. dswe for Comnnwoalth,T) Attorney, Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary SoJ '.here .Monday. . ciety of tho M. E. Church South meets in, ajkioinineut younc man at Mrs. J. A. Witt's Friday evening nt a few days two and n half o'clock. Tho managers of tho picnic to bo given ?snnelton nt West Viow, August 20th, proposo to i ono of wnke it the grandest nffalr of tho season. Efndiana A very largo crowd is anticipated. cotton Mrs. Martin, McGary, while driving in from tho country last Sunday evening iu election her buggy, met with quito n serious acciis nom- dent. Tho horso becamo frightened clerk somo whom near town and Mrs. McGary tht be- was thrown from tho buggy nnd had her Jhatn- hip bono fractured. Tho accidont was latter. very painful and Mrs. McGnrysuirercd ion hero considerably from it. ittond tho Henderson During tho epidemic of flux in this instructed county, in 1888, 1 had hard work to keep Pom other a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholewalk over. ra and Diarrluoa ltcmcdy on hand. Tlltnan John Pooplo often enmo ton or twelve miles fercame and ravished in tho night to get a'bottio of tho remeTiler whilo returning from dy. I hnvo been selling patent medithe parties wcro of no kin. cines for tho past ton years and find that wero sworn out for tho arrest it has given bettor satisfaction in cases tr and Sheriff Baker was closo on of diarrhoea and flux thnn any othor ; when ho escaped to Indiana. modlcino I hnvo over handled. J. II. Bkxkam, Druggist, Golconda, Popo Co., Iwtlo complaints as heartburn. 111. Over fivo hundred bottles of this MacWVitootache, sour stomach, etc., Rc'mcdy wero sold in that county during o not oKwi.fotal, hut very annoying. tho epidemic referred to. It was a perIll nob troubles are quickly cured by fect success and was tho only remedy Jttjfirig Hot Drops. Mr. A. Q. Kaynor DSzons thnt did euro tho worst cases. of persons thero will certify that it saved flh&k wH1 hrtburn and pour stomach , r l . ill T their lives. In four other epidemics of rT7 rcnei uiuii x bowel complaint this romody has boon pd UWtwK "otDrojis. l r can hon- - equally successful. 25 and 50 cent botgay vniu 'biuoing not urum uas tles for salo by A. It. Fisher. UM) nrgiy. ..aii dealers sen u. 5O0. Jwrttlcfc Mrs. Mary Brown nnd Mrs. Kichard has ateurioiity t SVelr of Qwensborp, wcro the gueetaof Of 'UlFM WM Squire Keith and family over Sunday, aganv-prescnts k master-(Omirtjssion- cr life-lon- KBT. STUDENT AND VISITS CL0VERP0RT LECTURES. SEE EXPLAINS VEST'S FOJR School Shoes; SOLE MISSIONARY WORK IN FOREIGN LANDS AND TALKS INTEREST- Pure Groceries " 7" Leather Counters. M-- INGLY ABOUT HER NATIVE COUNTRY. Is Interviewed By The News. Miss Nnjccbio Attn, of Zahleh. Mount Lebanon, Syria, was tho guest, from Thursday last until yesterday, of Mrs. Salllo Miller. Miss Attn is a native Syrian, nnd. is nn tfl i -- -g f HENDERSON'S Jy Eustac-lApf'hc- tin-lq- 1 i. i 4 tWTt1''""0 . 1 ' , 1 , f eturnlnglomojltm.juiy. "w- B intelligent, brunette, aged about 20 years. Sho is traveling in tho Interest of foreign missionary work and Is under the auspices of tho Presbyterian Missionary Board. Sho lectured in tho Ehn-strcMethodist church Sunday night to a largo and interested audience. Her lecture was replpto with eloquence, touching appeals, and Information of which the avcrago American citizen is in profound ignorance, intelligent and enlightened though wo profess to be, nnd every individual who sat within the sound of her attractive voico nnd listened to the appeals of her simple, chlld-lik- o cloquenco retired to his home with a fnr better opinion of foreign missions than ho had ever entertained before. A representative of tho Nkws called on Miss Atta at the residenco of Mrs. Miller Monday afternoon and was received with a pleasant smilo nnd gcntlo grasp of n pretty Httlo brown hand. In answer to tho question as to how long she had been in this country, Miss Atta, In her charming broken English, said: ''I have been in your beautiful country two years. I have been taking private medical lessons in New York City, as well as perfecting my English education." How long will you yet remain In this country 7 "It will take mo two years yet to acquire the education and knowledgo that I desire before I nturn to my nativo country." What Is the object of your future life, and why nre you so desirous of obtaining this English and American knowledgo? "It is my desire to become n doctor so that I may administer to tho bodily of my sisters in my nativo land. Wo hnvo nothing but malo physicians In Syria nnd men only are doctored. A woman Is not considered to have a soul, and when they get sick they nro permitted to suffer upon tho bed of affliction and die without medical attention. I wish to bo nblo to administer to them modicinal'y, and w ho.i tin y hnvo become rcliovod or cured through my agency they will probably havo such an attachment nnd lovo for me that I may bo enabled to instill into their minds tho spirit nnd faith of tho Christian religion." Yours is a Mohammedan country? "Yes, the national religion is that of Mohammed." Havo you religious liberty there as wo havo hero ? "Sinco tho invasion by Napoleon, Christians havo not been oxecuted for opinion's sake, but it is n disgraco to bo a Christian. You are isolated nnd apart from your former associations tho moment you profess Christianity. Fathers and husbands nro forsaken by their families, mothers must leavo husbands and little ones, nnd children nro driven from tho parental roof nnd tho enro nnd protection of father and mother." Aro the members of your family all Christians? "I hnvo an uncle who Is a Catholic Bishop and three more uncles who aro priests. My father died a martyr ho was stoned to death for tho sako of Christianity." ' Hero tho expression of the ladychanged from smiles nnd pleasantry to that of distress and sadness and tho reporter hastened to chnngo tho conversation. What kind of nn impression has this country mndo upon you Miss Attn? With n pleased expression that evinced thnt her words camo from tho heart, Miss Atta replied : "Oh, I think it is so grand I I Just think of tho largo cities, the great buildings, tho broad and beautiful streets, tho railways, tho boats, and Inst, but not least, tho liberties, tho happiness, and tho education nnd advancement of tho American people l How docs it compare with your country ? "Our houses are low, yours aro up into tho sky; our streets nro narrow alloy, ways, yours aro broad thoroughfares j wo havo no railroads or steamboats', you uso electric lights, wo uso oil lamps; and our country is so oppressed that thero is no chanco or oncouragoment for tho pcoplo to mako any advancement if n man should mako au important discovery or consummnto somo vnlunblo invention, ho might spend say as much as $25,000 in perfecting it, and then ho would havo to present it tc tho Sultan. The Sultan would accept it and generously mako the Inventor n present of say $5,000, bo tho inventor would bo out his fortuno and his invention besides. Would you not rather mako this country your future homo than to return to your nativo land? "Wore it not for my work Iwould, but It seems to bo mv duty to do something for tho benefit of my benighted people." Would it not bo possiblo for somo gallant young American to porsuado you to remain in this country? A blush diffused tho face of tho pretty brunctto as sho laughingly replied: "Wero such n thing going to liappon, it seems that I hnvo boon hero long enough to havo already boon persuaded." Sho meant that as yet there hod been no attempts at persuasion made. Miss Atta loft yesterday for Owensboro where sho will lecture Sunday night. She also has appointments In Henderson, Evansvillo and Paducah and Iftishvillo and Knoxvillo in Tonnesseo, wiiicn.8110 win muKu uuring mis vacation. good-lookin- g good-lookin- E S.T 3 FOR'; ;f Mid-Summ- er Of all kinds wanted at pie Bed School House Shoes . FOR BOYS AND GIRLS - u Are Known Everywhere J i " When onco you try you'll hi ways buy ' MULLS, LAWNS, GINGHAMS, .. "WHT fit Wo always havo .. nt. Because and all better and wcaivlong- .1 U1 than any shoe in America. them on hand. 4 ' SMART & CO., DRESS CLOVEKPORT, KY. ,VWAAAAA, 7i FABRICS, "We are in it." VEST CLOVERPORT, KY. Oprni NEW AND FRESH r hi HOT WEATHER FOUNDED BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE Kltgut tint mondir in Sept. .Stroag Ucultr, MOTTOl 185. GOODS SMBMBBaMHMaBBMIgnHHBMBkl 4 - is" THOROUBHNESS. Itev. T. SlMl'SON MeUAI.1 buUitlnf. lUflnM ChrUtUn Home. HpltudM M. A., President, UOl'KINSVII-I.K- . KY MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Regular and Reliable JUST RECEIVED AT FURNITURE DEALER MACHINES, Gaskets, ETC, Bowmer & Hambletoifs ALL KINDS AT Is always, on hand with a ull stock, including i rafgmHjitegi mmT.Jm r-- SEWING , 0fflnJ Burial PANIC PRICES. -- mm mm' bo TRIMMIKGS, Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. frvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvv Always call on him and ascertain prices before purchasing elsowhore. Ho means just what ho Bays. He cannot undersold. M. HAMMAN, CLOVEUPORT, KY CALL AND SEE OUR fesi 3 - :rf " val-uo- .' " A Sail in Silverware. Many periom nro qutto at ten ao fnr na a In allverwnro are conccrnel. If you bought allverirare every day, you would know about iU worth, but auch purcbaioa 'aro not an every day experience. Once in a while, and probably once In a very great while, of that kind are made and the re ault U that the judgement and good faith of tbo dealor must be your principal reliance. To a certain degree, the lame may be aaid of everything that cornea Into and goea out of the handa of a We are giving you the boneQt of our boat judgement when wo aay that you are making no mlatake In buying our Silverware, Jewelry, Watehea and Clocka. Do you want to make mony ? Money D. H. BALDWIN & CO., Baved is money made. You can save money by dealing with us. We have succeeded SELL MOnE . Pianos and Organs Moorman & Beeler in business at Glen-deanselling goods cheaper than ever beThan all other dealers of tho city combined. fore. Thanking you for past favors and solici-in- g THE IS a continuance of same. We remain . I j) Instruments aro bolter, prices lowMost Respectfully, e, WHY NEW STOCK V er, best solcction. Call and got our P. N. D'HTTY, Jeweler, 0L0VEKP0UT, KY. PEE You will find, they W. C. MOORMAN, GLENDEANE, KY j i j . Change of Date. Tho date of tho special excursion to Old Point Comfort nnd return via L., St. L. &. T. and O. & O. railroads has been changed lrom August 11th to August 10th. Capital, JfyCf 0,000. Tie Tradesmens National OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Organised aa a Stats E, Cranniso, iBank Are lower 291 BROADWAY. Bsk 1823 Under National C. Act 1885, Olirer F, ', UNIVERSITY CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Kent scatlon brglns ijth Sept. Course In Art, Deckor. Krifjlnccrlnp, Law, Medicine. Kor announce-men- t Than others can offer. Select from Bro., Haines Bros., J. & O. Fischor, Schubort, Baldwin and apply to W. M. Thornton, LL. P., Chairman. othor Pianos. Estoy, Hamilton OF VIRGINIA Prcs't. Logan Hurny, Vice-Pres- 't, Caihiir -- v CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ACCOUNTS INVITED, Shop.-- l'or Sale Younp bulls ready and Story & Clark. Organs. SOLSTKINS of Nctherland aim Aggie a few heifcrt nf Hnyal bleed in ir, All reclitcred or entitled to register. B. M. & B. II. OOI.KSnV. Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Irvington Blaoksmith WANTED. D,H.Baltein&Co. , jAflra&KiiKjwgp (JBgj?g!vBKicgff A practical, homtlike. Military setoalttWi mHh late course. Number limited rooms full last year. Apply early. Major C. W, FOWLER, StieerlnUftfeAt' 100,00, Foot Hickory Logs'nnd 236 Fourth Avenue, Lumber. 600,000 Hickory Spokes. 100,000 Feet of Elm Poldg. for S?? LOUISVILLE, KY. Aodrkss P. Q, BRYANT, Agt. atTboye, Brats land, To tho farmem and otlier persona llv ing in tho vicinity of Irvington,-- , who nmy wish any thing done in the blacks smithing line, I wkli to my tlist iyn bought tho shop at tiiis plftee and am now prepared to do fill kinds of work, at very r?wonahlo flgurea. Pet Vm fc my workman. Give mo a call. T. J, Adkwou. pcrtoita wantlne Mill II Mad bina i( pUttw call on me, aa myabi v j. imii pnud u .,....., I' aaod- la .- -. Hubs. . OWENSBORO WHEEL C OWENSIJOKO.ltV'. k Tha llarjlnbur(fi Mechanics Bund U now" ready 10 rcvive aootracU to play for County PafcrjC Hciiioa and oikax aiAHMmenU. l''er tcrmt " 4c, 4df jORII.Cpx.MS, Kyi , jUrJInaburg, , " ? a ' - vrQTICK,-A- IV 'If ,'TT' INCORPORATION Sarah al wl Wftfi rMd bta iSSSSB sd I ! f&tb2 aft OctolMr h . ' wfeJS at a , NOTICE. $ (Hnd Attoual ExcUrail TO 21 It to Be ObMrvttf ... OftMra Unlitt.w n - ji.j"wy. ' irli.; i i. tv strnM,?' A it i mi tt nd bamnt Mn thehAd mm from the Boa SMm TO TIY TOi.KATIOlfAL FLAo 1 fNfrt 1 wheo I'm let aluoellO.latn a tomta: tuW uul lt l ami .in.fill a f Mlrfcmly1Hti borrow my tfUHBor take off umuiuiii iu iiio xiutllft- , my bMtw, out wwn I'm nmi-o- tii Kre mation urgesthe Importance ofj Musi wlm I'm riled tbnr'sno morehoMIn betak tlwn try In to akHSJug me jfuoiio doooou i lOjUerai'WItoopI stop a Btnmpede of WhiikIiI" the Center of the Festivi there going to be n fuss lurof" I ties of the Day Amcr-- " f.tho manual, ol Just go right on with your bit broad Opening riz - Cfkp;tgi;s m rx i m X iinmsui irpiece of Fiction, . I.-- , ' I - . ' . M , 1 lVl and Uh a , .1 walked asm was rol- , U, among tho VI?! .wenty minutes to got afloat r r of "conquering heroes," d men stood by their respective -- irs m vfc.t i.im p k erf" and da J 1110. fair ktlemon nover fto Joan, aro danco iory, you and then. kknotv I Again bo .today. 'tho til lior od ferroi'n had tho an-lo lobster. morally certain," JUl' things jin the loud, tho trees lots: but, fa tall fellow, luht on the ihooso your boats, young ladicsl" Indignant chorus under tho trees: "To say men don't tnko advantage Oh, this is too much! To inako us cIioqsoI How meanl" A whispered colloquy: "Boss, you chooso first.'' "Oh, nol Jean, you chooso." Tho young men stood regarding them with owlish gravity. "Von will catch cold if you do not hasten," from tho boats. "They might Bavo our prido. I'm aw- fully chilly, Bess." (Snoczo.) "So am I, oh!" (Two threo snoozes.) Then Mr. Hunt Ashly, with horribjo visions of cold and catarrh, walked up to Miss Jean Inslow and prisoning tha two ittfo hands in onoof his, and on circling tho drenched, trembling little figure, kissed her flower face oilamo. "Now will yon como?" "Yes, Hunt." And Meekness walked obediently to her cocklo shell namesake. "I wouldn't havo dono it, Boss,,"mur' mured,Phil, after ho had perforated the samo operation, "if you had como your self." Miss Meekness Numlror Two followed lio lead of Meekness Number Ono, but "gavo ono last feminine claw. And tomorrow was come, and Bess gripped over to seo Jean. Marvelous, what frionds theso two hod bocomol Thero yrtxs nover such a thing in tho world as a cold noverl "Herat havo you soon any body today?" "No. Havo you scon somo one?" "No." (Intelligiblovory.) "Oh.thcro'a youra at tho gotol" "Oh, and yours up tho road." 6 "Phil and I havo concluded on a We've doublo wedding tomorrow. waited as long as wo intend to wait, and I'vo bespoken tho parson for 12 tomorrow; so, Jean, put your hands in me. mino you don't hato mo now, do you? corn m foil mo my wife will raako my tea ier as he nnd ling trees, tomorrow evening." And pretty, coquettish Joan said !m glad "Yes." Coquettes mako tho most submissive Nobody wives, they say, and, moreover, sho said a great many other foolish things to lUn, that big, onrnpturod follow, who foil that down, Ugurativoly speaking, and kissed tho prints of her tiny boots. And Phil and Bess under tho amber Hppo4 jasininp bowor had their own little explanations. "You,snldeyon would nover ask me again, Phil. You sworo it" "And did I, sweetheart?" "Np-o- ; but somehow" "But somehow I did, didn't I? Bless thjso deathly old snags" a ocand which ge'norally follow tho meoting of four ps "Di ypu Know mat tinnt ana r i J2Ce --e&n nro.going to bo married tomorrow?" r"4 not ,l fftrnvmsttiln!" "But thoy re, for I heard thorn ask tho parson; and, Bess, 1 asked tho par-so- n too, and tho parson's wifo heard us, Th fact is, RndSsho's tho voriest old gossip, you fH, andnd I'd anditVnll ovor tho vlllago by 90t inuM mejjpi ncroa tno ring, ana i to two pnttttest moro delays." ju. w iWQt fitted so nlcoly, and was iiiHt; vighi 8ammin g to tho llttlo brown hand Kuea said well, if Jean did, sho i TVUU1U.1 And Jean did, and so Bess did. -I in Now York News. isl. MHea tH In New Orlonne. There seems to bo something pretty itMle Mortality eeriousitho matter with tho men of New Aimuaus, jLiiuiu niv i,vvu muru vuiuu than mpn there; novortholcwi live men :om every xour women, 'inoironuio mes between tno ages pi twenty-on- o mty. ueiween. me ages oi imriy fiftv-th- e ratio of mortality is nearly men, to ono' woman. Among whites d blaoks tho same curiodr state of incs prevails. Tho doctorr cannot ox- ain whyjt happens so, but it is evi- at that there ia going'to bo 'a corner mj)lds Orlofts 'unless somo 6 finds out. The oxcess of women be an aftqf tho war,ndhas boen inereas- sinco, aim eepeciuny uuruit; hid vftyears. Atlantn Constitution. in-New Koche' Fmiioui "Ilrcak." Roche made his , Boyle i "I sfiioll a rat; I see him kr: lmt mark mo. sir. I lie bud," his ideas were ho lost sight of rats, thought that was In Companion. jtrgarton UpUode. irtcnla blessed with fcvery original youth is a very honest ly respected by his er afternoon when. kiowledged .frankly 'a punishment bad1him at tho kinderdone?" m answered, "John- being good, and we hat we would just Ether and .holler put, est word we could i together,- "lother waa inexpressibly shocked. y waa another very nice and well boy,. But she,tnanaged to ask: o so yoi , "Wa JusVflcreftmed put 'Bedbur,aa a.iwe'couldl" . t rroijaw inia iragtq,pn4euuij naaimtywi nna u uuancaie in me nisiory oi lud Tranwript i t Kp gMHRor tHumph in mwllciive "or mti nn n i:iruiptiy nan iwcii Bunowor to .revivify and nwtortt liir yhltttotjMi.colojoryoimi, him about a cyclone in and as I continued tho story or to tho man puclcd off hit coat and ,mhI on It and yelled; Prinldent Harrison, complying with '"The Ban Saba Is full of alligators and tho Act of Congress of Jiino 20th, lias lizards, but I swim In It every morning! his proclamation making Friday, Tho water Is plrcn fur wolves and pmitlicre, .issued but I drink it by tho gallon! My father October 21, a gonrral holiday. This is tho recognition of tho movement to put "" tho colebration of tho 400th anniversary of tlio discovery of America Jnto tho hands of nil tho people by giving it to tho institution closest to tho pooplo and most characteristic of tho people thn public pchool. Tho movement undertaken by tho National Educational Association, throiiKh an executive committee, which has m presented it as to gain tho endorsement of tho press anil general popular oceppt-anc- o in advanco of this proclamation. ThfPprodamation is as follows: Whereas, by a joint resolution approved Juno 20, 1892, it wan resolved by the Scnato and House of IlcprcHcntatlveH of tho United States of America in Congress assembled, "That tho President of tho United States bo authorized and directed to issuo a proclamation recom"DUT,WHEN I'M niLED." mending the pcoplo tho observanco in was a poor rimn; but ho left me this ycre nil tHpir localities of tho MOth annlver-saryo- f a dozen duff era. My knife which tho discoery of America, on Ocmother couldd'.f read or write, but she brum? me up to'fcar nuthin on the face of tober 21, 1802, by public demonstration the ourth. Whoopl Whar's tho critter--th- e and by suitable cxcrclsca in their schools cowardly, thlevln, lyln Rarpcnt who nnd other places of assembly" ; put tar on m&feft ear while I slept?" Now therefore, I, Benjamin Harrison, "That mnn'a'dangerousi" I said to the officer as I looked around for a plnco of President of tho United States of Amershelter. ica, in pursuance, of tho aforesaid joint "I hurdf think so," ho replied, as ho resolution, do hereby appoint Friday, glanced iit him. "What did tho cyclono October 21, 1892, tho four hundreth ando next?"" u I hud been speaking about fifteen niversary of tho discovery of America by when the bad man nulled off his for tho vest and tno imndkcnliicl around his neck Columbus, as.a gonoral holiday pcoplo of tho United States. On that flung them on tho ptlo and shouted: and "Waughl Whoopl They put rattle-tnnk- day lot tho people so far as possible, In my bed, but I slept on lfko a cease from tolj nnd dovoto thimselves baby I They put centineds In my hat, but the critters daan't bite! Tho lightning to such exorcises as may best express tore up the earth all around me, but I honor to tho discoverer nnd their apprewasn't hit! I cum down tho left bank of ciation of tho great achievements of tho the San Saba on a thunderbolt, but I was four completed centuries of American fcelin uood nut u red and wouldn't her hurt ' l a fly, A nIu'Ker boy could her led ma by life. the nose till I found this tar on my ear. Columbus stood in his ago as tho pioWhodunit? Ict the critter stand forth neer of progress and cnlightiii'nt, The and meet his doom!" "IIo's certainly getting ready to shoot!" system of universal education m in our I said to the marshal, "and we'll be his age tho most prqminunt nnd Military first targetn." feature of tlie Bpirit of t nlighhncnt, and "Oh, I Teckon not!" he calmly replied. it Is peculiarly hjmrppriate. tljat tho "Were the folks killed When tho house schools.bo miulo byjjfo ieoplo tho cenwent over?" Before I could answer him the bad man ter of the day's deinonstrntjon. Lot tho drew two gnus, jumped up and down and national flag float over every school-hous- e yelled 'IWuugh!" and then added: in tho country and the pxcrciscs "IIpv I cot to kill and bury this hull town to find tho critter who tarred my ear? bo such as shall impress upon our youth Won't Jie step forth? Won't ho bo so kind tho patriotic duties of American citizen-snip.- 4 and condescend!:! nnd everlastingly good as to facitfcnc fur tho millionth part of a In tho churches and In the other second? Im sulTerln? I'm In pain. If I can't find the human hyena who reached places of assembly of tho peoplo let thero under, the waRon with tar on a stkkl" bo expressions of gratitudo to Divine Tho, marshal got up and walked over to for tho devout faith of tho him. He took the gun out of his right Providence hand and flung It down, and he took tho discoverer and for tho Divino care and gun out of his left hand nnd tossed it after guldanco which has directed our history the other. Then ho grabbed the bad man and so nbund.mtly blessed onr people. by tho shoulder, wheeled him around, In testimony whereof I havo hereunto gave him a "lift" with his knee and said: "Now yo go off and sleep some sense set my1 hand nnd caused tho seal of tho into yp' head or I'll use yo' for a club' to United States to be affixed. hit hoRS." Dono at the city of Washington this Tho bad man went He didn't even look 21st day of July, in tho year of our Lord back. The marshal picked up tho pieces of clothing and the guns, tucked them one thousand eight hundred and ninety-twunder s arm nnd camo over to mo, and and of thn Independence: t of thp as he sat down he said: United States tho ono hunjlred nnd "Wcdl, yo'd got along to whero tho ' Bk.vj. IlAnijiso.v. ijlt a kchool house. How many did seventeenth, By tho President : it kill there?" John W. Fostkii, Secretary of State. An Untold Tale. Wo hod got settled down when a smllo overspread the druramor's face, a grin be"April showers mako.Jay.ilowcrs. gun to draw the corners of hismouth right and wet feet make bad colds,, but, Lightand left, and ho quietly began: "I think It was tho fnnnlest thing I ever ning Cough l)ros will curonny cough, heart! In all my llfu hal ha! hal" hoarseness, or croup. Mr.jiio.. Cascjy, "Slrl Are you adrummor?" Inquired an oldish man with reddish gray hair who sat Zcnia, W. Vn., BaysV''iriglijniq"g Cough Drops is something wondcrfuL I do not in front 1 llm. "Yesj" think tiicro is any medicino in tho world "Drummar from Chicago?" that will give hotter satisfaction. Will "Yes,," "And, you want to tell us a funny story, do all claimed for it." All dealers sell it. eh?" "1 dq, It's tho funniest story I ever hcanl related and too good to keep." ( rhtladcliihU Pretzel. "Well, sir, I'vo n word to say to you," Philadelphia pretzols aro a thing by continued the old man. "I like fun myself. Up to a yoar ago I was always on themselves; that is, tho genuino Philathe grin,. If anything tickled mo I'd laugh delphia pretzel Is, but unscrupulous till I fell down from weakness. I once mnnufilctnrors havo been making imilaughed! thirteen hours without a break at tations with machinery which have a story i drummer told me. I brouuht on served to lesson tho high standard raised heart disease from luughlm?, nnd the docby ' tho' reputation of tho homemade tors hay0 "warned mo to. bo very careful, prottSl.' The pretzel camo ovor with This story, is mighty funny, Is It?1' "Itls,!slr." , tho Dutch, and It is still found iu Its "Got a roaring old climax to It?" original purity in Lancaster nnd Berks "Vcs.'t counties, tho inhabitants of which havo "Pretty certain to convulso thonudlenco been so'tnany generations in tliia counI suppose?" try thnf! they nro unable to speak tholr "I'll warrant it to." mother tougtio. They have not been "Thon pleaso excuse me and I'll so Into tho next car for a few minutes. I'm cer hero long nough to Jcam EngllBlS7Bp tain It's a funny story. I know you'll tell thoy make their pretzols' nsthoy w'orp1 way havo taught, and mile the Iarigungo Jt in such ina spue that I ishall uo. utoi bust thoy liavo iimmifiicturwl'. Now" wjilcfi TTork oust oi an can rigni om i() I'm a gpni'T. I want to hear tho story Sun. 4 I also want to Uvo as long mlRjity bad, but ui;muiIi Are Valuable. as.1 can. Jusf excuse mo." Ho picked up his grip nnd left the car, Few persons know how vory useful and the drummer's smilo faded away and soatisnds nrovo wlion oninloVed as ma- ho pulled out a newspaper and began to Applied to tbd roota of ymce,' read. Somehow wo didn't llko to ask for miro. trees, roses, ofo., thoy hnpart a story and somehow he didn't seem to fruit the caro about telling It By and by I went vigor nnd npldlty of growth jrvhlch la into tin? other car and found tho old man perfectly Bunrising. No outrUio is bo lucky as to havo a garden should waste and osked: "Were (you really honest In what you thin valuable form of Oianure. It is on said about your heart?" oxcollent plan to havVn largo tub, and J'Well, no," ho replied. put tho Boapsuda and dirty water into it ) , 'iWhnt.woH your object?" till required upon tho gnrdon. Phila''Slmijly to stop his yarn. I'm traveling ., delphia liOdgor. dn the same lino Qf goods for a Now York house, and I wanted, to hurt his feelings as 1 MVillrlne Lake. much m could!" iM. Quad. Medicine lake is a wondor that draws ' ClevcUnd'Cnn Carry New York. many visitors nnuually-- a bodyof wntor It is almost certain that tho candidato that does not contuiifa living thing, and o the Democratio party will bo elected. at cortaiii hours of thn day in full If there 14 a Democrat living who con golatinous, spougellko substance 0 a carry the state of Now York that man sinks nnd leaves the water clear. that At Is Grovert Cleveland. As a strong cantho I'ako are two mountains, ono of puro didate, as a safe eandidato, as a popular obsidian, tho other of pumico stono in candidate) bo waa tho most available tayors. Polter' Four Corners. man to be found kt the ranks of the Democracy. One thing' which tho The t'ower of ObMrvatloa. Chicago convention liaa demonstrated Tho Bank Clerk It's a shame tho way beyond asy question is the marvelous some moh rob their employers by loafing popularity; of Mr. Cleoland wth the when they're paid to work. There's a has bricklayer on that new building across vptingi masses. No been so conspicuous a figure as has Mr. the street who hasn't done a stroke for CteveUndj No statesman boa been ac- an hour I know it, because I've done corded greater deference by thinking nothing bu) watch him. London men. Buffalo JBwujirer'. Mng i1 -liVd-blq- d fco-ondes Tit-Bits. vorsary. The Scarlet BY Letter, . NATHANIEL MWTIIORNH . Will Appear, in Serial Form, in the Columns Wi"v .TV'!li ft Paper of 71his JiNy.'iiMi next week. v V v 1Tij. 3war' M If you have read If you have never read it, you should surely ti it, you will read it .again. ", ' '". 'SPflr do so now in-o- This great story is one of those mortal emanations which which do not old. Time does not age them ; in fact like "Blue Jeans," they never wear out ! The genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne will Or the Condition or the is read and spoken, Breckinridge Bank, endure while Ejiglish ' AT and fTlic Scarlet Letter" is one of the cliic-f- At the cloio CL0VERP0RT,Juno of builneit ,i nj est of his laurels. $ 45,100 telll-mnii- Klanford, J. L. Hmh. J. K H. Mo- - Old PoititComfoit-SeashQjB rjebce, I'. W. Fonle and R.S BajuJy (.are M- aoriaiea imrief maMMr xWnereeratuft, and for wtfalvH our Ae4tef 4t4 MereevoH, VIA have lwyHi H)Corpeiila4.eiifted- - fcw.uaat L., St. L, & I, 0, & 0, Rules ( the proletni of the (lennrnl tlalare nflhrrttatenf Kn4ckywith all the White Sulphur Sprint. RfeWhwnd. BM right, power and prltiteye tinder Mi, Paint Comfurt M Nfrrftlk ulalulen, and have ndnptvtl Jbhe follnwlng ar- ' YUlted h Rnie , licire ii incorporation A ipeclat train c.iuHifeif M'Klrant Qiacht kb name 01 me oruiratinn ahall ue the and I'ullumn rilrepin( rar, wllf leae Louii-vlll- e IrWnrti.u.Cttaiuery Cu.i and.ln that naiua It at lift p. m, from 7th Bt D pot, .nuvp rucctiili.ii, with Hiwer to a bo ud, tu make contract, and ue luosday, August I6lh, 1892 traunfer prurty ai k natural perlteaching Old I'uint Louirutt next evtning nt ron. It balliiaTO a romtniin teal, and may 6 p. m. tltur th fame at pleaiure, and make by lawa Itouiid trlpratci to Old I'ulnt. $10 00 from to govern the conduct of it builneti, not llenderion, $15 Oil fnin OwinboM, l.rwft-io-rt, the lawi of the state or the llaweirllle, Cloverport,iiiopheniiprt ind United StatV Irvlngton, I'anenger will I ave un regular principal place of tramacllog IU builIbe train ai lollowi: neti ibalt ba atIrriogton, Ky. 'ibe general H(nderon.....7:l5 a m. naturo of the builnen or the laid corporation Oneniboro 8:27 " MeplieiiHi't. ltl:21 " iball be to buy, lell and manufacture all creamV:0V Lewliport " Irvlngt. n ...llidi " ery produota, The amount of the capital itock Ilaweivllle V:13 rball betlx thound dollura($IU0v.) The train will bo run under tho nu ire nf Tho curioratinii ahall commence builnen ni the Chotapenke ic Ohio Kiillway ConipaHV. Iu oon ai theie article are acknowledged and charge of Mr. . A. Hllgui, lrnvelliig filed for record with the tlurk of the llrecken-ridg- e Agent, formerly ot llopklnaville, Ky. County Court, State of Kentucky, and Keduced ratea at the llygeia Old I'olut hall continue lor the tpace of twenty. five Comfirt, can htrf(lii uimn lintel, riiontatlon enri,unle8i looner diiiulved by 0. Si O. poclal Exounlon ticket. of the itock bolder!. Social attenilun will le paid to tho personal Tho officer! of laid corporation iball be a ejmfort of Ladle, without eicorti. president, lecretary and treat-uriSleeping Oar acoouimodalli.nl will be proTbe tait two offioer may be filled by vided, but In order to have choiie of btrtlm, one and tbe aame penon. bald Incorporation application abould I niu le tu .Mr, W. A, ball oomtltute the firit Uoarduf Lllreetora and 25J Fourth Avenue, K) , at ihall bold until tbe teeond Monday In July, ome. dloeptngCar Itaiei Louiivillo, $4 00 t.r will le 1HUJ, or until their (ucieitora are elected by berth, Loulixllle to Old I'oint, ti. be occupied the atocV holder. Each ihare of lock tball by one or too rrioni, rvproaentvoiie abare of atock, either by periou Spiemlilio trip vxrufilon curt ba n a le . 01 ruy. from Old l'oiut at low rut' a. The vincei of preildent, w The route i ll.mui.li tbe ranona of and treaiurer ahull tie elected. by Hlvt-r- , ulong piciuritqiiu tlitirn'rior Hltor, vole of theittockroprtauuted and their pai.ing While Hprlii,, croiflng ll.u term of oDinrahull bunoyer.t' Alleghoiii- - atid Ulti."'i.l(;o .MounUtna and The liiilubtediuii ofi raid ci rKiMtton iball beautllul Mini indoith ninl l'inltuiiit Vulle. of the notexce.tl atock. nt.ii. I'lhllu.u. will Le uraiilod on llio Tbe privala pn erty ol ibe atki holder ihall return in ir emilillng ex.uniiiiil trip, to il.lt y be emu.t from corporation dalita. tuln lUcliimitid, U'hlto buipliur und other Mheri'ut wllneiii the algnaturet of tbe lelebrntod rLinri. liicurporalur uUive, tbia tbe Uibuluy of July Tbe i bb out roulci bclw.en Hl tininnil ni.cl Ib'JJ. j I h t.d Forge will 1m gikin. Cliltoli lln uraioiii.t John Nevlt, m.d may rctorii illliir via thar!otivllln F. lUiletlehoe, Btaunton, or vi Lynchiurg and Natural It.S.ilandy.w llridge along thi Jume UHer. V. W.'Kaote, Tlcki ta Mill I e gMid returning until SeptemJ.E. King,. ber 2, 18V2. llandiome Imnk, do.orlplite of C'bai. Illanford, icemry nlong thn line, will be niaUnl to liny J. L. Henry ,f. t I.Oll.-t- , peraon upon Npplicitlon to W. A. 253 Fourth Ate., Louiivillo, ur to Agiiit L , St. L. A T. It. K. Know U men, that we Jan Merit, Chat K1F. eapar.fll 1 m 1 i.i ft" ' -- ittlul VnA. Cli'vcrp-trt..,ii:i).- Fan-eng- er tbree-fourt- heai-bor- ft r. -- I 1 I JL a r, '' Ali't 0. P. H. C. MOBDUF, A., L , Si. L. A T. Uy. H. W. rULLER. tl. I. A., O. A O. IU Hr KY. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUlsAllTLIIf E. .111, 1R92. AISKTS. (L. K. A ST. L. k. U.) Capttal-itoc- 00 Read It Ifl ITIU prp-gram- Dopoilta ! Surplut fund Undivided profitt Dividend No, 3fl, 4 per cent, due 174,577 07 23,000 00 4,844 00 1 SHORTEST, QUICKEST' ANO 11EST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville South-"yes- t. CoinulMrj- - IiKiimure In Mermuny. In Oennany tho law fit t compjilspry Insuranco againbt old ago and infirmity, FUUNISHKD UV passed in Juno, 1W50, cpmpjetea th.e pf,)cgiHlation fpi; jqiprpxing tlw G. & Co., condition tin' working clasped which was' Bet'fprtli in tJio,imjieriaIj;oscriptofi General Produce faW Commissfoh ;noro tjian-.OO1881f jlLnffrct Merchants and Oenbrhl Storage. ' pcoplo, gjvjng, t))C9n an Inulienaplq, cgal, claim to, gupport in ,nflrroity H. W. HERNDONj' Manager. nnd in old ugo. JelUI)l and prompt 'baili with fery Tljo, insiirunco lit compulsory in nil intale. Comlgnmenu ioKcIteil.1 i ' dustrial upon.phiona oyot, cuions I sixteen ears of koge of bpt sexea, LOUISVILLE. KY Jul,l8, UV1. Clcrjcs nndtrtldesmon's apprentices who, WET July 4th, Taxes due July . 18V2 AND ALL POINTS 801 00 llEip Notei nnd lit, 189 J 449 1'8 est and d' Total, dlac't'd . nnd furniture ' Uanklngilioum nnd lot ' Smpende-- l debt Ilondi MIIm $249,774 74 $IMI,HI1 01 2 572 25 S..H5 14 l&S 02 . LURtLlTUB. ft len. Herndqn Dank fixturo Time-Cuin Effect tyl. 1890. Lv. Loultvllle Kill) .ur...H.2 p m...l it p.m. a ui ArrSt. Loula H.5 pin ...fi.-iIll Hip iu. Evamville lilH For furthi laloriitntinn, call on or aililnva, i R. A CAMPSLt., ' 25.R8I 04 flnli'l I'aari Ak'i KtanMlllo, J. B CAMPBELL,' lid. h Overdrnfta Duo from' llanka 5tl 71 t uui' Caahon harid"" Total, .U,SM 81 IH.9I1 27 'y' " II. I. & . Ln.llll,KT H. K, Do. l.ouiivllte, K). City Ticket OflinuHS. W, Cor Tli.nl A Main St A o, o parflcipato.Jiut assisUnti Jfujd npproft-- , with ihlpper'f name and uJJrtii,. ticca bdruggfats' suope'iirp exJudel,, s u . UUTT1CK. J h Bxeinpiion frofn connulsory intnirnnoo1 Chnloa, oountry Js,4 J2 H ' M.JW Is grantodo porsons wljpyvprk., I fe) U Common .. jo ($ n food, clothos ajnd lodging only, nnd who, Creamery 2U n receivo no pay, or vs'ho uro only in temE(1()S. porary employment. n,, n,a 11 to 12f : Tho pension for old ago varies from rOU,LTKY. about twonty-flvdollars to fifty dollars Market tca.ly, receipt large, but 'good n yeart and is granted to overy insured pors6n who'hoa completed his soventleU) cblekeoi MUog readily at quotatlona : b weeSht Ji the only a quart way to handle them year, irrespective of his ability to earn a and muob leu trauble. livelihood providod ho does not' already Old Ileal pir lb ti'1 "! a . " 11 draw a ponslon for inflnnltywjrbe,Jo-- J ILyuai.M ,..,....3 to 4 flrmlty peuslon varios from about twenty-se- ojinngera.. i t0 W ven dollars to ovor a, hunJrjsddpk - ""-- -FEATHEHS. iars, ana la glvon, Irrespective of ago, to rrlme.Vlille gooio , 4fl 47 persons who nrp pormunontly incapaci- ..Mixed. " 24(y 38 itWfv Old., tated from earning a living. IU(j)3U r,tuuAs, Ko. 'I, duck n 25(40 In order tto establish a clnim to a I under the German law, contrlbur HIDES. : tions, regulatod by, tho amount, (jfearft. fjlreea', food 4 SJ gry Salt. ew,M Ings, fpr a prowjribq (gH fllnl, goyj.,.. ,g 7 poriod. Tho means of jiuying penslgnq Dry Sbeev aklni.j,,, 3i y 74 aro obtained by fixed contributiiiafr.ain, A WOOL. tho Imperial "trenpjliry, addod toregila SO , 2 payments oiiiho part of tho wrqdpyera, Ut.V,4pn.,.K Comjianlpfu' and employe.-Yout- h's I ;2U()ltl MerJnvM....;pyi., ,;I61H. ilurrj C..U........... 1UomI ClrcululM HnUlly. Tha H(J) 10 ModicnwrlccjH-liuvmatlppuiuycu-riou- s i ' IS iHAftailAIN. PKKI1 We quota prlcei on L'oularllte city exneriinentn,-bu- t none more wonderful than that by which tlioy ascerHAY. tained tho exact timo required for the Striotl; choice ljno (3) 3 00 blood to mako ono entiro trip through Uboice No. 2...,. 1 00 & 12 00 tho system, which all students of physiueod Medium..... 1 00 (y) 10 00 iood IIHght Straw 4 60 M 4 SO ology know means a complete circulaCOUN. tion through the lungti, oJtiH,,uxtorios Cbotee white (0 Q J3 nnd general capillary arrangements. Uhotoe ihelled 62 (jj) JJ Professors Dulton, Heriug, Poissenille, OATS. Mntteucciand Blukohave boon thochiof No, I oati 34 i6 invoetigators in this line, the first named WHEAT. 3 Long Dorry wheat having become moro ominont in this No. 74 X 73 particular branch of research from N. 2 Hed having tlie experience of tho others to MISCELLANEOVS. fortify himself with. All tho old school Tallow, per bbl 4 ...v..;...,.' VA -- H& IS believed that a considerabla lleeanaz anatomises 20 (a) 26 timo elapsed, say, from throo to nino Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. minutes, .from tho time whou tho blood Poor to wed. Mich, ,'i 44 41 loft tho right side ottlio heart, travprsod " Nor. Ind- - t i. .14 (3) 40 1 1& (a) 1 24 tho wholo system and then again re- Home Grown per barrel perbu turned to tho starting point) Dal ton has From itore 2o to So iimAnb higher. . "! .' : t shown that tho timo is much shorter i. . . nana pieEeil.,.,.,,... ? (to to 1 75 I than wjySjforuierly gonornlly supposed. aucnigan, r 1 sOtstt 00 .ndIauT-Na1 jEfjcV' Bayas "tjozons of carefully tobu-'lato- u Common and colored..,. 74 tal 00 tosls .0 . Uila somewhat extraordi- - Flat and"iiedl...(..,i,...,p.( 64 to 1 00 1 'narysuljjej. shows that thq blood of I 1 60 to 60 nuiiuora, per doj oarvai(j. . K k froBL atftfe. VI" 1 90 to 1 74 M vory'jflftoonjo twenty-fiv- e scyjjjids, CAUllU, 'H physical condl&vnq of the 1 or cram irom icore. HJti 2 00 to 3 00 tjt Louis Um,KKV. subjo;tDxpiJmontel upon." Fancy white plume, per dpi-.- .; 26 to 40 , 1.' Pk,.l.. ,"'. i 20t24 .7 Choice Green 10 to 20 ! &i Two EUbj1h, f Remarkablo aro two epltaplia, the first An linplrlmr Noiuliiutmii. of which is said to bo upon u tombstone Grover Clovelaud'a nomination for tho ' iu tho ci(y of tiacramontos "Horu is Jald presidency has been roooivud. with a Daniel Borrow, who woa bom In Borrow, hoartiuesa will carry tt to victory and Borrowed, llttlo from Nature except at the pollthai November. "It ia susin his lovo to mankind and his namd and tained not only by tho unanimous voW hatred to redskins; who was novortho-lee- a of tho Democracy, but in ovury etato it a gentlomnn and a dead shot; who, is hailed by tns 0 thoutuinds of Repubthrongh a long lifo, nevor killed hU licans and iodepcndonta'.weary oC class t, man except in self dofenso or by and section legislation, and disgusted and who,,jhcji ho at last wont with Republican shura, hypocrisy and' nndor, bonoath tho bullets 0 his cow- corruption, S ardly onomles in tho saloon of Jeff MorIt is an inspiring, quickening ris, did so. in tho sure and certain hojio tion, and, ubo ypgtnfaa-p- f ' the nominacountry of a glorious nnd everlasting Morrow." to whom tho futiire belongs will boo Tlw otlior, which belongs to a Nevada that doveJppa into, an election in Noit burying place, is a noteworthy achiqvo- -, vember, Nov YorkJournal. mont in thia lino. "Bacred to the Memory of Ilank Monk tho Vhltest, j Hill WlllrHelp H!m. u " juiggea(-neune- i, siage-drivhuh Mr. Clovelond, now moro than over of tho West; who was kind to All before, noeds tha faithful, gonorous and Thought 111 of Nono. He Lived in service of bis old efllcinl associate. Mr. a Strange Era, and was a Hero, and the Hill U U a petition wharo a duo and Wheels of his Coach are row Itlngjng eo. wise regard for his jovm political future Golden Streote." Chambers' Journal. will prompt kirn to Tender this service. Hbj stateemanship, his Democracy will AyorH Ague Cure is a vogotablo pro-- J move hinaK inHiaanie direction with duct, andisnncvor falling remedy fori his self Intoreet. New York Telegram. y all malarial diseases, Warranted. pont-uolox. -o pon-eio- d0 ,".0 S'.tTTi Tr-- HHSH f Ja?iUp Bhlpir abouM mark All jokn;el plainly, $219,774 74 I, A. U. HklUmnn, Carhier nf tbe above named bank aolrmnly Jiveur that tha above .tatemewt It true.Ut the beatf my knnwlodge . and belief. 'I A;II. SKILI.MAN, J ICa.hler. Subscribed and iwnrn to before me, thie,Ubo or July. J89J.- - Clut.U. SxtiLUitK, lat day , M ' ' N. P. Uj C. Louisville, SI Los lews TIME SCHEDULE liff.'C k' TllliiiiK t ' At 5:00 oclck A, U. Wednesdaj West Hound Jalj 52 29. 91 Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg At Kxpr' .,61 7 7Vh STATIONS Kentucky bt. Wc-a-t Point Howard llrandtnburg Irvlngton Lixllhurg rirv--c .Sk...plt Itock Haven Long Ilniocli aatt Uuund iVuthi Mail .V Kxpr'a w Mall It Kxpr'a Kxpr'. Daily 1 Ilardlnubiirg. Ky., HK80UBCK, $AH,n3 Dally 625pm 6 40 7 20 7 24 7 47 lljlly 8U0 S41 8 45 9U8 Dally 1) 45un Iv.Un'n ilp'U.ur 00 At the cloie of bujlne.'i June 30th, 1892, Notei nnd Mill disVnuntod Hanking home Flxturet. and.furnlture T)u from other bank Caah on hand nnd-lotn- 12 12 11 Ulttpm 45-- 1 45 tfi 860 In (irr. A"' 900 9 21 45 50 59 757 1138 3,597 1,478 17,947 8,381 8 07 811 8 17 917 926 931 9 44 UU 101U 10 IU 08 71 827 865 91A 8 37 8 47 Meade bpringa 1125 1119 Hkron II 11 Ciuton 11(12 Uai 740 731 727 665 8 0S 8U2 7 4; 7ZI 7 15 0 48 l . Welti.r Total, LUntl.mrs. Capital itm k Uuo o)iitjir Dividend No. 3 Due July lat 4 cont.'i $100,044 31 $ 25,000 00 70,317 VI K muslpaid Undivided profiu pr i , l.roi 1 00 3,72V'37 9 46 1961 911 921 925 930 Tool tO 10 24 1015 IUSI 1027 10 .U 1014 10 60 UUO 11 MiplicnHirl nVddiMin 1UM 1045 1035 1030 BJtlH 631 ' U2fl lU'i) ' 10 Lie. 'iuu-waibe- d ywfvrr $100,041 XI T. M. II. HeNid, Caihler bf thn above named1 bank, do aoleiiinlr fweat that the wlvitre 1 la lex ami mut,i.lrua.UiJho.he8t of in Total, 1 1 (918 1028 1U34 II 1060 II 02 1123 1131 1140 1165 1118 1121 11 29 11.15 115.! hi llult Oloterixirt hliDii. hkillmnn llnwclvillc I'alcon IU 18 1(115 10 Ol DM 9 41 618 013 610 567 563 6 40 I'ttrlc belief,.,, I i30th ilnv nfiJulv.r . ,. , ... ,,!, ,wili,IUUi:llDrCablr.inernirriruiii ami aworn in leioremo .L. .1. r. 1 It II Ulftt 1227 12 36 1207liu 1 I'.iwcm I'alia Owimbiim Maltliigly Uwrpirt Cuce 933 920 9 20 915 90U 630 6 22 &" 611 851 8 37 8 27 61)5 1 4S 4 35 lHQ2uio.!iiii.diul. - to-d- Jxo. P. ... .!- 1011, I " IUSWXLL, Notary Public 8Wl btnnley Worthlngton 763 1244J bjmttivlllc 7 37 104 fluketta 729 v 1205pm 111 U20nn 125pm ar.llcndera'n lv 715am 81 413 &' ' iW V. 365 3 37 329 315pm tL ' Louisvi'le,Hardinsburg& Western R, R. No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891, Weil Hound Train Daily I Dally ex bun. ex bun, No. 1 No. 6 1130.1111 ex bun. ex Sun No. 2 No. fl I.v Irvincton Ar 9 304m 8 35 1210pm Gat held 12 25 lUrned 815 12 STATIONS, Hound lat Dally Train Daily I 42 DdYdu ' Want to Reach 118 130 148 165 2 II A BuBrs In u J 3 - 260 3 02 311 329 15in ar l'alliftnii;lilv llockvalo Uuth Aakin Oak lliudintbure Kirk Jolly (ilcmlcnne Diumitcr 7 50 715 705 044 634 614am 651 6 29 4 00pm "v BrBckBnridgB and Ma'adB CcmntiBS ? I Wl-iP--a- (fta if ArKordavillel.v 4 qs3S1i 621 500 45am 6OC i &&3XZ2tt$&eA " tho If so HdVartisB fioobJ In this PapBri Its Circulation ExcBBds tha 1 I JLAVJ U1XCS V XJ.JLtJ . If Woelvlu 7lf, T Gomtnercial Will bo Bout to any address from now until January 1st, 189.1, for tnwity-llv- o contfl. Campaign. yolV is now at hand ; you must keep posted and tho way to do bo ia to nad THE COMMERCIAL tho only truo exponent of protection and sound currency in tho South. SfVfl FOR A SAMPLE COPY:Aifd'oxamuTo if carefully you will bo Burn to subscribe. Addrcsti all letters and mako all checks and lt-ofTlc- e orders payable to LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,. tt. nccl-don- CambinBd Circulation of T Ull thB -- . " r - DthBr papers In both. . . CountiBSi a !l I" II ueei-jtnow- or i rIS9w II ti I1 LOUISV.LLE. KY. 4 , , r Era m ? ., ) , v,: 32 RiT.W?V.Jt.iiXi---. XA3 ---- 7- t Hk iW rgtvyu'-fc-yL- ii A IOP (Irnqt Aiiil.llV.(U Tiiut (fiut luTK Ol'ltAMlHTUiS.-O- ,if AllCT vir LiWrsT-1'-w m VmW ,. i'.-i.- . ," ., i '',,-- , j'i JULAHRElf :7f ., thlntt but. iileisanC mluliL Ih- - bitten bv a.xnak thobrnnchen, mid the art Iclo -cat me alive In two hours ir "Will riN vliinlnN itmliltlon Iw fuitlnlli-.- l crnc1it. To iwi forwanl wn' to Willi tlu'onnvofimiyiirf" We nre tint vilI lain rvfernil ti), of vniirwi, nnil wi" wih to the rluht coiiinnKs point, and' fninUy mid I'lnpliiiilutlly tlutt our sounds to proveIn that wild lieastH every direction. uuiblifoii, ho fur from U'lin; itlniit, lino . prowling alut limns hnd liorrowed my matchbox mid Just wokf up. Wu iti-- the of n urt-n- t wiekly fAinlly iicwh- - could have made a torch. I had a heavy single barreled rifle, but rio extra ammunition mid therefore dared notIre n signal. -- was picking my way slowlyj feeling n beaten path under my feet, when of n sudden I felt myself fulling. One cat) not his thoughts In such emergencies. I nwty have cried out, but I do not recollect It, 1 remcmUr that, as 1 brought upon mV head mid shoulders. I heard a fierce K-J- Tr '. wrmwlliiir itltiuist. In tnvftjir. I wiLS stunned for n moment. . When I pulled myself up td n sitting iosltlon I was at one end of an elephant pit, which was five feet wide, tweh'e, long and twelve deep. The other end was occupied by a tiger. 1 knew tstocnml cotituiM-poriii(Jjwii ilR'Hlivuti In ii thrw cotumii u iH'rwxtnl nbil'-i'- , nt( t lie qtl wt ton, nr y nio-Mj- 1 1 wnv.rmK env loot. I'Hlllnr by An Pit Where Trapped niu Jloun I'acn ) i (Copyright When we of reached Myanel forest of Chtttfl wo wcro told the tiger's pal village, numbl heard a jiit'-ay-- . 4 J"ei iA,t Jb A &' V ": 4,7 r I 5f iosa& VF A I - tcllin'o'tiir hosthss iiritv to rpu NAI'KINrf, alt . " l TAIILR t i? . H .t . I' ' j v'-t nam ywiwp.M tl Tfo: . - .."it t .2lhKa .1... ., ' V wr, !,' a in: i"" , owner of n 'grocery, fmper, mid the xhwKtotv, n gtmoliop, a shop, n a butclu-- xliop and 11 fiodstoro, nil under one iind tliu nunc roof. Furtliory wo nru lio ncknowludgiil WnnIcAHUtur vf this town. What we nay In regard to wiclid tniitterM giK'M. We lewl the gerimin when the iiiuhIo strikes tip, and when not lending tho geriuati we are tf lllng the liOHtcvt how to work the lie ereanl freezer and fold the table napklim to rexeoilile a broken human heart On top of all tliN we rtre mayor of tho town. eli'Udl by lib overwlielnilnu major' Ity, and niin.iiiK imuiU'lpalaffalrx In bang- up style. Kneli 01 tiie iNiyii im iio not rc- speet UK ai mayor tnkc paliw to keep elear of the twngniH we nrv known to carry as an (ilitur iitnt a ultb.en. We have dtlven out tl)o iowloyH, Hckisl every menilier of the eommon council and brought the down ofT bin high liprw. It doubtto our contemporary an If any less one et liter oil tlilx earth ought to heiutU-flewith Ktieh bouot-s- but we are no(.. Par from Itl We shall ilot.patiHt" long on the We are already laying wires threshold. to be elected to the legislature, ns wo announced xome weeks aim It Is tho senate or nothing with its. Prom thence to the gulK'riiatorinl chair will only bo a step. From governor to congressman will bo only a stride. We may not ls satisfied witli even tbnt. r post-maxtd , ' nooii H HBTH itrl A T MILLE LE, CLOVERPORT, KY e ginning wmmms&Emi at lO'A. M. W hour' later. The parties were promptly arrested and brought before iim, as mayor, for shooting all over tne town and falling to hit fcacli other. It did not take us over half an hour to ascertain al the facts and particulars, dollars. and we fined each one twenty-fivAs neither bad over two dollars in cash and couldn't raise the flue, the pair have gone to the county jail for three months. Wo understand tjiat miiiic of the boys are criticising our official action, but. we can't.help It, When a man draws to shoot In this town he must either hit somebody with One of is six bullets or ie considered alive1," , nn N, (i. ati'l treated accordingly. This "Yes," I nnswered In a voice just above , blazing away nt laudoni, and firing good n whisper; ''go and get one of the cages lean into leicgrupii poles anil aliening jitid our ropes. The tiger Is cowed, nnd I' posts, fs a smirch on the reputation of tho 'think we can.secure him." town, and we piojiose to put it Htop to it If Ho did not stop to argue the point, but the thing can be done. returned within nn hour with" the outfit. During his absence t'10 tiger dug at the bank with hlsclawsnnd kept upa whining, Tito fitorlos nf I.ucky Miner.A fow of the umny stories that are and only once did ho come near me. Then told of mi tors' luck will eniiblo tho ho backed up nnd made a leap for tho edge reader to understand how and why tho of the pit. As he fell back he growled lp anger lay down heads of wholu uominntlitics may bo facing and disappointmenttoami him out me. Tho Only way get turned in mining regions. .. Jim Whit-hitchim and draw him uptlirough the discoverer of tho Whitlatch-Unio- n the liottom of the cage places! over the pit. mino, near Helena, lis) a typical Without another word to me they Itegau western miner's Ilfu. Tho mine in ques- ,?pcrations. At the first throw of the noose tion in now owned in Cugluml and has the tiuer showed flidit. but onlv for a mo produced O.OO0.WO In gold. After Jim ment. The third throw caught him, and j Whitltitcli had sold tho property for Ittlmn't take more than a minute to land hlmlii the.cAgb, was not yet out of f 1. 500,000 bo went to Now York "to pit when the natives Identified him by the the make .as inneli money iia Vnndcrbilt." bitten ear as the same licast they trapped Ho was n rare t lent to Willi Htreet, which before our coming. I(e didn't serve us the fattened on liiiu.aud in one year let him same trick he did them, howeyer. About go with only the eloiheri on hif( back. noon he liecame ferocious and tried to break out, but we beat him with sticks Tie returned t Montana, began a mine until he gave up, and from that time on ag.iin and for which he got Wii.tiao. Ho went to until wehhipped him for Calcutta he was Chicago to jivul Mr. Potter. Palmer in almost as docile nsa dox wiMlth and just ilh ho did from A Rnuku Tlutt Is round In Many IMncu. Now York "(Lit sirapjiod," tut ho would Tho common snake, which benrs-t- ho it. Ho miulo still huvo u.()ros,-s- l scientific lmino of Tropidonotus natrix, fortune and uvntto8.ni Francisco, is orio species of tt genus (Tropidonotus) where lie died a poor liuin. which extends over Europe nud North Another Lewis und Clurko county America, nud from northern, Asia to tiny-breae 1 h, e 1 "iirofi-lieeliii- Soi.khn WAUNINO. Tuesday after- a man calling himself Grizzly Hill got Into a dispute In the Im! Trout saloon wltl "" individual who linn lH.'cn generally known around town as Terrific Tom. Doth drew their guns and adjourned to the Hidewalk and Itegau shooting. Twelve shots were fired and the only thing hit waH Major Callahan's bulldog, who died an A could smell him, nnd because ho had his eyes; on me, nnd I knew the eyes be longed to n tiger. Klephnnt pits aro gen- erally so firmly covered that no lcost weighing less than 500 pounds 51m break through. This one, as I afterward ascertained, had been coverl ra long thnt tiie poles had rotted and weakened, The tiger was ahead of hie In falling In. No one can tell how a wild Itejust will act There is under certain c!rcumstan6cn. even n wide difference between two of tho did not rush upon same species. This tiger me as I fell Into the pit, but thr.t might have lieen the action of another. Ah J l came certain of the Munition I found little In It to console me, and I admit that Mras badly rattled. The tiger kept his two greenish eyes fastened on me Jmt I glanced at him only at long Interval. The fact that he had notntl:icked me might lJ taken ns proof tUiit be would hot If I did not. provoke hi 111. It was it very hot night above, but quite cool at the bottom of the pit, and lint n single mo(Ulq found Its way down there. After the Inpsc of half nn liour liettan to get my nerve back, and it. may astonish yoil, to learn that I took n number of short naps diking the long hours of thnt night. I was aroused from one of these by thd low, fierce growls of the tiger, anil moment later I looked up to sea the head of some wild beast on the patli aliovo. It growhil In return, nnd 1 set it down for a hyena. I think the. tiger also slept at Intervals. If not, then ho had his he111 turned ,v that I could no longer see his eyes. I was sleeping qtifto soundly when daylight came, and a whining, snuffing noise inndu by the tlgcr'nrottsed me. Sly eyes wfcre hardly open when he came overto me and smelted nf my knees and feet nnd hands. He nctunlly rested his head on my knees nnd looked Into my eyes I think ho was at first Inclined to attack, me, ns ho growled in a mennrtng way and lashed his tall, but o4 shut my eyes and kept quiet ho finally changed his mind and withdrew to Ids corner. As time passed he grew uneasy ,nnd keptup a continual whine, hvery k wild' beast seeks Its covert lietwern and sunrise, nnd this Instinct made the tiger restless. The sun was Just up when I heard the reports of rifles, nnd five mlmltes later tic vnlco of Williams came plainly to my ears. The tiger also heard the sounds, and I thought he acted ns If ondljf frightened, I was Watching him through half open eyes when the face of Williams appeared over the ciIko of tile pit nnd ho called out in horror stricken tones; "Great henvcnsl but he's at tho Isittom of th'ls pit with n tiger) Blank, are you I 1 11 1 grown captive I several pits an Three days Ik'I M n tiger in one luck with hif A native tlu structcd of bail wide by ten fee door which slides Tho bait Is placed ii when seized a trig)! door falls. The tl) time' durjng the i when they'yventjpuL the vlllocefhe bfl siffht of them and I'J uigo rind killed, 0 ed another befo Inspected the tit hnd observed tlu out of his: left el ngo healed up, identify, him attain. We had con thnt that wo" wo would. aal to capttir ns good anion rncn, and thoi on While .tliW zoological higher priu popularly bell Is larger anO than tbo its books hlrnt Onl ourj to I small inl bccil bartlf nnUitlii then a bit! the edgo of thd vey pf the ounlrytw placed several trapr, to (16 but waft-- " p vliltbdiwfcandayji puniose. They Wen If ivilhoil caugt mldaftcrnoon t J fiyenh 6r jneka These animals novahco to us nnd falling into captive He hnd just 1UI real royal beailts trami It was ten daw but tho Other matters more in was fitting dol sight of. wCVeKi" befalls tlgersl tlicm-.- t roHyatitl si Then ho ll izc that so rrmet declared 1J fore. ThiJ had justl gooir patfj 1 toonoofB termihed hail no tri was jnlej was Jiiilpl hi.1 On.th trnppmg o of he, lion lirwVht In'anj 11 ' hi i n. aiVi)1, t- was luino ami ooul the wlilto men. Vt aV.I . w.v. uyu 1v.tiw1 v,' rw w osame qumner an st. cb cniaumt to hrd before 'w ntft tlieVrdrlve It toward three amtgj .rfv was down 01 J rd a' feeding! about al ty-sl- x of' yet weanc fellow, )h which right shd forcfooC I WILL SEXLxLx Ci tnlne tho Drum Lummon provides Btich story. It was discovered by an Irish immigrant named Thomas CruBo. Although he owned it, he could not get a 6.ick of Hour on credit. He sold it to nn English syndicate for 11,500,000. But ho romaina ono of tho wealthy mon of Helena. Julian Ralph In Harper's, nn-oth- HEAD OF GENTLE , u: ,tt i I . '-' How Opium It la n Bort of garden cultivation, tlio being grown in littlo poppy limits squnres or lieda intersected by tiny writer channels for irrigation wjiorover this is possible. Tho growth of tho plants is I (lutlmrod. north Australia, thero being seventeen oreighteon Indian species nlono. Our common snnko may servo na nn exnmplo of tho largest inmily into which serpents nro divided tho family "Uolnbridto of which thero nro upward of l05Bpeciea n India nlono. This family contnlns most of tjioliarmloss snakes, aud' 1H also-iV- lustratod by a small snake, Coronella austriuca, which some years ngo was discovered to be nn inhabitant of Dorsetshire and Hampshire Tho Cordnelja feeds exclusively on lizards, slow worms nnd small snakes. Though harmless, it will bitb. Quarterly Roviow. r- Thotiiskl tM by sigli to Wl i hr sfTol ncciir handi stnnl nndj void Hj Every horse will bo sold under tlie saddle, The'ae horses are fair $ize, and raieed at an altitude of 5,000 feet above SjSlevel, having wind like a Grcy Houndand have to bo as I represent ',. '!.!,' them, or I will not ask you to pay for them. If y(fc jveed o Horse for light work, driving'or a business Saddle Horse, you can't; beat them on Earth, and I will sell them to the Highest Bidder fprCiisfi Great chance loifUi Speculation. I have sold 12 cars in'. the last three monthsj and tliey hav alliyen qatisfactioiir ' 'Don't miss this 'i ',''. 'it cliance to get one at youriown price, ivery Morse will positiyeliy be sold. ' ' ' TERMS. 90 Days, bankable note or 2 per cent, discount for Cash. t i i I . -- carefully tended, and at length tho tiino comes when they burst out into flower, and tho fields look liko if "sheet of silver ns tho whito petals, of tho flowors glisten in tho morning dow. TheMj beautiful petals are tho first produce of the crop, for tbo women and children of ,tho cultivators fam 11 lea como forth and pick them off ono by ono nnd carefully dry theni, so that tlioy may servo afterward as tho covering cf tho manufactured calces of opium. Then tho poppies, with their baro capsule heads, remain standing in tho open Held until it is considered that thoy tiro ripo for lancing. Tho cultivators then como forth in tlw ovoning, nnd, with nn implement not unlrko tho knives of a cupping instrument, thoy scarify tho enpsulo pn its sides with (loop incisions, so that tho jnico tuny exudo. In tho .early morning tho cultivators reappear with n scraping knifo nnd their cnrthenwtiro- iots, nnd thoy scrnpa oft tho exuded juice nnd collect it in their pots. And this is crude opium. Blackwood's Magazine. -- -, went they wi The rirat False llulr. In very early days, us now, tho hair wits sometimes thin nud it had to eked out in various ways to' mako Uevo thut nature had been spendt to all alike. About tho first dosni extant of woman's hair siteaksuf' locks." known ns (Jretclion bil us. To tnako these braids seci silk tho color of the hair wan hi Then they they took to pu braids in coses of silk, elongaj with all sorts of Bluff till tl liko umbrellas in covers. Tl pigtail is n modification of Washington Stnr. j Ti I'uiiUIimI by ttio Czj Thd czar of Russia IrnoJ military ofticorfl brace ul-hl- s i Tf l i, ! fi m HMBBgaBBBBBIgBBlBl Bi .maBMmsm BgB5151aSBaEaBBBB5SBBlEBm L. i IPnlint Vtta- t Mrs. L. H. I'utton, itockford, 111. writes i "From personal exporiehco I can recommend Do Witt's Sarsapnrilla, a euro for iinpura blood and geuoral debility." Sold by Short & Hayncs, Clov port, nnd Heard fc Reoler, Unnlinsbunj. It is u truth in medicine that the smallest dose that perforins tho euro is I ho best. Do Witt's JJttlo Early lUsora nro lho smallest pills, will perform tho euro nnd nro tho best. For sale by Short it Hnynes, Glovorport, and IleanttS; Heeler, IlanliiiHburg. duty, v-- 'merchant of L'harl murdorcdJiXj.soldfers, and it wall that had tho' officers of tho stationed in tho town maintain discipline tho murder might proventod. As a punishment fo have been ordered topayft.yeip elon of 8,000 rubles to tho widow of nliudered man. Toledo Dlade. NoUSurprlietl. tE BABBAGE ,t : . SHIRTS ! Kelghhor (brcathle&dy) Oh, Mra. leat,il tohe,!l Harduluck, your littlo son Johnny found ecrtnsvl a dynamite bomb, and took it into a away tht stable down town and broke t' with an I knew! ax, and blow up the swble and all that afternJS buildings around li. il Was now Mrs. Ilarddlnck Intra And on jt i Land Mkesl I wqo-d'iw low. that' it w3 what that boy will, bnp to st. ,1 witapuiiiKicai Good News, a nutra .in til. For curatiyo-efTecU- , o baMijw ' Ayeij's fVrpwl,. ,T Sarsaparilla ie worth tljree o.My other Treltxi hi; I roitlirAd.(l " name, I er Ul iBHW i i r. wit ii i - r-i " in jkenridge News. 1892. R.L lilt "J- - jmw N8DAY, AUGUST EEAL Rental-Agent- ESTATE AND Negro As a Criminal, al census bulletin on homicides en issued which has a special Jlrom tho fact that itgives the pt negroes arrested for homicido nson with tho number of whito a, born of native parents. Tho o not show that tho negroes nro the pcaceablo disposition that ctcrized them. The basis of ics in tho number of persons ud held for homicide lit the taking of tho census, wheth- d convicted or noU It ap- them that in 1890 thcio wero of natlyo parentage held as r homicido in tho District of whilo tlicro were eight 11 irtiiuwuru iiiuru wuru touuiu;. Ilu Tl and four negroes ; in Mary- 'whites and 47 negroes J in Vir- whites and 117 negroes; in West 11 whites and 12 negroes ; in arolina, 43 whites and 91 negroes; l Carolina, 20 whites and 130 n Georgia, 54 whites and 290 In Florida, 13 whites and 82 Tho total for this group of 3 whites to 787 negroes, or negroes to ono white, though population in tho entire group noxcessofthe African. orth Central group, composed tfs of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, forth Dakota, South Dakota, nd Kansas, there wero 204 for homicide as against 700 es so held this though the ation in these States is rela- smaller than in tho group ed. th Central group, composed Tennessee, Alabama, Miss- ianu, Texas and Arkansas i2S 714 nntivn " ..io.f.s npirroos to THIRD STREET ' CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read this column or you might bo tempted to invest your money. Do yon wont to buy Real Estate ? Call on It. L. Newiotu. Do you want to rent a Farm ? Call on R. L. Newt in. Do yon want to rent City property t Call on R. L. Newsom. Do you want the best and only desirable lot for sals on Main, 60x175 Xect for Call on R. L.Nowiom. $800,007 Do you want to buy the Clororport Hotel, centrally located nnd doing a large Call on 11. L. Nowsom, business T P. 5. I am now prepared and havs full authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. Correspondence from nbroad solicited. This Is ii good chanco to secure tbe best nnd most popular hotel in tho city, and no 'boom" prfco asked. Do you want a loan negotiated T Call on K. L. Nows rn, Hatreryou money ynu want placed on Call on R. L Ncwsom. safe security ? Do you want money on short call ? Call on 1U L. Newsom. Do you watt to rent a house ? Call on R. L Newtnm. P. S. Hood paying rontcrs can generally Let me put a "bug In ynur seruro a house, oar," R. L. Newsotn rents property andcollccir th rents on a commission of ten per cent, and, renting boing a specialty with him, dnn't you know It Is betti r to place ynur property In Why? his bands than to rent it yourself? Because he is controlling a large amount nf and t..llling non paying renters und firoperty and be soon gets rid of them, Newsom bears but few complaints from good renters, but tbe "howl" conies from thoso fel lows who do not want to pay. and to such he says Cail on Soinobody Else, Is Ncwsom hard hearted 7 Not especially eo He will accommodate you If you pay fur it, and provided ynu stand to your side of tho bargain If you don't like his way of dealing Call on Somebody Ulae, "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites; whon your sympathy gets abxve jour judgment dun't blxme the landlord qui to so much, but call 'round at his office and drop In $5.00 for thr special object of your sympathy and help pay his rent. It will be dividing the loss on had Don't renters, and then yon will feel better. let the landlord lose It all 1 1" P. 6. The above scripture Is addresied to PA Hill T iiiiiwi i I Jlllllla I J wVIIiV P m I MILE. MANUFACTURERS OP 1 IIUL iiinr IIIVII Mflflli V i I PA MAW i i.iiiiiu i ?w 1 Llllllll I wVlliH I 1I ' t.l . Bswg>e HV k LH H mk Keep constantly on hand a largo stock of H ihi LH H ih mm blH LLLHI Hi B mm H IHHiH biH H 1 H - 3 LH WBk ;er 3K(.dS.& ll m 1H m Mmm Snkomiclde. BifiUvPntiro United States, in ,by una maarocs consmuio oniy aooui the population, thoy fui- ut of a total of 7,351 or some 37 per prison-homici- H hD H D 1 .. Sam H IB H dH H I 1H H H 1 Third Street Planing- Mill, - Avholo. is, tho statistics of such e, theft and burglary would lMear still heavier on tho CLOVERPORT, KY. hco that education is a fail-negro is by no means-t- be Qugh negroes arc furnish-th- c criminal classes at a rate, it simply proves ucation tliey aro get- thein. Very largely ipfmean whisky and xturo that would de- much less a race as rolling its passions negroes aro when or direction to deviHH'It is hard to say tcome if this went ust not go on un- hmniiprnnn must bo lound ot ier direction than fng themselves. o " ncia A ' Tbe ilmpl tppUeitloa f r the hoathon gentiles. It. L. Uewiom has about sixty renters and bo don't wunt any but paying ones To good paying renters ho will take special pains to make them comfortable. Do you want a house built and pay for it in monthly Installments 1 For terms Call on R. L. Newsom. e power engine and Do you want a boiler. Call on R. Do you want to start a Black Barrel and Stare and Heading Factory with power ! reaay attacneaT uou on ii. L .ewsom. Having about thirty, acres of city lots he would sell a low "slices," and H you want a building lot Call no R.L. Newsom. Do you want to pjyyour city taxes? forty-hors- I HH H m HI m Hi HI HH . Hi KF H mm mmm HK9H - i m I Last Grand Picnic of the Season to be given in WAYHE' Call on R. L, Nowsom. Mtim OINTMENTT' lnunal ' T5h, . 'ui.. it aruiniu. or ri h mn lih rour'dmuUi SvAiai bev, rMUdclpbU, V. fwithoot a&j I v LmaiD. enrci ut i ttf. WMDll. itch. ill itruotloDi b& tha fM hukai. bom. le..Uft4n kin ttla&r. MUtnlitliJ Hk Have you elaima against tbe city treasury 7 Gallon tbe city treasurer and he will tell you that It. L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, always keeps said treasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from citios i m jo: lSt h m IW abroad and prompt remittances made. Many thanks for the largo pitronage I have enjoyed. H HK HD 1 II ' r - m IS m . H H H HJ Hi H m HHHlH Hf H WI QfHUiHHIfe mmtm fwibp mm rm Hm iKfH mm m h I : .t$ k E Hft Hf HH HhV.H H H H HI H y 1 Hi I.Klllfli HhV H 1 ff 4 m Sellers' Liver Pills. Act Directly on the Lives-TIOK, UnSDXJLTI9K, J R. L. NEWSOM. CLOSING OUT - s ,J k SlW1 R' I .Cunia Cnnxa and FiTEn.DrerErBt, SiCKtlsiDicnE, Bmotj3 Couo, CotftnrAi'lLSS, l'ALnTlTlOlt tftlavU artdcif to feet h ffectal: dtit- - tand poulticed her head, Kffu 'twus smarting and killers and salvo, flared it was nothing but 'thought she must certainly crlntlon" she happened to Ct so loudly they speak ; K ntlmnlatca tbo ttomacb, restores tho appetite, imparts vigor to the tyttCQ. Tbey euro all diseases like magic. Get ! the rlsht kind. SELLERS' IJVBIt PIIXS. Sold br dnmnsts. Fend for circular. SELLERS MEDICINE CO..Plttiburh,ra.l bed-Um-a orTnaUuirr.OizzntEsg, TonriD rjven. Coated ToNorr, BLEErixsiKzas, AJtDAtz. DzaxAizs or ins Lrrcn and Btohacit. It jron do cot "feel very well," a elnglo plllat ALE OP THIS SEASON. As wo aro compelled to make room for our immenso Fall Stock, wo aro making prices to dispose of our goods. Thoy must go and they will go at tho follow, ing quoted prices. CLOVERPORT. KY. IJV H once, and was well In a I pains and distressing which accompany, at times, of female weakness, yield Favorite Pre- Ifc isnurely vegotable, per- b,,buu auapicu to uio uon- an of woman. It allays nervous symptoms and paln 'accompanying func- lie troubles. Guarantco and faithfully rssny years. l i Clothing Suits sold for $4.50 going for $2.40. " " " " " 0.00 4.88. English plaid Suits .sold for $8.00 going for Gray Suits sold for $12.00 going for $7.50. All Yarn Fancy Stripe sold for $15.00 going for $8.48. Bedford Cord Suits sold for $18.00 joins $4-6- m for $12.50. 19 Hats! ' Creese Crown novelty goods scld for $1.25for48cts. rVNGTON. ,,ITISA DnTYyonoweyodTseirnmlfHm. Derby stylo sold for $1.25 for 73c. Ily to act tho best Tnluo far your moncr. " " 1.00 " 24c. KoouobiIzo In yonrfootwpar by purchaalnir & jiflaRiai onocii irnicn roproscDS no Chip Hata largohapo for 10c, sold for 20 Qoihlan and Mrs. T. F. Mc" asked, as tboosouda ill 7a,VV.ir Pflcea I children have hnnn nf Put. VTCI VV&ilft ! $5.00, .00 I for,past two weeks. aBk 4 .42.50 44.00 lawman, Jr., returned from B. & S. custom made sold for $2 50 for 42.00 3.50 mm.. Columbia last week and $1.05. rOR LADIES Monarch veal sold for $2.00 for $1.18. nosnhere concronlal around 42.50 $2.00 ' Kontuckv flat " 9 Oft " l 42.25 1.75 Cordovan custom mado sold for $3.00 for FOR BOYS -- .00. arof Brandunblira. work. 42.00 Ladles custom made, our own brand sold 41.75 ipul, Btolo from Davis La- FOR for $2.75 for $1.08. uuuure huh ion cents. 8! s, of Garfield, followed FOR ihgton and arrested him Brashcar acknow- - ir jMTnta l Shoes TOTt THE BElITEiIT OiF1 ,,jm jm . T. ROSA'S CATHOLIC CHBRCH A sumptions dinner will be spread for which the reasonable price of 25 W. L. DOUGLAS tTom Atkinson, two of THE BEST 9HQE I THE WORLD FOR THE KOffaf. adventurers took OTHKK. Hi'EOIAI.TIEH la footwow too some high grade, and repregent a money aroot dsh water for tho far beyond the prices charged. See that natnoralua and ptlCO 8X0 ItAmped on bottom of each shoe. After digging ten TAKK NO HUMHTITUTK. Douglas, Hrecliton, Usti, Sold by ed their work to W. Ii. JHotVHIor A: llBHlblotoIl, Cloverport, Ky. was necessary to a forco pump to IF YOU WANT act was taken for ,i.i 5S S3 SHOE fPA, mmm ii Bargain Soe our Special GREAT- BARGAINS no to G. W. Stones Cash Store COUNTER. Dear Readers. Yon can Judge from what you have read that it will bo to your interest to come and seo us. If vou can not uso tho lrorxls nt nnrn it will pay you to lay them asldo for a year or so until you can press them into service. Don't fail to visit us. cents per ticket will be charged. A splendid Brass Band will be in attendance, and the Hawesville String' Band will furni&h music in the dancing pavillion. Ic Cream, Lemonade and other refreshments furnished in abundance. Hon. J. A. Murray and other distinguished speakers of the State will the political issues of the day. dis-cu- ss 11 - IGOR scalp ftl, healthy. Ten miles South of Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. lie carries a full lino of dry goods, groceries, notioiia, boots, shoes hats.carw, corsets, qucensware, knives and forks, Geo. Yeakel & Co., it lie also nays the highest prices for feathers, chickens, eggs, ginseng, yellow root, etc, etc. . wuntT. Unix nnu etc., etc. BRANDENBURG-- , KY. avt BANK 07 fi:"' '"- - - A'large number ofr 1 TREES fURSERY, whut HAEDI1TSEUEG Capital Stosk. $85,000, B. V, UKARD, - 0. F, Mattingly, MANAGERS. Bur k, .Pat Nace Lewis, . r ' .,, V ."'-'"- -' Ghas; Elder Freftdeat. you want iwill proctue EEN,- - jUiir "!" . i .1 keBtiao ,jcy ft nn, .WILL WJLXH, X. H. BKARD, Cashier, V 8.W. BKAKB MOftKIS MKKIMI .Mr J, 0. Mattmrfy, & ' Frank Ballman, V James Lewis. tor -- M mj&mw&tM -i- IHTIHUTAID OM TIME DEN8T8 h'' -1 tmimL i ' o . Clayton, Surgeon. tV ITttrtUmrt Storf. IPORT. KY. - RIRSTY X Tailor, "OANNELTON, Slta madd to order in f IND. the U'st Btyle. fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. VA. L ' A. Simons, M. D. Bank. Physician & Surgeon J .) QlV over ItreelenriJge C,0 VERPORT, KY. 1 . Claim" Pension Agent S.TEPHENSPORT, EIY. F. Lightfoot, M. D. AND SURGEON CLOVEKPOUT, KY. (YSICIAN "Ojjict at Home for the JRECKENRIDGE NEWS. 3, 1802. fcEDNESDAY, AUGUST IOOAI BEEVITIES. In. Tice Jolly tpMcifoport. was in tliu city Thuro- - ,T. Sapper is visiting relntivcs - " , nca Bishop, of Leitchlield, ,wart in j. irljy Thursday. (nines W. Hall, of Union Star, was in i city Thursday. iXdne bettor than th'c cool sold by It. Plerco nt 8J cents. f Fon Rent. Furnished rooms apply to 0. Sipjilp, Wall Btrect. jhn A. Gone, tho notion man, gave city his Tegular periodical call last tk. r; J. B. Frymlre, o' Union Star, pass-L- p on tho train from Henderson iy. .Reldel hns accepted a position mpositor in the Biieckknihikik vb cilice. leesrs. h. T. Koberts nnt Andrew Lwford, of Stephcnsport, cro in the yesterday. Little Elsie Gregory, daughter of Mr. (Mrs. Edward Grefcory is very low li the fuVe-re- . opt Think how cheap you can get od riding nnd driving, horse nt the August (ith. fxiy a good aaddlo and harness broke i nt tho salo Saturday. August (Ith. K'ning A Itnndall. M. and E. B. OgKsby are advertis- bouio fine IlolsU'in cattle for sale in fthcr column. (,1a, tho Tammany chief, of ge county, was in the city uziy night. Ity Judge, Thos. Adkibson ami Clerk, John Monarch, were in pty Thursday. ir. ana .Mrs. l;iay Wiilntc ami son, oi Owenstftro, nro .visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bates, nt Tnrfork. Mrs. F. Frnizo and Miss Jennie War-Hol- d will leave August lUth foranex- 'tcntlcd trip in tho luist. J2. A. Brushcar. of Stenhensnort. wns Kty suvend days last week repre senting a building nnd loan company. Mrs. W. E. Minor, of Holt, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Bowrner lost Saturday. Wesley Hawkins and daughters, Itena, Nora nnd Mary RodgciB, of Leltchflold, vjsiteil relatives in this vicinity last wcisk. vu and Eiizn May who have been to nsboro visiting their cousin, Mrs. E. il. Bridcnback, returned home last are not Texas buckers, but good broko noises to bo sold nt public A Randall. Mr. A. B. Skillmnn bad a very hand-som- a , yield of wheat on his farm in .Skill- I. man's Bottom, tho average being 'SI awhelft-ttho acre. Mrs. Jas. T. Miller, Miss Georgia White, J. C. Nqlto nnd wife left Monday lor Rock Castlo Springs where they will spand a few weeks. The Ohio River Salt Company, of Meade county, shipped away two car Iidgswf salt last week, tho first they vtryct disposed of. Wanted Saturday AuguatG, fifty men jo buy good gontlo noises at auction Ijnlo. Browning A Randall. 'Mr. Jis. G. Stojihens, of Holt, went to Lix)uisvlllo Monday. Mr. Stephens has ' b&un quite sick for several weeks and Is , JubI n6w flblo to bo out. Htor two weeks now every " packet baa lain nt Tobiusport for hours taking on, wheat. Tho wheat crop over there- is tho best on record. -- - Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Bentiott) of Owens-bord were passengers on tho resa, Salunjnv evening, onrouto to Ipaporfu) visit relative. Margaret Hagan, of Cecilinn, was plaiting bet uaugutors, Airs, rrank L,avi and Mis. Felix Carter, last week. "fine returned Ikhho Monday. (TIim. II. Watllngton, of Stophonsport, d ox- ii pMseilger on the Thursday evening onroute homo viincio relatives in r.vansviue. difpttpiriitaM and stupid ; if your if r' irthiek mm aniMprti ; It your an- tiic-- is caprfcioua awl uncertain, you wed a ftirHufiftrittft. For beet result gntio I'ierce. H. nt Tho coal delivered by 8) cents per bushel tAe excelled for grnto nnd stovo uise Remember tho Wyoming horse side at Miller's fiiblcs Satunla August (Ith. I!rovnlnjJ& Randall. Tho wheat yield in Holt's bottom will bo about 12,000 bushels, moro than double what it was lost ..ear. Mr. Morris Beard, of Ilardlnsburg, wnf down here last night tampering with tin affections of tho young Indies. Miss Nannie Wilson spent Saturdnj and Sunday the guest of Misst s Martjin and Alico Powers, Stephensport. Mr. 1'. JWest, ol Sample, was in tin city trading Friday. Savs it is very dry in his section and crops nro suffering. Master Shelby Conrad celebrated his 10th birthday on tho 22nd ult., by giving a pleasant social party to his young friends. After the 10th of AugtiBt I will have twelve pure Hanshirrdowo sheep for sale, Pennsylvania bred. W. E. Minor. Holt, Ky. Try a load of coal from R. II. Pierce nt 8 cents per bushel, before you lay in your Biipply. The best nnd chcnpcht In tho market. Tho Cloverport Brick Works broke n cog wheel Saturday and are now closed down for a few days until tho break can bo repaired. Wait until August Gth, and buy a good saddle and harness broko horso at pub lie auction. Browning & Randall. Henry Wright, Jlrcman on cngino No. 8, has gone to Leitchlield to visit his old homo, while bis engine is in tho shops for repairs. Do you want a chance to make money? If so, attend the horse sole at 'Miller's stables. The residence of John Bouse Still', near Mooleyvlllo, was destoyed by (ire last Saturday, and everything was a total loss. No Insurance. Mr. C. V. B. Wright, of Wayne City. 111., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. 0. P. Couch. Mr. Wright snys there are line crops and plenty of Democrats in Illinois this year. n E. Wilber, Superintendent of tho Cotton Mills, died last Sunday. .Mr. Wilber has been Suiorintendent of theso niilli for over forty years. He was in his 78th ytar. I am offering an extra quality of coal for family use nt 8 cents per bushel delivered at your house. None better, give it a trial. Why pay moro for coal that is no better. R. B. Pierce. Horses will Ik sold at the auction sale Saturday August Gth, regardless of cost to the highest bidder. Tho Cloverport Colored Cornet Band It went to is getting up quite a "rep." Louisville last Saturday night to play for a colored excursion that went from that city to Evansville Sunday. Billy Ditto, of Meade, cut eighty aires of wheat that thrished out 2,000 bushels, for wnich ho received 74 cents delivered at the city wharf in Iouisville. Not a pound of fertilizer was used on the land. Tho People's Party, of Meade county, nominated, at PuynugJIle, Monday, foruierTtopubliean, for Alox. Ilardt-BtyCircuit Clerk ; Henry Brown, Republican, for Sheriff with Wndo Shocklctt, Democrat, for deputy. Tho Republicans of tho county will hold a mass convention in Hardiushurg Saturday, Augusti20th, for tho purpose of nominating candidates for Circuit Clerk nnd Sheriff, nlso for endorsing a candidate for Circuit Judge. Wo truly believe Do Witt's Little Iuirly Ribcrs to bo tho most natural, most effective, most prompt and economical pill for biliousness, indigestion and iuactlvo llvor. For sido by Short A Hay-neClovcrpoit, and Beard & Heeler, Hardinsburg. Remember tho salo at Miller's stables and that every horso must bo as represented. Browning & Randall. Pi.-rcCnn-nelto, s, e, Ford's Opi ra troupo slopped oil' her J A good milch cow fpr side, luuuli last Friday, but found no theater, Opera-hous- e of W. Victor UoWtncr, Cloverporf, Ky. or hall to ploy in, so thoy wont Mrs. EliMi Holt, of Owensboro, is visitver to liardinsbtirg, where there is an May. ing her sl&tw, Mrs Chas, elegant City Hall. The very Ideal wo Mr, nnd Mrs. Phil. Gregory, of fuls-vllle- , Why should be ashamed of ouwlvcs. nro visiting relatives here. don't some body build an Opera-house- ? Mr. Jhh W. Lyons, n prominent farm What promis' s to be-- one of tho largest er, of McQundy, was in tho city Friday picnics of the season will bo given at your coal. Bruner's Spring, Jwtw eon Union Star Now is tho time to from U. 1). and Preston on thcjJlrnndonburg road, Best quality only 8 ce THE TAR SPRINGS Henry Winter. Wm. J Winter. Jehu M. Beratraefer CONTINUE MANY TO BE VISITED STRANGERS BY Regardless of the Faot That There Aro No Accommodations There. lnln OUR OWN Just. A Su ggestii r W to bo'bothorcd It is too hbt i.' , with &., details, but 1 r. vw ui I Saturday August. 20th. This used to be a great plcnsuro resort, and great preparations aro bolng mndo to entertain a large crowd. Bright peoplu are the quickest to n . cognize a good thing and buy it. 'We sell lots of bright people the Little Early ItiBcrs. If you aro not bright theso pills u will make you so. Sold by Shortife Cloverport, and Beard A Beeler Hardihsburg. Mr and Mrs. O. I). Richardson and Mrs. Judge Woolfolk, of Meade county, and Mrs. McII. Meador, of Elizabeth-town- , were tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Hardin at Holt last week and they visited this city on Saturday. Tho ladles mentioned above are all sisters of Mrs. Hardin, and there was quite a famat tho Hardin mansion. ily to bed and early to rise will "lato shorten tho road to your homo in tho skies," But early to bed nntt a " Little Karly Riser," tho pill thnt makes life Ioniser and better and wiser. Sold by Short A llayiics, Cloverport, and Heard A Beeler, Hardinsburg. The Sam Cox, who was mentioned In tho Xkws, n couple of weeks ago, as getting drunk and using bad language on the street and getting decently whipped, wns not Samuel I). Cox.of near Stephens- port, but n man from Edmonson county. Our Sam Is an entirely different kiirtl of a man, and could not have been whipped so easily. Hay-nes,- For a weak and tired feeling, loss of appetite and general debility, Lightning Blood Elixir is the bebt tonic. It Is entirely vegetable, contains no mercury or other mineral poisons. Mrs. X. E. Allen White Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning Blood Elixir is certainly tho true elixir of life. I have used it, and it has cured me of many years' suffering. I can recommend Lightning Blood Elixir as a lady's friend." George Boyd is back from a visit to Chicago and other cities in Illinois. George says that the people in that State are wild for Cleveland and Stevenson, and that ho would rather bet on Illinois going Democratic than New York. Senator Palmer will canvass the State ami he will bo assisted by 500 school hoys, all bright, intelligent young men, who have tho principles of Democracy instilled In their hearts. Society has been in violent agitation here for the lust few days. There was a social dance at V. C. Moorman's Friday night, one at A. B. Skillman's Monday night, and about fifteen couples indulged in a hay ride nnd Dutch supper whatever that is last night, up through Holt's Bottom. Arthur Board and Charlie Moorman are the principal' disturb-ers. d o, enst-boun- eat-bonu- p v;t'-fi4(fcSl- ort fc Hel' nxlirml urx run lVl'Kli!A, lrB BH41M. l'irecommeiia is, l UnM(iDwnp(ioi u l ,""""1 ... Mrs. John Hinton and her six children called at the Nnws office yesterday to sou, how tho paper was made. We wish more mothers with their children would call on tis. Wo want to get them interested in what Is going on in tho world. Every household in this county should have a copy of tho Nisws In it for their children to read, oven if they don't read it themselves. Mothers, when you come to town call and see us and bring your childien. The bottom of tho river is so high now that it Is necessary for tho small boats to take the place of tho largo palaclal steamers. Tho John W. Hart represents tho James Guthrie and tho Carrie Hopo stands for tho City of Owensboro, while tho Tell City btill makes her own trips. It Is known that several persons in the community are violating the bird law by killing quails. Tho parties have been seen with tho dead birds in their possession, and local members of the Kentucky Fish and Game Club nre threatening to prosecute the law breakers if it is not stopped. It is not only against tho laws of the State to kill quails now, but it Is morally wrong to do so. Just at this time tho birds aro paired and aro engaged in laying, hutching and taking cure of their broods, and by tho slaughtering of a single bird a young brood of a dozen or more may bo left to perish. It Is cruel and contrary to law to bo thus enS. P. Woolfolk, of Brandenburg, and gaged, and all such persons should bo Paynes-vlllW. II. Rhodes, his deputy, of prosecuted to tho law's extent. received tho Democratic nomina tions for sheriff in Meado county. W. UNION STAR. II. Gough wus nominated for Circuit Clerk. ThiB ticket will bo elected. Mibs Dora Gardner Is visiting her Mr. Win. Beavin, of Hardinsburg, was brother at Chenault. in tho city yesterday and renewed his Miss Mata Root is Buffering from what subscription to tho Xkws, Ho says ho is wo hopo to bo a Blight attack. afraid tho Ni:ws will bo tho cnuso of Miss Etta English wub tho guest of porno good women's fulling from graco Miss Minnio Hoylo last wook. "My wlfo especially. Sho will lay her Mr. Tom Brodie, of Chenault, spent Blblo down any tlmo to get hold of the last week with Mr. J. T. Milner. Nkwb." Mlbs Susio Richardson, of BrandenGeorgo Stone, of Leitchlield, People's burg, is a gucbt at Mr. 1). S. Richardson's. Party candidate for Circuit Judgo was in Miss Eunice Crosson, of Cloverport, tho city last Thursday mixing among tho is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Minnie boys, but tho Third Party boys in aro few and far between. Most O'Neil. Mrs. Minnio O'nell returned homo lust every man hero Is olthcr a Democrat or week after a visit to friends and relatives Republican. a , at Derby. Davis Young, of Hancock, came in Misses Sarah E. and Lona Richardson, got considerably booked last Saturand Messrs. Will L. Milner day, nnd for indulging in obscene, pro- accompanied by 1). A. Henry, attended tho picnic at Innguago on tho and fane nnd boisterous strecta was arrested tried and lined $0.00. Sumplo Saturday, Quito an enjoyable entertainment was Ho resisted arrest and tho olllcer had to "gontly tap" him onco or twlco before given Thursday evening by Mrs. Sarah ho realized that the majestic hand of tho Bruner In honor of her son, Hubert. Among tho many present wcro Misses law was on him, Sarah K. Richardson, Maglo Cart, Lisa formMr, Georgo W. Bcntly, who was Caahtpan, Cora Rlchardeoti, Aajjolino erly connected with tho Breckonridgo and Laura iFenlx, Mattio Milner, Jkllje Company (Limited,) hut who resigned XiebaffoNft, "Eva LWibuui, hk pCQ and returned to England, his ami Mlnnk It k, Grtie Kbter uui NU nrtv Tumi, about IS months ago, arrivt Una Oilllland, Blanche oifer Monday to visit Ida old O'Kellflf 1 la'th Mkk Frwnlro.f ndy Hentfryy-Prptton- ; friend and nnoria't. He will (omajj Hardinaborg; MjfMra, wm jrhio gt) jtd couple of weeks here a 7'WpM8Wi' rv Hnevilk), Kv., to otpt PhMvill Company. the rt ti . Arthur Board, a daring, dashing, and Mttko of Clothing ia tho boBt in tho city. It is equal la custom "rapid" young commercial man, of Louisville originally of this county. work in ovory respect, and this is the goods wo nro soiling now is spending a few dayB vacation in this city, away from tho toils, trials and tribVithoul profit. But wo must reduce tho stock as quick as posulations of hustling business, and to say sible, and experience has taught us tho quickest way is to soil it he Is putting in tho time in a continuous, round of gayety and pleasure hardly excheap. Since wo began this reduction salo wo have wrapped up presses It btrongly enough. Last Fri ' many a bundle and satisfied many a customer. If you need day ho organized a private picnic to tho celebrated Tar Springs, about four miles something thin and cool wo can givo you what you want nnd back of this city, and tho following persons were invited and partook of tho savo you money. Give us a chance. ' pleasures And assisted in the festivities of tho occasion: IMiisville Misses Annie and Sallio Hughes, Mr. Arthur Board. Winchester Miss Vcrna Gar ner. Uwensboro .Misses hadio black and Mamie Griffith. Little Rock, Ark. Miss Marlon Ramsey. Pnducah Miss Daisy Bumpus. Stanford Mrs. Geer. Texas Mrs. Wilson and daughter. Charleston, Mo. Two Misses Gris-bHawesvillu Mrs. Henry Boyd, Airs. Eille Banister, Mrs. Mary Black, Misses Mamlo Duncan, Anna and Frances Hennen, Floreta Buhr, Lena Archer, Jean Harding, Hattlo Mitchell, Edith Bush, Messrs. Ed Kelly, Jos. Hennen, CUSTER. BEWLEYVILLE. Wash Carlton, Wuir Carlton. Cloverport Misses LaFayotto Pearl Miss Eva IJiwson went to Lebanon Buy your oil cloth at 20 cts. per yard Miller, Lulu Owen, Jennio Warflold, Friday. of Alexander A Pile." Allieno Murray, Katie Boyd, Emma and Miss B. Ada Drury returned homo last Milton Crallo, Vertrus, was In town on Annie Bartles, Mrs. It. B. Pierce, Mrs. business last week. A. R. Fisher, Mrs. W. C. Brandon, Mrs. week. W. O. Smart, Mrs. C. B. Skillman, Mrs. Mr. Will Paul will leave for Louisvlllo If you want a new oil cloth for vour Dr. Watkins, Mrs J. A. Barry, Mrs. F. aft- -r tho picnic. table, call on Alexander A Pile. M. Smith, Mrs. D. It. Murray, Messrs. R. Mr. W. W. Keath mado a flying trip Miss Mary Sekuskec bos spent tho R. Pierce, W. C. Brandon, S. S. Watkins, week with friends below Bums. homo last week. Gordon Moorman, W. S. Smart, Fred Miss Emma Hodges, of Louisville, is Miss Mattio Oliver, of Constantino, Fraize, W. S. Bowrner, J. A. Barry, C. at home on a visit. spent tho week with Mrs. Bandy Oliver. W. Moorman, W. R. Pierce, Frank Her-raMiss Mary Paul is visiting Miss Ida Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, B. A. Jesse Miller, Jas. Skillman, R. L. Shumate, of Hill Grovo. Tuber, Georgetown, was hero last week. Oelze, and Clayton Crosson, of UioNkws. Tho day was all that coidd bo asked Hon. A. B. Montgomery is expected to Miss Fannio Harrington has just .reand it was spent by tho guy picnicers in speak at tho picnic Friday. turned frofn a week's visit to Constanclimbing tho romantic hills, tripping The watch to bo given away at tho tino. o'er tho green swards, drinking the fam- picnic Friday Is a beauty. Dr. Miles, of Bums, drove through ous health-givinwaters, reclining on MissEflio Smith, of Hardinsburg, is town Friday evening on his way to tho grass, rolling target shoot- visiting Miss Colestia Beavin. Meade county. ing and resting under the invitlngshades Mrs. Mary Smith has- - returned to Mr. Wado II. Drury attended the picof tho trees. Louisville after an oxtended visit to her nic at Big Spring Friday. 1 o'clock p. m. thu At ubout hampers Don't forget tho picnic and ball Fri- mother, Mrs. Wm. Bennett. were opened and under tho protecting There is much talk of a new Union day evening. Everybody iuvited. ot beeches and maples a sumptbranches It is needed and with the uous repast was spread and, seated on Miss Katio Burkbart, who is visiting church hero. liberal way in which .our people aro conmother earth amid tho waving western at Plains, is expected homo this week. tributing toward its erection, it will soon blucgross, (pcnnyroyol) tho moro than Thero was a mad dog killed in town bo built. rusti-catofifty gay, gallant, fair and festive Sunday after it had bitten several other That 20 cent oil cloth is no shoddy, indid ample justice to tho substan- dogs. tial viands and seasoned them all with is ferior article. It is as good as you find Miss Marion Jolly, of Owensboro, and as cheap as dirt. To bo bod of tho suueo of jokes and laughter. .visiting tho family of Mr. T. B. HenderAlexander A Pile. At 0 o'clock in tho afternoon tho party son. returned to Cloverport und all expressed anxious Miss Emma Smith, of Hardinsburg, themselves as having'passed a pleasant candidates, politicul prognosticators, is visiting Miss Lydia Dowell near this day, and indeed the dancing eyes, tho chronic kickors, picnic goers and Nisws glowing cheeks, the smiling faces and place.v readers aro numerous. Miss Maggio Bello Puul, who has been wilted collars all went Jo testify to the Mr. Wyatt, of London, Ky., was in Visaing in Dnmueiiuiirg, rciuuiuu jn same fact. town this week and employed Jas. II. Saturday. Lyon to carry the mail from hero to BRANDENBURG. Mfss Colestia lleavin entertained quito Bowloyvlllo for the next year. a number of her friends at a social last Mr. Alva Lynch, who drew ono of UnMrs. N. E. Rees left Monday for her Friday evening. do Sam's good sized pensions a few homo in Ohio. Don't fail to bo on hand Friday und months ago, has wisely invested in land, Mrs. II. C. ltawllngs spent several days bring all your kinfolks and hear somo buying a farm of Mr. T. Butler. last week iu Louisville good speaking. Each mnn In his place is best. No Robert Herndon visjtod friends hero Misses Annio Hodges and Blanche ono is proficient in everything. For intho latter part of the week. Jolly returned home Friday from a visit stance, two of our best informed, blatant Mr. II. L. Kendall, of Elizabothtown, to Owensboro. political arguers, who aro local leaders in was hero several days last week. Miss Lena Drury, who Is visiting in tlieir respective parties, Alliance and Mrs. R. II. Bmshcar and children, of Brandenburg, is expected to spend tho Republican, recently happoned to open summer there. the bible. Thoy caino across tho manOwensboro, aro visiting relatives here. Mrs. S. P. Drury left Saturday for Falls drake uiontion in tho scripture. Always Mr. R. C. Craycroft, ol Big Spring, was of Rough, where she will visit her sister, ready for ablo discussion in politics, in town tho latter part of tho week. they hesitated not to make tho following Mrs Roso Rawlings started for her Mrs. F. W. Peyton. of Granwan A degression, but tackled the now. word, Mr. A. X. Kincheloo, homo in Denver, Col., hist Friday. Clothing House, was. In to mandrake. Ono was sure that it meant Prof. Dick Shacklett, of Haidinsburg, Shuttleworth an inferior man, while the other gave sco tho Cash Store last week. attended tho Institute here last week. good evidence that it was a variety, of Mr. Granvillo Wilson was with us last Mr. II. S. Clurksou and family, of Big duck. interesting Spring, spent Sunday at thu sulphur week, and mado us quite an speech on tho tropics of the day. well. Early Risers, Early Risers, Early RisMessrs. Geo. E. Drury and R. H. Peners tho famous little pills for constipa Misses Jennio and Hester Woolfolk a ball at Big Spring tion, sick ueauacno, dyspepsia and nor- - .. " . . visited in town the latter part of the nington attended vousness. For sale by bbort & II ay nes, lost week and report a royal timo. Aiweek. & Beeler, liar- Cloverpo.rt, and Beard Tho picnic to bo hero Friday should dlnsburg. G. II. Caspcrko returned from Colobo well attended on account of tho speakHo reports a pleasant rado Friday. ing by McBcath and Montgomery. trip. RAYMOND. All tho county candidates aro requestMrs. J. F. Woolfolk is visiting her picnic grounds Fritho sister, Mrs. Virgo Ilardiu, in Holt's ed to speak on Misa Deo Bashain attended church, day. Thero will bo a stand for them N bottom. and will bo shared by candidates for hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford and daughter, Circuit Judgo. Miss Dora Garduer will teach the fall of New Albany, aro visiting at Mr. Lon school at this place. Morcmen's. Pretty HighToll. Mrs. Frank Claycomb visited Mrs. Mr. Will English and sister, Miss Lost Sunday night the Rov. J. G. Lcn Cashman Monday. Etta, of Stephenspoit, aro visiting relaJones, colored, was coming from HarMisses Janlo and Cora Hendry spent tives hero. Mr. Jess Clarkson and family, of Big dinsburg down tho pike, and when tho lost Tuesday with the Misses Pollock. o was lifted ho Mr. Bloom Parr was tho guest of Miss Spring, spent Sunday at tho sulphur gate at tho well. They expect to camp out there whipped his horso up and rushed Samantha Ralsor Saturday and Sunday. through without paying toll and would next week. Rev;, A. N. Whlttinghlll preached a not stop when called to halt. Monday very Interesting sermon at this placo Tho Institute held here last week morning brought Chris Aid, the r, proved quito a success under tho leaderto town and ho immediately Sunday, ship of Prof, McAulifi'.. About sixty Miss Daisy Payno, of Paynesville, swore out a warrant against the reverend teachers wcro in attendanco. Jones was arrested and spont last week with her cousin, 'Miss gentleman. Mr. W. V. Wheat and Mrs. M. Single-toHo McKnott. brought before Mayor Lightfoot. of Grahampton, wcro married hero confessed his guilt and the lowest fine Mr. Juno Clayspell, of Little Bend, is last Tuesday at tho residence of Mr. that could bo assessed was $10. This, visiting relatives and friends instills lliso by Judgo ltawllngs. with tho cost added, mado tho saving of vicinity. Jas. S. Woolfolk, R. 0. Craycroft and ten cents toll tho night before cost about Mr. Milo Pollock, of Concordia, was Rlchatd Smith were appointed commis $15 at tho coming of tho day, and the selling fruit trees in this neighborhood sioners by tho County Judgo to lay tho preacher learned a valuablo lesson in last week. county out into Magisterial Districts un- lioncsty and economy. Mr. Ivo Bruner, wife and llttlo daught-- ' der tho now law. They met in persu- or, Volmo, visited honfather, Mr. 8. Ai ot the appointmont and divided tho WOOD'S PH0SPHODINE StilT, unco last Sunday. Tho Grout EiiR-lliil-i Homed)', county into flvo districts which districts Mr. William Payno and wife, of Promptly anil pvrma be divided by the County Judge aro to nently curei all forms of Daviess county, aro visiting their daughtinto voting preclncta. We judgo from N'ervoiii Wcakneit, er, Mrs. Mart. Knott. Spermatorrhea, of magisterial districts that tho number and ull vllectt of Abuse or Hxcessct. Ilcen v' Miss Addle Claycomb and Miss Lily thore will bo two voting prcclnctalncach prescribed over is years In district. thousand ol cafcei : Is the Avitt wcro the guests of Mlsa Hardin at- Defer asd After, only ltellable und Honest Lodiburg last Monday, Mrs. Bassett and daughter Annio at- Medicine, known. Ask dtui;gist for Wood's r he offers tome worthiest medipiiosniODiNE; Miss Deo Bashain, of Lodlburg, hao detended tho picnic at Samplo Saturday. cine In place of this, leave hit dishonest store, Inclose price In letter, and we will tend by return clined the idea of going to Morgantown mail. Price, one package, lit tlx.fj. One will Pamphlr,t In plain scaled to school and has decided that she plbasc, six will cure. envelope, a stamps. Address i could learn moro by going to Concordia Tho Waeit ChotHieal G. .Mien,. .Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Ill Wooilwaril AVawa lctroit, to school." Wa-V- Sold in Cloverport bV C. C. Martin, and I. .. . 'y.r ii. mi". , i,J ,. UTUtTRIHS 9VWfJ wnvrv. I.ADIH8 or Out MporisjMPHbkjred, ynm flnd Needing a Write, up, ohtldrtnlags waqtMMfog , James ahouW K9., $1.00 and coat In thaJbg Court' Monday .UHJ roaming for cursiuBd uiltif otfim Of K",";. Me on the awtwl in ti SULZER'S Wish you to get a breezy idon of what thoy " , n '.liavo in.bargnin's. 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