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CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890. THE LIFE OF A SPONGE ITS DEVELOPMENT FROM ARTICLES OF" PROTOPLASM. DAWN AND NO. 12. & KEVER FSILS PLEASAHT TO TAKE. DUSK. Louisville, St, Louis Texas R. R. Co. mam urnm wm Tlio only Certain and IWcctnsri Cnro for Chills and Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, llllloua and Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, 8wamp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. rerfoctljr harmless, contains no Arsonfo or (ttitiilne and can be Riven to tlio most del lea to person with perfect safety. As a Tonlo for Tired Feeling:, of Appetite, Headache, Nervous Depression r.nd ow Spirits originating from Malaria, Itstands iono and without a Varallel. h.hhi.i: Bold by DrnmUts srnmilfy. IIUCE, l.OO - Per Bottlo. Xnd., J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., ErANSriZZE, -- JK ftr, "Ha!" said Mr. Bruce, "a copy of old Pari, and a nice clean copy, too. Lot me look at it, Mary, and let me have somo coffee." OF Ho nnd I turned over the book together and had some talk about tho author? As I was closing it the fly leaf fell to tho ground and fluttered to Mr. Bruce'a'feet. Ho picked it up and was about to hand it to me when he suddenly exclaimed with somo excitement: Stock $25,000. Capital "This is extraordinary. Did you not notice this?'' On tho fly leaf was written in a II. P. BEARD, Prcsldont. straight, stiff handwriting, "Dalrymplo WILL MILLER, Bruco his booke M. II. BKAllO, Cashier. Wo looked at it together in silence for ) O. V. BEARD about a minute. Mr. Bruco spoko first. Direct' rs, MOHHIS ESKRIDOE "Who was your Mrs. Crump? Do you J H. M. JOLLY. know her maiden name?" "I know nothing about her except that sho onco told me sho was in service at Chicksands Priory, in Bedfordshire.'" "In what part of Bedfordshire is CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD ChicksandsI Priory?"know; my acquaint"Really don't ance with the place is confined to Asp-le- y BRONCHITIS Throat Affecticn Guise and Woburn, nnd certuinly Wanting of Flesh is not in that neighborhood." it SCROFULA "Do yon mind my keeping this? I Or any Disease ulure the Throat and Lungs are Xliflatnctt, Zaclt of Strength or i'nti must see Mrs. Crump in the morning rower, you can be relieved and Cured by and you had better perhaps come with me. Come to my chambers about 1 1 , and wo will go together." I willii'gly agreed to bo with him at tho hour named, and the next day accordingly wo interviewed Mrs. Crump, who by this time was well enough to be OF up, though not to be about. Poor old PURE COD LIVER OIL woman She was quite frightened nt Mr. Bruce's somewhat professional methWith Hypophosphltes. He, however, od of PALATABLE A3 MILK. elicited the information that her maiden exAsk for Scott's Emulsion, and let no nairto was Medlock; her father had been planation or solicitation induce you to a laborer in Lord Ongley's employ at accept a substitute. Warden, in Bedfordshire. Her mother's Sold by all Druggists, maiden namo sho did not know. Both SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. her father and mother wero dead. Tlioy had both died while in servico at Chicksands Priory, nnd were both buried at Warden. Sho was the only child, and oil her parents' deceaso sho had sold tho few things they possessed, except two or three books which she had played with as a child and did not liko to pjrt with. Thero was no family Bible among them. There was an old almanac. There they wero on tho drawers, and wo wero, quite welcome to look at them, or, for that matter, to tako them away. Tlio almanac was not among the books on the drawers; it was in hor "box." Hor box Hns removed and will bo found ovor, F. N was under tho bed, and if wo very particularly wanted to uoa tli3 almanao she D'Huy's Jowlcry Store, where I will bo pleaswould got it for us. ed to see all old and now customers. We did want to seo that almanac very All work In my lino of business will havo particularly indeed; but I mado Mrs. prompt attention. Crump sit in her chair while I pulled I will at any timo mnko Views to order. the box out from under tho bed and PICTURE FRAMES FOH SALE. dragged it up in front of hor. She N. II. Old Pictures copied and onlnrged. opened it, revealing a strange, heteroRemember the now place of business is ovo'r geneous .collocation of articles, whence F. N. D'llUY'S, Jowolry Store, derived or wherefore treasured only Mrs. Cloverport, Ky. Crump and possibly not oven she-c- ould havo explained. All three of us. HUYYOUK SCHOOL BOOKS FROM BARoven tho dignified Mr. Bruco, too, united RAGE. in ransacking that veteran receptacle. It seemed as if there was no end of things except tho one thing that we wanted. I began to fear that the almanac had gono 'to tho limbo of almanacs, and that we mJssWmtssstttssmasMMWSMmsJisMtsmSSKlMtsWSmlZ weio destined to another 'and a final I took up ah aged pair of stays to look underneath them and a for catalogue. TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. dingy pamphlet dropped out of them. I caught up tho pamphlot nnd examined KhJU O UJWHrrl yfcjx . ,,( M R3 Ba it; it was an almanao of the year 1704. - lli:S nf f lit. R ft? W M roniuiiT r'1'e..lE KlltS. With trembling fingers I turned to tho f the orlil. Our urfliu unrmttiXl. and tofiitrodurecur date of tho marriage; opposite it, in urr(orrou(twf wlllirndriiKK faded ink, wero written tho words: fount. I kkon In each locality, -abort. Onlr IIiom who wrilt ToCifl.. laa. "This dayo I was united to my beloved AH. j.art ..-w. li iH v.tvvwH IhlV .iiva fit H THlA W IVdIH? (fttli.thiiDC. Allroub.t.todoln rutunili to show our icoq&i wrvnflMC" W tlio.. who rail rour nrlchbonto Tryphonia Dalrj'mplo Bruco." I turned H T . 'HHBC. to tho covor; thero was a pocket in it; Mill ilnnlD AYIlUlRr' .howl tbtofini4ll ndlrrlli.llint in tho pocket was a folded document. I mul im ST of lh till. ! .ppuHuc.orilrtiluMd to drew it out nnd unfolded it, nnd there, TU. fcUowtax cat ! er,I at last, was the long sought marriage certificate that established the Dunedin bulk. It ll fTtnd, 4ouWlnt.U. peorugel tboul tht ftlth ptrlof W. will lo uow jou bow rou koii.. Itrr. It l r to r.rrr. .1 ftom lb. lUrt.wfth. 1 0 . d.r Thero is not much moro to my story. iuk. from 3 out tiperlrne. J)ttr writ. .1 one W. w 111 .iprtll chirf... Mrs. Crump otherwise Lieutenant LoAdJreil, II. IIALLETT tO Bol 8 80, roUlLASD, UAIXS uisagot well, and passed the reat of hei days in peaco and plenty. My aunt who BULL'S facilitates Teething an half over to BDr. OlnUr aUdruCglt.PrlceMots. is still living made reversionarymo interher property, with a est in tho remainder of it. I had a private interview with Mr. Bruco, nnd he is now my father-in-laand Mary and I are as happy as a wifo and husband can ovor oxpect to bo. a-- . TXT. V. 8. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY sous raoranrroBS, A. BANK. SSOBT Mr. Crump, it nppenred, desirous ol testifying, hor gratitude for my little at tentions, had commjssioned Mary to pre sent to me lu lier nninu 6no of the moldy vol'Atnes t had noticed on the chest of dra)'erB. T?lilfc bibliojiiiula' of mine Vita shared by 'JIri Druc who had a collection; but whilo ho issued eomi-rojmundatca to Qunritch nnd Torroy, to Ellis and Pir&e.imr, 1 had to content myself with an occasional prize from a bookstall or at a country auction. Mrs. Crump's Christmas present was an old folio copy of A..ibrose Pari in fair preservation except as to tho old calf binding, which needed repair. I was turning over tho familiar leaves and nhow'T Mary noino of tho least eccen-..- .. rang-nificei- it -- cf HAROTSBTJEG Hiik U.v Uurk of Nutilllou 1 Carried On rviittur CharnrterUtieii of n Very Common Article A Fiimlllnr Sclentlllo Tftlk by a teil Man. First of all we may noto that a spongo, oa wo know it in common life, is the horny skeleton or framewor'. which was mado by and which supported the living parts. These living parts consist of minute masses of that living jelly to which tho namo of protoplasm has been applied. This, in truth, is tho universal matter of lifo. It is tho ono substance with which Hfooverywhero is associated, and as wo seo it simply in tho spongo, so also we behold H (only in moro complex guise) in tho man. Now tho living parts of this dried, castaway spongo wero found both in its interior and on its surfaco. They lined the canals that everywhere permeate the spongo liko substance, and microscopic examination has told us a great deal about their nature. For whether found in the canals of tho spongo themselves or imbedded in tho spongo substance, the living spongo particles aro represented mass of protoeach by a plasm. 86 that tho first view I would havo you tako of tho spongo as n living mass is that it is a colony nnd not a singlo unit. It is composed, in other words, of aggregated masses of living particles which bud out one from tho other and manufacture tho supporting skeleton wo know as "the spongo of commerce" itself. UNDER THE MICnOSCOPE. Shattered against the sea's blue shield, On myrald ripples dance and Rleum, Gold stars strewn o'er an azure field. Upon the shining sands they stand In morn of day and morn of Ufa, Together stand, band clasped In hand, A bridegroom fond, a happy wife. Tho moon, a silver scimitar, Severs the driving rack of cloud Far, far beyond the harbor bar The surges moan, now low, now loud. Alone upon the darksome strand, The black wave lapping at ber feet, A widow stands; vanished the hand, Silent the voice that made life sweet. Mary J. Stafford la Belford's Magazine. Apollo's shaft of radiant flam, LARGEST EVER SCHEDULE TIME Taking Effect At 5i00 o'clck A. H.. Sunday.Attg. 24, 1890 We?OMne! 63 nsro. 6. To cnro nillonsncss, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho safe ami certain remedy, Trains East Hound Traiim SMITH'S KNOWN! Kxpr's Hxpr's Dally 62opm CW 7 3) 7 4.'i Mail A Onlly STATIONS lv.Un'n Dp'L.iir Kentucky Kxpr's Kxpr's l).ill) 1 Mall Al m 8'un 8 3) DUO 'i Uttl H20 1)27 U37 U4U '.Mil -- If You Have SCOTT'S EMULSION 1 W. W. BKOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. tho microscope these living ppongo units appear in various guises and shapes. Somo of them are formless, nnd, as to shape, ever altering masses, resembling that familiar animalcule of our pools wo know as tho amcoba. Tho members of the spongo colony form the bulk of the population. They aro imbedded in tho spongo substance; thoy wander about through tho meshes of tho sponge; they seizo food and flourish and grow; and they probably givo origin to tho "eggs" from which new sponges are in duo course produced. Moro characteristic, hoVover, aro certain units of this living spongo colony which livoin tho lining membrano of tho canals. In point of fact, a spongo is n ldnd of Venice, a certain proportion of whoso inhabitants, liko tlio famous queen of tho Adriatic herself, lived on tho bauks of (ho waterways. Just as in Venico we find provisions for tho denizens of tho city brought to tho inhabitants by tho canals, so from tho water, which, as wo shall seo, is perjwtually circulating through a spongo, tho mombers of the sponge colony recoivo their food. o Look at a spongo fragment. You half a dozen largo holes or so, each oppning on a little eminence, as it were. These apertures, bear in mind, wo call oscula. They aro the exits of tho sponge dominion. But a closo inspection of a spongo shows that it is riddled with finer and smaller apertures. These latter are the pores, and thoy form tho entrances to tho spongo domain. On the banks of K.o canal you may seo growing plentifully in summer time a groon spongo, which is tho common fresh wator Under per-ceivspo-cie- s. Keep the Nails In Trim. Tho base of tho nails presents a not less important field for tho exercise of caro and attention than tho tips. No nail can bo a handsome ono which is overgrown nnd smothered at tho lower portion by n clinging mass of skin, often dry, split and ragged from neglect. If tltis condition lias been allowed to continue from childhood tho adult person who has como to feel something of prido in his personal appearance will confront quite a task in tho attempt to correct the evil; but there is nothing of this sort impossible to tho persistent, careful worker. Tho skin should bo patiently pressed back, by degrees, till tho beauty of the well proportioned nail, with its charming, pearly white crescent nt tho base, stands out as an adequato reward for all tho effort. If a manicure sot bo not at hand, gentlo pressure from the thumb nail of tho opposito hand makes a very acceptable substitute, tho field of operations being kept in good condition by frequept bathing and rubbing, especial pains being taken to remove "hang nails" or any fragments of dry skin adhering to tho nails themselves. Good Housekeeping. Excessive Ugliness In Soldiers. 711 8IH 8 8 1:1 8 20 8 MS 8 37 8 4.- ll 10H 10 13 10 21 10 28 10 37 U5I Mcnilc Sprinirs Kkrnn Cuktiiit West INMnt Ilnwaril Itock Il.ncn I.nntr llranch llranilenliurir St. 12 12 Dally 10pm ll0Tpm 8 fiO Si IS 810 8u"i 7 V 7 27 7 211 7 17 IE 17n BEANS ftlto ((Ollttlo Beans to tlio buttle) tlio KM ALT, 12.12pm llfiT.un 1147 11 11 11 ! ")" Sultnble tor nil Vrlco or eitlirr wise. 35c. T1IKV AB.K THE MOST CONVENIENT. Agon. per lloltlo. SI 28 " II M M.IM for I tti. (cortxri or .limit). f. SMITH &C0.Ukcrior"ClLr.BKAN3,"$T,l0lllS MO. 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R. Brick, Plow Handles, Pire Floorinc ways kept on hand Orders accompanied by cash prompt- ly tilled. 1IUY Y0UK SCHOOL HOOKS FKOM Wc have now tions of No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. 1'I.ist Homul Trains West llmnul Traliu Dally "l)7iiy DaiT Daily STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. the largest and finest Furniture A JUU11XAL FOH ADVE11TISEHS. Printers' Ink and Ugliness as a disqualifying causo seems intelligible in a candidnto for matrimony, but is certainly less so when tho question is ono of fitness for military service. Tliis, however, is ono on tho list of disqualifications laid down by tho head of tho medical department in a manual just issued on "Conscription in Franco." Latterly tho French authorities seem to bo much more liberal in admitting tho claims of men who do not wish to serve. Tho rejections nre 5 per cent, moro numerous thnn at tho previous conscrip-tioi-i. Tho French aro looking moro to tho quality of their army than to the number of recruits. Excessive ugliness, says this military doctor, makes a man ridiculous, prevents him from having authority over his comrades, and leaves him morbid nnd sensitive. If the ugliness bo adequato tho claim must bo allowed. "Malo hysteria" is another valid plea. Tho army doctors say it exists among French conscripts, nnd it is tho moro objoctionablo as it is contagious. Cor. London Telegraph. Two I'urU Weddings. Carpets ever on exhibition From our in the South. variety you can not help being pleased. No. 1 No. 6 8 15 im U 5iiu 912 9.3.1 No. 2 N'o. C 9 51 1015 10 43 11 11 (JO Vii 35 1158im 1211pm 12 22 12 42 1 00pm I. Irvinirtnu Ar 9 41 mi Oarticl.l 912 1142 8 52 Hamed 1158im 12 05pm 8 41 Junction 8 37 Ilarillnsliurjr 1213 12 23 8 28 Junction 12 Ml 815 Kirk 12 47 8 03 Jolly Gkiutcmc 7 41 KB 120 129 131 148 712 Askins 0 57 Oaks ArKonUtllle I. 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The conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advice is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years in placing advertiseing contract for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars : sample copies Free. Address : GEO. P. HOWELL fr CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruco St., New York. BUY Y0UK SCHOOL BOOKS TROM HAB-BAO- West and Tiwa-Piiiiiuie-wai- South-Wes- t. u r! anl kiiitls Vel-ou- PARLOR SUITS.ls5.50 r to $150, II. C, Phiidi, Pitish, Fancy Silk Plush, Brocatclle.Tapcstrics and Leather. Now if you drop a living specimen of this species into a bowl of water, and put some powdered indigo into tho water, you may notd how tho currents aro perpetually being swept in by tho jxlros and out by tho oscula. ITS KOUllISHMKNT. FINE SHOW GASES. rnTy3- . B,i. s ) t 111 !. THE END. Charming people, these exceptional ip . i Dr. Picrce'e Golden Medical Discovery, for instance, nnd it's cured hundreds, thousands un1 1 Ofc. that'ro known, thousands that'ro Consumption, andro- llevos Consumptlw If druggfat known, and ot yours is arr exceptional Do you think that that bit of hucaso persons, Prlco 85 ots. At all man nature which you call "I" is differBUY YOUIISOHOOL BOOKS FB0M ent from tho other parcels of human nature? "But you don't know my caso," out of a Good friend, in ninety-nin- o nil" am rnrriKi OIjK NfcW MMlHulll hundred cases, tho causes aro tho Bamo ton I hiuo,vuiiiiai Amiu AVHun.iwalch In Ik world. Vttfal impure blood nnd that's why "Golden lliiitktfptr Warranted Iimit, aoiiD oold nuniiiir caa Discovery" cures ninety-nin- o Uih tadlta'audKaiit ilui. Medical yulth work! ina cim or out of every hundred. You may bo tho valut SMSMSMBUr ZsWjfiieKrJr mullocality UNK rkMONIn can wcura on eb And you may not. But nTrei tocttber with our Targa exception. rul valuabUUntofllpuottlWld would you rather bo tho exception, or m MB) nlet. aa wall nmnlfi. ThtM "muiiiirwi TTtK watrh. an iVee. All tlio work vok would you rather bo well? If you're DMd do la to ihow what wa aand you to Ihosa who rtavlli (Manda and Hhbon awl thoat about the exception it costs you nothing, you lo raluabla Irada for ua. whkh holda fcr ytara wban ouca aUrtad, par aiprcsa, ftilfbt, tie. Atlar tbua ud knowwa ara raaki. Wa Ilka all a;o to work ft ui, rou can get your monoy back but supposo it o all. If yoa wouU ywi am from 0 to 04 par waak and ypwardi. iddraai, cures you ? l'wrUMuU, Mluo. tftlnaon ls o. Box Let tho "Golden Medical Discovery" netico imo lauci on ypur paper ana take the risk. ee If (ituooxplroa till tuuiitb, Dill DULL I J C Cures Coughs, Colds, people! Hero's a medicine fcCOUGrT&S&. V O Bronchitis, Croup, 0 'V I. BAB-BA0.- In liing spongo this perpetual nnd unceasing circulation of water proceeds. This is the solo evidenco tho unassisted sight receives of tho vitality of tho spongo colony, and tho importanco of this circulation in aiding lifo in those depths to bo fairly carried ant cannot readily bo overestimated. Let us now seo how this circulation is maintained. Microscopically regarded, wo see hero and there, in tho sides of tho spongo passages, little air chambers or recesses, which remind dno of tho passing places in a narrow canal. Lining theso chambers wo seo living spongo units of a typo different from tho slinpo-le8- 3 specks wo noted to occur in tho meshes of tho sponge substanco itself. The units of tho recesses each consist of a living particle, whoso froo extremity is raised into a kind of collar, froin which projects a loshliko filament known as a flagellum. This lash is in constant movement. It waves to and fro in tho water, and tho collection of lashes wo see in nny ono chamber acts as a veritable brush, which by its movement' not only sweeps water in tho Iwrcs, but sends it onward through tho spongo, and in duo timo sends it out by tho bigger holes or oscula. This constant circulation in the spongo discharges more than ono important function. For, as already noted, it serves tho purposo of nutrition, in that the particles on which sponge lifo is supported aro swept into tho colony. Again, the fresh currents of water carry with them tho oxygen gas which is a necessity of sponge existence, as of human lifo; while, thirdly, wasto matters, inevitably alike in spongo and in man as tho result1 of living, aro swept out of tho colony and discharged into tho sea beyond. Our bit of spou'ge has thus grown from a mero dry fragment into a living reality. It Is a community in which already, low as it is, the work of lifo has oomo to bo discharged by distinct nnd fairly specialized beings. London Illustrated Nows. THo'ltUo'iind Full. Briggs They say a watch keeps better time when it is kept at a certain distanco frdm the ground. That must bo why' yours is so irregular. Griggs I don't seo the jwlnt. BriggS Because it is put up so often. -- Clothier and Furnisher. Mile. Jeanno Hugo, granddaughter of tho celebrated poet, is betrothed to M. Leon Dnudet, son of tho novelist, Daudet. Tlio fiancee, who is very liandBomo her dowry also is just 20, and tho young man is threo years her senior and a promising member of tho medical profession. For a long timo the youthful Leon, whoso wonderful mon-ko- y tricks mado him tho talk of Paris, was tho boon companion of M. Georges Hugo, and both havo been sketched In Daudot's recent books prnnks, tnlk, appearance nnd nil. Another projected union in tho world of letters is that of M. Paul Bourget, whose "Coeur do Femmo" is having such an immense sale, and who is affianced to Mile. Minnie David, tho daughter of an American merchant residing in Paris. Exchange. About Sneezing. "Bless you!" somo ono says on hearing a companion sneczo. "Bless you!" was just tho exclamation made for tho same reason in other tongues by several nations hundreds'of years ago. More than ono ancienfGrcok writer speaks of this custom, but cannot say certainly whence it came. Tho man who sneezed when offering sacrifice was thought fortunate and sure to obtain his object. Wo all know how sneezing may bo caused. But it is curious to notico that some people sneezo on coming into tho sunshine. It is well to remember that repeated or violent sneezing has its dangers. So the unseasoned must beware of snuff! Exchange. Nuked Children. Lv. Louisville 8:15 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 " ...7:25 9:50 p.m. Eransvillo 2:25 " For further information, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ajj't, Louisville, Ky. in Pffssi flan 1ft iu smtwi wtvi m iuuui OlSTCE. To sell our choico Nursery Stock. Salary or commission and steady work for c.irneit workers. s A L E S M E WANTED-;- - AT N IN'. BAB-BAQ- ELLWANGER Mt. Hope Nurseries. Established 1810. & BARRY, V. Itocli rater, BUY YOl'R SCHOOL BOOKS FROM FOLDING to $125. $7.50 to $35. BEDS, iS HUMPHREYS' Dn.HUMPHiters'SrEcincsnro scientifically and carefully prepared prescriptions ! used for ninny years In private practice with succe&s.und for over o thirty years used by.the people. Every singlo Is a special cure for tbe diseaso named. Tncse Specifics cure without drugging, purging or reducing the system, nnd are la fact and deed the sovcrclau remedies ol the World. FOR MEN ONLY! H.b.,1. a. FOLDING LOUNGES, BOOK - CASES AND DESKS, $8 to $50, YilJii:r?n?r war orTAixiNQ manhoodi Denarii and NERVIlVfl DEBILITY! CENTER AND OFFICE TABLES, 7;c. to HAT RACKS, $5 to $75 NEW Fall Patterns CARPETS AND Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic. .'2!i -'. tJbolera Morbus, Vomiting... .!.! .'Jft N Neuralgia, I) Headaches, SiclcUeadache, Vertigo .ti.1 10 Dyspepsia. Ulilous Htomaeh... M 11 Hupprcsseil or Painful Periods. .U.J .'J.I Vi Whites, too Profuse Periods 13 Croup, Cough, Difficult Ilreathlng . .'J.1 14 Hnlt Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions. .'J.J 'J ft Kbeumatle Pains 15 Ithcuniatlsui,sue, Chills, Malaria I'prerand .ft; ill Piles, WindAor Weeding .. .. .ft) 1 7 11) Cntarrli, Influenza, Cold In the Head .ftO tit) Whooping (lough, Violent Coughs. .50 .50 J i (Jrnernl Debility. Physical Weakness ..50 . 27 Kidney Disease JH Nervous Debility .1.0 :iO Jlrlnary Weakness, Wetting IVcd. .50 34 Diseases ofthcUeurt, Palpitation 1.00 ft II .- raiccs. usTorrscictrLNOs. I Fevers, Congestion. Inflammation . .'J.I ,'ili !i Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic Collr.orTeethlngof Infants ,'i!i 3 C'ryluir A Diarrhea, of Children or Adults ,'J.I . 7 C'oughH, Cold, Uronchltls. Toothache, i'dceocho cures. .f.l -- -" ..a... i,..ua,KiArauiiiiHj.iaj.'AUToUt t-- KODI. ibwlalil;r o.f.ll(. HOIK TKUTBIT-Bc- lli la a, Uj. !.a Uttl It rraai SO Slat, and "ar.!. ITHt. Daterlptla Baal, lataaaUas aaC prMr.aIM(Mil.Srrt-- . aauaia trtlli rflbUIUAb VUi BUFFALO, N. Ya !! IM.MIOODrallTll-.Urm- .... . XtT.aWn-VAT .t tlnw ... llafErranorEvMHMlti nlitA.v.nn l. .a TI- -J ..'...... ..... Haw INCORPORATION NOTICE. Sold by Druggists, or sent postpaid on receipt of rrlce. im. IIOllFllnEYs Manual. (144 pages) richly bound In cloth and gold, mailed free. Humphreys' JledlclueCo.mu Fulton St. NY. ZRTTO-- S Velvets, Body and Ta pestry Brussels, and cotton in chain Ingrains. Rag, Hemp and Quaker Carpets, Matting, Hall and Stair Carpets ; Smyrna and TaItugs pestry. all-wool SPECIFICS. S 1 FRUIT-:-TREE- Little Egyptians of both sexes trot around without any clothes on, and tho poorer classes of tho Chinese children aro often without clothes. I have seen quito largo boys and girls naked in Havana, Cuba, and in southern California, or rather on tho California .pcninbula, the mother puts tho child at the ago of a few months of her neck, and with hlsi legs hanging dowh in'vfront thus'c4rfies'ilm,fromplaco to place. Washington Letter. r LADIES YOUR CHANCE FOR SHOPPING Louisville the place this month for Furniture, Carpets, in fact everything for house-keeping. Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &c. Full lino of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at homo. All stock warranted true to namo. 100.000 Georgia Negro's Shoes. Tho largest pair of shoes ovorseeu in Dawson" Vera TecoiVed tho other day by Mr; L'O. Durham'' for a nogroby the name oPAlox'hild. Thoshoeswbfo numbered ' fifteen -- and weighed four pounds and fivo' ounces, yhito can never find any shoes in stock that will fit him, and always has to put in a special order for them. Mac6n Telegraph', A it W. S. ASHBY. CL0VERP0HT, KY. 1 E. HaTNfli FREE. Method in Ills Tf lldness. During a hunt a lieutenant fired nt a rabbitrbdt missed it and narrowly missed tho major of his regiment, who i was in front'of him. "Donnerwetter!" exclaimed the man Jor. J "I'say, lieutenant, aro you shooting at rabbitd'oror promotion?" Texas "; Sifting i A. your name and address, and get a It. R. Write for ticket free. particulars. Send ws BUCK & CO., aamSraj: vssWEk bvHv call-y- our 1, four If your baby is restless whilo teething, get Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup ; a doso of it Lively Advertising. It is well to throw a little novelty into will relievo tho little sufferer at onco, advertising matter, An advertisement Only 25 conts a bottle. A box of Old Saul's Catarrh Curo is containing only hard facts, without a particle of life or spice thrown in to inYnhmblo for catarrh, influenza or cold leaven the whole, is apt to weary tho in tho head. reader and discourage liltn from followMr. W L. Douglass, tho justly celebing it through to the end. Make your announcements lively, ltiuko them brief,' rated $3 shoo man, whoso picture you and make tl'iil timely. lnnybavcscci In tho newspapers, was Havo your Job work dono at this olllco elected MaVbr of Brocton, Mass., on tho pays to advertise." platform, 219.221,223,225,227, BEST BsVljKsr WEST JEFFERSON STREET, MMLJJ1. CnEAl'EST MEDICINE KNOWN CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. IT WTXiX. ALSO OTJUaU DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. w MEDICINE LIVER CHILL CURE. Be it known that Richard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, William Duwell, Qeorgo Morris, Byron Johnson. Ah ram Bruner, Henry Johnson, Isaac Norton Peyton Shumate, Thomss Chadoin and John II Blake have associated themselves tugether and became incorporated under the name, known as tho Rochdulo Plan of Corporation or Association. 2. It shall have for its object to carry on tho business of dealing in anv goods or wares, merchandise or any other goods that tho said Association may from time to time deem proper, under the Rockdale plan of business. 3. That is to sell for cash or otherwise as the board of directors may deem proper, at the regular rotai) price of such goodsj fur the successful and profitable management of its own affairs and to form all other acts to this end. shall havo power tn 4. This sue and be sued undir its namo in Breckenrldge County, State of Kentuckj , to buy all goods In the best market at tho lowest price possible, and to sell as cheap us possible to keep tbe stock holders safe at tho seasonable profit to same, and to have thesamo power that any natural person has in equity and law. b. To make ull and regulations deemed expedient for the management of Its to be inconsistent with the laws of affairs, not Kentucky or to conflict with tho Constitution and laws of the United States, to prescribe terms and conditions how much and nt whit time tbe capital stock may bo paid in. 6. Tho private property of all stock boldon hall bo exempt from any Incorporated dehls of the sold Association, the Incorporated business shall have twolve directors, a president, secretary and treasurer to be selected from tbe stock bolder. 7. Tbe stock holders shall meet on the lMh ofOatober, 1890, for tbe purpose of electing their oflicors. and to piy in as much as $P5U0 of the capital stock more or less as the board after elected may deem proper 8. No stock holder shall tako less than ono lharo or more than one hundred, and then will only be allowed one vote, same aa the person holding one share of $10.00, tho board may from time to time appoint such other officer a or agent as they may deeu; proper, and throw out or Impeach any officer for misconduct, and elect one in his placo at tho next stated monthly meeting, 9. The said capital stock of corporation shall bo Thirty Thousand Dollars In $10.00 shares each, said corporation of businoss shall be at Qarfiold, Breckenrldge county, Ky., and under tbe seal of the Farmers and Laborer! Uuion of Kentasky, and shall havo perpetual succession, and shall be known as, and under tho stylo and constitution and of tho lloehdalo plan of corporation. Rloliard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, William Dowel!, lleorgo Morris, llyron Johnson, Abram Bruner, Henry Johnson, Isaao Norton, John II. Blake. ;. Peyton Shumate, Thomas Chadnln. September 17th, 1860. by-laby-la- C. C. MARTIN, Clovorport, OnUQOIBT. NEXT DOOM BELOW POST OFFICE. ''It Ky voka of oxen, four mules, from thiee to (lv vaara old. Threa lncr WAprnna. Intr elialna and dogs and everything necessary for a' full logging outfit. All will be sold at a barUKOUOE HOOK, gain. Apply to Hardinsburg, Ky. Ilx For Sale. ' Mk f TOTTfc mi m ' f" Breckenridge JNoTb. Ij NgWS. 15, 1800. Tiik official count of the population of Owensboro as given but by the Census llureau, is 0,818. A ltKfrnucA.v convention is called to nominate a candidato for Congress in this district. No use, brethren; the lion. A. B. Montgomery is billed for tho Congress, and "suro goes." Fifty-second HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditlo, - Agent & Corresp'nt v. ij.iiaiiiiacii: IMItor WEDNESDAY, OUTOHKU BABBAQE St. I.. A: T. I.ncul Time Curil. 10.05 A.m. -- 11.07 If all and JJinrotj " Express going Kait Loeil JrlgHt " ' " Went Bil East Weil West 5.58 9 27 11.19 10.05 a.m. p.m. i.m. a.m. a.m. TO OU1I OOKItnsrONDCNTS. Get the news and gel all (he news nothing but the newt. Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. FOB CONGRESS and from Dana's A. B. MONTGOMERY. CincuiT Court begins at llnnlinsburg next Monilnv. Tlio docket is small. Tub Onensboro and Kails of Hough Railroad lms boon leased by Cni.it. It. S. Triplett. n Stkin & Kurkamp, u grocery firm of Louisville, made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors last week. well-know- (stick Samuel F. Miller, of the United States Supreme Court, was stricken with paralysis last Friday and died Monday night at 10 o'clock. .1 Tiik Democrats in the Kleventh district have nominated O. II. Waddle for Congress. Hut a Democratic candidate liaMi't much show for his white alley in the Kleventh, as it is hopelessly Republican. Tiik Democrats in the Second district are apprehensive as to the success of It Congressman Willis for a is feared that the Farmers' Alliance anil the Republicans will combine and tluw bring about his defeat. Tin: Xkws will put on exhibition at Hardinsbutg, during Circuit Court week, e "Owensboro" wagon and a a handsome set of parlor furniture, which Now wll be given away to subscribers. is the time to send in your names. two-hors- The Republican leaders have again invaded Indiana and are demanding of all oiriee holders a portion of their salary to be put into a campaign corruption fund. Kuough money put into the State would make the result of the election doubtful, but past experience should awaken the best element of Indiana to a sense of amenafluty in making the bribe-takeble to the law. n Miss Nora Smith is Visiting in Owensboro. Mrs. .Tano Gardiner returned from Louisville Mondayj Mr. Johnson Dean, of Glendeanc, was in tho city Monday. ly tho tariff does not increase tho Tho bras band will give a concert at price of manufactured articles, the man- the city hall next week. ufacturers shouldn't want it. If it docs Rev. Itobt. Cox spent a few days hero increoso tho price, the consumers must family last week. bounty and the man- with his of coureo pay the Mrs. G. P. Jolly and Miss Lillic Scott ufacturer gets the benefit. The farmer are visiting in Owensboro. should paste this in his hat. Dr. J. K. Hayes is giving his dwelling liouso a fresh coat of paint. The season for quail shooting in Kentucky opens on the 23th of this month. Tho County Coroner, Win. Pendleton, In Indiana the season opens on the 15th has sent in his resignation to Judge and closes Dec. 20th. It is positively against tho law to shoot birds now, and The boys will try to get in their work we are requested' to say that Secretary in successfully dodging the grand jury Fish and next week. Rerry, of the Kentucky Came Club, will prosecute all aggressors. Mr. Will Slaton who has been absent from home for some timo is hero visiting The action taken by the Wheelers of his father. the Second Congressional district at Mrs. Abe Gross and Mrs. Adolphus Henderson, the 0th inst., is an unfortunate flair, to say the least of it. With Jordan were in the city Saturday visittwo good Democrats in the field, there is ing Mrs. Green Beard. Mrs. Nora Vessels has moved to the shadow of a chance for the wary Republicans to slip in, even in that Demo- Owensboro and opened a boardinghouso cratic district. Uood Democrats, in or on Crittenden street in that city. out of the Alliance, should be very disTho Ilardinsburg and Cloverport Turncreet at such a time as the present. The pike Company aro spending considerpromise of the Republican members of able money on their road, putting it in that convention to support Rourland, good condition for the" winter. should have been weighed carefully. The Fair company which was orgaMany a man will say he has changed his nized hero last fall should get together notion when a Republican candidate en- and try to secure the grounds on which ters the race. to give and exhibition next year. The new gas company havccompletcd 'I'm: Republican papers think they their organization, and secured funds to have found a new argument for protecsink a well. D. II. Severs, B. F. Beard tion in the fact that since 1801 the added Miller were appointed a accumulation of wealth in the United and Matthias year. committee to let out the contract. States has been $2,1!K),000,000 per The compromise in the railroad suit They very wisely omit to state what class of people has been most benefitted which was talked of some time ago, was From the in- that McCiacken should continue the by this accumulation. creased number of mortgaged farms in spur down to the Taylor lot and give a every part of the country, it is clear that guarantee to maintain it there. The the farmer has not come in for his pro town was to pay for one half of the ruin. The cry of oppressed labor every- rights of way. It is not known whether these terms have been accepted. where doesn't denote irgrgat improveNotici:. Buy your fruit trees, shrubs, ment with that class. The estimate is true, no doubt, and when we count up etc., at the Ilardinsburg Nurseries. Zack Ghee.v, Manager. the scores of millionaires that have sprung up like fungi in the manufacturGratifying To All. ing districts in that time, we can sec The high position attained and tho where the great wealth has been placed. It is for the farmer to decide whether he universal acceptance and approval of the will still see this unjust distribution or pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, is the most excellent laxative vote for the protection of himself. known, illustrate the value of tho quali-itie- s on which its success is based and Catarrh Can't be Cured to the with i.oi ir. viTi.ic.vTio.ss, as they cannot are abundantly gratifying California Fig Syrup Company. reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh n. C. A. Coleman was in Louisville last week. Mrs." J. L. Fairlcigh went to Louisville Monday. Dr. Shuck, of Flaherty, was in town Monday. Mr. Jim llarned, of Big Spring, was in town Sunday. Mr. C. G. Morcmcn got down a bargo of coal this week. Geo. Woolfolk' attended 'the Owensboro fair last week. Hon. Chapezo Wathcn is visiting relatives in Bullitt county. Mr. Frank Dupin and wife went to Big Clifty, Saturday. W. E. Ditto, Louisville, was at homo Sunday to see his parents. School Commissioner Roland O'Bryan is out visiting his schools. Mr. Elma Frakcs and Will Powell arc down with typhoid fever. Miss Nelia Brashear's many friends regret to learn of her death. Mr. and Mrs. F. Ditto, of Louisville, arc visiting Mr. W. M. Ditto. Mrs. It. II. Brashcar and child, Owensboro, are visiting her parents. Miss Lillian spent several days of this week with Miss Eva Corrigan. Judge Woolfolk recovered sufficiently to return to Frankfort Monday. Mr. John Ncvit moved to his farm in Breckenridge county last week. Wathen returned Hon. Chapezo home last week from Grayson court. Misses Jennie and Hester Woolfolk havo returned home from Owensboro. Mr. C. C. Fairlcigh was in tho upper end of the county several days of last week. Miss Lulu Lewis has returned home after a visit of several weeks in Louisville. Mrs. Nunnetto Willis, of Louisville, arrived this week to visit Miss Lillian Lewis. Jim McFarland left for Louisville last week to work in a plow factory this winter. Prof. J. B. CIJannon, formerly of Michigan, is conducting the school at Atwell's. Elmore Frakes, Will McGchee and William Powell are all convalesent from typhoid fever. There was no school in the Bottom last week, owing to Prof. Glasgow being sick with fever. Messrs. O. II. Harrison and Phil. O'Bryan, Louisville, were at the salt works Saturday., Mr. B. F. Richardson, formerly of our town, went to Chicago last week to go into business. Miss Minnie Patterson, of Hart conn ty, is visiting her uncle, Mr. It. J. Patter son, of Guston. Miss Blanche Bell, of Arkansas, ar rived Tuesday and is tho guest of the Misses Woolfolk. Melntyre &. Bryant havo enlarged their store room, and it adds very much to its appearance. Mr. T. L. Simmons sold one of his fine stallions to Mr. Goodwin, of Hardin county, last week. Born to tho wife of Henry Brown two girls, which is the third pair of twins. Who can beat this? Mrs. D. II. Severs and children, Ilardinsburg, have been visiting her sister, ... Mrs. E. II. Shcllman. Born to the wife of Mr. Emmet Rich- arils, last week, a hundsonre girl. It's the first, and my ! how he steps. Misses Eva Corrigan, Minnie Patter son and Harry Bell, of Guston, wero tho" guests of tho Misses Lowis, Sunday. Mrs. Ilattie Ditto is moving to Ilardinsburg this week, where she will bo ablo to get schools to educate her children. Mrs. Green, our present postmistress, received tho appointment again, to tho agreeable surprise of every one, last Thursday. Mr. Pias P. Novit spent Sunday with his son, It. II. Nevit. Mr. Novit is very activo and young looking for ono 71 years of age. Tho three: "sports," Messrs. J. W. Lowis, Fred Meador and George attended the base ball at Louis-vill- o Saturday. While tho Big Sandy was lying at tho wharf boat Sunday, taking on apples, Fry-mire, THE HIGHEST PURITY ! THE LOWEST PRICES ! . Mark pur Unexcelled Stock of Groceries DEY GOODS, and 'MJM GUARANTEED SEASONABLE, WARRANTED REASONABLE. rrovi sioiis SHOES, CLOTHING We have put in a scasouablo stock of unusual excellence and variety. It has been chosen with reference to thcctastes and needs of all classes of buyers. Then as to quality, wo So muck for quantity. have selected our stock with the greatest care, bearing in mind, that we want goods that please the purchaser and bring the buyer back by their satisfactory services. Then there is the important question of prices. We know we can't hope to win and hold jour trade without being fair in figures and' are prepared to say that our prices are as low as any right from the start, and lower than any. at the finish when their quality has been proven in wear. We suggest that you visit our store, examine our stock, get our prices and test our treatment and wc will save you money. Rki'okts from Arkansas indicate that a is a blood or constitutional disease, and lmt campaign is in progress in the Sec- in older to cure it you have to take ond district. Major Hreckiniidge is on internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure the stump, assisted by Representative is taken internally, and acts directly on Mills and Senators Rerry and Jones. I. the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh-Curis no quack medicine. It n I' Ijingley, the I'liion was prescribed by one of the best physinominee, and the notorious Powell Cl:itnii, are making the tight against cians in this country for years, and is a It is composed of Rieckinriilge. It is s.iid an attempt was regular prescription. the best blood purifiers, acting directly made to assassinate the latter Monday The perfect on the mucous surfaces. night in Conway county. combination of the two ingredients is Tiih Owensboro fair, which closed last what produces such wonderful results in Saturday, was pronounced one of the curing catarrh. Send for testimonials free. must successful in the history of the asF. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, sociation. The weather was, delghtful O. Sol by druggists, price 75e. luring the entire week, and there was an increased attendance of people each STEPHENSPORT. lay. The average attendance was put at ten thousand something remarkable Quite a crowd from our town attended and wry uiunmiuon for a fair among the Owensboro fair. tli people in this part of the State. Mrs. James Crawford returned from Rut Owensboro never does anything by lulws. It is a commendable feature on Louisville Thursday. Mr. E. II. Miller spent several days in the part of her citizens that each and all ni them seem to regard it as a part of Louisville last week. tin ir duty to contribute a portion of Mrs. Ren Lay, Mrs. Will Mathena and tin ir time to aid in the success of a pub-I- n sister, Miss Maud Gilbert, attended .the enterprise of this character. Many Owensboro fair last week. new and attractive features were added Quite a number of our people attendt i the fair this year, which was a consided the funeral of Miss Nelia Rrashear nt erable expense to the company, but they I'nion Star last Saturday. were largely repaid for the outlay. Mrs.Andrew I'erigo.who has been in ill Nothing succeeds like success, anil health for several years, is in Kvansvillo Owensboro is decidedly ahead of all other towns in Western Kentucky in pro- under medical treatment. Misses I'ink Ricketts and Cora Richmulgating a substantial and reliable ardson, of Cnion Star, were guests of (ountv fair. Miss Ada Hanks last Friday. Mix. Harvey English, with little Fan Tiik following address from the Democratic State Central Committee has been nie, who have been visiting Mrs. issued to the Democrats of the State. It near Hopkinsville, returned .Sunday. is a tiintjly article and diiws to the If nothing happens to prevent, Rev. I'enyclear will fill the pulpit at the Bappoint ' "To the Democrats of Kentucky: tist church the first Sunday in next mouth. Your committee beg leave to congratulate you upon the result of your work in Mrs. K. Miller and sister, Miss Dixie August, your otlicial majority being I'errigo, spent Saturday night and SunThis has been achieved by party day in Cloverport, the guests of Mrs. unity throughout the State ; by recog- l'aiilman. nizing the right of members of the party The Methodist quartet ly meeting to protect themselves by organizations of closed Thursday night. Revs. Myers their own within party lines and by a and Rrowder left Friday morning for united ell'ort of Democrats of all shades other fields of labor. of opinion in defense of Democratic Miss Hoffman delivered her lecture principle. "There has been no time in the his- here on temperance last Thursday night tory of the Republic when your effort to a good house. The men say it did very well for a woman, just whether any was mote needed than now. The tyrangood and lasting impressions were made ny of the majority in Congress appeals fo every liberty-lovincitizen to forget or not we are unable to say. Misses Klla Mosely and Georgia local dilferences and individual prefermade a short visit to Lodiburg, ences in the protection of the interests of the people. There should be no Re- going up Friday evening and returning publican allowed to go to the National Sunday morning. They report a very Congress from this Commonwealth. The pleasant time, and left our friend, Miss issues involved are too serious to justify Kiiiina Mosely, in good spirits, and the people of Kentucky in any Con- wielding well her power at school. gressional district in being represented Mr. James Dovvell, a very aged gentleby a Republican. The enemy rely iion men, who died at Irvington last week, your lethargy, growing out of the over- was hurried here on Wednesday. Tho whelming majority in the August elec- funeral services were conducted from the tion, and your committee appeals to you M. K. church, by the Rev. Myres. A to go to work in earnest. Organize largo concourse of old friends and relaclubs in every voting precinct in the tives wero present, m he formerly, residPlate ; embrace in these all resident ed here for a number of years. Democrutfl, no matter to what organizaBucklen's Arnica Salve. tion thoy may belong; poll your preThe best salvo in tho world for cuts, cinct vote and send it to this committee; bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever see your neighbors who are insensible of sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains-- , their danger and send from Kentucky corns, and skin eruptions, and jositively an unbroken Democratic representation I cures Riles, or no pay required. It is You have but little time for work and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. 25 cento per tlio lib of November should see every box For sale by G. Price Short, Clover, W. lover of his country nt the jiolls voting port, Ky,, and J. A. Witt, Ilardinsburg, Ky. for Democracy." I.abor-Republica1 51,-"0- 7. g BEWLEYVILLE. When you, Mr. X., rode ten miles tho 10 lbs. granulated sugar forjl, you could have known by reading the market report in your weekly paper that he was selling it to you for less than it cost him. But you took the bait. When you returned you made a great talk over your great bargain in sugar, but failed to tell about the hat you paid him $2 for that the Cash Store sells at $1.25, and tho ladies' kid shoes that you paid $1.75 for that tho Cash sells at $1.35, and the.boots you bought for $2.75 that the Cash sells at $2.25. And you, Mr. L., might have known that the coal oil you bought over at S. for 10 cts. per gallon was a low test light and dangerous oil, or that it was sold at cost as a bait, but you bit at it and thought because he sold it so low that he sold other things the same way, and paid him $12. 50 for an overcoat that the Cash sells at $!). If you will rido over to Mr. G. S. Dowell's and compare it with one he bought of the Cash, you will see that they are just the same. And you, Henry, when you, because of that long advertisement about things on a 5 cent counter that you thought so cheap (every one of which the Cash Store will duplicate), that you thought tho other goods they kept would be cheap also, and bought a nice suit of clothing at $12.50 just the Mime that the Cash sells at $9.50. The large stock of goods now in storo were nearly all bought before tho recent great advance in prices, and will bo sold at the same low rates as heretofore. The Cash oilers no baits and takes no bites, but sells to all alike and all at tho lowest cash rates. No credit to any one. other day to get a negro rouster fell overboard between tlio two boats and came near drowning. Mr. Ike Owings was in town Saturday, and it seems that it will not bo long until be can navigate all right on both limbs again. It appears something liko tho dead coming to life to sco Ike out. Messrs. Ez. Bodenstal and Dick Ditto complimented Boveral families on "West Hill with a serenade last week. They make music that moves tho slumbering with its enchantment. Mr. Jim Lyddan, of Webster, died of typhoid fever last Friday morning. Ho was a moBt excellent young man, and his many friends wero very much shocked to learn of his sad fate. Mrs. Hoard, of this place, died Sunday night from injuries received from a fall from her porch on Sunday. Mrs. Hoard was .about 73 years of age, and for a number of years has been leading a very secluded life. We have had fifteen cases of typhoid fever in this vicinity since July, and so far not one has died, notwithstanding by our the "wicked use of physicians. Mr. Will Shrewsbury found a pheasant's nest last spring, and a few days afterward it was robbed. He put six game chicken eggs in the nest, and now tho pheasant is carrying around a brood of five game chickens, and they are as wild as pheasants. Subscriptions were received from T. L. Puscy, Chicago, and Miss May Deo Pusoy, Louisville, in order that they could get tho news of their former home. Our subscription for the News continues to grow both far and. near. Let them come, for thoy can get tho general news that is in reach in ono paper from two counties. Several covies of California quail havo been seen in tho Bottom neighborhood. If tho winter is not too severe, and they can bo kept from being killed, it will not be many years until they will bo plentiful. anti-pyriu- VE AuniTomuM, 1890. Strauss Vienna Court Orchestra. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 28-2- S X 9 Old Stand - By's You will find 01 all kinds and Prices. Court Orchestra in tho two concerts given by that famous organization at tho Auditorium Tuesday and Wednesday evening, October To hear Kdunrd Strauss and his Orchestra, is indeed a chanco in a lifo time, Of Every Description. because it is positively his first and only American tour, and as, owing the great PUMPS, musical taste nnd culture of tho people CROSS-GU- T of Kentucky, the program for tho two SA WS, Louisville concerts havo been selected TILIJYG, with the greatest caro that thoy will bo musical evenings long to bo remembered. MANTLES GRATES, As to tho quality of tho Strauss music, ICinds. Of read tho following from the Berlin Zeitung:- Agent for Henry Diston & Son, "Thero is in tho first place and inimi-tabl- o Saws. Belting, &c, &c. dash and swing in tho playing of Iron Roofing for Sale or put oir tho S'trauss Orchestra, and a constant rythmic variation nnd a contrasting of the building. Also you can get lights and shadows which" are a source anything made in the Tin, Copper of continual delight. Ono surprise another, until at tho conclusion of and Sheet Iron line. a familiar number, however many times and Pistols repaired. ono.may havo listened to it, he feels that he has heard a new composition, or discovered merits and possibilities in L. tho old one which ho novcr before CLOVERPORT, KY. suspected. Oire sees in these orchestral melodies the true homo of this musical clement, and that its expression comes from true soul. Tho quality of talents displayed by tho Eighty-fou- r acres of good land, Strauss Orchestra, especially within its North-we- st of Ilardinsburg, two own realm, is such that tho nudiencq will not bo satisfied with tho original and ono half miles. Also, forty acres of good land ono program, but demands doublo encores, mile and a half from Harninsburg. Tho prices for this great attraction arc Both pieces contains a house. so very reasonable, varying from 50 cts; Terms will be Reasonable. 75 cts Any ord&rs sent to James B. Camp, Business Manager, For furthor information call on Notice F. M. B. A. P. O. Bax 03, accompanied by a check F. M. C. JOLLY, Uro. T. G. Tallin, President of the on this City or a P. O. Order, Will bo UABDINSBUKO, KY. Assembly of Kentucky of tho 1 carefully selected, and State tickets sent to M. B. A., will bo at Ilardinsburg on the purchaser by return mail. 10th of October, 1890, to organizo a ! LOUISVILLE County Assembly. Let every lodge in I ask for your patronage and propose to gl vo the county send delegates. vnn In rArnrn full vhIha Cnm . Sec. Ky. Assembly. Itoirr. Winn, Tho enormous patronago accorded to the Juch engagement by the people from all over tho Stato of Kentucky, proves that tho Auditorium has the confidence of the people, as to tho merits of the attractions to be seen there, and it also indicates what'a concourse of people will listen to tho bewitching strains of tho waltz as rendered by the Strauss Vienna HOUSE. STOVES HAHDWAEE FLUE '! $ all fol-lo- ftFGua J. MILLER, ? FOR SALE. Solid Truths Market Reports, Corrected Weekly by (IKXEllM. COMMISSION MEltCIIAXTS, The Louisville Market. Thcro has, been very littlo change in tho tobacco market this week. Tho tendency is downward in prices, Tlio quality of tho breaks is poor. A great deal of funked tobacco is being offered. Even the redried tobacco was so badly funked beforo it was redried that tho taintls still on it, and all such is neglected. Tho wholo market may bo said to bo sick and demoralized. Of courso it is tho commoner grades that aro suffering most, but oven fuirjy good sweet Burloys nro showing evidences of weakness and irregularity. Common leaf, lugs and trash aro a drug on tho market and it sometimes seems difficult to got a bid. Dark tobacco is as low as it can got. There is not life enough about tho dark market to found a comment on. Injections aro largo, showing the dissatisfacf-tio- n of tho sellers. lteports from tho nowcrop in tho country aro not encouraging. Wo havo had bad curing weather and much complain is made of heating in tho barn and in some cases rotting. Then tho cool spclj some days ago caused a good deal of tobacco to bo cut green. Tpgp roports only show the troubles and ijjfllculties farmers have to encountor in preparing tho ciop for market. Our account of sules below will' show soino fairly good prices, but these packages wero exceptionally good and would probably havo brought moro a fow weeks ago, Fanners Homo Journal. The H. W. Herndon Co. Third Street. .". Apples, Fancy Apples, Common Potatoes, new per bbl Onions Beans, buihel Cabbage, per bbl Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my now and handsome line of (loods consisting of Every Dollar Such as Farm 2 50 C3 75 Implements ! VEOKTABLICS. 3 00 90 3 00 2 75 2 25 1 00 ROCK HAVEN. Very few hogs will be fed for ship ment. Quails were never known to bo as plentiful as they aic this year. C. C. Fairlcigh, of Brandenburg, was in our town on legal business last week. Mr. Will Allen, of near Penncbaker, left last week to try his fortune in Missouri. The farmers have hold most all their fat cattle, and very few will be held over for feeders. Mr. C. C. I.ewis, our agent, has been confined to his room for several days with chills and fever. Mr. Henry Chenault, of near here, bos just completed his now house, and moved into it last week. Mr. Turpin, of Garnettsville, formerly of Breckenridge, is thinking of moving back to tho latter place. Mr. John Nelson, of New Albany, has rented tho mill at Garnettsville. John is a good miller and a good citizen. Tom Griffin, son of Mr, Julo Griffin, about twelve years of ago, has been ordered sent to tho Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort. Felix Crutcher, of near Vino Grove, was stricken with paralysis last week. Mr. Crutcher is said to be ono of the best farmers and owns one of the best farms in Meade county. The public hall at Grahumton, belonging to Mr. Nat Gibson, burned down last week. Tlio building .was worth about $700, and was partly insuied. , ro'CLTuY. Dyspepsia Slakes tho lives of many people miserable, and often leads to Distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache. heartburn, loss ot appetite, a faint, "all gone " feeling, bad taste, coated tonguo, and lrregu- . larlty of tho bowels, aro gomo of tho more common symptoms. Dyspepsia does not get well of Itself. It requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy llko Hood's Sarsa parllla, which sets gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tlio stomach and other organs, regulates tho digestion, Creates a good appetite, and by thus filok overcoming tho local symp- toms removes the thetlo effects ot the disease, banishes tho hcadacho, and refreshes the tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but llttlo appetite, and what I did eat distressed mo, or did me u-- .j mt,e B00d In aa hour after eating I would expee feeling, rience a falntncss, or tired, as though I bad not eaten anything. My trouble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which .Is that of a painter, and from being moro or less shut up In a room with fresh paint. Last . spring I took Hood's Barsa- - StOmaCM rllla took three bottles. It did mo an lmmcnso amount of good. It gavo mo an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced." GEonoE A. Taor, Watcrtown, Mass: Hena, perdoi Mixed Spring Chickens, per doz Live Geese, perdoi " Duekl, perdoi niDKa and rura. Green Hides, 30 to 50 lbs... " " small Dry Hides, salt (lint " Sheep pelts, fleeced WOOL. Distress Wool, clean Wool, l'npniCK. t baling After Empire Drills, Old Hickory Wncons, South Bend Chill Plows, Avery, Meikleand UraClipporSteol Plows 2 00 Double Shovels, 2 00 Shop made Single Shovels, 1 25 And a full line of Plow and Machlno repairs. Wagon Material, Iron or all kinds, Shingles! 2 75 3 25 Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Limo 2 35 2 50 Salt and Cement, Brick and Tiling for dues 2 00 3 25 and drainage, Cook and Heating Stoves and 3 00 4 00 Pipe, and a full line tf Tlnwire. 2 00 3 00 and Pumps. Grata and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Boad Carls Phaetons and Spring Wagons. 7 J. B. Jones Pure Baw Bone Meel. 4 ,C.a,hPala for Coultry Produce, such as 1 V Hides, Feathers, Eggs, 4o. My house is situated on Seminary Street.' 40 (0 00 onnoaito Publio Hnii. 1 . . good quality, and seleclod with tne view of 20 "v""b " a am worxing lot trade my 33 best endeavors will be to Savo Money for all who favor me with their patronago. i 60 () Water-Drawer- s IS 1 p,ii,i flutter, choice, country Butter, medium ' Inferior Egg Panthers prime Feathers mixed Tallow Oee'pnax 10 1012 6 ia 41 25 ) 15 8 17 J. B. HENSLEY. Farmers' Supply House, IlAnniNBBuna, Ky. J- 43 35 4 3 00 Glpicng Mw Apple Uoi.t lllopd, root llow Hoot 2i 21 25 i 22 13 25 2 2K 28 09 00 52 niui.i nnd hay. Wheal, Bed 97 " Lnngberry ' 50 Ear Corn, oholoe per bus Oats, Northern white :.;::; 75 Rye Hay Timothy, clxjce per ton... 9 50 Mixed , 1 burn 43 80 3 00 Straw, per ton..., s 00 5 00 000 0 00 Sour VealCalre 4K ttstlf. to trixt an novel in tach number. Not a short novelette, tut a long ihrytueh as you art uud to get in book form and fay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you get an abundance of other contributions, which gives you a good magatine besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struck on the gateway iffofular favor, have resounded throughout tfe entire land, and Lippln-cot- ts Magatine stands in the front rank of monthly publications, and is the most widely Publication of its kind in the world. For full descriptive circulars, address MAGAZINE, - tn varttd and txctlltnt conttnts, it axvilk it, library TIPPINCOTTS tnhn It was indtid a haffy thought y j - Soldbyalldrucgtiti, Hood's Sarsaparilla Prepared only & CO., Apothecaries, When Baby was slclr, wo gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for OutorU. When she became MUs, sho duns' to Castor!. When sho bad Children,she gave them CastorU. to Vi BSSM For Prices nnd other Information address J. T. Hobabds, Ilardinsburg, Ky. reUgri.Uy!d Berk'Mre For Sale. , LlPfJNCOTrSMAGAZINB,Philadelphla J3.00 per year. 35 cts. single number. pit publisher of this paper will receive your' subscription. FARMERS FREE COLUMN.. 15 or 20 mule colts for sale, S,,e-- D,? ly C. L HOOD fli tlifor JS. Lowell, Mmi. IOO Doses Ono Dollar Use Brown' Iron Ulllen. WiTsleUns recommend It. All dealers ieerf It $t.00 per botUe. aennlno has trademark and crossed red lints on wrapper. rdir, DYsi'jci'siA Jas. J. Stephens, Holt, Ky.. hundred ewel jot to luIt. purchasers. Bred to thoroughbred South, down Bucks. w. D. Holt, Holt, Ky, rmmmjmwiM'iwfmi ffligfl upfEq in-law, Wanted. 10,000,000 lioops and poles. A Tribute to the Goodness and Love-abl- e Apply to Chas. May. Character of James H. Lyddan, Deceased. Mrs. C. W. Moorman returned Inst In the death of James Houston LydFriday from a pleasant visit to her Mrs. John T. Hatchet, at dan, which occurred at his father's resisister-- I I I I II I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I M I I I I I I I I - V Both tho method and results when Syrup ofFiga is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovcra and cures hahitunl constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeahlo Biibstanccs, its many excellent qualities it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. oom-men- ONB 3S1V.TOYS d Henderson. Mrs. A. B. Skillman, Mrs. C. W. Moorman, Mrs. Win. Vest and Mrs. It. E. Moorman spent yesterday with Mrs. Holt, at Holt. A prominent educator has remarked that those pupils who nro nowepnp.r readers at homo prove thpmsclves the best and brightest scholars. Ilov. W. K. Pernod was called to Hawcsville Monday to conduct tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Morcdock, who died thero Sunday. Sho was 79 years old. That "mid air walking man" has been tho talk in and around Hardinsburg for n week. It is no joke. The DcJcrnetto boys tell it for a fact, and say it is true. B. F. Beard &Co., the old reliable firm of Hardinsburg, will hereafter be regular contributors to our advertising columns. Watch their space, read and profit by what they have to say. Miss Judith Miller left yesterday for Richmond, Va., to visit tho 'family of Rev. J. T. Tucker, former pastor of tho Bapist Church in this city. Mr. F. N. Delluy and wife accompanied her as far as Cinc'nnati. Tho log cabin in which Lincoln lived' as a boy, and in which his father and mother wero married, in Washington county, Ky., has been sold to Chicago parties. Tho building will bo transferred to the grounds of tho World's Fair. Wo have contracted with Messrs. John P. Haswell & Son for a fine man's saddle, one of their own manufacture. It is to be given away to tho subscribers of tho News, and will bo on exhibition, together with a lot of other presents, at Hardinsburg noxt Monday. Tho subscription price is now only one dollar a year in advance. Mrs. C. I). Temple received the sad intelligence labt week of tho killing of her brother, Mr. T. F. LaFoe, on his plantation near Stoncwell, Miss. He was shot Brit. Lee, who is a by his brother-in-latenant on his farm. The difficulty grew out of a misunderstanding over some work. Mrs. Temple has tho sympathy of tho entiro community in her great affliction. Tho Commercial Club of this city met Monday night for tho purpose of reorganizing. There was a pretty full attendance, and several matters of interest to the town wcro discussed and commit tees appointed to work them up. Hon. D. R. Murray resigned his ofllco as President, owing to a pressure of other business, which prevented his giving tho office his proper attention. Hon. D. Ham- ulcton was eiecteu to mi mo vummuj, and Mr. T. C. Tousey was elected Per manent Secretary. A meeting was called for next Thursday night, when it is' hoped thero will bo a full attendance and tho work of permanent organization bo completed. Dr. Itanium and Engineer Holmes came down Monday night to test tho gas well bored for the Soda Ash Company. They were at work all day yesterday and from what could be learned their report will bo favorable. It is a good well and shows a pressuro nearly equal to tho Oelzo well. It is understood that if tho Company accepts this well another ono will be put down for salt water. It is also said that tho company will go ahead at once with a brick factory, using tho gasfor that purpose. Nothing yethas been mado public as to their plans and all tho information we have comes- - through second hands and we give it for what it is worth. We mado our first trip over tho L., II. Tho & AV. to Hardinsburg, Monday. road is in good condition, makes good time, and is doing a splendid business. Garfield has grown to bo quito a good town, and has tho appearance of much thrift and lifo. Several new houses are in coutso of erection. Harned is a now town that has sprung up sinco tho road has been built, and is, so Mr. II. M. informed us, ono of tho best shipping points on tho road. The traffic is principally in lumber and staves. The road" has been a great help to this section of our county, and the people all along tho lino aro well pleased with it and its management. dence, 15 mlnufcs to 4 o'clock a. in., Oct. 9, 1890, of typhoid fever, tho community MEDICINE Is very necessary sometimes for ft fellow to tako, but nono tho less necessary is a good warm Suit of Clothes or Overcoat. Tho weather at this time of tho year is very changeable, and sudden cold snaps spring up when least expected ; to bo prepared for these "snaps" and thus ward off a possible spell of sickness, come to our great exposition of home-mad- e Clothing, all our own production, and make selection of what you need ; wc will make tho prices satisfactory. Visiting doctors in attendance on tho medical convention, and other strangers in tho city, can spend an A Public Necessity It is in the neighborhood of Webster sustained a loss that will bo keenly felt for innriy years to come, not only by the sorely stricken father and mother, broth ers and only sister, but by the whole people. No man, woman or child ever know him but to lovo him, and tho longer they wero associated with him, tho stronger and deeper grew the at- deplorable that tho guardians of the public welfare have not enterprise enough to furnish guide-boar- ds at interbcctions with highways leading to Cloverport. As usual, wc lead in tlio good work and our first board is erected right here : tachment. 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW rORK, N.T. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Vim. K. Barnes, Hardinsburg. Attorneys ntLaw. "V Ilardlnaburg and Cloverport,' Kentucky. MURRAY & BARNES, s Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, -- HARDINSBURG, KY. Dank. 2pQOt&ce over Hardinsburg Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEKPORT, JBSTOfllco office. E. JV. MILLER, with D. K. Murray near Post Physician and Surgeon, Office over Dr. J. M. Clayton, Richardson's Hardware tlore. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. nUSH, J. II. TAYLOR, W. S. TAYLOR. U Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, Fredcrica Street, DENTISTS KY. Office in J. H. Taylor & Co., Dr. W. B. Paynter, Physician and Surgeon Fisher's Drug Store CLOVERPORT, KY. ' V?.r iitr.' Dr. flavid White, Physician and Surgeon, Office l':& at Dr. J. E. Brown's Old Stand. CLOVERPORT, KY. JfoKCKENRIDGE NEWS, -- ,,V iV .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER LOCAL 15, 1890 During the 28 years tho writer has hour very pleasantly and profitably by visiting our immense emknown tho subject of this sketch, which porium of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. Remember constituted his wholo life, and notwithwe arc tho only clothing house in the city that don't sell factory-mad- e standing tho fact that ho was a promi nent member of tho best society, and beClothing. Everything on our counters is made in our own ing engaged in public business, viz,, genhouso by our own cutters and tailors. Our Clothing is nil wareral merchandise, never in all that time ranted and our prices lower than any other house. have wo ever heard' one word of detraction or unkindness used towards him ; no soul so small as to envy him, no scandal monger bold enough to faco tho public and say aught of lu'm savo in kindness Possessed of a physiquo approaching ! very nearly the perfect in manly stature and symmetry, large, brownish gray eyes that always looked tho world squarely, firmly, yet kindly in tho face, strictly honest and fair in his dealings with his fellow-meliberal and charitaS. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. ble to a fault; no person, bo they white I I I or black, over applied to him in distress I I M I I and went away empty-hande- d ; a friend to everybody and esteemed by all, in proof of which ho died when but few wero expecting it. At his funeral were gathered the largest and saddest crowd wo ever mot in tho country on a liko occasion. During lifo there was in him a fountain of inexhaustible good humor and catching mirth, fond of a kindly joke, yet never known to perpetrate a cruel jet. No friend ever felt the sting of biting sarcasm from him, ever kind and thoughtful to others. Ho has gone to "eternal rest loved by all, disliked by none, and almost idolized by his immediate family and friends. Tho spirit ho possessed was from above, puro and gentle. Years may come and pass away and bo forgotten, hut tho noble conduct of James Lyddan will reach generations yet unborn. His excellency of character, purity of mind, together with generous Our visitors are all delighted with our elegant stock, positively the words and noblo deeds, marked conspiclargest and most complete line in the city with an elegant uously his wholo life, which should give to the dark cloud that lowers upon his assortment of trimmings lo suit each pattern on home y a silvery lining. The floral our shelves. offering at his grave in tho holy ground at Paradise church has no equal in tho past, and was a fit emblem of his life and tho esteem in which ho was held. Ho had tho best medical assistance the country could afford,, and your humble "We put our "John Ruby" Ladies' and Gent's Shoes against the correspondent, with many others, stood by him throughout his suffering, adminworld, for they fit like a glove and wear till quite a quesistering to his wants in every way our tion has sprung up, which is the better our ''Ruby" limited intelligence could conccivo of; Shoe or our old reliable "Buell" goods. but all this could not stay tho hand of that despoiler, death, and life ebbed out without a struggle, groan or gasp. How can wo do without him ? is the universal cry of tho wholo community ; but It has ever been thus those whom wo lovo most are the first to go. "I never loved a tree or flower but it was tho first to Wo please all, for our styles are the latest, quality the best, and prices fado away." But bowing ourselves to will sell them. the inevitable, we can say,- - in heartfelt Our line of sympathy with his sadly bereaved fattier, mother, brothers and sister, God -- : bless him and them. God bless his Amos and James. memory. Is immense. TO CLOVERPORT. 1 For RiarhtipilIcEs, o (treatment. The Wayfaring man must go to s WNT SULZER'8 No stock compares with theirs. No Prices can reach theirs, and No Treatment can be better. "Old Reliable" Clothiers I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I n, If you go elsewhere you I I I I I I bV.BEARD5Co LEADERS In Dress Goods Are Left J 25 lm n,l ON GOODS, ES-, J . XlVJliVXiUJii In Ladies' and Gent's Fashions. utler THE TELL CITY 9 PLANING MAFUFAOTURERS OF ILLS le done at this establishment in Also dealers in Felt and Bodine Hoofing. IIN" SHOES DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will the bei( manner and at the lowest rates. IN CLOTHING OVERCOATS:- B. 3'. BREVITIES. UNION STAR. F. BEARD & CO., situ 5- - r - mz tv n- - ' Mrs. M. E. Cunningham is having her residence painted. Daviss T. Young, Patcsville, has hecn granted a pension. Mr. J. W. Sqftires, of Ilardinsburg, was in the city Saturday. Mrs. J. G. Harris left last weok to in Michigan. Miss Sallie Pumplirey, of Holt, is in tho 'city visiting friends. There isn't hardly a house in the city hut what has natural gas. Mrs. J. D. Gregory and daughter Nellie, returned homo yesterday. Pay your State and County tax this week and savo six per cent. Mrs. G. P. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, is visiting relatives at Sample. Mr. Lawrence Miller and Herbert Beard were in tho city Friday. Mrs. C. M. Bullitt, and Miss Katie Bowmcr went to Louisville, Monday. Dr. J. T. Owen has been appointed surgeon on tho L. St., L. & T. railroad. 'Mr. Ahl M,attingly, Louisville, to at homo on a few days visit to his family. Hon. John Young Brown is expected to speak at Hardinsburg next Monday. W. A. Emberton 'left for Henderson, Sunday, where- ho will remain sometime. , New Sorghum, Pickles, Grapes, Honoy, Cabbage and everything good at Patterson's. Mr. Austin Pato and wife, of near Hardinsburg, wcro in town last weok shopping. Mrs. Lafo Green passed up on tho train Monday, returning from tho Owens-bor- o fair. Mrs. Mosloy our faithful correspondent at Stephensport, paid us a pleasant visit last week. Mr. Alex Gregory, of Louisville was in tho city Saturday to attend tho funeral of his father. Mr. E. A. Baldwin writes to liavo his paper changed from Casoyvillo to Kut-- " tawa, Lyon county, Ky. Mies Dixie Porrigo and Mrs. D. II. Miller, Stophonsport, were in tho city Sunday visiting frionds, Mr. John A. Gregory, an old and much respected citizen of this city, died at his homo hero lost Friday. What It Does. Hood's Sareaparilla . 1. Purifies tho blood. 2. Creates an appetite. 3 .Strengthens tho nerves. 4. Makes tho weak strong. 5. Overcomes that tired feeling. 0. Cures scrofula, salt rheum, etc. 7, Invigorates tho kidneys and liver. headache, indigestion, 8. Relieves dyspepsia. Walking in Mid Air. La6t Sunday a week ago, whilo Wm. and Joseph DcJernotte wero standing in their barn lot talking with each other, their attention was attracted to a man on tho fence across an open field, somo two hundred yards from them. Tl:o man was walking in mid air, four feet above tho top of tho rails. Joo was tho first ono to seo him, and says tho man roso from "tho ground gradually at first, and had walked a hundred yards when he directed thq attention of his brother William to Him. At this time both of tho Do Jernctts watched tho man walk in the air directly abovo tho fence; a distance of 150 yards. He was dressed-i- n a black suit of clothes and woro a white hat. After tho man disappeared, they walked over to tho fenco to seo if they could discover any trace of his having been on tho ground, but there was nothing to indicato that ho had been on foot. Tho fonco ran along the big road, and was in full view of them. They say thoy do not know how to account for Halt and Geo. Weather-ho- lt tho thing, hat tho man was certainly Messrs. Hobt. have started a butcher shop on tho wulking in the air. Both of tho DcJer-nctt- o buys witHCssod tho sight, and both corner opposite tho News ofllco. will tell tho same fttory. Thoy are rollabld Moyer Bros, of Grandvicw, Ind. Hardinsburg about .shortly commence tho erection oH flour; men, and live west of miles. eight and. hominy mill at Tnqort, Ky. Several of the citizens attended the Main Street, opposite Court House, Rome fair. C. M. McGlothlan spent several days HARDINSBURG, in Louisville, last week. Helm and WillioMilner have returned to school at Louisville. One Dollar Weekly THE PRIMAItY. Mrs. Ricketts visited relatives in and Buvs a cood Gold Watch by our Club about Hardinsburg. last week. Mr. S. J. Jolly, of Missouria was visit- Svstem. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened Montgomery Wins by a Handsome ing his sister, Mrs. Reuben Ricketts. gold cases aro warranted for 20 years. Majority. Mrs. Owen Cunningham has returned Waltham or Elgin movement, reliable a two week's visit in Louisville. after The following is the ofllcial vote by Miss Alico Hawkins and brother, little and well known. Stem wind set, hunt counties. Thero aro ono or two precincts Hubert, aro visiting Mr. Joo Cashman. ing or open face. Lady's or- Gent's size. Miss Tishia Wheeler has returned Equal to any $75 "Watch--. Wo sell ono to hear from but they will not change the result materially. homo after a long visit to Now Albany, of these Watches for $28 cash, and send Ind. o a a c Mr. Geo. Cashman, of New Albany, to any address by registered mail, or by o Intl., is visiting relatives and frionds in Express C. O. D., with privilcgo of ex o. COUNTIES. ig this vicinity. amination. Mrs. Emma Parks and Miss Lula Skill-mat : Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes : of Clifton Mills, wero visiting Mrs. 278 381 Watlington lost week. "Our jewelers hare confessed they don't llieokenrldgo 28 210 139 20 Muster Owen Broshear accompanied hww how you canfurnhh such uvrkfor the Bullitt .'. 500 182 Orayson 28 by his brother Claud, has returned to money." Oreen 236 0 0 his homo at Midway, Ky. '1258 109 33 Ono good reliable Agent minted in each IUrdln.., Mr. D. S. Richardson escorted by his 5Si Hart 13 41 two daughters, Misses. Salllo and Cora, place. Write for particulars. 317 21 Laltu 69 , and Miss Mlnnio Hoylo was in Louisville Empihe Watch Co., 185 260 331 Marlon during tho celebration. 289 114 48 & 50 Maiden Lane, Meade 52 Misses Pink Ricketts, Lillian Carson 277 330 108 New York. Nelson Dora Gardner also Messrs. Bob. Fiench, 139 Ohio 7 97 135 111 110 Francis Cart and Sandy Hendry attend-- , Taylor MOOLEYVILLE. 02 C15 31 Washington cd tho Owensboro Fair and reported a splended Fair and pleasant trip. I regret to announce tho death of my 4760'2525' 836 Total We aro sorry to report tho death of Melissa Elsby, Miss Nolia Brashcar, of consumption at dearest friend, Mrs. Montgomery over Grundy, 2,235 ; over her homo at Preston on Friday tlio 10th. which occurred at Derby, Ferry county, Kussell, 3,024 ; over both, 1,399. Miss Nelia had long been a ware that Ind., on October 3d, 1890. she could not live long, and to her friends Mrs. Elsbv was a daughter of William often Expressed a willingness to go, and To Quail Hunters. Derby, a hope of meeting them all in Heaven. and Jano O'Ncil, and was born at Tho season is now near at hand when Marcli 24th, 1859. Was married to Herromains followed by many friends and Ind., relatives woro brought here Saturdayand Samuel J. Elsby, September 29th, 1870, every ono who is interested in the preinterred beside thoso" of hor brother, Mr. consequently was 31 years, six months servation of tho quail should keep an Sam". Brashcar, Jr. Rev. Dowden, of oid at tho dato of her death oyo open for tho deadly Brandenburg conducted tho funeral ser- and ten days She was long tho bell of society in her who is already abroad in tho land. vices." Her parents, sisters and brothors havo tho sympathy of many friends. neighborhood, botli before rind after her Theso bushwhacking breakers of tho law do not for a moment hesitate to take tlio marriage Her amiable, kind and lovablo dispo- tho lifo of tho fatiior or mother quail, sition secured to her tlio lovo and ad- thereby jeopardizing a wholo covoy of young quails each time this is done miration of all who know her. Mrs. Elsby's homo was at Cannelton, Tho young ones which havo been recentInd. Sho was removed to licr mother's ly hatched are of coureo entirly too liomo soniotimo beforo hci death. The young to provide for themselves and funeral took placo from her mother's they need tlio care of tho old ones, and There residence, and as sho was n mombor of thoy should not bo molested. tho Methodist Episcopal church, tlio is a very stringent law relative to tho funeral was conducted by Kov. Mankor, shooting of partridges before the close It has never boforo fallen to my lot to of tho season, and the lovers 'of this witness so solomn a scene as that of not sport should seo that tho violators of less than eight hundred persons follow- this law are apprehended and in every ing tho funeral cortcgo marching to tho instanco punished. Iluscllvillo Ledger. music of tho Tell City band. Sho leuves Breckenridge Circuit Court. a husband, raothor and two Bisters to mourn her loss, who hnvo tho beaitfolt Moll. Meadori, Ex'r, I'Ulntlff ) Notice sympathy of tho writor, a true friend. In ti. Absolutely Pure. Laura Ei.deh. Moll. Meadors, Ilelrt, Defendant. J Equity. A cream of tartar baking powdc. All persons having claims agatnst the es"Wanted Highest of all in leavening strength., tate of Mcll. Meador, deceased, are hereby U. S. government Report, Aug. 17, 1860. A reliableveswkJHjUnt man to take charge notified to produce their claims before the unof my ftY jmi.M take u half interest In dersigned Commissioner properly proven on pr ljd95H0ipnV waBtnoitia pwi'oon Btock, fcraifaw,. Implements, &c, must beforo the 20th day of October next gaSiDai "" "ll iowid t Qlven under my band this 18th day of SepApply cpmo veU'oMunondcd. tfHHXXIH NOW I ftVAYOHH V. a. BABUAQE, tember, 1890 W. D. Holt. ovn Pinoqs'dn Com. S, C. 0, '8BOT. npK 801PUTO xavx. VW "PllP Holt, Ky. KY. - n, ij j ovorything they have done yet ? " What is the news?" "Why! haven't you heard that the Hamilton Brown Shoe Co. havo got out a Four Dollar Shoe that beats -- "Good morniner, Charlie. Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. InShoes We Beat the World. pOYAl An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices for Men, Boys, Women, Girls POWDER 'irW 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. - - J. A. WITT, saiavi & 4Jr!$v :?mjkZi. v - " Aafew'1 &&" Breckenridge News.- - Letterifrom Washington. s ft, " Those who saw mucli of Abraham LinTo tiik Kmtoivof the News. coln during the later years of his life, When in "God's country" recently, I were greatly impressed with the expreswas fluttered by the request from many sion of profound melancholy his face alfriends, including yourself, thnt I write ways woro in reiose. occasionally to your valuable little r. Mr. Lincoln was of a peculiarly symAt tho risk of proving tiresome, I These to all of which have seemed to me, after pathetic and kindly nature. will, from time to time, endeavor comply; for had I tho lime from my mature thought, to do the author great strong characteristics influenced, very now numerous duties, nothing would bo injustice, for they have, without excep- happily, as it proved, his entire ixolltlcul a XKV$t7?r?Zsyjr M I mora pleasant than to spend a feu mo- tion, been highly deprecatory of the career. They would not seom, at first glance, to bo efficient aids to political y ments in pleasant intercourse with the production. Now this seems to mo en7 . best people in the world. Now when I tirely wrong, for after having read the success; but in the peculiar emergency of took occasion in a former letter to al- book nnd mado comparisons to actual which Lincoln, in the providence lude to Cloverport and her good people, life, I find much to be commended in God, was called to meet, no vessel of I was accused by a young man in Clov- the work. It is known that all evils are common clay could possibly havo beerport of being homesick. Such is not productive of some good, and even ad- come the "chosen of tho Lord." Those acquainted v. ith him from boythe case; but no fate would be too bad mitting that it be an evil (which I do for a boy who would forget to speak not), it should then be read with more hood knew that early griefs tinged his kindly on oil occasions of the people impartiality than past critics have done, whole life with sadness. His partner in among whom he has been reared, and that we may extract tho good from the the grocery business at Salem was "Unwhom ho has occasion to thank for kind- bad parts, and make application of it to cle" Hilly Green, of Tallula, 111., who ness all along during his life. some defined purpose; for if it contains used at night, when the customers were There are two troubles that confront any good whatever, then we should en- few, to hold the grammar while Lincoln recited his lessons. alike the ordinary letter writer and the deavor to discover and make use of it. It was to his sympathetic ear Lincoln i f will essay, then, to select something individual wlio undertakes in even a J f ' humble way to act as correspondent for laudable out of what seems to meet with told the story of his love for sweet Ann Hutlidge; and he, in return, offered n newspaper. The first trouble consists such general disfavor. in finding something to say something The generality of books are so highly what comfort ho could when poor Ann that is not said every day, or has not garnished with language especially se- died, and Lincoln's great heart nearly been said times innumerable before. lected to suit the whims and fancies of broke. "After Ann died," says "Uncle" Billy, The second trouble arises when, if per- the general public, that instead of beneCisyou have found something to fitting those who read by a conveyance "on stormy nights, when the wind blew chance rain against the roof, Abe wculd set say, you seek to give it utterance in a of the author's real meaning, they tend the way that will insure a heariug. IJoth rather to mystify and confuse. It is sel- thar in the grocery, his elbows on his B-- . troubles confront me on the present oc- dom, very seldom indeed, that we have knees, his face in his hands, and the "Mention this paper. casion. Should I undertake to give you the pleasure of reading a plainly written tears runnin' through his fingers. I any Klitical news, ou would be rertuin book, and it is because the public are hated to see him feel bad, an' I'd say, to have up a paragraph stating that "the averse to it, and require that authors 'Abe, don't cry ; ' mi' he'd look up an' editor of this wiper assumes no reonsi-bilit- y ratner cater to its sentiment tliau any say, 'I can't help it, Bill, the rain's on her.'" for opinions of correspondents." especial production of their own. Hooks There are many who can sympathize That is, on the idea that correspondents that are built to conform to the public CLOVERPORT, KY. Branch House; HARDINSBURG, KY. have any ideas. It would be lully to idea are universally regarded with favor with this overpowering grief, as they of a lost loved one, when "tho think Jewelry Deparlnwnb. write, or attempt to write, concerning truths are not in demand. Grocery on hjer." What adds society or fashions. I am not in either It so happens that the Kreutzer Son- rain's to any alarming extent, and ci aid not ata is an exceedingly plainly written poignancy to the grief sometimes is the Aim imrmv WATCHES, rinPYC describe a new style if my life 1( pended book, well stored with truthful depiction thought that the lost one might have I ULUOnd Mill JCflCLnii cRnrrqire. been saved. on it. To attempt a description of the of realities in life; nnd for this simplicw.i.i ii. niiu UIIUOLIIILO) innui Musical Merchandise Fortunate, indeed, is William Johngreat public buildings or their contents, ity of expression, and because the author without the aid of illustration, would is frank and courageous enough to bravo son, of Corona, L. I., a builder, who Provisions, Confections, and Sewing Machines. Castoria Dr. Saml Pitolier' old. harmless and nnlok cure for prove uninteresting. the public by portraying life in some of writes June 28, 18!M): "Last Februnry, Infants' and Children's) Complaints. Snperlor tiTCaitor Oil. The great "aggregation" that has been its true phases, lie is taken in hand by on returning from church one night, my Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Parogorlo or Narcotlo Syrmm. Children cry for Castoriu. Mil- for so many months furnishing enter of those people who are so steeped daughter complained of having a pain in some Hon of Mothers ble Caitoria. tainment for the people, has departed. in piety as to throw up their hands in her ankle. The pain gradually extended At least, most of it is gone. There was holy horror upon all occasions wherein until her entire limb was swollen and Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ; "I recommend Costorla for children's Hour Stomach, Dlarrlicva, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription little time to be lost in the case of most truth in its revealings shows other than very painful to the touch. We called a dive healthy tcleep ; also aids digestion ; know n to me." II. A. Alien eh, M. D., ADDISON, KY. physician, who after careful examinaWithout narcotic (stupefaction. members, for there never were at any golden pictures. Ill So. Oxford St, Bsooklyn, N.Y. U the jilaeo to buy SEWING MACHINE for period, perhaps, no many "shaky" Tue CtTicn 77 Murray St., New York. So far from debasing the morals of tion, pronounced it disease of the kid1cb uionoy than nny other jilaeo in tlio country All we could do fences. The Farmers' Alliance comes in those who read the book, it will rather neys of long standing. Tho mnchiies I sell aro equal to any that ugenu charge from $35 to $5(1 fur: I guaranfor the lion's .share in this dcMiningof tend to elevate by its depiction of such did not seem to benefit her until we tee them to be what I ny or no trado. Agents fences. It was nothing, if not comical general errors as are existent, and thus tried Warner's Safe Cure ; from the first will lay the machine ii no account, be. she commenced to improve. When she and farcical, to hear during the latter place in a true light that which to some cause tho large difference in our jirlccs, but I figuro on this as on ovcrythlng I handle, cut It days of the session, the studied praises is unknown, piovided always that those commenced taking it she could not turn as low as it can bo cut. "My Motto" quick of the farmer; ids "tale of woe" told in who seek information are striving for over in bed, and could just move hor sales and small profit. Two drawer dropleof Singer Sewing Machines she is as well language that would have melted the good. To such as these it will prove of hands a little, but v low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 as she ever was. I believe 1 owe the reheart of a statue ; all done in n wav that benefit; those who are beyond redemp Hive drawer dro'ileuf Singer Sewing Maindicated its purpose to get back to tion, it cannot harm; others who read cover' of my daughter to its use." chines, high arm, with nil utmchtuonts $19.50 A Suro Curo for nil Dlooascs In Send mo a check or the money by register d the Congress. Xot that through idle curiosity merely from curletter, nnd I will ship you a machine to any " ji Resolutions Adopted by the Custer there is need for some hrightct outlook rent repents of the book, with premedif""Fffi wt! TiTrTTMn part of the country. "MtyriVTr "tT MX Lodge, F. & A. M., on the Death for the agricultural interests of the tated prejudice against the unveiling of Hcspcctfully, of A. W. Harrington. country, but the buncombe was discovmuch truth, it can neither please nor L. V. ADDISON, At a regular meeting of Custer Lodge, erable in the fact that the farmer was benefit, for such perbons are fostering Addison, Ky. unceremoniously dragged into every de- the very ills and vices against which the F. k A. M., Xo. 024, held Oct. 1, 1800, Arlitac from Impurities of the Blood, and bate, no matter whethei the question af- author pleads. These persons will argue the following resolutions were passed in from Functional Derangements. GEO.W. SWEARINGEN, PBCS. W. P. FREDERICK, CASH. fected him or not. And this, untlei-st.im- l, that the book is couched in language un- regard to the death of our worthy brothby both paities. lietween the lit for the eyes of virtue. I proclaim er and treasurer, A. W. Harrington. A DEAD SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN I two, hoiiois (Mini dishonors) aie pretty against such decision, for while its dic- Born Jan. 24, KM), died Sept. 20," 800, Cor. Sixth and Main Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. , PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. equally divided. tion is plain and to the point, it is never- aged (!0 years. CAPITAL $500,000. SURPLUS $12,500. Wiii'in: s, It has pleased our Speaking of Congress, it k not too theless well laden with truth, and veritv. D1RECTORS. Wm. P Otter. R. F. Halke. W T Gram, C. G Strate, John G. Roach. B Vf Wood. Fred Hoertr. much to say that the Congress of the when exposed to light in any garment and omnipotent Creator, whodoethnll A. 11. Usher, druggist, Cloverport. T. M. Mlmmo, drugs and gen. mdse., Custer. Iac W, Bemheim, Vf, W. Drummond, John Doerhoefer, James P. Curd, Heiiry llrockmin. Beard .t Heeler, druggists, Ilurdlnaburg A. B. Moms' A Son., general mdse.,Vig Spring Ciiited States has too many men of whatsoever, is incapable of doing harm, things well, to remove from our midst I'ays Intercit on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase and Sate ot Bonis. Solicits yeur Uustnew Win. Illlli gcueral mdse., (Jiirrctt. J. W. West, general store, Preston maiked inferiority included in jtH num- and is especially to be taught those in our worthy brother-- , A. AV. Harrington. flibson A Co.' general udte., Sample Ml'cboll & Rhodes, general mdse,, Rbodolla. T. A. Mlllor, general mdse., Stephensport. ber. One has lujt to visit it while in whom virtue resides, that they may be He was a faithful and devoted Chris- S. C Frank, general mdse., Mattlngly L. 0. mdie., S. M. Ilsnntnger. general mdse., West View. session to become convinced, or at least able to avoid the wretchedness and tor- tian, being a member of the M. E. Jonas Addisun, gcLejnlCuster. Addison Lyon, diuggist, A. A. IMchardson, general indno., Garfield. the hope, that in many in- ment which ignorance of the world may church, South, and steward of tho same, Mattlngly A liussol, general mdse., Lnymnn. Walker Board, gcnaral mdse., Holt. X-- Beeler, general mdse., Olendeane, h. Oreen, general mdse., Falls of Rough. stances a great main districts are mis- lead them into. It weie indeed much as well as a most worthy Mason, and Moorman W. X. Drury, general mdse., Ilenleyville. It. 11. Urushear, drugs It Is as pleasant to the taste as lomon groceries, Irvlngton. represented. Of lourse, there are on better if, instead of keeping the young proved his zeal for both institutions bv Adklsson Lydan, general mdse., Webster, syrup. W. 11. Ricfanrdion, Brandenburg. Tho smallest infant will take it and both sides of the House many able and and innocent in such profound ignor- his frequent and bountiful donations to W. K. Pool X Co., general mdse.. Constantino. Simonton Jc Halo, general mdse., I'ntesvllle. never know it is medicine. noble men who are a credit to their ance through extra endeavor to mystify each. And whereas, we feel his ab- Bland & Miller, general indse., Jolly. Children cry for it. Never fails to cure. State and country; but it is lamentably them as to nature's workings, they were sence and mourn his departure, may our Chills once broken will not return. The New Discovery. About the Devil. true that pel haps the majority aie not shown the wickedness of the world and loss bo Ins gain ; and may we all, like r"v??.nJml' na,f tn Price of othor Chill Tonics. our worthy deceased brother, ever be the ablest men. This state of all'aiis its fearful consequences. You havo heard your friends nnd A lazy man never causes the devil No qninine needed. No purgative will continue just so on as the political There are but few, am convinced, ready to bow in humble submission to neighbors talking about it. You may much uneasiness. needed. methods now prevalent in both paities who will accord to this criticism (ifl Him who rules and reigns. Therefore, yourself be one of the many who know Contains no poison. Cheaper than Tho devil works hard, but he never quinine. continue, dood men in many instances may designate this attempt with such a be it from personal experience just how good asks for a vacation. It purifies the blood andtemovesall n fuse to stand for elec tiou to any ollice, title) that spirit of liberality which VMrn?, That in his death this lodge a thing it is. If you havo ever tried it, Tho devil can make almost anything . malarial poison from the system. It ii as large as any dollar tonio an no matter how trilling, simply because should entail upon all discussions of like loses one of its most faithful and zealous you are one of its stauncliest friends, be, lie wants out of a loafer. RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. the "machine" must be oiled at an ex- nature, and I prognosticate that but a members, and Masons at large, a sub- causo tho wonderjul thing about it Kvil thoughts are seeds sprouting pense, always of "boodle," and most limited number would read it but for the stantial pillar. when once given a trial, Dr. King's which the devil lias planted. -W J3l A. generally of more or less JlefoheJ, That we extend to the wid- New Discovery ever after holds a place verv enticing title (as it has grown to be) Anything that hinders people from Iv B9sMEstiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVlrlsiiiiiiiiiiiBBiHriiiiVr hi the dirty, disgusting scrambles of at its head. If there be no merit what- ow and relatives of our deceased brother, in the house. If you have never used it becoming Christians, helps the devil. f imyilli. Him , Do. 11, 18&& rKia mtvKinm iaj., rsuii, icon, "practical polities," it thus generally ever in this article, it will nevertheless, our heartfelt sympathy. and should be nfllicted witli a cougln Hum's Horn. yurkjEiMiv A3kBs9B fud J own r your QroTc'i TtrH&f3BIB&!& fit To til atut I three pleated with the lot from jouChill wm h ippcns that the prize falls to unblushlienolml, thiough the intluence of its headlight, That these resolutions bo cold or any Throat, Lung or dies' last lutuaer. The i wire oeiicitiea wiin u. cart your Chill Tonio to toni children who were You havo all heard of the fellow who ing, impudent mediocrity, instead of be extensively lead The magical title, spread upon the secretary's books of trouble, secure a bottle at once and give pale anil wrthy tod etuMlated, hat Inf had cbronto chilli far moalhi peat, oue of Ihero for a jeer a ad "takes more papers than lie can read." modest, unassuming abilitv. I'ntil poli- "The Kreutzer Sonata," will, by its this lodge, a copy be furnished the it a fair trial. It is guaranteed overy within three weeka after Iki1qdIdi with the Chill Tonio thty were hale and heart, with red and roer ticians cease to bid for that element magnetism, attract even those verv widow, and the same bo sent to the time, or money refunded. Trial liottle Speaking of him tho Maysvillo DemoChki jl tutLad like a. charm. W. W. 8T1NS0. M. t. composing the balance of power, which good people who denounce the work, BiiKiKKxitiiKii: Nj;ws for publication Freo at G. AV. Short's, Cloverport, Ky. crat says: "Every newspaper man has J0 SAX.B UY at some time In his experience met the for years they have been educating up having heard of itbut who, like a silent M. . ") and' J. A. AVitt's, Hanlinsburg, Ky. KYI'lt, man who 'now takes more newspapers (ikoikii: IIaiinkd, to the point not to vote until I. ought, tippler, having once tasted and publicly Com nit. J V. MeaihirJ than lie can read.' He was in town last each year witnessing higher bids and deprecated intemperance, still finds the A Word from the Middle Man on week. Ho CLOVERPORT, KY. wiped his noso on nn awnhigher until the outlay is enormous, un- temptation so strong to drink again that the Tobacco Combination. The Tirat Step. ing, tried to blow out nn electric light at til there is a new order of things, we it is powerful enough to overthrow the tho hotel, failed to light his cigar on it, Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, To tiii: KniTOii of the News. maycpect no change for the 1m tier in moirtl influence of his own teachings, Single Track can't Bleep, can't think, ean't do any. Jknr Sir. As you nro a farmer's paid twenty-llv- o cents foi an nlmanac, the conduc t of public- alhiiis. and thus succumbing to his weakness, thing to your ninl vou wonfriend, I thought, through you, n goodly put a nickel in tho slot at tho The question, "How do you like steps behind the door to indulge his ap- der what ailn you. You Hhoulcf iieed the number of the yeomanry could be and kicked because tho mail didn't apWashington " was asked main times petite. VMirninj.', you are taking tho first step injwhile I was at home lately. In mother -x You need n reached. Enough of a combination has pear, ninted at the cashier of a bank be'lliere are not many who will under- to XervoiiH Prostration. Price, $17. letter some time I hope to give von take to champion the cause of such a Nerve Tonic and in Kloctric llittjrH you leaked out to tell the tulo of tyranny a cause it closed at 3 o'clock, and watched sf V .a. The leather, Workmanship and I'Inltli aro ol will Hud tlit exact remedy for reBtoriiiL' few Louisville and Cincinnati tobacco the clock Bign at Calvert's I lie VKUV . HKbT r. jewelry store, some diU'erences I have observed heie as production, first, because of its barrenyour nervouH Hywteiu tn its normal, SAVE MONEY IJY 1IUYINO DIRECT. existing between most of the persons I ness of embellishments, and second, be- healthy condition. SWM.M&jBrH Surprininij resultH men would impose on tho trade. They waiting for it to strike." A WBkSBV Wc can sell you meet and the pcoplo of Kentucky. The cause of the precedent made by the follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic nmrm it is to get the middle man out up. Harness from wisest thing for me now is to subscribe Postmaster (ieneral in prohibiting its and Alterative. Your appetite retuniH, and lessen tho expeiiBO to tho fanner. Orguiilrutlon the Ilumpily. eV MVJvisf good digestion is restored, nnd tho Liver Some better reason than this must up. Road from bo myself sincerely ours, Political parties must bo taught that transmission through the mails. Uy the and KidneyH remime healthy action. Try 8END FOR CATALOGUE. lioiiKiir K. Woods. way, it seems to me the role of Dictator a bottle. Price 50c. at (.. W. Short, concocted to gull any except the ver- tills government cannot bo safely run dant. If tho fanner has any better exclusively for tho benefit of the Now Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, AOME MANUFACTURING 00. Washington, I). 0. of Literary Pursuits but illy becomes the Ky. friend than the middlo man, or homo York banker nnd tho millionaire; that INDIANAPOLIS, IND. mighty Wanamaker, hardly as well as Twenty-thre- e Years in the Drug tobacco buyer, this scribe would like to tho grent producing interests are licing Dictator of Flections. mined by tho financial policy of our Business. Dunning by Mail. sco him. AVliere is the homo buyer country Hut to the subject. The author has, and that demonetization of I have b.'cn a druggist tvventy-tlue- e It is a good thing to know tho law, who has followed tho trade exclusively silver at tho timo the our grontcst need like some others, allowed his convictions of yours, and have sold all the patent medays tho Atlanta Constitution. Tho oth- for tho last ten years, with money was nil unpardonable crime, bringing to carry him beyond the point of neces! icines which are known in this country, sity in senne of his statements, and has, er day Mr. David Inane, of Hunter's enough left to pay his funeral expenses? rain and untold iSniery to thousands, I have never and can truthfully say that in my opinion, erred in some particu-bus- , Point, N. Y., Kent a circular through tho AVhero has tho money gone? If the blightiug t'HbhopcsJiind withering tho known a remedy for Itlood Diseases of energies of,nn indufltHc5us"ooplo. Our being, without doubt, too severe. mail dunning a debtor and calling him farmer lias not got it, tho Louisville and last nnd only hopo "hpvv is iff tho thormore value than N. K. S. (Swiff Spea dead beat. The debtor read tho circu- Cincinnati trade lias. The farmer has and making erroneous comparisons in Furniture in ough organization of tho farmers. of our cific). Mr. A., a customer, was troubled several instances. AVo must not, how- lar, employed a lawyer, and had Isaac hod two chances to dispose of his tobao- - country. Cor. American Grango Bulwith on eruption of the skin on the back endless varieever, conclude from this that the book, nrrcHted. The prisoner laughed whon co; if lie could not get his price at letin. of his hands, and had in vain sought retaken into custody, but ho grow serious home, ho hud the right to ship, and alty. I nm now lief of the best local medical talent, also because of its plainness ami imperfecTho average "armor, of Colorado will tions, should be relegated to that class of when ho found that ho had violated n ways had. Now tho clique wants to "bid "threadbare tariff back nt my old not listen to tho of Mime of the most noted specialists in federal statute and was liable to a fino of him of the homo market and comNew York, mid as a lost resort spent literature to which the Postmaster Gen5,000, 'or live years imprisonment, or pel him to ship, whether ho wants to or haranguo witli as much credulity and stand and resome months in Paris, France, under eral has assigned it, but should estimate patienco hi the futuro'us ho bus in tho treatment of tho physiciafis there, and how much of true worth tho work con- both. At last accounts ho was trying to not, to a merciless combination, which, past. lid luis como to conclude that prosecure bail. There are, doubtless, other fed on high salaries, will require the tection that clb5a not protect is a mock- spectfully solicit had secured only temporary relief. Af- tains and, by comparison, form judgter all this treatment ho was linnllv business men as ignorant of tho law as last pound of flesh, Tho only way out ery nnd"n' fraud. ' If there ia anything on tho patronage of ment as to its retention or exclusion. cured, sound and well, by Swift's Mr. Isaac. This brief item may keep of the trouble is smaller crops and letter artli that needs protection theso days it the public JlO.NA FlPK. 's fanu produce. Deliver Field and them out of trouble, and yot a business tobacco. Middle Mas. Another customer, Mr. II., had Miller-e- d '" 2Vmn. man who is foolish enough to insult a for many years with Wood Poison, HoHaiil: "My love, I am horry to and thought ho had been cured by t debtor on a postal card, or in a circular, No uso of experimenting further when you about tho picnic, hut my treatment, but tho disease retrotter has a Inmo foot." That's noth- should be mado to stiller for it. Com- ;0. 0. C. Certain .Chjll turned, accompanied by rhoumatism of ,1s guaran-tee- d a bad type. A dozen small bottles of ing! We've- got plenty of Salvation Oil. mercial Gazette. Agents Wanted I to ctp:o Chills and Fever, and is .S. S. 8. mado a ixirfcct and lasting cure. ClRCOLUU FMB. v Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Tho Detroit Prchrt Fiend has Quinine racks tho nerves, "0. 0. 0. take.-Spl- d'by to W. S. Dksasway, Old Fort, J". C. GAf. Short. Inn llirwiltr'i taftur iUlo ItsUtn been punning on Dr. UuIPh Cough Certain O'biH Cure," racks Malaria and nlronawuyKl"imlucltm. tin? Treatise on Wood and fikin JDiseases fp.m I to C. Lion tmrMownrr-lmtSyrup. Hiif i'h only gratitude, for all Chills. No cure, Yu pay. Sold by G. mailed free. r,rrlitiJi boim' Iwl. irna ttcrote buy your 601100b books from dad-daGj- :. it utaiuM In ly loMnif tint Mcklat Stvii-- r HexcmcCo., Atlanta, flu. The thinking men know its merilH. Kx. "aini.14 that win tti .i7 rlli lei W. Short. - Uranttir fi;.(o, Ilcllj, Itltk. If you want Queensware at reduced prices, call on JOHN D. BABBAOE. pa-pa- The Kreutzer Sonata. Mn. KntTon. I wish to impose upon your readers, through youin, presenting a few Ideas in regard to 'a highly abused book, and I hopo you will gratify the wish by their publication. Not long since I had the pleasure Vf reading the Kreutzer Sonata, and have since that time, nnd even before its perusal, read several criticisms of the lwok, LINCOLN'S MELANCHOLY. 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