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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892 U im iwii i nmrm-ii Arfmrtlilnir Ti Hat ft SMa Inns. It diuiilil havo the precedence of all other quettlona In the mind oCthc merchant who u I nit at tucccM. The Iriily great merchant owe their lucciui to Jadlclbai advertising, vol. xyn BlaEEBBBB3BBBir TIM By NATHANIEL NO. m iii'ii iiiiii 1, U HAWTHORNE. I LU Tho management of our business, wo aim first at tne HIGHEST H And second at tho LOWEST (&kft We believe cur in both of these directions have reached a point that cannot be surpassed by our competitors. If you have not seen our latest price list send for it. We have an abundant supply bf the best quality of wheat and can fill Special promptly. attention given to 4" ORDERS EXCHANGE $ffi T 1 Every day in the week. Respectfully, ,V l IRViNGTON MILLING GOfiffPANY, :,. yr'tamie 55 IRVINGTON, KY, ' " fe'. f t (mmiifff The Weather is Very lot! Hut wo nro milking it much warmer fur our compi'litCre .Wo nro Belling goods bo clienp it's impossible for nnjono to try to compite witti us. Wo nro nulling july' Jjnw extended sole' I. itdy's Low I.aily'n Low MUic'sfinc c dltrnt Hjlca nfant Children! Slur only 1. .. 4) ,m g5 I.4S old for .1 .1 . tl.io lf7j , .,1 .. jo ' " " " 2.1? jjjly Q O for QQwIill Kf) & J "" isc "ld for it 50c, for only hf 'i , WI.'iiE.'t i- 3,c nnd 60c, jqc, fe. , .' , ' J'"-- : -- . . .. .. . 1 r (jliililrcn 8 biippcre lor oiuy -- ou. . , 50nndC0c. 15 woith Ono lot lady's vests for l.1 d"' -- fr. " 10c. -- ; Clotfiing Department In full of bargains. OneTlot Men's blnck suits was sold for $0.00 going nt $2,89. t- -- L 44 ' '"' Remnant Counter raPHMffiit Has boon replcnlslid, every pleco of J&goods is sold for half price. OJE"!,.. " i PRAZIER'S yiamond AXLE GREASE. ,2 Boxes for 5 cents. If you trade with us you can get moro vflluo received for your monoy. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. HyiilMiil TTm ilrnpl. ipyHMtlM 4f538 WAYNE'S OINTMENTI .'.l VMS fc HiNJi'laW inuiuB. ouni uv i ttr. mmsil iih till' mutAvt tmy lnlrij 1 lf H( ! . Lfl, - .J. Hr i A ikla tlir.irtLiUai.dhailtW in, r i bf mil bf to rn A44rM Pa. tfuilkUMlilA, I'. Ah jwf 4rv4Ul MtY vt rurttonJ on th fH,j Sellers' Liver PiUs. Act Directly on tbe Llrer. By denrecs, nor very slowly, her handiwork bcenrno what would now be termed tho fashion. Whether from commiseration for n woman of so miserable n destiny, or from tho morbid eurioslty that glvca n fictitious valuo oven to common or worthless things, or by whatever other hitangiLlo ciicuuistanco was then as now snfllcient to Iwtow on some pcrbons what othcrx miht hooIc in vain, or bccaiihc Ilcbter rcidly filled n t;iip whicli must otliorwibu have remained vacant, it in certain that rho had ready and fuhly n (Hilled employment for as nuny bourn iui she taw lit to occupy with her needle. Vanity. It may bo, cliche to mortify itcclf by putting on for ceremonials of pomp and state the gur- ments that bml been wrought by her 'sinful hands, frer needlework was wen on tho ruff of tho governor: military men woro it on their scarfs, an J tho miifintcr on his band: it decked tho baby's little cap; it was shut up to bo mildowed and inolder nwuy) in tho coflins of tho dead. Out it is not recorded that in u hinglo instance was her skill called in to embroider tho whito veil which was to cover tho pure . blushes of n brido. Tho exception indi cated tho ever relentless rigor with which society frowned upon her sin. Hester sought not to ucquiro uuythlng boyond a subsistence of tho plainest and most ascetic description for herself and it simple abundance for her child. Her own dress was of tho coarsest materials and tho most somber hue, with only that ono ornament tho scarlet letter which it was her doom to wear. Tho child's attiro, on tho other hand, was distinguished by n fanciful, or, wo might rather say. a fantastic ingenuity, which served indeed to heighten tho airy charm that early bogau to develop itself In tho littlogirl. but which apix-ateto have also u deeper meaning. Wo may wpeak further of it honufter. Except for that small expenditure in tho decoration of her infant, Hester bestowed all lu-- superfluous means in charity on wro.uhos loss miserable th.m herself, and who not unfmivrcntly insulted tho baud that fed them. Much of tho time, which she might readily havo applied to tho hotter eiforts of her art, sho employed in making coarso garments for tho jxjor. It is probablo that thero was an idea of pennuco in this mode of occupation, and that sho otlercd up n real sacrifice of enjoymcut in devoting so many hours to such rndo handiwork. Sho had in hor nature a rich, voluptuous, oriental cliaraotcristio a tasto for tho gorgeously beautiful, which savo in tho exquisito productions of her ncedlo found nothing elso in all tho possibilities of her lifo to oxcrciso itself upon. Women derivo a pleasure, incomprehensible to tho other sex, from tho delicate toil of tho needle. To Hester Prynno it might havo been n modo of oxprcssing, and therefore soothing, tho passion of her lifo. Liko all other joys, sho rejected it as sin. This morbid 1 meddling of conscience with an immaterial matter betokened, it is to be feared, im genuine and steadfast- - peid-teubut something 'doubtful, something that might bo deeply wrong, beneath. Her imagination vw somewhat affected, and had sho been of n softer moral and intellectual fiber would havo been still mote to by the btrnugo and solitary anguish of her life. Walking to and f 10. with tho.'-- lonely footsteps, in the little wot Id with whicli bho was outwardly connected, it now and then appeared to Hester if altogether fancy, it was novertlieless too potent to bo resisted sho felt or fancied, then, that tho 6carlet letter had endowed her with a now senso. Sho shuddered to bcliovo. yet could not help bolioving. that it gave hor a sympathetic knowlodgo of tho hidden sin in other hearts. . Sho was terror stricken b) tho revclatious that wero thus, inado. What woro they? Could thoy bo other than tho insidious whlo-porof tho bad nngol, who would fain havo persuaded tho struggling woman, as yet only half his victim, that tho outward guiso of purity was but n Ho, nnd that, if truth wero everywhere to be shown, n scarlet letter would blazo forth on many a bo30in besides Hester Prynno's? r must sho receive thoso intimations, so obsenro, yot so distinct, ns truth? In all hor mlserablo oxporionco there waa nothing olso so awful and so loath-Bom- o as this senso. It pcrploxcd re well as shocked hor by tho lrroverent tnopportunoness of tho occasions that brought it into vivid action. Somotimos tho rod infamy upon hor breast would glvo n sympathetic throb, as ho passed near a vcnornblo minister or magistrato, tho model of ploty and justico, to whom that ago of antique rovorenco looked up, as to a moral man in fellowship with angels. "What ovil thing is at hand?" would Uestor say to hersolf. Lifting her reluctant oyes, thoro would bo nothing human within tho scopo of vtow savo tho form of this earthly sainti Again, a mystic sisterhood would assort itsolf, as sho mot tho sanctified frown of somo matron, who, according tr tho rumor of all tongncs, had kept cold snow within Iter bosom throughout lifo. That unsunned snow In tho matron's bosom and tho burning shamo on Hester Prynno's what had tho two hi common? Or, oico more, tho olectrio thrill would glvo hor'waxnlng "Bohold, Hester, hero is a companion I" and looking up sho would detect tho oyea of a young maiden glancing at tho scarlet lottor shyly and asido and quickly avorted with a faint, chill crimson inhorchcoks, on if hor purity woro somowhat sullied by that momentary glance O fiond, whoso talisman was that fatal symbol, wouldst thou leavo nothing, whether in youth or ago, for this poor sinner to Such loss of faith is over ono of the saddest results of sin. Do it accepted m a proof that all was riot corrupt in this poor victim of hor own frailty nnd man's hard law that Heater Prynno yet struggled to bolioyo that no fellow mortal was guilty liko herself. Tho vulgar who in thoso dreary old o times wcto always contributing a horror to what interested their Imaginations' had a story about tho scarlet letter wJdedi wo might readily work up iuto a terriflo logend. Thoy averred that the symbol 'was not moro scarlet cloth tingedjn an earthly dye pot, but waa red hot with' infernal fire, and could bo seen glowing all alight whenever Hester Prynno walked abroad In the r co, e gro-tosqu- cent lifo liad "sprung, by ILo inscrutable decrco of Providence, n lovely nnd immortal flower out of tho rank luxuriance of a guilty passion. How strango It seemed to tho sad woman us sho watched tho growth nnd tho beauty that became everyday moro brilliant, nnd tho intelligence that threw its quivering sunshine over tho tiny features of this child! Hor Pearl for so luul Hester called her: not asanameexprcssivoof her aspect, which had nothing of the calm, whito, luster that would lx indicated by tho comparison. But sho named tho Infant "Pearl," a being of great price, purchased with nil she had. her mother's only trensuro! How strange, indued! Man had marked this woman's Rin by a scarlet lutte. which had such potent and disastrous cfllcacy that no human sympathy could reach hor, savo it wero sinful liko God, as u direct consequenco of tho sin which man thus punished, had given her n lovely child, whoso place was on that saino dishonored bosom, to connect her parent forover with the race and descent of mortals, nnd to be Yet finally a blessed soul theso thoughts affected Hester Prynue less with hope than apprehension. She know that her deed had been evil: she could havo no faith therefore that its result would bq good. Day after day sho looked fearfully iuto tho child's expanding naturo, over deading to detect some dark and wild peculiarity that should correspond with tho guiltiness to which sho owed her being. Certainly there was no physical defect. By its perfect shapo, its vigor and its natural dexterity in the uso of all its untried limbs, the infant was worthy to havo been brought forth in Eden; worthy to havo been left there, to bo tho plaything of tho angels after the world's first parents wero driven out Tho child had a native grace which does net invariably coexist with faultless beauty; its attiro, however siuiplo, always impressed tho beholder as if it were the very garb that preciwsly bccnino it bc3t. But little Pearl was not clad in rustic weeds. Her mother, with a morbid that may bo better understood hereafter, had bought the richest tissues that could bo proem ed. and allowed her imaginative faculty its full play in the arrangement and decoration of the drestes which the child woie before the public eye. So magnificent was the small figure when thus arrayed, and such was the splendor of Pearl's own proior beauty, shining through tho gorgeous robes which might havo extinguished a paler loveliness, that thero was an absolute circlo of nulianco around her on tho darksomo cottage floor. And yet a russet gown, torn and boiled with tho child's rudo play, made n picture of her just as perfect. Pearl's aspect was imbued with a spell of infinite variety; in this ono child there wero many children, comprehending tho full scope between tho wild flower prcttiness of a peasant baby and tho pomp, in little, of an infant princess. Throughout all. howover, thoro was a trait of passion, a certain depth of htw, which sho never lost, nnd if, in any of her changes, sho had grown fainter or paler, she would havo ceased to bo herself it would hnvo been n uniin-passioneher--selpur-poso longer-Pea- rl I - - - - - This outward mutability indleatod. and did not moro than fairly express, tho various properties of her inner lifo. Her naturo appeared to possess depth, too, ns well n3 variety, but or olso Hester's fcavo deceived hor -- it Incited reference nnd adaptation to the world Into which sho was burn. The child could not be mado r.uicuaHo to rules. In giving her existence n great Inw hnd been brokon. nnd tho result was a being whose were perhaps beautiful nnd brilliant, but nil in disorder, or with au order peculiar to themselves, amid which tho point of variety and arrangement wan difdcult or imporsiblg to be discovered. How soon wllh what r.trango rapidity, indeed! did Pearl arrive ut nn ago that was capable of social intercourse beyond the mother's ever ready smile and nonsense words! And then what a happiness would it have been could Hes-to- r Prynno have heard her clear, bird-lik- o volco mingling with tho uproar of other childish voices, and havo distinguished and unraveled her own darling's tones amid all tho entangled outcry of a group of sportive children! But this could never bo. Pearl was n born out-enof tho infnntilo world. An imp of ovil, emblem and product of sin, sho had no right among christened infants. Nothing was more rcmnrkablo than the instinct, as it eceined, with which the child comprehended her loneliness; the destiny that had drawn nn inviolable circlo round about her; tho whole peculiarity, in short, of her position in to other children. Nover, sinco her relcaso from prison, hnd Hester met the public guzo without her. In nil her wulks about tho town Pearl, too, was thoro: first as tho babe in arms and afterward ns tho littlo girl, small companion of her mother, holding a forefinger with her whole grasp, nnd tripping along at tho rato of throoot four footsteps to ono of Hcstor's. She saw tho children of tho settlement on tho grassy margin of tho street, or at the s domestic thresholds, disporting in such grim fashion as the Puritanic nature would permit playing at going to church, perchance; or at scourging Quakers, or taking scalps in n sham fight with tho Indians; or scaring one another with freaks of imitatlvo witchcraft Pearl saw and gazed intently, but never sought to inalto acquaintance. In tho nftcrnoon of a certain summor'i day, after lHarl grow big enough to run about sho amused herself with gathering handfuls of wild (lowers nnd flinging them, ono by ono. nt hor mother's bosom; dancing up nnd down, liko n little elf, whenever sho hit the scarlet letter. Hester's first motion had been to cover her bosom with hor clasped hands, but whctlicr from pride or resignation, or a feeling that her penance might best bo wrought out by thiH unutterable pain, sho resisted tho impulse and Rat erect, pale us death, looking sadly into littlo Pearl's wild oyes. Still camo tho battery of flowers, almost invariably hitting tho mark and covoring tho mothor'a breast with hurts for which sho could find no balm in this world, nor knew how to seek It in another. At last, hor shot being nil expended, the child stood still nnd gazed at Uostor, with that littlo, langhing imngo of a fiend peeping out or, whether it peeped or no, her mother so imagined it from of her black eyes. tho unsenrchable-'abys"Child what art thouT pried the ts st them-solve- Nor did shoput tliu question altogether idly, but for the moment with a tfrtiou of genuine earnestness, for such was Pearl's wonderful intelligence that lcr mother half doubted whether she was not acquainted with the secret spell of her existenco and might not now reveal herself. "Yes, am little Pearl!" repeated the child, continuing her antics. "Thou art not my childl Thou art no Pearl of mine!" said tho mother half playfully, for it was often the case that a sportive influence came over her in the midst of her drecrt sullering. "Tell mo. then, what art thou and who scut thee hither." "Tell mo. mother!" said the child seriously, 'coming up to Hester and pressing 1X thou herself close to her knet-s- . tell me!" "Thy Heavenly Father tent thee!" Hester Prynno. But she said it with a hesitation that did not escaiie the ucuteuesH of tho child. Whether moved only by her ordinary frcukishncss or becauso an evil spirit prompted her, she put np her small forefinger and touched tho scarlet letter. "Ho did not send mo!" cried sho positively. "1 havo no Heavenly Fatherl" "Hush. Pearl, hush! Thou must not talk so!" answered the mother, suppressing a gi oan. "He sent us all iuto this world. He sent even mo, thy mother. Then, much moro, thee! Or if not, thou strange and elfish child whenco didst thou coineT "Tell mot Tell tnc!" related Pearl, no longer seriously, but laughing nnd capering about flio floor "It is thou that must toll mot" But Hester could not resolve the query, being herself in u dismal labyrinth of doubt, Sho remembered betwixt n smilo and a shudder the talk of the' neighboring townsjxxiplc who, seeking vainly elsewhere for tho child's paternity, and observing somo of her odd attributes, had given out that oor little Pearl was a demon offspring. Hester Prynno went one day to tho mansion of Oovernor Uelliughau with a pair of gloves, which sho had fringed and embroidered to his order, and which were to bo worn on some great occasion of state, for, though the chances of a popular election luul caused this former ruler to descend a step or two from tho highest rank, ho still hold anhouorubluuud Influential plnco among tho colonial magistracy. Another nnd far more important reason than tho delivery of a pair of embroidered gloves impelled Hester at this timo to seek an interview with n of so much power and activity in tho affairs of tho settlement It had reached her ears that thero waa n design on tho part of bomo of tho loading inhabitants cherishing tho moro rigid order of principles in religion and government to iicprivo her of her child. On the 8V .(position thnt Pearl, as already hinted, was of demon origin, theso good peoplo not unreasonably argued that a Christian intorcst in tho mother's soul required them to rcmovo such a stumbling block from her path. If tho child, on the other hand, wero really capablo of moral and religions growth, mid possessed tho elements of ultimato salvation, thou smely it would enjoy all tho fairer prospect of these advantages by being' transferred to "Wiser nnd better guardianship than Hester Prynno's. Among thoso who promoted the design Governor Bcllingham was said to bo ono of tho most busy. Full of concern, therefore, but so conscious of hor own right that it seemed scarcely an unequal match between tho public on the ono sido and a lonoly woman, backed by tho sympathies of nature, on tho other, Hester Prynno sot forth from her solitary cottage. Littlo Pearl, of course, was her companion. Sho was now of nn ago to run lightly along by hur mother's side, nnd constantly iu motion from morn till sunset could havo accomplished a much longer journey than that before her. Often, novertlieless, moro from caprice than necessity, sho demanded to bo taken up iu aims; but waa soon as imperious to bo sot down again, nnd frisked onward before Hcstor on tho grassy pathway with minj' a harmless trip nnd tumble. 1 pcr-sona- A BAD WRECK. TWO FREIGHT TRAINS COLIDE ON THE TEXAS, WITH DISASTROUS RESULTS. PROMPT RELIEF For biliousness, nausea, and dizziness, take diarrhoea, 321 WEST MARKET, BET. GREAT BIG Harry Roth and Thomas Ma:ch jured. In- Tho uorst wn ck that has oceuired on the, I, , -- t. I.. & T. Mnce its construction happened Tin sday nijiht about 8:1!!) jui-- t below iVlnt'k at Howard, a Wt st Point, and was cmiu'd by tbe ii of two ficilit trn'ns. Tlie bound local fr. ipht (No 52), In charge ( Harry Kolli.i nejneei; Frank Hall, fin iiuin; and John Prentice, conductor, was behind time but bad the rii-h-t of the track to Wert, Point. The Wcet bound through freight (No. 0,'l), in charge of John Meauzy, engineer; Uojd fireman; and Win. Shields, conductor, was on time, and bad light of track, coining West to West Point. At some htatiou above West Point, No. 03 passed an N. N. & M. V. freight train on a siding nnd tho conductor without paying strict attention thought it was No. 02. When he got to West Point he registered his train, and with the idea in Lis, head that he had passed (12 up tho road, did not notice that 02 was not yet registered, but stepped back to his caboose and signaled the engineer to go nhead. Taking his conductors word for it, though ho is equally responsible, Meaiuy pulled out and was soon dashing down the line at the rate of eighteen or twenty miles nn hour. Itight nt Howards inn short bend ho met Harry Hoth, w 1th 02, com ing up tho road at about the same rato of speed. When they saw each other's head-light- s the engineers and firemen jumpMl, Huh saving their lives, and the two loiig,heavy trains came together with terriflie force, almost compl. tly demolishing the locoiiiotivis and wrecking about twelve cats. Thomas Match, a bnakman on 02, broke his left leg just below tho knee when he h aped from the tup of the train to savo his life, and the fracture is so bad j that tho limb will probably havo to ho amputated. Engineer Hoth also recived an injury by severely spraining his left nnkle when he leaped and will probably be laid up for some time. lie is at the Cloverport. Hotel now and is doing as well as could bo expected. No ono elso toll-M"- Ayer's Pills the best family medicine, purely vegetable, Every Dose Effective Tho I'm co Illll Benjamin Harrison will go down in history as tho force bill president. After the Republicans had been wrecked in tho congicssinnal campaign of 1600, tho ono voice which called them hack to order was that of Harrison, with the force bill as his theme. Lnmentablo as tho fact may be, tho issuo of tho presidential election of 1893, forced upon us by Harrison's renomina-tiou- , Is tho upheaval of tho social fabric of tho south through tho agency of the forco bill. The nominee of tho Chicago convention must bo loyally supported by overy Democrat. Tl.o south has too much at stako for local bickerings to endanger. Tho New York Democracy has always been loyal, aud iu this hour of supremo need it is called upon to remain loyal. Atlanta Constitution. HOLE THE GROIfi That's all that's left now of our old hou r Third nnd Market, where our noli (largest and flneht in tho South,) Wilfi Just half n square below wo occupy TeM Look us up when you cow Quarters. Louisville, it win pay you to no so. we'll sell you clothes cheaper than youl bought befoie, and our word is out that undersell nny nnd all competition unite 8prij and nil circumstances. Left-ovWinter buits still going for nbout half,- Mail Orders, with cash, get best banatlii tho house Try us this fall and we'll N for life. t J THIED I 1 AND I & FOURTH NORTH j $ 3 side YELLOW 1 1 ill FRONT. During the epidemic of flux in this county, in 18S8, 1 had hard work to keep a supply of Ch nub rlain's Colic, Cholera anil Diunlitei Remedy on hand. People often came t n or twelve miles in the night to get a bottle of tho remeI have been selling patent medidy. cines for the p.tst ten years and find that it has given better satisfaction in eases of diarrhiea and flux than any other medicine I have ever handled." J. II. Hiiniiam, Druggist, Golcondn, Pope Co., III. Over five hundred botths of this Itemed)' were sold in that county during the epidemic referred to. It was a perfect success and was tho only reined) that did cure the worst cases. Doens of persons thero will certify that it saved their lives. In four other epidemics of bowel complaint this remedy has been 25 and 50 cent b equally successful. for sale by A. It. Fisher. bot-Uc- il o: m2E2S Louisvllitj m mt b ffi?MV ui'ibx wr Greatest C k&4 $ H othiif e. IN TEMPORARY QUARK? S. - Hou-- J HARDINSBURG Normal nstituti OrriQ Pivf wj.. L. Bfln 1QQ9. Cino I'ulr Wurnlnir. was hint. , A keen senso of humor had n certnln And continues until tho first Friday in July 1893P convict at Dartmoor, who carted down Coconnut Pudding. Tho following courses will bo taught : Primary, Interact from his cell ono night his books, etc., Peel and cut up the cocoanut nnd wash aud handed thein to tho principal wardci Toucher's, IUtpinees, Engineer's Scientific, Classical and Musical. and wipe tho pieces, weigh half pound, with n statement that as ho was going grato it fine; and then take two pounds of home on tho morrow ho required them rolled soda crackers. Stir together until no longer. very light, quarter of a pound of butter, "Eh, what!" tho officer exclaimed. PRIMARY, 1.G0 Tor Mc ami a quarter of n pound of powderi d and a wineglass of rose water; "Why, you'vo got soven or eight yean INTERMEDIATE, while Migar 2.00 " taki the whites, onlv, of four eggs, beat to do, my man," 'A "No, I ain't." tho prisoner replied; OTHER COURSES, them to a btifl' froth and btir them gradu3.00 " ally into tho butter and sugar in turn "I'm off homo toinortow." Having stirpnyahlo in advance. Tuition witl the grated cocoanut This statement caused much merrired tliCtWholu very hard at tho last, put ment amongst tho officials and wnrders it ltio ft'piP limilteirwith a rich pieasto standing- - by. They lnugUetl oa tlATothtr -'-- and Imki- - it half an hour. This pie is side of tho mouth, however, tho next list. baked without a top ci Hoarding, including fuel and lights, may he had in privato fami early iu the day mado a day, for B daring and successful escape from the from Si) 00 to $10 per month. IUuIcIhk, I'lmpli- , liver lutein's, gang in which ho was working on the M I). tlbt qiikk ilUp.ilclicB, bogs, and decamped across tho moor. Diln s v.i Incipient Loudon Clcxrn tin- lilixul I mm iiUiinmik Innniri,; . w, ,- - Tuition Fees. Board.Iio.-i.uu- i- . - Tit-Bit- s. Alliiiu one, wlme'cr ymi lie, Try tin-- worth ofO. M. D. whleli Is tho great Golden Medical covery of Dr. Pierce n wonderful tonic r. Tho "Discovery" is and blnod-purin standard remedy for consumption, bronchitis, colds and lung troubles; or cure, if taken in guaranteed to time, or money n funded. Dis- Where The Fashions Come From. judo" and Fashion is called a "fh-klyet nearly everp stylo is designed with somo special object in view. Often tho manufacturer has created somo now material which ho Intends to plnco beforo tho merchant ; to mako tho best impression possiblo ho has samples of tho new material placed with some of tho best modists whose special designers will study tho goods, its color nnd texture, nnd its combination with other colors Whilo experimenting and materials. with tho material thoy create somo to attract attontion ; theso designs aro produced in colored plates and sent to all prominent dealers to give them an idea of the valuo of tho now material. If theso styles aro liked they become the faction. Sometimes a dress made for somo leading artist, who has to dress as well as act tho chaiacter in tho play, is often so beautiful or iiniquo as to cause a sensation, nnd it immediately becomes nil tho new-styl- littlo complaints as heartburn, headache, tootache, sour stomach, etc., aro not often fatal, hut very annoying. All such troubles are quickly cured by Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A.C. ltayner Shops, W. Va., says : "I have been afflicted with heartburn and sour stomach for four vears. Found no relief until I used Lightning Hot Drops. I can honestly say that Lightning Hot Drops has All dealers sell it. cured me entirely." 25 and 50c. bottler. Such The ISmboillmrnt of tlcrTificracy. From tho instant that Mr. Cloveland was declared its noniineo by tho chairman of our national Democratic convento bo a privato citizen nnd tion became tho represontativo nnd embodiment of tho success nnd the principles of Democracy, so It is our duty as Democrats to bury in tho gravo of oblivion all hot-ease- Healthy. Peoplo kind and For iinformntion address, LoGfii ion. . R. P. SHACKLETT, " Prin. HARDINSBURG, K H fl fFh ITS xl7 f 7 rP D" NTHER & BROi East Main St., - 401-40- continued. Mr. John Cnrponter, of Good'and Ind., says: "I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Dianluea Ilemedy, for diarrhien nnd severe cramps and pains in tho stomach nnd bowels with tho best results. In tho worst cases 1 never hnd to glvo moro than the third doso to effect a cure. In most cases one doso will do. Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to tako." 23 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A. K. Fisher. An Original Prize Contest. To tho first person who by taking two letters from tho woid "Plague," can make the nanio of a disease that is common in portions of both Canada and the United States, will bo given an elegant upright piano, (valued at $125, or its equivalent in cash, as preferred). To tho second person will ho given a Pony, C: rt ind Harness complete, (valued at $200, or its equivalent in cash, if preferred). To tho third person will bo given an elegant Gold Watch valued at S7o, or Fifty other its equivalent in cash. priz h, ranging In valuo from twenty-flv- o dollars to flvo dollars will bo awarded to tho next fifty persons sending correct solutions strictly In order as received. prize If you havo tried other competitions without Biiccess you must not condemn theso offered by this company, as thoy nro perfectly reliable, and are carried on in good faith. Contestants must encloso U. S. Postal Noto for U, S. thirty cents, (or fifteen two-eostamps) for ono month's trial subscription to tllO IiAniKH Pictoiiiai. Wkkki.Vi which is tho handsomest nnd best illustrated weekly publication for ladies on this continent Tho only object in offering this competition is to introduce It into now homes, and wo guarantee that no partiality will bo shown In tho awarding of prizes. Persons living nt n distance, or In tho United States, havo as good an opportunity, ns tho ditto of postmark on letters will bo given precodencu so Address, nnswor early. Ladles' Pictorial Co., "D." Toronto, Canada, d rago. Most largo havo special each month over two years. Havo tried difTeient now btyles suitablo for tho season nnd kinds of kidney medicine, hut got no reFrom theso tho the new innterinls lief. I was not nblo to rldo horseback, best nro selected nnd tho garments made aud scarcely able to attend to my busin p accordingly. I commenced using Lightning ness. Thq reason La Mode le Pari, Pari Kidney and Liver Remedy, and before I Album of Fashion and 7xi Cuitturierc give had used ono bottle I began to impjovo. tho earliest styles aud thoso that nro re- I havo taken four or flvo bottles and am liable is becauso they aro nt tho very most cured." For sale by all dealers. fotintnin head of Fadiion and know just what Is going to bo popular. When you 'Ha StnmU fur Kofurni. upon which get Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Kcop in Stock New and Second-hanMachinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goi) Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. A pain in tho sido or back and spots C6T PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory' on tho faco indicate kidnov nnd liver disestablishments in Paris Correspondence solicited. order. Mr. Geo. P. Eckes, Lorontz, W, artists who furnish them : troublo for Va., says "I hnd kidney with a certain number of d past differences, and with a unanimity of purpoho and in unbioken ranks bear onward and to victory the banner of our party. Tho man who seeks to revive old differences or attempts to create a breach in tho Democratic tanks of this or nny othor stato a traitor to his party and an enemy to his peoplo. Thero aro but two parties known iu tho great contest now upon us. Republicanism, as represented iu Benjamin Harrison, and Democracy, as represented in Grover Cleveland. Columbia (S. C.) Register. Eo From I iitTiEis; BUS1NI to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL F80MY im MACHINE .. GIVE TJS JL J, 0-A.Ij- Ij. J.0. 1I0UUNE, M. HARPER, BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS!! C0j Commission Salesmen ot mke CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEER BOURBON STOCK YARDS. m 4M m one get n fashion journal, you can depend for correct ideas of stylo and material, for remember that if you wish to show correct and good tasto yourself you will need to study theso styles which aro artistic and reliable. If you wish to keep up to the styles wo adviBO you to subscribe for La SUxle tk Parit, $.1.50 per year, or Pari Athiw of Fashion, $3.5p per year. Theso aro tho most ar, tistic fashion journals published. CotdiinVre is n lino homo journal forijtt.OO per year and Ia Mode Is only S1.5P per year. You can generally get singlo copies from your nowsdenler, but do not allow him to give you somo other journal for ono of theso. You cnu gut them If you write to the publishers, Messrs. A. McDowell A Co., 4 West Hth Street, Now York. Mr. Cleveland gave the south its first chanco slnco tho war. Ho stands preeminently for policies of reform. It won becauso of this ho was nominated. Ho will repeat his splendid career in tho four years beginning March 8, 189X Chattanooga Timos. "UoUt by 1(h Dun IVtnril." o Thoro uro signs In tho Now York and elsewhere that tho Republican leadors aro lcglnning to ropont that forco bill plank in tho Minneapolis platform. But tho party is squarely on record lnlta favor, No regrets can nltor facta. Boa-to- n Globe, Tri-bun- 4HSSV4 1 fc m Capital, !I7C0,000. -- The Tradesmens National Bai OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. Organtsod as a State Bank 18JJ Uadw KaUeaal Aot Tm-- h ii, i T I 'I ( n n 1M. hmi I Grmhs, Pru't, Lap C, tamj, Mm F. Btnjj Thuy Tour II U Whothcr or not ho was in tho wav, Mr. Stevenson seems to 1m a general mark for tho shoto of Republican editors, ChlcngoMall. How llurrUou HvfiioniU Ncgroec Theio aro 80,000 colored yotere In Ohio CORUESPONDENCE INVITED. A.000UNT8 INVO "April showora mako lay flqwora. and wet feet mako boil colil, tbut Light-- n &ttttZfr&&&4 FOR V Jfora weak and .tlredfeoling, low of and not a postmaster auiong them. M6W sgirw, ndaeneral dbllity. Lightning xiiwe art) wwruinf ..yifcj FflECKENRIDGE NEWS. 1892. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. A. W. Moremen is nltonding tho p.m. Cor-ydo- fKDNESDAY, AUQUST 31, Proprietors. all and Express going East West Express n L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO WIBT. D. A VIRGIL, O. HA1111AGB, Editor! and Paiiengor Dally arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:4! 001.10 XA8T. I,., at. ti. A: T. IjOcbI Time Card. Eait &.67 Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg- - 7:50 a.m 10.01 a.m. -- 10.44 a.m. oe. freight " lie-t- ' " Weit East Weit p.m. 9.48 p.m. 11.19 a.m. i0.0&.a.m. Tins latest election nows, just received we go to 1 1 rcf f, ib that McTenili rticcivul tho nomination lot Circuit Hardin kilgo by n small majority. intygavo Montgomery n majority of wlijlo Grayson gavo JIcBcath 485 ; ff ae.Meade, 215 ; and Brcckcnndgo This gives Mclfcatti a mait 60 in the district, and the ofilc- bint will not vary much from these ii io Attorneys race uneii uas re Ilho nomination over llabbago by much creator majority than there ttyiho Judgo's race. Clielf carried lin county over Baubage by boo ma- whilo Babbago carried Grayson uy aeu, 11911 py 4uu; urecuennugo fielf probably out-ra- n Babbago in icoiiuty by a few votes. Baptists of this city are making Preparations to entertain the mem- and visitors to the Association which Us ''hero Thursday, September 15th. rco delegation is expected ond tlioso Nil tend can look for a hearty welcome ferny from the members of their own unihiation, but from nil. The Sews & Co's. rmmo of all good people extends Dried fruit market is now open and lial, invitation to tho members of we have a nice line of new nnd seasont'cliurch in tho Goshen Association able goods for w hich wo will exchange. ino and spend a pleasant Beard & Beeler. ju. Tho latch strings of all our peo- Mrs. Margaret Colgan, Mrs L. II. found on tho outsido come. and daughter, Mamie Lewis, of Webster, aro visiting Miss Florence lhat the last primary is over, let Smith. nocrat squaro himself ngainst Drop in at Mrs. S. A. Halley & Co's Wo will probably have by. and see thot-- splendid crayon pictures cat fighta this fall, nnd there given away with every SlO's worth of kbo no sluggards in tho Democrat- goods. Kip. As soon as tho official count Professor J. S. Dickey nnd son, of Lex1 primary is made and the results ington, Miss., n former principal of tho wo will placo tho Democratic 'unced, Hardinsburg High school, was hero last (u.'t at tho head of this column, from Lvcland down, and battle for its suc- - week. Take your photo to Mrs. S. A. Halley and have a tine crayon made. Buy $10 worth of goods and tins will give you the 7& know of two good roads in this 5nty, and tho overseers, whoever they picture free. Men's suits $5 and up; children's suits lylio. descrvo credit for keeping them e refer to the one SI and up. Special prices for the next fcoojl onlcr. Itii Stcphenspoit to Union Star nnd ono thirty days. Come nnd bo convinced. Itn Irvington to Bcwleyville. There is Beard & Beeler. fotlicr fact in connection with these SAMPLE. roads, nnd that is that at the end of thcr pno of them there is a good mnrk- Miss Lena (iilliland will lcgin her Jor the farmer. school nt this place the third Monday in imkoI the People's Party men are September. Miss Nannie Elder; of Ithodelin, was pTdcrably cut up over tho Uepubli-t- s having tho nudacity to put out n visiting ntJ.Mr. J. M. Muttingly's several tldidato for Congress in this district. days last week. iy, what need that to concern you, Mrs. Hunter ond granddaughter, Miss Ritlemcn? Republicans aro not Poo Jennie Miller, aro visiting relatives in rs Tarty men. It seems that you had Madison, Ind. fn cherishing tho fond delusion that Mr. A. J. Bennett nnd family wero vis Itepublicans were going to don your iting at Mr. Ben Bcnuchainp's, near fit of many colors, M. L. Gardiner. Pierce, Sunday. Missrs. Milton Miller nnd D. II. Severs "Peepee" papers will hold a colt show at Union Star continually deceiving their readers h tho assertion that the Democrats September 10th. Mr. James Grcenwoll, of Stephonsport, lltnnubllcans aro ioinim; forces and Mr. J. B. giing together. Now just entertain was visiting his great-unclAbsurd idea n moment, for the sake Jolly, last Sunday. The weather continues very dry. lament, and suppose it to be a fact ; STecpees" would not get to smell Crops aro injured, and pastures look tattle. very dry nnd dead. Miss Mny D. Beauchamp, who hns Iliero over was fun in n campaign, been spending several weeks with her jeoplo down in the Second aro hav- - mint, Mrs. II. C. Gibson, returned to hor tt. Tho Peepecs havo hired a man home, near Pierce, Sunday. Tennessee, named llobcrts, to eomo Mr. Frank Bashnm, of Morgnntown, is lte.ro and teach politics to tho Ken expected heie tho last of this week to ans, and ho ha? been met on every visit his wife, who is spending several tp by tho little giant, John S. Hhen. weeks with hor father, Mr. J. B. Jolly. EH know what tho result is. Ad-kissj "ilKEeiui-Anarchistic e, School begins next Monday. David Murray was in town Saturday Frank Haswcll went to Owcnsboro last Friday. Mrs. J. A. Witt is visiting at Home, Intl., and Owcnsboro Ky. Dr. II. C. Board nnd daughter went to McDanicls last Saturday. Mr. Bob Smith, of Irvington, was nt homo Saturday and Sunday. Highest market prico paid for all kinds of produce. Beard & Beeler. Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, was visiting relatives hero last week. Dr. X. C. Moscly and wifo visited Mrs. M. Skinner at West Point last week. Mrs. Clara Ely and children, of St. Louis, Mo., nro visiting Mrs. V. Daniel. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mathews and family, of Owensboro, wero visiting at Mrs. Daniels' last week. Tho Woman's Missionary Society meets with Mrs. W. K. Barnes next Friday evening. A full attendanco is desired. Mrs. Thomas Withers has returned from Christiansburg, Vn., where sho hns been spending tho Summer with her mother. Just think of it! A flno crayon picture, worth $10, given away with every SlO's worth of goods at Mrs. P. A. Halley News is more than proud of Mr. Eigo's vote in this town. It likes to lint spirit of homo pride, such as was fcyed ! PISGAH. G, L. Taul is on tho sick list. W. G. Pumphrey will return to Louis- hero last Saturday. If tho ville county had stood up to their man T. M. Bates returned homo from Uardin,Virgo Babbago would have Hawesvillo Monday. tho nominee Mr. C. P. Polk, of Tobinsport, Ind., was tho guest of Mr. W. B. Taul WedV. V. P's need not carry clubs to nesday. kJUiemselves with in this town, but Mr. David Iinle, the hustling sowing ihould havo a good sized shillalah tnachino man, was in our midst Thursgvhlch to maul tho young men for day ami Friday. being with them. Tho very idea of T. W. Pate and wifo havo just returned ifiiiries as exist hero having to go any- from a visit to Iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. fro without beaux Win. Bates, Cave Spring. Mias Hubio Hyan returned Sunday ir. Democrats of this district haven't ! thine on their hands bv nnv from Ilnwesvllle, where sho has been aty It will take good work nnd tho tending tho Teacher's Institute. organization to pull through. Mr. W. (I. Newman killed an enorDemocrat do hisduty from now mous rattlesnako Sunday. It was neartil oyombcr. ly live feet long and had thirteen rattles. Nat says that if tho thief wiio stole .parties in tills town who wero his breeches doesn't bring them bark to iiiigaWKD uiiiimngoii account 01 tho stavo tree, whero ho got them, ho jw? up tno Texas and will make it hot for him. Mmnlygtux havo no excuse on any longer. Hardinsburg Carlisle Club. Tho Democrats of Ilordinsburg havo defeated has opened their campaign in n systematic action f knowing that it was way. On August 12th, n campaign club fault I lus homo people who was organized with thirty-flv- o members, liltn like men. Especially so and on last Saturday night tho number IthcC JtowMKwhcro ho wna born was increased to seventy. This means J. soventy working Democrats and not a combination of all ages and si7es. jiffod hjron who know that Tho constitution of tho club is in kry'B vw?in tho county cost every particular ndmirablo, and it is in- a good Jig sum of money. tonded to bo perpetual. Its main intention, as set forth in tho 3AKTsayrtho Union Star Dis- - constitution, Is to advance tho interests t splendid shape, and will iro to of Democracy by educating tho peoplo BJnsburg with 125 Democratic major- - on important issues, nnd to sec ro united effort. The club meets weekly and a committeo on speakers always provide Se&fneas Can't be Cured entertainment for tiio crowd. At the local Applications, as they cannot last meotingT.lt. Mclleath nnd V. G. Ih tho diseased portion of tho car. Babbago mado speeches and at tho next Iro isttnly ono way to euro deafness, meeting Prof. Shacklctt will talk about Fthtu is by constitutional "remedies. Political Economy. Somo prominent new is cauittiu uy an iimameu contu- - Democrats will visit tho club before ii Jho mucous lining of tho Eustno-iTubtho election. So far as known this Is tho "When this tubo get in- - first club in Kentucky or anywhere else .youjiave a rumbling sound or to honor Kentucky's greatest statesman trine, and when it Is cntiro- - John G. Carlisle. .Deuiness Is tho result, and un- Senator Carlisle hns declared his in jnrnntlon can be taken out tention to visit Hardinsburg in Septemstored to Its normal con- - ber. yet known, Tho jgjtilLbo destroyed for- - club mado provisions early for badges ro caused and such necessary equipments and will v a soya I welcomp y. : 1 ' ; fiing ullage'-althoug- m 11 There is not much need of local politics in tho District of Columbia, nnd the field of national politics is well enough Misses Jennie Henley, of New Albany, and Ray Merrill, who have been visit- covered by tho daily press. What I mean by local politics not boing much ing tho Misses Lewis, nnd Lafayette needed hero is this : Tho constitution ono of Cloverport's fairest daughtof tho United States provides that tho ers, who was visiting at Dr. C. Pusey's, District of Columbia shall bo undor tho havo left for their respective homes. exclusive control of Congress. Prior to Mrs. Ticia Wilson, St. Louis, Mrs. 1873, there was a city government, witli Mary Stuart, Owensboro, and her two mayor, nldermon, common council and grand children, Misses Mary Allen and all the other adjuncts to a city's control Blnnche Stuart, aro visiting their broth- nnd tho taxpnyer's woes, generally found ers, Messrs. James and Clint Fnirleigh. in our almost uniformly Mrs. Stuart and children will go from American cities. Sinco tho dato abovo hero to Brooklyn, whero sho expects to mentioned tho District has boon conmake her homo with hor son, Alf Stuart. trolled by n Board of Commissioners, and tho peoplo of tho District nro totally STEPHENSPORT. disfranchised. In the appointment of It. A. Shcllman went to Owcnsboro tho Commissioners, tho Presidont must appoint ono from each of .the two grant Friday. parties, whilo tho third must bo solected Huston Stiles wont to Clovcrport Sat- from tho regular army, and' bo of the urday. rank of Colonel. Theso thrco commis The colored peoplo had a picnic heio sioners constitute tho political anomaly last Saturday. of a d executive K. II. Bennett, of Owcnsboro, was in town last week. It would seem tlinl outsido of interest For paints and school supplies, go to in n gonernl way in national politics, Schelhuan Bros. political feeling would be unknown hero; Miss Dixie Perrigo was in Clovcrport a but strangely enough, it is far otherwise. fow days last week. Sinco tho two parties havo admitted Miss Ella Smith, of Hardinsburg, is tho tho territories and this District into tho national conventions, the selection of guest of Mrs. It. A. Smith. is delegates has been attended witli the Mrs. J. A. Witt, of Hardinsburg, most intense and bitter political contests. tho guest of Mrs. Allen Rollins. Both parties Republicans and DemMrs. Ben and daughter, lima, ocratshad contesting delegates at Minhavo been visiting in Hardin county. s, neapolis and Chicago. Sinco the It. A. Brashcar, of Commercial Trust both factions of each party havo Company, Louisville, is homo forn fow held ratification meetings. So, whether weeks. tho wings of both flap together in harMisses Bettic Ditto and Adah Brown, mony, or not, it may safely bo concluded book agents, of Brandenburg, were in that no whero elso have tho two distintown Saturday. guished gentlemen, who both expect to C. F. Martin and wife, of Louisville aro be president, been more intensely ratiboarding with tho Misses Georgia and fied. Kate Hawkins. Tho Bm.cKKNitii)oi: News, of this week, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stiles and family, of Bardstown, who havo been visiting S. has just put in its usual prompt appearP. Styles' family, returned home Satur- ance, nnd in looking over it I linvo hnd conflicting sensations of pleasure nnd day. Tho two suppers for tho benefit of tho solicitude. I first rend tho local notico Baptist church, on last Wednesday and of tho party of Cloverporters that loft Thursday evenings, proved quite a suc- there on Tuesday last, and the usunl thrill of pleasure anticipated in seeing cess. somo of our own good peoplo, was felt. Messrs. Clarence Haynes and Conrad But I noticed an editorial comment to Depp, of Mr. John Richardson's bridge t,ho effect that each and every ono is gang, aro in town stopping nt the Dowel I carrying a vitrified brick in bis satchel. Hotel. Now, it's always a pleasure to meet my Mrs. J. II. Bennett and family, proprieold friends from home, and so far as my tors of the Bennett House, will lenvo to duties will permit, show them about tho day for Ixmisvillo to open a hotel. Mr. city, so full of interest to strangers tho R. A. Smith will tako chnrgo of tho hotel sight-seerPromised Land. But fond as here. I am of each one of these, I nm afraid to bo out with them thus armed and BEWLEYVILLE. equipped ; for very strange ideas of proMr. George Drury went to Louisville priety theso Washington peoplo have. And should they find this body of Monday. (you know our reputation) Dr. J. C. Bush, of Hawcsville, was in inarching upon tho Capital armed with town last week. brick-batin theso days of anarchists Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Pennington, of nnd crnnks, I fenr for our safety. Yet 1 Louisville, nro visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto am afraid not to go along if they ask it ; Robertson. for thoy carry perauasivo arguments irt Mr. Charles Pennington, formerly of those sovcral satchels. If thoy think Louisville, will oi)on n shoo and saddclry enough of mo whilo wandering around shop in town soon. in tho East, to call and seo me, how over, Miss Emma Hodges is at homo from I will brave even vitrified bricks for their Louisville on a visit to her mother, Mrs. entertainment nnd pleasure. Nannie Hodges. Mr. Bion Jolly visited his parents, Mr. Tliis is not tho most interesting time, and Mrs. G. P. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, porhaps, at which to visit tho city. ConSaturday and Sunday. gress is not in session (you may have Tho young peoplo wero delightfully en- heard it) and overything down at tho tertained by Miss Hcnrlo Cain on Friday Capitol is undergoing tho annual cleanevening, tho 20th ipst. ing n performnnco nlwnys necessary. Miss Lena Drury returned Monday Tho president is nwny in Now Hampfrom quite an extendod visit to relatives shire with his sick wife, and during their absence, tho White House, nlways an and friends in Brandenburg, of interest to yisitors, is torn up Mr. nnd Mrs. W.J. Piggott entertained object Monday evening in honor of their guests for cleaning nnd repairs, and closed to visitors. Still there is enough to seo Misses Gardner Bowmor nnd Tinsloy. asido from these two central pluco of inMr. Robert Pennington, of Owensboro, terest nnd the great mon who mako them who has boon visiting tho family of Mr. interesting. Tho great public buildings, W. N, Drury, left Monday for Louisvillo. beautiful parks and streets so neatly Masters Morris, Louis and Edwin Jolly kept, nnd other object of interest nro alnnd Miss Nannio Leo Jolly, of Irvington, ways with us, and worth going many visited thoir grand parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. miles to see. T. .1. Jolly last week. Miss 5IaryE. A. Peyton, of Fnlls of Mewspnpcrs nro nlwnys saying good Rough, and Misslriuo Moorman,of Glen-denn- tilings nbout somo peoplo (oven whon returned homo Wedncsdnyjafter paid for it) and not unfrcqucntly havo a a visit to their grand parents, Mr. nnd way of saying nnughty things about peoMrs. T. P. Hnrdaway. plo without pay. Woll, often they Mr. Geo. E. Drury gavo n very pretty it. But why not sometimes .say a Lawn Feto on the oveniiig of tho 27th, good thing (whon you can) about your tho anniversary of his birth. Among newspaper your homo papor? And those present wore Misses Frances Clark-so- why not say It during tho editor's Big Spring; Clara Adkisson, Guston; Lot him know it. Well, it is my Maude Adkisson, Sherman, Texas; Ellen opinion you ought to bo commended for Munford, Guston; Vera Paul, Flaherty, publishing, as n serial, Hawthorne's Lena Drury, Floronco Cain, Blanche "Scarlet Lcttor." In plnciug before your Jolly.Mnry Pnul.Hnttlo McCoy, Victorin readers this character of literature InPayne, Annie Hodges, nnd Dr. Will stead of such blush as is often "dished Strothor, Big Spring; Messrs. Robert out", you aro doing your duty to your Pennington, Owonsboro; Hunter Harda-wa- readers. I hope every boy and girl, nnd Bowling Green; Ernest Hardaway, why not old folks?, in Breckonridgo Louisville; Erskiu Munford, Guston; Wil- county will read it and learn to love tho. liam Stith, Charles Gross, Fred Hodges, triple-headey nomi-na'ion's B s, o, n, lifo-tlmy, fair. Miss Georgia Moremen is visiting friends in Bullitt county. Miss Mnnnio McGlothlan, of Louis-villis tho guest of Miss Pearl Ditto. It. II. Novitt was well enough to get down on tho street Saturday and vote. Dr. Will Pusoy and brothers, Tom nnd Doo, nro visiting their father, Dr. D. C. Pusoy here. It is qttito dry, and farmers nro because they c iii't break ground lor wheat. F. Ditto, Sr., nnd Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., nnd children left for Texas Tuesday to visit rolatlvos. Mr. and Mrs. A. Moremen visited their daughter, .Mrs. Chas. Drury, at Bowlcy-vill- o tho first of tho week. Misucs Bona and Bcttio Clarkson havo returned homo from Big Spring where they have been visiting for sovoral weeks. Tiicro was n very small vote polled in tho primnry Saturday. Judgo McBcath and Hon. Buck Kendall were tho decided favorites. No excitement. There nro a number of improvements going on in this place. Mr. Win, is raising his houso another story. Dr. Wells nnd Jack Trent, each, have a now houso under construction. Stuart Young completed another well last week, an excellent flow of gas with but 11 small flow of salt water. Mr. Young is after wit wator and not gas, as ho hns plenty of tho latter to spare. o, com-plnlniMc-Inty- ro DECIDEDLY PERSONAL IS THIS OUR LETTER FROM ROBT. OF WASHINGTON, D. C. PLATFORM ! DON'T FAIL 4 ;. J ' E. WOODS, Polities In Tho District of Columbia Cloverporters and Vitriflod Brick, and a Good Word For the Brecken. ridge News. I.ISII IIIOIIAUDSON, HUH WODD.O, CAltlr UICIIAUDSON AND "TIICNKSH, THE FOUIl SOitE-TOC- D UKCIIINN Of UNION STAH, d We pledge ourselves in favor of Protection of Customers from Overcharge, Adulterations and Mistatements. Free Trade for every one with the does most for his customers. Prohibition of monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices mer-chanHv- To always serve your own inter- est first. That's business. To dis- - ; 4 ho cover what is to your own inter- ests is of vital importanoe, when .: you seek success. '-- -:- , :- -.' A - bo conclusively presumed that becauso of n quiet tho News was nover to bo asked to give mo spacongain, forn word or two with tho good people of my natlvo town nnd county about well, there it is! About It need not IT i if iir HHfc. u iul tionn i 1 t '. f PAY ,. y ..V -- - V Buy. as you Yote Intelligently- As candidates for your patronage, we invito an examination 'of our business record in support of our claim that we carry the largest stock of -- To what shall 1 write? About tho hot wave? Itisgoiio, and you don't even want its memory to hnunt you. About politics? You hear enough of that, nnd I am nfraid in tho eyes of tho News, its columns nro not tho forum for me, it having been intimntcd that wo dont exactly agree on thoso matters and might givo birth to a discussion. get wedded to a 'house Buy where your money purchas-- . es the best. To do this you must v Jti. - , . , . ' In the City, that our prices arc the lowest. hoes ! f SEEK. "We may have the best,. and possibly you may decide we have not, at any rate you should look at our line. -:- . SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIUAASAAAAAiMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA See the Styles Look . at the Quality ! SAAAiV'AAAAAV',sAAAASA.VSA.l Marvel at the Prices ! NEW AND FRESH VEST. locnl'editor, "Trunks" Mr. Crosson, I mean, and beg pardon t was no mistake. Now, having apologized, need I toll how it happened that tho peculiar name that I havo given liiin, escaped mo ere I could keep it? Well, to do so would necessitate my becoming rcminiscential, and going back to n time when ho was onp 6f a certain quartet of urchins nt Union Star (ono is there yet a prominent merchant) who, in tho barefoot blessedness nnd sore-toe- d sorrow, went to the old log school-hous- o together, hor rowed watermelons in each other's society, and performed all tho other tricks, good and bad, to which boys (at that ago of tho world) wero addicted. It may bo added that, if memory mny bo depended upon, tho day of retribution also meant more than in theso days. In thoso days not nil tho parents oboyed their children. A third member of this quartet is a clothing merchant on Main strcot in Louisjille. Tho fourth but I can't tax your patience any further with this but, will only say ho ljas a way of scribbling nt, times as if ho novor would stop. But ho docs stop, and so do I, Rout. E. Woods. Washington, D. C, Aug. 19, 1892. HOT WEATHER GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT 'V CUSTER. Felix Loch, Vino Grove, was hero last week. Tho watermelon crop' is tho poorest for years. John Miles, tho grocery mnn, was in town Thursday. Tiiero will bo a colt show hero Saturday, September, 3d. An cflort is being mado to secure a daily mail for Custer. Win. Hall and wife, Cloverport, wero hero most of this week visiting friends. Don't look in hero this week for prices of Alexander nnd Pile's chenp goods. They aro too busy to quote prices. Next Sunday tho Row Henry South will preach tho funornl of tho late Rov. John Rhodes at tho Methodist church. Somo of our young peoplo .hnvo been nttending tho meeting at Alexander's Chapel this week. Thoy report a good meoting. Capt. Georgo Mercer, was in town Thursday. Ho says there will bo no fusion between tho Wheelers nnd Itepublicans. Will somo ono pleaso send us a comGLENDEANE. prehensive work on flirtation? Said work must include postmasters' flirtaMiss Mnttio Owen has returned from a tions. Wo want it. visit in Leitchficld. Misses Annio Aubcrry and Molonn Mr. JofT Owen spent sovoral days in Butler, accompanied by their mothers ntid Mr. Sandy Butlor spont ono day last Louisvillo last week. Miss Amanda Dean has returned from week in Brandonburg. n visit to Clovcrport. Richardson, tho druggist, and n Mr. Mr. John Dean has returned from an Whitcomb, representing a Louisvillo extended eastern tour. grocery houso, wero registered nt the Mr Charlie Dean says ho has a littlo Carmnn House last week. sweetheart Worth am all. Our farmers havo just finished thresh-fn- g thoir wheat, which is unusunllygood Mrs. Minnio Moorman, Clovcrport, is this time. Tpbo Bruner, tho boss wheat visiting relatives in our midst. Mr. Will Dean went to Louisvillo last grower, had COO bushols. Mrs. Beard full and broko hor arm week with a car load of wheat. Miss Cilia Owen, Louisville, is visiting near tho wrist ono day last week. We aro glad to learn that tho injured mom-bo- r her sister, Mrs. Jns. A. Moorman. Is doing nicely nnd is expected to Misses Carrie and May Moorman, of unito rapidly. Clovcrport, nro visiting relatives bore. Givo usadflily mail, a weekly newsMiss Georgia Blunt Robertson expects paper, and somebody to blow us like the to visit Clovcrport in tho near future. News man blows Clovcrport, and we'll Mrs. Amanda Moorman has been bo tho Chicago of tliis Bectlon of tho quite ill at tho residenco of Mr. J. T. F. state in less than a year. D'yohcar? Owen. Mr. Dallas Skillman nnd Bistor, Miss Mr. Victor Robertson was' at homo Emmn, nnd their cousin, nnotlior Mr. several days lost week, lookiug nfter his Skillmnn, all of Howe's Valley, wero "Luto". hero Friday, en routo to boo frionds for a Dr. Milton Board, Hardinsburg, was fow days at West View and Hardinsin tho county last week on nn election- burg. eering tour. Millard Harrington was at Clifton Mrs. Ferd Owen, who hns boon ill for Mills Thursday. Ho says ho saw our somo time, is somowhnt improved nt frieud Moseley, the millc, who inquired tliis writing. nbout oVerybOdy and sent back his reMr. and Mrs. F. Monroo wero called gards. AVo aro going over somo timo to to Louisvillo last week by tho 'death of take him a twist of our best tobacco and spin n fow yarns witli him as in tho oldthoir brother, Dr. Field. Dr. Dolus JInynes and wifo, of Wliitcs-vill- en time. Custer mathematicians havo discussed nro expected to visit in the neightho lost week tho problem: "I bought borhood in a short time. Miss Ray Hoyser and Master Vertrces goods six months ngo for fifty conts ; for Wortham, of Loitchfiold, nro visiting rel- what must I sell them now to mako 20 per cent., monoy being worth 0 per atives and friends at this placo. ceet to mo ?" Sond your answers to M. Misses Lou Dean nnd Jnkio Wortham Harrington or John Butlor, or anybody and Mr. Eugono ltoborteon spent Wed- but Aloxandor & Pile. Thoy never keep nesday in Cloverport, tho guests of Miss goods that long and don't enro how tho Maudo Willis. answer is decided. Quick enles aro tho Mis3 Jakio Wortham, a golden-haire- d only kind thoy malo. beauty, of Lcitchfleld, who has been vis Wm. Bonnett went to Louisvillo to Ring her friend Miss Lou Dcano, will soli his tobacco, but camo bark Thursleavo for her homo next Sunday. day, not being able to find it there. Quito a gay party spent tho day last Negligenco of tho station ngont, ho Thursday nt tho famous Sand Knob. It thinks, is tho cause of its not reaching was composed of Misses Jnkio Wortham, Louisvillo whilo ho was (hero. There is Lou Dean, Jakio, Minnie nnd Lillio a big lot of kicking dono here about the Owen, Lutie Moorman, Edna Robertson, loose manner in which the railroad busMessrs. Milton Board, Hardinsburg; iness is carried on in a certain little town Ernest Robertson, Chas. Dean, Eugono ontho L, II. & W. Many of our cltl- Robertson, JoeHoward, Chas. Owen. o; o, Bowmer & Hambleton's ALL KINDS AT i PANIC PEIOES. Be Sure and Examine Their Stock. wvvvvvwwvvvvwwvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvv 71$ .J H. j. V I T MICHAEL HAMMAN. Tho Kegular and Rolinblo FURNITURE NOTICE. Tho members of tho Republican County Committeo nro called to moot nt Hnrdlnsburg, Saturday Sopt. 3d, at two o'clock p. m. All tho members nro requested to bo present as important business is to bo transacted. It. N. Mim.eh, Chairman. Jesse EsKRinan, Secretary. Pansy for September contains its usual number of short Btorics, nil up to tho regular high stnpdnrd. Its leading stories by Pnnzy (Mrs. G. It. Aldon) nnd Margaret Sydney, movo along in that interesting fashion thoir authors best know how to adopt, promising a satisfactory ending. DEALER 1 J Is always on hand with a full stock, FARM FOR SALE Conslttlng of about ono hundred and !xtj. .three acrcj. I wish to tall immediately, a I wlh to go Wert. Would like to go by the last of September. The farm Las a Urge, bearing orebard and a thousand young treei just commencing to bnr fruits of all kinds. Tba land Ii all undtr good fonolng. There are on the farm tiro log housei, a good frame barn aqd lumber enough to build a nice frame dwelling house, Tho place has alt necessary conrenlenoes and la nicely situated on tho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texai railroad, one mile east of Guston and three miles west of Bkron I will soil on good and eaty terms. Any one wanting a farm will do well to come and see me bofore buying. B. P. KENDALI,, Ouston, Ky. Wi a PUBLIC SALE. Saturday. October 1st, I will ouur at Publio Auction, on my premlsos, mile East of JlhodelU, Ky., my Lire Ftook and Farming Implements, consisting of six fifteen and four yearling Mules) one Jnek, one Stallion j also Cattle, Hogs and Sheipj one Self Olndlng Harvester, one Mower, one Whout Drill, one Barlow Corn Planter, Sulky Hay Bake, Spring and Road Wagons, Plows, Harrows, eto., to. All sties made on twelve months' time wh approved securely. For further Information call on or address the undersigned. J. W, RHODES, Rbodella, Ky. ' On ld CLIMBING UP ! ATTENTION Younc ladles who desire Ilighornnd highor in public estimation. Wo nro told wo are doing Jt. Wo nro glad. Wo want to deserve it,,', llomombcr that Mr. Huilche, foreman, of our to oouaplelo., the common school branches (under sV qualified teoeher) and muilo, oan get baard,washlpg and Instructions for JIB per mbnth' at Mrs. Laun Kurd' Home School. App'y to Mrs. Kurts, Webster, Ky- - Setiool commences the seooud Monday In September. r (s . Tailo, m.T)ept. ,3 llttW ..... Visits Cloverport on fFriday of each iskiiiimu at unc uouarper .. U f i. tv: i . ihaL i.i bodyi land. CorreipomUnce ftolfiiuil CHAS; 1. Bwl.vyOU,: A hundred bly SB2 WIIKAT.- -I have twovM Hll and li I'ulcaster wheat which I . ilia . Inrliiil ll..l .4 .. .111 . 1 jl PhysicianSurgeon. Office oiyt Dr. J. H. Clayton, CLOVERPORT. KY. School opens next Monday. To-da- y AVE KNOW NOW St L. CONCORDIA. A PROSPEROUS LITTLE TOWN SURROUNDED BY INDUSTRIOUS AND PROSPEROUS mmm Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. is the laht day of summer. PayneA Cb't Hardware Store. Tho summqr girl is a thing of -f- all. What the Director of the L., tho past & T Have Been Doing'. Johu M. Borntraeger A. - TO i;. w.- - If-r- - If? A SfcT. i v.. I Tho maneuvering of the Directors of tho L., Ft. L. A T. about which there has The Great Fruit Belt Of Kentucky 'And for early Winter wear "till tho enow is on tho ground," a CANNEL.TON, IND. Hon. G. W. Beard, of Hardinsburg, been so much guessing for tho last mouth is at laht cleared up. Bulla mado to order in tho beet ntylo. was in tlio city yesterday. And What Kind Of People Spring-weigCassimcro or Worsted Suit or pair of Trousers, An Is.stio.of $5,000,000 of new first mortPerfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Dr. Win. Atkinson struck the town Live There. such as wo offer now at such reduced pric s, is the very thing. gago 5 per cent, bonds will soon be made Sunday and is heio yet. Many gentlemen Bay thoy can wear a good weight Spring Suit M. D. A. A. by this road, and Hon. I). R. Murray Is Ib As the waters of tho beautiful Ohio MSallio Smith, of Alton, Ind., all Winter, and many do it, too. now out having tho mortgago recorded tho guest of Mrs. Joo Porter. flow along its serpentine course, forming in the nino counties that the road passes schedulo will soon bo withdrawn, nnd tho reOur it tlio Northern boundary of Meado county, Miss Edith Dusli, t)f Hawcsvillo, is tho through, viz : Hardin, Meade, BreckenOffice orer llrcckenridge Hank. maining stock of Spring Goods removed to make room for our " they puss tho littlo vlllngo of Concordia CLOVERPORT, KY. guest of Miss Minnie Muriny. ridge, Hancock, Davlsi, Henderson, Jefnow Fall and Winter Stock. Gentlemen will mako a note of just before they rend themselves upon Tom Fallen, of Hancock ferson and Ohio. Tho this. Our Boys' and Children's Clothing is included in this county, was in tho city yesterday. Theso now 'bonds are to help pay for the head of Flint Island. So unasW. suming, in fact, is tills littlo place that a salo. Como very soon if you want to partake of tho feast Orvillo Gregory has Btartod in with A. tho L , II. A W. which haq been recently passenger on a pallaclal steamer, as she purchased, and to improvo tho linogen-orallU.S. Claim & Pension Agent R. Fishor to learn thodrug business. boforo tho dishee are removed. bonded debt of plows tho Bilvery bosom in licrgrai dour, Tho Miss Naunio Witt went to Louisville on tho main line, and tho would hardly know that ho was passing $2500,000 Sunday night on important business. .STEPHENSPORT KY. n town of hustling business, surrounded $000,000 on tho L., II. A W. will bo taken Mr. Isaac Bennett and daughter, Lola, I be mado to sup by ono of tho most prosperous agriculup and tho now bonds of Rome, wero in tho city shopping yesNews. ply their plaeo. This will IcaveSl.GOO,-00- 0 tural neighborhoods in this section of terday. to bo spent together with about $8u0,-00- 0 country. Concordia is nicely situated in what is A boat loaded with John Bauer stoneWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1802. in cash that is now already in tho called the lower edgo of Meadd, and, as ware stopped heio Monday and sold about treasury of the company. 6,000 gallons, L00AL BREVITIES. Tho proposed now lino recently sur- wo stated bofore, is surrounded by indus Tho Hardin county fair begins at n veyed between West Point and Louii-vill- e trious and prosperous farmers. Among -iof tlio farm, that of September 13th, and continues is likely to bo built and a portion 'of other productions W. T. Clnycomb, Stephensport, was in four days. tho funds realized will go for this purposo. fruit and wheat receive tlio most attentho city Monday. Tho bonds will bo disposed of in tho East. tion. In fact, this is called tho fruit bolt D. C. Thompson, of Wolfo Creek, '. of Kentucky, and thousands of barrels pf Col. I,. T, Roborts, Roberts' Bottom, touched hero with a llmo boat Monday tho finest apples in tho world are was in tlio city Monday. The Louisville Market. and sold 2G0 barrels. shipped from the little port of Concordia n Total sales in this market last week Hanks, of Stephensport, was Mr. J. J. Dyer visited his daughter, for every season. At this timo of tho year in tho city Monday. Mrs. Dr. Harris, at Phllpot, Friday, re- were 4,025 hhds., against 3,500 hhds. hundreds of barrels of apples and great corresponding week of lost year. Ico cream every evening and night nt turning Monday. piles of wheat aro always stacked upon wcro 2,495 hhds., against 2.002 Martin's drug store. Notice the timo-tabland rates for the hhds. for corresponding week of Inst tho wharf awaiting shipment. Mrs. John Burns, and children aro base-baexcursion in this issue. Next year. In Concordia is situated tlio largo frull Rejections were 58!) lilitls., ogainst visiting in Henderson. Saturday is the day. distillery of J. A. Barry, of this city, 474 hhds. for preceding week. Of the Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are visiting relaMrs. Bettio' Brashear, who has been total sales last week 2,730 hhds. were where hundreds of barrels of npplo brandy arc mado ovcry season. Besides th's tives at Charleston, Ind. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Path rson, Burley nnd 1,305 wero dark. of a few Miss Stel a Yost, of Kvansvilh1, Ind., will return to Stephensport There Is no "let up" of tho "boom" of establishment, within tho radius is visiting. Mips Brook Tinlns. Misses Ray and Clara Dyer, who havo tho market. Notwithstanding tho largo miles, nro the celebrated distileries of Miss Ilia Hiuhardson, of Louisville, is been visiting relatives at Phllpot for ofi'erings, tho impression in tho tmdo is W. B. Burch A Son, Mills Bros., Smith A Mooley-villthe gin stof Miss LaFayettu La'lleist. somo time, are expected homo that prices are steadily stiffening. Buy- Co. and Geo. Egart A Son, at nil of which turn out hrgo quantiIfB8 Clara Davis, of Youngstown, 0., Ed. Gregory starts out on a big ers say tho tobacco seems harder to buy of good old "npplo jnck," which is tlio guest of her uncle, Alfred Morgan. advertising tour through this county for each day. It requires a bid or two more ties "uheereth a m m's soul and niaketh his Mr. and Mrs. Lavely, Louisville, wcro Sulzur. lie gives a free bIiow in every this week than lust. This strong, advancing tone of tho market pervades all face to shlno" iqually its successfully as tho guests of Mrs. F. II. Sawyer last .Vat- - school house in tho county. did tlio "wine and oil" of ancixnt times. grades, from the, lowest trash to tho finurday. It not very pleasant to cough nnd hack, Theso manufacturing establishments est leaf. Speculators and somo manuTo tuflcr pain In cheat and hack, Waller Hoyncs went to French so conveniently situated give the farmer Many people could atop It, for lure facturers are beginning to appreciate Thursday to remain a couple of good market for nil his Ily limply uiing One Minute Cough Cure. that tho medium clean, red leaf is likely a ready and weoks, Mr. J. L. Patterson, government store- to brirg more than it has been bringing fallen and refused fruit, and consequenAycr's Sarsnparilla contains Iodido of keeper, has received an assignment at and theso grades nro strong, at outside tly there is not a dollar's worth wasted in Fotasslum and Iron, and vegetable blood tho John Honning Distilling Company, figures of quotations. Tho gap between all theso hundreds of acres of orchards. purifiers. Where pcoplo aro prosperous, as a usOwensboro, and departed yesterday to trash and lugs nnd good leaf is slowly ual thing, you will liner them charitable tako tho position. Pijes of People have piles, hut but steadily closihg. INSTRUCTOR IN Witch Hazjl Salvo will euro As a general liniment for sprains and While there has been nothing sensa- and hospitable, nnd nowhere within tho them. bruises or for rheumatism, lame back, tionally fine on tho breaks this week, tho boundary of this groat state, so noted for her hospitality, will you find people Fresh bananas, watermelons, cantel-ope- s, deep seated or muscular pains, Cham- offerings havo included a largo proporBalm is unrivaled. berlain's more socinblo or moro ready to entertain For tion of exceedingly fino tobacco. cocoanuts and lemons at Martin's sale by A. PainFisher. Thirty Type-writi- ng R. than in tliis section. drug store. dollais Was paid at the Farmers' House Henry Walker, colored, for displaying Asido from labor nnd care, tho pcoplo Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barry returned a knifo in a threatening manner and cut- Thursday, which was tho highest price hero also indulge in somo innocent from a visit to friends at Concordia Mon- ting at John Bates, in Sulzer's storo last reached this week. amusements ; nnd picnics nnd balls nro ALSO Some scattering rains havo fallen in day morning. Saturday night, was fined $25 and cost in largely attended, and the amusements some parts of tho State sinco last report, David AdkiBSon, of Webster, who has tho city court yesterday morning. nro not participated in by any particular (In connection with Weaver's Business College.) and in somo places fanners report that recently returned from Texas, was in tho Tho local editor is obliged to Claronco tho crop is considerably improved. The class. Everybody goes and everybody city Friday. BOOK-KEEPINKeith, of tho marble works of J. K. conviction is very gcnernl now, however, sees just how good a time, and how PENMANSHIP & ARITHMETIC. Miss Leila Camp will leavo Saturday Keith & Son, for an elegant paper weight much fun ho or she can get out of n' day that no amount of rain will make any- off. for Long Branch to tako chargo of tho of tho finest imported marble, with tho thing liko a full crop. Conservntivo esschool jit that place. To sum it all up, there is not a more cni'tial "C" nicely cut in tho top. It is timates place it all the way frqm 50 to 75 ' tho "Louisville, HardinsburgA Westjust what we havo been needing in our per cent, of an average, with tho proba- prosperous, industrious, clever, sociablo neighborhood on God's green earth than ern has now been completely absorbed business. bility of tho quality being very poor. that of Concordia and surrounding by thaL. St. L. & T. Tho Earnest Workcis' Society of the Farmers Homo Journal. country. Misses Adiah Brown and Bettio Ditto, Presbyterian church will run an excurof Brandenburg, aro tho guests of Prof. sion September 10th, from Henderson to A Success From the Start. A New Business College. Louisville and return. Only $1.50 from and Mrs. Otis Brown. Tho Acme Company opened thoir first The many friends and former patrons Get ready kiln on Friday last. Tho general man- of Director R. R. Pierce of tho L.,St. L. Cloverport for tho round-triProf. Enos Spencer, for several years The only College in tho State of Kentucky indorsed by Oflicinl "AT., attended a meeting of tho Board at and go. Tickets for salo at tho City Ba- ager, Mr. Louis Sommers, brought down secretary nnd treasurer of tho B. A S. kery, Fisher's drug Btore and Sulzer's. Reporters. Established in 1891, and during the first year LouIb-villLouisvillo last week. ono of tho leading architects of college of Louisville, will bo pleated to Milk-shakto inspect tho brick as thoy stood know that ho is now at tho head of a lemonade, ginger ale, . Mr. and Mrs. F. N. D'Huy, who aro lemon sour, buck pop and mineral water, traveling in tho West, wrote homo under in tho kiln, which was opened up r'ght strong corporation which has opened in date of August 22d, that thoy had just in tho heart of tho kiln. They both Louisvillo Board of Trade Building a on ico at Martin's drug store. returned from a visit to tho Bumrait of complimented Mr. Morgan, tho chief strictly modern nnd practical Business Coleman" Blake went to Mr. and Mrs. This speaks for itself. Piko's Peak, where they wero caught in burner (son of the superintendent), upon College, under tho woll known and popu. Cannclton Monday to visit their daugha snow storm and had great sport snowliis sploudid uniform burn. lar namo of "Spenccrian." They nro at ter, Mrs. Henry Weatherholt. balling in Just think of Mr. Murray, tho architect mentioned the business conter, connected with nil Mr. Sam A hi, our deputy itl above, at onco placed a largo order into tho loading business interests of tho nnd Miss Maggio Carlislo wero married Mr. Thomas Ryan nn old and respected Mr, Sommers' hands for theso brick, country, and Prof. Spencer's reputation at Hardinsburg last Wednesday. citizen died last Sunday at about 0 o'clock which aro to bo delivered without delay. oh a practical business educator is all that As soon as you become competent to hold one. C. F. Mattingly's now saloon building p. in., and was hurried Monday after- Thoy are to bo used for front work on n is necessary to guaranteo tho snecess of is being nicely finished on tho inside, and noon at Tobinspoit. Ho was REFERENCES. Charles A. Graham, Clarence E. Walker, tho about OS largo and important public building. tho college. Wo bespenk for them a good will soon bo ready for occupation. While this must bo very gratifying for patronage from tho young men nnd wo- leading Official Stenographers of tho city. Write to them for informa'years of ago and had been n citizen of Mrs. J. B. Frymiro, daughter Zilpah tliis city for many years. Ho was a quiet Mr. Morgan, Jr., it can bj none the lees men of this vicinity who desire that tion. For catalogue address and son, Eddio Bennett, of Chenault, unassuming citizen, and leaves many so to Mr. Eudaly, of .Cincinnati, the quality of practical instruction, which aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton relatives and friends to mourn lis patcntco of tho kilns In which this burn will prepare them for good cmploymont Crosson. nnd success in life. See advertisement. Mr. Alfred Oolzo has returned from was mado. All scalp and skin diseases, dandruff, Old Point Comfort, and reports avciy DIED. In tliis city of consumption. VINE GROVE. Cor. Fourtn and Market Streets, falling of tho hair, gray or faded hair, pleasant trip. Ho visited Washington may bo cured by using that nature's while ho was gono and called upon our A familiar headline Isn't it? It's pretty Tho ground is very dry and crops nro risky to neglect a cold or cough. Ono truo remedy, Hall's Hair Rcnewer. townsman, R. E. Woods, whom wo aro Minute Cough Cure is pleasant safo and suffering for want of rain. Tlio rates on tho baso ball excursion pleased to say ho found in" good health Vinogrovois rapidly improving; sow Clubs Are Trumps. WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE from Fordsvillo to Owensboro noxt and cheerful as over. Tho otlior Clover- sure. oral now houses aro being erected. The l.rriit Kiitfllkli Itemed)-- . Saturday, will bo cheapor than was over port wanderers will bo homo in a few Fetter's Southern Magazino for SepTlio young incites ot uiovcnori nro Promptly and permaVino Grovo contains moro pretty girls nbout onmnizinir n club, entitled V. V. known before Lot's all go ond spend days. tember is replcto with good things to nently cutis all fnrm of town In tho F. Virgiuium Vtert Futth. We wish sizo than any other Nerous Weakness. HiiiIk. tho day in Owensboro. Powell Oulzo, an experienced toddy whet the appetite of every class of rend- to its lnn, Spermatorrhea, and all ellicts of to explain tothn young men tlint tho Remember tho big excursion from preparer, of Troy, Ind., has purchased er, but tho strong, intensely interesting Abuse or Kxcee. limn psychological story, "The Verdict in the Harvey Harald Smith is superintend- word mil is not to bo translated in tlio iJLfiMir prescribed our 35 )ear In Fordsvillo to Owensboro noxt Saturday. tho saloon next door to Smith's meat thnu.llull nl cilRus; Is the Every baso ball crank in Breckenridgo market on Main street from Dan Mar- Case of Dr. Norf," by Fani Pusoy Gooch, ing tho construction of a new bank it senso of "society," but literally, "club," uorore ana Alter, only HelUhlc and llnnen isn niunrfcublo work. Tho scenes are thisplaco. This is something Hint tho simian- - to tho instrument Hercules uel Medicine known, lie Ak tlrtiKgibt for Woon'x county should go. Wo will need a hal- quis. Tlio amount paid for the outfit I'liosmoniNE: if olTcra some wnrthlcM medicine In place ofthli, leave hiadlthnnettstiire, Inlow committee down there. was $3,000. Mr. Munjuis v ill dovoto his laid in I ouisville, Ky., and aro as dra- citizens In this section of tho county "Club" is our insignia, nnd means Wo wish to protect ourselves close price in letter, and vie will send by return for somo timo nnd there is One will mail. I'rlce.one pickaL'c.Uj !.$? Every family, or traveler inn malarial, timo and attention to his opera saloon matic as ono could wish for. Tho odd liavo needed r.implilet plcatc, klx at tho corner of Main and Daviess conception of tho plot and tho startling no doubt but it will bo profitable to tho when out nt night, ns we nro generally envelope, a will cure. Addreia In plain ktaled district, should havo a supply of Aycr's tt'linps. 'unaccompanied by a young man. climax gives this masterful production stockholders. streets. Owensboro Messenger. Tlio Wo oil VliouiK'nlDetroit, Mich.. C, Aguo Cure. A positive antidote for 131 Woodward nvenua Youih Truly, tho highest plait in fiction of a similar Kayo, Hampton A Scott havo bought Sold in Cloverport by C.C.Martin, nnd D. R. Murray attornoy by direction of V. V. F's. ugcitta everywhere. character. out Sam Kendall, of Ekron. This is ono Tho Hon. R. R. Piurco has taken it tho directory is having put on record in of tho most enterprising nnd hustling BEECH FORK. upon himsoli to tako tho census of tho tlio various counties through which the DyFpcpsin, distress after eating, sour Bnbylnnd for September Is n rcmnrk-nbl- y firms In Western Kentucky. They took 0 city, and has now been at work at it for L.. St. L. AT. passes, a mortgago Mrs. Minnio Pate is improving very possession last week, added a lot of new stomuch, poor appetite, bad taste, coated clover numbor. Its pictures ant to secure the paymont of that and soveral days. Ho will probably havo it slowly. pretty, its jingles ate gny, and tho stories goods to tho stock and havo a gonor.il tonguo nnd heartburn nro cured by of 5 per cent, bonds which tho company completed in timo for our next issuo. Utile Early Risers, tho famous nro just such stories ns Bnbylnnd makes Mr. T. N. Brickoy wasat Irvington on store that cannot ho beaten on tho Texas. for tho purpose of refunding tho Miss Dixio Pcrrlgtf, of Louisville, who issued littlo pills. for Babies business this weok. Masons had n picnic hero Satur of said road nnd for betterindebtedness Tho had'been visiting relatives and friends Mrs Mino Pato is very low at this day that was a vory elegant nnd profitments, additional equipments, extensions BASE BALL EXCURSION. in tills city for several days was called" to writing with pneumonia.' Ac. able nfi'alr. Tho brass band cf this placo Stophcnsport Monday on account of tho Miss Sallio Perkins began school at furnished tho music nnd it is generally Saturday, Sept. 3d, 1892 from FtNrds-vill- e Tlio Republicans of tho city got so dangorous illness of Mrs. Aaron Miller. complimonted on its music. It is comworked up over tho Democratic primary Mattingly tho 15th, witli thirty pupils. to Owensboro and Return. Thoro is no iho talking, neither Harriposed of tho nicest young men of tho that they failed to meet and organizo Mr. Jack Pato from Victoria was visitson or Cleveland will be elected unless Harrison and Reid club last Satur- ing .Mrs. B. Taul Saturday and Sunday. county. Thoy have contracted to furTl.1i: TAIII.K AND ItATi:s. thoy tako Do Witt's Little Early Risers. their fair. nish tho music for tlio day evening, as thoy had intended, and Mrs. N. E. Taul attended the protractThey havo a "got thoro" quality possessFAKE TIMK. wo are now requested by Mr. It. N. Miled meeting nt Hiciiory Lick no.irVidorin Log Was Disgusted. 5.00 II. Ill, tl.'O I.v. r.'nUvlllc ed by no other pill. " '.S Milclull ler to say that thoy will meet in tlio City last week. 5l " J.0) Deputy Marshal Pato returned from " ()ik I. so When it comes to a hustler in an elec- Hall next Friday, Sept. 2, at 7 o'clock p. " 5.I9 " Anklut 'Sl Mlsst h Ida Pato, Annio Pntcrson, Mary Logan county yesterday as thoroughly " I.S" " Hull $11 tion, Bill Ramsey takes tho cake. Ho m. tor tho purposo of organizing. All " Wilson and Mnttio Brickoy wore visiting disgusted as anybody could wish to bco .5-I.S ' Hncksulifought for McBcath bora last Saturday Republicans aro requested to bo present. " ''SO ' full iif Hough J54 Miss Judith Tnul Sunday. " him. Ho was asked to go there with tho I'S'1 nuuipitvr o.i4 almost single handed against big odds, " 6.io " 1.50 Clcndcinu Tlio V. V. F's. gavo their first Mrs. T. N. Brickcy, Miss Larry Brickoy assurance that tho county was over-ru- n " 6.J3 1.50 Jolly and tho result of tho voto shows that ho ' at tho homo of Miss Alonle and John E. Brickoy will attend tho with blind tigers, nnd that he would 641 50 Kirk warmed tho boys up. " 1.50 .7,00 llarclliuburu Murry Monday jiight. It was a very meeting at Hickory Lick this week. " havo plenty assistance in catching them. " M Darned 7'o " Miss Ella Goodson will begin hcrwqrk striped, checkered, spotted and flowery (JxrfietJ 7.11 l.io " Miss Lula Brickoy who has been very When ho got there ho heard of a great " S.no 2; IrvliiKton in Cloyerport Saturday, September 3d, alluir, as both males and females wcro all " S"o law, but When it i.m Welmer deal of violation of tho It's a Luxury to Eoad " 1.10 l.odlburL' and at Irvlngton, September 6th. Sho dressed in "callker,"' and Chinese lant- low for two years with scrofula is ..'7 " 8jS i.oi " I'lcrco. very fast. Sho is visiting her canio to tho pinch of swearing out warwhon what you read Ii entertaining ami when " has a largo class in Owensboro for next erns illuminated tho premises. Mutic 8.ja I.m Simple rants he could only get seven hi all, " ' blcphciUIKHt l.'o you dm't havo to ilruln your eyoi la peruiln; year, bilt will reserve ono day each week and duncing and an elegant repast wero aunt Emma Miugus this weok. " 8.4; ' l.m Aildlton where ho ought to havo had a hundred. 8,8 " .95 It. Thero Ii mch a thing a wearing glan Holt Our Littlo Men nnd Women for Si'i for Cloverport and Irvington. on the program of tlio evening, and the Chris Rnctz, " Cloverport " They wore E. M. Mitchell, ,y when you ahouluVl, and not wearing them 0.0J " 8hop teniher is ai bright as a "now dollar," Tobo Hadden, W. N. Dally, Jeronio 90S j when you ahnuM. It Ii a mtitike todo ellh Col. L. T., Roberto hits bought out two meriment continued almost until tho " , .O18 . " SklUmnn " .to er. Ynu can u" rd to bs recklen with any. mora interests in tho Stepheneport flour- dawn of day. It was ttrlctly select anil Tho frontispiece is a picture and a poem Tunstall and James Friday. They nil ' lluwi-ivlllO.JJ . " " 1'etrlc ,,lMt in itself, and tho closing illustration is had their examining trial and wero reing mill andfoon will own the wliolo of very swell. ' .75 thing bur the " l'ulcon ' t you ran niTord to Ui stories " a J 51 .? cliancf with anything tut your right. Wi it. JIa intend to put, in the it has just coma to light that an excur- n apt companion. Many of tho readera leased oxcept Tobo Hadden, who had to " Cavro .111 " Luwltpiirt 1010 witfi di otbr modern " ..15 sion train was run from this city to tho and poems, will remind tho littlo 10.17 give bond. It is Mr. I'ato's opinion that " l'nwcri Veep all lorti of glaitei for all lorta of eye VjlWu " 10.11 .15 s mill of Henderson fair last week. It leaks out that vacation is over, and others will all tho men were guilty, hut it was imnuike a " Ar. and for tho JuJgiinont of au expert ai to what 0.3.1 Owcntboro Itcturnlng levc Owcnboro at 9:00 p. in. it, ' wilt lull your light, no extra ohargo It made, also, that the only man in town that help them Jo better enjoy their play possible to get tho evidence. Owensr ' You certainly neror law anything more ft was, Barney Bolder, and he timo and study time, boro Messenger. Mr, J. A. Barry is preparing to lay a knew of Best of order will bo maintained on than the dliplay c annum ins discovered it byjnero accident,' and wjjnt True Story' Pullet Chinks 8how for nioi) vitnnoa urvir train. Buy tickcto before boarding train down just to see li there really was a fair ThemMlve. iti from your station if powlblo. Don t lot Merchant Tailor, .Simons, J. KIRST, Born, August 20lh to tho wlfo of y. N: Pate a lino boy. Stilus Sippcl has accepted a petition in tho storo of Frank Fraize. A Largo Issno of New Bonds to be Made. PEOPLE. For Early Fall Wear ht Physician J, Surgeon no-prof- ex-Re- JAERETT, no-pro- fit y. Why erate rates ? Endure and Breckenridge High Prices for goods when Sulzer's are ing the vory best grades of Groceries at., Eliza-bethtow- j Julius Winter & Co., Misery OlothierH 'Old Reliable" Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Zy Suffering Come from eating indigescible food'j.t those Table Delicacies sold 'by Sulzer's i unequalled. lUll-Joli- ts o ll la-g- Our Pur - Puss Is to please our costomeis. y. e, y SULZERl CLOVERPORT, KY. nt F-- Lick-Spring- s CtAlEJCB M. UORDO! ' tt.a.st SES?M De-Wit- t's tj rune Dunr. menu, PURE ACIDULATED BONE, GILEAD PHOSPHATE. r-- w .liortliand and I ntun uruu u.. . rnudrnttic, vhlllt n,.r...W SPECIAL POTATO I i) TOBACCO 'FEhTll.'7RS. All High Grafle ANIMAL MATTER Goofls, THE GEAHAM SYSTEM, Galigraph and Remington, TYPEWRITERS. All 3 CROPS. CO. CINCINNATI DESICCATING I e, CJNCINNATLQ. e, One Hundred Pupils Were Enrolled. mm U33 To increase your crops and to improve your land. Tho oulygfc sold that will improvo your farm is Bono Fertilizer. Kcmombcr B. F. Beard & Co'h., goods aro all put up in post-mast- We Get You a 'Situation, Pure Raw Bone Fertilize -:- lo-s- . CLARENCE ffl. GORDON, 100-LB. BAGS Bo sure to get our prices Making them easier to hnndlo. buying. LOUISVILLE, KY. B. F. BEA.ED & CO, HARDINSBURG, KY. GREAT jmIMlZ iio-tcctio- n. ma-luri- a. Wo must unload our Mammoth Stock of Fall Goods. largest and most havo the complete line of -:- & if W 4 lilt 4pt m dfifcts1 - , rs for$5,-000,00- t's af&f911i Ever brought to this country. Our stock of Dry Goods, Hardware Hats, Caps and j EC rjg - ....... onter-tainme- nt ..... 1 Aro surprisingly cheap. Como car-- 1 ly and securo tho best bargains. Wo also havo a nice lino of School Call anil seo Books 'and Drugs. us. V i ....... ..... .S.-I- w. C. MOOR MAI GLBNDBSiiAKT..o. ,9-4- 9 SPENCERIAN BUSINESS I roller-pro-cew- improve-inenUfiuLw- ill first-clas- ...... siue-wnii- The oldest and moat reliable rotom of BattiMM Only cxiKfrienccd teacher iutJayed. ifcok-koplTerms low. Boodm 0b lirot Hoor. ' For full information, writ ta Board of Trade, . Miu St., or. Third, . F. IsL D'Huu in imu, mmimmm. Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, News. 31, 1892. AUGUST li THIRD STREET IL REAL f 'S ESTATE AND KSSX.- - "B B B" I I fcgj Rental Agent OLOVERPORT. KY. Don't rend this column or you might bo tempted to invest your monoy. Do T)o ssH los) jH B slrssl sR ss V sssssl sHI jbbbbsm sH ssH sbbsH Hsbsx ssV & H H H B " BBBBSM BBI SLSI LSSB SBBBBsVlsSSSsl LH SLV LSH Hardware, MILL. MANUFACTURERS OK ssksiIssb sH H H H BLB H rVQ KhI VlslssisssW ll RIBSI Irnn tU HISSH SBBBSM sH B SBBBBBB SBBBBSH SBBBBsl SLH sH SSH I " oH Iiisb lB " wS 'vlv ! f ycu wunt to buy Heal Estate? Call on It. L. Newioui. vnn want In rent a Pftrm ? Call on U. L. Nowium. ' .. . $31 limare, Stoves Gun$, Do you want to rent City property T Call on It. L. Nowiom. Do you want the best and only deiirable lot (or into on Main, 50x175 feet for Call on II, UNcwsom. $800.00 T Do you want to buy the Clovcrport Hotel, centrally located and doing a Isrge Call on It. L. Newtotn, business? P. S. I a in now prepared and hava full authority to ofler laid lintel at a bargiln. Tbli Correspondence from abroad solicited. It n good chanco to secure tbo bct and moKt popular hotel In tho city, and no bonn" price asked. Do you want a loan negotiated ? Call un 11. I.. Ntwi.rn. Ilavo you money you want placed on Call on R. L Xvwsnm. lafa security ? Do ynu want money on short call ? Do you flte. f Wtotow Keep constantly on hand a largo stock of We are now in our .now builuing and ,ve the completest ne in the country. A Y A F Third Street Planir Mill, CLOVEnPOHT, KY. Call on It. L. Notvtotn. to rent a bouae ? Call on It. L Newsnin, P. S. Qocd paying renters can generally Let me put a "bug In your iccuro a house. car," II. L. Newiom rcnti property and collects on a commlsiion of ten per cent, and, th" rents don't renting being a ipeclalty with him, you know it is hotter to place your property In Why? bit hands than to rent it yourself? Decaujo he is controlling a largo amount of g renters find t..!tllng property and it "unhealthy" and bo soon gets rid of them. Nowsotn hears but few complaints from good renters, but the "howl" comes from thoio fellows who do not want to pay, and to such he Cn I on Somebody Elso. lays Is Ncwsom hard hearted? Not especially io. He will accommodate you If you pay for it, and provided you stand to your side of the bargain If you don't like his way of doallng Call on Somebody Elie. 'Oh I Sympathetic hypocrltei j when your sympathy gcti above your Judgment don't blame tho landlord qulto io much, but call 'round at his omce ana arop in o.uu tor too special obj.ct of your sympathy and help pay It will be dividing the Ion on bad his rent. Don't rentirs, and then you will feel bettor. let the landlord Iuko It all I I" p b. 'Iht uboto ncrlpturc Is addressed to watt II " ' SBBsH SSsH SBBBBBBBsi SBBBBBBBBsl BBBBBBBBBBBBSI SBBBBBBBBBBSB Ssfl SH SsH IH B SSH SH I SBBsl Jw SBBBBBBBsl SSSB HsBBsH H jsW SSsfl ' I H If "VM SSbI isSB SH SH Isl Ssl H SBBBBBBBBBBST IBBBBBBBBBsl IsBBBBBBBSW Ssl SBBBBBBBBBsi BBBBBBBBBBSW IsBBBsl Ssl I ' Jr. Jl. tt ihJbmSSS. "" ' Livaij SSSSBBBBBSlsSSBBBBBSl iSBBBBBBBt. ksBBBBBBBStK SBBBBSV SIB H .ISBBSsA IsSSsH SSk. the heathen gentiles, H L. he don't BB . SSh. ''li rimer be will tuke rptfinl pains I" uiaku tbeui cuinlurtuhle. Do ynu wnnt a hft.ro built and py for it it. Cull on It. L. NcKsnin. Do you want a furty-hnrpoxor i nglno and boiler. fall on 11. I.. Newsuiii Do you want to start a Slack llarrel and Staie and lliading Factory with power Oall on K. L Neweum uttucbcl? Having about thirty acres of city lots be would sell a fow "slices," and if you want a Callon 11. L. Newsom. building lot Do you want to pay your city taxos ? Call on H. L. Nowsotn. Ilavo you claims against tho city treasury? Call on tbo city treasurer and ho will tell you that It. L. Newsom, at City Tax Collector, always keeps said treasury supplied with money. Claims for collection solicited from cities abroad and prompt remittances made. Many thanks for tho largo patronage I have i.cu.'in hanbiul sixty miters To in any hul pnii g ones ? and monthly iintalliuiiitu Km tirius Sm Bj H I ibbsV sa sH H mk Hi mk aH H sfl I H H H b JK Louisville, St Loufs & Texas H, R Co r , TIME TalcSCHEDULE llfl'i'Ct I 1TO. 18. UK The Breckenridge County Base Ball Club will play the Owensboro Club for the Championship of Western Kentucky. Saturday, Sept. 3rd, 1892. V At 5:00 o'clck A. X. Weflneidaj Jnlj 80. "91 Eatt Bound Train. HVI Bound Traint 5I enjoyed. Kxpf l'.xpr".! blATIONS lv Un'ii 52 .Mall & 54 R. L. NEWSOM. Kxpr's Hxpr'. Bally Dally '.I 1 Daih D.iil) 6 23pi 7 4') iin I) Kentucky Training School. lYlt. GW 7i!) 7 7 7 8 8 8 4U 21 47 S7 8 (XI 8 41 8 t"i Kentucky St. p't..ar 00 (If.tiir Storllng, Ky. mmmmmwmmzwmmM? 9U0 9 0S 07 11 17 917 9 21 92 I OLOVERPORT, KY. o B- C 827 837 8 47 8M SUA 9 41 9 52 10 00 10 10 10 15 10 2.1 it 11 4J.un Itock Haven Long llranih 1138 111.--.' IlrunitinliurK Meade Springs 112.') 11 19 Kkron 11 11 Ciuston Wt Point Howard 12 45 12 05 12 02pm 850 805 8 7 7 7 02 47 40 31 727 mlHBH practical, homelike. Military school with collegiate course. Number limited: rooms lull last year. Apply early. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent. A BBB&b EyJB fH 7 23 HHilil ssliiiiiiiiH DEflHIililiHi BHH ..Hfck "11 9 21 9 2) y.'y) 9 48 Irvlngton Wiluter I.odiburg l'lerce ht....plv SUpheimiort Clovcrport lliiwenvlllc l'elric l'akoii Shops Skillman Addison Holt 1102 1053 1045 103.5 715 665 IR .lliiiiH iliiiiiiiiH BiH 6 48 6 40 6 31 1027 lll'iil 1U41 1030 10 23 1018 1015 10 Ol 951 10 01 1U50 11 tX) 9 57 9 44 626 618 613 610 557 553 5 40 5 30 6 22 GREGORYS Qondqanrtcrs for Grain Drills, CO., h 1 1010 1018 1021 10 28 1111 1118 1121 1)31 1)50 1102 112:1 1131 11 41) H2u 11 .B llll HW-12 07pm 121(1 rl 1227 12 30 1240 1 1)1 rowers I'ntea Owensboro .M.UthiK'ly Stanley Worlhlnglnn Caycc Lewlkport 933 9 a! 920 915 909 8 51 8 37 8 27 Reapers and Mowers, Mwl igan PluBtfir, Salt, Lime Cnnl Oil by the Barrel, Fleeter Hair, HiIiIhK h .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiifl iB Issumm JKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHilc isjiIHbi1 lililil islsliiiiiiiil HI111111111111H siisH liiisliiiiiiiO siliiiiA .111111111.18 515 511 605 4 Fertilizer Cement, wKk m iliiiiiiiiiiiiH sliiiiiiH llii.iliiiU ssliiiiiiH HiHiE HIiiiiiiIh iliiiiiiiiili I111111111111111I liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH 48 815 7 7 7 AS l. a p2- B B S- -- B -B- m - Ji JBBJI l2Ufpm 111 lJZUun 1 2Tpm ar.l,indersn & fenottsvillc B.mkelU 8 00 55 37 29 0', 3 55 3 37 3 29 4 435 425 413 Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Floormuul ways kept on hand. Ordors accompanied by cash prompt ly filled. lv 715un 315pm m tistiisiiiH "ish siiiMris HiiiiiiiH iiistLM tils LoufsvfMejHardfnsburg TAKING EFFECT Western R. H. No. 2 TIME TABLE JULY West llounil Trains 19, 1891. Katt Hound 1 rains Daily Dally ex bun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 DON'T TAKE POISON! Cheap whiskies nro a mild form of poison Consumers nro warned against their use. I, Wi hi 25e C335 Dally Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 1 No. 5 STATIONS. The PWeeklg C' lftnn. SSir5&-S-- J U30tm I.v Irvlngton Ar 9 30 in 8 3". 12 10pm 8 15 12 25 Harncd 12 42 Hardin.lnm; 750 Kirk 715 118 7 05 Jolly 130 Olendcane 641 148 Dempster IK ar l''alLItough lv 6 31 6 14 im 2 15in 3 02 3 14 3 29 4 00pm Harper's Nelson County Whiskey 250 Asklns Oaks ArKordsvillcI.v Kockvale Uuth 5 51 5 29 5 21 high grade Kentucky Whiskoy which reaches mo direct from Kentucky, and whose purity I can conscientiously utiarnnteo to thoso seeking a stimulant for medicinal or social use. Respectfully, is a btumlnrd, We offer those who wish to see Base Ball and those who wish to see a Booming City a chance to do so at the lowest a-- '$ '& r'-v! rate ever offered. . .:: 500 4 45am P. M. POPHAM, OLOVEKPOllT, KY. xouis'ville for twentv-flvo IHE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, Will bo sent to any address .froin now until January 1st, centfl. ommercia.l (L. E. A ST. L. II. R.) BANK HARPISTS BURG Capital Stock $25,000, D. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Q. W. BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOE Dire tor J M. JOLLY. R. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO St. Louis, Qaropaign year Is now at hand jfyou must keep posted jfanft the way to do so Is to COMMEKCIAL ouiy truo exponent of frptcctioa uiul sound cur- ency ih nm couui. JKB FOR A SAMPLE COPY :- ffii'd cxBlBp it carefully Evansville South-Wes- t. ISTov is If you want to vantage of this opportunity. The see the country around about Owensboro. Your LOWEST RATES. "Xiixxo . AND ALL POINTS West and Tiae-CaS- above named date, and see so much for so little. We invite you to go with us on Old and 3 oung, big and little should take adbe had on train. in Effect July 3!, 1893, d Lv. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..8:25 p.m...4:2 p.m. ArrSt. Louii 7i20 pin ...6:45 a in 10:00p.m. Kvamvtllo 1:20 " For further Information, oall on or address, R.A CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pan. Ag't, Evanivllle, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, bst of order will A large number of tau'Vill b wro to subscribe AJdrewM, l6ttcrs and mnko kill cbMkiKand ,rilftsjiwi)u to LBKSVILLE m-- Post-olllc- o D. P. A. LouIstMo, Ky CltyTleket Offico.S. W. Cor. Third 3c Main St Louisville, Ky. FRUIT Hardinsburg TREES At the PRESS CO,, ,,1TISA DIITV youowoynnrspirnudfnni. Ily lo net llio uct tiiIiio for our muuor. Kronomlzo hi your fiiottvriir by iiurcliniilnir W. 1.. llouslllN Hliofn, willed rcpri'neut Ilia II vnlnn for prices naked, na (liuueauds .. ICBill). Nursery, miJUUCilVlMHtj. . . I'or next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure It for you at the lowest rates. Manager Hardinsburg Nurirry. IIARDINSBURO ,KY ., jm ?& ij JUISVII4JE, KY. V v5&-$3'&f- ri 3 Cents. In m $2.50 w $3.50 siiiB $5.00 44.00 r -- '" ,.oa W ZACK. GREEN, 2 .50 $2.25 $2.00 ? mv fon unirs $2.00 $2.00 WANTED A DAY IN OWENSBORO. 100,00, Feet Hickory Logs and i'l -- 'Xuw Holland Coal delivered in houses piovcrport for 7 cento until .. mrtl i SSft.. in - in VI n 's jl M ron BOYS mm Lumber. 000,000 Hickory Spokes. 100,000 Feet of Elm Poles for Ipoal guaranteed good as tho beet. D, W. SLOAN. tt CALL AT leptember 1st. W. THE tpS STONE'S OTIIKIt Hl'KOIAI.TIEM In footwear aro of the umo blgb grail, and rf present o monny valua far beyond the prices charged. 6e that cam und prloo aro stamped on bottom of each shoe. TAKKNO HUJIHT4TI1TE. Wt lit Jiouttlui, UrocUton, Muss. Sold by L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE BEST SHOE CEN-TifrVIE- P A GREAT GAME OF BASE BALL. V1 ::: Hubs. 0WENSB0R0 WHEEL CO., OWKNSHORO, KY. ..- 1 i " A TRIP DOWN THE L St. L. & T. RT.' IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY. . aSlS53t7i c. in u sV YOUR ONLY CHANCE OF THE SEASON. Seo small bills for Fare and Time of train at your Station. . M mK Store Uotrmer A: IlUlilbloton, Clovcrport, Irvington Blacksmith Shop. Ky. Ask your Station Agentfor other To the fanners and other persons llv- -