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Ir sociation differs greatly in different minds energy, nil our desires, will bo concenOf course thos4 havingHhtgreatest host' trated upon tliis course, nnd conseof images at command will gain tho quently our ndvanecnicnt, bo it great or AN IS9AV BT W. F. PaTK. greatest syinmetry or dissimilarity, nstho small, will bo in that direction. True, i S'jionkinj,' from tlicslnntlpoint of litera- caso may be. If an ideal of tho former is wo may" not reach our goal; perhaps ture or mbrtf properly from thnt of cul- reached it will bo a source of instruction this is seldom done in highly imaginature, vd think 'that it ,wfauhl bo much and admiration, if of tho latter, a source tive minds J hut by thus having n fixed W mbro tlifilcult lo say in what way tho of captivation and enjoyment. Imagina- point to travel towards, even if we be1 writing of this essay would not benefit tion penetrative differs from imagination come weary on tho w;ny nnd fall into that us than to nanio tho advantages 'to lie associative, in tho fact that if does not 'everlasting sleep that sooner or later The onljr Certain and Uflectiial Cnro for .Chills and Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, gained. Among tho most important aids deal w tk tho combination of things, but must overtake all, wp will undoubtedly lllllom and Malarial FeTer, Dumb Ague! that a student derjvc8from a discussion iiicoinprehendliig thohi, and in dealing arrive much nenror tho much sought for Hwamp Fovor and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. of this kind, wo would mention tho pow with their separato conceptions. The pnzo than if wo started nimlessly and Perfectly liannle., contains no Arc-nler of investigating a subject in a logical character of this form of imagination is without nny fixed object in view. or Otiliilnc andean bo Riven to tlie most dollcate person with perfect Barety. i All the faculties of' tho soul are amenand systematic way; an increase of voca- that it does not stop at the external part A ft Tonic for Tired Feeling, Low of . Apbulary and general knowledge, n limited of images, but plunges'' inio the central able to tho influences of culture, nnd petite, Headache, Nervous repression end ow Spirits originating from Malaila, Itbtands idea of tho wholo matter of psychology fiery heat, consuming tho substance it this culture must bo attained bv a ione and without a Parallel. as well as that of imagination, tho Im- comes in contaol with and'then working method ; and furthermore, tho results of 81.00 lKI033f by Ihvggl'ii Uottlo. provement in our style of writing, Sold ffrn trail y. the outward from this central starting point. this method of tho cvplution nnd perfecC. MENDENHALL & CO., J. cultivation of lovo for literary' work, and John ltuskin describes it as, "Tho open tion of imagination will depend upon ' nu rnoruxTOHS, originality in our work. sesamo of a huge, obscure, endless envo, tho philosophic adaptation of the meth v. a. a. ErANsrzrzE, Naturally tho first thing claiming our with incxhaustiblo treasures of pure od of culture to tho desired end antl also SOLD AND WARRANTED BY attention is tho definition of imagination, gold scattered in' it.'1 It it this form of 'upon tho skill and )ersoveranco with a-which Hill defines other nuthortt giving iniaginati&n that gives life to the writings 'which tho chosen methods nro practicalW substantially tho same as tho soul's pow- of an author, although many times., it is ly carried out. Any systematic edu er to recombino representative ideas--. obscure, interrupted and1 rinystcrious. cator, miy deep thinker, will readily as From this definition we can easily see Imagination contemplative is not the certain that there aro hvo distinct kinds OF tiiat imagination is a synthetic process, essence of faculty, but is only a habit by of culture, general and special. Many lias no power to originato tho elements which a person may regard an object or pcrsoils do not nppeaj1 to rccognizo this SX. it uses, 'mid is creativo only in tho souse an idea, and. by this first or primitive special imagination, and consequently that itrfcan' bring into oxistenco new conception may bo led to employ other wo hear them speak qf somo individual wliolesout of tho materials supplied by conceptions yarying in particulars, but in that has no imagination simply because the other faculties of the soul. tho whole conforming to the original Ills imagination docs not run in tho Capital Stock $25,000. ' Tho sphere of imagination is much impression. "Matiy persons have"galnod' snmo channel with their own, or bemore oxtensivc than that of most of the popularity by this form of imagination,, cause he docs not possess a general imB. F. BEARD, President. other powers of the soul, and perhaps by tho felicitous power of drawing from agination. He may hjivo his own pecuWILL MILLEU, tho best way to get some idea of it is to memory who could not originato a liar field of imagination, and that may M. II. li BAUD, Cashier. bo especially fertile. Gladstone says compare it witli somo of them. Memdry thought entirely their own. (t. V. beard The activity of imagination is purely nnd truly, too that we are becoming MORRIS "KSKRIDaE, Direct n. gives us actual things and deals only with tho past, while imagination pre- psychical and depends upon certain con- more of specialists ovqry day. ConseR. M. JOLLY. J sents to us the ideal and deals with the ditions which may bo divided into three quently if persons in every vocation of future as well as tho past. Perception classes, tho presence of images, a decided life nro becoming specialists more nnd exhibits tho object to us. Imagination tendency of tho mind and a voluntary more, imagination, tho pilot thnt directs Tho presence them in their meanders, must of necesconceives tho thought, not as actual, but activity of tho mind. as ideal. Imagination differs from judg of images, although entirely different sity becomo more spgpial. Itecognizing CONSUMPTION COUGH OR GOLD ment in tliis respect, that the latter deals from phantasy, depends to a great de- tliis thought, we nro' bound to confess with tho relations of things as actually energies of this power, that the education must be BRONCHITIS Throat Affccticn existing, while imagination measuies gree upon tho dull minds few nnd some adapted to tho calling'pl the special and individual. consequently in Wasting of Flush ideal objectsr- - Keasoning reaches only times no images at all aro formed. In Moreover, this special cultivation ought SCROFULA those truths and facts found in its vicin- the narrow and what aro often called to be based upon tho general, as all speOr any Dtsento teUsre the Throat and lung$ are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Xerv ity, using no now material, but merely "cranky" rnindsonlyn certain kind of cial knowledge should have a groundrouter, you can be relieved and Cared by expanding und placing together the pre- images nro presented. In higher and work of general knowledge. To ilius-trat- o v sent elements, while imagination admits proircrly developed minds many and this, ho who woifld develop the poof no such limitation. Imagination may various kinds of images are created. In etical imagination mupt study tho mas' . exist to a high degree where tasto is al- all active minds images are being almost terpieces of poetry antl music, tho work most wholly wanting, as" in tho case of constantly formed, nnd if these images of such men as Shakespeare and Beeth. ijoine of our poets and prose writers. were not acted upon by some force they oven; ho who would JMiltivnte the pic' . Knowledgo and imagination do not al would become stagnant and tho result torial imagination, the works of our ,H OF PURE COD LIVER OIL ways exist together, for frequently we would bo reverie, a good examplo of greatest sculptors and painters; ho who find a man who has great learning and which you may see almost ayn warm would cultivnto the philosophical imagiWith Hypophosphltes. very little imagination and tho reverse is afternoon in tho 'dreamers" who sit nation, tho works of our best philosoPALATABLE AS MILK. equally true. A more preciso idea of on the benches at Fountain Square in phers, astronomers and geologists, as Emulelon, and let no ea. Aik for Scott's ls planatlon or tollcltatlon Induce you 1m these differences already indicated may Cincinnati, and permit their ideas to Franklin, Newton, Dana and tho accept a tubttltute. ; nnd so on, in every department bo obtained by illustration, and for this drift aimlessly through consciousness. Sold by all Druggists, purpose wo will select an object familiar The force that acts upon theso images of life the imagination should he eduSCOTT & BOVHE, Chemists, N.Y. to most of us. On my journoy hoine a and gives them a current is called a cated for tho end in viqw'. No power of the soul can claim more few months ago, and while in Cincinnati decided tendency of tho mind nnd the I visited the Art Musem. Then I noted current thus provided, if of the highest in regard to limits nnd capacity than imthe beautiful hill On which it is located, order as found in our greatest poets and agination. As St. Augustine has tho size, form and tho location of the authors, is called genius, or if extisting tho nature of God as a circle building, the broad stono steps leading in a less degree, talent. This current of whoso center is everywhere and whoso up to the entrance, and when inside the tho mind is not left to wander aimlessly circtlmfercnco is nowhere, 60 might a building, tho magnificent sculptures, tho onward, but by voluntary activity of the similar description bo given for the limiwhich when grand paintings, tho aimors of ancient mind is conducted into the channels tation of imagination, boldiers, and tho excellent display of marked out for it by its owner. In oth worded would rend thus: Tho sphere geological specimens and Indian relics,. er words, imagination can bo directed, of imagination is u solid whose center is That was the power of preception. Sit- and upon this guidanco to a great degree the soul of nn individual and whose radius is infinity. ting now at my table I recall tho sceno depends tlio success of 'tho individual. We now approach a very Interesting Wo now approach the practical part to my mind and by tho power of conHas removed and will be found over F. N Should I part of our themo its classification; of this discussion the uses of imaginaception replaco the absent. D'JIuy's Jowlery Store, where I will be pleasbo so fortunate as to visit this in tho and following what we believe to bo tho tion. All persons admit that imaginaed to see all o'd and new customers. All work in iny line of business will have future I would know it, or should I in best authority, wo have divided imagi- tion is important in tho realms of art, pn mpt attention. the night by somo mysterious power be nation into three kinds scientific, artis- but how few moderate thinkers notice I will at any timo mnko Views to order. carried to the-- place on, awakening in tic, and ethical. Scientific imagination its use in tho common walks of lifo! PICTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. tho morning I would recognize it. This is that form of imaginative activity Ono use is the pure enjoyment it affords N. B. Old Pictures copied "and onlnrgcd. istho power of memory. As I sit and which searches for tho true relation of to children and also to man, though perRemember the new place o'f business Is over reflect upon my visit, I begin to estimate things. When this activity, guided by haps to a less degree. How mnny hours F. N. D'llUY'S, Jewelry Store, tho probablo ilistanco of this museum tho intellect, attempts to realize tho re have wo in our childhood, and indeed in Cloverport, Ky. from tho heart of tho city, its height lations between timo and space, between our mature years, been amused by our compared with that of tho other build geometrical and numerical quantities, it air castles and day dreams I Tliis kind BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM ings in Cincinnati and also with that is known as mathematical; when it of amusement is perfectly innocent and of tho building which I now seo. This tries to combine natural forco for tho harmless when indulged in moderately. Still accomplishment of somo purpose or cud, Not only is it harmless, but often it is of calls into play the judgment. in my meditations, I proceed to as in tho caso of inventors, it is called immenso benefit to persons, driving calculate the number of acres in the mechanical ; nnd when in order to real- away their troubles, taming their tem grounds and the height of tho building ize tho relation of cause and effect and pers, and doing much to form a sweet, in feet, thus exercising tho power of searches after natural causes trying to amiable disposition, besides being a conlc reasoning. And now becoming almost explain phenomena, it is called philo- stant sourco of cultivation to tho imagifor catalogue. TERRY M'F'G OO., Nashvillc, Tenn. buried in my contemplations, I sweep sophical. As an example of the latter, nation. Another of its most common away, in thought, this museum and wo could not mentiona better than Ben- uses is the lightening of life's burdens. Every boy who has been raised on tho its grounds, and replaco it by another jamin Franklin. ! I in 'r mrpuiir sirr more imposing and grand with grounds si, ftntl tu litirtttluv our uuei(i Hill defines artistic imagination as farm can call to mind hundreds of hot, riir yuMla t will mt UKK ft,) Ututr IH'iiX lu entli 1,'Hitllrr, infinitely more beautiful. Walks and that form of"imaginativo activity in sunny afternoons, when the timo glided - Onlr tlitM Hho Miilit tint tf oik ran malt over which' tho end is to realize such rela- glibly by, whilo he, under the influence drives of marbles aro scattered t Hirst All trail tli inij- V! W K IB M HBT7 tt tnnit inriii Ik to fts return i' to mow pur its thousands of acres of grounds, which tions as will give pleasure to our icsthct-i- c of imagination, was following tho plow. mil tlvttliwit fi aroundTtur llivbr you ml aro covered with trees nnd flowers of nature under tho guidanco of sensibil- Sometimes he would, in thought, be a M0R Jfnnlnr rf IliU ailrertUtmnil howt tlt mall rnd of tht lr intcrspsrsed h'ero ity. When this Imagination deals with rich farmer, owning his hundreds of overy description, cop. TtiO ftUowloc cut fflvci ib praucf of irducs-- l and there with crystal lakes upon whoso emotional language in such u way as to acres of hind and numbers of beautiful silvery surfaces lloat birds of various create and satisfy our emotions, it is horses nnd cattle, then again tlio propriatH.ut tit' fiftieth part of It bulk. It U a fTnd, doubt tUa Ul a ' a oiw.a Nr r to rrnW. W w III aUo ihow you bow you kinds. In tho center of these grounds culled poetical, nnd may bo cither in the etor of somo largo school, planning nnd IWHF slF ran niakafruM U7 srait iiviiiimiHinnHH. f our t UitT writ at otic. W nay all t iprcia chargf i stands tho Museum itself, covering acres form of poetry or music. Indeed, it is vexing hirasulf with the grading1 nnd mt, Auarvsi.ll IIAbl'bt l avu.! uua OOU hvututvt of land and towering high in tho heavens. this same form of emotional activity that teaching," sometimes a most promising I ascend the steps, cntor the building discloses tho inner naturo of our great young lawyer, standing before tho jury BULL'S Ifacilitates Teething aoand there is displayed before mo in long poets, and has raised such writers as and pleading earnestly for tho life' of regulates tna uowois. i BDr. syrup: all drucglsts. jTioejocis. rows neatly arranged tho most wonder- Shakespeare, Milton and Longfellow to somo unfortunate brother, nnd in this ful work of man. Sculptures of tho immortality. Then again, this imagi- way lie would do n hard day's work Greek Gods, tho Sybils, tho Muses, tho native activity may bo controlled by without hardly being conscious of, tlio (Continued on Fourth I'age.J most beautiful paintings, ancient and to represent feeling, nnd led modern dress of every description, specinnd lines nnd also colors. This is Wo'vo heard of n woman wlip said she'd mens of all animals, seaorterrestrail, pot- called pictorial imagination, and many .walk fivo miles to get a bottlo of Dr. tery from every nation on ourcarth togeth-erwit- h of us remember having seon a good exPierce's Favorite Prescrlntioil if sho an indescribable display from our ample in the person of I'rof. French. couldn't get if without. That woman has sister planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars, This department of imagination has a I ? CurcsCough?, Colds, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and distant very wido range, being recognized in all jtried it. And it's a medicine which W Bronchitis, Croup, xscptuno meet my bewildered gaze. makes Itself felt in toning up tho system unities of people, from tho lowest barba and correcting irregularities as soon as its Whooping Asthma, f I1 Incipient Imagination now hits tho field to herself, rian to tho most highly embellished uso is begun. Consumption, and re-J? I I sO she is unlimited Und unrestrained. As forms of civilized life. If imaginative a dollar, get a Go to your drugstore, pay bottle and try ry n lioros Consuraptiw) beforo noticed, imagination is creativo activity busies itself with tho collection persona. PricoSJScts. At nil druggists. second, a third if necessary1. Beforo tho only in a limited senso, and in this reof masses of matter for constructional thinl One's boon taken you'll know tha. spect it has thrco distinct functions, as- purposes, as in tho building of imposing BUY YOURSOIIOOL BOOKS FROM BAB-BAthere's a romedy to help you. Then E. sociative, penetrative and contemplative. mansions, tho construction of temples, you'll kecp'on nnd'U'cu'ro'H come. But d These wo will distuasin their nnd tho spanning of our natural water ,if you shouldn't'fcci tho" help, should VUIK Nh mi"fe. bo order. When wo seo nnd SfflsJ IWM.INolKI is called disappointed in tlio routes by imiironso bridges, it "iWBVKr 'Until W.lebl results you'll find a h.vvortiiaiuu.uu. ut any material object, wo get an architectural imagination. Jwilchln tb world. I'trfKl guaranteo printed on tho bottle-wrapptiuickccpr WtrranttdbcAT, idea of it in two different ways, ono kind Tho last of tho three varieties of imag- that'll gob your IftOllD oolu iMinnus inonoy back for you. Jilolli UdUa'audf tut f tlxtl, of our knowledgo existing in a verbal ination, ethical, is that form of imaginaFwllti works aDoTc.sts of How many women nro thcro who'd raaual Ttlu riHOMlii Oil secure oa form, as in regard to its weight and tive activity in which tho end is to real- Irather have tiie money than 'cacti locality can bealth? riV.A. torcthtr with our larva and another kind existing in ize an ideal of character and conduct 'aoU valuable llncoflloil.eh.lil IH bAsBssjHsVX rnmikli.. Tbeeo aanolea. aa well ,And "Favorite Prescription" produces Nii'"aTTihi watch, an SYee. All tha work rok a visiiblo form, as its color and Bhapo. such as will satisfy tho convictions of health. Wdnder is thnt there's a woman ead do U to ahow what wo send tou to thoee who call joul Now from a collection ol theso images? conscience under tho guidanco of tho willing to'silffer rrler.de and nelfhboraand thoee about tou that elwajl reeulta when thoro's a guaranteed In valuable trade forue, which bolda rorytara when once aUrtld, imagination may select any impressions will. This form is indeed useful, for remedyjin tlio nd Ihua wo era repeal, wo par all eipreee, rreiiui, ok. AU.r ncarestfdrug store. tou know an, If ywi would Ilka to to lo work for ua. rou ca. ear. (rora SSK0 to M per week and upward!. Addraaa, received, add other foreign ones to these, upon it, to a great degree, depends tho tttlu.au OS Co., Box MIX, l'u riiuau, sasit. arrange and rearrange them until it forms course of n person's future. If our e'th- Dr. Pierco 8 Pellets reirulato tho Stom. . 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IX WOIi ALSO OTJ3Z3B BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. .&. IiAlBIBAtGE, "Attorney at Uw, courthouse Hardinsburg, Ky. C. C. MARTIN, DRuaaiST. r Clovorport, NEXT DOOR BELOW TOST OFFICE. Ky . ..I . , .1 ,, 1 JJftlll,,,,.., . """" m" HARDINSeURG DEPARTMENT. urn m i'i " r"' " "' v.c. y BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Hon. John Young Brown at Hardinsburg. WEDNESDAY, OCTOUKIt 22, 1890. JNO. D.BABBAQE I, 81. Ii. & T. Local V. (J.IJAHHAUi: - Editor Agent L Corrcsp'nt IP1 H. Time Cnril. 10.05 a.m. -- 11.07 Mall and Express going East i West " East Expreu J a.m. Local Freight " " Eitit Weit Wet 6.58 p.m. - 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. .m. -- 10.05 TO OUK COlinrSPONDCSTS. Get the news and get all the new and From Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. FOR CONGRESS A. B. MONTGOMERY. OwenslKiro Hon. John G. Carlisle will speak at next Monday nt 1:!!0 p. in. Hos. Jack Hcndrick, of Fleming seems to be in the lead for conn-l- y, l. Attorney-Genera- The total population of tins State of Kentueky, accordiiif,' to the recent eon- si f, is l,W5,4!l(l. 1ms of GroniiR W. been nominated by the Kopuhlioaiis of this distriet for Congress, and he will accept. There was n large ciowd in town last Monday. Mrs. J. 11. Buzby is visiting relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Eliza Taylor, Kosetta, was in the city last Monday. Mr. G. 1'. Jolly is at home for a few days from Owenslwro. Itev. J. C. l'etrio is holding a protracted meeting at Webster. Mr. Itliubcn Miller, of Clovcriort, was in the city last Friday. lion. Lafayette Green, Falls of Hough, was in the city Monday. Mrs. Charley Miller and Mrs Kate Beard arc visiting in Big Spring. Mrs. W. 11. Stith has gone. to Owens-borto remain several months. Hook, Miller & Co are turning out some very fine flour from their new mill. Mrs. I.izze Kincheloe has been in the city visiting her son, Mr. A. X. Kincheloe. John MeGary has Rold the personal property out on Ids farm, and is preparing to move to town. Mr. Charley Pumphrcy who has been helping his fatherat West Yiew, returned to Uiuisville last Monday. o, reproach uion the Democrats of the Second district to allow the defeat of Capt. Kllis for C'on- - It would be a prent Hotel in Syninio, X. Y., Tin: burned hist Wednesday nuiht, and twen-- t live lives were lost in the burninn building!- The Criminal docket in the Circuit ('urt now in sowion at Hardinshurjj, Our a wars to be unusually lhdit. unity seems to be pretty clear of vioat present. lent Cm. John Young Broun had an ovation at Hardinsburn Monday. He captured the Democrats body, soul and dragoon, and put our Itepublican friends to (light. They couldn't stand the tarill" racket. Solid facts as Col. Itrown puts t icm are hard to get over. YA'r print on our first page an essay wntteii by our young friend and V. Frank I'ate, now attending college at Lebanon, )., and read before his class of 1.10 students in psychology. It is a splendid paper, well written, full of thought and worth the reading. coun-t.Miia- n, In -, wvent statement gi en the Chicago Vows, by Foster, .Sevens it Co., noted hardwaie merchants of Grand Kapids, Mich., axes, saws, glass, lead, tin, zinc, etc., have advanced from 10 to 100 oreont. The reasons set forth in com- ''ie statement are that trusts and bines have been formed on all these within the last four commodities mouths. There is now but one ax com-pniin the Cnited States, with headquarters at Pittsburg. There are only companies. The increased two hand-saprice of tin is given as a result of the Mi Kinley bill. Although not a box of tin is made in this country, the price has declined from Slo to $4.7" a box since the war, but within the last four months it has advanced steadily, with hi other cause but the one named. This is only a beginning. With such advances in mere prospect of the passage of the bill, what are we to expect siini- the bill has become a law? The prices of clothing, especially the cheaper qualities that the laborers have to use, an to be greatly increased. The poor m in who wishes to build a bouse for shelter, must pay an extra price for window glass in order to build up new in Pittsburg where the millionaires can make more on their invest-lu- i nts. Shall the next National Con-gn.- s be made of the same material as tin- last one? We think the farmer and tb laborer will sav no in November. i) man-ufiirtnr- Xotick. Iluy your fruit trees, shrubs, etc., at the Hardinsburg Xurseries. Zack Giikkx, Manager. Dr. (ieo. I). Parkcs, of McKinney, Texas., and Miss Cora Meador were married at llevvleyville, last evening at (' o'clock. McCracken it Co. are doubling their forces on the Falls of Hough branch, and hope to have it completed before bad weather sets in. The following is a list of the grand jury: Taylor Hanks, foreman ; William llutler, Jas. 1). Lewis, Thos. Payne, Jas., Itishop, Minor Compton, Lewis Waggoner, John T. Patterson, Thos. O. Hyun Gerald Foote, Peter laislie, Geo. Glasscock, C. F. lllack, Fjife Miller, H. C. Moredock ami W. C. McCoy. Mr. John Much Koadiimster on the L. II. & W. It. H. while attempting to put on the brakes on the passenger train last Friday fell between the cars, and had his arm badly fractured. He was taken to the Huckeby Hotel here and Dr. Mosely called in. His arm was so badly torn up that amputation was necessary. Drs. Mosely, Kincheloe and Hays, of this city and Dr. J. T. Owen, of Clover-por- t, performed the operation last Saturday. The arm was taken oil' just above the elbow. Mr. Much is during well at this writing. Mr. Wm. Miller came down from Frankfort Monday. He is well pleatsetl with his position as member of the Constitutional Convention, and thinks he will be there until the spring times comes again. Mr. Miller is not participating in any of the debates that are going on in the Convention, but he is a close observer and hopes to be prepared to vote right when the questions are submitted. He favors the law changing. the property rights of married women and will vote for it. Mr. Wiliam Allen is oil the sick list. Preaching nt the Bapist Church Sunday. Jim Bland is out with his assessment papers. Chas. Drury, Bcvvloyville, spent Sun, day in town. Miss Mary Pusey, Louisville, was at homo Sunday. Mr. W. II. Hichardson was in Louisville, Sunday. Miss Maggie Green was nt home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Lawrence Lewis, of Louisville, was in town Sunday. Mr j! S. Morcman was at homo Irom Corydon, last Sunday. Miss Bertie Richardson was tho guest of Miss Lillian Lewis, Sunday. Mason McMonigle, Louisville, was at homo Sunday to see his parents. C. P. Babbnge, Cloverport, was in town Monday with his line of groceries. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McGehee were in in Louisville a few days last week. Thomas Kingsly, of Indiana, has just completed A. Ditto a very fine barn. Messrs. A. W. Moreinan and P. K. Malin made n trip to Ashland, Ky., last week. T. E. Ditto and wife arrived from Cumberland Gap, to bo with his father in his illness. 9 The seeding of wheat is about over in this section of the county. Good seed was very scarce, and brought from $1 to $1.10. t " ' J. A. McGehee, Esq., was the first to purchase a barrel of salt from the new works. Miss Lillian Lewis has returned home from a visit to Miss Eva Corrigan, nt Guston. Prof. Frank MeAuliHeand wife, Clover-por- t, Bient Saturday and Sunday at his father's. Mr. J. K. Ditto and wife nre visiting their daughter, Mrs. X. E. Rees, Columbus, Ohio. A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist Church the first Sunday in next month. The Snlfc Company are preparing to pump all of their wells to increase the water supply. The "Sunnv South Show gave to exhibitions at the river last Friday and Saturday nights. Mr. Joe Green, Louisville, spent Sun day in town witli his grandmother, Mrs. M. 0. Green. Mr. Lee Howell, Midway, Ky., and Miss Ella Bell were married Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Miss Blanche Bell, a most charming young lady from Hot Springs, Ark., is visiting the Misses Woolfolk. Joe Wilkerson (colored) has made a base violin that would do to go among the curiosities at the World's Fair. F. I). Hulhert has resigned his place on the "Meade Xews" to accept a position with the "Xew Albany Tribune." Since II. C. Woodson opened up a How's This ? harness shop, he has done a rattling We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward good business. Henry is a hustler, and for any case of Catarrh that can not be makes everything go that he tackles. cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Prof. Scott's wife has made quite a F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. beautiful piece of crayon work from a J. Cheney We, the undersigned, have known for the last 13 years, and F. be- lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, anil financially able to carry out any obligations made by their linn. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, Wuldigg, Kinnau & MarToledo, O. vin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75' per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. photograph of herself, which shows that she has considerable taste and art in that line. The new Salt Work's run out their first salt last Wednesday. They havo quite an extensive plant, sufiicent to make 100 barrels per day if their water supply is great enough, Gratifying To All. The high position attained and tho universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, is tho most excellent laxative known, illustrate the value of the qualifies on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to tho California Fig Syrup Company. STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Celia Miller is very ill at this Tin: discovery and exposition of the scheme woiked by the Itepublican leaders to colonize the doubtful states with Southern negroes before the next election is a bombshell in the Itepublican rai.ks. The work began as early as May lssit, and the plan originated in the brain of llaniol Mel), l.indsey, of North Carolina, a man skilled In such vork as his rei 'rd shows. The plan is to send several thousand negroes from North Carolina into West Virgina, Indiana and Connecticut in time for them to vote in "November IMC. Mr. l.indsey wrote to Itepublican Congressmen from each of the states, setting forth his plans and thev met with approbation in every inHe also addressed Chairman stance. Quay and received great encouragement; but Quay seemed doubtful about the party Hnances being sullicient to materialize the plans, and advised the enlistment in the work of manufacturers in In one of his letters ho reHaiti stales. fers l.indsey to Stephenson, Mullin & Co at l'ramwell, AVest Va., where he says 200 colored families can he employed. Gen. Many other firms are mentioned. reports the Itepublican treasury Dudley empty and advises Quay's plans. Mr. Lindsey, it seems, is secretary of the Southern Emigration Company, and is engaged in finding homes for the negroes. In 1887 ho took a crowd of negroes to East Orange, X. J., in time of a local labor trouble, and was driven out Ho is a very of town with brick-batconspicuous character in the South. The. letters written between the projectors of this colonization scheme arc very interesting reading, and displays more fully than has ever been done the crookedness and cussedness of the present administration. Harrison seems involved In the scheme as an advisory member. Cure Indigestion, Illllouinen, Dyspepsia, Mala. Tin. Kerrouiiieu. and General Debility. I'rmJ- clani recommend It. All dealers tell It. Genuine fcsj trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper writing. Mr. Iiu Uoberts went to Louisville last week. Miss Xor.i Hall, of Hardinsburg, who have been attending the Owensboro fair, are visiting Mrs. Mrs. Jane Brooks and .John Bennett this week. Little Dickie Bassctt, aged ten years, son of Mrs. Nannie Bassctt, died of heart disease last week. His funeral was preached here by Hev. Cox, of Hardinsburg, after which his remains were convex cd to Preston for interment. 0, who can fathom the depth of a mother's grief o'er the loss of a darling child t No more will she hear that dear, familiar voice, or the little foot-fawhen coming in at eve. But blessed are those who die e're they become tainted with the impurities of this sinful world. In bis narrow bed, his lips attuned to the songs the angels sing, he sleeps to awaken in the land of the blessed. ll The Apple Industry of Meade County. Meade county is recognized by fruit men as ono of tho finest fruit regions in Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. George II. Gregory and family, for themselves, and on behalf of the dear boy who has "gone to rest," desire to return thanks to the kind friends who came so readily and tendered with so much sympathy their aid and comfort to poor Peter Dean in his great misfortune and ministered to him in his dying hours. Tho family in their bereavement hold in precious memory the kindness of their neighbors and friends. Gko. II. GitKoonv, C. A. Giikoouv, G. F. Dkax. B4fT BROWN'S IRON BITTERS When Ilabr wa ilclc, we gate her Cattorla. When aha was a Child, ahe cried for Castorla. Whin alia became Miss, ahe clung to CaAtorl. When ahe hod Children, ahe gare them Caitorla. Kentucky, and for somo fruits, particularly apples, the most prolific in tho United States. It has been only within a few years that the farmers living in daring character, and suspected of sevewhat is known as "Tho Barrens," in ral robberies recently committed in FulMeade county, began to realize that they ton. had fortunes in the peculiar loamy soil of that legion, with its sub-soof stiff, sticky yellow clay nt n depth of three to five feet. The soil grows any fruit naIf you have mado up your mind to buy tive to this latitude and grows it freely, Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to take hut the apple industry is rapidly outany other. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is a peculiar stripping all others, and tho yield of tho medicine, possessing, by vlrtuo ot its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, orchards is something astonishing. The business has been held in check until curatlvo power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who know what sho wanted, within a few years past for lack of shipand wboso cxamplo Is worthy Imitation, tells ping facilities, but they have a railroad fcer experience below: now and are beginning to inuko use of it. Hardly a beginning has been made in tho direction of testing tho productive capacity of the territory, but from a' "In ono storo where I went to buy Ilood'a Sarsaparllla tho clerk tried to lnduco mo buy eompaiativcly small acreage of orchard their own Instead ot Hood's; ho told mo tliclr'a in the county 100,000 barrels of apples would last longer; that I might tako It on ten were gathered and shipped last year. days' trial; that It I did not llko It I need not They sold at an average rate of $1.25 a pay anything, etc. But ho could not prevail ort me to change. 1 told him I knew what barrel, thus distributing tho neat sum of Hood's Sarsaparllla was. I had taken It, was ?lLo,000 among the fruit growers of "The satisfied with It, and did not want any other. Barrens," which is tho homo of tho apple. Tho crop is not so largo this year, but prices are nearly double. Tho o apples for market uro tho Pippin When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and the Roman Beauty, and thousands I was feeling real miserable, suffering u great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak of new trees of theso varieties wero set that at tlmcsl could hardly stand. I looked, out this year in that region. And still and bad for somo tlmo, llko a person In conthoy havo hardly begun to fill up tho ld mo so sumption. Hood's Sarsaparllla available space. Ono fanner, Hon. Gus much good that I wonder at myself sometimes', and my friends frequently speak of It." Mmr. "A". Richardson, has over 400 acres plantStreet, Boston- ed in young apple trees and is putting, Ella. A. Qorr, ci Torraco out more, while there are others who s nro following his example. In a tho npplo crop of the Meudo CounSoldbralldraggUti. f lsilxforfS. Prepared only ty "Barrens" will bo something im- by O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, 11m il has been manual day sineethe court houso wns sopacked with people as it wns on last 'Monday, when I hey gathered to hear tho speech of Hon. John Young Brown. It was tho first day of Circuit. Court, and a more favorable opportunity for getting nn nudionro could not havo been selected. As it was, the court room did not hold half of tho pcoplo that were there, and wished to hear tho distinguished orator. Mr. : Brown began speaking about 1 o'clock and held his audience. until nenr 4. All of this time they did not seem to tire in the least, but paid tho closest attention. It would bo useless fqr us to undcrtako to give all tho poinfa touched upon by Mr. Brown in his speech. Sufllco it to say, it was grand, from tho beginning to tho end, and a number of persons remarked that they thought it was ahead of anything they had over heard in the county before. Mr. Brown's arraignment of the Republican party was forcible in the extreme. Ho reviewed tho legislation enacted by them during the last twenty-fiv- o yeflrs, and demonstrated that it was reckless and vicio.us in most every installed! In tho foco of existing facts and tho iniquitous laws that they were trying to forco upon the country, ho asked if it vfas a tinio for Democrats to desert their party. "What," said he, "has the Democratic party done to ofiend you? Is there a bounty that it. lias ordered to be paid 7 Is there n dollar of tax that it basic vied ? Is there a trust, or a combine, or a monopoly, that the Democratic party has created ? The answer must be no. The party has been tho unremitting enemy of every creation. of the Republican-partthat hns worked ngninst the interest of the people. Blast out tho Democratic party, and youjturn Breckenridge Circuit Court Docket. tho Bhadow on tho dial of civilization a The following is tho Equity appearthousand years." The speech throughout was powerful, "logical and- - eloquent, ance suits filed at this term of the Ilreck-enridg- o Circuit Court : and charmed all who heard it, Mr. Brown, when he concluded his speech, Js'o. McII. Meadar's ex. vs. Same himself a candidate for announced Heirs, Ac. As this is his second Governor. 1015 Lulu L. Ball vs. Geo. W. Ikill speech in our county, he is not likely to lfH0 II. F. Beard & Co. vs. Joseph make any moro here before his canvass I'ophain. closes. Be that as it may, our people 1017 Joseph T. Gofl" vs. It. 1,. Xew- are certainly highly pleased with him as som. a man and a statesman, and he will cer1018 Vivian Daniels, Ex. vs. Same tainly be their choice as the next GovHeirs. ernor of the commonwealth. 1049 Geo. M. Tile vs. N. McC. Mer cer. Juries Should Have no Mercy on 1050 John II. Quiggins vs. Neal the Fellows That Carry Pistols Quiggins, Ac. and Knives Concealed. 1051 N. D. Snyder vs. Will T. Comp The use of the knife in affrays is beton. , coming so common as to demand special 1052 Casper J. Fella vs. Margaret In the old measures of suppression. B. Fella. days, in the time" of our fathers and 1053 Susan Danis vs. Chas II. Dunis. grandfathers, which some people are 1054 John Gibson vs. A. M.Glassgow fond of referring to on some occasions, 1055 Tramel Baty, Ac. vs. W. A. when Kuntuckians prided themselves on Meyers. their love of fair play and a fair fight, 1050 Marion Hambleton vs. Edward the use of a knife or pistol, or rather L. Pate, Ac. concealed weapon, In a fight w;as consid1057 Marion Hambleton vs. Clias. I. ered a mark of cowardice. The opinion L. Tate, Ac. of that day is sound. It is discreditable 1058 Edward Burns, Adm'r vs. Jno. to our nianhpodv Jat we have borrowed Brown, Ac. tho cowardly' methods, of Italians land 1058 Wat S. Lennin vs. Hardinsburg Mexicans inthesettlements of personal City Hall Co. quarrels, instead 6( tho old iriiinly reli1050 Alexander Durbin vs. E. R. ance on nature's weapons. The idea Duggins, Ac. tjiat it shows courage, to take the advan1001 Alice Bashain vs. llaskel A. tage of nn opponent, by 'gelting the Basliam. drop on him" with a pistol, after the 1002 Geo. C. Hawkins, Adm'r vs. fashion of the lawless desperadoes of the Mary A. Hawkins, Ac. plains, or by resorting to, the assassin's 1(503 James Millers, Adm'r vs. Win. knife, is n mark of deterioration. Juries Tinius, Adm'r. should have no mercy on the cowardly 1004 Mary C. Heston vs. Kobt. P. and sneaking knife users. -- Louisville Hcston, Ac. Commercial. vs. Mary 1005 Columbia Bhodes Ithodes et al. Frank Sugg a Well Known Drum1000 F. M. Spurrier vs. Wm. Harris mer Kills a Negro at Faducah. 1007 V. Daniels, Ex. vs. Leander Paducah, Ky., Oct. 20. (Special.) Dowell, Ac. Near Fulton, in Tennessee, yesterday 1008 Margaret N. Beauchaipp vs. W. forenoon Frank Sugg, a, widelyknown X. Black. Cincinnati cigar drummer, shot and killICOflL. M. Davis Ac, vs. Gid B. ed an unknown negro. A houso in FulHayncs, Ac. ton had been robbed, and tho negro was 1070.1. F. Carter vs. Bichard A. Marshal Brizendinc, of Fulsuspected. Shcllman. ton, got on his track with blood hounds 1071 Henry F. Paul vs. Wm. J. Meeting and chased him some time. Speak. Sugg, and the two being acquainted, Adm'r vs. 1072 Conrad Bruners, they joined in tho chase on horseback. Emory Crosson, Ac. In an old house about two miles from 1073 Margaret A. Patterson vs. Win. Fulton tho negro took shelter from the B. Taul dogs. Brizcndine being near went in to 1074 Delilah Fisher vsDudly Ham arrest him, and the negro went out and bleton, Ac. horse. Sugg mounted Brizendiuc's 1075 Geo. L. Balls, Heirs vs. Allen came up nt this time and gave chase, to Kendricks, unknown Heirs. the negro. lie had almost closed upon 1070 Thos. J. Balls, Heirs vs. Allen him when the negro drew his pistol and Kendricks, unknown Heirs. fired ut Sugg. Tho latter answered with Tho following tiro tho common law a shot, and tho negro fell dead, shot Sugg gave him- suits filed at this term and set for tho through the bowels. self up, and was tried immediately and 11th day of the term. E. W. Tucker vs. Thesley Smith, dam-agedischarged. The negro was known ns a It Grills Se, Ul' Till' Boys BS& Dear Friends The "Sunday Girl" says your warm and trusting hearts are very much affected never mind this, you will most certainly recover as all older per sons, with few exceptions, have done before you, but if you don't wear good SHOES bad colds will soon effect your lungs, and from this you may never recover. If you see VEST'S GREAT WEAR SCHOOL SHOES, you will fall in love with them at first sight and will wear no other. VBSf F. B. Dowell vs. C. M. Basham, account. Wm. II. Dowell, for Ac. vs. C. Basham, Ac, on notes. Swan, Abraham A Co. vs. Adkison Lydann, on notes. Jolly Meador, ncsignee vs. John Nottingham, on note. L. T. Uoberts vs. J. A. Murray, Ac. note. TWELFTH HAY. 5 . on Old M. Stand By's -- A S. Mt-1- HOUSE. You will find f on Uichnrd May vs. Alf Bobanls, on contract. A. A M. Skillman vs. The Cin. Cooper age Co., on contract. Alpheus Baker vs. A. M. Pullium, Ac. on note. James L. Frank, Ac. vs. Clayton Beard on contract. Bebecca J. Pelamon vs. John Benvin Ac. on contract. Mrs. L. L. Carlton vs. Sam Taul, on note. J. A. Murray vs. N. McC. Mercer, on note. W. L. Turpin vs. W. Y. Hardin, on account. J. T. Owen vs. Mrs. Amanda Moorman on nccount. . B. Ghcrst A Co., vs. Adkison A Lydan, on note. Eli II. Dean vs.-J- . S. Morton, Ac, on note. James II. Gardner vs. Wm. A. Downs, on note. Conrad Bruner's Adm'r, vs. F. A. Wcedman, on note. W. E. Minor vs. L. St. L. A T. B. Ti. Co., damages. Ex. vs. Sam Jolly, Ac, appeal. Frank Fraizo vs. Dowell, Wist A Co., on note. D. Altshcller vs. Adkisson A Lydan, on nccount. Commonwealth Docket. second day. Com. vs. Hollis Layman, C D W vs.Jno.W.Cnndor, malicious strik'g vs. Abros G. Hakins, obtaining money under falso pretenses F. G. Beavin, Ac, torturing a horse vs. Linas Kipcr,6ellingllquorwith- out licenso vs. Charles Mnltingly, selling liquor without licenso vs. Wm. Beynolds, Ac, disturbing religous Worship vs. Henry Garrett, C D W vs Jno Layman, cutting and wounding another vs James Simons, setting up betting machine disposing of vs James Hufiins, mortgaged property. Wm. Sanders, selling liquor without licenso Beavin Tucker, selling liquor to person in habit of getting drunk THIRD DAY. STOVES,. Oi all kinds and Prices. HARDWARE - Of Every Description. ," PUMPS, CROSS-CU- T SAWS, FLUE TILING, MANTLES $ GBATES, Of all Kinds. Agent for Henry Diston . & Son, Saws. .Belting, &c, &c. Iron Roofing for Sale or put on the building. Also you can get anything made in the Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron'line. " 0fGns and' Pistols repaired. ', J. L. MILLER CLOVERPORT, KY. FOR SALE. acres of good land, of Hardinsburg, two rind one half miles. Also, forty acres of good land one mile and a half from Harninsburg. Both pieces contains a house. Terms will be Reasonable. For further information call on Eighty-foust r North-we- -- $. ''M F. M. C. JOLLY, UAHDINSBUKQ, KY. .5J 'lh , LOUISVILLE Maeket Reports Corrected Weekly by The H, W. Herndon Co. OKXKIIAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 144 Third Street. VIOKTABLKS. Apples, Fancy, Applet, Common....) Potatoes, new per bbl Onlona Bcanj,lmbel Cabbage, per bbl .'. Be Sure To Get fav-orit- HoocPs few-year- Sarsaparilia IOO Mncnse. Courier-Journa- l. Dosoa One Dollar Com. vs Jesse Dean, grand larceny. vs Perry S. Muuek, grand larceny. vs Artella Lewis, houo breaking, Adam Chancelloi vs. J. T. Johnson, on vs James Bobards, C D W note. vs Georgo Mosley, stealing check J. A. Murray vs. Breckcnridgo Comvs Clarence Board, C D W pany Limited, on account. " vs Sherman Priest, A. Witt vs. Henry T. Shrewsberry, J. " vs Isaac Compton, on notes and accounts. " vs Jno. Steel, Johnson Bros. A Co. vs. E. P. Mosely, vs Jno. A Sam Steel, murder on nccount. vs Henry. Vertrees, C D AV Phillips & Wiggs vs. Tnnsey A Corrivs Henry Vertrees, shooting at an gan, on account. other. James Miller's, Adm'r vs. John Lyons, vs James Turpin, selling liquor to Ac, appeal. minor F. P. Haygood vs. W. L. Mhiter, of town lots. vs Brownlow. Crutchfield, forgery. vs Thos. Gannaway, detaining woStein Kirkamp vs. John II. Blake, Ac, man on account. vs L. II. A W. B BCo. maintaining John W. IJaltt, Ac. vs. Essick Hobert-soon note. nuisauco ii ii ii L. II. A W. It. It. Company vs. F. II. ii ii ii ii McGehee, appeal. H ii ii ii John Merridith vs. Chintz ltoyalty, on vs Wm. Whentley, selling liquor account. without licenso Simon Shapinsky A Bro. vs. Adkison A Lydan, on account. Armstrong Furniture Co. vs. Fred on nccount. Protracted Meeting. J, A. Witt vs. Mack Ball, on notes. Protracted services will begin nt tho I'M Burnett vs. John Daniel, on notes. J. A. Witt vs. Benjamin Dunn, on notes Baptist church next Sunday. Services J. M. Bodino vs. F. 5f, Smith, on notes by tho pastor every night until ThursC. E. McrrtwothcVvs. James Mills, on day, tho 30th. Services will then bo conducted by Ho v. Geo. II. Simmons, of account. Henderson. All denominations aro corItosenbcrg, Floxner A Co. vs. Adkison dially invited to attend and aid in tho A Lydan, on note. services. Postora of tho other churches Conrad Bruncr's, Adm'r vs. G. P. Jolly nro invited to aid in tho meeting. Como Ac,, On note. one, como all, and help. Como in God's Bcrnheiin, Bexinger A Co. vtt. Charles strength and bucccbs is ours. W. K. Peniiod, Pastor. llyan, surviving partner, Ac. on accoun s. n, ' 2 50 76 (g) 2 50 (g) 2 00 2 00 (n) 1 25 3 00 V0 3 UO 2 75 2 25 1 00 POULTRY. t- Si liens, per Jo Mixed Spring Chickens, per doi hive Ueese, per doi " Ducki, per doz 1IIDK9 AND FUIS. .'. 2 75 3 25 2 35 2 50 2 00 (u) 3 25 3 00 4 00 2 00 fe) 3 Oil (5 U Hides, 30 to 50 lbs?. " " mall Dry Hides, fait " flint Sheep pelii, fleeced wool. Wool, clean , Wool, rilOMJCK. Qreen i () 7 7 4)4 V 8 4U ( ll4n 00 . 20(a) 33 10 (ii) 25 35 - .ii Butter,' choice, country Butter, medium " Inferior Egg Feathers prime Feathers mixed Tallow Beeswax Ginseng May Apple Root Blood pot Yellow Root 15 10 121$ K. 6 (a) 16 (JS, 17 41 (a) 43 25(a) ;. 3 00 2 35 4 22 3 25 214 214 28 89 2(5 25 m (inns and hay. Wheat, Bed 07 " Longberry Ear Corn, choice per bus 50 Oats, Northern white..., Bye 75 Hay Timothy, choice per ton... 9 50 o 00 Mixed Straw, per ton 5 00 Veal Calves M i 00 52 .43 80 13 00"" C A 00 00 4J4 to registry. For Sale. Pure Bred h .W Berkshire Pigs, all ages. Eligible For Prices rnd other Information address J. T. IIobards, Hardinsburg, Ky. ion Malaria, Indigestion and HP Weakness,Tin: m.oon, 7 Ulllousncss. take T-- ?-- - It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers In medicine. Oct tho ccnuine. UUOWN'S irtON niTTKRH. Major W. V. McCracken and party passed down over tho road Monday fn his private ear, Kntio. Tho Ohio County Fair Company, Hartford, has made nn assignment. Liabilities, $1,100. Mr. 'II. M. Morton and wifer of Rock Lick, wcro visiting his brother, nt Addison, Saturday. Born, Oct. 17th, to tho wlfu of M. S. Whitford, a boy 11 pounds Master Gcorgo Dudley. Mr. Alfred Oelzo and family spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Austin Pate, ACCIDENTAL SH00TINQ. TTi i : iTTi iT IT TTmji I I 111 I Jjij I I i H i 1 I f A Qun in tho Hands of Mack Barnes Goes Off and Enters Fete Dean's Leg Who Dies from the Ef- Jkmm fects of It. Pete Dean, n .young man of eighteen years, and a ncphe.w of Mr. Geo. Gregory of this city, was fatally wounded last Saturday evening by tho accidental discharge of n shot gun in the hands of Mr. J. M. Barnes, tho superintendent of tho telegraph line, with headquarters in this city. Tho facts are about as follows: Some young boys started out on a hunt and stopped in nt J. E. Keith it Son's marble shop. Mr. Barnes happened in at tho shop along with several others. When tho boys camo in with the gun he looked at it, taking it in his hand and cocking it, remarking that he thought tho gun wns out of order. In attempting to raise tho hammer the gun went off", the entire load taking effect in Peto Dean's .thiglf, who was standing just at his left side. In nn iustant Mrnnessaw what had happened niitr" ho was nlmost wild. Drs. Owen, Paynter, Smith and Simons wero called immediately, and as soon as they saw tho young man's condition, they realized that it was a bad case. lucre was only one chance to save his life, and that was to amputate his thigh. This they did very successfully, and it was thought for awhile that tho young man's life would bo saved, as ho Bcemed to stand tho operation very well, and remarked after tho operation was over, that he felt very much better sinco tho doctors had taken all thojshot out of his leg'. Ho hadn't yet discovered that his leg was gone. Ho rested very quietly all night and up to noon Sunday, when he discovered that his leg was gone" Tho shock was too much for him, and he continued to grow worse from that time, and died in less than an hour. Ho was buried Monday evening. There is no blame attached to Mr. Barnes, as it wns purely accidental on his part. A Voice From theExeoutive Mansion. Mr. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir: The pantiscopic glasses you furnished me some timo since, gavo excellent satisfaction. I havo tested them by use, and must say they arc unequaled in clearness and brillancy by any that I have ever worn. Respectfully, John B. Gohdon Governor of State of Georgia. All eyes fitted"" and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. IIWwJmi CWI2 ENJOYS Both tho method " near Ilardlnsburg. The Chicago Comedy Company will appear at Fisher's Opera House, Mon day, Oct. 27th, rain or shine. Chapter 1 : Wcnk, tired, no appetite. Chapter 2: Took Howl's Sarsaparilla. Chapter tt: Strong, cheerful, hungry. Mr. William Sahlle returned from Galesburg, 111., yesterday where ho has been living for tho past six months. There will be an oyster supper given nt Fisher's hall Friday night, for tho benefit of tho Presbyterian church. All aro invited. Mr. Fred May, with his family, has returned to this city to live. Ho is associated with his brother, Mr. Chas. May, in tho cooperago business. Read tho advertisement of Mr. J. A. Cone's farm for sale. This is a splendid opportunity to net a good farm nt a reduced price on easy payments. Mrs. Jolly, wifo of Rov. Gideon Jolly, died at her homo near Sample, Sunday night. Mrs. Jolly has been in bad health for some time and her death was not unexpected. Dr. Rico Pennington has been appoint Tho cd city physician of Owcnsboro. city council couldnt havo given tho position to a better man or a moro competent physician. The'Jadies will please remember that the New York Storo is the placo to buy corsets, hose, underwear, calico gingham, gloves, belts, table covers, towels, napkins at tho lowest prices. Fisher's Opera House will be packed to the'doors Monday, Oct. 27th, as tho Chicago Comedy Company produce "Tho Mountain Waif" on that date. Reserved scats now on sale at Fisher's drug store. Mr. Peter Brushear, a popular young business man of Owcnsboro, and ono of the leading society gentlemen of that cultured city, was the guest of Mr. Walker Wood during the fair. Hopkinsville Daily New Era. Mr. Henry DoIIaven, of Millwood, Grayson county, was in tho city yesterday, the guest of Dr. J. T. Owon. Mr. DoIIaven was highly pleased with our natural gas, and says it is tho grandest. thing he ever saw. Mr. Jacob Hilf, a very prominent business man of Big Spring, died last Monday, after a few days sickness, with typhoid fever. Mr. Hilf was about SO years of age, and an excellent citizen. Elizabcthtown News. Mr. Charles Satterficld and Miss Rachael Dunning, of Victoria, wcro married at Cannelton, Ind., last Thuasday. Rev. W. C. Brandon, of this city accompanied them and performed tho ceremony, The News extends congratulations. Tho following parties attended the match game of Baso ball at Louisvillo last Thursday and Friday : Ben Miller, Tom McGill, Burrel Beard, Col. Allen, D, H. Severs, Jesse C. Roister and Jas. II. Gardner, llardinsburg; John Dean, R. G. Robertson, D. C. Moorman, W. C. Moorman and Hon. Tico Jolly, Glendcane.; R. S. Richardson and Arthur Haynes, Union Star and Eugene Hayncs Stephensport. . t . r- - ES rz u. and refreshing to tiio taste, and acts gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs.is tho only remedy of its kind over pleasing to tho taeto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and .agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend jt to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs Is for sale in 50c , and gl bottles by all leading druggists. Any refiablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wjshes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO pro-'duce- d, SyrupofFig8iataken;itispleasant and results when When wo represent a Suit or pair of Pants to be all wool, you can "bank your money" on tho assertion. When wc assure you that tho goods is fast color, that it was thoroughly steam shrunk before cutting, and that the scams aro sewed with silk and not cotton, you can proclaim it to your neighbors ns tho truth, tho whole truth and nothing but the truth. We never misrepresent. Just now tho weather is favorable for light and medium-weigOvercoats, and wc havo a world of such garments in stock, all our own manufacture. Wo havo llicm nt any price from 85 up, in all colors and shapes and sizes. We arc selling them fast and as soon as one style begins to run short wc manufacture promptly to keep up sizes. In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Pants wc aro loaded to tho guards. See our elegant stock of Bays' and Children's Overcoats; they arc bsautics and very modcrato in pries. In fast, (bn't fail to soo u? when you want anything in Clothing, ht WHERE WE ARE;! This is Cloverport a fO HEBE'S A Low Price St." a This is JULIUS WNTR ! I I Quick Sales St. SULZEK'S "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I i CO lOUISVlUE, AT. SAN FRANCISC ). CAL. HEW YORK, N.V. It is a positive John Allen Murray, Gloverrort. Wm. K, Barnes, llardinsburg. Attorneys atLaw. llardinsburg arid Cloverport, Kentucky. -- MURRAY &. BARNES, K JL C STOVES i P ;t Dr. J. T. BAEEE, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURQ, KY. JIT. $rOfSce over Hnrdlnsburg Dank. That we have had a larger trade in T Ay mi xney i i iii an ieaaiito suizer s, taice any one , ii r s p 2 FERTILIZERS This season than any house in the county. We have only a few tons of our Pure Eaw Bone left. Secure this opportunity to grow you a large yield of wheat, before it is all closed out. you like and you will wind up at Sulzer's Counters. i r - Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEKPOItT, "Office pftjec. . R. MILLER, THE TELL CITY with D. It. Murray near- - Post PLANING MAFUFACTUREUS OF Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon; Office over MILLS Richardson's Hardware store. .. CLOVERPORT. KY. THE STRAUSS FESTJrrAL. At tho Auditorium,. Louisvills) Ky., October 28, 29. The'StrauHB Waltz Festival at the Amphitheater Auditorium, Louisville, Ky., Oct. 28, 29, will bo attended and enjoyed by a vast crowd of people, not only from tho State of Kentucky, but also from tho States of Indiana and Tennessee. It will be a rare opportunity to hear Strauss and his famous Court Orchestra, as this is his first and positively his last tour in America. Eduard Stra.uss has been pronounced by the American Press as tho Waltz King, and the greatest director of Waltz music in tho world. On tho return visit of Strauss and his orchestra for their farewell, to Chicago at tho Auditorium, he was received by thosamo largo and enthusiastic crowds as first him, and the Chicago News of "Whatever the critical verdict, it is apparent that Eduard Strauss and his concerts havo received tho stamp of public approval. Obviously, it was a natural appreciation and n genuino liking of tho Strauss music that drew crowds to of the former season nnd to that held in the Auditorium last night. Tho program was composed of half a dozen danco numbers, but as usual, it wasconsiderably lengthened by Mr. well-know- j. ir. TAVLon, j: c. nusir, w. s. taylob. fe Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store QWENSB0R0, KY. Frederica Street, DRNTISTS B. Office in J. H. Taylor & Co., ui 9 I 9 DOORS, SASH & BLINDS TINWARE SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will be done at this establishment in the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers in Felt and Bodlne KooCng. fy y u- r-- fs Paynter, Dr. W. Physician and Surgeon Fisher's Drug StoreCLOVERPORT, - In endless variety, both heating and cook Buy now before the cold winds of winter are blowing through your whiskers. We have the styles and our prices are ing. . KY. J)"iN ' Dr. David White, Physician and Surgeon, Office guaranteed. Oiirstock of at Dr. J. E. Brown's Old Stand. CLOVERPORTrKr. KITCHEN PUENITUEE Brrckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1890 LOCAL ict. 10th says: Call and examine our immense line now on display. B. Is complete in every line. BREVITIES. F. BEARD & CO., Main Street, opposite Court House, - - t h Mrs. Jennie Jabino lias returned home. Mrs. Nelson Jolly was in tho city last week. D. A. Powers, Ilaweflyille, is in the city. Jeff Gregory, of Pudncnh, is 'nt homo on a short visit. Call aiu examine the underwear r.t tho New York Store. Mr. J. B. Boyd, of Irvington, wns at Loulsvllo Thursday. Stove Woods, colored, of this city has been awarded it pension. Thero was an immense crowd at Monday. Wanted. 10,000,000 hoops and poles.' Apply to Chas. May. W. C. Moorman, of Glendcane, was in the city Saturday. Mr. Henry Boyd, llawesville, was in tho city yesterday, FN. DcIIuy ami wifo returned from Cincinnati Saturday. Hon. Lafo Green, of Falls of Rough, was in the city yesterday. "Tho Mountain Waif", at Fisher's Opera House, Monday, Oct. 27th. " Babbago carries tho nicest stock of underwear to bo found in tho city. Dr. B. T. Raflerty, New Albany, Jnd., Is in tho city visiting his family. Mr. Powell Oclzo, tho "boss" miller of Troy, Ind., was in tho city Saturday. . Mr. John Gregory, Sr., returned from Louisville yesterday morning by boat. Ed Anderson, Tho king of h with tho Chicago Comady Company. Hon. Dan Voorhees will speak at Rockport, Ind., next Saturday, Oct 25. Tho Nkws added a number of now subscribers to its list at llardinsburg, Monday. 15, 25 and 35 cents aro tho prices for tho Chicago Comedy Company engagement. You can do your feet a favor by buying ypur shoes and boots nt tho Now York Storo. Tho Now. York Storo will sell you an unbrella cheaper .than you can borrow one. Mr, and Mrs. O. F. Mattingly, left yesterday to Visit Mr. J. L. Mattingly, of Long Lick. Miss Minnie Joseph, of, Evansvillo, ' Ind., is t of Mrs. J. D. Hnmble-to- n this week. Har-dinsbu- rg s, tho-gues- HARDINSBURG, KY, Besolutions of Respect. Whereas, The Almighty God has seen fit to tako from our midst Peter Dean, 200 My who waaa playmate and a member of Bucklen's Araica.Salve. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin cruptious, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per money refunded: box ForsalobyG. W. Short, Clover- Sort, Ky., and J. A. Witt, llardinsburg, BEWLEYVILLE. Farmers aro busy sowing wheat. Several coses of typhoid fever in this vicinity. Miss Lena Drury is teaching school at Lodiburg. , Mr. Eugene McCurty is back from Toxas on a short visit. Miss Emma Hodges will return to Louisvillo next week. Mr. W. J. Piggott made a flying visit to Louisvillo last wcok. Mr, S. J. Jolly, of Missouri, is visiting his brother, Mr. T. J. Jolly. .Mr. Thomas Snyder, Louisville, visited his parents a fow days last wcok. Miss Laura Crouch has a position ns governess in tho family of Mr. Ed Ben- The Original Chicago Comedy Company havo been engaged nn'd will appear nt Fisher's Opera House for ono solid week, commencing Monday, Oct. 27th. All tho plays that aro to bo produced during tho week aro tho latest Now York successes. IV. Anderson, the popular comedian, and Miss Lettio Col-to- n head tho company, and aro well supported. On tho opening night tho Wanted A roliablo, competent man to tako chargH thrilling drama entitled "Tho Mountain nett. 15, 25 of my farm and to tako n half interest in AVnif," will bo produced. Prices,now on Miss Nettie Mcador, Elizabothtown, is stock, farming implements, &c, must and :W cents. Keserved scats Apply im- snlo at Fisher's drug store. Don't miss the guest of Miss Cora Mcador this como well recommended. this play, asMondny is your first nnd mediately to W. D. Holt, weok. Holt, Ky. only chanco to seo it. Sccuro your scats early. Tho gentlemen of this placo spend a great deal of thoir time in search of wild One Dollar Weekly game of lato. Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club Miss Bettio Drury has returned homo. System. Our 11 Karat patent stiffened Her health failing, slip gave up her posigold cases aro warranted for 20 years. tion at Cairo. Waltham or Elgin movement, roliablo Mr. Frank Hnrdaway returns Monday and well known. Stem wind set, huntto Wyoming, after an extended visit to ing or opon face, Lady's or Gent's size. his paronts. Equal to any $75 "Watch. "Wo sell ono Married At the resldonco of Mr. II. of theso Watches for 28 cash, and send E. Basham, Dr. G. D. Purker, of McKin-noto any address by registered mail, or Tjy Tex., and Miss Cora Mcador, TuesExpress O. O. D., with privilego of exday evening, 7:.T0 o'clock. , amination. Some timo ago several of tho farmers Our Agent at Durham, N. C-- i writes : ' of this , vicinity were engaged all day "Our jeweler hate confessed they donH SundnyMn cutting tobacco to prevent tho know how you can furnish such work for the frost from injuring it; but as yot no money." frost to amount to anything has apOno good reliablo Agent wanted in each peared. Absolutely Pure. place. Write for particulars. Em hue Watch Co., Much preparation is being mado for A cream of tartar baking powder. 48 & 50 Maiden Lane, Teamsters aro kept busy haul, Highest of all in leavening strength. winter. New York. Aug. 17, 1880. U. S. Government Jiejtort, Uso. ing coal from Guston. n willingness to give Strauss' encore numbers. What was said of it then is true of it now. In its field, this body is as good as any fiold in Europo or America. Eduard Strauss' rendition of tho class of music which ho represents is always up to one's most delirious expectations, and in it ono finds something unexpected nnd novel. Herr Strauss keeps his orchestra with him, and his spirit apparently inspires tho whblo band. It must bo doubtful if the orchestra would bo so fortunate when working in other fields. Certainly tho Vienna leader can afford to keep within his sphere Ho maintains completo supremacy in his branch of tho art." Another paper of Chicago of same date says: "Tho second of tho Strauss concerts was given last night at the Auditorium to another very largo audience and very enthusiastic, quito as much disposed to insist on recalls as that of tho first evening, and quito as fully gratified by tho conductor. There is no occasion to add anything in . tho way of detailed comment, so well is the charm of tho band's playing known to admirers of tho stylo of music given." Tho prices for the Strauss engagement 50 cents, 75 cents, SI, $1.25, $1.50 aro so reasonable that it is to bo hoped that all of tho readers of this paper will attend tho Waltz Festival lit the Amphitheater Auditorium. Persons wishing to order their seats in advance, can do so by sending P. O. order, or check, to James B. Camp, Business Manager, P. O. Box 03, Louisvillo, Ky. Acres For Sale. of Valuable Land. part of the Basin Spring Form, UnateJ In DreckenriJge county, within 30 minutes tho Y. M. C. A., drive of Irvington, and la directly on the line Resolved, That we, as a committee of of the Louisvillo, llardlniburg Jc Western tho Y. Jr. C. A., extend to tho bereaved Hallway, near Iionnett's Water Tank. This station Is convenient to the land, being only family nnd brother our deepest sympai of a mile distant, making it accessible for feel that he both travel and shipping facilities. thy in their loss. Yet we Farm has a homo beyond tho skies, free from In Ilasln Springand we Is one of the best farms the county, consider this 200 acres pain nnd woo. that we own and now offer for solo as the tho secretary shall cream of the place. 130 acres clearod land Retolved, That in the bend Sinking Creek, spread upon tho book of tho association 'lying all overflows.of The balance is Inand free from timber. theso resolutions of respect. Parties desiring a farm situated in the heart of llreckenridge county, can now Resolved, That a copy of theso resoluget a bargain, as I am anxious to being tions bo sent to tho BuECKExmnaE News engaged in other business. It will sell, be sold on liberal terms and far below its value. For Daily Girl for publication. nnd the any further particulars call on or address J. Kn. Gncaoiir, A. CONK, Care llcss, llenle .t Co., Louis, Ci.AnExcE Keith, ville, Ky., or the Dreckenridge News Office, OltVIM.KGnEtORY Cloverport. Ky. first-ola- "Good morning, Charlie. What is the news ?" "Vhy! haven't you heard that the Hamilton-Bi- o vn o Co. have got out a Pour Dollar Shoo that boats nrythinor they have dono yet?" Ktiikr Hall, Jas. Witt, Joe Sawyf.ii, Caul Ovinttos. 4p FOB mcto Special Engagement. Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. Some people agree with The Sum's opinions about men and things, and some people don't; but everybody likes to get hold of the newspaper which is never dull and never afraid to 1891 pOYAl. speak 1U mind. Democrats know that for twenty years Tint Sun has fought in the front line fur Democratic principles, never wavering or weakening In its loyalty to the true Interests of the party it serves with fearlois intelligence and disinterested vigor. At times opinions have differed as to the best meats of accomplishing the common purpose; it is not Tut Sum's fault if It has seen futher into fbe millstone. Eighteen hundred and nlnty-on- e will be a great year in American politics, and everybody should nad The Sui. , Daily, per month, $0,50 Dally, per year, , ,...6,00 Sunday, per year, 2.00 Dally and Sunday, per year,.., 8,00 Dally and Sunday, per year, 0,70 Weekly Sun, one year, ,.,.,1,00 Address Tiif Sux, New York. . Irxlxoes We Beat the World. y, Breckenrldgo Circuit Court. POWDER Moll. Meadors, Ex'r, PUIntlfi J Notice In vs. Moll. Meadors, Heirs, Defendant. J Equity, All persons having claims against the estate of Mell. Meador, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commissioner properly proven on or before the 20th day of October next. Given under my hand this 18th day of SepV. O. DADUAOE, tember, 1800 Com. 11, C. An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices for Men, Boys, Women, Girls and Misses. It is much easier and more satisfactory to you as well as ourself to tell you about this stock than it is to write about it. Seeing is believing, so if its SHOES you want come to our store and we'll convince you that what we advertise is true. 0, J. A. WITT, a-1 Havo your Job work dono at this office MftifcftiiiiTMiminiMwri'Kr'ir' w 'J jiJuuMji'w '".'"y r ' m uw" I w Jill iihi nyj j. ", . I , MffM1MNt'tlMMH B?EKENRIDGE NEWS, ' ,. - IMAGINATION, Resolutions of the Breckinridge Col?. 'ifeLUnion' Regarding Tlho Warehouse .Trust A LEVEL ;-- HEAD.' -- Tho Advantago of'Prosenoo of Mind : in an Emerjfenoyv" HAunixsiinto, Kv., Oct. .1, 1890. fnct. This dully work of ninny n man, in During tho late strike on tho New the harvest field, the shop, the ollire, is Wiieiieas, Ithas been publicly announcuntile much easier when Imagination ed that the warehousemen of Louisville York Central linllronil, the militia were points out to liim the comfort tfint his and Cincinnati have formed themselves ordered to bo In readiness in case of a toil will hring to his loveil ones. Many into a combination and have united with riot, but they were not called out. In an intervlow, Gov. Hill Bald tho a tired and weary mother, as she tolls, eastern money kings to established in our midst a gigantic trust or syndicate troops wero not to be called upon except repairing the tattered clothing of her little oneH, finds her task sweetened and in onler to absolutely control the belling in case of an emergency. The emergenher burden made leas when she pictures and buying of all leaf tobacco, apd de- cy had not arisen, therefore they would not be ordered out. Ho remarked that for herself the glorious future of her lit- priving the farmer of any representation this was the first great strike with which tle one, thinking that perhaps she is or protection in said markets. And WiiKKKis. The said combination behe had had experience, and he did not now toiling for a future James O. Maine or a future Francis Willianl. So it is in ing in control of capitalists, manufactur- propose to lose his head ; the only point all the walks of life our paths are ers and foreign buyers, it will have tho nt which there had then been serious made easier, our narrows are forgotten, power to destroy nil competition, and by trouble was at Syracuse, and there a lost his head nnd preand our ownselves made better and hap- oppressing the struggling planter build up the interests of the millionaire manu- cipitated nn encounter. imagipier by the fascinating charm of Tho strike continued several weeks nation. One writer has said, "Almost facturer. And while they profess great g and there was riotous action at various friendship for us, the producers, by every cloud has its wlver lining, but imto reduce the selling fees, etc. and points along the road, but the civil authoagination must find it." Wit, humor, il lustration, and all that goes to give viv- baiting us with tho privilege of becom rities were nble to cope with it without idness and force to language, depend ing stockholders with them we regard calling on the militia. The test of n man's real ability comes upon this. In the words of Dr. Haven, it ns nothing more than a confidence game and the farmer is their intended when an emergency arises which makes "Imagination gives vividness to our r j conceptions, it raises the tone of our en- victim. It is plain that the fee business a hasty call on his good judgement and -- l tire mental activity, it adds force to our would be only n secondary object with discretion. Tho man who retains his 7 3 -reasoning, casts the light of fancy over them indeed they could abolish all fees presence of mind, maintains his equiA LTAT TlrTI f ? ? 1 poise and exercises sound discretion nt JLYl.ft.liN the sombre plodding steps of judgment, and yet make millions where they now gilds the recollections of the past and make thousands. Therefore wishing to such critical junctures, is to bo relied on the anticipations of the future witli a avoid the sharp practice) of the aforesaid and will be put to the front. Men witli level heads have tho staying coloring not their own. It lights up the confidence trust, we the members of the qualities) which do not falter in tho face e horizon of thought as the sunrise flashes Farmers and Laborers' 1'nion of of danger. Otis A. Cole, of Kinsman, county, do hereby resolve. along the mountain tops ami lights up 1. That it is the sense of this meeting 0., June 10, 18!K), writes: "In the fall the world." Still another, perhaps the highest and noblest use of imagination, that we regard the Ixmisvillc ami Cin- of 1888 I was feeling very ill. I consultflQyMention tin's paper. is one that we have already dicus.cil to cinnati syitdiwite as only an effort to re- ed a doctor and lie said I had Wright's some extent that which gives the idea strain our independence and cause our disease of the kidneys and that ho would VMMiMMirrrBBgnawaitwiBWBrmxaEevarMBaimBBMrammaint of personal excellence towards which labor to be more subservient to foreign not stand in mv shoes for tho state of we strive. As the little finger of the dictation, and a scheme to make more Ohio." Hut he did not lose courage or mariner's compass points ever in the money out of our tobacco ; and as their giveMip; he says; "I saw the testimonr same direction, ever leading the hardy increased profits must be the results of ial of Mr. John Coleman, 100 Gregory St, 'ew Haven, Conn., and 1 wrote to sailor over the milled sea safely to his another's loss it is evident that the farmMBMBBWBMB8MiBBWKWMB3K3BHaWWBMipM him. In due time I recieved nn answer destiny, so does the imagination, by giv- er will have to bear the sijueeze. 2. That we will not affiliate with, aid stating that the testimonial that he gave ing us an ideal, ever lead us through the dense and rugged ravines oer the steep nor abet said combination and request wits genuine and not overdrawn in any and rocky hills and along the gently all tobacco growers in our State to assist particular. I took a good many bottles flowing rivers of life, guiding us to our us in formulating some plan by which of Warner's Safe Cure; have not taken ultimate destiny. If a man has no aim we may control the warehousing and any for one year." Gov. IlilJ is accounted n very successin life, no fixed purMso in view, no selling of our own tobiiccj; and that Cartoria la Drl Saml Pltolior' old; harmlom and quick enro for ideal to follow, his fate is destined to be we encourage and assist with all our ful man ; he is eonl and calculating Infants' and Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor OIL of independent tobacco and belongs to the class that do not lose like that of a ship near a rocky shore might a system Parogorlo or Karoo Up Syrups. Children cry for Crmtorla. Mll- when emergencies arise. with her mast blown away, her rigging warehousing to be established by the their heads Hon of Mothers bless Castorifi. torn, exposed to the unfeeling wind, tobacco grower himself and operated in In repons.' to a request of the ConstiCastorla cures Colic, Constipation ; likely at any moment to be dashed conformity with the laws of our State. "I recommend CaBtoria for children's tutional Convention, the Auditor has Sour Stomach, DIurrliicA, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any preset iption .'!. That we request all papers oppos- given a statement of salaries paid to against the angry breakers and to go aires healthy uletp ; alxo alild digestion ; luiown to me." II. A. AnciiER, M. D.. Without uarcotla titupcfuctlon. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. diwn a miserable wreck. Imagination ed to trusts and combines to publish Special or pro tern Circuit Judges in the Tin Centaur Coupakt, 77 Murray St., New York. is not only useful, but essential in many, these resolutions and thereby aid us in various judicial districts of the State durand we might say all, the most practical stamping out the monster trust combinaing the past five years, as follows, the callings of life. The farmer needs it in tions of whatever character that are names being those of the regular judges: planning out his ground, his yearly threatening the libeities of our country C. L. Handall, $TM; J no. It. Grace; SlL'tl; woik, in making his home attractive and and making it a nation of serfs. It. Me Beat h, 5i2(!; M. I). Givens, S5ft.-i;Thus. J. Jollv, ) in countless other ways; the teacher in L. Beeves, S'O; L. 1'. Little, SI, 87(1; C'omniittee. C. L. I'ate. grading, conducting and goeriiing his 1). It. Carr, SU81; T.J. Morrow, $047; X. C. Moslev, J pupils; the pushing man of business in AV. L. Jackson, J. It. Morton, SI, 00L' laying out his many plans and ventures "I)oes your mother know you're out," AV. Monfort, $S2li; AV.' K. Arthur, S441; in railroads, manufactorfes and other said a boy to his little brother. A Suro Curo for ell Dlsonses In "Yes, .1. K. Cooper, S1,7(M; A. It. Cole, Sl,:i71 enterprises; but of course, of all voca- she docs," was the answer, "for one bottle It. IJoyd, S4.18-I- ; J. M. Burns, $UW; S. E. tions, the one that needs it most, the of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup has knocked Dellaven, AV. E. Busscll, $2,0:17; one to whom it is almost indispensable, my cold into a cocked hat, you bet." II. C. Lilly, $2,004. It was Joelluycraft is the lawyer. lie needs the associative who said he hoped the Constitutional A few applications of Salvation Oil will energy of imagination in connecting toin the neck or Convention would "bury this pro tem instantly relieve stillness Arlslncr from Impurities of the Blood, and gether the links of circumstantial evibusiness so deep that the waves of oblivjoints. '. cents. from Functional Derangements. dence, the penetration in getting at the ion would roll mountain high over its very heart of his case and then working putrid corpse." Cloverport's Advantages. outward, bearing down every opposition A DEAD SHOT OK WORMS, AND A CERTAIN A furlough, after the session of our and forming an impregnable barrier to riii)lii(; Circus. PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. his adversaries, and the contemplative Conference at IVnvlingGrcen, Kentucky, As boon as a circus had been in town in constructing his theory and making was considered in place, anil my daughB"Y" tho boys besaii to have circuses of theh T. M. Mimmu, drugs aud gen. mdse., Custer. his defense or prosecution, as the case ter, Mrs. Short, of Cloverport, compels own and to practice for them. Every- A. II. Fisher, druglift, Clorcrnnrt. Heard .t Uecler, drugglsti, Hardin.burg A. II. Mcrris & Son., genoral mdse. ,lligSpriog maybe. A lawxer without imagination me to accompany her home. By way of where you could bee boys upside down, J. W. West, general store, l'rcston Wm. Hill, general jiUbc., (Jnrrott. Owensboro, we made the trip in time gonerat mdne., Sample .t Ubodcs, general mdse., Hbodelia. would be like a piano without a soundwalking on their hands or standing on (llbson & Co. general mdse., Mattingly S. 0 Frank, T. A. Millar, general mdse., Stephentport. for last Sunday ; but considerations, pruding board apparently a Useful instru them with their legs dangling over oi Ij. D. Addisun, goLeral uidfe., Addison S. M. Uanningcr, general mdse., West View. ment, but in reality a perfectly worth-- 1 ential, kept me away from church ; so stayed against house Walls. It was easy Jonas Lyon, diugglst, Custer. A. A. Hicbardson, general ind.e , Garfield. brother Brandon got no relief from the to stand on your head; one boy stood on Mattingly A-- Hussol, general mdse., Lnyinarj. Walker Board, genarat mdse., Holt. ss piece of mechanism. Moorman Sc tieoler, general mdse., Olendeane. L. Oreen, general mdse., Falls of Itnugli. The abuses of imagination, though visiting brother in the opening Sunday his head co much that lie had to have it W. X. Drury, genvrnl mdse., Ilewleyville. It. II. Drasbear, drugs Jk groceries, Irvington. :,huved in the brain fever that he had Adkisson Lydan, general uidse., Webster, W. H. Hicb&rdion, Ilrandenburg not so prominent as its uses, are dis- of the new Conference year. got lro:.i st. Hiding on it, but that did W. E. Pool .t 0'i., general mdse.. Constantino. Simonton A Hale, general mdse., Patesville. Cloverport is all ablae with natural tinguishable in many ways. The not stop tho other fellows. Another boy Dland .t Miller, general mdse., Jolly. and the lover of fiction may gas, by night. The striking of additional currents promis h enlargement of tl e fIl head downward from a rail where waste their time ami weaken their ho was 'skinning the eat," and nearly The success of Old Saul's Catarrh Curo minds b great indulgence in the play of area of illumination, nnd gradually there broL-- his neck, nnd made it so sore that Xumvmikpf. induces imitations and there are many imagination; especially is this likely to is being a substitution of this flame for it was btiT ever so long. A well known writer was telling b- - the case Another boy who was playing Samson of them. Insist on getting Old Saul'sand n friend about some of her numerous where the reverie of the that of coal in all ranges that call for almost had his left leg torn off by the take no other or you'll get left. At all godchildren who itro scattered till over is not of the pure kind and the heat. The advantage is incalculable. former the county. They nro of all, ages and There is now- forming in Louisville fellows that wero pulling at it with a leadings of the latter inclined to be dealers for 23 cents. nationalities, but tho most remarkable is a class of people who a company for opening in Cloverport a lio.)k, and he did hnvo the leg of his pantrashy. There soda-asIf you want your baby to look bright ono is a little colored child in Washing- manufactory, which will be taloons torn off. Nothing could stop the always look on the dark side of the afoccasion of emigration and very signal boys but time or some other play coming do not put it to sleep witli laudanum ton. fairs of this world, thus employing their in, and circuses lasted a good while. AVhen I went there one winter my ( imagination in a way that can but increase of iudiistiy. All the stock has Some of the boys learned to turn hand when restless, but useI)r. Htill.s IJnhy washerwoman told mo she hud named springs: anybody could turn curt wheels; Syrup. 25 cents a bottle. bring burdens to their life and "place been taken, and expectation is on tipher new baby for me, and asked if I one fellow across the river could just run wouldn't come and seo it. ' So, tinned thorns where roses should grow." A toe. along and throw a somersault and light A hind company having option wilh ti largo rattle as n propitiatory on man of great natural ability will have (ill in I ni; for u Miiii'n Life. on his feet; lots of fellows could light on Before the war n man was on trial in offering, I visited the baby. AVhat was an influence upon the society in which several hundred acres, has been formed, their backs; but if you had a spring Lauderdalo county for surprise to hoar the mother and all murder. Tho mj' he associates, and if he is a wicked man ami town lots will be laid off, in anticiboard or shavings under a bank like circumstantial speak of her us "Geneof the enlargement of the city. tigaiu.st tho man the children evidence his influence is not weakened in the pation those by tho turning shop you could was very strong, vieve!" nnd when tho jury reOther plants will be established, and practice for somersaiufs "pretty safely. least, but is felt in an evil direction ; so "Why," I said, "I thought you told tired nnd took u ballot correlative industries will be developed, AV. D. Howclls in it is with so gieat a faculty as the Ilurpcr's Young for conviction nnd six the result was blx mo sho was named for mo?" for acquittal. It People. for it is not alwavs the case ami thus will the city of the hills unfold "Yas'm, so she shorely is." remained this way lor two days and Four miles above Cloverport, near the "But my name is Harriot," I insisted, when an ideal is formed bv this power nights, neither side showing any disposiVunilhitloit of SuuerH. "and you call your baby 'Genoviovo.' " that that ideal is a good one. Many Louisville, Saint Louis, and Texas rail 2Ir. Frederic Burnett, of London, has tion to chango their minds. At last ono "Laws, mis'," exclaimed tho mother, of the jury, named Silvertooth, proposed is not one that road, one mile from Reynolds landing, times the ideal formed published particulars of his automatic with n broad grin, "Genoviovo 'scribes higher and Charles Tiuius liasdiouored your scribe system for perpetually ventilating nnd n gnmo of seven up between tho opposwill lead the individual you so much better'n Harr'et does!" higher on the ladder of fame, but often by uauiiug his elegant vineyard Mount purifying sowers, drains, etc. This com- ing sides, ono mnn to bo selected from Youth's Companion. each side, nnd whoever won the losing Joseph Vineyard: and from this and his prises the tenling of all existing apertures it is one that will take him lowiraud side was to stand by tho result. The Cost of Living. lower into the ilark caves of ruin and extensive orchard, there is promised at tho level of the roads and the substiThis was ngreed to, nnd Silvertooth, abundant yield. From promise of Mr. tution of pipes connected with tho crown who wus in favor of degradation. While many skilled mechanics can acquitting tho prisof the arch of tho sewer or drain. These command from $1,200 to $1,500 a year, These injurious ideas ficipiently aided Tiiiius, I am in anticipation of some of pipes pass under the footways and are oner, nnd another juror, who was strongthe fruits of Mount Joseph by so called highly sensational literature, carried up to the roofs of tho houses on ly in favor of conviction, commenced tho working from seven to nine hours dnlly, clerks and as the exploits of Jesse James, dime nov- morning. They have me booked for a either side of the road. Some of these game. It was a hotly contested gamo, income, nccountnnts seldom reach that and many young professional night. is difficult pipes would bo devoted to the outlet of and each juror had bcored six points It els and books of like character, literary sermon sewer gas, and the others to the inlet of when it came Silvertooth, tlmo to deal. men, ministerSiind doctors, pass some of no Christian people to avoid preaching when desire is as eviproductions that Ho shuffled tho cards carefully nnd their best years iu nttaining It. The should keep in their homes. .Many n dent on the part of the people. Dr. J. fresh uir, thetw different duties being is till very well that n person canby variation in the length of tho dealt off the right number to each and debased character, many an executed B. Cottrell in Central Methodist. then turned a jack, which made him win not live on such a sum as 3 a week, for pijies, nnd also by movable cowls at remains that peo-,)l- o man owes his fate to the abuse of his their tojM, thoso acting ns inlet pijies the game nnd width saved tho prisoner's instance; tho cold fnctlive Merit Wins. do just that, and well, too. Of imagination. always opposing tho wind direction, and lifo. Tho blx who were for conviction We desire to say to our citizens, that voted with tho other six for ncqnittnl course n number associated can faro we in our simple way deThus have the outlet pipes turning the reverse way. for years we have been selling Dr. King's The system, which promises eiflciency, and the prisoner was discharged from letter than two or threo persons, for fined, described, illustrated and classified jvery housowifo knows tho advantago of custody. Atlanta Constitution. imagination. We have treated briefly New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. could not, however, bo Introduced with.elying upon tho appetite or dietetic peKing's New Life Bills, Biicklen's Arnica out great expense and disturbance of tho of its cultivation, uses, abuses, activity culiarities of nianj' individuals to Ptrike Whituwimli us u Disinfectant. road and footways. An alternative and limitation, and now in conclusion Salve and Electric Hitters, and have nev.i balance in table accounts. Chicago Tho vnluo er handled remedies that sell as well, or plan, which wa3 proposed somo timo infection has of whitewash in destroying News. we will say that judging by our own been investigated by a docago, of ventilating sowers seems to us given such universal satisfacthat have personal experience we consider it a tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee to meet the difficulty in a cheaper and tor of tho Pisa university. Ho tried tho Several years ago I was covered with for a "Normalito" most excellent power them every time, and we stand ready to more convenient manner. By this meth- experiment on tho microbes of cholera, Boils to such extant that my lifo was a typhoid, carbunclo nnd tuberculosis. to poucH when he undertakes to write refund the purchase price, if satisfactory od the seweni wero connected by pipes Portions of the walls of n room wero In- misery. After trying a nuinbor of other results do not follow their use. These with hollow columns bearing gas burna tliirtv minutes essay. remedies have won their great popularers. An upward draught was by this fected with tho various microbes and remedies without nuyhenejltr I was ad-- , ity purelv on their merits. U. Av. Short, means secured, and tho uir from tho covered with n coat of whitewash, the vised by a "vyholcsalo druggist nt ColumCloverport. Ky., and .1. A. Witt, A Safe Investment. for bus to try S. S. S, (Swift's Specillc). One sewers was passed through a purifying room being closed hermetically Ky. twenty-fou- r hours. Tho doctor then flame. New York Telegram. Is one which is guaranteed to bring found that tho whitewash effectually de-- , bottle of g. S. S. cured mo entirely. I you satisfactory results, or in case of failUnjujed It, Too, 'I'robably. Printing. stroyed the cholera and typhoid bacillus, have not had a Boil sjneo. To those afure a return of purchase price. On this "You don't seem well this morning?" but tho microbes of tho other diseases flicted with Bolls or Skin Eruption I give We make a specialty of printing letter safe plan you can buy from our advertis"No, I lay insensible for eight hours survived several repeated applications. tho same advice my wliolesalo druggist and envelopes, business curds last night," ed druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New York Telegram. gnvo mo tako S. S, S. checks, drafts, and other commercial "Goodness gracious! What was tho for Consumption. It is papers, in neat style, using none but first matter?" David ajitman, Druggist, Ill Futher'a Old Teeth. to bring relief in every caw, when class stock and tho newest designs of "I was Bsleeu." Chatter. Little James had been imparting to May 10, 1800, Independence. 0. of Throat, Lungs used for any atrection type. AVo invite comparison in ipiallty the minister the important and cheerful Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam- of work jind prices with or No use of experimenting further when Information that his futhor had got a any olllco in this mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, section. new set of fulso teeth, C. C. C. Certain Chill Curo" is guaranAVhooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It 'Indeed, James?" replied the minister T Agents Vantedl teed to cure Chills and Fuvcr,nnd is "de- Indulgently. 'And what will he do is pleasant anil agreeable to taste, perCircvwtta Fiib. ( Quinine racks tho nerves, "C. 0. 6. lightful to tnkc.-8o- ld -- I eo.1 Drrwtltr's Safety by G. W. Short. lUlo Holders with the old set?" fectly safe, and can always bg depended alyeriawuyiolnlrntlucf Uirm. Ktsij Certain Chill Cure" racks Miliaria and "Oh, I B'poso," replied little James, upon. Trial bottles free at G. V. Short's, liorM owner Inirs fp.ni I to 0. Lion Chills. .No cure, no pay. Sold by O, "they'll cut 'em down nnd muko me ucrtr under boisw' frrl. ccml 4 croU 11UY YOUR SCHOOL II0UKS FU0M Cloverport, Ky., and J. AVitt's, TIardins-burIn sumi4 10 iutcr ami nuklm wear 'em." New York Ledger. "W. "Short. 6ir HUM I'lulnl sample llml Ml rM Ky. cu UrentlerMfa-.to.- . Ilollj, Hlctu J 0 ! 1890.:- I i FRANK S.COOK shingles; doohs, if LUMBER, LATHS, 5mtJiu,s sJX' r vSf$Tr W 7 t. i flA; infllsrli iMaIIIffSIHPlH-nwuu ""iT! Oks" .lkuk -- - r Wl XT . w- - 43 -.- Tv BX?. &&? .y. 'i m EVfyisViiiiiE, Ind. pro-Iosin- SASH &c ZBLUKTUDS Pumps, Cane Mil ' M, 'V1 IIP ." Ureck-inridg- LOUISVILLE, KY. What is Wood Purifying Simple Estimates promptly made. Pumps, hi Iron Force Pumps ft Light running JOBJLV 5tk & 16th STS., For alljrind and depth Wells and Cis- Thorough Work. terns. R. M r J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. .M F. CL0VERP0BT, KY. IM. - r - - D'HUY, -- - Branch House, HARDIMSBURG, KY. Jewelry Depavtmmt. ITCHES, I Grocery Department. , rinpfe nin ULUlmd Him dCiKLn imnnv Musical STAPLE AND Merchandise FANCY. GROCERIES, and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, Fruits REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. L Is the place to T. DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, O; HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs less money than iiny other place in tho country The mnchiics I sell are equal to any that ugents chnrt; from $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to bo what I say or no traJe. Agents will suy the tmichino is no account, because the large difference In our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it as low as it can he cut. 'My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer dn plenf SlngerSewlngMiichlnes low arm, with all altncbuients. $1(1,50 Five drnwer dropleaf Singer tawing Machines l.lyh arm, with all at achments $1U.5M Send luc a chick or the money by rogister letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part nf tho country. Ucfpectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. GEO. W.SWEARINGEN, PHES. W. ADDISON, KY. luy SEWINCJ MACHINE for UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts. Louisville. CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main -- P. FrtEDZRICK. Ky. CASH. FOR SALE Mi'-clioll .'y Ji,l.ii !. Roch. n W Wood. Frc.l Itoert .. 1'k"1.VVi'nlin"1' U. juiiu Liocrnocler, . ,V, w" ..V.M..V...., .. ... uriiinmonu, V Strater. Jimcs r. Curil, Henry II rorkmn. on Time Deposits. Kecotiates Purchase and Sale ol Uonda. Solicits ycur Uusinna umcii.iuK3, SURPLUS $12,500. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It In as pleasant to the taste as lemon syrup. Tho smallest infant will take it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never falls to cure. Chills once broken will not return. nal tho price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. No pureatlvo noeded. Contains no poison. Cheaper than It purifjes the blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. -- 4 e s .' ' - quinine. :B M h WARRANTED chill for moat lit put, oue of thetu fur yctr, tod wltbln three weeki after beginning iib the Chill TodIo thejr were hale and heart, with red and Tour Chivka Ufcrud Uiehrrn. f. W. BTINSO.V, U. 0. Chill to tome children fv your warthy Tol emUtd,bailac pAltud tad Iea Cblll Tonic I In l lumrarr. The rm miihciki ineuo,, raria, icon, i Pkaae htui three dozen af CoKsiMTULRt Mm., Deo. IS, 1&S9. tu vleed with the lot fromIt.youI people wtrt deltgfatfd with hJ chronics who were flrov' Tiuf . i 4'? imagi-uitioi- i, I'OH SA.U BY" -- &.- IS. PISHBE, ky. ""CLOVERPORT, m I u Single Gtrap Track HARNESS. llic VRKV IIRST The Leather, Workmanship anil I'lnlsh are ol Price, SI7. t vui h jj HATE MONEY KY BUYING DIRECT. Wc run sell you ' .Jm " -- i jr Harness at from $6.00 up: Road Carts from $9.50 up. 00. M-- 8END FOn OATALOOUE. A0ME HANUPAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. f 1 HEE,E Furniture in endles.s .varie- WE AEE AGAIN ! h g, ty. nm now back at my old I Kl it - note-head- s, guar-"imtvj'- stand and respectfully solicit thq patronage of the public. IIIIM " , 'If1 K OTA - , B3l. ti J?-L- - hti 3BI0JLM FURNITURE, Iloncst Goods. Fair Dealing. UNDERTAKER, Honest Prices. JOHN D. BABBAGF. g, IUB-UAQ- it If you want Ouecnsware at reduced prices, call on i