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Four windows look out upon tho garden court, tho fountain and the Middle Temple hall. Tho rooms are among the plea.sintcst in London. A Mr. James Burnett (a stranger to me) livesjn the apartment' ascribed sto'George" Warrington; tho remaining; iivo rooms of tho set accommodated two friends of mino Edward Bold, a barrister in fair practice, and his younger brother, a student ut Charing Cross hospital, one of tho brightest, cheeriest" lads I ever know. Wo liad a small kitchen in common and were ministered unto by a couple of venerable ladies Mrs. Swatman, a globular spinster of about 00, and her associate and assistant, a widow of mysterious age. Theso two excellent personages woro a sourco of vast.entertainmentto us. Mrs. Swatman would announce, with tho greatest gravity, "Wo want some now shirts," or "Wo shall need a now great coat this winter," or "Don't you think wo'd better get in some coals?" Speaking of Edward Bold, she once said to me: "We'vo been together seven years now!" I am afraid that Mrs. Swatman regarded mo with mild contempt. Sho had "done for" barristers all her life and was possessed with tho notion that other men were for tho most part suspicions characters. Her misgivings regarding me wero somewhat allayed by the discovery that I wroto for one or two nowspapers and magazines; many of "the gentlemen," as sho phrased it, being engaged in similar pursuits. Sho was at all events a faithful, industrious and admirable old creature, and, compared with the averago Templo laundress, a jewel among washerwomen. Her worthy "book" was a fearful and wonderful sight. The handwriting required as much and as serious study as would havo qualified me to decipher cuneiform inscriptions with easoj and tho theory of orthography affected by tho scribe was whatever else might be said of it delightfully straightforward and unsophisticated. "Kollurd lied," "stak," "shuger," "corfy," are examples that occur to me of an achievement in this direction; and there was also mysterious item which cropped up every now and then under tho name of "fag-gitsRegarding this last curiosity and a proper sense of economy conspired at length to make mo request an explanation. "Mrs. Swatman," I said, "how is it I burn so much wood? I see half a crown constantly for faggots; . surely there must be somo mistake!" "Lor1blewj you, 'sir," was her reply, with an indulgent chuckle at my opacity, "that ain't faggots, it's 'forgets!'" Mrs. Swatman's assibtant was a queer, undersized, shriveled old person who looked as though sho had been mummified in tho time of tho Pharaohs, and by magic arts had been brought back to life. Whether or not this wero a truo account .of ,her origin sho was at any rate that most incstimablo of treasures a willing sorvant. No amount of trouble ever moved her to complain; on tho most tempestuous days sho would trot out on errands without u murmur, and sho would fetch tho most extravagant quantities of bath water as spontaneously as if it had been so much beer for hor own consumption. You aro not to infer' from this comparison that sho was addicted to tho beverage referred to; both sho and Mrs. Swatman were thoroughly sober, respectable- old bodies. For my part I soon became their sworn admirer, and this loug beforo I had any suspicion how important a part ono of them was to play in tho little drama of my life. Ono afternoon Eward Bold camo into my room to ask whether I cared to go to Now I hold somo, private theatricals. private theatricals to bo little better tliati public nuisances; nevertheless, .after duly considering two possiblocontingent advantages of tho enterprise, I decided that go I would; and in tho courso of a day or two I received a card from "Lady Barracoot at homo. Thursday, Juno lOthj" and when tho Thursday in question came arouud I prcsonte1 myself at Lancaster . Onto. The performance was to consist of an opening farce its name has escaped my memory and Mr. Arthur Sketchley's comedy, "How Will They Get Outof It?" and that I shall never foget, Tho farce lwred mo; tho actors wero imperfect, and in looking forward to tho comedy which was to succeed I rapidly camo to tho conclusion that it would be anything but a Buccesa nnd that "they" never would "get out of it" But thero is an end to all things, even to a farce played by amateurs, and after some tiresome. ." membered toowcli I'uo original casi Charles Matthews and hia wl3, Mrs. Stirling, Frank Matthews and hia wiro, d Montafre and Miss Wentworth. I had been present at tho rohoarsal when tho piece was originally pvoducoJ at the St. James' theatrj in 13d t, and I knew ovory bit of "business" by hoart; so that my forobodin,if3 on tho prooont occasion woro gloomy, and they wevo ia a largo measuro justified. Tho piece was for tlio most part indifferently played; but one assumption was, ad a woll known dramatic critic would say, "adequate." Tho part of Jerry Arnton, originally taken by Miss Wentworth, was brightly aad intelligently rendered by a young and pretty girl whosa namo, tho bill informed me, was Mary Bruce. A fair Scotch lassie sho was, with a mass of auburn hair shot with gold; a broad fair brow, giving promise of good Bon3o; dark eyebrows and eyelashes and blue eyes through which looked forth the soul of a frank and fearless maiden. The uoso was small and straight, the upper lip short and sensitive; tho comploxion bright, and the whole woman wholosomo, Sho I seemlightsome and delightful. ed to me, in fact, the perfection of all that is feminine; and I mado up my mind that when thD performance was over I would get an introduction to her, and I lost no timo, accordingly, in asking Edward Bold whether ho would act as my sponsor. "Delighted, my dear fellow," was his reply., "I've known hor over" since she was so .high, and who's as good, as the gold tu her hair. And, by the by," ho added as ho took my arm to lead mo to her, "hor father is Campbell Bruce, tho C., a widower with two children; his S.lambors, you know, are on our staircase, first floor." Tho necessary formalities wore thon gone through with, and in tho courso of tho evening I had several opportunities of talking to Miss Bruce, and I succeeded (much to tho disgust of several ineffective young whipivirsnappers) in taking her down to suppor. It turned out that her brother, who was in tho navy, had onco stopped a few days with mo on for I had my station In Now been tho victim of a li 'tistrous speculation in sheep in that r 'ony and had succumbed, with hundred.1 of other unfortunates, to tho hard iinou which commenced in 1808 and culminated in 1870. I may remark in this connection (though I said nothing about it to Miss Bruce) that with tho exception of a Hfo interest g in a sum of i.',000 I had lost every I had in tho world. Later in tho evening I was presented to Mr. Bruee, a massive, stern looking man of perhaps S'J. He had a judicial air with him, which gave ono tho impression tliat his life had been passed iu weighing evidence and finding it wanting. But when ho found that Bold and I were old friends, nnd that his son had been my guest at Ruataniulu, ho was good enough to ask mo to call on him iu Inverness terrace. "Como somo Sunday afternoon," he said. "Wo aro always at homo then, and I shall bo glad to have some conversation with tho man who was hospitable to my boy Carnegie in Now Zealand.'' I need not say that I folt sincerely grateful to Carmgio Bruce for having smoked my tobacco and drunk my whisky in the Antipodes. I accepted Mr. Brace's invitation, and n few Sundays afterward I went to Invorness terrace. Tho afternoon pawed away rapidly and I was requested to stay to dinner. You will not bo surprised to hear tliat I did so. Tlio fact is that (as Bold had belli thoughtful enough to tell me beforehand) Mr. Brace had a foible. Ho hud for years been endeavoring to establish his claim to the dormant peerago of Dunedin; aud onco he was mounted upon that hobby it galloped away with him. I was so successful in my encouragement of his amiable weakness that he took quito a fancy to mev and was pleased to declare that I was a man of sound sense, and that it was a pity I hud not studied for the bar. After dinner wo reorganized tho navy, reconstituted the ministry, fettled tho French question, placed the 'army on u proper footing and solved the Irish laud problem, minutes, nil In tho space of tho quickest timo on record. And then I cordially acceded to Mr. Brace's suggestion that wo should join Miss Bruco in tho drawing room. The worthy gen? tleman retired with all reasonablo expedition into a corner to read a look, and I was left to mako myself acceptable to Miss Mary. I flatter myself that few men are greater experts than I at tho twin arts of being agreeable or disagreeable. I soon discovered that my lovely hostess Vas by no means devoid of a certain splco of humor. In truth she was overflowing with bpirits and gaycty, and I left tho house that night as far gono in love ns ii man may be. On my walk to chambers I mado up my mind that Miss Bruco was a girl who, under any circumstances, could bo depended uioito la-deeso-refar-thiuty niaio srsch fan of ita "ooyia character; had a fr.ujo o! rompo with lao pretty children of mino licut of tio Terry hotel, r.ad thon rowod on to Harloy Los!r, whlc'i wai then In c disgraceful etato o2 Tho Dolda went off to pay a flyiag visii to eome friends of theira who lirod at tho Mill honso, closo to tho lock. Whilo tho water was running off, Mary Brucoj who was in chargo of tho hitcher aft, allowed the boa; to como too close to tho sill, and suddenly tho stem vas lodged en tho top of a broken pile. In ten seconds tho boat would have been overturned and we should have boon shot into the lock. But Mary retained her presenco of mind. With a vigorous shovo of tho hitcher sho pushed tho stern of tin boat off tho pile, and by tho greatest good luck wo avoided what must havo been a most serious catastrophe Even as it was we got athwart tho lock and nearly camo to grief. This episode has been thus particularly referred to becuuso it was the one that settled mc. I mado up my mind as we rowed down to Bishain after exploring the backwater at Harloyford and the tumbling bay at New Lock that I would that duy ask Mary to be my wife. That she likr-- me I felt sure, but whether her liking had developed into love, whether she would entertain my proposal, or whether my proposal would entortain hoi, 1 know not. But I was fully resolved to put tho matter to tho proof; I would risk it if I could got the opportunity to do bo, nnd opportunities can bo t.ic:-epald Breckenridge MINUTES OV THE GREGORY & CO.; Headquarters for County Teachers' AT j Institute, IIKI.I1 Hardinsburg, Ky., August 18th to 22d, 1890. -- Reapers and Mowers, Grain 'Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, MONDAY MORNING. Institute called to order by Sunt. Jus. W. Miller. Prayer by Rev. F. R. Roberts. Lillio F. Cooper elected S'ecretaiy. Then the following committees were appointed: Committee on Programme, Milton Board, Jr., Miss Mattio Adkisson, Andrew Driskell; Committee on Resolutions, Milton Coke, Allen Klnchcloe, Miss Emma B. May. present. Enrollment of teachers. Fifty-seve- n Profs. MeAulillb and Shucklctt were now introduced as conductors of the Prof. McAulifle briefly stated his plans for conducting an Institute that not telling how. Prof. Shackletl and Sunt. Miller insisted that all take part m tho work, it being the teacher's duty, not only a privilege. The vote that we hold Institute in tho City Hall till found too warm or otherwise unpleasant, was carried by a good majority. Tlio Institute adjourned to meet at 1:150 p. in. of showing how to teach and Pine Brick, & Poplar Shingles Institute. Plow Handles, Pine Flooring kept nn hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly filled. IIAU-BAO- BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM Printers' Ink A manufactured. Wo landed flno old monu-mont- s of tho Hoby family and others for whicli Bisham is celebrated. Thon I proposed that tho Bolds should scull Mrs. Macf arlano, who was tired, down to Mar-lowhilo I took tho girls through tho Quarry woods to tho point nnd buck over the meadows to Marlow. L'hcmmo propose. Ho does, indeed! I, for example, proposed to ask Miss Bruco to bo my wife, and that was tho only proposition that camo off. Whether Mary had given the Macfurlano girls n hint, or whether those young ladies (how I hated them!) acted of their own volition, I do not know, but they were limpets; or, rather, taking into consideration their lanky nnd flaccid structure, they were barnacles. They stuck to us with the pcrtinncity of ungorged and unsuted leeches, and gave' us no cliauce of a moment's uninterrupted talk until at length they landed us at the Complete Angler. Fortunately the dinner was a good one, or tho faculty for making myself unpleasant would have been abundantly exercised. My devices wero not as yet exhausted. After dinner I persuaded tho Macfar-laue- s and tho Bolds to go up the town to see tho house where Shelloy lived and where he was visited by Byron. Mary had once before mado a pilgrimage to that shriuu and so had I. Mrs. Macfar-lane'svieinclined moro to forty winks than to poetical associations, and sho ut last fell asleep in her armchair. Mary and I sat on tha lawn for somo minutes anil watched tho passing boats. Neither of us seemed to havo any remarks to offer. Finally, I asked hor whether she would cross tho road a few yards only nnd iuspect Mr. Borquo's garden. Sho consented, with somo diffidence. "It isn't right to leave auntie," she said. "What will sho say If sho wakes up and finds that wo aro gone?" I felt inclined to say, "Oh, bother nnntie!" Instead of that I exclaimed that fivo or six minutes would servo to walk round tho garden, so that our absence would not bo likely to be discovered. Wo crossed tho road and ontered the inclosnre. When a man. does a thing for the first time iu his life ho Is apt to bo awkward iibout it. For the life of me I did not know how to begin. I was as nervous ns a recruit under fire for the first time; my heart thumped away as if it didn't like tho business and was anxious to got out and away. What I did possessed at all events tho charm of uuconven-tionality. church nnd inspect the at Bisham to look at the Prayer by Rev. Pet-riThe Institute was called to order by Supt. Miller. Roll call. First on programme, "Should a child be taught to spell words not in Ins vocabulary 7" was very creditably disjKwed of by Prof. It. P. Shneklctt. Mr. Graham Eskridgu took up ''Spelling," giving the Institute most excellent ideas of how to teach spelling, very ably setting forth tho importance of correct spelling. Prof. F. J. MoAulifib followed with outline of spelling, getting nil out of the subject that could lie extracted from it. Upon Mr. Frank Jurboe expressing a desire to hear from moro experienced teachers uion the subject assigned him, "Primary reading and writing," Prof. Shacklett accordingly gave splendid Ideas upon tho subject, followed by Prof. McAulifle, with each word falling with its full weight. Recess of fifteen minutes. Then Prof. McAulifle treated fully the subject "Penmanship." A few minutes were devoted to tho discussion of the importance of diacritical murks and definitions by Profs. Roberts, Shucklctt nnd McAulifle. A query box wns suggested for the benefit of the Institute. Adjourned to meet ut 9 a. m. in Court House, City Hall found too warm. e. MONDAY AFTERNOON. JOURNAL FOll ADVE11TISE11S. Called to order by Supt. Miller. Opened with prayer by Rev. F. It. Roberts. Quite a number responded to roll call. A splendid paper wus read by Miss Lizzie C. Smith, on "Primary Grain-mufollowed by remarks from Profs. Shacklett, McAulifle, Frymire nnd Brown. Recess. Prof. Shucklctt now nn exhaustive outline on the subject, "Advanced Grammar," followed by remarks from Prof. McAulifle. TUESDAY MORNING. r, Is Issued weekly, and is the representative journal the trade journal of American advertisers. 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"Language lessons" were next discussed by Prof. McAulifle. Then Composition wus taken up and fully discussed by Profs. Coke, McAulifle, und Rev. Jus. G. Iluswell, original composition being tho one greut object for which we should all work. After fifteen minutes recess, a most excellent paper on "How to develop in our pupils a taste for good literature," was read by Miss Maggie Smith, followed by remarks from Prof. McAulifle, after which Prof. Shucklctt gave an interesting talk on Composition. Prof. MeAulillb very satisfactorily decided "How to prevent the use of slang among pupils," by u love for puro English. Prof. Shacklett discussed tho subject, "Assisting pupils in recitation only," showing that it is an injustice to the pupil to assist him in study hours, if the teacher had the time to do so. Queries next in order. Adjourned to meet at 0 a. m. Wednesday. WEDNESDAY MORNING. 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I graiqied Mary's hand suddenly, and boforo sho had time to utter a word I said, looking her straight in tho face: "Mary, will you give mo u kiss?" Sho blushed violently; sho returned my point blank look and what sho saw in my eyes apparently satisfied her, for in a moment I was hugging her to my breust and sealing our troth with a loving kiss. How happy I was! Happy? I folt as if heaven itself bad been opened to me. And she? "Charlie," sho 'said (I had hated the name before, but how sweet it sounded now), "Charlie, my darling I never thought you do yon really love me?" Ono more kiss the last I got for many a long and weary day and wo wont back to the hotel. Tho others had not returned. Mrs. Mucfurlane was just awako. "I should like somo tea, Mary," she saUl. (TO BE CONTINUED.) House called to order by Supt. Miller. Roll call. After Prof. Shacklett had touched upon "The relations of State and national government," Rev. Haswell advised the teachers as to hooks best to read upon this subject, mentioning "Madison Pupers," "Price's American Commonwealth." A pajH-'r- , showing puro English, on "The extent of sacrifice of education in examinations," was read bv Miss Rosa Board, followed by remarks from Profs. McAulifle and Shacklett, stating tliat wo need more practical examinations aud higher grades for certificates. Surveyor F. M. C. Jolly very earnestly gave his views of the synthetic method of teaching geography, which wero uppreciuted by all, followed by remarks from Profs. Curt, Coke, McAulifle, und Shacklett. The topic method of teaching geography wus next discussed by Prof. Shacklett, with a splendid outlino presented. Recess. Rev. F. R. Roberts was next heard from upon tho subject, "The most conspicuous defects in our educational system, ono of which proved to be that provision of tho common school law which forces county superintendents to hold an annual Institute. (General applause.) Mr. A. G. Frymire followed with the proposition in irony that we petition the Legislature for fifteen days session of tho Institute instead of five. Prof. McAulifle- culled for better preparation on the part of the teachers, suggesting a Normal session about every four years instead of a few days Followed each yeur, other remarks to bo well considered by all teachers. by further remarks from Messrs. Coke, Adkisson, Cart, und Miller. Upon motion the subject, " What is the best method of education for any special pursuit in life?" wus postponed till tho next morning. After tho disposul of queries, wo adjourned to meet at I) a. in. Thursday. THURSDAY MORNING. lerrrrTTTfWHFor LosTorrAimro manhood; I "I If irTTOeneraUndNEBVOUB DEBILITY) Weakness Effretn Exeaaaaa In Old nr Hlitl 3Ii of Ermraarof Body and Kind. Youna. idlma ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO N. Y. INCORPORATION NOTICE. sullied pago; that she was as innocent us sho was pretty, and as clever as she was innocent, all of which I take to bo as great a rarity among tho girls of today as a black jx'arl in a Whitstable native or a red Indian in a blue frock. Of courso I had determined long beforo I over heard of Mury Bruco that under no circumstances would. I allow myself tlio luxury of " tiling in love. But love unfortunately is like measles; it comes and it goes and thero is no help for it. Accordingly I fell madly in love with Mary Bruco. We met at parties. I dined occasionally ut Inverness terrace, and ut lust one day at a water party I came to grief; all my stern resolutions vanished and I proposed. We had gono by tho Z. W. L to Hen-- , ley, a party of eight. There were Miss Bruce and her aunt a married sistor of Mr. Bruce two daughters, the two Bolds und myself. We had arranged to lunch at the Red Lion, Henley, thence to row leisurely to Marlow, dlno at the Comploto Angler and go homo 'byths last train. It was ji b&iuig July day, tropically hot, but bright and' gloriouo, reminding moot Honolulu, or Levokn mom than of ranggy Englandl. After lanch wo paddled gently dQwn'through a n VlV TTninMaIrm T,vV ta vimo1 the llolda had developed which pjyang H not origins! views na to shandy gair., wo. Btrqiiea suoui mo nuuey uu Tn1n-l1l!in- "run straight;" that her past wosan un- A Beau of 1829. When grandpa, went He wore a satin vest, A trail of running roses Embroidered on the breast. The pattern of bis trouieis, His linen, white and fine, Were all the latest fashion In eighteen twenty-nine. House culled to order. Institute opened with prayer by Rev. F. M. C. Jolly. Roll call. A paper on "Primary History," by It. L. Hook, which contained good remarks, followed by furthor remarks from Miss Lizzie Smith, the most successful teacher in that lino of work. Profs. Shucklctt und McAulifle gave- their plans for teaching primary history. Thon Miss Emmn May very intelligently und candidly gave the Institute her views of how to touch history. Mr. Bewley followed with nn outline. Messrs. Jolly, Curt, nnd McAulifle, und Miss Lizzie Smith, with further remarks. Recess. Upon motion Supt. Miller's address on "School Laws" wus deferred till a timo when all might bo present, the rain and sickness keeping several away. "Preparation for teaching"' was ably discussed by Profs. Shacklett, McAulifle, Roberts, and Brown, the latter becoming quite eloquent and enthusiastic upon the subject. A man who lives cannot aflbrd to mnko thorough propnration for touching ns a life profession until there is more money in the profession. (Applause.) "Good order whut is it, how secured?" wns very intelligently discussed by Profs. McAulifle und Brown. Good order consist In thnt condition of nfluirs when every pupil mny do his best. Adjourned till 1 p. m. - THURSDAY AFTERNOON. g young felGrandpa was n low then, so tho old ladies say, and ho Ib old gentleman now. For a tho nnstBcoro of years ho has been a firm beliover in tho morits of Dr. rierco's Golden Medical Discovery. "It renewed my youth," ho frequently sayH. and liver It Is the only blood-purifiguaranteed to benefit or curo, or money promptly refunded. It cures livor diseaso, dyspepsia, scrofulous sores, skin eruptions, and all diseases of tho blood. For lingering coughs and coniu its sumption (which is early stages) it is an unparalleled remedy. fine-lookilung-scrofu! fluence?" was given us in a very eloquent discourse by Prof. G us Brown, supplemented by an elegant discourse from Rev. Jus. G. Iluswell upon the same subject. Fifteen minutes recess. Supt. Jas. W. Miller explained how tho registers should bo kept, and discussed sevoral divisions of the common school law. "How to hear a recitation" was next discussed by Prof. McAulifle. After queries, it was moved nnd curried that wo organize a County Teachers' Association, but tho discussion ns to how "to organize was interrupted by tho motion to ndjourn till 0 u. m. Friday. FRIDAY MORNING. Ilonso culled to order. Roll cull. Tho subject, "Whnt force or power hns liternturo as an International In- The Kentuckian. In winter whiskey warms blsn up, In summer It cools, he thinks. And when It's neither oold nor hot He makes no plea, but drinks. -- N.Y. Herald. For Salo by Druirgisti, Notice the label on your paper and ajeelf yHr Unto expires Uila mouth. delay, which en exhibition of pyrotechnic pioneforto playing rendered utlU more intolerable, tho curtain rose comedy. I was familiar wUhthe nJece, and re on-th- , . A committco consisting of Messrs. F. M. C. Jolly, F. R. Roberts, and Miss Lizzie Smith, was appointed to draft resolutions us to how to organize n County Association. "Primary Physiology" was fully discussed by Profs. Brown, Frymire, Shacklett, and McAuHil'e. Milton Board, Jr., gave us an interesting discourse on "Physiology how to teach it," accompanied by a most complete outline, followed by remarks from Profs. Shacklett and McAulifle. Recess. Tlio query, "Why does the blood return to tho heart?" was satisfactorily answered by Prof. Shacklett. Tho Institute was disappointed by tho loss of u vuluublo tulk on "Alcohol and tobacco," by Dr. N. 0. Mosoly, this gentleman being absent on a professional visit. "Primary Arithmetic" wus next discussed by Mr. John D. Cart "Rapid drill work" wus discussed by Profs. Brown, Fryinirc, Shacklett, and tho Secretary. Prof. Shacklett gavo tho origin of tho nino digits, which wns now and Interesting to all. Ho followed this with splendid primary methods, such as we could jiavc enjoyed through all tho Instituto work. Adjourned to meet at 1 p. m. (Continued on Fourth Page.) Roll call. Instituto called to order by Supt. Miller, Prnyorby Row J. G. Iluswell. Bk it known that Richard S. Bundy, Frank Bandy, William Dowell, Oeorgo Morris, Byron Johnson, Abrain Brnncr, Henry Johnson, Isaac Norton and John II Blake have themselves together and became incorporated under the name, known as the Rockdale Plan of Corporation or Association. 2. It shall have fur its object to carry on the business of dealing in anv goods or wures, merchandise or any other goods that tbo said Association may from time tu time deem proper, under the Rockdale plan of business. .1. That is to sell for cash or otherwise as the board of directors may deem proper, at the regular retail price of such guods, fur tho successful and profitable management of Its own affairs and to form all other acts to ibis end. shall have power to 4. This name sue and be sued und r its in Breckenridge County, State of Kentucky, to buy all goods In the best market ut the lowest price possible, and to sell us cheap as possible to keep the stock holders safo at tho seasonable profit to same, and to havetbesame power that any nuturai persun has in equity and law. and regulations 6. To mako all deemed expedient for tbo management of its aflalrs, not to be inconsistent with the laws uf Kentucky or to conflict wi b the Constitution and laws of the United States, to precribo terms and eonditions bow much .and at what time the capital slock may be paid in. 0. The private property of all stock holders shall be exempt from any Incorporated debts of the sold Association, the Incorporated business shall have twelve directors, a president, secretary and treasurer to be selected from the stock holders. 7. The stoek holders shall meet on the 15th of September, 1890, for the purpose of electing their officers, and to pay in as much as of the capital stock moro or less as tho board after elected may deem proper 8. No stock bolder shall take less than one sharo or more than one hundred, and then will only be allowed ono vote, same as tho person holding one share of $10.00, the board may from time to time appoint' such other officers or agent as they may deem proper, aud throw out or impeach any officer for misconduct, and eleet ono in bis place at tho next stated monthly meeting, 0. The said capital stock of corporation shall be Thirty Thousand Dollars In $10.00 shares each, said corporation of business shall be at Oarfield, Breckenridge county, Ky., and under the seal of the Farmers and Laborers Uuton of Kentucky, and shall havo perpetual succession, and shall be known as, and under of tha tbo style and constitution and Rockdale plan of corporation, Rlshard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, William Dowell, Oeorgo Morris, Byron Johnson, Abram Bruner, Henry Johnson, Isaao Norton, John 11. Blakr. by-la0 by-la- For Sale. Six yoke of oxen, four mules, from three to Three log wagons, log chains five years old. and dogs and everything necessary for a full logging outfit. All will be sold at a bar(1E0110E HOOK, gain. Apply to Hardinsburg, Ky. Hjf t qgyMfiiaUgmili Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, J890. Conchies, lias lieeii in session ten months, and there is talk of nn extra session after November. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Hon.- V. O.IIAUIIAOK Editor of Rig Spring, is in Agent & Cerresp'nt s"v7noTd. BABBAQE I,.,St. Ii. &T. l.ocnl Time Cnrl. Mall and Express going Eat u ii West ii " Kast Kxpress Ji West u East Local Freight ii " West 10.05 a.m. .11.07 a.m. S.58 p.m. 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. kJ. i fc V X Miss Minnie Caspcrk'c is visiting iii Mrs. Thompson returned home in Mapassed a lottery man went up from LouiHvillc. Jxniisville and had his licenso renewed rion county last Saturday. 10.01 a.m. Hon. Chapczo Wnthcn is attending for a year, to begin in September, and Dr. Robertson, of McDaniels, was in court at Lcitchficld. now claims the privilege to run his maTO OUK COKKUsrONDKNTS. tho city one day last week. Mr. I. T. Bottcnwisser, of Owensboro, Oil the news and get all the news and chine. Miss Kate Hawkins, of Steplicnsiiort, was in town last week. From Dana's is visiting Miss Nora Smith. nothing but the news. Pension Commissioner Rauin apjenrs Mrs. Nannctto Willis, of Richmond, is Mr. J. C. Reister is making arrangeCelebrated Maxims in Journalism. of a rascal to be playing the better iart visiting Miss Lillian Lewis. move to Louisville. to at the head of that department than did ments Dr. J. 'M. Hardin and O. C. Richardson Wilms R'mgo, Assistant Secretary of the notorious Tanner. Investigations Mr. Rony Bell has been quite sick for State, hns tendered his resignation. have lccn going several days at his homo near this city. were in Louisvillo last week. into his olllcial conduct Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fairleigh have reSmith & Busby continue to make daily on at Washington for weeks, and he is Tub World's Fair Commission has shown up in a very bad light. Presi- trips with their express wagon to Clovcr-)K)r-t. turned from a visit to Paducah. fixed the salary of the president of that dent Harrison has intimated that he will Mr. T. A. Robinson was the gticst of 1odynt $12,000 n year. look around for some one to fill Raum's Haswcll has decided to his sister, Mrs. S. C. Malin, Sunday, Miss Linnie -- g i in a very short time. Truly this accept the music class at the school I place Mrs. W. M. Ditto and family are visitMil. Will Miller has been assigned as administration has been in nam hick ing Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh, Louisville room. on County n ineiiilicr of the Committee with its Pension Commissioners. Judge Win. Gardner, excounty Judge Mr. Logan Pate has a contract in the Courts in the Constitutional Convention. stave business with the Cincinnati Coop- of Hardin' county was in town Inst week. At the rate the timber is being cut Lena Nevitt, daughter of It. II. Nevitt, The fall races have begun at Louis- and slashed in the western iortion of erage Co. has been quite sick but is now improvville. There are over .VX) horses on the Mr. Henry Harper has just completed this county, and rim out in the creeks ing. grounds, and the sport is said to be betand on the railroads, it is going o leave a new dwelling house on his farm this ...111 list i n1linikln ter ftmn common. aa i i I'iil.. Trot. Scott and wife, of Alton, Ind.i side of West View. " us Willi Diu nine mm have arrived and are at tho St. Cloud 11. F. Beard and N. McC. Mercer have There was never as a few in Tiik Republican Senate has passed a many agents scouring our county before, been in Louisvillo several days attend- Hotel. allowing SI- - per month to women bill Gus Harris was in Louisville last week taking in every acre of timber, as there ing the railroad suit. who served six months as army nurses. are now. And the ioor farmer, burhas been open Mr. Harris is an apolicant for the post-offiThe llardinsburg bank The wet nurses are yet to be provided dened with short crops and a high tariff, here.' but a few weeks and the cashier rciiorts for. to be reduced to the necessity of that his business has been very satisfacElvice Wimp, II. C. Woodson,' Geo. seems Frymiro nnd C. A. Coleman were in parting with it to get money on which to tory. The new Democratic County CommitMr. Lee Bishop and Miss Yircna Louisville last week. tee, under the leadership of Mug Severs, subsist. Mr. Gus Morcinen, of Florida, nnd his ought to 1k able to do some effective Clarkson were married last Thursday at Ohio, Citv ok Toledo,! m work. (Jet the young men worked into Stvte ok I.l'CAH Coi'xtv, the residence of Mr. John DeJemette, mother from Jefferson county, visited i Mr. A. Moremen last week. Rev. T. O. Cox officiating. the harness and victories in the future Frank . I. Cheney makes oath that he will 1k easy. Mr. Jas. Ricketts nnd family have reman, who was Tom Harris, a timber is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. in the City arrested and tried before Judge Adkis- - moved to Louisville where Mr. Ricketts Cheney & Co., doing business A iinwn itiov to the effect that railhavwill engage in the drug busitfetw. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, son last Saturday on the charge of issuroad companies be prohibited from of ing obtained money under false preRev. E. II. Morrison left last Wednesand that said firm will pay the sum ing free passes to judges of courts, legis- ONK mTNDRED DOLLARS for each tenses from Moorman ifcdtecler at (Jlen day for Bowling Green to attend the Anlators and other public ollicers, has been nual Conference in session there. and every case of Catarrh that cannot be Dean, was acquitted. introduced in the Constitutional Convencured bv the use of Hall's Cataiiiui The City Council met Monday night Mr. W. M. Ditto has accepted tho po ' tion bv Mr. Strauss. FRANK .1. CHENEY. CViie. and elected Mr. Frank Haswell a mem- sition as general manager for tho LouisSworn to betore me and subscribed in ber of the board to fill the vacancy ville Salt Co., who have a plant here. Isiouu ition has reached Frankfort my presence, this titli day of December, caused bv the death of James G. Has Miss Nellie Fairleigh, of Louisville, and that Dick Tnte is certainly in Missouri. A.D. 1S8I1. well. Judge Board was elected city at- Mr. Tom Fairleigh, of Hopkinsville, were This is most probably another fake, as , ... A. W. (JLEASON, torney and Taylor Beard mayor pro. the guests of Miss Mary Fairleigh Sunthe general opinion is that poor old Dick SHAL tern. day. Xotanj Public. w has long since passed in his checks for There was a pretty large crowd out at is taken internally Dr. Pruitt, of West Point, was here last Hall's Catarrh Cure another clime. show last Saturday. week looking around with n view of loand acts directly on the blood and Win. Beard's colt or thirty mule colts cating here. Send for Some twenty-fiv- e We have not heard A iiKTTKit political feeling exists in the mucous surfaces of the system. were entered for the premium of $10, whether he will do so or not. free. district now tlmn did a mouth testimonials, was pretty lively. The F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. and the contest ago. The Alliances have instructed The newly elected Democratic County animals were all very good and the 75c. by Dmggists, delegates to unite on the Demojudges were some time in settling down Committee met here on the 13th iust., cratic nominee at the Henderson Conon a winner. Finally they narrowed and completed their organization by the The Eleventh Census. vention, Oct. Pith, and the political sea is down to two, one belonging to Mr. Win. election of John D. Hardin ns chairman Below we give a table showing the more quiet. Vessels and the other to Thomas and L. A. Faurest as secretary. population of the various States by the The Presbyterian preacher will preach Rhodes. The colts were led out and afThe Itepublican party has not served 11th census: ter considerable juggling it was decided at the Baptist church Friday and Satur18S0. 1S!,0. out but half its present term, but at the STti. to give it to the Vessels colt. Mr. Ves- day night, nnd on next Sunday will beextravagant rate it has drawn iion the New York sels afterwards sold it for $75. The ani- gin a protratced meeting at Cedar Grove. and Pennsylvania Treasury for funds to pay 5,'S(!,0m 4,282,8(51 mal was four months old, four feet, five Miss Lizzie Rawlings. who for the past :!,077,871 :5,S01, other reckless expenditures they have Illinois inches high, and weighed two years has been visiting relatives in and one-ha:5,l!00,()00 :J,198,0P2 brought upon the country, they have Ohio 4(5(5 pounds. Lob Angelos, Oil., started for home last i:!,!i.")ii,:;07.iMi in excess of re- Missouri 2,788,000 2,108,780 expended We don't know whether tho railroad Friday and will arrive in October. Be2,22:5,822 1,78,301 Theie will be another panic Indiana ceipts. 0 that runs out of this town will give re- fore her return she will visit San Fran1,0:10,(1:57 moreseveie than that of '7:5 upon us ill Michigan duced rates to the Fall Celebration or cisco, Denver, Kansas City nnd other (J. O. P. calls a Texas a little while unless the 2,142,000 l,78:5,ilST, not. There are numbers of people here places. 1,'KMi.OOO halt in public expenditures. Massachusetts He John Starks died last Monday. 1,024,015 who would like to attend tho Owensboro 1,(520,000 Iowa 1.542,180 fair, but they don't know that the road had received his commission as postl,S!Hi,000 in Vermont (ieorgia The political turn-ove- r Since 1,048,000 will offer any reduced rates in travel. master, but had never qualified. l.SSO.SSO will dwindle into insignificance after the Kentucky 1,878,000 1,512,505 Tho fact is, the railroad company nor his death several applications have been Pennsylvania if Quay's can- Virginia election in 1,804,000 l,542,:55(l none of its ollicials ever offer anything made for the appointment nnd n lively didate, I lelamatcr, doesn't keep his life Tennessee 1,082,000 1,:'.15,4!)7 concerning the business of their road to time is promised among our Republican and acts Ix'ttcr concealed from the peo- Wisconsin this department of the News for publica friends before this' contest is settled. (KMl.ODO 1,080,000 ple. He is becoming too well known, Kansas Caiolina.... 1,07:5,000 1,:!!K5,750 tion, and hence the public never know Meanwhile Mrs. Green still presides at and to know an average Pennsylvania North ) anything about them. They have an the postoffice with entire satisfaction to 1,(54(5,000 1,202,5a-is to le Alabama politician and 780,072 idea that there is a road coining into all. 1,415,000 Minnesota familiar with the whole category of this town, but what it is doing they 1 ,232,1 10 1 ,408,000 New Jersev Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 1,1:51,5(17 know as little as any community on 1,1147,000 Tho best salvo in the world for cuts, Mississippi earth. A man walked out to the depot, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever 804,0(14 1,:U2,000 Tin: scathing denunciation of Senator California a half mile from town, the other day, to sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, (105,578 1,1(54,000 Quay as a "branded criminal," made by South Carolina !t:t!,i)40 inquire of the agent when a train would corns, and skin eruptions, and positively 1,122,000 Congressman Kennady, of Ohio, doesn't Louisiana 552,402 arrive. He hadn't Been a time card and cures Piles, or no pay required. It is 1,105,000 indicate that the (J. O. P. Js in fair work- Nebraska couldn't find one. Oh, this is a Jim guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or !):I4,(;!4 1,070,000 ing order. Such bitter accusations com- Maryland 802,525 dandy railroad, this is. ,04:1,000 Price 25 cents ier money refunded. A rkansas ing fiom one of Qu.in's party, are not in.... 775,000 018,457 box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, West Virginia Where is He ! spiring leading for Republicans, but 022,700 7:55,000 Ky., and J. A. Witt, llardinsburg, editor The Rev. John J. when it is ascertained that Kcnnady's Connecticut (558,000 U48,i:!0 Richmond Christian Advocate, wants to Ky. Maine remarks were indorsed by a large numl(tl,:!27 know 410,000 the whereabouts of Lemuel W. ber of Republican Congressmen, it looks Colorado STEPHENSPORT. :Hi5,!t!)l Powell, who once lived at Powell's Mill, like the house is divided against itself. New Hampshire .... 1)81,000 :178,000 near Crozet, Albemarle county, Va. Dr. Quay's friends should resent such as- South Dakota Miss Violet Miller went to Louisville :177,000 75,110 address is Richmond, Va. saults, or step dow ii and out. That Ken- Washington Saturday. 20(),4!i:i :S70,000 nady is a staunch Itepublican cannot be Florida Mr. James Payne went to Evansville :W2,000 332,280 ROCK HAVEN. speech in which Vermont denied, for in the same last week. 270,531 328,000 be villilies Quay, he preaches good Re- Rhode Island Rock Haven has fivo daily mails. Miss Emma Moseley is teaching school 171,708 305,000 Oregon publican doctrine. Very little wheat sowing so far in this near Lodiburg. 181,000 North Dakota neighlsjrhood. 107,000 140,008 Mr. Joel Pile and Miss Ella Moseley Delaware Sucking mules bring from $40 to $50 on: xkw cifAMUAX. 3(5,150 128,000 opened school hero Monday. Montana in this neighborhood. The Democrats of the county, thiouuh Idaho 7(5,000 32,710 Mrs. Ella Wntlington visited her parMr. F. K. Summers shipped two cartheir representatives in convention, Wyoming 20,!8!t 00,000 ents in Evansvfllo last week. of cattle to Louisville this week. have elected Mr. D. II. Severs, of 02,200 loads 40,000 Nevada For fear of making some of your readMr. P. K. Malin, attorney, was attendChairman of the Democratic ers "tired" we will leave off. ing in 'Squire Keith's court last week. This position is not To All. GratifyingCounty Committee. The Grahaniton Cotton Mill is way Dr. Goldstein and Mr. James Lay spent one alone of honor, and sought simply to The high position attained and the behind with orders for picking sacks. several days in Louisville last week. acipiire distinction and prominence in universal acceptance and approval of the Mr. 11. W. Minter, of Irvington, was in Mr. Taylor llnnks visited Henderson the party, but it is a position of much pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of importance and responsibility, and in Figs, is the most excellent laxative our midst looking after tho interest of nnd other points below Inst week. volves the exercise of responsible duties known, illustrate the value of the cjuali-itie- s his farm. The Rev. Jordan Hall, of Now Albany, Mr. Will Mosshurger, of Hardin counwhen properly exercised. The county preached at the M. E. church Sunday on which its success is based and ty, has sold his farm near here to Mr. chairman is the spokesman of the party are abundantly gratifying night. to tho John Bimjrar. throughout the county, and the prime California Fig Syrup Company. Tho meeting nt tho Baptist church Mr. Jas. C. Preston, of Louisville, was mover of all well regulated campaigns, closed last week with eight additions to in town looking after the interest of tho lie it is to whom the bulk of the party The Baptist Association. the church. L. St. L. & T. R. It. look to for counsel and advice uon all The (ioshen Ilaptist Association met Miss Mabol Moorman who has been Mr. Doc Suttles, of Vino Grove, is of the matters affecting the interest with the Clover Creek church, four Crawin its present and future welfare. miles from this place, on the 18th iust. thinking of putting up n blacksmith visiting her aunt, Mrs. Andrew p.irty ford, will leave for her home in Yclvlng-to- n shop at Penuebaker. District committeemen and all subordiTwenty-eigh- t churches compose the AsMr. Cyrus Harrington was called to nate officials should confer with him, sociation. There were present fifteen Breckonridge county very suddenly by and, as near as possible, follow the in- Ininisters and fifty other messengers Of Interest to the Members of the structions received through him from from the various churches. Tho session the death of his brother. A. 0. U. W. Mr. James Kintncr, of Harrison counthe State Centra! Committee on organi- was an interesting and profitable ono. Grand Master Workman McIIcnry and ty, Ind.,- is going to sink another gas zation. It is only through a plan of suc- The brethren contributed in tho past Grand Foreman Osborne intend, nt un cessful organization that the party can year about $500 for missions and about well on his farm this fall. Mr. Henry Shelton, of this place, lias a early day, to pay a visit to Clovcrport to succeed in elections. We hope the gen- $2,500 for church buildings, besides libbarge loads of put Clover Lodge in good working order contract for twenty-fiv-o tlemen who have the future success of eral contributions to the Ilaptist OrThis lodge was organized by D. Stickles stone for Ixmisvlllo contractors. party in hand, will make it a part of the phans' Home and the Ministers' Aid Soof tho Ohio Valley last year, but on account of some alleged Mr. John Ilrnwncr, their business to confer often witli the ciety. These contributions were indeRailroad, is visiting old friends near this queer business on tho part of tho Organewly elected chairman, and aid him, as pendent of pastors' salaries and other nizer nnd n misunderstanding on tho part far as possible, in shaping the plans or home expenses. There was one new place John is a capital operator. Tho fruit drier at Ekron is working of Clovers' first ofllcers, things have R-ea more Hrfect union. Mr. It. F. Beard, church received into the Association who has just retired from this jtosition, during tho year. Tho 28 ehurches of ten hands at present. Tho Brandy dis- in a bad shape there. Our Grand Lodge officers efforts should tillery has a capacity of three barrels per rendered his party much valuable servthis body contain 2,500 members. Tho day. meet with success in their endeavor, for honor him foi it. While ice, and they next meeting of the Association will lw The merchants in this part of tho nowhere in this magnificent commonlie was not much of a politician, lie was held in this city in September, 181)1. country seem to be doing a very fair wealth nro.thoro better and truer ieoplo a man of extensive intlueucu in his business, considering tho complaint of tiio old Kentucky typo than can bo county, and Ills opinions were always Worth Knowing- found in Breckenridge county. Kentucubout the scarcity of money. weighty and instructive. Mr. Severs is You can put a letter in tho ofllco at ky Workman. IIuoiies' Tonic. The old time, reliable lie is active and aga younger maii but ' Garncttsvillo, mailed to Louisville, and IiADIKN gressive, ami If ho will throw tho proper remedy for Fever and Aguo. ReputaNeeding tonic, or children Out want building of organization in tion earned by Thirty years success. You at the tlmo it starts you can walk and energy into tho work ihould UVo huown's ihom mittkhs. tho start lie will liavo no trouble in can dejend iTioii it. Tuv ItI Dnufl- - beat it eight hours. Bro. Wanamakor Ii pleasant to take, cure Malaria, lodlget-UoIt ought to remedy this matter. UIHTH HAVE IT. it. holding t he Ikivh in line. end UlilouincM. All dcan . Mr. E. W. Jones, Although the. last legislature tried toj city. wipe out of tins the pass nlnw that would JohnT. Ditto was in Louisville last Judge W. A. Hnrton has been in the lotState everything to the shape of n week. several days. tery, there seems to bo some, difference city Harry Bell, of Guston,- - was in town Mr. J. R. Johnson's littlo child hns subject among lawyers of opinion on the Sunday. was been sick for several days. at Frankfort. Before such a law J. T. Woolfolk was at'liomoun-day- . Dress Goods HENRIETTAS. V FALL 1890 CASHMERES. ' Fall and "Winter arc knocking at our door and never before have we been able to offer bo largo and varied assortment of fresh .and pleasing Styles. Is the Lowest Price any object to you! Are the Finest Qualities an Inducement. .... This season we shall give finer qualities and greater value for every dollar that passes over our counters than ever before. Great in Assortment. Pleasing in Style. Honest in Quality. Reasonable in Prices. "" . Give us a chance and we will give you a benefit DRY GOODS ! GROCERIES ' ! SHOES ! NEW PRINTS. STATE OF KENTUCKY. VE M, -- NEW GINGHAMS. ANNUAL T SEVENTEENTH FAIR! Office of Auditor of Public Accounts. Frankfoiit, Sept. 3, 1890. OPTHE ) s lf 2.17.-..00- wire-worke- r, 1 Dear Sir. diopter 518, Acts of 1880-Uprovides that railroads shajl report to this ofllce for use of Railroad 'Commissioners the mileage of railroads in the various suhocl districts through which DE3IBLD .A.T they run for taxation for school purposes. Most of the railroads claim it alGommencing Tuesday Oct.7. 1230, most impossible to get at the boundaries of the various districts through which their roads traverse, whilst some of A.ND CONTINUING B'lViC DAXS. them are making an effort to do bo. I cannot say what tho result will be, but fear it will not bo satisfactory. This : same law provides that sa'd tax shall bo DR. C. H. TODD, President. PHIL T. WATKINS, Treasiirer. paid by the railroads by October 10th, A. C. TOMPKINS. Vide Pres. JOHN W. CARTER, Secretary. while-i-t is n fact thnt the Railroad Commissioners do not meet to mnke the assessment until October 1st, and it generally takes them three or four weeks to J. A. Fuqua, O. W. Gates, F. V. Stirman, Eldred Crabtree, J. J. complete the assessment. Consequently Sweeney, M. P. Mattingly, Dr. J. H. Hickman. it will be, perhaps, late in November before this ofllco can send out tho amount SPECIAL PREMIUMS : of assessments to the various county The usual large special premiums arc as large as ever, with over One clerks for the purpot-- of collecting this tax. I write this letter so thnt tho Thousand Dollars added to the premium list. proper officials may understand the situSADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES. ation. Please notify the collectors of $1,900 will be awarded to Saddle and Harness Horses in additionto the said tax concerning this, nnd oblige, liberal premiums for Thoroughbred Fine Draft Horses, Mules, Jacks Yours truly, and Cattle. L. C. NonsiAX, Auditor. SPEED RINGS. Breckenridge Wheelers. The Seven Running and Ten Trotting Races aggregate $2,300. The To THE EllITOU OF THE NEWS. Whereas, the Wheelers of the Mnt- - novel feature of Ficc Entrance will insure every race to be filled and all ' tingly Schoolhouso, Charter No. 189, to go without any chance at fraud. " forth the do in assembly udopt and set GRAND STAND. following resolutions : The Grand Stand is enlarged by are addition of 100 feet extending Witnessetii, That wo do npprovo of tl'o manner in which tho Constitutional south. The scats and view are arranged for special comfort in this new Convention selected her officers and the addition. NEW FLORAL HALL. mode adopted in their proceedings. The upper story of the present Grand Stand will be enlarged and llesohed, That wo will not support nt tho ballot any person who is n banker, made into a Floral Hall 56x155 feet in size. It will be accessible to the or participates in any trust companies, amphitheatre by bridges which will enable the patrons of the Grand or belongs to nny order or society for Stand to be admitted there without the discomfort of ascending and detho purposo of controlling high salaries scending the steps. The lower story of the Floral Hall 90x150 feet will and legislating for tho monopoly; and MOTIVE we do declare ourselves for Thos. Grun- be used for exhibiting Machinery, Tobacco and Poultry. The engine used for that dy, of Washington county, for our next POWER will be furnished for machinery. Congressman over each of those who are purpose will opperate a large drive well, giving an abundance of fine now out for the same oflicQ. water, for all purposes. G. G. Sim., Secretary. ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PREMIUMS. DaviessGounty FairGompany WILL BE hum, Ej &. OFFIOBBS DIREOTORS "' $100 premium divided $50 to First ; $30 to Second-- , .$20 to Third, will There is no improvement in tho gene- be given for best display of Garden and Farm Products shown by one ral tone of tho market this week over person. A One Hundred Dollar Premium will be given for the handthnt of Inst. "Tobacco is distressingly somest and most attractive display made in Floral Hall of any descriplow," said n gentleman connected with tion ; $50 to First, $30 to Second, $20 to Third. the trade and who is always pleased when prices nro booming. There is much tobacco being offered now, Adults 25c ; Children over 6 years and under 15 years of age 15c ; too much of it in fact. Good types of sweet Hurley and Green river filler are Children under 6 years free. All vehicles and and animals free. Adstill in favor among buyers, and the mission to Grand Stand 10c. First day Ladies, and Children under 15 in these goods is less proportionate years of age free. For further information see large posters and prelythan in tho lower grades. Farmers mium lists.. Homo Journal. de-cli- The Louisville Market. r J. W. Carter, Sec'y. SCROFULA It Is that Impurity In tho blood, which, accumulating In the glands ot tho neck, produces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on tho arms, legs, or feet; which devclopes ulcers In tho eyes, earr, or noso, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is tho origin of pimples, cancerous growths, or the many other manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastcnlngupon the lungs, causes consumption and death. Delng the most ancient, It Is the most general of all diseases or affections, for tcry lew persons are entirely frco from It. Another change in business. to-da- - - By taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by the remarkable cures it has accomplished, often when other medicines. have failed, has proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. Some of these cures are really wonderful, n you suffer from scrofula, bo. suro to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. "Erer? spring my wife ahd children have been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them In various places. My littlo boy, three years old, has been a terrible sufferer. Last spring be was one mass of sores from head to feet. I was advised to use nood's Barsapa-rllland we have all taken It. The result Is that all have been cured ot tho scrofula, my little, boy being entirely free from sores, of ray children look bright and and healthy." W. B. Athebtok, Fassalo CKy, N. J. a, all-fo- ur h:,c:cured J. E. Monarch of the firm of J. K. Monarch & Co. having been elected to the ofllco of County Clerk, has sold out his interest in said firm to 1'nt Dillon who will conduct tho busineas in connection with B. F. Beard & Co. under the stylo of of B. F. Beard, Dillon &Co. at tho old stand of Hobt. A. 'Smith where will bo found a full and complete linoofSTUDEBAKEH, OWENSBORO and BLOUNT WAGONS, OLIVER. CHILLED, BRINLEY, AVERY and MEIKLE FLOWS, BUGGIES of all ROAD CARTS, styles, tho AMES WALTER A. WOODS, HARROWS, DRILLS, and a full lino of WAGON MATERIAL ami PLOW REPAIRS, in fact everything needed in farm implements, as to prices and quality of goods, wo are determined to meet any competition. Tho debts of tho firm of J. E. Monarch & Co. nro in tho hands of H. F. Henrd & Co. Call and settle nnd save cost-- . H. F. Beard,Dillon Co. FOR SALE. acres of eood land. of llardinsburcr. two and ono half miles. Also, forty acres of good land ono milo and a, half from 'Harninsburg. Both pieces contains a house. Terms will be Eeasonable. For furthor information call on Eighty-foust r North-we- F. M. C. JOLLY, HAuDItfSBIHlG, KY. ADMINISTRATOR'S - NOTICE. pre-tent tho tame at once,- properly proven, before the undenlgned for payment. All partloi knowing thgmielrei Indebted to the late Or. Drown are urged to call Immediately and ANNIE M. BROWN, Adui'r J. E. Brown. All periom having olalmi agalmt the Dr. J. K. Brown, dcceaied, will "le. 'FARMERS FREE COLUMN. I hare two mulei for tale, one an Iron gray mare mulo and the other a bone mule. Warren Tullan, Hudion, Ky.. For Sale, One hundred and tmenty-fiv- e buihel teed oa), for further Information call' on h. C. SIMMONS, Webtter, Ky. I'or Rent, farm, apply or addreit Jno. Burkt, Addison, Ky.- ' For Sale. Fare Dred Berkshire ,10 registry. Pits, all sees. Eligible For I'rloci and other information address J. T, IIobxidb, llarillniturg, Ky. BUbyaUdruKlU. Hood's Sarsaparllla Prepared only Iltlifor4. .a fotliecartei, Lowell, MaM - t7 C. I. HOOD A CO., kp IOO Doses One Dollar I haro twelve head of younic tleert for sale. Henry Harper, Hardintburg, Ky. .Mcaatti m trr ., r pwpwiwfiwjww wiinumwunni'iji pi'wwww'rifwip'pwyfgtii MfrvwiltiMxAhf 'V' 'V J gtjJB' jt'v glJX-t I I -- 1' M(irt)''HWKir-?v' jt '"XjA l fct. . , jv jStfftWRss the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts on the Kidneys, ivcr and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovcrs and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable- substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. - OBn$ ENJOYS Both Ivtf13i5 WiT&.SXfeSUfi Kcv. G. C. Overetrect preached two splendid sermons at tho Presbyterian church last Sunday. Those who failed to hear him missed quite a treat. Ilu will preach again next Sunday at 11a. in., and night. Don't fail to attend. Tho following circular has been issued by tho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texan Railway Co. : "Louisville, Kv., Sept 20, 1800. Hon. D. H. Murray is hereby appointed Attorney for this Company for all that portion of tho lino lying between Louisville and the cast line of Daviess county, including also tho Louisville, Hardinsburg & Western Hailway. He will also havo charge of all stock claims for tho whole lino of the road. His offico will bo at Clovcrjort, Ky., where all communications pertaining to his Department should bo addressed to him. J. K. McCkacken, General Manager." A BIO DAY AT IRVINQTON. Tho Colt Show, Baso Ball and tho TTTTifi I i I I I I I i il I 1 1 I Inrington Roller Mills Braw Oat a Largo Crowd. The little town of Irvington, although quite young, is assuming proportions that fow towns attain in so short a time. Tho spirit of progress is seen on every hand, and tho enterprise of Iter citizens shows that they have faith in her future The town is steadily improving, and many substantial dwellings, business houses, and a handsomo church, now under construction, indicate a good, healthy increase of population and a steady increase of business. Irvington, besides being the terminus of the louisvillo, Hardinsburg & Western Ituilroad, has one of the best and latest improved roller mills in tho country, just completed by the Messrs. Boyd Bros, at a cost of 15,000 cash. These gentlemen are old and experienced millers, and came to Irvington last spring from Logan county, where they were reared and brought up in tho business of milling. They arc practical millers, and in addition, aro fine business men, and know just how to run a mill to make it profitable to themselves, and at the same time give perfect satisfaction to all of their patrons. As wo stated before, they came to Irvington last spring looking for a location, and wero impressed with tho surroundings, and determined at once that it was a good location for a mill. They secured ground and immediately commenced the erection of their mill, and tho result is that they now have ono of the best and latest improved mills in the country. Tho building is a three-stor- y frame with a basement, and is a very convenient and substantial looking building. Everything is and no means have been spared to make it what it really is one of tho best mills in the country, so far as tho writer is able to judge. The machinery, from basement to garret, is all new, and runs like clock-worYou hardly know you are in a mill, so perfect and smooth-runnin- g is tho machinery. Every machino in the mill is of tho latest improved patent, and bought with tho view of getting tho very best results from the grain. Tho proprietors Bay their outfit for wheat and corn is tho most elaborate of any mill in the State, and in purifying, bolting and separating the different grades, they claim inferiority to no mill in tho State They make' five grades of flour, and claim for each grade superior jwints of excellence. "Nono Such" is their best brand, "Pride of Irvington" their second grade, and "Boyd's Entire" their third. For this latter brand they claim, as the name indicates, that it contains all there is in a grain of wheat after the bran is taken out, and is therefore ono of tho richest flours thoy turn out. In addition to flour, thoy make two grades of corn-mea- l, corn grits, bran, shipstuffand feed. They system of buying wheat, as well as in their exchange business, is new for this section, and we think a very satisfactory and fair way to both buyer and soller. They use n wheat-testesuch as is used in all tho leading grain markets for determining the value of a bushel of wheat, cither in money or flour. If a bushel of wheat weighs 00 pounds, and is sound and clean, they allow for it in flour 37 pounds, or tho market prico in cash. If it comes under the standard woight, a proportionate deduction is made. They have evory improved facility for handling their products, sucli as patent packers for flour and bran and convenient elovators for receiving wheat. In fact, thoy havo spared neither time or money to make their mill ono of tho best in the country. They havo only been running about two weeks, and thoy aro more than, satisfied with tho results 60 far. Everything works to thoir perfect satisfaction. Their trade is all they could wish for, having a demand for all tho flour and meal they can make, with orders ahead. The daily capacity of tho mill is 75 barrels of flour, 300 bushels of corn-mea- l, and three tons of bran and shipstuft'. Last Saturday there was a big crowd in town, it being tho day for Williams' colt show, and tho now mill seemed to bo tho center of attraction. Fully 500 people visited it, and all oxpreBsed themselves as being well pleased with Tho gentlemen tho now enterprise start off witli tho good will of everybody, and thero is no reason why they should not succeed. THE colt snow, Attracted a big crowd of men, women and children, and there was much interest manifested in the distribution of premiums. Donmark's'was tho first being called, and ono never saw a handsomer get of colts, oven in tho famous Bluo Grass region. In tills ring thero wero five or six entries, and the judges had a hard timo making up their minds which was entitled to tho bluo ribbon. They finally decided however and gavo the bluo ribbon to Cump Henderson, over L. It Adkisson who' had tho contending colt. Mr. 'Adkisson in a fow minutes after tho show sold his colt to J. L. Henry for $05 cash. Cuyler's colts mado a good showing also, John L. Henry carrying oiT the bluo ribbon over eight or ten othors. Tho next attraction was tho match game of boso ball played between tho Tho Webster und Bowioyvlllo clubs. Webster boys were easy winners and carried ofTtlio honors of tho day. D.W. Henry, who sold out his hotel some timo ago to the Otto Bros., has broken ground for a now store house 24x50 feet. Ho intends opening a hardware and harness liouso. Mrs. Francis Adkjsson, mother of T. J. Adkisson, proprietor of tho Mountain Hotel, is vory low with consumption and not oxpected to live. first-class, k. r, In The "RIGHT NOW." Front Hank I I I i T I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I i i I Ti- -I COLLISION. A WORK TRAIN AND A LOOSE Is where wo stand ns clothing, dealers. Wc do not copy the clap-trn- p methods of other dealers in order to entrap and humbug tho people Wo do business strictly on tho square ; no misrepresentation ; no underhand methods. Being exclusive manufacturers of what wo sell, wo claim to know all about our goods, Wc certainly havo on henco our guarantee means "busingss." complete and most varied our counters the most elegant, most stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Children's Clothing ever trimmings and wearing qualiseen in this city. Tho make-up- , ties of our goods arc far superior to anything made in Eastern factories that is the experience of everybody who has tried both yet our prices arc actually lower than what you arc required to pay for inferior goods. Wc only ask a trial from any skeptic, and wc will soon convert him. Wc have the only complete asFall Overcoats in the city, and at popusortment of Light-weiglar prices. ht Very soon your nose Will ho red; Very soon your loos Will feci dead. Summer soon will olobe, Then come wintry woes, Conic and get your clothes OVERCOATS in rows And in piles, llight Now. Every garment shown Autumn styles. No man ever froze In such coats as those. Come and get YOUR clothes Right now. Prices wc oppose That are high. People, we suppose, Like to huy Goods whose value shows Where each penny goes : Come and get such clothes ENGINE RUN TOGETHER NEAR FALCON. No One IU s WINTER & CO., Seriously 'Hurt. "Old Reliablo" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I I Right now. We have sundry foes l l I pro-eur- o SAN FHASCISC LOUISVILLE, KT. h CAL. NEW fORK, M.t. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Win. K. Barnei, llardinsburg. &. Attorneys atLaw. llardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, p.H : n Dr. J, T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURO, KY. A 2r0fllce with Murray Barnes Court Square ' Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEKPOKT, XSrOfficcwith olllce. D. It. Murray B. JV. MIL LEE, near Post Physician and Surgeon, Office over Br. J. EL Clayton, w. s. TAYLOR. liiclutrdton's Hardware store. Engine No. 13, in charge of Engineer Vanwarmer and Charlie Itundcll fireman collided with tho work train near Falcon yesterday morning about 0 o'clock. No one was seriously hurt except Charlie Itundell, who was pretty badly bruised up about tho head. Pat Cain, engineer on Engine No. 0 had his legs bruised considerably, but no bones broken. Two k negroes on train were also badly bruised. All tho rest escaped unhurt. Tho cause of tho collision was a misunderstanding of orders. Mr. Vanwarmer in charge of engino 13, had orders to go to Owensboro to take out a freight, and Ills order read to look out for work tiain between Hawesvillo and Pates, second order Received at Hawesvllle, clear track to Lcwisport, and between Lewisport and Powers clear track 0:11. Cain misunderstood tho order and came on meeting engino 13 in the cut just above Falcon. Charlie Itundell was thrown in front of tho fire box and completely covered up with coal, and it was a minute or two before lie was discovered. Tho only thing thatBavcd tho engineers was" they were running very slow. Both engines were badly wrecked, also two or three fiat cars. tho-wor- I I I I I I iTl I I l I I l I I I I ll I I l I I i I I I l l I I I I l i l I l I A Young Wheeler's Henry Kurtz is convalescent. With something of tho zeal common Miss Lullo Sklllman is the guest of many another to the now convert, I, like of the young Wheelers, feel a burning Mrs. Holdennan. Mr. L. It Adkisson. opened his school desire to push our noble cause to the front; but in my calmer moments lam at Clifton Mills Monday. zeal thero reminded that in Our friend Joe Fitch is improving fast, is danger of injuring a good cause. In wc hope to see him out soon. the attainment of tho great principles "Cyclones" defeated the Bowloyvillo that we advocate, there has been already club 4 to 11 and they now stand as the over-muc- h Views on the Congressional Race. WEBSTER. In the trade. Rut, our business grows By your aid. Competition blows, But, the buyer knows Where to get his clothes Right now. ul Is the Furniture in endless varie- CLOVERPORT. KY. J. li. TAYIjOR, PERSONAL. Geo. Boyd went to Hawesville Sunday Capt. Win. Hcadley, Tar Springs, vas in tho city Monday. Messrs. John Li Hard and It II. Moorman went to Louisville, Monday. John Culley, Louisville, was in tho city Sunday. Frank Higdon, of Owensboro, spent Sunday in the city. Frank Boyd, Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents and friends. Frank Ferry, fireman on tho Texas road, has been promoted to engineer. Mrs. Pcnrod is vory ill at her residenco on Elm street. Ilov. W. K. Penrod went to Hawesville Saturday. Ernest Turpin, Louisville, is in tho city visiting his aunt, Mrs. Hall. Lewis Powers, of Hawesville, was in tho city Sunday. G. W. Short returned home from a week's visit to Bowling Green. Mr. Fred May, of Cannelton, spent Sunday with his brother, Charles May. C. W. Willhoylte, Owensboro, was in tho city Monday, Miss Alieno Murray will leave this week for Louisvillo where she will attend school. Mr. F. J. Ferry went to Jcflersonvillo Saturday to receive a lot of ears for the P. & W. railroad. Dr. Goldstein, Stophensport, It C. Richardson and Arthur Haynes, Union Star, were in tho city Monday. Tho L. St. L. & T. railway havo just received three more now engines, Nos. 13, 14 and 15. P. P. Archey and wife, of Ekron, were hero Sunday visiting his brother-in-laW. P. Graham. Eugene Haynes, Stophensport, lias sold his interest in tho firm of Blaino & Co., and will locate hero. Mr. James Minor gave a candy pulling Saturday evening to tho young people of Holt's Bottom and Cloverport. Miss Nellie Burks gave a delightful tea Thursday evening at her homo in Holt's Bottom. Miss Nannie Stephens, ono of Holt's or beauties, left Saturday-fLouisville, where she will attend school. Havo your laundry done up by tho Now York Steam Laundry, of Louisville. The best work guaranteed. E. C. Bab-bag- o, agent. Miss Katie Bowmcr and Miss Nannio Murray were tho guesta of Miss Nellie Burks of Holt's Bottom several days last week. David S. Murray, of Salt Lako City, Utah, is at home on a visit of several wcoks to his parents. Ho has been away for six years. j. c. busji, DENTISTS Fredcrica Street, Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, KY. J. H. Taylor & Co., Dr. W. B. Paynter, Physician and Surgeon Office In Fisher's Drug Store CLOVERPOllT, KY. . to announce , We are authoriicJ WM. E. RUSSELL, Of Lebanon, as a candidate for Congress in thl tbs 4th Congressional District. Subject to the Democratic primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. We are authorlied to announce A. B. MONTGOMERY, Of Hardin county, as a candidate for to Congress from this the 4th CongresSubject to the Detnocratio sional District. primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. Wo are authorlied to announce TIIOS. S. GRUNDY, Of Springfield, as a candidate for Congress in Subject this tho 4th Congressional District. to the action of the Detnocratio party. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SElTEMBEIt 24, 1890 BREVITIES. Go to Short for your Specks. Short will sell you Specks that will suit your oves. Albert Lalleist has moved into Mrs. LOCAL McCrno's house in tho west end. A. M. Glasgow, of Clifton Mills, was in the city lost week. Wanted. 10,000,000 hoops and poles. Apply to Chas. May. A young daughter of Mr. E. II. died at his homo in Leopold, Ind. last week. Tho worst cases of scrofula, salt rheum and other diseases of tho blood, aro cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. If your eyes tiro wlijlc reading go to Short's, try a pair of his glasses, ho can suit you. Mr. William Lightfoot, of Murnhys-borougMo., was visiting his aunt, Mrs. . L. Nowsom, lost week. Wo are indebted to tho secretary of tho Homo Fair for a complimentary ticket to tho fair, which begins next Tuesday and continues four days. Jim Haynes, a colored brakeman on tho Victoria road, fell between the care It is yestortlay and. wan badly cut. thought ho will die. Henry IJ. Head will bo hero this week talking life insurailco to our people. Ho represents a good company and if you want iiiHuranco you cannot do better than to tako out a policy with him. 11. F. and J). S. IMclmrdson havo about closed out their business in this city and desire a settlement with everybody with whom they havo unsettled accounts. Gall at onco and settle up. Dr. W. B. White, tho old reliablo Dentist, will bo at tho Nupper House, this city, Sopt. 28, 20 and 30, for tho purpose of serving Ids old customers in his profession. Itcmcmber the dates and give him a call. Tho roport that 1 O. Brashear had resigned his position with tho First National Bank at Owcnsboro proves to bo r, a mistake Tho card Saunders & General Insurnuco Agcnta, does indicato that Peter is in tho insurance busincsrf, but it is only in connection Mar-cillio- t's h, Bra-shea- a long and desperate strugglo in which tho greatest minds that advocate our views have for years been striving, and tho signs of tho times only too plainly teach us that tho victory will not be ours soon without the closest attention to every detail in planning and carrying on tho campaign. We will havo in a fow days to select a candidate to represent us in tho next Congress. Wo havo before us as candidates two men between whom our votes will likely bo somewhat divided. Ono of these, Mr. Grundy, is u farmer, but to the most of us a new man, of whom wo know nothing as to his ability and courago as a legislator to stand foir our principles in tho struggles of tho giants in tho halls of Congress. Alex. Montgomery has now served us for near three terms, and with the experience in legislation that this has given, ho is better qualified as n legislator than any inexperienced man can be. Our adversaries know veil tho advantages that a perfect knowledge of parliamentary usago gives to a legislator over the inexperienced, and thoy, when thoy get a man who is true to their principles, keep him as long as possible. As every one will be found to admit that Mr. Montgomery has mado us a faithful servant, always at his post' and always true to principlo, let us profit by tho example of our adversaries, and hold on to our old material. and well-trie- d Mr. Montgomery is not a farmer, and by reason of his being a lawyer by profession, he cannot be a member of the organization of Wheelers; but are wo going to push our practice to the of supporting only those who to tho order, to tho exclusion of all others, however faithful thoy may have proved themselves to bo? If this is to bo our course, like what would then be our great prototype, tho Know-nothin- g party, tho sooner we can be kicked out, tho better for ourselves and the causo we A Wiikkli:b. advocate. ox-trebo-lo- champion club, never having been beaten. During a row in the west-en- d of tho city, at noon lust Sunday, Cliinn, a colored man, was shot by Cook, colored. Cook is stilLat liberty. Headquarteis for Clothing, leer's ! m HERE WE AHE AGAIF W. W. BKOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. IUa remoyed and will be found over F. N. D'Huy's Jowlcrj Store, where I will be pleased to ice all old and new customers. All work In my lino of buslnons will have prompt attention. I will at any time mnke Views to order. PICTUKK FRAMES FOR SALK. N. B. Old Pictures copied and onlargod. Itcmcmber the new place of business Is over F. N. D'HUY'S, Jewelry Store, Cloverport, Ky ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Solid Truths I ask ! FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. for your patronage and propose to give you In return full value for Left at my stare. Therefore I call your attention to my new and handsome line of Goods consisting of Every Dollar THE TELL CITY Farm Implements ! BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. Edgar Lewis was in town last week. Miss Florence Cain is attending school at Busscllvillc. Avery, Melkle and UraClipporStool Plows Double Shuvels, Shop made Single Shovels, And a full lino of Plow and Machino repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full lino of Hardwaro, Lime Salt and Cement, Uriok and Tiling for flues and drainage, Cook and Heating Stoves and Pipe, and a full line ,f Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps. Grata and Clover Seed or all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring Wagons, J. B. Jones' Pure Raw Rone Meel. Cash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Kggs, Ac. My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Publio Hall. Everything now and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all, as 1 am working for trade my best endeavor will be to Save Money for all who favor me with their patronage. Such as Umpire Drills, Old Hickory Wagons, South Rend Chill Plows, PLANING MAFUFACTURERS OF MLLS Also dealers In Felt and Bodine Roofing. DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In the Turning and Scrolling lino of work will be done at this establishment In tho best manner and at the lowest rates. J. B. HENSLEY. Farmers' Supply House, HAimiNsnuno, Kv, S-A-LI- Pumps, Cane Mills, For all kind and depth Wells and Cis Thorough Work. Jack Frost made his appearance last Sunday night. Mr. Charlie Pennington, of Louisville, is visiting relatives at this place.. Miss Ratio Burkhurdt has returned to Bowloyvillo to attend school. Mr. W. II. Cain, Sr., attended M. E. Conference atBowling Green. Mrs. Shelley, who has been visiting hor sister, Mrs. A. Bennett, lias returned home. Quito a number of our citizens attended tho colt show and base ball at Irvington lost Saturday. Miss M. Bettio Drury has returned to. Cairo, where she will act as governess in tho family of Mr. Morrow. Tho school at this place, undor tho supervision of Misses Ada Drury and Eva Lawson, has a full attendance, and great interest is manifested nmong tho pupils. A protracted meeting has been in progress at Bethel for tho past two weeks. Wo learn much good is being Uxo. done. Br Wood Purifying Simple Pumps, PUBLIC AUCTION Light running Commencing; Wednesday, Sept. 24, Iron Force Pumps FOR AT Having sold my farm to Mr. John Novltt, of Woodland, Ky., and intending to return to commercial huslness, I will sell, Without to the highest bidder, all of the Live Stock, Farming Implements, Crops, Vehicles Harness, Tools, Uousehold Effects, of the BASIN SPRING FARM. My Stock consists of three Fashionable Hred Stallions : Re-ser., terns. E,. ABERDEEN STAR 1 J fr AIl,rJ1MB;Lexington 1st dam by Chief, 2:38- AImon- - J. S ASSETT, Loitchfield, Ky. SPLENDOR ) 1st King Iteno dam by Dictator. j MONTE CRISTO Brood-mare- Foxing. Quito a gay party of Louisvillo girls have, been invited to spend a week in October at tho homo of Col. Lafo Green, in Grayson county. It will bo a typical and the chief featcountry house-partreal ure of fun will bo tho finest Grayson county in tho world. But tho occasion will not bo without romanco and sentiment, 'for Mr. Willis Green, tho most gallant cavalier in tho county, lias promised to make, lovo to all of tho ladies. Louisvillo Truth. y, g, 1st dam by Denmark. (Extended pedlgiees furnished on application) s In foal by the above Stallions. Colts and Fillies by Cuylcr, Decmark and Monte Cristo. Thorough-bre- d Cows and Calves, Hogs. Farming Implements consisting of Mowers, Binder, Plows, Cultivators, Corn Planter, Harrows, Ac Crops embraces 25 .stack of Hay Corn and Apple Orchard. Vehicles Farm Wagons, Spring Wagons. Sulky, Carts. Buggy and one New Surrey, Harness, Saddles, Ae. Household effects including one J. k C. Fisher Upright Piano, Bed Room Sets, Dining Room Set, Pictures, Tables. Chairs Stoves, Kitchen Range and Utensils, Carpets, Ao. TERMS OF SALE 12 months note, Interest from date, with good seourlty. For any further particulars address W. W. WILLIAMS, P. 0. Irvington, Ky. J We Beat the World. An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices for Men, Boys, Women, Girls and Misses. It is much easier and more satisfactory to you as well as ourself to tell you about this stock than it is to write about it. Seeing is believing, so if its SHOES you want come to our store and we'll convince you that what we advertise is true. -- Breckenrldgo Circuit Court. ' Mall. Meadow, Ex'r, PUIntlff Moll. Meadors, Heirs, Defendant. J Equity, All persons having claims against the estate ol Moll. Meador, deceased, are hereby notlOed to produce their claims before the undersigned Commissioner properly proven on or before the 20th day of October next. Given under my hand this 16tb day of September, 1890 V. 0. BADBAOE, Com. B, CO, r. ) Notice In .t. When Baby was sick, we care her Caitoria. When die was a Child, (ho cried for Ctutorta. When ilia became Mlae, she clung to Castorfav POWDER Absolutely Pure. A crqnm of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in cavening strength. V. S. Government Reimt, Aug. 17, 1889. ANNOUNCEMENT. Tho Irvington Roller Mill Is now completed and ready to do business for the publio. Orders for anything In our line promptly filled and custom work attended to on short nolle Come and tee us, 110YD BROS., Sept. 8th, 1890. Irvington, Ky. Whea the had Children, be gate them CutorU.1 MOtUimeo wnupoi postan puiai-opm- i wr v wu m onioq uhmwd II puwiuioooj tupiii(i jt ia raj nv With his other work". VIBJH JHAU HOJ A. WITT, J.ZES:suid.in.s"bu.rg:, KZ. " Ml ffF. -ar V .rWyMMf,..l .1 -- ', -- -- IT J ., . . -- p, , - .Jlim FRUIT-TR- EES J BKECKENRtDGlE Alb. s- . ington county, urges ns n ronton why the fanners of tho Fourth Congresxioniil Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, tlbtrict should rally to his supjiort, thaty nor Mr. nuithor Judge Kiinf-t-lfee. Full line of small Fruits for arc sh) idontificd with tho inter-oM- s of tho fanning cIoswh bh to nollcit Fall 1890. Write for special prices that warm anil entliUHiaHtii sumwrt oirlots. It will pay you to buy from tho farmer as would naturally ho given a "practical farmer of sullleient your trees at home. for the Kwition." All stock warranted true to name. ability and oxpeiionco A bid for the farmer vote of the disnot be made at the expense trict of the other two candidates, who, while CLOVERPORT, KY. neither of them may bo practical farmers, are thoroughly in sympathy with that clnw of toilers, and would, as tho principles of Democracy demand, lend their wwer in Congress to. any and all legislation looking toward the betterment of the farmer. It is not good iol- icy to array the farmer against the jurist Dr. ItUHriiKKTi'SrEciFics arosclrntinrallyatKl or professional man and assume that the carerullr prepared prescriptions i used for many year In prlrato practice with succoM.and forover latter would not guard the interests of Ihtrtjr year iMed by tno people. KTcrjr slngloiipe-cltlis a special euro for the disease named. the farmer because, forsooth, he is not Specific euro without drumlng, purgTheme ing or reducing the sy stem, anil are In fact ami a practical farmer. Col. (Irundy, wo deed the ttoTerelsn rrnirillmoltlic World. presume, is a man in every way fitted CCRKS. ust or rRiicipiL no. Iim liifl.miti.ilAtl rrjew. ...... u.t I rf f rriip muisraiium iiiiiMiinn".i . .as for the position with which his friends Colle it Wornm. Worm Ferer, Worm Infants .its 3 I'rylnir Cnlle.orTeethliinof seek to honor him, but his being a prac,'2!i of Children or Adults 4 lllnrrlicn, Griping, "Mlmis Colic. ft Drsentery. tical farmer makes him no more eligible .i". tl Cholera Morbus, omltlng . .'ii to a seat in Congress than does the fact 7 C'ouBhd, Cold, llronchllU. ,'ta N Neuralgia. Toothache, Kaceache that Judge Russell is a lawyer and a jurHcnilachM. Hlcklleadaclie. Vertigo ,!2.J Itjopcpsln, Bilious Moniacli. . 10 Wupprencii'dor l'nlnrul I'crlads. M .J3 ist, or that Mr. Montgomery already has 11 ,'tS) Whiten, too l'rof use l'rrlixls ft Croup. Cough. KrrslpeIas.lnii.tlou.. .'J.J the title of M. C. attached to his name, Dlfllcult Ilrealhlng 13 If Knit lieu m, lfheiimatlc I alns... .J.J should entitle these gentlemen, to the ,y.j 13 Itbeumntlmii, ..JJ 1 (I Krrer and A true, Chills, Malaria l'llc. Nllnd or Weeding. In the Head .30 exclusion of all others, to a seat in Con.30 J7 Catarrh, Influcnwi. Cold Couuhs. .30 gress. Whooping Conch, Violent .30 tfl (Jrnrrnl llehllltt In this nice the farmer should exer,.3J "t7 Kidney llarne S Nrrroui Itel.lllty i.CJJ cise his right of sull'iiige with assurance 110 I'rlnnry WrnltJiesH. Wet tag lied. Ji Jieac of tbcllcnrl, Palpitation 1.00 that any good Democrat will guard the ""soldbrPrugglst, or sent postpaid ou receipt interests of one class as readily as that Makuai, (Ml page) of nrlce, Da richly bound In cloth and gold, mailed free. of another. The Democratic party is Ht. NY. Humphrey' JIedlcliiero.ln Fulton not a party of discrimination, but a party n of the people and for the people. Standard and Times. 100.000 Ho is Bright and'Clever and Works . Mi. ia Gov. .Crittenden's Offieo. Situation. A Sensible View of the Ialtlier1 JameB, of Kansas- City; Mo, A "IKMucH'ratlc V'nnnor," writing (o race of who is in tho city with several the Kannors" Homo Jonninl in horses, says tho Chicago Times, resents Washtho rniulUlacy of Col. Grundy, of In a morne man1 - $0$, JBSSE JAKES' LITTLE BOY. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. 1 "Interest nnd Percentagoi' discussed by Prof. Mhncklett, advocating ono "nilo for o'vory'thirig in mathematics to reason from unity to many, from many trf. unity'. . iS Prof. McAuliU'o followed with a good method for writing decimals. Mr. Granville P. Wilson made division of decimals clear to each member's mind. Recess. Tho report of the Committee on Resolutions was read nnd adopted. Hi: it Ki"soi.vi:i), That we, tho teachers of -- this Institute, tender our sincere thanks to Profs. Shneklott and McAuIiflu for their earnest nnd effAlso, that wo appreciate tho many wise suggestions of Prof. icient work. Brown. llemtml, That we admire tho high standard that Judge Haswell urged us to attain as teachers. Hftmirni, That we tender our most sincere thanks to our Fecretnry, Miss Cooor, for the efficient work rendered. Jlitolml, That we tender our thanks to tho Superintendent for the kindness ho lias shown us-n- s teachers. of tho law peitaining to tho County InJlemluil, That wo ask tho stitutes, and tho substitution of some law whereby tho professional grade of our teachers be raised. Jlenotml, That wo extend to the citizens of Hnnlinsburg our thanks for their courtesy toward us. liemn'ral, Tliat n copy of these resolutions be sent tho'llreckenridgo Mii.to.v Cokk, Nkws and Republican- - for publication. Am.k.n Ki.wiiki.oi:, Emma 11. May. Bv motion a feo of ten dollars was voted the Secretary. The resolutions drafted by tho Committee in regard to Teachers' Association were adopted, and tho Association was organized with tho following results: President, F. J. McAulifl'o: Secretary, 11. P. Shacklett; Treas- . uror,.Miss .Maggie Ninth. wltli ice I'reslilents for each magisterial (list net it'-tcHirt-tonqjr- lloll call. Institute called to onler by Stipt. Miller. . Prayer by Rev. F. It. Roborls' GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC The smalleit Infant will take It and neter know It is medicine. Children cry for it. Never fails to onre. Chills once broken will not return. J? only half tho prico of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. No purgatlvo needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than f It ii at pleasant to the taite ai lemon yrnp. l Mont-gomor- W. S. ASHBY. HUMPHREYS' M. nn artielo recently published ing paper in which It was said that Jesse James, Jr., who is now alwut fourteen years old, is enamored of literature, and seems to bo preparing to lead tho life in which his father became so conspicuous. "I have raised little Jesse," he said last night. "Ho has been with mo over since tho death of his father. Ho was too young to fully understand the significance of his father's murder, nnd never knew any of the facts in his father's history. for Gov. "He has been an ollico-lioCrittenden, and is a bright, intelligent and very' steady little fellow. He doesn't read 'wild West' stories any more than the average boy, and I know he hasn't the slightest inclination to bo bail in any o -- ay. . "Stories making him. out abloO.I- thirsty little, desperado ih miniatui are; all nonsense'", and I believe often mali cious nonsense. "blood-itnd-thunde- "J !saaSrj;'-'.'Js.AfeiaaaaalHr3ir'?- l fB"BKm Itpnrifiet the qnlnine. It p.'gy!sa5. i ''mmrm Mill Wk LjilJLJMiiJiMIM ii blood andremc-Vesal-l malarial potion from the system. " is as large as any dollar tonlo an RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. M9kKbWMI Fiati UiDtcim Co.. Parti, Ttna.t rirtic l tu tbre slotcn f toor QroT'i Tut 1tt Chill TonU. I u with the lot from yoo tut lumioff. The MpU wtrt dtllchtM with tt, I your chlMrtn who wn Ct and Chill Tonlo to p1 iwarthf and eniaclatl, batiiif htvtchronlo chilli for mouths put, on of thm for a , aot wltbU thre wfrki after Ucln&lD-with lh Chill wrr halt o4 htrtj, wlih ffJ an.l rot ToolCfthi Obkt l(viJUk,eharm. If. '. BT1NS0.V, U. D. M,. Dee. 1Z, 1884, :l"T t Hi iNo.xl. I 3NtS.fL. 'No. .. The Pulpit and the Stage. .. P ECI Fl C S. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Mil LINE, (L. E. 4 ST. L. n. K.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS West and Tine-Car- South-Wes- t. Dec, 15, 1888, d inTffect 8.15 a.m... 00 Arr . Louii 7:1 " ...7:2i Hfansvilie 2:25 " Lr. Louisville pm... 4:10 p.m. 9:50 p.m. For further information, call on or address, JOS S ODIORNE, Gen Pass. Ag t, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. J'assg'r Ag't, Louiirillo, Ky " Rev. F. M. Slirout, Pastor United Bretheren Church, Bluo Mound, Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's Now Discovery has dono for me. My Lungs wero badly diseased, and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five bottles of Dr. King's Now Discover' nnd am sound and well, gaining 2(1 lb. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager of Ixjvo's Funny Folks Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, I am confident that Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption beats 'cm nil, and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many Such thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at G. W. Short's, A Permanent Cnre. For years I was troubled with the Clovorport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Ky. Regular size 50c. anil SLOO. most malignant tyju) of Chronic Blood Trouble. After trying various other remedies, without getting any benefit, I Census 2nd District of Kentucky. The approximate population of all tho was induced by Joe Sehell, a barber, who has since moved to St. Louis, and counties in the 2nd Census District of who was cured by Swift's Specific of a Kentucky: Population-- . Couxty. Constitutional lilooil Trouble, to take S, S. S. A few bottles cured me perma21,104 Hanlin 10,85:5 nently. I also consider S. S. S. the best Simpson :J0,07!) tonic I over saw. While taking it my Warren l weight iiicica-ut- l and my health im- Ilart SH,41 proved in every way. I have recom- Barren 7,00!) mended S. S. S. to several friends, and Kdinousou 11, 1,443 in every cast, they were satisfied with Meade !l,41i) LuRue the results. 18,52!) S. A. Willi. iit, Midway, Pa. Grayson Ia'1-anoHnr-dinsbur- g, fcS,-l- Inia Duncan. Union Star. A..M. Hardin. No. 4, Bowloyvillo, A. G. Frvmin". No. 5, lludsonville, G. S. Wilson. No. 0, Rongji River, Lillio F. Cooper. Time of meeting, once a month, going from district No. Uto No, 0. No further business, tho Institute adjourned to mcetxne die. Lii.uk Fiikncii Cooi-Kit- , Secretary. Clovornort.'-MrHiVin- II Ilnnlinsbunr. Milton ?oke. II h CLOVERPORT, KY. j, ( . , CLOVERPORT, .F. N. D'HUY, KY. Branch Houso, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jewelry Department.. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND drnAan, STAPLE UNO mum-im...- . TEACHERS ENROLLED. Miss Emma May, Hnrdlnshurg, Pro. It. I. Knncklett, Mr. Samuel Pate, it Mr. Frank Lyoni, Mr. Milton Board, Jr., Mr. Robt. L Hook, Mirs Mary K. Bell, Miss Maltie Miss Mattte Adkl-soMiss Ola M. Adkision, Mr. Oruhaui Kskridgo. Mr. Alien Kinchelne, Mr. Ilajden Durham, Mr Victor W. Downier, Mr. Andrew Driskell, Miss Ella TeatT, Mr. V. I. Jurbi.c, Mr. Henry C. Jolly, Mr. Sherman Ball, Mr. Iticbard Adkissnn, Mist Maggie Smith, Miss Mary lloiinl, Mr. Situs I'alo, Miss Liixie 0. Smith, Miss Maggie Outhrie, Miss Lida Hcaton, Miss Emma Smith, Mr. Claudt Mercer, Mr. F. U. Huberts, Mr. Milton Coke, West View, Mr. Sidney Hall, Miss Cora Matthews, Garrett, Prof. F. J. MeAullfTe, Mr. Clifton Howard, McDnnlels, Miss Katie fllnircock, " Mils Maggie Olmicock, Mr E.J. MeDaniel, " " Mr. 0. M. McDaniei, Puynrsville, Mr. C. E. VanUler, Mtoi Annie Milner, n, Ky. Mr. Nathaniel Mozley, Trisier, Ky. V " Air. liodtoril Truman, Mr. S. T. DcJernett, Stephonsport, Ky. aubs nrama Aioseiy, Miss Vannah Overton, Shrere, Ky. it ii Miss Etta Dalton, Magan, Ky. Mrs. Mollio Stotms, Mr. W T. Gregory, Garfield, Ky. Mr. G. H. Pile. Buras, Ky. ii Mr. Clint. Tucker, Mr. Clarence Harned, Hudson, Ky. Uock Vale, Ky. Mr. 1). C. Clemmom, Mlti Llllie F. Cooper. Bvolelgh, Ky. .Miss Haran .Mercer, Mr. L. R. Adkisson, Clifton Mills, Ky. Mr. Irving Payne, Layman, Ky. Mist Esslo Davison, Fordsvillo, Ky. " Mr. F. P. Stum, " " Miff Bettio Davison, Miss Florosco poppage, " " Miss Jacova Anderson, " " " " Mr. II. C. Matthews, Mr. A. G. Frymlro, Webster, Ky. " Mr. It. D. St. Clair, " Miss Sarah Ballman, Clovorport, Ky. ' Mr. John Blytho, " " " Prof. Aug. Brown, " " Miss Minnie Murray, ' Miss Mnry Moorman, " Ky. Mr. A. M. Hardiu, Lodiburg, Ky. " " MlisMollle E. Clayoomb, Mr. John D. Cart, Union Star, Ky. " Ky. Mr. Jas. L. Cart, " " Ky. Miss Dora Gardner, " " " " " " Mist M. L. Shellman, " Miss Rosa Board, Custer, Ky. " Mr. B. F. Parr, Mooleyvllle, Ky. " Mr. L. C. Taul, Mattlngly, Ky. Ky. Miss Annie M. Stone, Fulls of Rough, Ky. Ky. Mist Ruby Itan, Victoria, Ky. Mrs. Virginia Dancan, Holt, Ky. JEWELRY, FAHCY GROJCERIES, - Musical Morchandiso and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, Fruits REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of air Kinds, .Etc. L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON,- - KY. " BBEPaBBT"J-SaaBBaBaMBfiBfc- HsLrtiSH JmmmWmWUmrm. W iaPTmrQlraSsti Til Hi a the il.ice to buy SEWINO MAOIIINE for less money than any other placo in the country The inachiL'es I sell are equal to any that agents charge from $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to be what I say or no trade Agents rill say tho machine it no account, because the large Ulffercnco In our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it at low as It can be cut. "My Motto" quick Bales nnd small profit. Two drawer droplerf Singer Sewing Machines low ar,m, with all attachments. $10,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singor Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19,( Send me a ahcok or the money byvrogltUr letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. Retpectfully, L. I). ADDISON, Additon, Ky. -- It 'st QEO. W. SWCARINGEN, PRE8. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. t S M.lG.l.iiXE, with ir, xniried and excellent contents, is a library in itself. It was indeed a happy thought to ptint an entire novel in each number. Not a snort novelette, but a long story such as you are used to get in book form and pay from one dollir to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you pe an abundance of other contributions, which ga e you a good m igaiine besides the nove'. The ringing blows which have been struck o the gateway of popular favor, hate resoundro throughout the entire land, and to day Lipp'ii colt's Magatine stands in the front rant J monthly publications, and is the most widely publication of its kii.dtn world. J'or full descriptive circulars, addi ei T -, ll'I'I.XCori Mass of Sores. am so grateful for tho beneficial results obtained from using S. S. S. that I want to add my testimony to that already published, fur the public good. I was a mass of sores before using, but am now entirely cured. U. Mt('wmi, St. Louis, Mo. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tin: Swift Sckcifh Co., Atlanta, Ua. A I Logan 2'!,70:S t. -- Lll'I'IXCOrrS MAGAZINE, Philadelp $3 oo per year. 25 cts. single number The publisher of this paper will receive subscription. y Louisville. St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co, IS. TIME SCHEDULE 3STO. tuuiiik i:trcct M At 5:00 o'clck A. "'Vf llutmtl TViiiii Sund&y.Aug. ".J M to, 1890 &uf Humid Trauit STATIONS Dp't . Harvest Moon. and you, too, girls, do you know that the Harvest hioon of 1800 is now in its first iiiartor? Happy she who saw it first over her plump and snowy and la.zling right shoulder, for she shall be married before a Harvest moon waxes and wanes next year ot least, so say Scottish folk-lorand in many respects that is better than the lore of the books. You will bo Of the Harvest moon, one of the if you take "C. for Chills and sweetest of the English classics saith : "The kiss that would make a maid's cheek Guaranteed. The Say, boys, flush, 18,910 Breckcnridge !,8o!) Metcalfe l'l,oi7 Allen 10,081 Monroe The approximate population of some of the cities and towns in the 2nd District of Kentucky: !): Scottsville 40!) (Jlasgow Junction 2,250 Klizabetbtown '.'. 810 Loitchflchl ,.: 2.1TS2 Russellville 403 Brandenburg 57:5 Caneyville 7,722 Bowling Green 010 Hardinsburg . 1,527 Clovorport 280 We t Point 2,002 Glasgow A i.i". Ai.i.k.v, Supervisor. 1890 FRANK S.COOK, -- B- UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, Ky. : :- - DIRECTORS. SURPLUS $12,500. Wm. P. Ottw. R. F. "lalke. W. T. Grant. C. G. Strater, John G. Roach. B W Wood. Fred Hoertx. Isaac W. Uernhtim, W. W. Druramond, John Doerhocfcr, James P. Curd, Henry Urockinan. Pays Interest on Time DeposiM. Necotlates Purchase and Sale ol UonJ. Solicit ycur Uuslneia ' Single Strap Track HARNESS. Prico, $17. 4p n. T,,,I'ta-ttal LUMBER, LATH u, SHINGLES, DOOES, The Leather. Workmanship and l'lnlsh arc ol m' the VKKV WEST SAVK MONEY BY BUYING DIKECT. H'e cm sell yoti sfsf isssaH Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. 00. 8END FOR OATALOOUE. AOME MANUPAOTUEING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. yt -- ' C. C. cured without an inflicton Certain Chill Cure" Fever. Pleasant to take. For Sale by G. W. Short. Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., y. l Muil Kxpr's KxprS r, M hprk D.iiK 1 til 7 " iKxpr'i. J ltoth un If kissing wero n sin, Under tlie Argus eye and dinyand ' tell-tal- Appreciates e His Old Paper. Home and l:i.K D.iil) "fiip.n au'iin. U.Un'ii rt40 7 -- Dill) MApin HVl ((111 glureofnoon, i Tl S S(U )'. fil S3) '127 Ktntiii MKI !MH W2II HI! Kli S'7 8 4. 8M 8.V.I 'i:i7 'I III 'Hi! 'Him H2II H2S yr.l li:W Mi .itlt S,nm;S H :u 112S I.kruii '112(1 (iiistim Linn.' Hr.iirh llr.iiMUnliuiK it llo.inl ItiHk K st. I'omt ir. 10pm ll.iin IJ,ni Sli'. .llnTiin 7 4.i 1117 7 :V VJ .V. 12 11 12 Would cause but a murmur and a bluih 'neath tho Harvest moon," 7 27 7 iS 7 17 7(ri i'...l illlll l(t:"7 11121 10 28 ' lrn.i!i..n Vil.Kr ....lll.urK 1'ivrco ,11 J I 111 til 7iP llira 10.17 J Iff 11 2lll'i HI.'.II llll.'v" 11 12 U W27 H li :l SUplitiihiMirt Ad.t.Min Holt s.uiiplc 101.1 UI2S III 2:1 111120 lit I. li I .tl ii28 111 07 li.'t2 OM 10(11 10 117 10 lu 10 15 1112 1121 111 .1 tlmirporl Skillmu. ILiui-Ktill- Shop i 10tf lUKI '.H'J '.LIT i.ll lill .'1 ,S 1111 iii.v.imi 112 II .Ml I lOSt 10 47 11 10 11 17 11 11 12,. m l2 21 I.fui'MM.K c.tMi 1'elrii. alt on 'J2S 1122 .'.5:! 111 "..II .r. 22 .r ins 1111 :. I l'i 11 Hi ".111 I .CI iors 28 Hi 112 K 12 1J.V.I 1 07 1 17 r M U .V.M 1'J lit 11.1 1C 1 Stank Aurtliiiigtoii S,,,tt-.illi iini. itlli.;li II.i1m ti n.U l'oers rates '1 S .17 S27 S 11 8 01 7 '.2 7 11 7 21 ist 'llll 4 111 i'o .t II 121 3 llljnn Since the gentle Huth nuitured the feet of Bonz in her at onto widowed and virgin bosom, when the threshing floor groaned with the bouuUes of the fields in which she had gleaned, since Isaac awaited tho approach of the beauteous Rebecca, tho Harvest moon has been the time of festivity in mattersof love. Now is the time, boys, if you would win her; now is the time, girls, if you would catch him. I'nilor tho Harvest moon Cupid plays more capers than was ever dreamed of in the philosophy of Tennyson, who talked about robins, lapwings, doves and young men in connection with spring time. Louisville Times. --- In 2lm,im ir.lli K 7l0i.li At a mooting of tho City Council, hold in Hardinsburg, Ky., on tho 13th day of September, 1800, present, Mayor V, G. Bttbhiigo and the following counoihnoir, viz., Taylor Beard, James Pate, J. 11. Johnson, on motion of J. It. Johnson, - XV M-tho following preamble and resolutions were adopted : Wiikkeas, This board learns with reCHILL gret of the death of Mr. James G. 1 1 cnRAi'EST medicim: known CONSIDERINO QUALITY AND SIZC OF DOSE. one of tho membeisof this body, Scandalous. IT WILL ALSO CU"R."G3 on the 12th day of September, 1890, DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, Boy Docs Mrs. Jones live here? AMD CHRONIO CONSTIPATION. Therefore, It is resolved, that in his Jones I believe she does. of its most C. C. MARTIN, next door told me that death this body loses ono "Mr. Brown faithful and efficient members, tho city DRUGGIST she had two calves to sell." n trusted publicscrvant and an honored, NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICt. "Brown knows a darned siidit better. Ky upright, Christian gentleman. Clovorport, Mrs. Jones has no calves. .She's nothl'etohcd, That these resolutions lo ing but skin and bones." Binghamton spread iion tho records of tho city, nnd U'lider. a copy bo furnished tho family of the de.Wanted to rent or sell my farm of 100 aero. Nervous and delicate women should ceased, and a copy furnished tho county od mile North of Union Slur, on tlio waters of not hike Quinine and rack their nerves, papers forpubllcatlon. O00J Lick Hun. 70 ncrei' in cultlration, For but"C. q. 0. Certain Chill Cure," the V. G. Baihiaok, dwelling, barn and other tmprorementi. Tayi-ofurther information address the undersigned great Bkahd, remedy for Fever. Agtto nnd U. T;, WHKKLKH. Union Star. at J.mks B. Pate, W. Short. Jok B. Buziiy, UUV YOUR SCHOOL U00KSFU0M J. It. Joiinsok, Ciiah. L. 15k.mii). Don't put oil' renewing your paper. I SkJ jmr F ylsak. afe. 1M77 MXT THE BEST 9 MEDICINE CURE. -- LIVER . Epoch. The transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust health 'murks an epoch in the life of the individual, a remarkable event is treasured in the memory, and the agency whereby the good health hus been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence that so much is heard in praise of Klectric Bitters. So many feel they owe their restoration to health, to the use of the Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are troubled with any disease of the Kidneys, Liver and Stomach, of long or short standing, you will surely find relief by use of Klectri Bitters. Sold at 50c. and Si per bottle at i. W. Short's, Clovorport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Hardiiishurg, Ky. it-i- s Ki.izaiictiitowx, I i.iji., Hardin county, Sept. 15, 1800. John 1). Babbage, Kditor Nkws, Clovorport, Ky. Dkak KniToit. Often in tho hurry and rush of business, I think of my many friends and dear old home in Kentucky, and look forward to tho weekly visits of the Nkws as quite a treat in the way of homo news. For tho benefit of my friends, I will say that our little city is a beautiful and prosperous place, noted for tho generosity and sociability of its citizens. The principal products of our county are corn, wheat and potatoes. Tho fat mors nlso give considerable attention to the raising of stock. We also have a vast amount of minerals, iron, lead and spar, tho two hitter being mined extensively. Find enclosed SI. Please credit me with ono year's subscription to the Nkws, and send ticket in your drawing, Success to tho Nmvs. Respectfully yours, J. A. 1I01.I)KKMA.V. Aswcr LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mcntion this paper. VBBBMMMa)iMMMBgMwarawaBm3BgMsmJuaMwamBB viur uji v" - x-- iv EviyisViLLE, Ind. r What is CASTORS Caatorla. la v Pltcacr old, hannloaq and oleic cure for Children' Coraplalata. Snperior to Ctutor OIL Paxogorlo or Warootlo SympaT Children cry for Caatorla. Millions of Mother blc Oottorift. Infant' and Pr. SarnT Resolutions Passed by the City Council of Hardinsburg on the Death of Rev. Jas. 0. HaswelL Cottoria cures Colic, Constipation ; "I recommend Castoria for children's ; Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, complaints, as superior to any prescription Gives healthy uleep ; also aids digestion : known to me." II. A. Aitcniit, M.D.. Without narcotio stupefactiou. BU, Brooklyn, N.Y. Ill So. Tok Csntaor Cokpakt, 77 Murfay St., NewTork. t'i1i7ttl-ilVtTVVTliiA't-VVl.-i.V'AV,-- DR. ELLIOTTS Medicated Food, 3E.' v4s(ssbP9IsS IK lUIUBf&AjLa-lf'- l A Suro Curo for all Diseases In HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Ariatne from Impurities or the Blood, and from Functional Derangements, A DEAD -- For Sale or Kent. SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN tT' PREVENTION OF BOG CHOLERA. Mala-laVfqli- ly BAB-BAO- Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at Gali at theBREOKENitiDGE News office SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. and have your Job work done, neat, cheap. TRY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. r1 ForrSale by A. R. FISHER. "Good morning, Oharlio. "What is tho news ?" "Why I haven't you heard that tho Hamilton -- Brown Shoo Co. havo got out a Pour Dollar Shoe that boats overything they havo done yet ?" S' f