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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890. iu a gloomy aud dej cted moo t, But Mr. Hrncu.w.n vurv ItitiilTnnil jint only thnnkea m9lfe.rtUy for thp trouble I had bi'.'ii at but ill ir.wd tbacnuiue-nes- s of his satisfaction by prc3eilting mo with a check considerably larger than I was entitled to or expecte 1. Mary, who had taken the deepest interest in tho investigation, told mo ono evening when I was dining nt their house that site felt certain she could not tell why that I should yet, somehow sho could not tell how unravel this Gordion knot; nay, that it was to bo tho means whereby wo should attain tho fulfillment of our hopes. I hoped with nil my henrt sho might bo right, but confessed to somo skepticism, on the point; for, which unbelief I received tho mo3t delightful scolding from Mary; and "You are not to laugh at me, sir! I will not bo laughed at!" (Oh, tho way sho emphasized that "not!") "It is very rude of you to laugh at me, and you shall do penance I" Seeing that Mr. Bruco was nodding over his book I did penance, though perhaps not just in tho way that Mary had anticipated. It was a very nisii act on my part, but tho temptation was irresistible. You havo never seen Mary or you would understand. Mary blushed horribly nnd was. both scared and indignant; but I pleaded eloqnently for absolution and finally appeased her. At parting she said: ."You will seo, Cnarllo, you will find the thing out. Depend upon it. Women know things, you know, that men don't know. Well, I know I don't know how I know, but I do know that you will discover this Dalrymplo Bruco's marriage. I'm as certain of it ns I am that wo well, as of anything. So good night, and bo a good boy and don't contradict. No! not ono, I declare!" (Alarums, excursions.) Tho first nows that greotod me on my return to my city chambers was that Mrs. Swat man's mummified assistant, Mrs. Crump, was seriously ill. 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How could j'ou suppose" "This way, aunt, this way," said I, with difficulty maintaining my gravity, while at the samo time taking shame to myself for tho ruse I was playing oil on hu,r. "A thousand thanks to you, dear aunt; it is most unfortunate that the interruption should have come nt this time, but doctors, you know" "I understand, Vt course," she pressing through the doorway and venturing to face me only when she was on the landing outside. "And I was going at any rate in a moment; and I only wanted to tell you, my dear nephew, that that I am your aunt, and that I intend that is, that you may expect I mean that you need not fear jn short, it will be all right! And' so, my dear, good-b- y and God bless you!" And with this tho best ot relatives kissed my unworthy cheek and hurried downstairs. "Fine old lady, that!" observed tho doctor, when I hobbled back to the room. "Tho world does not contain her equal for her age!" I replied. r"Ajid now, my doar doctor, all ilinve to ask of you is to follow her example." "What! write you a check for fifty pounds!" exclaimed he. "Not me!" "I expect nothing so sensiblo of you. What I want Is to bo left alone. Solitude is to be my medicine for this afternoon." "Ah!" ejaculated tho doctor, smiling wth nn arch twinkle in his eye. "Well, I'm off; but, mind you, no more aunts of any ago or I'll order you mustard plasters and turtar emetic!" And with this tin cat aud a laugh ho took his leave. "And now," said I to myself, sinking back in my chair, "of courso Mary won't come- after nil." , But I was mistaken; she did come; and sho camo in the nywt natural and uusensational way in sf.o world. Sho came sho was in tho room for a mo ment sho was in my anus; nnd then all my doubts nnd troubles wore forgotten, nnd I felt ns if our long separation had been bnt a weary dream. "My own dailing Mnry!" "Charlie, my love, how thin you are! I'am so glad!" "That I am to thin;" "Oil, Charlie" Well, we were very happy. I was almost nfraid to love her so much as I did, and yet 1 know that I could never love her so much as sho deserved. We wero together, and wo wero happy; that was all that either of us know or cared. But at last Mary declared that I must light the ipis. "For," said sho, "how can you pretend to hay you love mo if you cannot see my nt d, LfaJ.J;IrkfiVarew3mll ITTil face'r" irWMifri TT1 W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. Has removed and will be found over F. N I will be pleased to see all old and new customers. All work In my lino of business will have prompt attention. ' I will at any time make. Views to order. PICTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. N. B. Old Pictures copied nnd onlnrged. Remember tho new place of business is over F. N. D'HUY'S, Jewelry Store, Cloverport, Ky. D'Huy's Jowlcry Store, where i3 BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM BAB-BAO- Fi HE SHOWCASES. WtlTBCiMMCII JftAstf for catalogue. TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 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"First, then, ouo more The matches aro on the mantelpiece; you can light tho gas yourself, if you will. I wash my hands of it." Tho gas was lighted. Soon after tho middle Temple clock struck 5 in its most aggressive tone. "My father is dining nt tho Freemasons' ttneru said Mary, "and he is going to dress at hla chambers; sol can stny over so long yet if you will let mo." "If you stay here till I ask yon to go, Maiy, yon may mnko up your mind to leavo as an old woman." The words wero scarcely out of my mouth when I heard tho outer door open. Thero is a series of four doors between my rooms and the outer passage. A heavy footstep sounded between tho first door and tho second. Mrs. Swatman or her assistant imbecile had evidently neglected to safeguard tho approach, and hero was somo unknown intruder- - forc' , ing himself in. "Mnry," I cried, "for heaven's sako"- -! into my bedroom quick!" Sho appreciated tho urgency of tho occasion and vanished liko a bird. Just ns tho door was closing upon her in walked her father, "Come, I'm glad to seo you looking so much better," said ho in a hearty voico. "Why, you've quite a color." Not a doubt of it. In fact, I folt as though my face might be tho tint of n tomato. Luckily Mary when she came in hid not taken oil nny of her things oxcept her sealskin jackot, and that she had snatched up and carried away witli her when she efccupvd. "Thank you; yes, I'm getting better," was my reply. "That's right. I'm very glad to bsar it. I'vo something to talk to you about something I think yon can do for mo, when you're able to get iibout, which will occupy you and give you what I'm sure will bo beneficial to you change of air aud bcone." Then, taking a chair beside the firo (tbe very ono in which Mary had just been sitting), Mr. Bruce proceeded to unfold his plans. He must have thought that my illness had rendered mo extromo-l- y fidgety, for it wus wbth tho greatest, difficulty that I could keep still or even protend to be listening. I was on tenterhooks for poor Mary. The weather was o cold, and thero was neither firo, nor iu my bedroom. I knew moreover that she would be able to distinguish tho tones of hor'father's voice; and tho discomfort and distress of her position .worried me bo much that every other coin iteration wns dwarfed iu tho All this, however, did not prevent Mr. Bruce, from stating his belief that the mnrriago of Dalryinple Bruce and Tryphena Muddams had been solemnized iu the county of Berkshire aud most probably in the vicinity of Abingdon. At any rato the information gained firo-placcoin-pnribo- n. "I do not lovo you for your face." (n n wretched room in a disreputable looking building iu a squalid court oil tiently. Dniry lano tho poor old crcnturo had her "The door that lends from your homo. Homo! A room not much larger into his sitting room, sir." Thero was a door by my bedside than an old fashioned cupboard; a crazy, which was always locked, and for tho tumbledown old wooden bedstead, with Itey of which I hid always boen going quite unmentiouablo bodclothiug; two rickdty chairs and a table to match; a to ask, thinking 'it was another cupa board. Through this door Mary had deal waslistand, witii a broken basin; triangular bit of looking glass scratched jscaped. How thankful I was, now, that and smeared; four or five moldy booke it had not beon a cupboard. It turned on tho top of a painted deal chest oi imt that Mrs. Swatman occasionally drawers, from which tho drawers wore used the door when Burnett was away missing. These, together with a few und I was engaged, and that in this instance, tho laundress having called, household gods a kettle nnd saucepan and a torn and discolored fragment oi Mrs. Swatman had gone in that way, drugget formed tho furniture of the and had happily been in tiino to release place. panes of glass in the terrified Mary from her ombarrassiug solitary Three of tho smashed and the window wore the predicament. holes filled up with what appeared to be blessed Mrs. Swatman, and did not, I fragments of old stuff petticoats. as I had fully intended, give her a good In this delectable apartment Mrs. blowing up for admitting Mr. Bruco Crump lny, aud thero my doctor when she knew that I was engaged. her. Sho wanted for nothing attended thnt She did not know, by the way, that I could provide her, and one evening wt nt was "engaged'' in tho common acceptMr. Bruco's 1 managed to interest him ance of thnt term. I blessed her thereand Mary in tho old woman, insomuch fore, and furthermoro presented her that Mr. Bruce not only permitted Mury with a sovereign, which mode her happy to visit her, himself sent to her at for tho rest of tho week honest old various timesbut quantity of port out of a descendant of Cinderella that sho was! his own cellar. Ho had his reward. Next inorning by the first post I had.a On Christina!! day I was dining at hit "tor-riblletter from Mary. Sho had been table, and during dinner Mary found an frightened," poor darling; sho had opportunity sho liud b tooll mo not fully realized tho impropriety of Chriotmas, present forjs that upstairs; but coming to my chambers until her father sho'refiibcd, notwithstandiiiv my urgent had come upon tho scene and she had inquiries, to tell mo what ftwas. I had felt tho 'dread of discover-- , I must visions of smoking caps and slippers and r to bo so foolish aiKd other ornamental aud useless rubbish answer I promwicked;" Bhe tutid. that girls usually think appropriate ised notto bo selfish nny more, acquaint- gifts for men. It turned out to bo somefather's plans and pointed thing much moro to my liking. I had ed dier wltH-he- r out that If I wero successful wo- might and havo weakness for old books, nnd a perhaps hopd to approach Mr. Bruce. my chambers woro almost lined with Jn ubout a fortnight" I received my in- them. structions and proceeded to hunt up the (TO BE CONTINUED.) Berkshire registers; r.nd a auoro wesri-sonf- o task 1'iiever undertook. In borne "How delicious is tho winning well onough cases tho registersc-werkept nnd'woro onsy'iof access;' In ' some Of a kiss, nt Iovo'b beginning" they had been sold ns wasto iaper or Kings tho poet, nnd his sentiment is true imperfect; whilo; in ia fow instances they wero for with ono possiblo exception. If cither nigh value- party has tho catarrh, oven lovo'a kiss that theyhrid become well' less, and ono I found in a? decayed loses its sweetness. Dr. Sago's Catarrh old box in a loft over tho vicar's Remedy is a suro euro for tills repulsive cow shed. At Abingdon.aad.moro nnd distressing affliction. By its mild, Nicholas tho rogistora Oiad soothing, antiseptic, cleansing nnd healboenwidiuinibly preserved, and itwas ing properties, it cures tho worst cases. here that I spent the longest .time; but I iiud tho least traoo of what I $500 reward ollered for an incurnblo fuiled'to case. wontedjUud'uot ' word either of or of Tryphena Maddams. Tlio Force of lizaniple. One r.tir&y aud again at Walllngford A few days since a man living in the I thought J'wasfiipon tho track, "lyldlo at Cobkham a whble colony of Maddams west wnntod to pay off a grudgo against a neighbor without nny risk to himself, Appeared to have 'boen buried, but not a Tryphena among them and placed 'a dynamite cartridge in a all. At St. Lawrence, Healing, there Bheafof wheat. Tho enrtridgo was diswas a record of tho marriage iu 1763 of covered beforo it went into tho thrasher, certain Theodosiu Maddams to David and no ouo was hurt. This suggested Bruce, and this bothorud'me n good deal an idoa to nu Ohio coward, who tried tho until I discovered tint Tlieftdoghvwos same plan, and succeeded In blowing up the widow of one Hezeklah Maddams, the machino, burning tho barn and in"butcher of this towne." After a la- juring several men, but killing no ono. borious and painstaking search I came If bad examples were as slowly followed to tho conclusion that I was on tho as good whata'fine thing it would be. wrong scent, and I returned to London Detroit' Froo Press. led to tho Inference that liio ceremony m question had taken place at one of tho churches in one of tho rivertido towns of Berksldro. His proposal to me was that I could undertake to make a thorough search among the parish registers, Mr. Bruce paying all tho expenses and compensating mo for my labor at tho rate of a guinea and a hulf a day. , Wliilo ho was talking Mr. Bruce had involuntarily taken up an old woolen glovo which I kept on the top Of tho coal lox by tho fireside to put on when shoveling out coals for tho fire. It was grimy as Mrs. Swatmnu's hands tho no plus ultra of honest dirt and before I noticed what ho was about his fingers were as soiled as those of a finance agent. "Oh, what a nuisance!" exclaimed Mr. Bruce. "Dear mo! I'll just step into your bedroom and wash." He rose nnd approached tho door. "No, no!" said I hurriedly, and laboring out of my chair under the influence of abject terror. "No hero lot mc fetch the basin in here for you!" ' 'Nonbense couldn't think of troubling you. I know my wny," ho answered, amicably motioning mo bark to my seat with ono hand while he opened the door with the other; and before I could say or do anything further to preveut him Mr. Bruce had entered tho bedroom. If a benevolent earthquake would kindly have made a meal of me at that moment how grateful I should have been. In a stnto of mind which I do not care to analyze I waited tho inevitable explosion. A long second passed nway and an everlasting minuto thero was no sign. What had happened? CouldMary havo contrived to liido herself anywhere? I tried to reflect. There was a large, deep cupboard in tho room that served as a Wardrobe. Surely Mary had not had the presence of mind to conceal herself there? Yet it was tho only placo I could think of into which sho could havo retired; there was no other solution of tho mystery. In a fow minutes Mr. Bruce returned with clean hands and unruffled demeanor. Manifestly he had seen nothing nnd snspect-o- d nothing. He resumed tho conversation whero he had left it off, aud after some further talk it wus agreed that I should start for Berkshire as soon as tho doctor would authorize mo to leavo the house; firbt, howovcr, calling on Mr. Bruce to receive his written instructions and a check on account for whatever I thought I should need. Then, at last, my benefactor took hisdeave, and I hailed his departure as I.should tli4t of the gout. I hastened to tho bedroom. , P "Mary!" I called. "Mary!" No answer. I searclied the c'uplidard; l ' Sho was not there. I looked behind the curtain in a forlorn hopo that sho might have hidden lierbelf thero. No Mnry. 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MARTIN, LOUISVILIll IT WXUQ ALSO OTXR3D DY8PEP8II, BILI0U8NE88, AND CHIIONIO CONSTIPATION. OKUGQIBT, NCXT DOOIt BELOW POST OFFICE. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE." Bandy, William Duwell, fleorgo .Morris, Byron Johnson, Abram limner, Henry Johnson, Isaac Norton Peylon Shumate, Tbomiii Chadoin and John 11 Blako have as sociated themselves tugotber and bocamo incorporated under the name, known as tho Hochdalo Plan of Corporation or Association. 2. It shall have for its object to carry on tho buitneas of dealing In anv goods or wares, merchandise or any other goods that thi laid Association may from time to time deem proper, under tbe ltockdale plan of business. 3. That is to sell for cash or otherwise as the board of directors may deem proper, at the regular retail price of such goods, for the sue ccssful and profitable management of Its own affairs and to form all other acts to (bis end. shall havo power to i. This sue and be sued under its nama In Breckenridgo County, State of Kentucky, to buy all goods in the best market at the lowest price possible, and to soil as cheap us possible to keep the stock holders safe at tha seasonable profit to same, and to liavotliosamo power that any nutural person has In equity and law. 6. To make all and regulations deemed expedient for tho management of its affairs, not to bo Inconsistent with the laws of Kontucky or to conflict with the Constitution and laws of the United States, to presenbo terms and conditions how much and at what time tho caplt-t- l stock may be paid in. 0. Tbe privato property of all stock holders hall be exotnpt from any Incorporated debts of the soid Association, the Incorporated busi- ness shall have twelve directors, a president, secretary and treasurer to bo selected from the stock holders. 7. The stock holders shall meet on tho 16th of October, 18'JO, for tbe purpose of electing their officers, and to pay In as much as $l'60U of the capital stock moro or lei) as tho board after elected may deem proper 8. No stock holder shall tako less than ono share or more than one hundred, and then will only bo allowed one vote, sauio as the 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, and throw-ouor Impeach any officer for misconduct, and elect one in his place nt tho ooxt stated monthly meeting. 9. The said capital slock of corporation hall be Thirty Thousand Dollars In $10.00 shares eaeb, said corporation of business shall bo at Garfield, Breckenridgo county, Ky., and under the seal of tbe Farmers and Laboren Uulun of Kentucky, and shall havo perpetual succession, and shall be known as, and under of thu tho stylo and conititution and Hochdale plan of corporation, Hlohard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, WUlam Dowell, Oeorge Morris, Byron Johnson, Abram. Bruner, Henry Johnson, Isaac Norton, John 11. Blako. Peyton Shumate, Thomas Chadoin, September 17th, 1890. by-lat by-la- INCORPORATION NOTICE. it i.sown that Hichard S. Bandy, Frank " p Six yoke of oxen, four mules, from three to five years old. .Three log wagons, tog chains and dogs and everything necessary for a full logging outfit. All will be sold at a barQKOHOB HOOK, gain. Apply to For Sale. Clovorport, Ky. Hardiniburg, Ky. tl tAHflMHit'BaaifriiiMWiaiaMHmlaaiiiMH iiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiTisiiaaiTrMisaMim Tr " .j-.- 1 , ani TTjBLTf " fl BffECKENRIDGE -- NEWS. MONTGOMERY AN EASY WINNER. In tho primary throughout tho Fourth District last .Saturday, Hon. Alex. Montgomery won the Democratic nomination for Congre&sby a handsome majority. This is the third successivo nomination Mr. Montgomery has won in this district, which is regarded, of course, as equivalent to an election. Tho Republicans will put out a man against him in the general election in November, with no hopes of electing him, but simply as a means of holding" their shattered forces together. Tho Democratic major ity is too largo in the district for tho Republicans to think of overcoming it. Tho nomination of Mr. Montgomery for tho third time, over such strong and influential colnpetitors as confronted him in the rnco just closed, is certainly a just and worthy recognition of his past services by his constituents as a member of the House. Mr. Montgomery is a young man in Congress, but two years' experience has been valuable to him, and serves to fit him much better to meet the responsibilities and duties that devolve upon him than when ho first entered the House. Always cautious and purely conservative upon all questions of a public character, makes him one who will wear well and become the better by actual service. Tho Nkws is glad that he has been renominated not because of any special dislike wo had for either of his opponents, but for the simple reason that Mr. Montgomery was tho best equipped man for tho position. We hope ln's nomination will bo received with universal favor, and that he will be given Kn increased majority by his party in November. HARDINSBURG V. (J.IIAHHAUU DEPARTMENT. .BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Agent & Corresp'nt j WEDNESDAY, -- Editor OCTOHKK 8, 1S90. JNO. D.BADBAQE I. ..St. Ii. A:T. I.ocnl Time Malt and Expren going East ' Cnnl. 10.05 a.m. It Eznreit It " LocaWFrqlght tt " " " West Kaat... West East West -- 11.07 a.m. 5.58 p.m. 0 27 p.m. U.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. xo ouu (!ouui:sroNun,Ts. 1 Get the news and get all the nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism.. and From Dana's news mxcnoFT, tho historian, has passed his ninetieth hlrtlulny. I The Governor tho population and asks for admission Union. of Arizona claims of that territory is that C7,-00- 0, to the Harms Grecnburg has filed suit in tho Davis county Circuit Court against It. E. Chambers, for $10,000 damages for false imprisonment. It is reported that the Kepublicans will nominate G. W. Ixmg, a banker, of Leitchfield, Ky., to make the race for Congress in this district. has been estimated that it will take sixty millions of dollars annually of the Government's money to pay the claims filed under the Dependent Tension bill. Tin: recent speech of Hon. John CJ. Carlisle in the United States Senate on the tariff (jtiestion, is a valuable contribution on the discussion of this subject. Ix the State election in Georgia last week the Fanners' Alliance swept everything before it. Of the 175 members of the Lower House of the Legislature, the Alliance has 1"0; of the 41 Senators, thev claim 'JH. Coxoiikss has at last adjourned. May never look upon its like again. Doss Deed and the whole Depublicau lay-ohave been guilty of some of the most reckless and extravagant legislation ever witnessed in this count rv. We It Tiiimis must be getting pretty warm in the Republican camp at Washington. When a Republican Congress convicts a half dozen leading men of its own party of bribery and other acts of ollicial corruption, it will certainly strike bottom after awhile. Two years ago the Republican party promised to reform the tariff". The bill passed by the Fifty-firs- t Congress adds about $00,000,000 to the over-taxemasses of this country, and that is tarifT reformation with a vengeance. d Tin: farmers in some of the upper counties in this State will hold a meeting at Lexingti n, Ky., on the second sion, but the people want principles that Wednesday in November, to enter their are good for all occasions. protest against the tobacco combine reTin: I'nited States Government officently fotmed between the waiehouse-nici- i cials are determined to break up the of Cincinnati and Louisvillw. lottery business. The Louisiana State The effect of the McKinley tariff law, Lottery Company is the largest swindle which went into effect last Monday, is of the kind on foot in this country, and it is at this concern that the Governalready being felt. Protected manufacturers are sending out circulars announc- ment is directing its work. For the last ing increases in the prices of hosiery, tin fifteen or twenty years the Louisiana Lottery has been running its business of goods, buttons, iron and steel implements, and many other commodities regular monthly drawings, and coined used by the poor us well as the wealthy. enough money to almost buy up the State of Louisiana. The lottery company had so much money, in fact, that A .(K)i deal of matter from our correspondents has necessarily been crowded the Legislature of Ixiuisiana failed to out of the Xi:ws for the past two weeks. stamp it out of existence. Now the GovOur advertiscis have been making an ernment is trying her band by trying to unusual demand of us for space in cut oil' its patronage by making it an ofwhich to boom their fall trade. The fense for any one to be caught in possession of lottery tickets, or making nn atNi:wm has now a weekly circulation among two thousand subscribers, and an tempt to semi for tickets through the advertisement in its columns reaches mails. nearly everv familv in the countv. Hi:iu: is what Congress has done during the session just closed for some of Harrison takes a western the Republican J. 15. trip this week, passing through the Foraker, of Ohio, 'was conStates of Ohio, Indiana and Kansas, lie victed of forgery by a Republican comwill be out about eight days, making mittee. Charles Lyman, tho Republishort stops at Cincinnati, Indianapolis, can President of the Civil Service ComKansas City, and other prominent cities mission, was convicted of a gross violaalong his line of travel. The people tion of the Civil Service law. Green 15. will turn out the thousands, no Ruum, Commissioner of Pensions, was doubt, to see the President and his party branded as a bribe-take- r and stock-jobbea custom that has been kept up since James L. Wheat, the Republican the days of Washington. Postmaster of the House, was convicted of defrauding the Government and.dis-inisse- d Ox account of the firm stand of its from his oilicf. leaders, the runners' Alliance in Kentucky lias ceased to be feared as an indeJi ix. i; Finley, the boss of Republican pendent political party, and the Demo- affairs in the Eleventh Kentucky discrats have no reason to apprehend any trict, was defeated in the convention for disturbance of the party organization. Congress last week by J. II. Wilson. It has become plain that whatever the Mn. Montgomery was an easy winner Alliance accomplishes in Kentucky, it will accomplish by acting within the in the Congressional primary election Democratic party, as an organization of hist Saturday. His majority over both Democratic farmers. As an association of lus competitors will run up to nearly of fanners for their mutual benefit, the 2,:oo. figures as to its growth in Kentucky are Tin: Wheelers held a convention at of interest. The President of the order in this State says its records show that it Henderson, Monday, and nominated II. R. Hourland, of Hopkins county, for now basin Kentucky 80,000 members, Congress in the Second district. 101 counties and divided distributed over into more than L',100 It has Tiik Republicans had a hot fight lost not mndu much headway in the Itlue-grus- s week in making a nomination for Conportion of the State, most of the gress in the Eleventh Kentucky district. fifteen counties in which it has no organization being in that section. New Catarrh Can't be Cured and county unions are being conwith ai'1'i.icatio.nh, as they cannot stantly organized, and the lecturers of the order are sjieaking in every part of reach the seat of tho diseuso. Catarrh the State. President Erwiii enjoys the is a blood or constitutional disease, and confidence of the members and has re- in order to euro it you have to take markable influence ocr them. lie, like internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh euro every one of its leaders, is unalterably is taken internally, and acts directly on opposed to any third party movement, the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's and his continued anil successful protest Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine It lias brought keen disappointment to the was prescribed by ono of tho best physiJfepuhlican schemers w ho hoped to use cians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of tho order ns a wedgo to split tho Demothe best blood purifiers, acting directly cratic organization and help them to suc- on tho mucous surfaces. Tho perfect cess in tho Congressional races. In tho combination of tho two ingredients is what threo districts where tho Republicans curingproduces such wonderful results in catarrh. for testimonials have attempted this, viz., tho First, Sec- free. ond and Ninth, they have made a mess F. J. CHENEY &. CO., Props., Toledo, pf it. Courier-Journa- l. 0. Sold by druggists, price 7rc. PiiKsinns-liigli-kickcr- s. 1 r. sub-unionsub-uniod And Grundy where was ho? It's Congressman Montgomcry.Btill. Newt. Petrco is learning iqlggnifiliy., Mr. Frank Haswoll went to LouiBvillo Monday. J. C. Porter, of Cloverport, was in tho city Monday. Mr. J. II. Lcnniii returned from Chicago Sunday; Mayor 1'icrco, of Clovcrioit, was in tho city Monday. Mr. J. II. Ruzby's mother is visiting him in this city. John Smith, express agent on tho L., II. W., spent Sunday in the city. Miss Ellen Foote has taken a position with Mrs. Sutton in tho millinery business. A number of persons from this place will attend the Owcnsboro fair this week. Miss Ella Smith has gone to Sacramento, Ky., to engage in tho milliner' business. Mr. J. I). Honsley has finished off a nice room in his warehouse for his stock of hardware. Rev. George Hayes preached an interesting discourse at the, M. E. church South last Sunday. Misses Mattic and Mcrtie Heard, of Clark county, Mo., are in the city visiting their uncle, Mr. Clayton Deard. AV. K. Penrod will lecture at the Baptist church here on tho night of tho 20th inst., on the subject of "Tho Fall of Rome." Admission, 25 cents. Ixuiis Globe Democrat in Tiik St. Two men were brought up from Clovspeaking of the great political cliangc in erport and tried before Judge Adkisson, Vermont, says that it would be "useless Monday, for carrying concealed weapas well as criminal to deny that tho ons. They got eighty days each on the situation throughout the country is far rock-pilfrom being encouraging to the RepubliIMU Ilensley, in trying to prove the cans." In suggesting a remedy it says : age of Charley Heard's young mule, "The prompt and effective correction of called in John Alexander, who said he the errors in the tarilf measure and the had known the animal for some time. complete and honest relinquishment of Probably the first time lie ever saw him any purpose to ever bring up the Elecwas somewhere over on Rough Creek tion Hill again, would hold the party in when ho first began riding sheriff, eighharmony with the people." teen years ago. This settled it. We fear this suggestion comes too late The body of an infant child was disto carry the party through November covered in a well on Apalone Matting-ly'- s safely;" but it is a good one and worthy farm, about eight miles below here, of notice, not because it hits the mark last Friday. 'Squire Charley Matting' merely, but because it uniquely displays went down and held an inquest. The the principles that it now becomes neces- following is the verdict of the jury : sary to abandon. Why talk of an honest "We of the jury find that the dead body relinquishment of any purpose to ever now before us is an infant, unknown to bring up the Election liill again if it was us, and that it is a white male child, and an honest measure, propagated in good was murdered and .thrown into a well on faith for the welfare of the whole people ? the farm of Mrs. Apalone Mattiugly, in If the principle was a good one, it is a this county, by an unknown person, and good one still, but the Republican leadwas discovered on the 3rd day of Octoers in this case, as in all others, are ready ber, 1S!K). to top off nnv favorite measure or adopt G. W. Caiiwim:, Foreman. any hated one in order to hold the party NoTici:. liny your fruit trees, shrubs, in harmony with the dear people. This etc., at the I Iardinsburg Nurseries. has been their practice all along and the Zack Giieex, Manager. dear people are learning it, up in New The following is the vote in tho PriEngland ns well as in the AVest. The Globe Democrat makes a noble confes- mary held last Saturday. Sr t i , e. Montgomery 75 Russell 12 :t 1 Hardinsburg Cloverport Grimily 118 74 Stepheuspurt Union Star Webster Ilowlcyvlllo 49 25 19 17 30 8 27 11 8 0 0 0 1 - 35 30 3J 8 (U 2 7 2 10 381 McDaniels Kock Vale Cutter Buras Planter' Hull Total 3 (I 17 0 0 278 28 Gratifying To All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, is tho most excellent laxative known, illustrate the valuo of tho quali-itie- s on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup Company. Emma Juch at the Auditorium, Louisville, Ky. The very reasonable prico of admission charged for the coming Emma Juch Grand English Opera engagement in Louisville, has caused a tremendous sale of reserved seats. The indications are that the vast Auditorium will bo crowded with a brilliant audience at tho first performance, being Lohengrin, in which Miss Juch will appear. Ever since tho opening of the box sheet at Baldwin's a week ago, the oflicojiow been crowded every day. Not onlyTnre the pcoplo of Louisville taking advantage of this engagement, but every mail brings in numerous applications from out of town, as the railroads are going To give reduced rates. Many looms have already been engaged at tho hotels, which shows what a large attendance will be at the opera. Manager Camp Bays, he trusts that the public will bear in mind the rules of tho Auditorium, that lato comers cannot bo seated while the curtain is up, and as tho Acts in Grand Operas arc long, that all should remember to come before tho curtain rises. A word to tho wise is sufficient. Tho scenery of this engagement is magnificent, and tho Auditorium stage will oven surpass its always fine staging, so it is well for tho ladies to be considerate, and if bonnets aro worn, do let them be very small ones, and not mar the pleasure of tho evening by intruding a largo hat. Mr. Locke, tho Director, says the company he has collected to support Miss Juch, is tho strongest Grand English Opera Company sinco tho days of tho Original National Company. Tho engagement is for October 13, 14 and 15th. Tho Repertory, Lohengrin, Rigolette and L'Africauo.and tho Ojwras will bo produced in the order named. Hon. J. F. Woolfolk was at homo Sunday. in town C. P. Lane, Garnettsville, Monday. Dr. II. K. Puscy, of Louisville, was in town Monday. Ed Gwartnoy, of Corydon, was in town Sunday. Mr. W. II. Richardson was in Louisville Sunday. Esquiro'Koitli, of Rock Haven, was in town Monday. Rev. Overton, of Louisville, was in town Monday. Mrs. Lon Moremen is visiting relatives in Bullitt county. J. D. ltabbago, of Cloverport, was in town Monday. A largo crowd was in attendance at County Court "Monday. A. W. Moremon's stablo is filling up again with horses for training. Geo. II. Casperke, who has been sick for some time is improving. Mrs. C. G. Moremen and family wcro visiting in Louisville last week. An effort is being made to erect a Presbyterian church at Weldon. Sandy Alexander's (colored) barn burned down ono night last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ditto were in Louisvillo lost Friday and Saturday. Miss Rosa Moremen, of Hardinsburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hattio Ditto. Mrs. A. Ditto and Miss Hallio Dowdoy have returned from a visit to Louisville. Mrs. Jabinc and Mrs. Fisher, of Cloverport, aro visiting Mrs. J. L. Fairlcigh. Miss Allie Reid lias returned homo after a visit of several weeks in New Albany. E. A. Coleman and family returned last week from a visit to friends in Kansas. Dr. II. A. Ditto is not improving in health, is confined most of the time to his bed. Misses Nellie and AVinnio Green attended the Satellites' ball last Thursday evening. Mr. James Hawes, of Louisville, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. D. AV. Lewis, Sunday. Rev. E. II. Morrison preached two interesting sermons at the Methodist church Sunday. Misses Fannie Woolfolk, Mary Dicker-sta- ll and Mary McFarland have returned from Louisville. There will bo Presbyterian service at the M. E. church next Sunday, conducted by Rev. Dawson. Misses Maudo Moremen and Dettio Licshart, of Vino Grove, visited Miss ' Zula Malin, Saturday. Mr. Sam Wrathcr, of Ekron, says the Ni:ws contains more news than any county paper he over saw. Tho election here passed ofT very quietly. A smnller voto was polled than ever before in this county. Misses Jennio and Hester Woolfolk attended the wedding of Miss Carrie Dirk in Owcnsboro Tuesday. The Presbyterian mooting closed at Detlicl Chapel last Thursday night with 21 additions to tho church. Mrs. J. AV. Fontaine and Miss Minnie Jenkins visited Louisville last week and witnessed the Satellites' parado. The first quarterly meeting for this conference year will bo held at Cedar Grove next Saturday and Sunday. Judge AVoolfolk started for Frankfort Sunday night, but returned homo from Louisville Monday on account of being sick. Messrs. R. II. Nevitt, A. AV. More-meE. II. Shelman, Chus. Dryant and Deo Pusey attended tho Celebration in Louisville last week. Judgo James Stewart and family, who have been visiting Mr. J. L. Fairleigh, left last Thursday for Ashcvillo, N. C, whero they will reside in tho futuro. Tho distillery and apple-drye- r at Ekron, which aro now in operation, aro quite an acquisition to that country, and nre consuming most of tho fruit there. Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Rawlings wero in Louisvillo last week. Mr. Rawlings was tho delegato to the Grand Lodgo and Mrs. Rawlings was enjoying tho Fall Celebration. Tho Meade County Teachers' Association held its first meeting for this school year at this place on Bnturday. A largo number of triers-wer- e present, and tho ilifTefj.t subjects on tho programme were ably discussed. Mr. Granvillo Wilson delivered a very entertaining address to tho farmers of Meado county at tho court-hous- e hero Saturday. Ho cinno hero upon an invitation from tho Farmers' Alliance of this county, and a largo number wero out to hear him. Ho is a very entertaining speaker, and thoso who heard him. wero well pleased. Tho following is tho voto of Meado county in tho Primary election Saturday: Rennets Court House A'ool Creek Concordia Rliodelia Paynesvillo Guston Mcadvillo Dig Soring Woodland Garnettsville Cedar Branch, Montgomery 30 Aslicrafts 11 112 THFHIGHEST PURITY ! THE LOWEST PRICES Mark our Unexcelled Stock of ! Groceries DEY GOODS, and Provisions SE.0ES, pur-chu- ser GUARANTEED SEASONABLE, WARRANTED REASONABLE. CLOTHING We have put in a seasonable; stock of unusual excellence and variety. It lias been clioscn with reference to the tastes and needs of all classes of buyers. So much for quantity. Then as to quality, we have selected our stock with the greatest care, bearing in mind, that wc want goods that please the and bring the buyer back by their satisfactory services. Then there is the important question of ,priccs. know we can't hope to win and hold your trade without'being fair in figures and arc prepared to say that our prices are as low as any right from the start, and lower than any at the finish when their "Wc quality has been proven in wear. " Wc suggrst thai you v,isit our store, examine our stock, get our prices and will save you money. test our treatment and we r Proceedings of the Meade County Teachers' Association. STRAUSS, THE WALTZ KING, h. Tho Meado County Teachers' Associa- At the Auditorium, Louisville, Ky., October 26th-29ttion met at Brandenburg, Saturday, Oct. The coming two concerts nt tho Audi4th, at 11 a. m., and was called to order by President F. R. O'Uryan. As tho torium, Louisville, Ky., is looked to with much interest, us all have teachers were lato in getting in, tho reading of the minutes of last meeting a desire to hear tho Strauss orchestra. was dispensed with. Tho first subject Tho reputation of tho Strauss orchestra for discussion w as "Duty of Teachers to is It is tho delight of tho their Profession." B. F. Willett made a people of Europe. Thero is no other orshort, but interesting speech. Ho said chestra in tho world that can play a that a teacher should enter into the Strauss waltz as tho Strauss men do unwork with all his energy, and make der the baton of their leader, Ilerr Strauss. After the "Beautiful Blue that his special study. Next on the programme, "How to Secure Prompt At- .Danube" strains have ceased to flow, tendance." AV. A. O'Bryan contended and the vast audience that hear him disthnt the best way to secure prompt at- perses, they aro full of praiso and n for tho matchless performance to tendance was first to get the patrons interested in the causo of education, to which they have listened. Thero will bo a brilliant programme have them visit tho school often, and give tho pupils cards of merit for good rendered nt these two concerts Oct. 28th lessons nnd prompt attendance, and oc- and 29th, at tho Auditorium. Prices world-wide. Ed-uar- Old Stand - By's You will find r for-wn- rd HOUSE. STOVES Ot all kinds and Prices. d ndmi-rutfo- HARDWARE Of Every Description. PUMPS, CROSS-CU- T SAWS, casionally Friday evening exercises. B. F. "Willett advocated tho giving of head marks. He contended it would stimulate the children to put forth greater ef forts. This was opposed by President O'Bryan and W. A. O'Bryan, on the grounds that it would be tho causo of thoso that aro best in one branch to study that branch and neglect others that arc of ns milch importance. Miss Ella Dowden and J. L. Simpson favored giving head marks. Next on tho programme, "Variations of Methods," was discussed by Frofs. W. 1). Ashcraft, J. L. Simpson and M. Ilise, in which they advocated any method that would best bring out the facts. The next subject, "How to securo a Library," was discussed by Prof. Hisc and Supt. O'Bryan. Their opinion was that a library would bo very beneficial, and tho best way to secure it was for each teacher to subscribo one dollar as a library fund. As there were not enough teachers present to secure a sufficient fund, tho association thought it best to appoint a committee of threo to solicit subscriptions from teachers or other persons who may wish to donate for that purpose, whereupon the following wero appointed: Supt. O'Bryan, Profs. Iliso and Simpson. "How to Securo School Apparatus" was discussed by President O'Bryan. Ho stated that tho only way to securo school apparatus was for teachers or trustees to furnish them. lie also stated to tho teachers that they had his consent to encourago trustees in securing any improvement in school .apparatus. No othor business, adjourned to meet tho first Saturday in Novombor. F. RO'Biivan, Pres., Al.UA AsilCItAFT, SCC. arc from 60 cents to $1.50. Any ono noshing scats should address Jas. B. Camp, GRATES, Business Manager, P. O. Box 03. Rail- MANTLES x roads will give reduced rates. Of Kinds. It is over 00 years that the Strauss orAgent for Henry Diston & Son, chestra has been a name to conjure with, and its reputation has been main- Saws. Belting, &c, &c. tained unimpaired to tho present leader, Iron Roofing for Sale or put on who for nearly 20 years directed tho the building. Also you can get famous band in all the leading cities of Europe anything made in the Tin, Copper FLUE TILING, $ all A Former Cloverport Boy ia Texas. and Sheet Iron line. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper t0F"Guns and Pistols repaired. in its Texas edition gives a list of prominent and progressive young business L. . men of San Antonio and prints their portraits Among tho list is n young CLOVERPORT, KY. man formerly of this city who removed thero only a few years ago nnd has by industry energy nnd push grown to bo one of tho most successful nnd substantial citizens of tho place. Tho News Eighty-fou- r acres of good land, says : Tho amusement loving public will North-we- st of Hardinsburg, two readily recognize in tho portrait of Mr. and ono half miles. C. Shacklctt, which appears elsowhcre, Also, forty acres of good land ono 0110 of the most popular nnd successful railo and a half from Harninsburg. thentro managers of the South. As proBoth pieces contains a house. prietor of "Tho Washington" this gentleTerms will be Eeasonable. man has won for himself tho will of a For furthor information call on discriminating public by furnishing light, F. M. C. JOLLY, pleasant, legitmnto performances for tho HA11D1NSDURO. KV. masses. Sinco tho opening of this theatre, only a few years ago, prosperity has reigned, enabling tho proprietor to ! acquire titlo to very vnluablo property I ask for jour patronage and propose to give t fronting' tho plnza, where ho will you in return full value for a handsome tlicntro to meet the demand of tho times. J. MILLER, i FOR SALE. ft r 4 Solid Truths now-erec- LOUISVILLE Corrected Weekly by Market Eeports, Farm Implements The H. W. Herndon Co. Cir.XKHAIi . Left nt my atore. Therefore I call your ot- tention to my new and handsome line of Goods consisting of Every Dollar ! Dr. II. L. Ncwsom has been city tax collector for 1890- - Dr. Ncwsom has mado ono of tho liest nnd most prompt paying collectors tho city has over had and tho council made no mistake in him. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 144 Third Street. VKOKTABLIES. l'otatoer, new per bbl Onion Glumly 15 tuell 0 C 14 5 0 0 :t . i) 211 11) 20 00 15 0 0 21 15 28 11) 2 11) 28 40 55 no returns 4 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 43 Many peculiar points roako Hood's superior to all other medicines. 1'c.cnllar In combination, proporUon, and preparation of Ingredients, Hood's Sarsaparllla, possesses mo iuii curauvo value 01 tho best known remodloi 1110 vcgciaoio uom. King- Peculiar in Its and economy Sarsaparllla onlymcdl-cln- o whlch can truly bo "Ono Hundred Doses S OnoV-- O Dollar." Medicines In OVrlargcr and smaller bottles larger doses, and do not produce as good results as nood's. Peculiar la Us medicinal merits, Ilood's Barsaparllla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown, nnrl 1iirnn APifBAir the title ot "The greatest purifier over dlsoovorod."r vO: JL'ccuuarln Its "good namo homo," thero-l- s now ot iioou's Sarsaparllla sold-l- Peculiar vu liTQSyrtXiO Ileum, buabel Catbago, per bbl y 77. 'I 50 2 50 2 00 1 25 3 00 8 00 2 25, 1 00 rouMBV. Hem, per dor Mixed Sprint; Chtckena, per dot Lire Qeeae, per doi " Duck, er doz IIIDK8 and ruis. Green Hides, 30 to 50 lbs " " small Dry Hides, fait " flint Sheep polls, fleeced WOOL. 2 75 (5) 3 25 2 35 2 50 2 00 3 25 3 00 4' 00 2 00 (a) 3 00 fl 7 4 0 Vi U rX,'rnood's VgSJstrcngth 8llJi 20 (gj 33 00 10 10 5 40 (a) I 00 25 35 15 Such as Empire Drills, Old Hlpkory Wagons, South Bend Chill Plows, Avery, Meikleand Ura Clipper Steel Plow Double Shovels, Shop made Single Sbovels, And a full line of Plow and Machlno repalra. Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doom, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Umo Salt and Cement, Brlok and Tiling for flues and drainage, Cook and Heating Stoves and Pipe, and a full lino tt Tinwire. Water Drawers and Pumps. 0 rata and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Bugglea, Road Carta, Pbnetona and Spring Wagons. J. B. Jones' Pore Raw Bone Meel. Cash paid for Country Produce, such a Hides, Feathers, Eggs, ic. . Mv hoUSB tl lltnntAil An G.mtHA- .- 0. opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with tne view or pleasing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will bo to Save Money fur all who favor uo with their patronago. , t otr r saldjV S J. B. HENSLEY. Farmers' 8upply House, Wool, clean Wool, tub washed I'BODl'CK. IlAnniNsnuno, Ky. 'O'requlro nutter, medium Ilutter, choice, country " Inferior Egg Feathers prime Beeswax M 12 bloodJJtf Tallow Peathen ulzed Ginseng May Apple Hoi.t Dlood root Yellow Hoot . Total 292 118 Montgomery's majority, 174. When Baby wan sick, wo gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Caatorta, When the became Miss, she clung to CostorU. When the had Children, the gave them Castoria. corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Tiles, or no tiav renuired. It ia guaranteed to giv6 perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per box ForsalobyG. AV. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. "Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped lianas, chilblains, blood purifiers. In Its phenome- nal rccord ot 8alcs abroad other preparation bas j- -. .Sever attained such nonu-In so short a Urao, And nLilnri1 Its nanularltv and confldenco nmoni? all classes pcoplo so steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, iut bo sure to get tho rccullar Medicine, Lowoll, whoror than of all kVjltlsmade, V'otbcr n 8 17 41 (a) 43 25 () 35 4 22 3 00 (3) 3 25 2 2 2 2K 25 27 16 (to 98 1 00 62 43 80 11 00 fr 00 5 00 VLuity V2r r&Sno J 2rccullar okaim and hay. Wheat, Red " Lungbetry , u. Ear Corn, oholoe.per bu Ont, Northern white Ry Hay Timothy, choice per ton. ..10 Mixed f... 7 Straw, per ton 5 50 75 00 00 & 50 iPPMCpTTS MAGAZINE, with it, varied and txcilltnt contents, it a library tu ttulf. xoat indeed a happy thought to print an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such at you are used to get in book form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor Not only that, but with each number you get anabundanceof other contributlons,which gives you a good magaiint besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway 0 popular favor, have resounded throughout the entire land, and Lippin. colls Magaxim stands in the front rank cf monthly publications, and is the most widely. publication of Us hind in the world. For full descriptive circulars, aJdiest 4 y T A i subscription, UPPlNCOTrSMAGAZINB,PMladelphi 3.00 per year. 35 ctt. tingle number. The publisher of this papsr will receive yr l7 C. L 1I00D 6oldbyUdniKlt. Hood's Sarsaparllla A CO., A potheoulei, Lowell, JIilxforfJ. Irepaiedonly Uau. IFVOUlt HACK AC11KS Or you aro all uom out, i;ood for nothing it Is Kenerul (klilllty. '1 ry JIHUWH'H IltO.Y JUTTMJtS. Iv will euro you, and irfve a good appetite. Sold lr all dealers la medicine. Fino writing paper nt Bahhago's. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. or 20 mule oalta for sale. Jaa. J. Stephens, Holt, Ky. For Sale one hundred ewea In lots to suit purchnsors. 1. Hreil tn tv, 1... down Bucks. w.n.. 11S , "liS. 15 IOO Dosos Ono Dollar ...., h T' J, fi,' wy. 3T -, "f ....i.,... w "N fe Geo. Wcathcrholt went to Louisvillo, Sunday. See our royal line of Dress Goods Sulzei's. Mrs. W. K. Penrod went to Louisville Montlay. M Mr. Amcl Oclzc went to Louisville yestcrfiny. J. N. Hunsche, ofCunuelton wns in tho city Monday. Mrs". Henry Vogel, of Victoria was in the city Monday. Eugcno Hnynes, of Stephensport was in tho city Sunday. V .' WAWS I ,'.3V CMVI5 EJJVTOY Mrs. It. E. Moorman returned from Both tho method nncl results when Louisville, Saturday. Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant The painters havo Charlio Skillmnn's and refreshing to tho taste, and acta new residence in hand. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Rev. Geo. Hayes was the guest of Rev. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysW. C. Brandon Monday. tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual Tho largest and most complete stock constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho of silk umbrellas at Sulzer's. only remedy of its kind ever proMessrs. Len Cashmnn and Clint duced, pleasing to tho tusto aim acwcro in town yesterday. ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in If your time is out for the News don't its action and truly hcncficinl in its put tho matter off but renew nt once. effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecaolo aubstauccs, Don't forget that Babbage will sell its many excellent qualities com"you shirts cheaper than tho'chcapest. mend it to all and have made it Messrs. M. B. and Riley Tucker, of the most popular remedy known. Burns, Ky., wero in tho city Saturday. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c Mr. and Mrs. David Stancliff, of Cory-doand $1 bottles by all leading drugInd., are in tho city visiting relatives gists. Any reliable drugpist who Mrs.- J. C. Babbage and Mrs. J. D. may not havo it on hand will proBnbbace nre visitintr relatives in Louis cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept ville. any substitute. Dr. A. R. Fisher is building an ofllce CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. oh his vacant lot next to the Brecken8AN FRANCISC J, CAl. ridge Bank. LOUISVILLE, Kf. KEW YORK, It.f. D. C. Turrcntine tho old reliable "insurance ngent, of Brandenburg was in Wm. K. Barnes, John Allen Murray, the city Friday. Uardlmburg. Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Hensleyanddnugh MURRAY & BARNES, tcr, Miss Evn, of Hnrdinsburg were in the city Sunday. Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. P. S. Gregory, of Grandviow, Ind., was in the city last week visiting his father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gregory. On last Sunday evening at tho M. E. HARDINSBURG, KY. Church the choir gavo some very fino arOffice over Hardlnsburg Bunk. music to n large anapureciativo audience. Every tissuo of tho body, every nerve, Jl. jY. bono and inusclc is made stronger and more healthy by taking Hood's Sarsapa-rilla- . ' CLOVEKPORT, KY. BSromco with D. R. Murray near Tost A special train leaves this city every ofllce. morning this week at 8:07 o'clock, carrying passengers at SI .20 for the round trip to the Owensboro fair. representing Mr. J. II. Hunsche Office over RichanUon's Hardware store. Sulzer's Tailoring Establishment will CLOVERPORT. KY. visit Cloverport on WcdnesdaytOct 15th. W. S. TAYLOR. See his lino of samples before placing J. C. BUSH, J. II. TAYI.OK, your orders elsewhere. & Co., Tho city councel nt its last meeting passed an ordinance giving D. R. Murray Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store erecting water OWENSBORO, KY. the exclusive provilego of Frcdorica Street, works in this city. Mr. Murray says ho has his company formed and tho money B. ready to build them, and expects to commence work nt once. Tho L. St. L. & T. R. R. will self Office in Fisher's Drug Store tickets to Louisville and return CLOVERPORT, KY. on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11th and 12th, at one faro for tho round trip, for train No. 52 only each day, good to return up to Suuday night, to enable the Surgeon, people to witness tho closing base ball Ofllce at Dr. J: E. Brown's Old Stand. games of the season between tho LouisCLOVERPORT, KY. ville nnd St. Louis clubs. SENSATIONAL. t I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I iTTl I I I Ml I I I I I I I I I I II I I Ml Girl, Rev. Penrod and Miss Hoffman, a Temper anco Lecturer, Create a Sensation at Eawesvillo. Billy Stcrrctto's Girl is nothing if not sensational. Tho little lassie, in swinging around the corners in this city, cre ated quite a flurry among tho sober and staid citizens yesterday morning when it enmo out with the announcement that Tho ono of our citizens, and a minister, had been guilty of creating a disturbance nnd making nn attack upon a lady in a church at Hawcsvillo Inst Sunday. Some of the friends of Rov. Penrod wero very indignant, and, judging from the way they spoke, hnd they met the editor of our daily contemporary, they would havo cleaned that gentleman up. Billy was not to bo found, however, having hied himself to Forcpaugh's circus at Owensboro, leaving tho "devil" to manage his Girl and keep her indoors until tho storm subsided. Rev. Penrod was out of town, but arrived from tho soo no of action on the 10 o'clock train. When a reporter for tho News met him' ho was in the best of spirits, and seemed entirely unconscious of being s sensation. He the victim of a was shown a copy of tho Girl, and was not n little surprised when he read tho article in which ho figured so conspicuously. Ho flatly .denied it, nnd said it wns it bnsc fabrication and not a word of truth in it. Tho following is his statefirst-clas- Ism' ffi&KNmm Of bargains in honest homo manufactured Clothing. You will find in our storo tho most perfect selections of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing in the city and everything Btrictly our own make. You will not havo to pay any fancy prices ; wo charge you only for tho garments you buy, and expect a moderate profit only. Wo havo no expensive advertisements and no sideshow attachments for which tho customer has to pay, although ho doesn't know it. If you want a Sunday Suit; a Working or a pair of Pants or an Overcoat for yourself, come to us and save mtlnoy. If you want a Sunday Suit or School Suit or Short Pants or Overcoats for your boy, como to us and save money. If you want tho best Clothing in tho city, the only genuinojiomc-madClothing, that won't rip in scams, lose the buttons and get out of shape, como to us. Although superior to any Eartern-mad- c goods our prices arc lower. o We Are Full Tlie Sole Purpose of this advertisement is to call your attention to the remarkable wearing qualities of our $2.50 Men's Shoes Ad-kiss- US WM I n, "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i i I l I I I I I - TlTi I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I l THE SOLE Will outwear any S3.00 Shoe on the market, and you will never again be troubled with Corns, which are the result of ill-fitti- ng ment: Miss Hoffman did not ask for the Baptist church to deliver her lecture in, nnd consequently was not refused. Tho facts aro as follows: Miss Hoffman said in her lecture, "Those whospeak against women taking tho part we are taking in temperance, viz., public lecturing, are aiding tho whisky trafllc." After the lecture I asked her quietly and politely if I understood her. I then asked her if the remark did not show nn intolerant spirit. Her reply wns, "It is tho truth." I then said, "I oppose women speaking in public, and I am not nn nider or abettor of the liquor trafllc." I was not excited, nor did I rap the benches with my umbrella. As to a war of words between Bro. Black and myself, I am will-iu- g to leave it to him, and if ho says so, all right. It seems strnngo that such an occurrence should have taken place in Hawesvillo and the people thero know but little of it nnd the disturber of the peaco know nothing. I charge tho correspondent of the Girl with a malicious and uncalled for at tack on me. I further charge a distortion of facts, and the hint that Baptists would probably defend mo is a tacit admission of it. As to Baptist clanishness, any ono who knows enough to keep out of the fire knows better than that. "Many members havo left that church recently on that account" by clanishness, is an untruth nnd I stand ready to prove it. Miss Hoffman is in tho city and will lecture, I understand nt tho Presbyterian church I have not said sho was not a lndy, but to refute she hns nn opportunity the statement of the Girl, nnd if sho is fair minded nnd truthful, nnd if sho does not I will not say anything, but "God hnvc mercy on her." W. K. Penkod. Miss Hoffman arrived on tho morning train and was met by Rev. W. C. Brandon, whoso guest sho is. Miss Hoffman is n very pleasant and prepossessing young lady, modest, refined, gentle in manners, and has nothing of tho appear-anc- o of a woman whom one generally meets in tho lecture field. When asked by a representative of tho News in regard to the article published in tho Girl, she seemed surprised that sho should have been tho cause of any such criticism nnd was not awaro that so much hnd been said. It was true that sho and brother Penrod had had a discussion, rather heated 'twas true, ovor tho propriety of womon taking the field and speaking in public but thoro had been no serious trouble resulting from it that sho knew of. Sho thought Mr. Penrod a littlo out of lino in his position, being a minister and was not holp-in- g tho great cause of temperanco in so doing. Miss Hoffman had not read tho article in tho Girl nnd was not prepared to make a statement as to tho truth of it. Attorneys atLaw. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, miller, Attorney at Law, Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, DRNTISTS J. H. Taylor Paynter, Dr. W. Physician and Surgeon Dr. David White, Physician and Breckenridge News. Malaria Poisonous Literally means bad air. germs arising from low, marshy land, or from decaying vegetable matter, are breathed into tho lungs, taken up by the blood, nnd unless tho vital fluid is purified by the use of a good medicino like Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho unfortu-nat- o victim is soon overpowered. Even in tho more advanced cases, where the terrible fever prevails, this successful medicino has effected remarkable cures. Those who are exposed to malarial or other poisons should keep tho blood puro by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. KW WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890 LOCAL BREVITIES. , b i- Variety unsurpassed. Sulzer's. Popular prices throughout Sulzer's. A fall picnic for money savers Sulzer's. nt 8 o'ek. The salt well ho "shot" y Most ahd best for your money Sulzer's. C. P. Babbage was in tho city, Sunday. W. 1. Graham is very ill at his residence. Mr. Jas. T. Miller went to Louisville, to-da- STEPHENSPORT. Miss Violet Miller spent Sunday in Cloverport with her aunt, Mrs. Pulliam. Miss Emma Mosoloy was homo from school on Sunday. Several of our citizens are in Louisville attending tho celebration. Quarterly meeting will bo held hero on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. It is reported that Miss Nolia Brashcar of Preston, is at tho point of death with consumption. Tho Rov. Perrin Clair, of Louisvillo. WtB been called to tho Baptist church at this place for this year. Mr. George McManama, who is travel-- ing salesman for a Cincinnati house, was in town last week visiting old friends. Mr. W. II. Gorham nnd wife, of Ind., wcro guests of tho Misses Hawkins last week. Mrs. Add Bennett, who has boon spending the summor with her parents in New Harmony, Ind., has returned. Mrs. R. T. Williams, of Evansvillo, was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. Watlington last week. India-na'polis, - Monday1. 'tiv ( Ol V Chns. Sattcrfield, of Victoria was in tho city Monday. A splendid assortment of fresh candles at Babbnges. Miss Etta Wilkcrson returned from Louisville, Sunday. Hon. It. R. Picrco and wife went to Louisvillo yesterday. Wanted. 10,000,000 hoops and poles. Apply to Chas. May. went to Mrs. M. E. Cunningham Stephensport, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Addison, of Addison wcro in tho city "Monday. Mr. F. J. McAullifo spent Sunday with his family nt Garrett, Ky. Miss Hoffman will lecture at tho Elm Dr. Cottrell's Sermon. Dr. Joseph B. Cottrell, of Franklin, Ky., preached in tho Methodist church, in Cloverport, Ky., on Thursday evening, the 2nd inst., to a largo congregation. His discourse was from tho 10th verso of tho third chapter of the Gospel by St. John: "God so loved the world ho gavo his only begotten Son, that whosoever bclieveth on him should not perish, but havo eternal life." He said that theology had unfortunately substituted another reading for tho simple, assuring and inspiring ono of tho L'osnel. namely, that God had been so angered by tho disobedienco of Adam, ho bnd to have blood to appease his wrath. Without denying tho doctrine of vienrious suffering and atonement, he suggested that unfortunate renderings of tho principle by religious teachers hnd greatly obstructed tho development of the kingdom. In giving his Son, God also gavo to his Son what is tho equivalent of all he suffered. "For the joy that was set before ljim he endured." "Ho saw of the travel of his soul and was satisfied." So it was a love transaction in both directions manward and Christward. He claimed that the salvation mado available to each bcliovcr is ono from the guilt, pollution and power of sin ; that holiness in character and conduct in this life is practicable. This is so much a matter of course that the making of what some term "holiness" a obtrusive, specialty, in a grotesque way, had been unfortunate. He insisted on tho principle of ultimate benevolence in the service of humanity as tho only one that enn by any possibil ity dovolop character securativc of highest felicity in timo nnd eternity. All nmbitious motives, all lusts, arc contraband of tho kingdom. Ho said that thero could be well executed counterfeits, even in zeal for church or sect propagandism ; indeed, that churches, organic, could fall under tho mastery of a lust for dominion, and simulate benevolence so artfully as to deceivo tho very elect in furthering their selfish ends. . .Ho said that when the genuino Christ-spir- it becomes tho informing ono of tho churches of this country, thoy would be drawn together in a fraternity, reciprocally honoring each other and rejoicing in each other's efficiency in elevating our common humnnity, What is common to all the churches is doctrine; what is special to. any ono of them is dogma or mcro form, nnd not essential to character to salvation. Said he, "It takes all tho churches, and more, to make tho kingdom." Tho Doctor was laboring under disabilities of sickness, but had the closest attention throughout of his audience; and nt the close thero wero mnny expressions nnd innnifestntions of enjoyment from his discourse. e, A Great Outrage. The attempt to pool the tobacco warehouse business of Louisville nnd Cincin-nn- ti is a great outrage upon the freedom of trade and it is meant especially to oppress tho farmers in the great tobacco-growin- g district. Tho schemo was engineered by certain unscrupulous nnd crafty leaders who were able to deceivo others of tho trade and o will enjoy fat talaries if they succeed. Some were whipped into signing the articles by threats and others by persuasion. AVc are assured that some are unwillingly in tho combine and secretly hoping it will fall through. These are giving us aid and encouragement. Tho Farmers Home Journal has been compelled to make the fight single-hande- d against this giant attempt at monopoly. Tho daily papers of this city have either given aid to the promoters of the great iniquity or have been silent. Even tho Courier-Journa- l, after years of battling against trusts nnd monopoly in almost every shnpc, lends its columns to this scheme which will, in the end, tnx tobacco growers more heavily than, the tariff, or tho cotton-baggin- g or binder-twin- e trust. Still the great foe to these baneful measures has no voico to raise against tho tho warehouse pool. The Commercial has been used to promote the scheme nnd protends to say that benefits will bo derived from it. The evening papers are silent. Meanwhile the vampire is fanning its victim to sleep and preparing to suck its blood. But tho voico of tho Farmers Homo Journal resounds from every hill and valley in Old Kentucky and from every quarter where the tobacco plant grows It has awakened the spirit of the farmers and tho battlo is on. If the news go forth that this is at last consummated vigorous measures ill bo taken to combat. Down with the pool. Farmers Homo foot gear. Why Pay More? wtxler s 9 THE TELL CITY MAFUFACTUHEUS OF PLANING ILLS Also dealers in Felt and liodlno Hoofing. 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. Journal. pOYyi POWDER Absolutely Puro. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Rejwt, Aug. 17, 1880. Li to l-i- . p They Want Women to Vote. Southern War Songs. Tho following petition is being circuCamp Fire, Patriotic and Sentimental, lated over tho back part of this county collected and arranged by AV. L, Fagan, nnd is receiving numerous signers : Numerous illustrations. of Alabama. Price, $3.50. Now York : M. T. Richardson & Co., Publishers, 1890. This comprises by all odds tho most complete eoljection of Southern War Songs ever bought together in ono volume; in fact no attempt ever seems to havo been made to prcsont oven a limited number of these songs in a manner worthy of thoir merits. Tho illustrations by ono of Now York's most talented artiste, aro numerous and spirited. Tho author in his prefaco says : "Emotional literature is always a correct exponent of public sentiment, nnd these songs indox tho passionato sincerity of tho South at tho time they wcro Another change in business. J. E. Monarch of tho firm of J. E. Monarch the & Co. having been elected ofllco of County Clerk, has sold out Street Methodist church . Tho Texas carried a big lot ot pcoplo to sco Eorepaugh's circus at Louisvillo Monday. Mayor R. B. Picrco and Joseph Porter wont to Hardinsburg,' Monday on legal business. Mrs. Booth, of Helena, Ark., is tho guest of Miss Dixo Perrigo, of Stephons-por- t this week. Dr. David Whito, a young physician of Tobinsport, Ind., has located in this Ho occupies Dr. Brown's old city. olllro. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. MqAllister, of Beard's, wero visiting Mrs. J. 1). Potts, ' nt Mattingly, and Mrs. W. R. Polk this city Inst week. Mrs. Jennie Jnbino and Mrs. A. II. Fisher wont to Brandenburg Monday, where thoy will remain a week visiting friends and relatives. Rev. David Slanclift will conduct tho prayer meeting Thursday night at tho M. E6hurch. Ho will also give an interbt- iji$Jlalk. Everybody invited. ThofollowingyoungladicsofStophens.iport enmo down Friday on a brief visit to relatives and frionds. Thoy returned homo Sunday, Mrs. Booth, Helena, Ark., Misses. Dixo Perrigo, Sallio Davis and Violet Miller. f "Wo tho undersigned citizens of Breckenridge county, Ky., do respectfully pray tho Hon. Will Miller, delegato to tho Constitutional Convention, to vote for Mi? Parson's resolution conferring tho right to women to voto on Local Option, and whereas women are injured parties, we ask tho passago of a law giving them a voto on nil questions pertaining to tno regulation of tho salo of spiritious liquors." Figures On The Wheat Crop. TUo wheat crop of Europe, India nnd tho United States is estimated for tho year 1800 1,950,807,000 bushels, of which Europo produced 1,224,707,000, India' 335,100,000 bushels and tho United States 400,000,000 bushels. written." Tho book is endorsed by many distinguished Southern inch, including Senators Carlislo and Blackburn of Kqntucky, Senator Brown of Georgia, Senator Pugh of Alabama Hon. Chas. F. Crisp of Georgia, General Beauregard and General Longstrcot. Senator Brown says in his comments on this elegant volume : "Whether the reader belonged to tho Fcdoral or tho Confederate army, ho will find in tho songs a deep vein of patriotic sentiment, which must command his admiration." Senator Cockrell of Missouri, says : " 'Tis tho first and Only collection of tho sort I havo ever seen that j is comploto and satisfactory." A group of Confederate flags in colors forms a striking frontispiece. particularly adapted This book for Birthday and Holiday presents. Womon nnd men poseesfled of a good address ought to dowoll selling this attractive work. A Word To Advertisers. As a matter of business it is always well for business men to know to what extent tho nowspapcrs circulato which they patronize. It is poor policy to placo advertisements in a paper becauso the space can bo procured cheap, for cheap rates indicate an insignificant circulation. Business men should pursue tho same policy in contracting for space Breckenridge Circuit Court. in newspapers as in purchasing their tNotlco stock of goods and that is to sccuro tho Moll. Meadori, Ex'r, PUlntlff In ti. best valuo for money expended. Ex, Defendant. J Equity. his interest in said firm to Pat Dillon who will conduct tho business in connection with B. F. Beard & Co. under tho stylo of of B. F. Beard, Dillon & Co. at the old stand of Itobt. A. Smith where will bo found a full and complete lino of STUDEBAKER, OWENSBORO nnd BLOUNT WAGONS, OLIVER CHILLED, BRINLEY, AVERY nnd MEIKLE PLOWS, BUGGIES of all ROAD CARTS, styles, tho AMES WALTER A. WOODS, HARROWS, DRILLS, and a full liiio of WAGON MATERIAL nnd PLOW REPAIRS, in fact everything needed in farm implements, as to prices and quality of goods, wo aro determined to meet any competition. Tho debts of tho firm of J. E. Monarch & Co. aro in tho hands of B. F. Beard A Co. Call and settlo and savo cost. B. F. Beard Dillon ACo. "Good morniner. Charlie. What is the news?" "Why! haven't you heard that tho Hamilton -- Brown Shoo Co. havo got out a Pour Dollar Shoo that beats ovcry thine they havo done yot?" Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PA3JR AND BE HAPPY. InShoes We Beat the World. - An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitqrs. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices ? -- - Tho crop ,of, Europe exceeds that of last year by 107,000,000 bushels, that of India is 2,000000 bushels less than and that of tho United States is less than last yenr. Upon tho tho whole, for tho countries named, tliero is an increaso of 15,000,000 bushels. This docs not tako into account the crop of Canada, of Australia, tho South American Republics, Ejjypt nnd othor countries. What with wheat, corn, barloy, rico and oats tho world is apt to havo enough bread until tho nuturau of 1801 fructifies tho promises of tho spring. Louisvillo Times. last-yea- CUSTER- Death of Miss Odor Cook. Miss Odor died Sept. 21, 1890. Her death was unexpected to many of her r friends. Sho wns ill twolvo days. Sho Com. O, O. 0, left many friends to mourn her death. It was hard for her mother, 6ister and brothers to give her up, but cruel death Pure Bred Berksblrf Pigs, all ages. Eligible said she must go. to registry. Moll. Meadori, Heirs, All pertoni having claim) against the citato or Moll. Moador, deoeased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commissioner properly proven on or before the 20th day of October next. Given under my band this 18th day of SepV. Q. BABBAGE, tember, 1890 For Sale. Wanted A reliable, competent man to tako charg of my farm and to tako a halt interest in ' Many Persons stopk, farming implements, Ac, must Are broken down from overwork or household imApply como well recommonded. care Brown's Iron Bitters Y. D. Holt, mediately to rebuild tho system, aids d ICMtlon. removei ex Holt, Ky, cess of Wlo. and curei malaria. Oct the jenuto For Prices and other information address J. T. Hobaids, Hardlnsburg, Ky. 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. . r J. A. WITT, if FV Breckenridge News. MONTHLY CROP REPORT. SAMPLE. t Offickof the Commissioner AaitlCULTUKK, F ROCKVALE. Our Trials. HojJTlCUl.TUKKi Frankfort, Ky., Oct.l, anij Statistics. .a&. 18!)0. J To W. A. Met). When our friends despise and leave us, We try not to let this tease m Hut 0, what a trial we make To present them iceitg our tnlstakr. And when affliction comel to We fret and fume, and 0, we For we hare not the patience That all Chrlitlan fullc ought us, fuss ; yet to get. So often we are crossed bjr thoie Wboae Tiewi In life are not our views ; It l a trial to each man To hare to lote juat one fond plan. p Wo might enumerate The trlali all ma; meet tome day But aurely it Is best for all To forget wo hare trials at all. y ; conx. There has been a steady Improvement in tlic condition of corn sirico the rains in tho early part of August. The average is about 1)1 per cent, of 8. The condition Sept. 1st was 75 per cent, of '811. Since that time the improvement Is 10 points, the condition now being 85. The stalk is yet very sappy, bnt if .frost does Jiot damage it before tho loth, it will generally be out of danger, except the very late plantiug. Some counties, where there was no drouth, have a line d ear. Some other crop with a counties, whoro there was a drouth, show a condition as low as 40 per cent. Thero is a very considerable amount of old corn yet in tho hands of producers. well-tille- . Items scarce. " Success to the Nkws.,- - v" i thesiek list. j Mi. James Jolly isjem Mrs. Klla Jolly's health is improving. Miss Lisbio Wheeler, who has been fllH'iiding several weeksiin New Albany, 1890 r FRANKS. COOK, -- : :- vj i e v9 si m 1 returned boine Sunday. Mr. J. M. Mattlngly and wife spent Sunday with friends in Irvlngton. Mr. Allio Seaton was in Ixmisville last week. Mrs. Willie Armstrong, of Ekron, Ky., accompanied by Misses Minnie and Hell Amnions, were visiting Mrs. I'ecKin-paugof this place, Sunday. Mr. John T. Wheeler and family were visiting Mr. J. II. McCoy's family last Sunday. Mr. A. N. Jolly and wife were visiting in Union Star Sunday. Sample has a new church and a new school-housHut don't expect to get to be tho capital of Kentucky, for there is Irvington. Mr. Samuel Jolly, of Gentrevillo, Mo., is visiting friends and relatives hero" again, the first time for about twenty-thre- e ' years. of Hardinsburg, Mr. Samuel Pate, opened school here again on the 22nd, with a very good attendance. Mr. Ous (.tibson, of Dry Valley, has traded farms with his brother Henry, of this place, and will move hero soon. Mr. II. C. Gibson it Son, of this place, have been selected by the Wheelers of this section of country to sell goods for them. Mr. J. 11. McCoy will give a colt show at Sample on Saturday, Oct. 11. There He will be 10 given as a premium. wishes all who may be concerned to attend. h, LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES,. DOOHS, WK Qxz&fcfc iSrxAlIDllf.I.P. UVi1VUVIUIi, 1v-- iMl--l 11HJL. Wheat threshing is about completed, and in order to get at the product per acre, I sent to all my corrcpondents a book, in which threshers were asked to take an account of each job threshed, Lead Poison Cured. and rejiort total number of acres and toI am n painter by tnuk Three yours tal yield, lly this means I hoped to nj;o I bad a bad case of Lead Poison, closely approximate the average per caused by using rubber paint. I wan acre in the State. Many of these books cured in a short time by S. S. S. The have not been returned. So far as remedicine drove the ikhhoii out through turns have been received, 44,:i75 acres the pores of the skin. AVlien I first produced JH(t,lH."i bushels, which is an commenced taking S. S. S., my system average of 122 bushels to the acre. The was so saturated with poison that my sections reporting are over an average in underclothes were colored by the paint wheat production, and it is fair to asbeing worked out by the medicine sume the general State average will be through the pores of my skin. I was less. None of the wheat is reported as cured entirely by S. S. S. I took noth- classing better than number two. The ing else, and have had no return since. berry is generally small and shriveled, on account of the freeze in March, root ('. I'.utK 1.kkk, Waynesville, Ohio. Our Little Child. Our little girl, Jessie, had Scrofula for six years. AVe trieil the best plivsicians of Now York and Philadelphia; also" Hot Springs. Ark., without avail. Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured her. I). 11. 'iKit, Water Valley, Jliss. Treatise on Blood and Skin Discasi s mailed free. Tiik S ikt Sei. ikk Co., Atlanta, On. The Model Girl. It pays to be a model girl. It is possible that in our degenerate age it pays to be a model girl plnsirally even better than morally. At least Miss Margaret Ilest has found it to pay to the extent of MX) for being the nearest to physical perfection of any woman measured by Dr. Sargent, of Harvard, according to his new system of anthropometry. Miss liest is from Meadville, P.i. We are told she is so modest that she will not be interviewed by a reporter, she will not have her pictuio taken, or let anybody know anything about her, the chief facts obtainable being that the young lady is a teaehei of physical culture in Allegheny College, and that she is ." feet, ." inches tall, and weighs KM) pounds. Miss Ilcst is making the mistake of her lifetime in not sulleriiig the public to know an thing about her. The pios-en- t Auieiican interest in gymnastics and physical culture is cry sinccie and The young lady is said to haw perfected her form through asjs-teof physical culture she herself teaches. She will be (lying in the face ot Providence unless she now takes the lecture licit! and shows other women how she has accomplished results that brought her that piicaswcll as fame. Hie will make a foitune in a short time. It is no men- - idle cuiiosity or interest in Miss Ilcst personally that leads her and women to desire to know more of her. They wiwh to learn how they, too, can become physical models. Ni keen is the inteiest in bodily deu'lopment in this country at picscnt that last summer at Cliautauijua Mrs. C. K. llishop, who teaches the system of expression and physical culture, cleared ?l,l,00 in si.x weeks. u Del-sar- So if afflictions often come, And people, too, annoy us some, Let us be sure to send them away, And never once to them say stay. Sept. 23, 1830. Lll.LIK. witKvr. SASH &o ZBIjUsTIDS Pumps, Cane Mills Wood Purifying Simple ' Pumps, 'Jill. "J Light running MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., Iron Force Pumps . Estimates promptly made. LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mcntion this paper. WaaBMBBWBMgMBaMMBMMSMMggMBBBMaBaMMMMIIBMaMaMWVrVm terns. For all kind and depth Wells and Cis Thorough Work. B. Whaf is J- - BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. - 4 CUJVERPORT, F. N. D'HUY, KY. - - lice and the green aphis, or plant louse, which attacked the beads during the milky stage. TOIIVtCO. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. of Sept. 4th, I gave the acreage of 18!)0 at 82 per cent, of the '8!) In my report "There are millions in it," said a druggist when asked about Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. Price 25 ets. For some time past I've been a rheumatic. I recently tried Salvation Oil, which gave me almost instant relief. I sincerelv leeommend it, as it has entirely cured" me. JAMKS OOUDON, Haiti-morMd. A Grand Opera aeieage, and condition at that time 85 per cent., with about 5 per cent. cut. Since that time the condition on the bill has improved, and is now IK) percent. The situation is about as follows, obtained from the most reliable sources: large and The leaf is generally sprcady, showing a vigorous and sappy growth, except on hills and poor lands. The August and September rains gave it a new growth, which preentcd early ripening, and the crop is fully two weeks late. During the first two weeks of September the weather was warm and sultry, with almost a total absence of sunshine, which has resulted in a great deal of the eaily cutting being house-burneA great deal of the crop is In'ing cut Owing green, and is badly worm-eateto the sappy condition, it will required great deal of bouse room, with which the growers are not generally sullicient-l- y supplied. At this wilting the weather conditions are very unfavorable, and the crop cannot all mature before the 15th of this month. Where it was properly cultivated, cut and housed in open weather, with plenty of room, some exceptionally line crojis are promised. In Western and Southern Kentucky the crop promised on the hill to be a very useful one, the deficit occurring in the acreage. (Jood authorities in the six original Hliiegrass counties say, taking all things together, the crop will be the meanest for ytars. The sappy condition of the plant, late maturity, iiud want of sunshine, and general unfavorable weather conditions, warrant the absence of high color, except in rare instances. s of It is estimated that the crop has been cut, with a good per cent, yet on the scallbld. Should we have no frost before the 15th, with open weather, the condition would be enhanced. We may expect a very considerable portion will be damaged by three-fouithbarn-freezin1 CASTORIA Cartorin old, hnrmlcM and qnlck onro tor Infants' and Chlldren'a Complaints. Snporlor to Castor OIL ParcRorlo or Tfarootlo Syrups. Children cry for Cnstorla. Millions of Mothers hless Castor! a. PitoTior' Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND Grocery Department. STAPLE AND FANCY JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Musical Merchandise) li Dr. Sum! and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, Fruits REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. e, Festival by Emma Juch. " I recommend Castorla for children's Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ; Sour Stomach, DIoitIkbu, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription Gives healthy tileep ; also aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. Abciier, M. D.. Without narcotic stupefaction. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. The Ckntacr Company, 77 Murray St., New York. L. D. ADDBSORS'S ADDISON, KY. Is tho placo to buy SEWINO MACHINE for less money tbun nny other plnco in the country The inncblies I sell nro 'equal to any that iijrmts charge from $.15 to $S0 for: I guarantee them to be nhat I say or no trailo. Agents will say the machine Is no nccount, because tho largo dilTercnco In our prices, but I figure on this at on everything I handle, cut It as low as it can be rut. "My Motto" quick salos and small profit. Two drawer droplepf Slngor Sowing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 Klvo drawer droplenf (jingcr Sewing Machines, high arm, with ull attachments $19,511 Rend me a check or the money by register letter, and I wilt ship you a machine to any pnrt of the country. Respectfully, h. 1)1 ADDISON, Addison, Ky. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. The Auditorium, no doubt, will be to overflowing during the season, week of lJHh October, of Eininu Juch Grand Knglish Opeia. Miss Juch is most justly a fin orite with the public, with her charming voice and fine abilities as an actress. The company, too, is celeba fine one, made up of rities, some formerly associated with the American and National Opera Companies, the Hostonians, Call ltosa's Grand Knglish Opera Company, and n companies. The choother rus is made up of fine fresh voices, the s artists, unlarge oi chest ra of der the direction of the great conductor and composer, Meuendorir. The scenery is the line scenery of the American and National Opera Companies, supplemented by costly costumes, etc. The public-spiritemanagement is giving the public this great inn ical treat, at remarkably reasonable prices, and tho Auditorium should certainly be tilled to overflowing, or else the public should not murmur for great musical treats and amusements, lohengrin is given the" Miss first night, Monday, Oct. lilth, Juch as Klsa Iligoletto on. Tuesday night, witlrMme. Von Januschowsky as leading soprano, Miss Juch on Wednesday night as Seliku in L'Africaine. Reserved seats are on sale from 50 cents to $1.50, at D. II. Haldwin & Co.'s, 2:() Fourth Avenue. Address Jits. H. Camp, P. O. Hox 0,'S, Louisville, by mail, also orders carefully filled by telegraph or telephone. filled well-know- n well-knowfirst-clasd lWVVtVlAVWWWWtVVM,VyYWlVTO E DR, ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, A Suro Curo for nil Diseases In ijifLjStfl Kiri ifvPii iyvM JUL J&iE?s.Kfc.'-- n -I-X- .? HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities or the Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD mtWff J GEO. W. SWEAFilNGEN. PRES. JJfjSk! n .w -- SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN f.iTv!'!!" " PREVENTION OF UOG CHOLERA. M. 11. UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY. DIRECTORS. J. A. H. Fisher, druggist, Cluverriurt, Uenrd &. Heeler, druggists, Hardinsburg V. FOE, SALEMlmmu, drugs and gen. mdse., Custer. BY T. A. Win. Hill, geticrul jiiifo., Garrett. SURPLUS $12,500. Morris A West, general store, Preston X Co.' general mdso., Sample S. C Frank, general mdse., Haltingly h. D. Addison, gcLeral indte., Addtsun Jonas Lyon, diuggist, Custer. Mattlngly .1 Itussul, general mdse., I.nyman. Moorman X-- Heeler, general mdse., Olendoane. W. X. Drury, general mdje., Uowleyvillo. Adkliion k Lydan, general mdse., Webster, W. E. Pool !c Co., general indte., Constantino, liland &. Miller, general mdse., Jolly. (llbson Can ItcucI Hls'lllblo In the Dark. When Henry G. Stevens, of Bridge- Son., general mdso.,l)ig Spring Win. P. Otttr. R. F. lUIke. W. T Grant, C. G. Strater, John G. Roach. B TV Wood, Fred lloerti, Isaac W, Bernheiin, W. W. Druminond, John Doerhocfcr, James P, Curd, Henry Urockman. Pays Interev. on Time Deposits, Negotiates Purchase and Sale ol Don U. Solicit your Uusintti i Mi'cboll .t Rhodes, general mdse,, Ilhodelia. T. A. Millar, general mdse., Stephenspnrt. S. M. Ilonnlngcr, general mdso., West Vlow. A. A. Richardson, general mdse., Garfield. Walker Hoard, gensral mdso., Holt, h. Green, general. mdse., Falls of Hough. H. II. Hrasbcar, drugs .t groceries, Irvlngton. W. II. Hlcbf.rdfou, ilrandeuburg. Simunton A llule, general mdso., Patesville. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It Is ai pleasant to the taste at lemon The smallest infant will take it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never fails to Chilli once broken will not return. Cost you only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. Ho purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than lyrnp. care. i Tho History of luin-- r KM I'. Obituary. W. (!. Jounlaii was bom in lbecken-ridg- e county, Ky., Dec. IS, 18114. Professed Christianity at the age of 21. Was nianied to Sarah Hall, April 1(1, 1K.V. Died in Sumner county, Kansas, Aug. I). I. How ui, Pastor. L'S, 181KI. The hemp crop is now cut, and in preparation of curing. Some counties report an uneven crop, but, taken altogether, the condition is 100, with an average, with a good lint of reasonably line libre. soia. ni'M. No use of experimenting further when "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" is guaranteed to euro Chills and Fover, and is delightful to take. Sold by Ci, AV. Short. The acreage of this crop is not up to the usual standard, but the condition has improved since last reiiort. Acreage, 112; condition, 85. 1 of Culitacioii. An exchange makes light of tho idea that thero may be danger in the tubes of the phonograph. It holds that there is no danger in tho barber's "chulr or tho OurAtlnu llin Children are just as liable to sutler 1 o Kit. from catarib as grown people. The best Condition, IK). and easiest applied remedy is Old Saul's i'sintK. Catarrh Cure. Pastures are generally exceptionally The best reform in donustic life is good. Condition, 101). without doubt the introduction of Dr. uw.Ks. Hull's Habv Svruii. Now no more ljud-- i This crop is generally inferior in qualaiium need be ghen to babies. ity, with a small yield. Condition, 25. I'KMllliS. W. Clark Itussell, famous for his delightful and author of "The Wreck of the Orosvenor," "Marooned," etc., contributes the complete novel to the October number of I.ippiucott's The story is entitled "A Magazine. Marriage at Sea," and 1h a tale of lovo s, This crop was Condition, 15. almot 'a total failure. (.liU'KS. Condition, 78. Some sections of the State report the condition at 100. (.AIIIIIA I'llOJlL'fTN. The late garden vegetables and adwnturo upotmhe'ileop. It is with that buoyant air ami which lend a peculiar charm to Mr. ItusHcli's stories, and makes them as refreshing to the mind as is a dip in the ocean so the body. Clean, .healthful, invigorating, Clark "Uussell'tt utorieH are the boat antidote to the morbid novels which are at present inundating the sen-flav- turned out beyond all expectations. bae The early Irish potato crop was very indifferent, and the yield was small ; the late crop, while not by any means a good one, is better than the early crop. Sweet potatoes are fairly good, while the crop is not up to the product of the best seasons. Very respectfully, Cn s. Y. Wiijio.x, Commissioner. wash room or door handles, etc. Tho same shaving utensils are used for different men, tho sanio towels, und all sorts of ieoplo handle tho same door knobs and no harm is done. How did tho exchange learn that, through these and other menus of connection, disease was never conveyed? Did tho exchange never hear of the barber's itch? Do not unaccountable, men of pure blood sores npieur npi and correct habits? Ho'w are cholera and smallpox and yellow fever and skin diseases conveyed? In the case of tho phonograph there is no danger so long as the instrument is a private ono, as thero is none whero one's own shaving utensils and towels only nro used. But tho public phonograph which is operated process is n difby tho ferent matter. The two prongs aro not only handled, but thrust into tho ears as close to tho drum as iossiblo, and put into many pairs of ears daily. Thero may bo no dunger from thoprongs, but it is well enough to wiix) them thoroughly with your handkerchief before put's ting them Into your ears to hear band play "Annie Rooney." Cincinnati Commercial Guzetto. nickel-in-tho-slGil-moro- port, Conn., eits down to read his Dijjle a person watching him might think ho had n pilo of thin cednr hoards in Ids lap, and as leaf nfter leaf they crackle and fall with n thud. Another remarkable thing about Mr. Stevens reading his Bible Is that he needs no light to search tho Scriptures with, and it is not necessary for him to look at tho book. He has tho biggest, heaviest and queerest Bible in Connecticut Ho is a deaf and blind soldier of the rebellion. His wonderful Biblo was presented to him by the American Biblo society, and it cost $28 to produce tho book for him. It is in eight volumes, with embossed print, and ho reads it by touch, feeling the letters; yet he is apt and quick at that kind of perusal. Tho whole eight volumes are qnite a lift for a man ol ordinary strength. Each volumo is 10) inches long, 12 inches wide and about 0 inches thick. Pilo tho volumes ono on another and the aggregato thickness of tho stack is 8 feet and 8 inches. Altogether thero aro 1,810 leaves in tho Bible, on each ono of which in a full pago of raised letters. Mr. Stevens is 51 years old, and began to study raised l4tor reading leBS than threo years ago. Ho is now a ready reader. Cor. New York Sun. s The value of pepper in cooking seems to have been known long ago. Its use as a medicine was common in tho days of Hippocrates, who applied it, moistened with alcohol, to tho skin of his Just as uigur and tea have beon in past times fan dear as only to be within tho reach of tho wealthy, so pepper was in tho Middle Ages a very costly condiment. So much wai it valued that n small packet was at that a Btiitublo present to offer a great person. Common or black popper is now grown in many tropical countries, It is u climbing plant soino twelve feet high, bearing fruit of a bright red color tho sizo of a pea, which, when dried, turns black. 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To llo a Good Toucliri-- , Queer I'utenU. A lumiuous harness has been patented so that a horse being dqven nt night looks liko a sheet of chain lightning, and you think Elijah's chariot has como to earth again. Thero nro luminous match, boxes and luminous ghosts to scare away gravo robbers. Alter ovcry noted grave robbery metallic coffins como in by tho scores, and I looked at one colli n surrounded by bard of wrought iron, binding tho casket and extending out f,rom it at such a distance that whan set in tho earth it would be impossible to move it except by a derrick. Frank G. Carpenter's Letter. A Gri'ut Scheme. Villager Ah, Congressman Bank, very glad I met you. I want you to introduce a bill compelling all brass bands to join tho t militia, and in caso of war march to the front. Congressman Um I Supposo such a bill shbuld becomo a law, then what? Villager Then what? Wiry, wo'd get up a war. Good News. lOH 9A.L.U I1Y OLOVBRPORT, KY. Single Strap Track : HARNESS. 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A lump of tho Emmctt county, la., iron meteorite burncd'in an electric current gave ten times tho light of tho candle; henco tho mass of a meteor giving tho light of first 'magnitudo star moving with parabolic velocity, and lasting two seconds, Is less than a lialf grain. Traveler. lf ji w lardlnsburg, kj. liavo your Job work done at thiH offtco I Good heulth is particularly necebbavy for tho teacher, as tho lubors of tlio school room draw so constantly and heavily on tho vocal, montal und nervous forces. Teachers need to be continually on their guardngainst any tiling which can interfere with their physical well being. This precaution has also a moral bignificanco aild importance. Of cmvrso tho mom liberAl and thorough tho education tho better tho foundation on which tho teacher's work is based, bnt thero have been many.great scholars who have proved very poor teachers, for tho possession of knowledge by no means implies tho ability to impart it. It is sifo to tmumo that natural talent in this direction is tho best iKtesiblo tcs,fcof tho "born teacher." In addition to what is usually included in a liberal education, a Icnowlodgo of tho comparatively modern science of psychology is indispensable familiarity with the laws which control tho development of mind, tho material upon which tho teacher exclusively works. If ulio, succeeds in her work without thin Icnowlodgo her success will result "moro from good luck than good looking to," or bo tho outcomo of a happy intuition which, unfortunately, fow possess. Tills branch of science has but lately been accorded its proper placo In our curriculum, but every day strengthens iU claim to be considered tho corner etono of ovory educational structure-Lad- ies' Homo Jonm1 Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. 00. 8END FOR CATALOOUE. Y" BvUB ,! m AOME HANUTAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 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