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Dr. John Van Duyn had long loved M th.b,.omofh.rSaj Katherino Weatherly. Ho had told her H3WB. Sho his love anil favorharei, so once when ho gave hor back to herself and her child after n long, low fever. When on earth, our mother with u ' Ho asked for them both then'to come Bang the ionga of Jesui' lore; into his lonely llfo nnd lot him livo nnd Now,wltu saints andanels' voices cnro for them. Kathorino shrank from of heaveu aboye. Slngi thenngl the thought at that time. Roger Weatherly, four years dead, was still her husSavjorgfantfuilpach thy Meislngj , 'VJ band, ulbeit not always had he been a That whenllfeVlth us it o'er kind husband; and in startling moments Wo may meet nur darling mother of her married llfo had she discovered On that brlgh't and peaceful shore. that her love for tho proud, self centored J Lias. man was not strong anil all absorbing as when sho first knew him. So that his J BeautifuliThings. death was something of n reproach to her, nnd that with tho final suddenness and tho pathos of it all benumbed nnd Could all men think alike, terrified her heart; and while thero wns Things to one mind beautiful and fair i not tho decest grief there nt his death To all minds would seem quite rare there wns yet deepest self condemnation, Could all men see alike. thoro was tho hwo and after loneliness, when minds are of various kinds, But t nil of which combined boro the Man) things are called "beautiful" things i of deep griof to Katherino's mind Some sav watches, some say rings ; the features of griof without its soul. how It shines, jt .Olhera'say 'It's'the sun see So wns 1.I10 held from entertaining tho rr , tit i slightest thought of love for another. Some like books, some like flowers ; The very suggestion seemed abhorrent to Some llko horses, some like faces ; her. But to me the loveliest are the graces Long they wit on this winter day by Faith, Hopo Charity when' they are ours, the library fire, tho doctor and Katherino God bestows them, and. I believe when nnd little Star iu occasional converse, Man Is the possessor, that man quiet, subdued, happy to be together. More beautiful things does scan Tho little French clock ou tlio mantel Than others of his fellow men. disturbed the serenity of tho room moro Lnxm. August, 30th, 1890. than they. Tho child dozed off again, his fair head pillowed on tho doctor's orm. Van Duyn carried him back to his littlo cot, and after eovoring him soft nnd warm, with a touch gentle as n woman's, lie led Katherino back to her seat by tho fireside, whero he told her the story of how his days wero passed, and 0LARK. By 0AR0-L0UI8- E how he wns bridging over tho present blank and comfortless with tho hope (C&pyiiM 'o American that he might somo day win her; that o vClIAPTEB L sho had grown so dear so dear; and could sho not hold out just n littlo rushlight of assurance that somo time such a thing might bo possible just n fnint glimmor that would light him through tlie dreary present. But, no; no sho could not. It must never bo. He must not talk to her of marriage. "Oh, Dr. Van Duyn," she cried, "your coming comforted mo so, but only to disturb and disquiet mo ngnin. I thought I could rely upon you, my trusted physician, my friend, and I so friendless." Stifling a sob Bhe went on in a dry, even voice; "Dr. Van Duyn, never again speak of this to mo. I did not call you upon such an errand. Star shall not fall HI again if I tan prevent it." Cruel words from thoso fair lips, words that cut deop. Overcome with humiliation and contrition, hurt to the quick, the fervor and tenderness now all gone, Van Duyn dropped Katherino's hand and N left her side. Not trusting himself tq Catherine Wrattieilv ut alone In the litspeak he strode over to tho window a tle north studio. quaint oriel window, through whose diaKatherino Wcatherly sat alono iu r'ie mond shaped panes ho could look out on littlo uorth studio, gazing long at the bit lost year's roso garden standing gaunt, of lundscape framed in by the lower half bereft, dead from blasted hoies. window tho red sunset across the snow, When ho could subduo his voice and Ihe thread of river tangled among far Ws heart ho came back to her. :iway hills, and tho tall red chimney of the "Far bo it from me, Kathcri no Weathdistant foundry towering with as much erly, to presumo upon any professional dignity as though it marked the site privilege I may have in so far as to i.f a, famous battle or tho burial placo of thrust personal matters unwillingly upon :t hero. ' At a little distance a cluster of you. God knows I meant to help carry houses their bright sides turned toward your burden, not to Imposo anything adtho setting sun gavo an inhabited look ditional upon yon." to the landscape, and a rising whiff of He paused a moment, a deathly pallor chimnoy i moke from the yellow brown on his face, his hands firmly locked toof a yellow brown house near by assured gether. Approaching her by one stop Katherino that she was not the sole inho added in a quiet tono: habitant of tho universo. "Katherlne, forgive mo. I had hoped Tills little north studio, unfurnished that perhaps this might be. I have save by a huge fur rug and tho necessawanted you so. But believe mo when I ry chairs nnd easel, together with somo tell you I will novor distress you in this ttudio "properties'' bits of drapery and way again." the like was nevertheless lavishly Without another word or glance at as to it walls, where charcoal her he turnod to go. At tho outer door Apollos and Minervas and numerous he hesitated. Ho came back. tjghtless crayon people hung in profu"Child," he said, iu tho samo consion, together with dashy little water strained voico, not his own, "promise color landscapes, sepia sketches, still life me one thing. If you or the child is studies, and .sonio moro ambitious atill you will call me promise I" tempts from life. Katherino Weatherly The tides of pity nnd contrition came herself, sitting in tho fading light, might sweeping in over her hoart, but rallying liavo made an interesting study in with a tremondous effort she replied, with her doye gray gown, her with an assumed lightness: faco so wan and pale, almost ashy in "Oh, yes; I will promiso that. There hue, and tho soft rings of hor hair gray is no other physician nt North End, you ah, so gray. know." Yet she was not old. Only twenty-fou- r Ho turned full upon her for one long yoars had passed over that fair moment thoso deep, unfnthomnblo oyes. hoad, but sorrow had dwelt much with His very soul caino out to hor in that her; her happy days were easily numexpression of wounded lovo and prido bered. In childhood littlo Katherino and striokon hope. She quailed before Star hod had a loveless homo. At 18 sho that look. Sho could not brook it. married Roger Weatherly, thinking her In another moment ho wns gone, and, wrrows wore ended and life had begun as in tho steely, cold light of tho winter time. moon, she saw him strido down tho snowy it lost. They wont abroad for a broadMeans woro not lacking. Life garden path, his broad lint low over his ened. No longer drear and monotonous, eyes, his fur coat gnthered under his jht and eventful, fleeing all it wn3 ami, she began to roallzo what she had too fast. On their return from Europe The btrony man lifted thcjlaxcn halted done. A feeling of loneliness nnd desothe young couple went to Sonthwick, the Imbu in ht annx. lation, which sho had not imagined posearly homo of tho Weatherlys before so library. Ho did not count his pulse nor sible when Van Duyn was present, crept many of that family had died and gone. look at his tongue. He only hold him over her, benumbing nnd chilling her A short lived race werothoy, and Roger, vory close. Katherino, sitting' by, felt henrt, while her brain seemed burning tho only remaining Weatherly, wos not her fears depart, nnd such peace and con- as with fover. favored above bis kin, so that tho old tent jBcttlo down npon hor Uiat "glad, 'Why do I always treat him sol Why homestead at Sputhwick proved not an grateful tonrs would ptnrt lii splto of am I roused to ever oppose that true abiding home for Win, for tho consumpher. A fair grpup wero thoy to look heart for whoso regard I do euro, oh, J tive tendencies which were part of hia upon tho middle ngod doctor, a man do carol" Dashing away tho rising tears she went birthright became Btronger tban tenden- of jKiwerfui physique, with faco rugged to hor child's cot, and, throwing herself cies and finally gainod tho mastery, and brouzed from exposure, but vthose 80 Kathorlno Weatherly, widowed at deep brown eyes w.ero very kind and down, buried her hot face deep In the pillows by his tide. 20, with an infant son and resources very sympathetic, and in spite of the somewhat depleted through mismanage- heavy brigand liko mustacho which conCHAPTER IX ment, had to face llfo and her cliild's cealed tho mouth there was tenderness It wns a lowering night in early June. future with what courage sho could in the faco; ah,, there was love thoro as overcast actually downmuster. Thero was somothlng left of ho gazed .ipto tho eyos of tlje woman at The sky was cast in its gloom. Flashes of lightning anher husband's portion and a small his side, she, of such beautiful mien, yet revealed banks of fleecy cloud growing nuity of her own, but oconomy was so unusual. somber and sullen as they approuchod needful to maintain tho homo, nnd that The great rings of soft silver hair, alwas heavy tho boy's education might be, most vhite, formed striking contrast to tho west. Tho night air in due time with scaata of blossoming troea and early ootjijwUecd. hor dark eyebrQws and. deep hazol eyes, day had been opKaiheriuo's love of art had been the whose fringe of long, brown lashes offset gardeq Jtewern. The and unseasonable, as tliough an ratnbow on the storm cloud of her life, the $oeJlng( color iu that jlellcately mod- pressive Asgn day had hastened in upon ,the Th her young girlhood always drawing, eled face. Early grief had blanched stage at the wrong cue. in after yoars she was permitted a few those locks Jrom bronze to silver, whll At the bid bouse at Ferawood the sillessons with color J ; and after her mar- as yet her faco, whep Interested and vivastood leaning against riage, in tho Jiappy traveling days, Bhe cious, was .young and girlish. Tho third ver haired ! mistress wide front door, listthe lintel of the with' avidity every chanco figure in, the group, little Stat Weatherhad seized lessly watoWng tha progress of tho offered for lessons in Paris, studios from ly "Starry Weather as be called' storm, while on the steps below eat litthe antique; at Nice, in water colors; in and ill .was-Pidgin, and on a garMunich and .Dresden, in oils from life, must picturesque child, a Van Dyke tle Star with John den soat nearby old Prudence, the housesome-wSo that a fair art education, albeit child, with great dreamy eyea and art keeper, knitting ia hand, her busy nee domltery, was horn, and what time In her grave robci, calmly sleeping? Lies nur mother, still ana com ; But ber spirit angels wafted IMTo the tender SbepheriTi fold.f f f IRnftllli; s ABMK-ratlo- ho gave to her art, together with tho core of her child, occupied' all her days. Although thus fully engrossed there .voro yet many lonely hours when cour-.ig- o faltered and fiart failed. Katherino Weatherly was Jroomnn of doepost sensibilities, of warm heart and earnest sympathies. Few thought it, however. A coolkroseryo concealed in largo degree hermvo nature. This ra3orvo( 'natural to her, had boon intomiflod by her surroundings all her life, nnd now her grief liUtlHncrousod it. With tlui mitnide wofTd"sho had vory littlo-t- o do. Hcr .hild, her art, her home constituted her world. Tho other occupants of that ''lomo, were, old Prudence, the housekeeper at tho old manse from time immemorial, and Jqb.11 Pidgin, the boy, who by caring for the horso and the garden earned his homo and schooling. little town of Sonthwick dated its d.irly history back into coloninl times, ld many of its families wero desconded afrom Revolutionary heroes and worthies 7f jihat time. Tho architecture of many ,if its buildings boro the stamp of those ".ifly'days -- somo of them quito English, .01110 considerably Dutch; altogether colonial were the dwellings in tho quaint jtroctu of tlio old village. Tho north end was almost a new town of itsolf , which knew not old Southwick tlw busy, enterprising, iron manufacturing end the thrifty dp rout on last year's bulb. North Slid was modern, progressive, commercial; Southtvlck a memory of what had been. Tho old Weatherly homestead was a little out of old Soutuwick a rambling dtpno house, well supplied with the wooden balconies and got hie windows which 'wero thq pri lo of tho period in which it was erected. A mansion it was considered in its day, built for hospitality and festivity, as was testified by its amplo dining room, its numerous guost chambers And spacious ballroom in tho third .story. It was a fairly homelike place in this later day, with its wide fireplaces and braid, sunny windows, its old time furnishings, comfortable and inviting though antjquated, mid Katharine's foreign knickknacks enlivening sundry niches and corners; ultoit a gontle decay was hero nnd thero observablo, leaving the old manse but a semblanco of its former pretension to boast of. 1'ernwood tho place lind always been called, the donso woods on the east whoso tiny ravines woro fringed with maidenhair and plumy ferns giving occasion to tho name. On tho south sparsely wooded slopes gravitated gently toward the old town so picturesquely laid out, wldlo from tho north windows of Fornwood could bo discerned tho chimneys and spires of North End. I havo strayed away from Katherino Weatherly in nor studio window, gazing out at tho dying winter day, feeling life so drear, so overborne by caros and griefs. A feeling of vague apprehonsion was drifting upon her. Hor child little Star was ill, and yet no worse than ho had often been. Ho was sleeping quietly now for a little while, and Katherino had stolen away from him to watch for tho coming of Dr. Van Duyn, for whom Jolui Pidgin hod been dispatched some time since. "I shall feci so safe about my child if Dr. Vau Duyn but ridea past tho house," she thought. In another moment the doctor stood by her sido. He had stooped and touched her arm ere sho discovered lits presence. "I came from South wick," he said. "Aro you ill? What is it, child?" The tender, questioning look in thoso dark eyes, his sympathetic tono, his very presence comforted hor soro hoart inexpressibly. How she longed to lay her tired head on that strong arm and woep her sorrows all away I "No? Dr. Van Duyn, it is Star, but ho Is better. Ah, bo is better now," sho said, with a glad littlo laugh of assurance, while but a moment before care and anxiety liad formed tho very warp and woof of her heart's fibre. She took Wm to tho child, who had just wakened. The strong man lifted tho flaxen haired baby in his arms and carried him oat to the open fire in the 1 hair, flaxen nnd boft nnd loosely curling. A child mature beyond his five years, ono who could converse with Dr. Van Santa Chun, and who could follow John Duyn uikhi tho origin nnd destiny of dles occasionally glistening iu tho languid flnies of heat lightning. John Pidgin, who between his gardening and his " 'ostling" managed to imbibe a little geometry and physiology nt tho North End high school Johu tho FRUIT-TR- EES rudo of speech and uncouth of manner, was going some timo to study theology, perhaps eventually to preach to his people, tho poor whites iu tho south,ylf the spirit is williu' and tho flesh uot'too Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, powerful weak," ho sometimes said. As &c. Full line of small Fruits for he sat watching tho somlwr sky his conversation with Prudence took a Fall 1890. 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Prudence having no objections to offer ho was silent for awhile, but soon a remark from her brought out tho startling declaration that "Brother Milford is a powerful expounder, but when it comes to dovotlon, to downright consecration, Brother Tombs can knock tho daylight outen him." Katherino laughed aloud iu spite of herself. "Aro you there, inammar" asked Star. "See tho big red light over at North End. Is it a fire? What is it, mamma?" At this John Pidgin sprang up with a Btartled look. Thero began to lw steps in tho street nnd hoises' feet and wagons, men hurrying by, with now and then a hasty word to each other Sonthwick people In haste for once. "Tho warehouses, tho flouring mills," "Tlio Methodist church." "St. Luke's hospital," they heard nt intervnls. Ah! how Kntherine's heart stopped beating. St. Luke's hospital! If Dr. Van Duyn should bo thero! Ho was always thero. If he should bo hurt! Alack, she who had so cruelly hurt him now cried to heaven for his safety. What a choking feeling in her throat at thought of his danger. In a flash sho saw what life would be without him; to have him never ngnin for physician, for friend oh, for something more than friend; for at that moment, and as never before, strong, overmastering love for John Van Duyn, tho noble, flelf sacrificing man so strong, so gentlo, so patient, swept over her, flooding her heart like a mighty torrent against which sho was powerless. Sho knew then that she had never before known love. In nil tho world ho was tlio one to whom her whole being turned. Her heart lay in his hand as a jewel to be cherished, or u worthless pebble to bo spumed and flung away. Hot tears sprang to her eyes tears of joy, tears of contrition, of alarm, of many mingled emotions. Sho hardly knew when or how sho got into the light wagon with John Pidgili, to speed along over tho dark road, lit only by the fitful red light of tho increasing flames. On reaching North End they stopped at the school houso stops, where, with many others thoy could look down on the red docks nnd tho flaming wnro-houhnow givon up for lost. The church and tho hospital might perchance bo saved, Two women under ono light shawl stood near Kathorino watching the progress of tho fire and recounting tho scones in tho street below. "Thero goes a load of flour barrels And some pews from tho Methodist She es 1(1 jj 'i i:i it 1.5 17 111 :iO Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache llendachca.Blclcneadache. Vertigo llyaprpaln, Blllnus Ktnmarli... pnpnreiieilDr rniniui rcrium. tool'roruse rerioas Wultea,Cough, Difficult Breathing . Croup, halt Ubomn, Erysipelas, Eruptions. Tains.... Hhcuinntlaui, IllieumatloMalaria Knver and Ague, Chills, l'lien, miDUor ineeaing In the Head Infliienra, Cold .ii .!$ .'i!i . .'ia ,'ii .'i& M :(8 .111 i'ntnrrb, llrMIIH it Urnrral jiiapnae ,1'hyslcal Weakness 1.0(1 ey Jilunoy 'iH Nervous Itoblllty IVhnnnlnor flTntlirli. Violent Couahs. 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To sell our choico Nursery Stock. Salary or commission and steady work for earnest workers. s A L E S M E WANTED- N BAB-BAQ- ELLWANGER Mt. Hope Nurseries, Established 1840, & BARRY, Uoclicnter, N. V. E. BUY YOUIt SCHOOL BOOKS FKOM FOR MEN ONLY mi alii: ftftbait. aafeUMllllOOIirallr Louisville. St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. Ml'Jjilrllll CUilSHUI W, UUUJOU, U1ICU .I.H)jA.V.n., MIlllll'IIIMtm.r.Arl'. HMIOPod. SU rnuiuiuiaii&Aiuuo vuiljaAll for LOSTorFAILmo MANHOOD; IS. TIME SCHEDULE n 3STO. fr sirracikniuK,iaDKTELorEoocui8ariuTaora0DT. iIIIm IIOKK TKUTMM-DtMIkMUUIr la .r. SO RUtM aa ta Uilllf frail Dateriptlva Boat, IIlt.tifn &A lenl( CaulrlM. WrIU tk.av. iplaaaUaa MS aroaraaiallaSr,flaSlrraa, Ulmi ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO., N. Y. Talc I Effect At 5:00 o'clck A, M VfttI Bound Train, 53 M Snniay.Aug, 21, S2 1890 En, I Hound 7Viih Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 6 25pm 0 40 720 7S1 7 45 Mull & l).ill STATIONS ri M.ill .V Kxpr'M Ilxpr'i. I) lily 9 tk'ipm 8 50 9(0 11(11 8 (I'll in 8 20 2(1 Dally Iv.Un'n !)p't..arj 1 10pm Kentucky M. 12 55 15 Went Point 12 12pm Howard I.ont; llr.mcli 1147 1138 llraiulcnbur Minilc Sprlni 1131 lrinu;ton Wibstcr 1'iirec Kkron Gustnn 1128 1120 1110 1101 10 5) 10 43 810 715 wrpaCwc KW aV2l aA BaKaT THE 9 Hook 754 8U1 927 9 37 9 40 9 4(1 9 51 11) Oil ll.icn 11 mum 8 (ft 7 45 7 27 7 23 BEST s.t 8(V church." "Thero'a tho organ and tho ten commandments," said tho second speaker, "and a covered carriage hospital patients, I shouldn't wondor." "Oli, soel" said the taller woman, with a rasping voico; "thero'a Dr. Van Duyn in his two wheeler. Guess bo's carrying off that pretty littlo nurse Miss Whafa-er-Nome"Miss Stnuffer eigner, I reckon. Thoy do say sho is going to marry Dr. Van Duyn. Hopo she is worth him." "Looks liko thoy'ro savtn tho church, don't it?" TO BE CONTINUED. 8 1.! 8 20 8 2S 8.57 8 45 8.M 717 7 (CI 1011 10 21 10 2S 10 37 7 00 1151 I.iiditiuri; 1)43 (S.S.S LIVER ?aWMEDICINE W CnEAl'EST HEDICINE CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. IT WITvIi ALSO OTJIMB DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, AMD CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. CHILL CURE. KNOWN C. C. MARTIN, 8W 907 )M 915 9 27 9 32 9 9 64 20 45 10fp() Sample Stepheniiport Aildlfcon Shops 1037 1028 10 23 10 20 10 115 rt2S f19 014 1)11 1053 1107 1112 1121 11 Holt Clovvrpott 558 5 51 10 00 1001 10 07 Angela Stauffor. For- M 1143 1160 115.51111 II.iwcsllle l'alcou Ciijcc I.cwlsport rcmt.ru l'ates Uwciuhoro Muttlngly Sttnley Worthlnuloii 1'etrio Skllliii.111 1010 1015 U 02pm 12 5 12 43 10 3d 9 4'J 9 37 9 28 922 918 911 852 8 37 8 27 641 5 31 5 15 6 01 4 4 4 4 4 522 511 Clovorport, DRUGGIST. NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky. 1047 1068 1110 1117 1128 11411 11 65pm 1269 107 117 137 2 00pm 813 8 7 7 7 7 01 33 23 10 01 4i 12 lOii" ltd IljiLitts arjlmdcrs'ii SiMiltsWlIc 62 33 21 Iv 360 333 321 10im 3 10pm A Hard Corner. -- a ht Tho ago of 30 is a hnrtl corner for a woman to turn, nnd 35 is still hurder. Sho feels that sho is fast leaving her youth behind her. But there is no reason why a woman should become faded nnd jxiwe nt 33, or ovon nt 45. Tho chief cauBOof tho early fading of American women is found in tho fact that many of them suffer from somo form of female weakncs8 or disease which robs tho fnco of Ita bloom, draws dark circles about tho eyes, brings early wrinkles nnd and stamps tho faco nnd figure Dr. Pierco's with signs' of Fuvorito Prescription will euro all of theso troubles, will bring back tho lost bloonf, nnd removo tho pains and which mako women grow old their time. Guaranteed to givo satisfaction in every coso, or price ($1.00) ' refunded. ta bo-fo- ro "LicutenafltLoiiisa" --OR, Tho Lost Marriage Certificate By Julian Hawthorne. This story ia fall of amusing situations and lias a most happy ending. Wkm IUISA" WILL AT-- - For.Sale or Eent. Wanted to rent or sell my farm of 100 acres, on mil North of Union 8tar, on tha waters of QonJ Lick Run. 70 acres In cultivation. dwelling, tarn and other improvements. For further Information address the undersigned at Union Star. J. T. WUKELER. "UBUTSHANT PEAR BOON. LOOK FOR KSR. HMfeQiA2iMtfUffMS 'Wir of Mrs. Mary Wright, -- '" "" rijr tt" vyw Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800. Tiik President has withdrawn the name to'lc postmaster at Hopklnsvllle, Ky. of Sawas- BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, Agent k Corresp'nt V. O. RABBAUE Editor '""JNO. d'bABBAGE. I,,, St. Ei. & Tiik well known tobacco firm yer. Wallace & Co., Now York City, signed last weok for $1.500.000. T. Local Tlmo Cnrd. 10.05 11.07 5.58 9 27 11.19 -- 10.05 The lion. J. J. Ingalls attracts nearly TO OUlt OOIiniaPOKBESTS. as much attention by his silence as he How-i- t Get the news and get all the news and ever did by his red hot speeches. soothes and calms a man for his conFrom Dana's the news. nothing but Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. Tin: Grand Ixxlgo of Knights 1'ythias meets at Howling Green fck-p- Mall and Kxpreis going East West " East Express Ji West.: " Eait Local Freight West it a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. The Democrats of the House are determined that Mr. Hreckenridge, of Arkansas shall not bo robbed of his seat without n very bitter fight. stituency Hint he has represented for eighteen years to sit down upon him. of 17 Tin: victory gained in Kentucky at the August election is one for tho Democrats Them; are said to bo seven member of to feel proud of, but they must not think the Constitutional Convention of 1849 their work is done. There is a more important election coining on shortstill living. ly and the harness should not bo put oil" Cotton crop i reported until there is nothing left to do. The Tin: IuMana larger this year than ever known before advice of Chairman Castleman to tho The total nuiuljcr of bales reached 7,:51 1, County Committees has the right ring and should be heeded by all. :i22. s s siisssssssssMa (iex. Eli II. Murray has bought a half interest in a daily pajwr in California and gone regularly into flic newspaper business. A New York man has discovered that you can a readily strike a match on u pane of glass as on anything Inning a rough surface. Tni: Louisville ami Nailmlle Cannon near l'ensacola Junction, forty miles above Mobile, Ala. and the messenger compelled to turn over the contents of his safe. Hall train was held up IJkkd lias gone back to Maine to ask for an indorsement and his The peopje of Maine to Congress. through decency and for the good of the country should keep Heed at home. Mis. Saunders, of Cincinnati, aged , has just had a piece of glass half an inch long cut from her foot, which she swallow eil when only seven years old It caiiH'il her no uneasiness until a week twenty-one- ago. Asher (i. C.iruth has announced himself a candidate for to Congress from the Louisville district. The City of liOiiisville never had a more cHicieit or faithful representative than Mr. Caruth. IIo. Tin: delegate to the Constitutional Convention from this county in 1&30 was a farmer, Henry Washington, the father of Mr. Hato Washington, of Irvington, was elected to that Convention, defeating Col. David It. Murray, of Clovcrport. The contest A as a pretty hot ono and while both men were quite popular, Washington had a better turn for mixing with the people than Murray. Col. Murray's manner was rather of the reserved order, and he hadn't the skill for electioneering that his competiror jiossessed. Hut he was highly informed and outranked Washington as a public debator. Washington advocated the election of all judicial ollicers directly by the jieojilc, while Murray contended that the Circuit Judges and some others should bo appointed by the Governor. This question was of signal imjiortancc nt that time s and the election of Mr. Washington the idea that his views were in accord with a majority of his constituents. Washington died before the Convention finally adjourned, but he was there and took part intheimiiortant work of framing the amendments. The name ol Daniel J. Stophens apiwars among the to the Constitution, but being elected to succeed Mr. Washington ho did not appear in the Convention until its labors were about wound up. con-linn- Stvti: oi Ohio, Cm oi Toi.i:o, J Lucas l oiwtv, Frank J. Cheney makes oath lhat he Amonc. the subjects sent to some of the is the senior partner of tho firm of F. J. County Teachers' Institute by tho State Cheney & Co., doing business in the City Hoard of Education, was the following: of Toledo, County anil State aforesaid, "How to induce Kentucky parents to and that said firm will pay the sum of take as much interest in their children ONE Hl'NDHED DOLLARS for each n they take in their horses and cattle." and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of IIu.i.'s CvTAitnn FRANK J. CHENEY. Tiik distress of the ltcpublican leaders CiitE. Sworn to before me and subscribed in since the deatli of the Force Hill indimy presence, this litli day of December, cates that the treasury is not to hold the party in power. A. 1). 188(1. " The old machine is no longer and nothing short of money and bayonets seems to oiler a chance for relief. Itni'itixuM vn k Montgomery has had passed in the House a bill for the relief of Hart county. It refunds to the county oer two thousand dollars, being the amount collected by the I'nited States ioveinmcnt as an income tax from the county in the shape of internal revenue duty on anil Nashville railroad stock held by thc(ounty. Two years ago Mr. Montgomery gut through a similar bill for Haidin mint v. Tin: members of the Farmers Alliance hac acted cry decently in this county with respcit to politics. If any of them hae ever shown a disposition to run public allairs we have not heard of it. We believo howeerthe majority of them fawir McClardy for (ioernor, and he is not a bad selection. It is time the farmers should be heard in making a choice fin (iincrnor if thev wish to be. Tin: quinine manufacturers of Philadelphia and New York have been to Washington to urge Congress to slrke that article from the free list. Although the manufacturers of this article have made a big profit on it as it stands, they do not want to be left out of that great army of protectionists, who are getting most everything they ask for from this Republican Congress. If there are any other jobs that want protection they had better get in early, for this business will not last always. Tin: friends of Capt. Westfall all along the river will read the following from the louisville Commercial with pleasure, and will be glad to know that lie has tilled his oflice so faithfully and well. The Commercial says, editorially: .."Our corrupt and extravagant city administration" (vide Evening Post, passim) showed up roinarkably well last evening before the Hoard of Charity Commissioners, in the report from the The superintendent City Alms-housof that institution litis been able, by good" management, to get along with something less than half the money approbated for its expenses during the year, and returns the other Jmlf to the treasury. Mayor'jacob deseryes credit for selecting so capable n superintendent. Capt. AVestfall has managed the Alms-hous- e admirably. It was never kept in so good condition, its inmates were never better cared for or more comfortable, tho farm was nover made more productive, and expenses were nover bo low Capt. AVestfall Is a good disciplinarian, u good manager and n good man of business, and, at tho same thnof is a kinddieartcd, charitable, patient, considerate gentleman, Tho city is to .bo congratulated on having such a man to manage its most troublo-som- e charity, and Mayor Jacob is to bo congratulated for finding him and promoting him to the place. e. , 1 ' ' . Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cuie is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. taySold by Druggists, 75c. SEAL , A. W. GLEASON, Capt. A. J. Gross is a Wheeler, but Not a Third Party Man. Mr. Oscar Yates, of Louisville, was in town last week. Mr. J. S. Moremcn was at homo from . Corydon Sunday. Mr. Frank Crosier, of New Albany, was in town Sunday. Miss Lillie Yeakel left for her homo in Louisville lost Saturday. Miss Agncss Malin left Friday to attend school at Nazereth. Mr. C. C. Fairleigh and wife aro visit-in- g relatives in Paducah. Miss Kvu Herndon left last week to at Shelbyville. McFarland is in on a visit to Kpplo his relatives from the West. Several from this place will attend the Elizabcthtown fair this week. Mr. Tom Bryant who has had quite a spell of typhoid fever is improving. Mr. Henry Harrington, the now jailer, J moved into tho new jail last Tuesday. Judge J: F. Woolfofk left Sunday for Frankfort to bo on hand at the opening of the Convention. Misses Lena Dmry and Blanche Jolly, of Bowiey ville, were tho guests of Mrs. Jno. Frakes last week. D. S. Richardson, of Clovcrport, spent several days with his sister, Mre. AVm-Heley, who is very sick. Messrs. T. E. Ditto, Cumberland Gap and W. II. Ditto, Louisville, wcro at home several days last week. Miss Mary Puscy left for Louisvillo Tuesday where she will attend tho Wes-ly- n college the coming session, Mr. R. II. Brashear of this placo will removo to Owcnsboro in a few days where he will engage in the drug business. Madam Rumor says thero will be eight weddings to take place here in October She is a wise old 'Sis', but she will likely to disappointed. Mr. Will Brown subscribed for the HiiKCKKNitiiMiK News Iwforo he left for Danville school Monday. Ho wanted to get the news of two counties in one paper he said. The Gun club has been revived again and tho clay pigeons break every timo thoy are thrown from tho trap, but most generally from coming in contact with the hard ground. Mr. Hugh Owen, town Marshal, was married last Wednesday evening to Mrs. Wright of this place. Rev. Morrison officiating. Quite n crowd was present at the ceremony. Mr. Elisha Bonduraut gave a dance to the young folks the night before he gave possession of the jail. Mr. Bondurant moved into his house formerly occupied by Mr. II. II. Livers. A visit to Ekron last week found business good and the little town still on the improve. Mr. Clint Bryant is setting the county wild over the prices nt which ho sellsgoods,and the Wheelers who number some seventy odd, say thej w ill have no need to set up u store, as long as goods sell as they do there. They aro receiving apples at Mr. Barne'snnd Archie's distilleries, and will soon ho running out pure stuff. They get their wattersupply from an artisian well at a depth of forty feet and as cold almost as ico water. Apples selling at $'.'.10 pci barrel in the orchard with hairel furnished. Hon. Gus. W. Riilhardson is buying tho wheat at that point. County Court next Monday. Mrs. Emma Waldo is visiting in Louisville. Wheri'B,that wedding'cqming off any? how? Tho merchants aro getting in their fall goods. fi. A iJQi M . t S. - Miss Blancho Beard is visiting at llopkinsville. Mr. Claud Mercer will teach the school at Irvington. Coleman Haswell and B. F. Beard went to Louisvillo Monday. Miss Hattio May left last Saturday to attend school at Shelbyville. Mrs. Lum Smith returned from a visit to Louisvillo last Saturday. Misses Clara and Mary Beardsloj' aro visiting Miss Vitula Daniel. Circuit Court business is coming in slowly. It will ho a dull term. Mr. J. D. Beeler says his firm is doing a thriving business at Glcndeano. Mr. George Miller has purchased the property occupied by Mrs. Pulliam. Mr. Edward Porter has opened a butcher shop next to Beard A Bceler's. B. F. Beard & Co., aro handling a good brand of Wheat Fans. Call and see them Miss Linnio Haswell goes to New Haven, Conn., this week to spend tho winter. Mrs. Tnllott and Miss Annio Jones, of Big Spring, were visiting in the city last Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Brown was in the city last week and qualified as Administratrix of her husband's estate. Miss Annie Gardiner and Miss Mary Bowmcr left last Saturday for Barbours-villKy., to teach school. Mr. J. B. Hcn8ley has begun building his new residence near Mr. Moorman's. Clayton Beard has tho contract. Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Lebanon, Ky., has been here the past week visiting her father, Mr. T. A. McGill. Col. Alfred Allen is meeting with very good success in his efforts to secure money sufficient to sink a gas well. Miss Hattie Moseley who has been visiting here for several weeks returned to her homo in Louisville last week. I willjdvc a Colt Showinllnrdinsburg I will also on the 20th of this month. offer several mule colts for sale on that Win. Beanl. day. D. W. Fairleigh was in the city Mr. last week taking depositions in tho suit of the L. II. and W company against W. V. McCracken &, Co. Stephen Zeizer is doing somo fine stone His job on the work in the county. abutments at the North Eork bridge is pronounced vary substantial and satisfactory. Mr. James G. Haswell has been quito sick for several days past. He returned form a trip to tho country last Wednesday, when he was taken down and has not been nblo to bo out since. Mr. Stephen Zeizer, who hns had the crntract for building tho stone abutment for tho now bridgo across North Fork of Rough Creek, completed the job last Friday. Mr. Zeizer has dono an excellent job of work and tho iron bridge will go up at once. Tho failure of tho train on the L. II. & W. railroad to mako connection nt Irvington, thus delaying the mail from this point, was thocnuso of no Hard Tho nows appearing last week. train is always an hour or hour and a half late on this branch, and if it isn't remedied (he citizens will petition the post office department to have tho mail put back on the road between hero and Clovcriwrt. Mr. B. F. Beard's term as Chairman of the Democratic County Committee has virtually expired, as there will bo a now man elected at tho meeting hero next Saturday. It will not ho agreeable to tho rules to elect a man oatside of one of tho members of the Committee, and as Mr, Beard will not be a member of tho Committee which meets next Saturday, of courso thero is no chance of his being reTho Demelected to the Chairmanship. ocrats of this district insisted on electing him as ono of tho Committeemen, but he positively declined. Ho said he had been acting long enough and wished to retire. D. II. Severs and W. K. Barnes wcro tho two Committeemen chosen. Since Mr. Beard has been Chairman of tho County Committee, ho has done somo good work and always took an nct-iv- o interest in whatever measuro that came up for tho success of the party. e, ins-bu- rg Iv Our stock is low complete in every department. For this week we kake a specialty of IN THE LEAD Children's School Shoe Remember the V .f We have them in all sizes and lasts. Brand of our goods "Will wear "VEST'S Weir, SEVENTEENTH School Shoe and have no other. ANNUAL i of Wednesday The Courier-Journa- l has the following: "The prominent fanners of the State, who are no less Democrats because they are farmers, look with disfavor upon the attempt of some Republican members and interested parties to involve the Farmers' and laborers' Union in politics. Thev think there is no room for a third political party, and that all the issues and principles the union is lighting for are embodied in the Democratic platforms. "Capt. A. J. Gioss has been spending a few days here on his way to of the Orphans where the Hrigade will be held this year, beginning Capt. Gross was interviewed by a Courier-Journreporter yesterday concerning the movement into polities of members of the Union in Western Kentucky. Said Capt. Gross: " 'Yes, I am a member of the order, but before I joined it I had a distinct understanding with Mr. Wilson, who organized the Wheel, of Holt, Ky., and it was publicly announced that the order was not for the purpose of taking part in politics, as an independent organization, and that it was to make no war iixjii our local merchants. This was publicly proclaimed. " 'I had long felt that the fanning interests of this country had been oppressed, but I am certain that their oppression consists mainly, if not wholly, of I believe that if exorbitant taxation. tho farmers of America were not required to 'protect' manufacturers they would be so prosperous that they would not dream of banding together in Wheels and Alliances. It is becauso thoy are taxed to protect others that they feel the injury, and hence tho various orders of 'farmers seeking tochango tho existing state of affairs. " 'The Democratic party oilers tho relief sought, and the intelligent Wlfeelor should scylj to put tho Democratic party in power, Then, if relief did not come, lei them form an independent party. " 'I am panned to see tliattho Wheel-o- n in tho Second Congressional district arc taking a (hand in politics, independ ent ol tuo democratic party, it is a mistake, and I fear it is an effort on the part of tho Republican members to, confuse matters in Kentucky to the advantage of the Republicans, which would inevitably result if thero was a split in tho Democratic party. " 'I nm very much in hopes that Democratic Wheelers will reflect, and mako their fight within tho Democratic lines, as their brethoren in .Tennessee and Geoigia Imvo dono.' " The Best Advertising. The most efficient advertising in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that which comes from the medieino itself. That is, those who are cured by it, speak to friends suffering similarly, who in turn derive benefit and urge others to try this successful medicine. Thus the circlo of its popularity is rapidly widening from this cause alone, and more and more are becoming enthusiasticin behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla as it actually demonstrates All that is asked for its absolute merit. Hood's Sarsaparilla is that it be given a fair trial. If you need a good blood purifier, or building up medicine, try Hood's Sarsaparilla. American Enterprho In Africa. The example of tho United States in recognizing tho flag of the International Association, now tho Independent State of Congo, was followed by all tho powers of Europe, and under this name, with tho assent of the JJelgian government, it entered into tho family of nations, and its illustrious founder is carrying on effectively a model government In tho interests of civilization and freedom. Several Belgian companies have been organized and are developing its resources, the principal one of which i3 a railroad company with $3,000,000 capital, now engaged in building a railroad around tho cataracts, a distance of about 200 miles, from Mnfadi to Stanley Pool. As tho American flag, borne by Stanley, was tho first one displayed to the natives in his voyage of exploration down that rivor, so tho American flag was tho first displayed on the waters of tho Upper Congo, leading tho vanguard of commerce. The Sanford exploring expedition, organized tho 2th of Juno, 1880, launched the Florida, tho first commercial steamer on tho waters of tho Congo, after a year of laborious effort in transporting it, mostly in sixty pound parcels, on the heads of somo two thousand porters. This was followed by tho littlo steamer Now York, and at tho expiration of its term of two and a half years was taken over by tho "Belgian Company of Commerce on tho Upper Congo." On tho 0th of July, 1887, was o formed the Belgian Company of and Industry, which is tho parent, bo to say, of the Ave or six Belgian C'nnfrn rnmtin?i?nfl nil RiMV.ossfnllv work- ing thero. To show the growing popu lanty or uongo enterprises, nem in sucn disfavor when tho Sanford exploring exd pedition was formod that only of its littlo capital of 300,000 francs could bo obtained from Belgians, it may bo stated that at a recent increase of capital of tho Haut Congo company to 8,000,-00- 0 francs tho public subsenption was covered ninefold. Col. Henry Sanford in Forum. Grape, for Faintly Mr. E. "Williams, secretary of tho New Joreoy Horticultural society, names tho best varieties of grapes to plant for family uso, viz: For early black, Morris Early, Cottage, Worden and Concord; for later black. Wilder Barry, Herbert, Axininia and Concord; for rod grapes, Brighton, Delaware, Lindloy (Rogers' 0), Agawam (Rogers' 10) and Berckmans; for white grapes, Lady and Martlia first; then Niagara, Pocklingfon, Empire State, Duchess, Lady Washington, Mora's, Diamond and Hayes. Com-morcone-thir- FAIR! OFTHB Daviess County Fair Company Qnko, WILL BE HELD A.O? l Cuunog Tuesday 0ct,7, -- 1890. AND CONTINUINGDR. C..H. TODD, President. A. C. TOMPKINS, Vide Pres. - HM-VI- DAYS. : Treasurer. Secretary. PHIL T. WATKINS, JOHN W. CARTER, OFFICERS . J. A. Fugua, O.W. Gates, F. " DIRECTORS V. Stirman, : Eldred Crabtree, - Sweeney, M. P. r Mattingly, Dr. J. H. Hickman.' : J. J. SPECIAL PREMIUMS The usual Targe special premiums are as large as ever, with over One Thousand Dollars added to the premium list. SADDLE $1,900 will be AND HARNESS HORSES. awarded to Saddle and Harness Horses in addition tothe liberal premiums for Thoroughbred Fine Dralt Horses, Mules, JncSs and Cattle. , f t SPEED RINGS. The Seven Running and Ten Trotting Races aggrcgntc'fc.'aooV The Jjovfl feature of Free Entrance will insure every rajce to be filled and all to go without any chance at fraud. t of ioo feet extending south. The'seats and view anS arranged for special comfort in this new addition. NEW FLORAL HALL. GRAND STAND. r.The Grand Stand is enlarged by an addition U. The upper story of the present Grand Stand will be enlarged and made into a Floral Hall 56x155 feet in size. It will be accessible to the amphitheatre by bridges which will enable the patrons of the Grand Stand to be admitted there without-thdiscomfort of ascending and descending the steps. The lower story of the Floral Hall 90x150 feet will be used for exhibiting Machinery, Tobacco and Poultry. MOTIVE POWER will be furnished for machinery. The engine used for that purpose will opperate a large drive well, giving an abundance of fine water for all purposes. e DERBY. As I havo not Dnvn Mit. EniTor: written to the paper for some time, I thought I would try and get up a few items. The health of this comimuYity is not so good as it might be. Mrs. Lizzie Hargis is on the sick list ; also Dr. J. B. Bennett. There has been'quito a chango in our little town in the last month. Chas. Harris & Bro. havo bought Lafo Alvcy's saloon. I'll tell you Charles makes Worth Knowing- Sam Martin ., has things look tony. lltes ot IIuoiies' Tp.Nic Tho old time, reliable Hakei theleads to many people miserable, and often Distress bought will Carr's snloonjMr.IIcnry Reputaremedy for Fever and Ague. after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, Hargis has the farmers' store and is doheartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, "all gone" tion earned by Thirty ycare success. You ing a fine business. Two now churches can depend upon it. Tav It I Dnua-oist- s feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and Irregu larity of tho bowels, aro are being built Catholic and Methhave it. Distress somo of tho more common odist. I think it will ho quite an imsymptoms. Dyspepsia After not get well of Itself.docs provement to onr little town. It Metal In Tlbokblndliig. Eating requires careful, persistent John Morgan has sold out to his brothMetal has for soiao time been very adHUeptlon, ana a remedy like Jlood's Barsa ers, and he and his wife aro going to vantageously used in the binding of Colorado for their health, and, if thoy books as a substitute for cardboard. A parllla, which, acts gontly, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other special preparation is first necessary, and like it, will settle there. organs, regulates the digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus Emery Hargis arrived home from tho leather may bo bent and straightened sick . again without perceptible damago, a - OYcreoalng tho local symp-Louisvillo Wednesday. .'. of treatmontjthat would destroy courso toms removes the sympa- - HoatmCnO I heard there would bo n colored ball cardboard covers. Tfio metal is covered thetlo effects ot the disease, banishes tho headaeho, and refreflies tho tired mind. with any material that tasto may dicin our town somo timo this month. "" I hare been troubled with dyspepsia. I Mrs. Jnno and Melissa Cunningham, tate, and ho finished book shows no bad but littlo appetite, and what I did cat difference in appearanco excepting in of Littlo Dixie, Ky., spent Wednesday did mo greater thinness of tho cover, which is nearx distressed me,'Inor m h0UIi ,tte good with Mrs. Kato Cunningham. always desirable. New York Telegram. PUrn after eating I woild Charlio ami George Cunjningham, of feeling, a falntncw, or tired, Littlo Dixie, aro Jalways 'saying, "Take Tliejr Made Bettor Article Tlicmietvet, as thqggh'I bad not ca'tcn anything. My troublo, I think, was aggravated by my business, Woman (to drug store clerk)-jDfj)- ve --' mo hack to Derby." which Is that ot a painter, and from being you an qrticle called a two cent po&tago . ' i Oi.zy. more or less shut up la a stamp on sale? . ." frtdi paint. ' Prug Clerk (mechanically) Wo sotrio-time- s room withtook Hood'a Last -- tOmaCri Gratifying To All. ' Barsv keep it, but I think woaftlmt of spring I rilla took three bottles. an Tho high position attained and the did it just now.' There is very' little dem'and lmmenso amount ot good. It gave me an mo It universal acceptance and approval of tho for Quito inferior, I assure you. appetite, and ay and satisfied pleasant liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Now, we make an article of our own tho craving Thad feed relished experienced." previously is tho most excellent laxatjve Figs, that oh, it is a postage stamp you, aEOBQE A. rAOE, Watertown, Haw. known, illustrate tho value of tho quali-itie- s want. Certainly; hero is one. Have it ' on which its success is based and cnargea? jLoxaa Buouga. BoUbykll drnggliU. $1 U f0? fa. rreptred only BUY YOURBCHOOI, BOOKS FROM gratifying to tho aro abundantly Vy C. I. HOOD CO., Arotheeuta.LQirel, Dm. California Fig Syrup Company. IOO On Dollar ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PREMIUMS. $100 premium divided $50 to First ; $30 to Second ; $20 to Third, will be given for best display of Garden and Farm Products shown by one person. A One Hundred Dollar Preniium will.be giyen for the handsomest attracti.ve display macle in Floral Hall of any' descripCare far Gapes. Tako puro carbolic acid, put a drop or tion $50 to First, $30 to Second, $30 to Third. two iu a tin cup and hold it over a lighted candle; then put tho head of the - roung chicken in tho cup toinhalothe fumes. Adults 25c ; Children over 6 years and under 15 years of age 15c; A Slim Uu.lk Jones I want to have you understand, Children under 6 years free. All vehicles and and animals free. Adgentlemen, that I stand on my morito. mission to Grand Stand 10c. First day Ladies, and Children under Smith I should think you would low of age free. For further information see large posters and preyour balance pretty of ten. Burlington mium lists., Free Press. 4 and-mo- A cano IssorL c th Dyspepsia J. W. Carter, Sec'y. - . nn,a. expe-rlea- co e .our and BLOUNT WAGONS, OLIVER CHILLED, BRINLEY, AVERY and MEIKLE PLOWS, BUGGIES of all ROAD CARTS, styles, tho AMES WALTER A. AVOODS, HARROWS, DRILLS, and a full lino of WAGON MATERIAL and PLOW REPAIRS, in fact everything needed in farm implements, as to prices and quality of goods, wo aro determined to meet any competition. Thodobtaof tho firm of J. E. Monarch A Co. aro iu tho hands of B. F, Beard &vCo. Call and settlo and eavo cost. B.F. Beard piflon&Co. Another change in business. J. E. Monarch of tho firm of J. E. i. Eighty four ita Monarch & Co. having been elected to North-weof the ofllco of County Clerk, has sold out his interest in said Arm to Pat Dillon and ono halffnilel5 Also, ibrtv'dcres of eood land firm who will conduct tho business in connection with B. F. Beard & Co. under mile and a Half from HarnpbSrg .uui.11 piucoaoniaina a nouse. tho Btylo of of B. F. Beard, Dillon & Co. Terms will bo Xaisw'ftMer at tho old stand of Roht. A. Smith whero will ho found a full and complcto For furthor'igfpfmaoVcfUlwsi lino of. STUDEBAKER, OAVEN8BORO F. M. C. JOLLY. v--- FOR SALE. st m?nfeulK' , '4JjE llAltDINSBURQ, KY. Brockenrtdga Cireuft Cwuri. Notice I V. in Wm. P. Wheolor,io.Defendant J Kqulty All persons having claims against the es tate of Wm. P. Wheeler, deceased, are hereby nottOed to produce 'said claims before me properIyroTcn, on or bfore the first day of October next, (liven under my bond as Commissioner,!; said court, this 12th day of'A-gus- t, s 1898 1 D. S. Klcbardion, Plaintiff V. Q. BABBAQE, 0. B. 0. C. .Breckewrldge Circuit Court. Ellas h, Malttagly's Admr., Plaintiff, Notice Ellas L. MiiytJj's Heirs, Defend't Eq'ulty .AHJ,it!onVjKI,nP 0,s,m, the of Klla attlngly, deeewed, are here, by notified (0 ppdueo said claims --before prerea'on or before the Srit dayof d as Cem- r ,"rr' or samuivvu uauv miHioner court, tb y of'iKj- gust, 1890. it .For Sale. to registry, - Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 Pnre Bred Berkshire Pigs, all igei. Eligible ) 'V.WV PrP'7 For PrleM'and other information address ., " Ilf BInt to DAB-BAO- i ' Dos J.T. KMASBa, HardhMtarg, Ky. 1 finWsPj. VjO.BAB JS B.0.0. .if TiliriiTff'fflfr jj1a7 ' . .r..,. sigiWff . hv Fresh candies at Patterson's. f Patterson's breakfast bacon is tho bcht. Use Grandpa's Wonder5?oap at Pattor-son'Mrs. J. O. Babbago Itosetta,Monday. MONTHLY AoniCOLTUItK, CROP REPORT. IIoitTICUI.TURK -- il I I I I iTTTTTTrTTTTTTnTl I I l FTTl I FTTTTT l I I I I I l I I I I HJ i s. OrncK ok Titr. Commissioxkii ok returned from V ani Statistics, Fuakkfokt, Ky., Sept. 3, 1890. J Everybody Take Notice That work. ours is tho only "home manufacturing" We don't depend on Eastern in the city. "tenement-house- ! Did You Know It ? And We By S ste Ck Both tlio method and results when Syrup of Pigs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts on tho Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and ngrccaulo substances,- its many excellent qualities d it to all and havo mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. san rnAHoisch cal. LOUISVILLE, KT. oom-men- Mr. W. K, Barnes of Hardinsburg, as in town Monday. Mr. Logan Pate, of Hardinsburg, was in tho city last week. Uso Lake salt, it is tho finest in"tho . market, at Patterson's. An infant child of Mr. 'and Mrs. K. B. Pierce, died last Friday. Mrs. Annie Brown spent yesterday with her brother, James Brown. Mrs. Walter McFarland ofOwensboro spcnt,ycstcrday with Mr. O. P. Sawyor. Prof. Bobt. E. Woods is at homo from Washington on a short leave of absence. Dr. S. B. Adkisson mado a flying visft to Irvington Sunday with some friends. A. A. Guthrie, of Hardinsburg, passed through this city Monday enrouto toOw-ensboro. 188!V80,5GracroH. 2270 fanners hadr-iTho samo farmers have, in 1890, 73,032. acres. This makes tho acreage of 1890 about 01 per cent, of tho 1889 acreage. At this date last year tho condition was 105. This year tho condition is 75, or 80 per cent, worse than last year. Tho crop1 is very much improved sinco tho rains, and much of tho corn on good land, with good cultivation will make a good average crop. Generally cultivation has not been as good as usual, caused by lato planting and excessivo Spring rains. TOltACCO. Clothing House " 'We mak g Our Clothing is fresh and clean and made by our regular custom tailors. It fits better, holds shape better, wears bct-tand of course' looks better. Our goods arc worth more than or Will Clear Out Our Stock any others sold in the city, but our prices are lower than what "We warrant our' other concerns charge for "factory trash." Clothing and cheerfully refund the puachasc money if the pur- Have fA Pile of Mew Styles In Clothing'. It r'n.v Buy7 r s chaser is not satisfied with the bargain. lo -- Bead the public auction sales of lands and "household goods advertised in this issue. . Allen A. Shackletl, of San Antonio, Tex., is visiting his mother Mrs. Mark Wedding. Short has tho' nicest selected lino of over brought spectacles and to Cloverport. Mrs. Wm. Hall and daughter, Miss. Tishin, havo returned from a pleasant visit to Hardinsburg. That tired feeling now so often heard of, is entirely overcome by Hood's whlclfgivca mental Und bodily eye-glass- HEW YORK, N.t. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm, K. Barnes, Hardinsburg. strength. K MURRAY &. BARNES, Mr. Sherwood O. Mason, known to many in this city, as a bright, intelligent Hardinsburg and Cloverport, young man, died at his homo in Atlanta,-Ga- ., Kentucky. Sept. th, of typhoid fever, Dr. W. S. Taylor, Dentist will bo- at J.-T- . tho Cloverport Hotel, Sept. 21, and remain ono week,. Ho will also bo at tho HARDINSBURO, KY. Lcnnin Hotel, Hardinsburg, Sept. 28, 001Bco with Murray A Barnes Court Square and remain ono week Mr. and Mrs. Pierce came in from tho Tar Springs Saturday afternoon, went to OweiiBboro and returned Monday. YesCLOVEKPORT, KY. terday they returned to tho Springs. JtayOfllco with D. R. Murray near Post Misses Cora and Blanch Weinyss after officer spending some weckBit tho Cloverport Hotel, returned to their homo at Ind., last week. They mado many warm friends while here, one, esOffice over JliclianUon'g Ifiintuare (tore. pecially. CLOVERPORT. KY. The High School opened Monday with j. ii. taylou, J. c. nnsii, w. s. ryuxm. a good attendance. Tho now principal, Prof. McAuhflb, mado a short talk to tho & Co., pupilsand teachers which very thoroughly convinced thom that ho was thoro for Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store business and expected good, honest 0WENSB0R0, KY. Frederica Street, work from all. Ho mado a fine impress ion on tho parents and trustees who aro B. satisfied that they havo mado a wiso selection. It is to bo hoped ho will havo of all tho parents tho earnest Office in Flsher'8 Drug Store and friends in his efforts to make a good, '' CLOrERPOllT, KY. fchool. Tho assistants teachers aro Prof. Aug. Brown, Miss Minnio Murray, Mr. Vo are authorized to announce John Blytho and Miss Annie Baitt. m Attorneys atLaw. BAKER, Dr. Physician and Surgeon, - Attorney'at 'R.W. MILLER, Law, Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, New-Alban- DENTISTS Dr. W. ' J. H. Taylor Paynter, Physician and Surgeon WM. E. RUSSELL, Of Lebanon, as a candidate for Congress In this tho 4th Congressional District. Subject to the Democratlo primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. We are authorised to nnnounco A. B. MONTGOMERY, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, According to reports received from correspondents from tho chief tobacco counties in tho State : 2845 farmers raised in 1889, 21,580 acres. Tho samo farmers in 1890, 7,700 acres ; of course a largor number of farmers might change somewhat the per cent, of difference, moro or less. In my report of September 6th, 1889, 1 gave tho acrcago of 89,111 02j'pcr cent, of the 88 acreage, or 37J per cent, less than 89. According to the comparative acreage of 1889 and 1890 given abovo, the acrcago of 1890 is about 02 por cent, of 1889. Tho nrMltisxtjl ' 1 QQQ sswtn una r WUU,,Y M.xnjJ VBWJf n MJ WHJ Ifiwrnut nrnr jVTJb J V in this State in both acrcago and pounds, and has been hold as a constant menace to oven remunerative prices for certain grades. This crop waa so largo that it could nokreceivo proper attention in its culture, handling, curing and ordering. Tho result was a largo amount of inforior tobacco that. could find no consumptive demand, and has bcon hawked about w ithout a friend, and has gonorally entailed upon its ow nors a loss. The present crop started out badly, and so discouraging was tho crop during tho dry weather, that many of our very best farmers thought tho crop would bo a failure. But general rains during August havo benefited tho crop beyond all expectations, and on now land, where it has been properly cultivated, many fine crops aro nrom'bcd. On tho old land it is very badly missing in tho hill, and is not so promising, oxcopt whero it has received exceptionally good cultivation. Old land crops have been tardy in growth, aiid aro unoven. Tho now growth given tho plants by tho August rains warrants lato maturity, and rains during this month would seriously imperil all but tho early cutting. At this date last .year fully 20 per cent, of tho crop had fallen beforo the knife and was being rapidly housed. Yot a portion of last year's planting was caught by tho frost, and a good doal barn froron. full blast, At this writing topping but thcro is not exceeding 5 per cent, cut. Ono of tho greatest dangers is a frost scare, which will force tho cutting beforo it is ripe. In my report of August M I gave condition at GO per cent. ; the condition now is 32 per cent compared with last year. Of courso this includes tho State, and is not necessarily true in any given county or locality, somo being bqttor and some 7v j Fast IN COATS xo See Us. SUITS a! B I IN LIU S WINTER , G WE PROPOSE D R I "Old Reliable" Clotliiers S. E. COR. I I I I I I I I I TO MAKE IN tn THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mil PACE TO FACE VITH ' RUIN. The North Dakota N". Tanners Aro at the C!oator Ulna's Mercy. is-i- ' Acrrago 92. ' SOItOIIUM. Condition 70. Of Hardin county, as a candidate for to Congress from this the 4th CongresSubject to the Democratlo sional District. primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. Breckenridge News. ,iW WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800 IQCAL BBEVITIES. Specks, specks. Specks at Short's. Now pickles nt Patterson's. Granulated meal at Patterson's. , jfangaf poppers for pickles', at Taltcr-son'- s. ,-. Smoko LaPrinccss and now Quoil, at is quit Bii'k at liis town. homo near) .A good crowd is' expected at tho Tar Springs this month.' Wanted 10,000,000 hoops and poles. Apply to Chas. May. " Mrs. J. O. Ycagcr went to Ekron last wcok to visit Mrs. Mattio Koborts. Mrs. Mary Ashcraft, of Paducah. is visMrs. Annie Brown iting her sister-in-laof near Wolf Creek, Mrs. John Chism, was visiting her ncicc, Mrs. Geo. Jordan, last week. Mrs. Frank Bcavin loft Monday to attend tho Elizabcthtown fair and visit her old homo Cecilian. Quarterly meeting services wcro hold at thoElm street Methodist church Sunday, conducted by EldorLawson. Short can sell you a pair of spectacles that will suit vour oyes so woll that you fjvill think you havo your young sight a- gnm. Miss Lydia Jordan, of Bowloyvillo, and Miss Mary Bcauchamp, of Samplo, woro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jordan, last wcok. Mr. Ligtiot Shannon, of Grandviow, Tnd., spent Sunday In this city. Mr. Shannon sells tho colobrated Durham cigar, ono of tho best 5 cent cigars on tho Patterson's. Mr. J. L. Patterson rPflir " BHttKlfe corns, and skin eruptions, and positively HEMP. cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Acreage 90. Condition 77. v. . guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or ri.OVEK. Price 25 cents per money refunded. A great? deallof tho Spring sown clover box For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, has been killed by tho drouth. tTho second crop of old clover is seeding very Ky. light, and very few, if any, will bo saved. BEWLEYVILLE. hay cnor. Tho hay is tho best mado for a long Savo your money, Ono dollar saved is timo, and "was saved in find conditon. Two dollars earned. aiti.es, Tho Cash Storo after running now a Condition 25. Peaches 15. littlo over ono year, on tho independent GRAI'ES. Wheeler principal, finds after a partial suming up of results that it has sold Ten Condition 77. In many localities thoy Thousand Ono Hundred and Twonty-on- o aro being injured by the rot. cents moro or less dollars and sixty-thrc- o Whilo tho profits havo fallen far bolow Tho droulh,did serjous.damagjB to garwhat tho average merchant would bo dens, but a fair crop of late vegetables is willing to work for, it has mado Jor tho assured sinco tho rainiM,,M0J'' . Mako Your Ad. Attractive. r Cash man a littlo over a support; and Nearly every merchant takes special salisn'od).an.do&ers on .with this ho is pains to keep his storo looking attractive. Tho early Irish potato crop was althe second year in ingii leatner, Hoping The object is to pleaso tho oyoof tho cus most a. failure. Tho Bweet"potato crop is tomer; it has tho desired effect. A little for tho noxt year to almost doublo his sales, and out of tho increased business fairly promising. pains taken to, have your ad. bright and Catflo horses, hogs and 'sheep aro in attractive will also pay you. Advertising at tho samo small profits, to add a littlo pays those who harness it properly and moro to his cash account. As tho people good cgndiUos nvikc it wmk TlircTlMisbocn.'anunuBJuilly largo hecomo convinced that our low rate is solid and that it is a fixed principal w 1th amount of turnip seed 'sown, and they tho Cash Store. Old customers givo it aro doing woll. moro and moro of their trado, whilo now Fair progress has been mado in plowones from a distanco aro constantly drop- ing for wheat. Very respectfully, ping in. Chas. Y. Wilson, Just receiving a verlargo purchaso of Commissioner. Boots and Slides tho order of wliich was mado in Juno, and consequently ahead A nit of tbe Middle Age. of tho recent adVanco of 15 to 20 per cent Middle Agos A Nearly tho entire purchaso will bo sold was curious survival of tho Guernsey to put into practice at at last season's prices, which will make stop the public auction of household tho retail prico at tho Cash as low as tho goods which waa disapproved of by tho merchant who buys now and pays tho oldest son of tho family. Tho formula advanco will get. Also just received a uttered by tho son is as follows: "Harol nico selection of Men's und Boys' Cloth- Harol Harot A l'uido, mon Prince. On ing, on ovory suit of which you will savo me fait tortT The salo ceased instantly, matter will now come beforo tho from ono to two dollars over tho usual and tho royal oourta'in due course. Notoa and retail prico. Can site you to mnijy wit- Queries. Absolutely Pure. nesses in proof of this lost asse'rtion. Itomembcr that tho Whcelerism A cream of tartar Laklng powder. of tho Cash is jndopendentand tliat it Highest of nil in Icavoning strength. soils to ovory ono alko. Bring your cash U. S. Government lieport, Aug. 17, 1889. By Josephine Bowon. and produce, but don't ask for credit. Cash Stork. fc "t A special di&patch from Jamestown, D., 6aya: It will Iw a startling piece of news to tho wheat growers of North Dakota to find out on tho cvo of harvest that no olovator in tho state will store year. This radical change in Sraln this of tho crop has boon kept afl secret ns possible, It waa determined upon, it is said, soon after tho law was passed this year which makes all public elevators and waro houses pay an annual licenso of $3.60 per 1,000 bushels capacof tho crop of the state ity. Nino-tenth- s has been herotofbro bought by tho elevator companies upon tho Duluth and Minneapolis quotations. A farmer could Btoro his groin in thoso elevators for fifteen days for nothing, and keep it in storo as long as ho desired to pay a small feo thorefor. Now tho elevators will ref uso this on tho ground that thoy aro not public elevators, and tho farmer who is mortgaged to tho oars will this year .bo compelled tofioll his crop at whatever prico tho company chooses to allow him. In most cases this will loavo him penniless for tho winter. Tho law was supposed to bo a reasonable ono, and waa in tho nature of a tax not so easy to ovado as tho old tax law lias proved, but tho companies, in order to evado it, will resort to tills sweeping change, which will bring misery on most of tlie wheat growers of this state a class of mon having from fifty to flvo hundrod acres in grain, which represents all thoy havo in tho world and which now promises tho first actual return for tholr labor in throe years. By tho plan of forcing private buyiW out of1 tho small stations and agreeing upon a prico tho principal elovators of tho state will havo, as in tho past, absolute control of the enormous crop now heading out This crop will bo so large that tho railroad companies have stated that all tho railroads combined cannot as fast furnish cars to raovo it one-ten-th aa required. If tho elovators decllno to storo it tho confusion and dismay that will result will bo something unparalleled. Of courso tho demand for cars will bo immensely increased. Farmers, having had no notice of tho elevators' action, will not havo timo' to build bins oe ware houses. Thoy havo, as a rulo, no granaries now, and cannot get xnonoy r to buy lumber for new Ones to storo tholr own grain in. Many of them bought seed wheat of the olovator syndicate organized by Governor Miller this spring., Tho wheat was charged for at $1 a bushel and a lien taken on tho crop, which prevents tho farmer from doing anything with it to tum it over to tho company oa scon as thrashed. Tho plan of ,the corn-bin- d will result in an agricultural panic for this eectioftof tho state. Chicago Dispatch. ox-ce- pt W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. Has removed nnd will be found over F. N. O'lluy's Jowlery Store, where I will bo pleased to see all old and new customer . All work In my lino of business will have prompt attention. I will at any timo make Views to ordor. PICTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. N. B. OM Pictures copied and onlnrged. Remember the now placo of business is over F. N. D'lIUY'S Jewelry Store, Cloverport, Ky PANTS IN V OUR. PILE, DRIVER IS L. VESTS' LOW y Solid Truths I ask ! Suiter Furniture in endless varie- PRICES cs ! HEEE WE AHE AGAI1T for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my now and handsome line of Goods consisting of Every Dollar Such as Farm Implements Emplro Drills, Old Hickory Wagons, South Bend Chill IMows, Avery, Melklo and Ura Clipper Stoel Double Shuvols, Shop made Slnglo Sborels, And a full lino of Plow and Machlno repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shtnglos, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Llmo Salt and Cement, Brlok and Tiling for flues and drainage, Cook and Heating Stoves and Pipe, and a full lino if Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps. Qracs and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. Jones' Pure Raw Bone Meet. Cash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, Jto. My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with tbe view of pleasing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will bo to Save Money fur all who favor me with their patronage. ty. I am now back at my old ! stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of Plows the public. FURNITURE, Honest Goods, UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. THE TELL CITY J. B. HENSLEY. Farmers' Supply House, II.inntNsniTun, Ky. PLANING MAFUFACTUItERS OF MILLS FOB S-A- .I AT PUBLIC AUCTION Commencing, Wednesday, Sopt. 4, DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will bo done at this establishment in tho best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers in Felt and Bodlne Roofing. Having sold my farm to Mr. John Nevltt, of Woodland, Ky., and intonding to return to commercial business, I will soil, Without Reserve to the highest bidder, all of the LIvo Stock, Farming Implements, Crops, Vehicles Harness, Tools, Household Effects, Ac, of the BASIN SPRINO FARM. My Stock consists of three Fashionablo Bred Stallions : ) by Aberdeen. ABERDEEN STAR J 1st dam by Lexington Cbier, 2:3H Pumps, Cane Mills, Wood Purifying Simple Pumps, Lig'ht running1 Iron Force Pumps For all kind and depth Wells and Cis Thorough Work. terns. K J. B ASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. BPLESD0Bja,totari ) by Almon. J lit dam by Denmark. (Extended pedigrees furnished on application) irnvpp """"" mTOTA Brood-mare- s in foal by the above Stallions. and Fillies by Cuyler, Denmark and Thorough-bre- d Cows Monto Crlito. and Calves, Hogs. Farming Implements consisting of Mowers, Binder, Plows, .Cultivators, Corn Planter, Harrows, &e. Crops embraces 25 stack of Hay Corn and Apple Orchard. Vehicles Farm Wagons, Spring Wagons. Sulky, Carts, Buggy and one New Surrey, Harness, Saddles, Ac. Household effects Including one J. & C. Fisher Upright Piano, Bed Room Sets, Dining Room Sot, Pictures, Tables. Chairs Stoves, Kitchen Range and Utensils, Carpets, &e. TERMS OF SALE 12 months note, .interest from date, with good security. For any further particulars address W. W. WILLIAMS, P. 0. Irvington, Ky. Colts PUBLIC SALE! I On will sell at Public Sale one-half Friday, September 26, 1890. GRAND AT sssssssMsa PICNIC! HHsssssHssHI POWDER "BY THE A mm? m Notice to Tax Payers OP BllECKENIUDaE COUNTY. By Ylrtuo of the expiration of my term of offioewhlch will be very soon, I sm compelled On my premises, my farm, situated mile from Webster, consls'lng of 600 acres, 476 under cultivation, 500 under fence, a One spring, none better, with good spring bouse, good out buildings, comfortable dwelling with two tenant houses ; alio my stock consisting of horses, mules, cattle, Jzc, household and kitchen furnlturo, alson all my farming Implements. All sums of $7.00 and under cash in hand, all sums over that twelve months time wlt,h approved security, boring six per cent. Interest. Sale to commence at 10 o'olock and continue until all Is sold. A. S. KNOLISU, Webster, Ky. U ' 'i f market. Judgo(l;rray and Mr. A. B. Skillman wont to Louisville last wcok and had a very satisfactory interview with tho Soda ash people Thoy say thjr is nothing in tho way and ovorythiirgisworking as 8 When Baby waa alck, we gave hor Castor!, tut.., .tiaoti a fhlM tftxn rrieA for Cutorla. When aha became Miss, aha elutff to ijJyf Tref f, 4r ADMINISTRATOR'S tate : NOTICE. Ctotii.jC woll as could bo expected. Whea she had Children, she Rare thorn Castor!, Tho Tar Springs will remain open for tho recoption of guests during this month, any reports to tho contrary notwithstanding, with good faro and as good accommodations, every way, as at any time NOTICE. during the season. A liberal patronage The Annual Meeting of Stockholders of 'th Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rallwa i8sa B. It. Pifrce, Manager. is solicited. Neuralgic PertoHs li.w.....- - v.i m i , flftui 4fjuU.win. 4 And those troubled with nerYonnes resulting Ky., onWedBMday, Sept. 24tb, 1898, 'at 3 from care or overwork, will be ntHevcdbj taking p.. m. llrewn'a Iron JBiHersi gmUm o'clock 050. IT, LANKiy, Secretary, 1 tw Ud mrk ad crowed red Uwe onwremr. WOl too Appear fat Thk Vapor. All persons having claims against the esof Dr. J. E. Brown, deceased, will present the samo at onco, properly proven, before to say to tbo Tax Payers of Breckenridge tbe undersigned for payment. All parties county, that we must closo up onr collections knowing tbomselves Indebted to the late Dr. for 1890 and previous years, so all persons Brown are urged to call Immediately and wishing to save costs mutt come and settle at settle. ANNIE MJBROWN, once or we will be compelled to force collections , AdmVJ.E. Brown. , aoonrdlog to law. Ibis is no Idle talk, we mean Just what wo AHNQUHC'EMl.r.T. say, tbls is onr last notice, don't fall to comThe Irvlnjrton Roller Mill Is now completed ply with it, If yoc do don't blamo ns, as we. must and will bring oar business to a elose as and read to 'do business for tho public. Orders for anything In our line promptly fillsoon as it Is possible ed and costom.work attended to on short notice) D. H. SEVERS, 8. B. O. Comb and see ns, 3. S. DeJERNKTTE, D.S.B.O. JNO. ALEXANDER, D.8.U.C. BOYD BROS., Aug. 10, '90. L, Q. ORaORY, D.S.B.O. Irvington, Ky. Sept. Stb, 1890. . HI If ft W 1 EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. Don't fail to attend. A full stock of goods are going dirt cheap for cash. Messrs'. Cash Trade and Country Produce are solicited to be in attendance Come one,Vcome all, and get your goods chtop for cash. J. A. WITT, Proprietor. . 1'MSWsWsvt., v.k Do Hot Fail to Read' It. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. and tmenty-fir- e For Sale, bushel seed oats, far further Information call It. 0. SIMMONS, Webster, Ky. on Tirnnlrnnan Biliousness, take FOR THE BLOOD. U1arLa TnlliMtttAit and , Doh't put off renewing your paper, BROWN'S IROIT BtTTKRS. It caret quickly. For sale by all dealen Io Be41ta. Oct WW feauUw, 5 I v a. r 4k,- -. mfii0i h,WW.W : m0il9imiifl9Am-1- mf1 M"tf 1K'ilJMffffTiWgfWWI,w iij IfifcilUHlliiilWH ifru If f i"ry ' V 4r r t I negan to acquire enemies, a collection of his article:! from Tho Vert Vcrtinto it -ivolume entitled "Contcs Roses" drew , F fioin the pen of the bilious tit. Lundryn "It is nil arranged," said Clnvignac, In critique so sc.ithlnj,'so bitter, so .unjust, T" Resolutions Adopted by tho Brccken voice, entering tho cafo whoro that Fougeret, acting bri the advlcoTif a loud't riege County Teachers' Institute. Tho followlng'rcsolutions were ndopt-w- l Fougeret. surrounded by tho usual group his friends, had Sent his seconds to the of journalists and other professional jealous writer. by tlio lireckcnridgo County TeachAnd he would be on the ers' Institute, which met at llnrdiiwhurK men who frequented the place, win field as calm and careless as he had been awaiting his friend's return; "pistols nt 181K. August 18, 10, 20, '21 and 22, twenty paces; firing to continue until n before. What better satisfaction could llctolml, That we, tho teacher of thin be given him? Nothing could bo more result Is reached." ( agreeable, thought Fougeret, as ho haltInstitute, tender our our sincere thitnks 'Good," mild Fougeret. calmly; "and ed before his modest littlo house and to l'rbfs. Shueklott mid McAulHle for the rendezvous?' turned the key In the door. their enrnost work mid efllcient instrucmorning at 10 o'clock, on "At last, Armund," said n soft voice appreciate the Also, thnt wo tions. the V'eziuet race course. Yon will go cmilng from tiie kitchen: "I am so glad. many wise suggebtsons of Prof. Brown. with us to Asnlcres. Order me a car- Wait iu the dining room: dinner id lletilml, That we admire the high riage for 8 o'clock, and bo sure to have ready." Btnndnnl that Judge llaswell urged us to the "driver wo hi J in tho Inst affair. lie Ho entered the room. Tho table was will bring us luck." attain as teachers. set with four platej. and tho room looked "Agreed." so cozy and pleasant that tho young man 7Wm7, That we tender our most sin'And do not forgot ho doctor.,' .Leave gave vent to a contented sigh. Tho next cere thanks to our secretary, Miss Ullio the pistols to me. I have u new set and moment the door of the kitchen opened, Cooper, for the efficient work rendered. It will be an oxcellout opportunity to try revealing a dainty little woman, some" lleiolml, That wo tender to the super ' them." what pale, with very blue eyes and very intendent our thanks for the kindness "I lcavcyitnll to you." blonde hair, holding n smoking' soup And after warmly pressing ;Cluvi-gunc'- s tureen, and followed by a he has shown us us teachers. hand Fougeret nodded a hasty baby, who solemnly brought up tho rear V.Wm, That we ask the repeal wf the law pertaining to Institutes, and the adieu to his friends and :cpiltted the with the ladle. "How Is this?" inquired Armand, sitsubstitution of some law whereby the room "A cool hand, that Fougeret," re- ting down mid unrolling his napkin, afmay , professional grade of our teachers marked the sporting editor of a morning ter having tetfderly kissed his wife and. be raised. l paper in a knowing manner. childien; 'Jypu are waIting,on tho tablo;f : ' Jlefolml, That we extend to the citi"Yes. very cool," came In a chorus Where Is Rose?" i zens of llnrdinsburg our thanks for their from the littlegroup. as if their comrade's "Rose?" replied the little woman, with" courage in, some jvaytrcdoundud"to their u shade of embarrassment, "she has go ie. courtesy toward us. I sent her away." V.Wmf, That copy of these resolu- owii Credit. "Well, he ought to be." declared Cln"Scut her away?" said Armand. surtions be sent to the lhtEiKKSiiinr.i: vignac. pouring out a glasj of absinthe; prised, "and why?' Kkws and Itepubliean for publication. "ho Is familiar with tho situation; if 1 "She was dishonest," replied Claudine, Milton Coke, count right, this is his fourth affair." "and 1 could not keep her. So I paid ' Alien Kinehloe, "Indeed?" returned tho journalist, reher a week in advance and dismissed Kiiima 15. May. spectfully. "I must put him down for her. You owe your dinner to Georgut my next article on the swordsmen of and me." this paper. Paris." "Yes," said G.orgot, gravely, "it was Scrofula All His Life. In the meantime Fougeret had gained us. Don't you like tho soup, papa?" one of 1 consider my cure by S. S. K the street. On reaching tho door of the "Excellent," declared Armand; "1 the most wonderful on iccord, I had cafe he paused for a moment to reflect, congratulate you on your skill. But," of Scrofula from my in- - and the worst tviie aft a decisive gesture started along lowering his voice, "where did you gtt fancy until 1 was 2 years of age. My the boulevard at a rapid rate. In a few the money to pay her with?" 9 whofe voting life was embittered and minutes ho halted before tho window of "1 used what you gave mo for the CLOVERPOIIT, KY. - - -- Branch House, HAROINSBURG, KY. a large book store Idled with many colhouse this week. I knew that since made miserable by the loathsome ored volumes and placards. Prominent your new book is nearly finished you 1 not ottlv MiH'crcd from the scrof Gro'cery w imuked that I was ly displayed in the first rank wero a could go to your publisher ula, but was number of coquettish little volumes, advance." "ashameil to a.vsociate with, and avoided neatly stamped on tho backs with theso and ask an trembled. Armand WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. by, my playmates and fellow workmen. three lines: "Annnnd Fougeret Contcs "So wo can get along nicely," conAND STAPLE FANCY tried every known patent medicine, Roses-Th- ird GROCERIES, Edition." tinued his wife: "I would rather wait Musical Merchandise and was first and last attended by more The young man opened the door, and until your novel was finished, but I do than a dozen reputable physicians, but passing between tho long lines of books not think 1 am strong enough to go Provisions, Confections, and Sewing Machinos. without eating until then. I have the in spite of all, the disease continued to addressed a clerk: will, but not tho substance, you know." "Is M. Lnvinio in?' Alxiut four years ago a grow worse. Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. "Yes: you will find him nlono." "But you shall have the money," REPAIRING A SPECIALTY friend from Pittsburg advised me to take Fodgervt turno.1 to tho right and tapbroke in Armand; "you must not the S. S. S., which I did, and after taking ped ou the door. yourself out. I will have it 1 will talio I was cured sound and seven bottles "Come In," cried a clear voice. it 200 300 francs, if you wish." well. The old skin peeled oil" and was He entered. "That will bo better," said Clauditif, "Ah," smiled the publisher, a young with a charming air of content, "because leplacedbyjinewBkln, as smooth and is- I man with a blonde beard and lively now I will not have to part with my pifree from blemish as any person. 1 wanted to keep it a secret from have had no return or spnptom of the eyes, holding out his hand to his visitor, ano. "I am glad to see you. Tho 'Contes you, but 1 found it n superfluous luxury, V. SMirn, Ukxiiv disease. Hoses' are going well. You saw them and they Wore coming to take liehuout, W. Vn. In the window? Third edition but it away. With the 800 francs wo ran get a nurse for the littlo one und r.o many Treatise on Ulood and Skin Diseases what can I do for you this afternoon?' "Can't you guess?" replied Fongorot, other things." niQtlyl free. smiling in turn. "1 see," wild Armand, with a sad Tim Swn-- r SrwincCo., Atlanta, !a. "Money? The deuca," said the pubeurile, "that the money will not last very lisher, his brow clouding. "Always long." A County Newspaper. Cartorla 1 Dr. Snml Pitcher' old, httrml money. It seems t tho that you have "But in three weeks your novel will and snick oara for A county newspaper is a county enter-pii-already drawn in advance." be finished nnd then wo shall bo rich Infants' and Chlldron'o Complaints. Superior to Cattor OU, then eery reading eitien of the and it again. Then I shall have a now dress. "Tru . hut go out Paregorlo or Narootlo Syrups. Children ory for Caitorla. Mil' Look, 1 have made thisoiie'ovcr so many lions of Mothers Mem Caitoria. county should be enterprising enough is iieces-- . iry" "A duel.--" interrupted tho other, "with times that there is scarcely anything to give one dollar a year to his countv 'Con-tcCattoria cures Colic, Constipation ; left to hold the threads together." "I recommend Caitorla for children's paper when he often gets more than Saint-- indry for his article on tho Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription Roses,' f am certain. You are right, "Yes," replied Armand, gazing at the Gives healthy Bleep ; also aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. Aucheh, M.D., What is the first value received. Without narcotic stupefaction. my friend. The article was in bad taste poor littlo threadbare gown. "I know I 111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.Y. thought that pervades the mind of every and it has affected our sale. Now, a know." Tub Csntauii Compact, 71 Murray St., New York. a counintelligent person when they see duel, on the other hand, will bo an ex"And you must havo some now clothes, ty without a paper'.' It is this, that the cellent advertisement, and better still, too, my dear. And a new dress for people of the county are too stingy and will cost us nothing. All tho morning Georget. Why, wo will spend at least penurious to support one. Some say papers will have tho affair in full, and fifteen hundred francs." tho origin of "Fifteen hundred francs." repeated that the paper is no good. That is a in gi in tho book. An tho quarrel will excellent Armand. thouirlitfullv. everlastingly speak of fact, the people are so 1 onis bo Will ten enough?" t'fO BE CONTINUED.) -- tingy that no good newspaper man can "Quite safucient." aironl to stay with them. AVe think it a 'There they are," said the publisher, The Quintesse of Socialism. poor citizen indeed who can not spare ranging ten pieces of gold on his desk, By Prof. A. Schaflle, former Minister of one dollar a year for his county paper. while the clerk drew up a receipt. A Suro Curo for all Dlsoases In Finance in Austria. Translated from 'A thousand thanks," said Fougeret. Yet there aie men who aie in business the eighth German edition under the in the town where their county paper is .is he gathered up tho money. "Not at all." replied tho other, placing superintendence of Bernard Bosanquet, published who want their town and the receipt in his desk, "you know I am county boomed, but still they cannot always ready to oblige you. I count on M. A., formerly Fellow of University College, Oxford. Paper, 1.1 cts. The give even one dollar to its support. The ceiiig you at tho Varieties Arislrj from Imparities or the Blood, and Humboldt Publishing Co., 28 Lafayctto man who will do this ought never to be night." . from Functional Derangements. kissed by a smooth faced woman. Now Fougeret shook the hand that was Place, This number of "The Humboldt Lilet every reading citizen of the different e.iteiided to him and went out. liy tins time it was fl o'clock. The brary" is from the pen of one holding A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN counties support their respective papers in paiticular and the children will be y mug man regained tho street, and high rank among the economists of GerPREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. walked toward the Madeleine, keeping many as well as in the political councils gi. rrw,- - if better educated because they take more .step to a lively operatic air that ho caro-lessl-v of the Empire of the Hapsburgs. AVhat interest in local affairs than any other whistled until he reached the leading matter, hence it learns them to swarm of public carriages which crowd we need nt the present time is an acculead and the old folks will keep posted the streets of that quarter. Keeping in rate knowledge of what Socialism really The Old Ailuin. is, for there is no gainsaying the fact in county affairs and eveiything will mind hi friend's recommendation touchJliiru rrluelple, Luns 1'urty. It is told of ti good old fashioned par that it is a mighty movement of ideas Madison-villiing the selection of a driver, he hunted woik together foi theii good. A ITillsboro, O., spccinl vcnortii tho up the carriage mascot and instructed fast razing to the ground the old order following resolution ui adopted at the sou in ono of tho hill towns of western Hustler. Massachusetts that ho gavo the followliiui to call for Clavignae at 8 on the folof things. recent county convention of tho Farm-er- a' ing udvico to his son, who was about to lowing morning. After attending to Alliunce: Recent events in Germany give strikA Safe Investment. como to Now York to begin this matter ho directed his footsteps to"Resolved, That we, us members of tho career: "My son, of course aisbusiness ing attestation of its stupeuduous power. it always Is one which is guaranteed to bling ward the e station. Alliunce, will support no man for any wicked to fight, nnd ns a Christian minyou satisfactory results, or in case of fail-ui- e The preparatory details did not seem If, therefore, we desire to get a thorough office in the gift of the peoplo nnlesa ho ister I must warn you against it. But knowledge of tho subject from a scien- bo a leturn of purchase price. On this to move hiin; he knew them all. Every a fanner or ia known to bo in full at tho same timo if you should ever find affair was the same, and as he walked tific standpoint wo must read "Tho sympathy with tho fartnora' movement; safe plan you can buy from our adveitis-ei- l yourself in a fight mind, I Bay, find druggists a bottle of lr. King's New along he ran over in his mind the details Quintessence of Socialism." For sale by that if tho party to which wo as indi- yonrsolf in a fight, with noway out of the duels he had already been engaged J no. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. viduals belong does not put forth such a nlways seo that tLo right' mnn la Discovery for Consumption. It is guar- in. The first had been seven years earlier, o candidate wo will then vote for the whipped." "But, father," replied tho anteed to bring relief in ecry case, when it Saviguy-sur-Oivwhere he made his who is most iu sympathy with lad, "how nlmll I know who is tho right Merit Wins. for any affection of Throat, bungs journalistic debut on one of the local poused our interests; that hereafter wo will inan'r" "The other man, of course," AVe desire to say to our citizens, that or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam- llers Eiiiousing the candidacy of the strivo more for principlo and less for said tho old gentleman. "In every crisis celebrated banker Noirvillo the young for years we have been selling Dr. King's party." mation of Lungs, Itionchitis, Asthma, of lifo something must be taken for A resolution was nko adopted stilting granted, and in ti fight you must always Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It .ourualist found himself arrayed in fierce New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. ippiMtion to the Legitimist organ. The King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica that tho Alliauco ia that a assume that tho other fellow deserves to is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perontrovursey wound up on the field, Salve and Electric Bitters, nnd liavo nevvery largo nharo of tho support of news- bo thrashed." This ndvico. similnr in wife, and can always be depended fectly fci derived from the where he was wounded, but Noirville, agricultural spirit to that given by Shakespeare, iner handled remedies that sell as well, or papers upon. Tiial bottles free at (i. W. SIioiI'h, dec ted by 7,000 majority, rewarded his that havo given such universal satisfacclass, and thoy thercforo resiiectfully dicates tliatlhuro may bo a good deal of .1. Witt's, llardius' Cloverpoit, Kv., and follower with the assurance of his protion. AVu do not hesitnto to guaranteo ask that their movements lie given uiiregeucrato human nature even in a burg, Ky. tection. them every time, nnd wo stand rendy to proper consideration in their columns. quiet country parson. Now York TribThe second arose in the Bourse, whore refund the purchase price, if satisfactory une. results do not follow thejr uso. These .ie apjieared as Noirvillu's secretary. His The complete novel in l.ippiucott'h lluy Stuto Tax Iteforniorji. remedies havo won their great popular'.ealous iute.est in his patron won rapid A Conductor' Ilurd I J Co. Magazine for September is contributed Something is likely to como of tho ity purely on their merits. G. AV. Short, movement for tho formation of a soon involved him in u disA street car conductor of n calculntiug tax by Katharine Pearson Woods, author of success that pute with a jealous colleaguo, who Cloverport, Ky., nnd J, A. AVitt, club out of labor organizations nnd turn of mind said tho other day that that reinaikahle book, "Metzerott, ShoeKy. nought a quarrel and found a sword fanners. A mpeting held In Boston was during ton years of service on tho Fourth maker." Miss AVoods, like Mr. Kdward thrust. attended by N. D. Douglas, master of nvonuo Hue ho had been poked with parBellamy, has won sudden and wide fame The third occurred several years beIt la Time for Action. tho stuto grango; Georgo It. Clinte, of anoia nnd umbrellas about 7.1, 000 times. ho was just entering on, by the advocacy of certain forms of soc- fore the affair E cry ono of our people knows in his Medneld, overseer of tho stato grange, It ia woman's way to io'.te tho conducialism, and this, her latest novel, is md close on its heels came the ruin of heart thnt ho cannot expect much relief and Seerutary Sessions, of tho stato board tor in tho ribs with her pnr.isol when directed against the ".Sweating .System," Us patron, Noirvillo, whoso speculations Blw wants the car stopped. from tho men whq thrive by keeping of ngricultoro, threo f tho mosj; promiThis particsudden crash. With him down. Men cannot well servo two nent fanners in tho cejnmomrcaltlji also ular conductor estimated fiwt ho had a system which ha, been exciting n terminated with a secretary's banker's fall went nil his of grat deal of antagonism both in Amer- the .pects. and Fougeret's little fortune masters. Members of congress nndmo- Assistant Attornoy General ITonry O. uvcragod about twenty pokes a day for pro Bliss, tho legislatures cannot bo true to Qua, of Lowell, and every day of actual service. New York ica and Kuglaud, and which stands disapiieared hi thiWiiirltiooi. Tho young nopolies and trusts and grasping corpoAssessor Brett, of Lowell, Tho object Times. J greatly in need of reform. The story is man. at first despondent, quickly rallied rations, and at tho Bnuio time bo true to of tho club is to secure an equal 8 i division pet himself to work' lecturer Hall's I'rupiMltloiu. entitled "The Mark of the Beast," nnd from tho blow, und the great body of tho peoplo. Tho Inter- of tho burdens of taxation, and to thin Hon. U. S. Hall, 6tato lecturer of the has that jsiwer about it which springs to recover tho ground' he had lost, He ests nro conflicting and clashing, and the end it is proposed to havo ussessed in its Farmers and -- Laborers' union of Mismd others to think of besides himself man that stands by ono must prove false just proportion tho $80,000,000 of from an earnest purpose, while it is a .lis courageous littlo wife, whoni hb.had property in tho stato now oxempt. souri, laid down tho following proposi-tion- ' to the other. crowded with strong scenes and dramatin an address recently delivered at wedded in the dayB of Midline prosperiThis wns well illustrated last winter This organisation is likely to bo an ic situations. It is a story that everyNevada, Mo.: ty, and who "clung to him closer tlnui when tho tax bill, framed in tho interest v,vf factor in tho fall election. body will want to read. A sketch of .First In any well regulated governof tho masses, was beforo tho assembly. Springfield Homestead. The thought ment labor is tho eourco of nil weulth. Miss Woods, by Hester Crawford Dorsey, ever during his misfortune. The fanners favored it and so did tho of her nucV his two toddling children Second Tho' fanners labor two and appears in thy body of the magazine. working people. It was reported fuvor-abl-y Tho fanners' movement in tho Boutlj served 'to stimulate Jiia' efforts nnd d hours a day mora than any from the committee, and then sent has assumed such proiiorttons that it has strengthen him in tho struggle for existthor clasa of men. Yon will be cured without an inllicton Ixick to glvo Wall street, tho Stook now booomo necessary for newspaper ence. Third They aro tho most if youtnko "C. U. C. Certain Chill Cure' tho Ileal Estate Exchange and correspondents to open their campaign Thanks to his relations with Nolr. .class of men in our nution, "as stingy other coqionite interests an opportunity of lying. Tho Washington fakirs who ,ns ou oVl farmer!' for Chills and Fever. Pleasant to take. ville Fougeret knew a number of jourhaving-become a proy- nalists, and through tho kiudness of one to bo heard. Thoy wero hoard and they cook up specials for tho Now York dailies crb. For Sale by Ci. AV. Short. Guaranteed. , 0 , were heeded. Tlxy killed tho bill in are loaded to tho lmur.lo with charges wero otieu of them tho doors of n reviow Fourth Tho. conclusion thnt should v short order, scarcely a corporal's guard of against tho "demagogues who work follow first series from the abovo propositions iu Nervous and delicate women, should ed to tho young writer, whoso tho members voting with tho people. upon tho cupidity of tho southern fannof contributions received marked approthat tho aro tho wealthiest class not take Quinine and rack their neivesi val from tho literary world. His first This ono act ought to bo enough to wnr-raer." It doea not requiro much thought of inoh farmers iu our country, but tho truth Is every honest fanner and wage to dlacovor how those fellows know so tho but "0. 0. 0. Certain Chill Cure,"' tho novel,- ''A Friend's AVife,"i achieved u very roverso, and tho torker iu the state in uniting to over- muoh about tho dally happenings hun- fore us today that the fact stantls'- begreat remedy for Fever. Aguo and Mala. brilliant success, and tho comedy which farmers of tho throw tho .men and tho parties that dreds of miles away, Tho offlco holder United ' . in. Sold by G. AV. Short. ho drew from it mot with an enthusias States nro tho poorest class of nt commit such outrages on tho people. U getting very uneasy. tic reception on tho first performance pooplo wo have, and. aro yearly and rap I1UV YOUH BCUOOb BOOKS FllOM IMD- Tho period for action has now arrived. tho Odeou. From that time his reputaJJAOK. Havo your Job work done nt this office idly growing poorer. Albany (N. V.) Independent Citizen. tion was assured, and he consequently Breckenridge News, j THE FIELD OF HONOR , 180O - Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic cure. Chilli onee broken will not return. fcTi'iV1! hlf tn Price of on Tonioi. Ho quinine needed. Bo purgative needed. $ Contain! no polion. Cheaper than " FRANK S.COOK, Xtlsai pleasant to the taiteatlemoBu yrap. The imalleit infant trill take it and u,n5TerkB0W.ltu wealeine. Children cry for it. Never fsili to - ( r ' "To-morro- LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, TnTr )u MWnWmvnmuM quinine. 5 It purines the mood andremoveiallfe.' malarial poiion from the jjitem. It ii at large ai any dollar tonio an RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. '' WARRANTED rirtt, keod m Joitn r y,ur Orovc'a TaateJ In, Chill Tol. I thm vlcunl fili th lot from tov m Iwt lumnwr. Tl proriU nrt dtllthtrt llh ll. I on. Chill Tool, to hmt chl.lrni,ho tr I i.i Ml ml iwirthy niidiud, hTlnf had throota chilli for month, ul en r ihern lor jur, 4 nil, wllbli thrt wtrk, hn l1oilDf with lh Chill Tool liuj vert hl ul htulr. lth ami ' eVrtt Pj Mimcihi Co., rarli, TeDt.l Oomimtuii, Mn., Dec. It, 18M." tf' SASH &z BLITJDS . l'OH BA.LU DY Estimates promptly made. jesse "W". ow":e.:t, agent, chirso UftdllLchvm. W. VT. BIIN3UX, M, 0. rl rr CLOVERPORT, KY. Ki&QT BET., 15th & L. D. ADDISON'S from $.15 to $50 for: I guarantee them to bo what I .ay or no trado. Agent will iuy the maohine ti no account, be-o- ue the Inrge difference In our prlcea, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it a low aa it ctn be cut. "My Moito" quick galea and small profit. 16th STB., ADDISON, KY. I tho place to buy SKWINO MACHINE for Ie money (ban any other placo in the country The uinchltn I sell ore equal to nny .that LOUISVILLE, KY. aSy-Menti- on t F. N. D'HUY itis-e.-- Jewcln Department. Department Two drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines $10,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Ma"- ehines, high arm, with all attachments $19.50 Send mo a check or the money by roglater letter, and I will hlp you a machine to any part of tho country. HMpeclfully, L. V. ADDISON, Addlaon, Ky.-low arm, with all atlachmenta. Single Strap Track 1 HARNESS. Price, $17. XrJraW The leather, Workmanship nnd l'lnlth are -.,, the very iikst. SAYE MONEY KY BUYING MKECT. We can sell you v.r". What Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. SEND FOR OATALOQUE. 1CAST0RIA1 A0ME MANUFAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, INJ). 00. The H. W. HEBNDON CO., Produce k (Jeifral CoMi$'ii No. 144 Third St., 1 L b Louisville, Ky. idea-admir- able. DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs New-York- i ) ytfvmmz&zftft ' r iuw w m w a vs&x8y rrv z ! . .i - ss m , EvftjisvhiE; Ind. GEO. W. SWEAHINGEN, 75F V For Sale by A. K. EISHEK. Pres. W. P. FREDERICK, CASH. UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, 9- KY. , I .. D1RECTORS SURPLUS $12,500. Ro"h' Saiu'-Lazar- Wm" W. Hernheim, W. W. Drummond, hoe ft r, Jamea P. Curd, Henry Uroekman. Pays Intereat on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase and Bale ol Bonis. Solicits your UuslarM lc w Wo1' F"J "" y"F i i ij "-- m dm-didat- g, --ci ier-Boji- al nt ono-thir- o, . - H ; ut "Good morning, Oharlio, What is tho nes ? "Why! havon't you heard that tho Hamilton -- Brown Shoe Co. havo got out a Four Dollar Shoo that boats everything they havo dono yet?" . " ' - Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TEY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. r