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All rights reserved. - KEVER FAILS PLEASAHT TO TAKE. .uuui no nan loaded lnmsen witn us much jewelry as thero was room for on his person. His scrawny fingers glittered with rings set with diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires; his cuffs, pulled down well over his wrists, were fastened with buttons of amethyst; a massive golden watch chain, with dependencies of charms und lockets, stretched from pocket to pocket across his stomach, and a monstrous solitairo flashed from his cravat pin. To be sure, all this was very uncanny and repulsive in a way; but it was so extraordinary, too. that taken in connection with tho gentleman's extraordinary calling it ony intensified my previous curiosity about him. Beside, tho gleam in his bleary old eyo was not unamiablo. Ho marched briskly into tho room, and after a brief glanco nt me and a o bow began in rather a piping treble voice: "Good morning, sair. Yon weesh to look nt ze appartament? Will yot tek tho trobblo to walk opstairs?"' I don't know what I had expected him to say, but I was disappoints at what ho did say; a perfectly matter of fact and business like inquiry, with nothing moro than a foreign accent to lend it oddity. That seemed scarcely worthy of his got up. But "Yes," I admitted, "I should like to look at the apartment." And I followed him up two flights of stairs. . Tho apartment comprised the wholo of tho third story of theliouse. There was a good sized front room, 20 feet in depth by 23 in width, lighted by a large window facing north, and behind that a bedroom, a bathroom and a sitting room completed tho suite. The front room or studio was well colored in neutral tints and tho other rooms wero pleasantly papered. "What's tho rentt" I asked. "Eh, zat depend of 'ow you tek," the exterminator replied, with that cockney like contempt for aspirates which distinguished his nation. "Ecf you tek by tho mawns, feefty dojlars n mawns. Eef you tek by tho year, five hundred for tho year." This, which would have been dear enough in Paris or in London, for Now York was cheap. I had already looked at several studio apartments, but the only ones that were tolerably spacious and nt tho saino time conveniently situated were simply exorbitant in price. St. Mark's placo was accessible enough, and tho quarter, if not fashionable, was picturesque; and my landlord would, I venturesomoly surmised, prove to bo rather a host in himself. So "Very well; I'll take the placo for a year," I said. "Aw right; that's uw right," he returned. "And for referenceV You ir mo to?" "Reference':" I repeated. I was not uwaro that in Now Yorkfn would-b- o tenant, liko u would-b- o housemaid, must establish n "character." Therefore, "Reference?" I repeated. 'How do you mean?" "Yc3; sawmbody who knows you, to cay if you are respectable and responsible," ho explained, with unflinching cundor. "Why, do I look suspicious?" I demanded. He scrutinized mo carefully before ho committed himself to an answer. Then, "No, sair; you do not. You look aw right," ho vouchsafed, reassuringly. "But it is my custom, hnlways w'en I rent nn appartament, to bosk and geevo references. I geevo you twenty w'en wo re: torn downstairs." "Oh, I seo. It is the custom. Oh, very well. I refer you to my cousin, Mr. Eliot Morgan, of the firm of Morgan, Wynn & Co., bankers, down in Wall street. Is that sufficient?" You seo I rather fauJi&VtluTt tho name of so eminent u finuueier us Eliot Morgan, pronounced by mo with cousinly familiarity, would perhaps a littlo daunt my unconfiding friend. But I deceived myself. "All right," was tho exterminator's self possessed reply, "I go seo Mr. Mormorning, and if ho say gan you aro aw right tho appartament is yours." Wo went back to his office, and thero ho handed mo a circular advertising his business as an exterminator of insects. particular 'job or "I undertake o on yearly contract, to exterminate all varieties of insects from your furniture, your clothing, your furs, your house. Moths n specialty. Also, for sale in pound, half pound und quarter pound packages, or in any quantity, Muselle's Magic Insecticido, positively guaranteed as tho best insect powder in tho.unlverse. I refer by permission to tho following In number somo well known citizens" po-litre-faby-th- Vravco"; "I'nit is it exactly." And whatever-interes- t ho had aroused n me concerning my future neighboi ivnporuted on tho spot. CHAPTER III. TIIi: NIHILIST. supairb. You como, yes?" "Why, yes; by all means," said I. And thinking in my soul that a landlord who would take paintings in lieu of rent money wns n most convenient sort of landlord for painters to put up with, Louisville, SL Louis & Texas R. H. Co, r-- i K Tho onlv Certain ami ICITrrtiinl Cnra for Chills and Fover, Intermittent, Kemittent, Bilious nnd Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Bwnmp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver Or Malaria. Perfectly harmless, contains no Arcciilc or Quinine and can bo given to the. most dtillcuti) person, with perfect safety. As n Tonic for Tired Feeling, Loss of Headache, Nervous Depression end ow Spirits originating from Malaria, Itstands iono and without a Parallel. iItXOE, 81.00 JPor Bottle. generally. Sold y VrvooMi J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., ErANSriZZE, sou raorairroES, CHAPTER I. cumosiTY. In September, 1882, I came back to New York from n Jlvo years' residenco ns nil nrt' student in Paris, and took n studio 'vith living rooms attached in St. Mark's placo. Tho house, which had formerly been a pviviito dwelling, was owned and tho threo lower floors were occupied by nn old Frenchman named Archimedo A largo sign under the drawing room windows read as follows, in loiters of gold upon a sablo field: Mu-sello. Xnd., V. 8. A. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY BANK. OP " HAHDIUSBUHG Capital Stock $25,000. h r I II. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLBlt, M. II, I1BARD, Cashier. f. W. BEARD DO MORRIS KS Kill It. M. JOLLY. ') - Director. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH or GOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA Or any Dlsente where the Throat and Zungt are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Ii'erv Power, you can be relletei and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL OP or INSECTS. I chanced ,to ,bo passing through St. Marie's placo ono day shortly after my arrival here, when that sign caught my attention. It struck mo as delightful. Exterminator of insectsl In its ingenuous incongruity, Its fearless blending of the terrible with the minute, it seemed not only intrinsically pleasant but very agreeably and characteristically Gallic. I halted and stood still before it.wrapped in contemplation,wondering the while what sort of personago this exterminator might bo. My imagintltion pictured a roly poly little fellow, French to his finger tips, with a glossy bald pate, u blandly benevolent countenance, an effusive manner and then a fierce defiant black mustache, waxed and curled upward at tho ends un Roland Furieux, mais bien petit, as Qrinchotto is described in tho play. Anyhow, he would be, like his ensign, unticlimncteric; a droll inixturo of ferocity and mildness, of tho bellicose and tho bourgeois; breathing simultaneously fire, vongeancoand a gontlo odor wished I of soupo aux choux. had somo insect to offer up for extermination, so that I might mako an excuse for paying him a visit and scraping an acquaintance. In default of any I was at tho point of moving off and continuing my journey when I happened to another and smaller sign, suspended below tho big one, advertising a "Studio Apartment to Let."' A studio apartment! Tho very thing I was hunting for. I climbed tho steps, rang tho bell and told tho young.mau who opened to me that I should like to look ut tho studio KXTsrtuiNATon ob-ser- AUCHIMEDE MUSELLE. apartment. CHAPTER II. THE EXTERMINATOH. A fortnight later found mo established, with my household gods and painting tools around me, at Monsieur Musello's, nnd on tho best of terms with my landlord, who, by tho way, had turned out to be n perfectly ordinary, good natnred and slmplo minded French bourgeois, with no other noticeablo idiosyncrasy than thnt childish vanity which impelled him" to mako a guy of himself in outward appearance, but which manifested itself in nothing else. On the day when I took possession, and while I was busy unpacking and putting things in order, tho old gentleman enmo to pay mo a littlo visit. "Well, it go aw right?" ho began by Inquiring. "Yes, thank you; it seems to go pretty well," was my reply. After which for a littlo neither of us spoke. I continued my labor. Ho stood still just within my threshold, and beamed upon mo with a bonign though Tather vague and irrelevant smile. By and by: "Thero is moch curiosity about you opstairs," ho announced, making his tono nnd his physiognomy confidential, nnd pointing with abojowelled finger to tho coiling. 'Indeed? What do thoy want to know?" I questioned. J'Well, sho avo bask mo, I guess, mob-b- o twenty-fiv- o .questions, all about you. Your name, 'ow hold aro you, 'ow you look, w'ero you como from, who is your family, w'at you pent everysing." "And you, what have you told her?" "Eli, w'at do I knbw to tell? I tell her your namo is Mr. Eliot, and you 'avo tho air to bo mebbo 20 years hold, good enough looking young feller for tho rest, and you como from Paris, w'ero you 'avo made your stodies, nnd you got a brozcr-iri-larich benker, whoso namo is Mccs-ta- ir Morgucan. That is all I can tell her, because that is nil I know." "I'm suro I feel greatly flattered by her interest in mo," I said. "Yes, it is real nico," Muscllo agreed. "Tho olo man, her fazair," ho went on, after a moment's pause, "ho to a fonny olo feller. 'E dio of cawnsomption, you know." "So you told ino tho othor day. Do thoy think it's funny?" "Ah, that is not w'at I havo meant. I mean ho is fonny in uzzair ways." s "Aim! For example?" "Well, for example Well, o is a " well, 'e is w'at you call in Ecnglis 1 w lib-oral.- r A$hfor Scott' EmuUlon, and let no explanation, or lollcltatlon Induce you ( accept a tubitltute. With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chomlsts, N.Y. W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. Has removed anil will be found over F. N D'lluy's Jowlery Store, whero I will be pleased to see all old and new customers. All work in my Hoe of business will have prompt attention. I will at any time make Views to order. TIOTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. N. B. Old Pictures copied and onlnrged. Remember the now place of business Is over F. N. D'UUY'S, Jewelry Store, Cloverport, Ky. .nimcuosun many ron MltES nVlPfP "Good momtng, mlr. at za appurtamentf Yon teccsi to look shirt-sleovcs; nr.si r- -i S? I, th' .v.hI in1 ltnr frnjl tlnir.r tuluirHlnM uurti III Sis? lUBHt llieiliiiir. AllrJli..liMlilii r turn I. I. .li""" wr eriwxla 10 th'tlhwli'i mil rur TlieJ... ml ...rniuiu you jtniilnr "f Mil. .ilrrnlpunnit .i.ntv. il. .mill .nd of 111. I.lf cut jvr." tb ar.pe.niuc. of ll rediwrd 10 nvr ICOr. THlfev.V lout II Onlr hi rni li ! Mtllr, lli.t.1. ulm wriir 1mi. IhiiiI our. .ml iu.k. .un. i.f K .ii.ltitrr-.- ' w. Ill.m1l n't M Th. fOilOTrlSf It I. fraud, douW. ill. lmttr.IIMtthr.rtc.fltabu!k l.o r W. "Ill Im .. fro'iHSH ,?Ti lo I O . d. it lr.at. from lb. .utt.wfib. u ,h.r.. "i "i m Bl.r writ. .1 one.. W. Mr III The young man he was in his ho emitted an aroma that transported mo in fancy to Marbeillcs, arid he spoke liko a Frenchman who had picked up his English on' the Bowery the young man said, "Walk into do awflus and set down; I go call do bosse." "Tho boss?" I queried. "That is Mr. Muselle?" "Sure," tho young man responded. Tho office into which ho ushered me was 11 bection partitioned off from what iiad of old timo been the drawing room of tho house. A largo desk stood between the windows uud behind it sat a snub nosed young lady with ruddy hair writing in a hugo leather bound account book. I took possession of ono of the half dozen chairs that wore ranged in a row along the wall, and waited expectantly for tho exterminator to material- " "" .lr. ' BUY YOUR S01I00L BOOKS FROM BAB-BAQ- FINE SilOW G4SES 43Aslc for catulocue. TERRY M'F'Q CO., Nashville, Tenn ft h nci sWHnV.'r1lV wmimtmAmmwm. m III LflgPsfini?r?nc BS4.NilllliFREE. LWorthWIUU.UU. iiil"- - vuik nbw M llStll Theaa aamt'lea. at wall IftlUHTirSB TT.k -- ... mm Wo. All the work roi. call-f- our mJ do It to aliow what w od ou to thow who lwayt rctulii and at Ighbon nd thot afiout you-- ihl In boldi for yw wb n one .HC9KsuiBiPl4.i raluabl t rada for valubllluoflIiitiehiltl .ni.a. ltd I01ID OOLU huniine JUoih Udtf nd Stiit lzci. ol f vHh work I ana lu O.ic rtusofila outl rech locality can arcura oot torcthcr with our law "free, - lwitihlti thtKAvcrkl I'rrfict tliuc.tpfT nrrmuiedbfiT! cim rii ize I did not liaVa to wait very long, and then of courbo I saw that ho corresponded in no particular with my being neither roly poly nor bland of countenance nor fiercely mustachioed, But I saw Also and instantly that ho was a vast improvement upon it. Ho looked precisely as though he had stepped out of a French vaudeville. Indeed, if an accurate portrait of him had been shown to mo beforehand I could never have lvelieved that it represented a real man in real life. I should have taken for granted that it was either a fancy sketch, or a caricature, or u, bit from tho theatre Ho was' tall, spare, erect and manifestly very old. He had the face, and espe- thirty. "Tlioso ladies and gentlemen are of my clients'," ho informed me. "I refuir you to henny or hull' of them." Just as I wns leaving it occurred to mo to ask: "pli, by the bye, nro thero any other artists in tho house?" "There is a young leddy hartist 911 the floor above you the top floor. Sho is a femalo hartist, you ondorstand. Her Wait; if I pronounco it namoisMees you will not know how to spell it; if I spell it you will not know how it is pronounce. I write it for you." Ho procured a pencil and a scrap of paper from his bookkeeper, and wrote in a stiff, old fashioned French hand, "Miss Sophio Paulovnn Eczardy." "You know hair?" ho questioned "No; I don't know her. It is an odd namo. How should it bo pronouncod?" "Well, jus' for fon, you toll mo, how you think." "Well, not, as it's spoiled, of coui-bo- . Not "Oh, Hit is a 'Unguriun name, und thoy pronounce it jus' liko it Haich-- . was tho letters Haieh-ar-de- o ardy. Ain't that fonuy?" "Very. And who nvu thoy?" "Tho young leddy and her fazair. E is one Doctor Eczardy. 'E ia an eenVa-leo'E dlo of cawnsomption, yon His name is Paul Eczjirdy, wiz nnuzzcr name in the middle w'ich finishes in itch, too long to remember." Ecz-nrdynuu-nun-n- o. d. u, which lrid. ;SkViMfVMfi per toWtowork (sO to 0O wek d opwardi. from UnouaI Co., JIox i 1 , rortlaaU. Maine. 23 Addrett. BaBY SYRUP BlldruggUts. Price BULL'S facilitates Teething nii'J cts. v Dill I 74& CurcsCoagHColds, 0Jtmlm V Bronohitis, Group, Aflthmfi- "-- " SVb M COUgh, 3Iovo3 persons. Prtoo 25 " "" icipiont Consumntlwj w I V UP all drugglsta. cts. At nmilllllir BOrYOUUSOIIOOL BAQE. - BOOKS FROM BAB- - Netlco tho label on your paper and ' nee ll yot.r time expire.) tt,l moutu, cially tho hands, of a very old man. His hands wero emaciated and discolored upon the backs with freckles and largo yellowish blotches, h hands hardly over aro until old ago com 23 on, and the skin hung loosely from tho bones uud the veins stood out dark and wiry, and tho finger nails wero parched and corrugated in n way that signified unmistakably advanced old ago. His cheeks were sunken, his hollcw eyas were framed in by a network of wrinkles; from each side of his jaw and beneath his sharp, prominent chin tho mottled skin sagged downward and formed u dewlap over his Adam's upplo. Yes, ho was manifestly very old; at n charitable guets say 75. And yot by tiro omploymeut of sundry ready enough doviceslho had. contrivt J to turn himself into "a most groti'g(kaa simulacrum of youngishness. Howoro a wig of abundant curling hair, in tolor that dead dry reddish brown which one never sees except in wigs. His cavernous "A:..l uiu T . jhtcr is nn artist? What old checks. wero painted carmino. His wrinkles wpre half filled up with pow"Oh, nuyjlnj you weosh. Sho paint der. Ho was drevsed in tho lutes, and you n mtniaturo on nivory. ana uiok most youthful fashion, wearing a natty, you a bcog hoil paiuting. Sho tek you n cutaway coat, 11 whito linen waistcoat, a Jeetel photographtand draw you from It picture in crayon any eiza you liko. tower liko standing collar, a modish blue hurt." ' ' cravat and trouseis that had been care- Hall kinds of teo. You pays your money, "Ah, yes, I ' fully creased in a straight line down the and you takes your choice?' 1 front. To atvoMs toilet tho flnUhhyr "Yfs," assented tho exterminator, I followed him down stnirs. He led mo to tho back room on tho second story, wliicliVas furnished ns n bedroom, nnd there, having closed tho door nnd thrown open the blinds, "This is my 'ome," he announced; "and hero is tho picture." Ho had described it as r. big picture; and big it tcarcely was. But in point of artistic merit it far surpassed what I had como prepared for, oven though tho specimen of her work which ho had shown mo nbovo stntrs had been so good. Its dimensions wero perhaps two feet by eighteen inches, and it represented the interior of a dungeon or prison cell. An oblong window, too high up to bo reached without a ladder, too narrow to permit tho passage through it of u human body, nnd further protected by stout iron bars, admitted daylight and framed in a patch of slaty wintry sky. For the rest thero were baro stone, wnlls, a stono ceiling nnd a stono floor; while n broad stone slab, so constructed that it formed a part of tho solid masonry of tho wall from which it projected, was tho only piece of fumituro in evidence, and manifestly answered at onco for bed, stoDl und table So much for tho accessories. Thoy wero rendered in a spirit of exact, almost photographic realism; and the effect of mnssiveness, remoteness and gloom, proper to tho subject, was vividly conveyed. And now the interest of tho composition centered in tho figure of nn old man, seated upon the broad stono bench, with his elbows resting on his knees, his fingers buried In his long, whito beard, and his eyes fixed intently, vacantly, painfully straight before him. Thero was something so irresistibly pathetic in that old man's faco and figure that I, who had como to criticise, felt myself instantly penetrated by an emotion of distress and sympathy ns if I wero looking upon a veritable human being nnd not upon n mero cfiigy in paint ami canvas. His fnco was terribly emaciated; tho cheekbones and the bridgo of hto noso seemed to bo almost starting through tho skin. His hair and ijeard wero long and whito und uncombed nnd untrimmed. His skin had that cluyoy, ghastly pallor which results from long seclusion from fresh air and sunshine. His clothes wero old nnd worn nnd thoy hung baggily about his limbs as if ho had shrank up within them. His attitude, limp and bent over nnd huddled together, breathed u broken spirit in every lino; and his oye3 in their fixed, purposeless staro expressed tho despair and tho hopelessness nnd tho dcop "Liberal, is he? Then ho is rich?" dull pain that consumed his heart far "Oh, no; you do not understand. I moro movingly than words over could mean in the politic. 'E is liberal, radihavo done. In examining this picture cal, communist. In Rossia '0 'avo been you quite forgot to think of tho nrtlst's in prison five, six I do' know 'ow many technique, which, howovcr, was excelyears for a revolutionist." lent. Indeed, if tho drawing, coloring "Really! A livo Nihilistl But-- but and modeling had not been veiy good I thought you Eaid ho was Hungarian." no such final emotional effect could havo "Tho namo Eczardy is'Ungurinn; yes, been obtained. you right, Bot the olo feller, '0 is Ros-sia"Well," demanded tho exterminator, His family 'avo reside in Rossia who stood at my elbow. " 'ow you liko sinco two hawndred year. Jus' liko it, eh?" mebbo you know Ecnglis man named "Oh," I said, "it is very strong. Very Benuchamp, or uzzair French namo, yet powerful and imaginative nnd moving. to Rossian But how did sho como to chooso such a '0 is Eenglis all tho same. 'E gentleman wiz 'Ungarian name, that's painful subject? And who was her all. Well, as I tell you, 'o is n revolumodel? Whero did sho over find such tionist; nnd ho got found hout in a plot; an awfully broken down old man?" and they arrest him and lock him op for "Eh, for tho bobjec' sho ent w'at Infive or 'six years in solitar' confinement, terest her, I suppose. Tho model, 'o was all alone, waiting till they try him, and tho olo man himself." zen thoy tek Jiim before tho magistrate, "What old man? Whero did she find Gen. Ogarcf, who decide ho is guilty and him? It's a wonderful fnco liko the condemn him to Siberia for life Bot wreck of a fnco that had onco been ho escape from Siberia and como to this strong, intellectual, almost beautiful." cawutry, w'ere '0 dio. You seo, ho catch "W'y, don't I tell you it wus her olo "tho cawnsomption w'ilo ho is lock op in man, her fazair; Dr. Eczardy, who leovo prison fivo, six years. Two years al- opstairs." ready '0 has leovo hero in my 'ouse, dy"What!" I gusped. "Her father? Her ing nw tho time." own father?" "Ho must bo a rcmnrkablo man. Is ho "Yes. It represent him in tho prison mcotable? I should liko to know him." fn Rossia, w'ero thoy keep him fivo, six beAIf you 'avo como two, free weeks years waiting to bo tried, and w'ero '0 fore, yes, you can meet him. Bot sinco catch tho cawn8umptiou. You soe it two, t'reo wcoks 'o to moch worso than was pretty hard staying all alono thero, ho 'avo been formerly, nnd 'o seo no ono in solitar' confinement, ono, two, t'reo, oxcop'ho doctor." After a littlo pauso four, fivo, six years. 'E protty near go ho added blithely, "Ho novor bo better prazy." again, I guess." "Hard! I should think it was. And "It's rather sad for his daughter," I you I don't seo how you can sleep with suggested. that picture in the room." "Yes, you right; hit to. Sho 'avo to "Oh, you get uso' to it," ho explained, work to gain their lifo, and at tho same with n shrug. timo Fho must bo his norso. Yes, it is "But sho! However sho could bring hnrd for her, no mistek. Sho get tired herself to paint it I can't understand. hout." Her own father! Tho subject is horrible "Is her only means of livolihood her enough in itself. But when it comes to painting?" ono's own father! To work over such n "Yes, that's nw. Sho mok becg crayon thing day after day, week after week! drawings for photographers, and sho I don't seo how sho could do it. Sho pent miniatures and hoil paintings. I she must bo a young woman of considget her to pent a miniature of myself on erable grit." 'Yes, you right; sho his," said nivory. She pent beautiful, no uso talk"Sho tolo mo about that picture, ing. W'at you think of this?" Ho unbuttoned his coat nnd oxtractod 'Mr. Muselle,' sho tolo mo, 'I want to from its inner pocket an oval caso in red pent a picturo w'ich mok people seo 'ow thoy treat n gentleman who is morocco. Opening it ho submitted for in Rossiaonly as suspect, nnd before '0 is tliomlniaturo in question. arrested find If '0 is guilty or hinnocent. my inspection tried to "Eh, w'at you think of that?" ho reE is only Buspcct, waiting to bo tried; peated. yet for fivo years thoy keep him all alono I was surprised to find that it was an there, in solitar' confinement liko that exceedingly clover picco of painting. In- till hto 'ealth to deitroyed, his career in stead of tho conventional product of tho tho world ruined, his heart broken, his crazy his minlaturo maker that I had oxpected I mind almost gono to deadand alivo,family or in or knowing If '0 handiwork of an able nnd not boheld tho ltobsia or in Siberia, or w'at, or w'ero, or pninstnking artist. Well drawn, well anysing about him.' Sho tolo mo thnt, modeled, well handled in respect of to explain w'y bho pent him that way." color, jt presented tho oxtonninutor to (TO BE CONTINUED.) tholifo. His wig, his powder, his rougo, his "jewelry, hto foppish costumo, and thora all, liko a skull behind a An Old Soro Healed. hiiisk, his genuine old ago, wororeflcctod had a painful, annoying soro on my nw" truthfully nnd as pitilessly as In a I 'looking glass, jft tvos justico untom-pore- d leg, near tho knee, that troubled mo for by mercy, and it was extremely ovor two years. I tried various remeirnnd dies, but tho soro, instead of healing up, "Why, this to capital!" I exclaimed. continued to grow larger, nnd to causo "Sho has real talent. What, a shame mo moro pain until I began to look for a that sho should wnf.to herself on minia- crutch. Through tho advico of a friend, tures and working for photographers!'! trouble, I 'Yc4,lttrftautlful: Jr to very fine," who was cured of a similar weeks was took S. S. S., and in a fow uequirccod Musello, griuniug complacured entirely. Tho soro healed up, cently. "Bot if sho work for photograto mark as wo and thero is not oven a scar left phers, you know, hit is Ch.uu.es A. Sumneh, tho place 11 faut vLvro. one, must riiv In. Friim:o. Mt. Vernon, Ohio. livo- - What would you 'ovo? Sho mtskA -'- May 10, 1800. no inoaoy if alio don't." Treatlso on Blood and Skin Diseases 'Vim vrM. T imilnratand. But tllO WO- - mailed free .rutji .who paiutod that lias It in her to The Swift Si'KCIFIoCo., Atlanta, Ga. 1. J. .MA1,1 t.. .t.l.-- . thrall. xn wnr-fl-i while Doos sho novcr attempt anything He "Do you remember how I used Wter?'' to call your hair golden, dear?" She ."If you como down, stairs, wiz mo," Why is returned the eitcruunatorj ""I" show you "Yes, but you novor do now. picture w'ich sho pent, and w'ich it?" lie "Because, 'when I, saw you a lces I tok ono timo hi pluco of tho rent money tako it down tho other night,' i discovthoy bowed mo. It to magnificent; it is ered that It was plaited." n. Mu-sello. bo-hi- rcMt SCHEDULE a2MZ. TIME TnUluir Erfcct 3STO. 16- At 5;00 o'clck A. tf.. Snnday,Aug. WVtl 24, 1S90 ..G1' a To euro Biliousness, Sick Hendacho, .Const!' .iV .(V S . . . . r V , .(V Tmtinn. Aim Arm. tAvr.r i:nmniainu. tusco .m v tr JL" v S S tho safo and certain remedy. i tji sttam ... .. mrcuLaabo mnmmr , y . V A.l iV. .A .j?y r . Bound Train) M.6U& Rant llmmrl Trmni SMITH'S M Dally M." STATIONS Kxj.r's Kxpr'i Dally 1 Expr's Kxpr's Dally 8 0'iain 8 J0 9W) 9 01 9 a) 9 27 0"pin 0 40 7 ) 7 25 7 4.5 7 ft! 8011 8 8 8 8 8 8 00 11 937 9 41) 10pm Iv.Un'ii Dp't..ar 8M Kentucky St. 12 K 12 It 810 West Point 1212pm 8 0") Howard 7 4.) Hock Haven 1167am 1147 "Xi Longllranch 727 llramlcnlnirir 11 SS 7 2:1 Meade Springs WM Dally yifipm BILE BEANS T7no tho SM AU film (401ittlo Beans to tho bottle). TIIBT AIIK TUB MOST CONVENIENT. as' Price of cither Sv<Atslo 4ox I wise, nil per llottlo. gflc. Arm. KISSING"7-l7.70'XS!Kg5- 20 28 37 4.1 9 40 9 (VI 10 10 10 10 0CI 1011 Hkron Ouston IrvlnK'im IMerre 1128 113) 1110 11 01 717 for 4 tta. (eoppcra oriUnpa). 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U was indttd a happy thought to print an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long itoryiuch at you are used to get in booh form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halfor. Not only that, but with each number you get an abundance of other contributions, which gives you a good magatine besidet the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway of popular favor, have resounded throughout the entire land, and Lippln. call's Magaxine standt in the front rank if monthly publications, and is the most publication of its hind in the world. For full descriptive circulars, address LIPP1NCO TTS MA GAZINE, Philadelphia 53.00 per year, as cts. single number. The publisher of this paper will receive your y subscription. Wa M JBBfBk. Ilf trtv' tmSk jStWW V jm .itw THE SM, m. WWWWTaT BEST - "m.ienw CnEAl'EMT CONSIDERING CHILL CURE. MEDICINE JINOWN WTCI.Ii p MEDICINE DRUaaisT. LIVER Six yoke of oxen, four mules, from three tu fire years old. Three log wagons, log chains and dogs and everything necessary for a full logging outfit. All will ba sold at a bargain. Apply to GEORGE II00K, Eon Sale. IUrdinsburg, Ky. ALSO dTJDRJBJ DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, AND CHBONIO COHSTIFATIOK. IT QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSC T.(Gro.IIBAKBAE9 Attorney at Law, coubt 'mcTum C. C. MARTIN, Clovor-port- , NEXT DOOFI BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky HanHnsburg. Ky. rf-- - siiSitWas8WMSawMMl53Bi5w!SnWF "Ji$L... 'j liTTn'w iihV twin--- - - ' -- ..,,. " i 1 ' '' ) '" j " " "- - -' ''' A ' ' "J"" 'V"" t1"-!-,-1- " v1 ', v '" L r H"B .- .A. "rt In tho 'lo spoke ut Owenshoro, Monday, o other appointments in the L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. .esunmbly In behalf of Capt. ooiko rcrsr. Hon. John Young Pasrenpfr Dully nrr. IIardintbnrg..l2:1.1 .terests. .. 7:5S " has mnilo several speeches down Mixed (ex. Sundn;)arr. ooi.no FAT. . likewise, and the canvass is wanu- Pustenger 'Dally nrr. HarJInsburg'.. .g up to n fever heat. Mixed (ex. Suodi;)arr. " ..4:15 Tiik prosperous little town of Leavenworth, Ind., was almost totally destroyed by llro Thursday night of last week. ana The fire broko out in the business porir tion of the town about 1 o'clock in the m Dana's ' morning, ami having no llro service, tho ' ' a'""- people were unable to check tho flames. The principal hotel, a number of busiESS ness houses and residences were destroy, GOMERY. ed. It is reKrted that the loss will bill menus shorter reach $30,000. -- The' Denlccrats arc making a united POIISBIIBC Second district to secure tho etion of Cnpt. Kills. Hon. John V.ti.HAItUAUK ..... DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Dido, Kdltor . Agent &. Corrcspnt p in. a.m. a.m. a.m. r gp fete f - K? fr mere. Voorhees says Indiana will Democratic next month. How's This 1 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. s V. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. vill take $23,000,000 to pay the pen-.iWe, the undersigned, linvo known F. falling due the, next two month". J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bebusiSince the passage of the Mclvinley lieve him perfectly honorable in all bill coats will he worn longer. Jay ness transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their Gould says about three years. lirm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, A rti'.ki. plant is to be established at Walding, Kinnan & Marof a million Toledo, 0. Middlcshorough, at a cost vin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. dollars. English money is doing it. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, negroes, iinjorted to acting directly upon the blood and mucTwo hundred Price, 7.V vote the Republican ticket, have been ous surfaces of the system. per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. arrested at Chicago for i&W registration. BEWLEYVILLE. discovery has been of made. This time in the mountains Under Speaker Reed's teaching, that the Chickaiu nation in the Indian Tercheap goods make cheap men, we can ritory. imagine the people in his manufacturing community pleading with their merC. S. Illackburn, while returnNov. J. duc-in- g ing from x.xington to Versailles, was chants to take more for their goods, them up. This may be all true in inthrown from his buggy and severely d section, but in this his jured. community we are forced to Tub side of whisky in original park-nge- s take the opposite course and get the due lias been decided by the courts as down as low as possible. The Cash legitimate in the Prohibition State of Store is now pretty generally known as the place to get them with tho due nt Kansas. the very bottom. Speaker Reed, in his speech at Minneapolis, said he could see I,(momotivi appearhave made their ance in Jerusalem. The next thing we from the bright faces of his audience hear of will be a train of l'ullman Palace that they were farmers and free from mortgages and debt. He nlistook the cars running right into heaven. cause of the brightness. They were and mechanics, and the C'oMMisiot:n Rniiui, who is at the merchants brightness came from seeing the man Bureau at Washingbead of the IVn-io- n ton, is in Indiana, stumping the State who was going to get the farmers to due in the iutcicst of the Republican ticket. them up in place of down. The Cash Store is down in prices and up by the McCmck-e- n will stay down till forced It is rumored that President swelling tide that is coining. Nearly all is trying to get control of the principal coal mines at Fonlsville, also of the goods now in stock were bought before the advance and will be sold at the same ( lucushoro and Falls of Rough Railroad. low rate as heretofore. Come quick and Piiksiiikm Harrison has not deter- fast and get ahead of the advance. mined on n successor to Justice Miller Crowd in;tnd wait with patience, and on the Supreme Court bench, but his you will be waited on us soon as possifriends are urging the appointment of ble, (ireat rush last week and largo sales. We have no credit customers .Inline (ircshani, of Indiana and no credit prices. Same price to all Mr. Kllis is not elected in the Sec- alike. Only positive cash house in the ond district, it will be no fault of the vicinity, and the only one with straight 1'rey Wood-so- u cash rates all the way through. Owensboni .Messenger's. When you visit the Cash Store take a is getting in some good and peep at the Crystal Wedding Glassware lots of them for Ellis and Democracy. in the show window. Ixok at the nice suits of clothing at $7.75 that other A in: i tifci. pink suit was the kind of selling at 10; the fine overclothes The (iirl wore last Sunday. She houses are $!) that others are selling at $12. wasn't smiling, though, as most irls do coats at largo stock of ladies' and in their new clothes, but was in a rage 50; at the gents' underwear, men's and boys' caps as usual over Woodson and Watterson. and hats, the immense stock of line shoes for every age and sex, men's OxRci'Ciu n ns are getting badly scared ford and Congress real calf shoes warup oxer their chances for a majority in ranted at $2, usually sold for $2.75 ; lathe next Congresh. The Democrats are dies' line Dongola kid shoes at Sgh and making a grand rally in all the States Std, usually sold at $1.75 and $2.25; where Ciingiessmeii are to be elected in men's heavy-solefine Police shoes at 'o ember, and hope to be successful. Abd, sold almost everywhere at $.'!. The The McKinley tariff bill and the pro- reason for putting my prico on the posed Forte bill are being laid bare to above goods in letters, will be explained the people of this country and their in- when you look at the goods. Highest iquitous pioisious denounced in such price paid for thickens, geese, thicks, unmeasured terms as to almost insure turkeys, feathers, eggs, dried fruit, wool, Republican defeat. beef hides, sheep skins, fur skins, ginseng, yellow loot, bacon, etc. Willi Ktheie me several spirited conCvsit SioitK. tests going on in some of the congresF.ggsuro 111 cents. sional distriits in this State for Demo-irati- c Sidewalks are in a sad condition. success in November, nothing of F.ggs are in demand at the Cash Store. the sort is to U- recorded of this the Miss Victoria Payne is quite ill with Fourth district. Siiue the nomination Uphold fever. of Hon. A. II. Montgomery in the priMiss Clara Adkisson, of Guston, was mary here, all is as ipiiet as a summer breeze. Mr. (irtiudy, the defeated can- in town Friday. didate, has retired to his home in WashMissMattie licit, of Bethel District, is ington, satisfied with the result. His attending school here. friends everywhere are ijuietlv submitThe road superintendents were hustting to the will of the majority, and, it is ling last week. The Grand Jury is a believed, will all turn out in November rusher. and help to swell Montgomery's majorMrs. J. (). McCans, of Kliabethtown, ity as much as possible. The candiil.tcv of the Republican banker, bong, of is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Leitchfield, don't seem to create any Rennett. Tho Misses Drury spent Saturday and particular enthusiasm in the ranks of his party here or elsewhere. They take it Sunday with their friend, Miss Hoard, for granted that he was simply put out near Big Spring. The first quarterly meeting of this cirto receive the empty honors that surely await him when the returns come in. cuit will be held at Hig Spring next SatHut in view of this, which is certainly urday and Sunday. Miss F.mma Hodges, of Ixniisville, the pructlc.il situation of ullnirs, Demo not to be stoical and indifferent who has been spending vacation with crats are to the party's interest. While our ma her mother, returned to the city last jority is safely large enough, albeit there week. Mrs. Wilf Pennington and daughter, is not timo for any to remain away from the polls. In view of the unjust and un- Mrs. Will Pennington, of louisville, equal measures of legislation enacted by were the guests of Mis. Alon.o Rennett the last Congress, Democrats in Ken last week. Messrs. Gilbert Kasey and Alfred tucky should renew their allegiance to party ties, and Jiy their votes at the Payno have so far won the honors for highest average and deportment in the polls, deliver such a rebuke to Republiand Republican measures as will Rewieyville school. cans Mrs. Jesse L. Owen, of Falls of Rough, gladden tho heartu of their brethren in bo squally was Jiere last week visiting friends and the doubtful States. These relatives, ami attended the marriage of times, indeed, in Indiana, in Pennsylvania, in New York and other States her neice, Miss Cora P. Mcador. where the Democrats are trying to elect Old Doctor Drummond, their Congressmen. The Republicans, After years of patient study and expert efwith their accustomed boldness and frontery, are sending out their leaders inent, has given to the world a jirejmra- into these States ami Hooding them with tion which is nn absolute mid permanmoney as a sure means of success. Rut ent euro for every kind of Rheumatism. hack of it all, we trust, stand the honest, Ask your druggist for it. Tho price, is stalwart Voters in sullicient numbers to $5, hut it is a large bottle, and will cure overcome Unit class who'woutd bo Inllu-ence- d you, or the money will be returned. If by hcpublican boodle uad brib you are offered something else, write diery,-- and thus send honest men to tho rect mid we will send you a bottle by nation's, capital to enact laws for tho Express prepaid. Drummond Medicine Co,, Maiden Lane, New Yoik. jcoplp. A.NOTiiKit gold tariff-pampere- tax-ridde- n lh-k- s d - Tlio railroad suit will ho called up tomorrow. The pay car went down on the I.., H. it W. Saturday. Beard it Heeler want tottmy turkeys, ducks, geese ami chickens. Beard it Becler are displaying a nico lino of goods at close prices. Mr. Arthur Board and Eli Smith have been in the city several days. Mr. John McGary has moved into the , house vacated by Mr. Roister. Mr. Zack Herndon and wife, of Brandenburg, arc in the citv visiting Sirs. G. P. Jolly. Mrs. Walter Piggott has been hero several days visiting her mother, Mrs. G. P. Jolly. Mrs. Gerard Foote, of Bewleyvillc, was in tho cityyesterdav visiting Mrs. V. G. Babbage. Beard it Beeler are giving away Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and Shakespeare's Works. Mr. David Watson and wife, of Clark county, Ind., were hero last week visiting Mr. John Slaton's family. Mr. James Lewis, of Brandenburg, and Mr. 1). W. Fnirleigh, of Louisville, are here attending court this week. Mr. Charley Gardiner, of Grandtown, III., who has been visiting his mother here, left for his home Sunday. Sir. nnd Mrs. Gross Williams, of Hartford, Ky., were here several days last week visiting friends and relatives. Notici:. Buy your fruit trees, shrubs, etc., at the Ilardinsburg Nurseries. Zack Giiee.v, Manager. It. Y. Bush, of Hawesville, and Mr. Reuben Miller, of Owenshoro, are here, engaged for the defense in the Steel murder trial. Mr. Gerard Foote sold to Robt. M. Jolly, last week, a mule, urday. Dr. Stutiviile, Short Creek, Grayson said to be the best in the county for his county, was in town last week with tho age, for $150. Prof. Scott, who lias been teaching the view of locating here. The Chicago Comedy Co., begin a brass band here for several months, has gone to Louisville to take n position week's engagement here on Monday night, November 3d. with a music house. Those who enjoy comic operas should Foi'xn. A sum of money, which the owner can have by calling on me nnd not fail to go and hear the Chicago giving a correct description of the same Comedy Co., next week. Ix;t every one attend tho protracted and time of loss. J. R. Johnson. meeting nt the Bnptict church next Suits to the amount of eight or nine week. hundred dollars were filed in the Circuit Col. Z. T. Herndon and daughter, Miss Court last week by Louisville creditors Eva, were nt homo the fore part of tho against II. O. Morton it Son, of Rock week. Lick. Messrs. Geo. Frymirc and Elvice AVimp are spending the week nt Union Mr. Zack Herndon is in the city. Zack hits resigned all his public offices in Stnr. Sliss Emmie Brashear, of Preston has Meade county, and says he is just from Ohio, where he has been whooping up been tho guest of Mrs. Shehnan during tho week. the boys in McKinley's district. Hon. Chupczo Wathen was at home Sheriff Severs started out on the train from Ilardinsburg, Sunday, but returned last Saturday morning iir search of witnesses to appear before the Grand Jury. Monday. Blanch Bell, Annie Richardson Misses. One man whom he found on the train nnd Fannie, Jennie and Hester AVool-foland summoned, jumped off and ran. visited MiES Mnry Bickcrstaff, at Sonic other parties at llarned, when Long Branch, last Wednesday. they learned the Sheriff was coming A. W. Moremen bought one 2 year that way, skipped to the woods and old stallion and two marcs from the Glen-viecould not be found. stock farm last week. The stallion Passengers traveling in the caboose on (Hermit) sired by Phidias, who has n record of 2:1.1. He paid $3800 for Hertho freight train going from here to often get a littlo scared when mit. Col. Z. T. Herndon wns nt homo Sunthey start down the grade at Sinking Creek. The grade at the hill is pretty day, but went to Ilardinsburg, Monday, steep, and unless the brakes are applied where he is a witness in court. Col. in time, a heavy freight going East runs Herndon hns been in Ohio for sometime, at great speed if she is not checked and in that congressional district now when started down. Mr. Haygood tells represented in congress by Mr. McKinley. a good one on Bob Jolly and Dave MurHe says that a most exciting canvass is ray, both of whom, he says, got nearly now being conducted between McKinley scared out of their boots going down that and his Democratic opponent, but that hill some time since. the Democrats will win by a handsome majority. The opening of a bank in this place Ike Melton's ctolt show of his two stalbrought to light a $500 bill that a farmer lions get, caused quite a crowd to asliving near here has had stored away in Wyn-dott- c town Saturday. his house for twenty years. President semble in our Chief, seventeen in the ring, 1st Ik'iird showed the bill to your corresponpremium, Ed. Love; 2d premium, Dr. J. dent yesterday, and said that the man, M. Hardin. Hnj wood, seven in ring who lived near here, and whose name 1st premium, Tom Fonshctf ; 2d, Dick he would not disclose, brought the bill Everan. They were about as fine a lot to his bank a few days since and deposof colts us have been seen in this counited it with them. The bill was a littlo try for some time. torn, but otherwise appeared to bo nil right. This amount put out at simple interest for that length of time, would have brought the owner $000. k, w Quite n crowd In town Saturday. Mr. Thos. II. Ditto Is visiting his daughter in Henderson. Miss Ina .Malin is visiting relatives in Vine Grove. Mr. Aaron Wittleshofl'er, of Louisville, is in town. Mr. John Cooper, of Loiiisvlllc, was visiting friends near hero Sunday. Dr. Lon Moremen was at home Sun; day. Lewis is attending court at Mr. J. W. v. , Ilardinsburg this week. November the 4th Ib tho Congressional election day. Mrs. Belmear, Nelson county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lon Morcm.cn. Dr. Dugan, LouiBville, was down last week to see Dr. II A. Ditto. Misses Emily nnd Ermine Munford, Bewleyvillc, were in town Saturday. A ill Shain, Dod City, Kan., formerly of this place, died there recently. County School Teachers' meeting Saturday, Nov. 2d. Breaching at the M. E. church Sunday at 11 o'clock nnd nt 7 in the evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Shelhnan wcro in Louisville- last week. The Rock Gas Company commenced putting down another well this week. Capt. Joo Phillips, Memphis, Tenn., visited relatives in the bottom last week. Mrs. W. E. Ditto nnd daughter, returned to their home, Fort Worth, Texas last. I). F. Flora went to Louisvillo last week to work for the Prudential insurance Company. Mrs. Dr. Talbot, Missouri and Miss Sallio Hart, Tip Top, visited Mr. J. A. McGohee last week. Two Louisville gentlemen were down last week looking over the gas field wjt,li the view of starting another salt plant. Neighbor Malin, Ahncy Wright, It. II. Nevitt and Judge Rawiings went up to Doe Run last week for a day's fish. Juno l'rymire, Union Star, was the guest of his sister, Sirs. Shelhnnn, Sat- I Said It, and I'll say It Again fes I ' ' . Iff jffltat V tTi, - i 'fc . iirt tfi" t? v Vi i . . .; $Mto 'vij . " kv j;"'-' I V '&iist ' iyH utrl I ' ' ', jjjf t "JtHiI v - Jft J 4i jv, j , & tv fcllft ' rl f " U fti " ii i llUwi ,w - svj,',,: ' ti fit cAftlrr &&& THAT . WM. VEST & SONS Is the place to buy your t Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, BOOTS JiThey SHOES, HATS $c OAPS. ! wT are as cheap as anybody in town. UNION STAR. Quite n number of our citizens attended the base hall games at Louisville. Mrs. Wm. Bowmer and Mrs. A. B. Skillmnn, of 'Cloverport, were the guests of Mrs. Dr. Milner recently. Mrs. AV. T. To vis (nee, Bell Boot), nnd little daughter, Mira, are visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Liss Cashmnn has returned after several week's visit with relatives at New Albany, Ind. Miss Eliza Brasher is again nt home for a short time, after a protracted stay nt Cloverport with her sister, Mrs. J. T. 1ST Skillmnn. Mr. Bona Frymire died nt Webster on tho 20th inst., and was buried nt Preston the following day. "Mrs. C. E. Woods hns returned to her homo in Cloverport. Mr. Wm. Hawkins, of Hito's Bun, wns up last Saturday to see his daughter, Miss Alice, who is here for treatment under Dr. Milner. IT'S A POSITIVE FACT IN THE COUNTY. THAT WE HAVE THE LARGEST addlery and Harney 4 Hon$e When in town give us a call. John P. Haswell & Son, Post Office Building. Louisville, Ky., Auditorium Novem I A -:- It is a positive That we have had a larger trade in ber Attractions. Mr. Daniel Quilp takes this opportunity to extend his best thanks to- - the friends of the Auditorium for their patronage accorded the Emma Juch Opera Company, nnd to the Strauss Vienna Orchestra, and at tho same timo it gives him pleasure to announce for their pleasure and entertainment, during tho month of November, 1890, two important engagements, namely : Week No- vember 17th, Kiralfy's excelsior production of "Around the World in 80 Days." Everybody has read Jules Verne's "Around the World in 80 Days," and while tho imaginative tour of Bhincas Fogg, in that space of time, hns been beaten in reality by Nellie Bly, yet it is an established fact that the Kiralfy's have never been excelled in their special line, and that they stand on tho top of the ladder in the spectacular dramatic art. The Kiralfy's for this production bring four car loads of elaborate scenery, a largo elephant, and a company of over 100 people, including tlio great "Mikado "Ballet." For this engagement tho following are inclusive, 50' the prices: Seats 25 cents; Lowcents; Scats 1,055-5,00-0, er Private Boxes, $J; Upper Private Boxes, $4. On sale at Baldwin's, November 0th, 1890. Thanksgiving week, Nov. 21th, 1890, "Tlio Duff Comic Opera Company" (200 people). Tho Duff Opera Company, which last April delighted tho patrons of the Auditorium by their splendid performance and grand scenic productions, returns to give during Thanksgiving week tho fallowing great Gilbort nnd Sullivan Opera Festival: Monday, Nov. 24th, "Trial by Jury." Tuesday, Nov. 25th; "Trial by Jury." "Wednesday, Nov. 20th, "Pirates" of Penzance." Thursday, "Nov. 27th, "Mikado." Thanksgiving afternoon and night, "Mikado." Friday, Nov. 28th, "Iolanthe." Saturday afternoon and night, Nov. 29th, "Patience." Prices. Subscription tickets, including the five night performances (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday ami Satflvo night performances, urday), single performance, $1.25; $5; 1,055-2,58- 0, single performance, 75 cents; ,2,581-3,00- 0, singlo performance, 50 cents; Lojvor Privato Boxes, 12; Upper Private Boxes, $!. Salo of subscription tickets, Nov. 1st-8- th inclusive. Salo of singlo tickets, Nov. 10th-21)- th inclusive. All orders sent to Jas. B. Camp, Business Manager, P. O. Box 03, will bo carefully filled. Tickets on salo at Piano House, 1). II. Baldwin A Co., 2:1 Fourth Avenue. ox TINWARE cook, HARDINSBURG, KY. '. FERTILIZERS Thi3 season than any house in the county. We have only a few tons of our Pure Kaw Bone left. Secure this opportunity to grow you a large yield of wheat, before it ig all closed out. M ing. - and In endless variety, both heating and Buy now before the cold winds of winter are blowing through your whiskers. We have the styles and our prices are guaranteed. Our stock of KITCHEN PUENITUEE Is complete in every line. Call and examine our immense line now on display. 4 Hon. Clint. McClarty, President of tho Louisville Clearing House, was hero last Saturday and Sunday, visiting his uncle, Col. Alf. Allen. Mr. McClarty is one of the prominent business men of Louisville, and takes an active interest in tho public nfiairs of tho city. Ilardinsburg is his birthplace, and it affords him great pleasure to come here occasionally and renew old aequaintnnet s. He thinks our town will be largely benefitted by the railroad, and that it will steadily improve from now on. Cioverport's natural gas, he said, would certainly invito hig capital to that place before many years. Mr. McClarty thought that tho outlook for Breckenridgo county generally, in a business ioint of view, was very fluttering since tho building of the railroad. He returned to Louisville Monday. Scrcjufa 4 ;... BURGLAR. B. F. 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Tho Captain's overcoat d and cano were picked up m:ur uiu uuuy guie, wnero iiiey were dropped by tho fleeing scoundrel. It was providential that somo ono was on guard, el6o Captain Newcomb might havo died at tho hands of an assassin. n Enquirer. gold-headeCan-nelto- Buys a good Gold Wa'tch by our Club System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened gold cases aro warranted for 20 years. Wnlthnmor Elgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind set, hunting or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. Equal to any $75 Watch. Wo sell ono of theso Watches for $28 cash, nnd send to any address by registered mail, or by Express C. 0. D., with privilege-- vf examination. Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes: "Our jewelers hare confessed they don't know how you can furnish such work for the money." , Ono good reliable Agent minted in each t M 4 "S 3 X place. n , Writo for particulars. Empire Watch Co., 48 & 50 Maiden Lane, New York. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Jas. J. Stephens, Holt, Ky. For Sale one hundred ewes hi lots to lult purchasers, llred to thorough-bre- d South- -, down Ducks. vy. D. Holt, Holt, Ky. A, Eloek.oLWeteralBw77ocsato9 aildre's" IS or 20 mule calts for sale. 1(000 bj all droarfiti. li!xforJ. Prepared by CO., Apotkocirlei, Lowell, lUit, ". When Itaby won sick, wo gare her Cftstorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When sheiud Children, she gars them Castorla. Walter N. Niblack, bou. of L. A. proprietor of tho Rockport Novelty Mills, was drowned near Alton, Ind., last week. Ho was well known all along tho Nib-lack, IOO Dosos.Ono Dollar river. A reward of $tOO is offered for the recovery of his body. Pure Bred Berkshire Plga, all ages. Eligible to registry. For Prices and other InfnnnsJlon address J. T. Robjlrds, For Sale. 4, Cards are out announcing tho" marriage of Miss Etta Wilkerson, of this city to Mr. J. Evans, Monday, Nov. 3d. Needing Hirdtniburg, Ky. 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Mrs. Simonton, of Patesville, return cri from Lcitchflcld, Friday, where she lias been visiting relatives lor some weeks past. Tho Festival given by the ladies of church at Fisher's tho Presbyterian Hall, Friday night, was a decided success, both socially and financially. Just think of it, tho tariff does not effect sales, you can buy tho largest size Drum Stovo and one joint pipe and damper for $.1,00. J. L. Miller. G. W. Short, our, popular druirgist, has on Wall bought tho Warfield store-hous- e Street for $2,250. , He will take possession at onco and occupy one room for his drug store. Tho fii-- of Adkisson & Lyddan, merchants, Webster nnd Irvington, mado an assignment last week. Liabilities between $9,000 and $10,000, assets about -- THE LEAVENWORTH FIRE. Tho Loss Estimated To Reach I I I I l I I i i i T1 I I TTi FTl I I I I I I II I I I I I1 1 I i Mi II l"l I - Fnlly rSritii- - THE LAKGEST $76,000 WithButLittle Insurance. Several liilT (tin Flamm, One l'erliii fulullr .Iraon Suspected. I'rrioi Injured In TOYBODY HOWS Or ought to know that we arc the only homo manufacturing clothiers in tho city, and'.that tho clothing wo sell is fur superior to nny other and does not cost you ns much money. Our store has been crowded all week with purchasers and wc can say with truth what no other house can do that nobody leaves our house without getting suited in goods and price. We don't pull your clothes off nor talk you dizzy in order to make you buy in Our salesmen are polite and attentive, nnd they have positivo instructions never to misrepresent or to take the slightest advantage of a customer in order to effect a sale. In this respect wo differ from most houses in our line, and wo are glad of it. Fall nnd medium-weigOvercoats arc now ripo. Come nnd pluck one. sclf-dcfens- o. ht $0,000. any substitute FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FHANCISC ). OAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW rORK, H.T. h John Allen Murray, Cloveriort. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardlnsburg. Attorneys at H. MURRAY & BARNES, Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. vr. Mr. William Absbirc and son, Horace, A. Fallon and Elazicr Nicholas, left yesterday for Cumberland Gap, where thoy liavo positions as carpenters on tho new railroad being ljuilt by tho L & N. The Chicago Comedy Company opened their weck'H engagement herp Monday night in Fisher's Hall, playing "Mountain Waif to n largo and apThey have a very preciative audience. attractive program for tho whole of the week and .will, no- doubt, attract good houses every night. It js a good coms show. pany and they give a first-clas- i 4 Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HABDINSBURG, KY. Dank. "Office over Hardlnsburg Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEUl'OKT, BSTOffico with 1). K. Murray ofllce. R. JT. MILLER, near Post Hood's Sarsaparilla docs cure scrofula in every form. Tho most severe cases, too terrible for description, havo yielded to this medicine when all others failed. If you suffer from impure blood in any way, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. The Great Majority, Of cases of scrofula nnd other blood diseases aro hereditary, and therefore difficult to cure. But wo wish to state in tho most positive, emphatic manner that w . . hX'l" : Y'i r. ,y, "J -- S . ! &.. J ' & , S3, 5 ' Second street, from Elm to Poplar, is in the hands of tho railroad. To say Office over Richardnon't Hardware More. that it has not fallen into good hands, no CLOVERPORT. KY. one pretends to deny. It will, by the W. S. TAYLOR. time Mr. Sattervvhite gets through with J. II. TAYLOIl, J. C. DUSII, it, bo" in a better condition every way & Co., than it ever was, even before or since tho railroad track has been laid there. SAMPLE. Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store It is turning out just as tho News has 0WENSB0R0, KY. said from tho start, that tho McCrackens Fredcrica Street, Miss Emma Bricky was on the sick wanted to do, nnd would do, if tho list last week. B. allow them, tho fair thing for Mr. Gus Gibson, of Lodiburg, moved tho town nnd all tho property holders to Sample a fow days ago. living on that street. Major McCracken Mr. Will H. Jolly will go to Missouri has been urging the City Council for two O.Tlce in Fisher's Drug Store with his uncle, Mr. Sam J. Jolly. CLOVERPORT, KY. years or moro to givo him an ordinance Mr. II. C' Gibson has chargo of tho allowing him to fix tho street, and prom place. ising, at thq same time, to comply with Wheeler store at this of Preston, was visiting Mr. John Barr, every condition of the ordinance grantSurgeon, ing him tho right of way. There has in Sample yesterday, the guest of Mr. A. not been n meeting of the Council for N. Jolly. Office at Dr. J. E. Brown's Old Stand. Rev. T. G. Cocks, of Hnrdinsburg, the past year at which this street busiCLOVERPORT, KV. ness has not been before it in some preaches here the first Sundny in each shapo or another. , Every time it camo month. up it was either voted down or wasn't Tho new church at this place is slowly nllowcd to be voted upon. At tho last but surely ncaring completion. It will meeting tho matter was brought up, a bo dedicated socn. v6to was taken, and tho Mayor had to WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1800 Mr. Samuel J. Jolly, of McFall, Miscast tho deciding vote, which was in fa-- . souri, who has been .visiting relatives vor of tho railroad". The Mayor and one and friends here, and in other parts of LOCAL BREVITIES. or two other citizens who were in favor Breckenridge for several weeks, starts on of the measure were smartly censured his return homo Mayor R. B. Pierce went toOwenaboro, for taking tho stand thoy did in the Friday. Wo had a very interesting spelling matter. Tho Nnws has also been cenmatch at tho school Iioueo Friday night, selling tbe stoves o( tins city. I am sured and accused of working for tho Hazel Dell and Sample schools. J. L Miller. railroad as against tho interest of tho between Hazel Pell won tho victory. Next C. W. Moorman went to Nasbville, people and the town. We havo done two schools will spell n Tenn., Monday. what we thought was best for all parties liazel Dell. match at A protracted meeting is in progress at concerned, nnd tho sequel shows that wo Mrs. Ella D. Rollins Jolly, died nt tho wcro right. It also demonstrates the the Baptist church. Mr. J. B. homo of her father-in-lawas in fact that tho McCrackens aro men of Jolly, near this place Monday. October AV. C. Moorman, Glendeanc, their word, and can, bo relied upon to do 20th, aged 32 years. Sho was tho wife of the city Saturday. whatever they contract to doi The Rov. G. N. Jolly, of Sardis, Ky. Mis Forrio Hardin, Holt's Bottom, was a constant sufferer for ninny street now is in a splendid condition, patiently bore her sickness months, in the city Friday. and will remain so for years, and no one nnd was she for the summons of her ready Win. Sahlio has a position with tho is in the least damaged. Divine Master, which called her from L. St. L. & T. as fireman. . tho sorrows and labors of earth to her reward in heaven. Sho was a woman of The Soda Ash Plant. Miss Lizzie McGavock was the guest deep piety nnd strove to raise her chilSunday. of Miss Jessio Hoyle, Dr. Barnum was hero Monday and wo dren in the lovo of tho Lord. A husSee Babbago's show window for a good understand accepted tho gas well for tho band, threo little children and many reSoda Ash Company and mado a contract latives and friends mourn tho loss of this display of Gent's Underwear. truly good woman. Her rcmnins were Rov. David StanclifT will preach at tho for another well to bo bored at onco for taken to Stephensport to the Methodist salt water. Major Miller has tho con- church, where funoral servico was conM. E. Church Sunday morning. tract and will go to work immediatly. ducted by Rov. T. G. Cocks, then relaAll tho hunters are out slaying the Tho well will be put down near tho gas tives nnd friends took ono farewell look partridges, tho game law has oxpired. before it was well so as to utilizer tho gas in boring it. at tho sweet, patient face, r, Tho McKinloy Bill has raised tho The salt Well people aro in fino spirits hid forever in tho grave. No, not Tho only until tho end of time. not. J. L. Miller. pfico of tin, I have and say everything is working as well as husband nnd family feel deeply thankful to tho many friends who so kindly Call and examine my stock of stoves could bo expected under tho circumof Mrs. tinware and hardware. J. L. Miller stances. Thoy aro keeping their own assisted them in tho last daysBrume. and Jolly's sickness. There will bo no scrvico at tho Elm' counsel and aro not inclined to make street Methodist church, Thursday night public all they knpw. Wo aro satisfied, A Voice From the Executive Mansion, Mr. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir: Tho J.iggct E. Shannon will bo here, Nov. howover, that they are doing all they to facilitate niattcrs nnd that tho pantiscoplc glasses you furnished mo 7th, representing tho Durham Cienr can Soda Anli Plant will Mirly come if wo some timp since, gave excellent satisfacFactory. v. can find sufficient salt water. tion. Ihnvo tested them by use, and Thoy can't under sell mo, I soil for must say thoy are uncqualedin clearcash, and can't bo under sold. J. L. The Steel Brothers on Trial for ness and brillancy by any that I havo Miller. Murder." ever worn. Respectfully, Jo'iin B. Gordon Rov. I. B. Timberluke, New Albany, Governor of Stato of Georgia. Hardins-bur- g The Steel caso was culled at Ind., was in tho city last week visiting All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Monday. A jury was cmpannellcd friends. and sovq'ral witiicsses examined Monday G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Fred Cross has taken chargo of evening. Tho caso promises to bo an Robert Lindley's cngino No 12, while ho interesting ono as will bo seen from tho is away, following list of prominent attorneys en Mr. M. Skinner, of Hardlnsburg, lias gaged in it : established an agency hero for buying Hon. Chapezo Wntlien nnd Judge MH i. , shaved hoops. ton Board appear for tho Commonwealth If you aro building aJiouse, buy your For the defense, Rouben A. Miller, of hardware from J. L. Miller, tho leading Owensboro, Murray & Barnes, Murray & hardware man. Mercer and Hon. 11. Y., Bush, Hnwes-villDr. Payntrter has bought Mrs. Nancy The following is the jury : John Sklllman's dwelling near the Cloverport O. C. Woymcth, - Hardin T. Hotel. Price, $1,000. Barnes, A. Bt Kosoy, Jns. L, Frank, Lcm Tho king of .medicines Hood's Sunipa S. Board, Byron Johnson, B. T. Fowler, rilla. It conquers scrofula, salt rheum N. M. Mercer, Dan Smith, Fletcher Merand all other blood discuses. cer nnd Luther Cleminons. A lull stock of Gent's Underwear light yruratgla Pertotis and heavy weights, ranging in price from Andtlio'e troubled with nervoiisnci resulting $1.00 a suit to $5.00 at Babbago's. from euro or overwork will be relluveU, by taking Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician an"d Surgeon, Second Street. DRNTISTS J. H. Taylor The Courier Journal says: The Leaven, worth, Ind., fire of last Thursday morning turns put to bo much moro serious, than was at first reported. Sixteen houses woro destroyed, and the loss is placed by citizens of Leavenworth at not less than $75,000 on which very llttlo r, insurance was carried. Mr. P. M. one of the sufferers, was in tho city yesterday. Hosays the fire broko out at 12:H0 o'clock in the night, and spread with such rapidity that but little could be saved. The Haines started in Fleming & Grimes grocery, and spread with such rapidity that ho thinks there can be no doubt incendinrics were at work The principal suffers and tho losses sustained by each, ho says, aro as follows: Democrat, $2,000; Crawford County 0 Fleming & Grimes, grocery nnd feed, M. Kendall, tinner, $1,500; j W. Hostcttcr, lawyer, $300; Chaa. Holbach, saddlory and harness, $3,500; O. W. Whitcomb, furniture, qeenswarc nnd jowelry, $5,000; Eugene 'McCulloch, general store, $8,000; W. L. Temple, drugs. $2,000 ; A. E. Stewart's residence, e kept by Mary E.Hahn, $3,000 ; $1,500 ; Ourbacker Hotel, Mary E. Halin, proprietor, $9,000; Ferkheiscr, saloon, $000 ; Stuart Miller, barber, $50 ; loss.on building, $800; P. M. Ourbacker, dry goods, groceries nnd hardware, $15,000; C. Elliott, saloon, $000; Mrs. Cunningham, milliner, $800 ; Mrs. Miller's residence, $150 ; L. Miller, barber, $150 ; Sam McFall, $2,000. In addition some stables and other outside property, aggregating nbout wcro burned. Mr. P. M. Ourbackcr's insurance was $0,000 ; nm McFall's $1,000 ; A. E. Stewart, $1,000. Very little insuranco was carried by tho other sufferers. Mr. Ourbacker sustained tho heaviest loss, nnd says this will probably finish his career at Leavenworth. Ho may move to Louisville nnd engage in business. It is hardly probable that many of tho buildings destroyed will Do renuiit. Several persens wcro badly hurt in escaping from tho second sloric,s of the burning buildings. Among thorn were C. Wayno Cook, Democratic nominee for Prosecuting Attorney from tbe circuit composed of Hnrrison and Crawford counties, who broke his right leg in jumping from tho second story of tho hotel, nnd F. C. Cooper, who sustained, it is feared, fatal injuries whilo escaping the flames. Our-backc$.1,-00Post-offic$1,-00- 0, LAMP.'.HOU SK ZTCsT TOW1T. m Our assortment of beauties consists of entirely new patterns, select designs for Harps anil Bands. Rich gold finish of highest order Positively smooth-workinadjustable high-grad- e g, Perfection in the Ait of Decoration. Some of our pattern are fitted with 'The Tien-ton,- " JULIUS WINTER 011 Reliable" ClotlUers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 spring extensions made under celebrated patents. Our new patent embossed Porcelain Founts, with Domes I I Centre Draiibt Hurncr Fount, the best mado Improved over all nbso-lutely It is simply others. perfect, and is the only S x w Centre Draught Burner Fount that is easy to extinguish, easy to trim, easy to So simple and safe that a child can handle it. 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 l I I I l to match included. ROCK HAVEN. Tho coining election don't seem to interest the citizens much in this section. of Garnettsville, is quite feeble and nearly entirely blind. Mr. Tony Miles shipped a nice drove of fat hogs to Louisvillo market this week. Mr. William Whitworth hns struck tho pension lottery. The Express is doing n lively business with rabbits, qunils, etc ; now. There aro four old veterans in this part of tho country drawing pensions from the Mexican war. Mrs. Mary Thomas and daughter, Mrs. Minnie Crist, of near here, are visiting relatives in Texas. County Attorney Hamilton was in attendance in Squire Keith's court this week in commonvcnlth cases. Mr. John Funk, of Gnrnottsville, was married last week to tho Widow Norton, formerly of Breckenridge county. Master Jesso Keith, son 'of Squire Keith, cut two of his toes oil' while cutting wood last week. County Surveyor Yontzlcr, Commissioner G. II. Bungar and Jesso Willett ha.vo been dividing the land of George Dow, deceased. Mr.'P. Z. Aylsworth, we understand, has cancer of tho tongue, which has nearly eaten his tongue out, nnd can't possibly live much longer. Old Undo John Allen, living nenr Grahamton, has just drawn n pension to tho amount of $2,000 on account of a son lost in tho nrmy. Mr. Shelf, of Elizabethtown, represent ing the Freeport Insuranco Company, insured most of tho farmers' bouses in this section of tho country. Mr. Henry Robinson, wifo nnd daughters, Misses Mary and Nancy, of Now Albany, Ind., paid their relative, Unclo Samuel Davidson, a pleasant surpriso visit last week, in honor of his birthday, this being his Rkl anniversary. Mr. C. II. Lane, of Garnettsville, wo hear, has sold his store and dwelling to Harrington Bros., ofhear Muldraugh. Mr. Lane is a good merchant nnd peoplo regret to seo him quit business. Old Dr. Sherrill, take chargbe of his father. Haswell, deceased, and will doubtless of tho unsettled business Tho grand jury returned the following indictments: George Moody, grand larceny; Crete Dean, colored, petit larceny; -' Crit. Spencer; horso stealing. V. G. Babbage, master commissioner, filed reports sales in the following cases: Ilensley & Bcnrd vs Barney Fisher itc; Lafnyctto Green vs Franklin Overton ; James Miller's, Adm.'r vs F. II. Priest: Thos. F. Sattcrfield vs Milton M.Tate ; Pleasant Adkisson vs Nancy Robertson JnmesMiller's,Admr vs Robt.R.Miltou James Miller's Adm'r vs Jno. P. Pool ; Heilman Machine Works vs J.D. Taul; Horace Payno Ac. vs F. P. Payno ; Clias. Alexander's Adm'r vs T. R. l; Mc-Gil- Suiter THE TELL CITY 9 CLOVERPOET, KY. S A. Witt vs Clarence Miller; II. Wilson vs James A. Benjaminc; Mollie S. Pulliam vs A. M. Pullinm; II. C. Armstrong vs G. T. Mercer; James Miller's, Adm'r vs Columbus 1). J. PLANING MAFUFACTUUERS OF ILLS at this establishment in Also dealers In Felt and Bodlne Roofing. Paynter, Dr. W. Physician and Surgeon ld Dr. David White, Physician and Breckenridge News; Eskridge ; D. C. Footo vsJ. A. Evans; Win. Bellwood vs Sallio Bell wood, Ac, report of claims and settlement. Elins L.Mattingly vs Same's Adm'r Ac. report of claims and settlement. Milton M. Tate vs Gardner Hawkins, report of sale. Win. and J. W. Miller vs W. B. Taul, Ac, report of sale. Chas. Reidel vs I). S. Duncan, report of sale. D. S. Richardson, Adm'r vs Win. P. Wheeler, report of claims. James Miller's Adm'r vs Jerry Bright, report of sale. James Miller's Adm'r vs Milton Tate, jr., report of sale. L. II. Taul vs Rhodn Wilson, report of sale. Pleasant Adkisson's Adm'r vs Nancy Robertson, exceptions to commissioners DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In the Turning and Scrolling line of work wlll.be done tho best manner and at ttib lowest rati. Old Stand By's Market Keports, Corrected Weekly by LOUISVILLE HOUSE. You will find The H. W. Herndon Co. (JK.NKII.U. COMMISSION MKIICIMNTS, 144 Third Street. VKOKTABLKS. STOVES 01 all kinds and Prices. report filed. Apples, Fanoy Applet, Common Potatoes, new per bbl Onions Beans, bushel Cabbage, per bbl l'OULTEY. 2 50 75 3 00 - I Su 2 SO (ii) 1 75 2 00 2 75 2 00 (5 2 25 1 25 1 00 to-da- sores, tettor, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no nav reouired. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover- Sort, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, CIECTTIT COURT PE00EEDIHOS. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Richard May vs Alf Roberts, motion transferred to Equity docket. James T. Goff vs R. L. Newsom. amended petition filled. McII Meador's, Ex. Vs McII. Meadors, Heirs, vs report of settlement filed. Mary C. Heston vs. Robt. P. Heston, Col. Allen filed report as guardian P. M. Daniel vs Vituln Daniel, attorney for non resident tiled report. F. C. Mattingly vs Richard Harner. ac tion dismissed on motion of plaintiff. Richard May vs Alf Roberts, defendant moved to strike from tho petition all that portion which sets up former action in this court, and judgment and proceedings thereunder and filed answer. Jnmes Hnmbleton, Cloverport, appointed examiner for Breckenridge county. A Heward of $500 Will bo paid for any Case of Rheumatism which cannot bo cured by Dr Drum mond's Lightning'Rcmsdy. This offer is mado in godU faith by tlio proprietors, and thoro is no reasonable oxcuse for any ono to suffer longer. Any ordinary caso will bo cured by ono bottle. In addition to tho reward for difficult cases, the money is always refunded where tho remedy fails to cure. Tho prico of a bottle is $5, and that is tho cost of a euro. 0 Drummond Mediclno Co., Maiden Lane, Now York. 48-5- liens, per dot HAEDWAHE Of Every Description. Mixed Spring Chickens, per dot Live (lecsc, per doi " Bucks, per doi II1DKS 2 75 3 25 2 35 2 511 2 00 (i) 3 01) 3 00 4 HO-2 00 . ft (jjp " Oil and rur.8. ., PUMPS, O ROSS-GU- T Green Hides, 30 to 50 lbs " " small Dry Hides, salt r.;.... Hint Sheep pelts, fleeced 4 7 () 1 '7 y. fl SAWS, " BJi 40 jllij i)0 (a. FLUE TILING, MANTLES wool. Wool, clean Wool, rnoiii'CK. 20 33 (a 12 10 5 10 41 i 25 35 $ GRATES, Of all ICincls. John Condor, charged with malicious o. h, Sr Mrs. Eli and Edna Parr, accompanied by Mr. J. W. Parr, all of Clifton Mill, wore in town yesterday shopping. has t rudo mark nud crossed red Hues on wrapper. IWown'i Jt'im Hitters, All-wo- ol Gennfae, See Babbago's Scarlet Shirts. striking, failing to appear his bond was forfeited and an alias bench warrant ordered. Tho indictment against Ambrose charging him with obtaining money under false pretenses was dismissed on motion of tho Commonwealth's nttorncy. F. G. Benvin and Ansolem Harberry, charged with torturing n horso belonging to Joe Mullen, were tried and acquitted. Mr. Bcavin Tucker having been indicted for selling liquor to a person in tlio habit of getting drunk, tho jury fined him $50, and an order was cntercjl declaring his licenso forfeited. Mr. Tucker has appealed. Tho indictment against Georgo Moody was referred to the grand jury. Commonwealth vs. Henry Vertrces, Brownlow Crutchfield, Hollaco Layman nnd James Layman were on motion of CommonweltVs attorney stricken off. Clnrenco Board was fined $25 nnd ten days imprisonment for carrying a pistol concealed. Sherman Priest and Isaac Compton were each fined $25 and ten dayB imprisonment for carrying a pistol concealed. Commonwealth vs. James Robards, Wra. Whcatloy, James Turpin undThos. Gannaway were each continued until next term. AlbortCcnsar, ono of tho witnesses in tho prosecution ngninst the Steels, came into the court room drunk, nnd tho judgo prOirtptly sent him to jail for contempt. Jesse Dean, colored, charged with jictty larceny, wnsted and acquitted. Clnrenco Duncan, colored, charged with malicious cutting was fined $10 and costs. Absolutely Pure. Johnjfgwell, jr., was examined by baking powder. Col. Ajjj;)f and D. R. Murray and receivcream of tartar . A Has-we- ll Highest of all in leavening strength.- - ed a licenso to practice law. Mr. is the oldest son of tho late J. G. U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1880. Hos-kinsofor-ove- 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. Dutter, choice, country Butter, medium ' Inferior Eggs Feather prime Feather mixed Tallow Beeswax Ginseng May Apple Rout Blood root Yellow Root 15 (a) 12 (iil 8 C) 17 (3) 43 25 3 00 35 4 22 ' 3 30 CO 2 2 25 07 2K 2j 28 99 00 52 4 1 oiui.n and hay. Wheat, Red " Longberry Ear Corn, choice per bus Oats, Northern white 1 jyGuns nnd Pistols repaired. .'. 40 J. Lr MILLER, CLOVERPORT, KY. 75 Hay Timothy, choice per ton... 9 50 0 00 Mixed 5 00 Straw, per ton Veal Calves Rye... 80 13 00 t 00. fi 00 4K Farm to Rent. A In Shoe - s T. 11. R., one mile of Howard Statloa, Hardin county, Ky. 120 acres cleared, balanoe Id timber, about 80 acrei non In meadow, tbe remainder to be 'cultivated In otber oropi.' Improvement', a house of four, rooms and two porches and barn. Will rent for 1,2 or 3 years. Possession given 1st of January, 1891. Apply to A. DITTO, jr., Long Branoh, Ky. Jc on tbs L. St., L. rlrer bottom farm ofl27 acrei, iltuated We Beat the World. An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. For Sale. 200 Acres of Valuable Land. My part of the Basin Spring Farm, situated within SO minutes drive of Irvington, and ts dlreetly on the line of tbe Louisville, Hardlnsburg & Western Hallway, near Bennett' Water Tank. This station Is convenient to the. land, being only of a mile distant, making It accessible for both travel and shipping facilities. Basin Spring Farm Is one of the best farms In the county, and we consider this 200 acres that ne own and now offer for sale as the cream of the plaoe. 130 acres cleared land lying In the bend of Sinking Creek, and free Tbe balance Is in timber. from all overflows. farm situated in Parties desiring a the heart of Breckenridge county, can now get a bargain, as I am anxious to sell, being engaged In other business. It will be sold on liberal terms and far below It value. For any further particulars call on or address J. A. CONE, Care Hess, Ilenle & Co., Louis, vllle, Ky.i .or the Breckenridge News Office, Cloverport, Ky. In IlrecVenridge county, first-class 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. Making POWDHI J. A. WITT, iiiA i jfiin b&U y- - fjia,' s V" iFJAMWi W putting another in his pocket, for which he had paid ten cents. And now it was time to get the groceries and start for home; so he went into the village store, and the first thing he called for was some smoking and chewing tobacco, which cost fifty cents. Thon, thinking of the IKt Mary gave him as he started, he looked it over and called for the articles. The last in the list was ten yards of dark calico. Kefore buying it, he had the merchant reckon up what he had got, and found, as he exacted, that there was nothing left to buy it with. With a frown on his brow he started for home. "Mary will feel hard because I did not get the dress," he muttered to himself, "but how can I help it? I can't make money out of nothing. If I could, I'd get her everything she wanted. But 1 don't know how we arc going to get through this winter." So he thought, and talked to himself, and grew more disagreeable every minute. Poor, selfish man! How astonished he would have been' to have had any but one tell him that not only almost every time he went to town, he spent enough on his own bad habits to buy her a dress, and that his careful wife would have felt rich could she have had every year the amount he spent in that way, for he considered himself a very temperate man. Hut, by this time, he was driving into t!it" yard, and, dumping out the basket nf parcels, he drove oil' to the barn without a word. Maty ran out and brought it in, looking over its contents to see if he had brought the much needed dress and when she found he had not brought it, and her hands came in contact with tobacco, she the packet of dropped into a chair and burst into tears. Did she feel like meeting him at the door with smiles? No; she. remembered how, before she was married, she was able to earn a good living for herself teaching school, and how, for this selfish man's sake, she had given up the pleasant independence that' was hers; and who can blame her if thoughts rushed through her mind that she would have been unwilling to speak? We will not wait for John to come from the barn, for it is impossible for them to .spend a pleasant evening; but who dares to ceusuie the wife, or say that the wives of such selfish men (who are not intentionally mean) are not to be pitied? And their number is legion. I.fiihiu Iiwrcnce, in The Household. to-da- Young Man I This is for You. An Amusing Incident 1. Savo apart of your weekly earnThere was a very amusing incident on . an street car tho other day,M ings, oven if it be no more than a quarA Pictnro from Life which was more or less embarrassing to ter dollar, and put your savings, monthly, "I wish you would buy mu a calico two staid ami dignified citizens. Two in a savings bank. i i dross Mrs. Itlngliam wild to her colored women were seated together, 2. Huy nothing till you can pay for it, husband ns ho was starting for town. and just behltfd them were two mis and buy nothing that you do not need. "I am getting positively ashamed of my chievous youig white boys. Tho latter A young man who has grit enough to self, with calico so cheap, too." discovered that tho A fri can J belles toi- follow theso rules will hnvo taken tho "I will see how the money "holds out," lets contained several yards of ribbons, first step upward to success in business. John answered ; "it is n shame that all which, like tho "cockerel plume," in Ho may Imj compelled to wenr a coat a farm produce is so low that wo can't af- "Oh, were you ne'er a schoolboy," year longer, even if it bo unfashionnble; ford decent clothes after working so streamed "bravely out behind." Tho lie may have to live in a smaller house hard." boys amused themselves by tying tlioso than some of his young ncqaintanccs; So John drove on", and tho farther ho ribbons securely to tho backs of tho his wife may not sparklo witli diamonds went the harder grew the lines in his scats. They afterwards removed to an- nor bo resplendent in silk or satin, just face, till he reached tho village, and was other scat, and awaited developments. yet; his children may not bo dressed as hitching his horses to a post, when ho Presently tho two staid citizens referred dolls or popinjays; his titblo inay bo saw an old acquaintance coming up' tin? to entered the car and took tho only va- plain but wholesome, and the whiz of street. tho beer or champagne cork may never cant seat tho ono just behind tho "Halloo, John!" negresses. In a fovv minutes bo heard in his dwelling; ho may have "Halloo, Jim!" and John's face was the latter rang tho bell and made an ef- to get along without tho earliest fruit or wreathed in smiles as he said, "Let's go fort to get off tho car. Hut they were vegetables; he may have to abjure tho in lyre." unable to riso more than a couple of the theatre and tho gambling The "in hero" was a billiard saloon, inches from their seats, while an audi- hell, nnd to reverence the Sabbath day according to the reading on the window ble chuckle prevailed in tho car. They and rend nnd follow tho precepts of tho curtains; and both men walked in, nnd pulled and tugged and perspired over HiblO instead; but he will bo tho better John called for something to drink. tho hard knots, the driver grew impa- oir in every way for this I don't know what this something was, tient and the passengers, including tho Yes, lie may do all these without delri but I do know that there was only about two staid citizens, laughed. Presently lnent to his manhood, or health, or a swallow in each glass, for which John the two colored women turned upon tho character. True, folk may paid twenty cents. two men just behind them nnd accused sneer at him nnd affect to pity him ; but They then strolled to the end of the them of tying the ribbons. Denials nnd ho will find thatjio has grown d room, and watched n game of billiards explanations were useless, nnd the acand brave, enough to stand tho that was going on there, till it was end- cused looked as if an earthquake or a laugh of tho foolish. Ho has become ed. Then John, putting on Ins gloves, cyclone would bo a relief. Tito women an independent man. Ho never owes said he must be going. abused them in the choicest phrases of anybody, and so he is no man's sfnve. "Take a little swallow before you go," the slums, while the bad boys at the He has become master of himself, nnd Jim said, with really more truth than ho rear of the car, who had done the work, a master of himself will become "a leader meant ; and the same thing was gone held their sides. The fun was contag- among men, and prosperity will crown through as before, only Jim paid this ious, and every person on the car got a his every enterprise. time. Then they went out on to the big laugh out of tho incident. Mr. Young man! life's discipline and life's street and separated, each going his own the druggist, nnd Mr. Sacksted-e- success come from hard work and early u. ay. and the attorney, felt much relieved success A half hour later John was walking when tho two women finally released is all the sweeter at the time when old down the street, smoking a cigar and themselves nnd left the car. A Trifle years climb up on your shoulder nnd Breckenridge J ," NEWS. -- East-en- d 1890 III' FHAIMI5.C;UUI, -- : :- XiV" ! -- vl.U- LUMBER, LATHS, SHIUGLES, DOORS, - ) JrS - s ' j7zMMWi TtvWyiJs AAK Xl to.Wl SP'trffeSsk-vi' Vft0 i jl. r nZ.nTK' H ' v.l zwi. TVlLl&iaTV j i 3 EvfajisViLitE. Ind. club-roo- Pumps, Cane Mills, Wood Purifying1 Simple Pumps, Light running icAIN BET!; 15th. & 16th STS., Iron Force Pumps e. Estimates promptly made. empty-hende- d r strong-hearte- LOUISVILLE, KY. AIcntion this paper. terns. For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- Thorough Work. E. J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. What, Had-cmake- r, IMjBKnMrrrrrjnrnaBSMBaBMxrxwMirwrrwwrwvagMMB r, self-denia- l; hard-earne- d is BBKSBBBaMHMEB CLOVERPORT, t F. N. D'HUY, KY. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY; Gossipy, in Lmii.sville Post. I've. been a sufferer from rheumatism for years nnd have been unable to obtain any relief at all. Salvation Oil gave me entire relief and I heartily recommend it. IIKNUY WINKKL, Ilaltimore, Md. AVhat so wonderful, as a severe cough cured by, Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup for 23 cents. Try it! To Make you need propping Advertiser. up. Typographic The annoyance occasioned by the continual crying of the baby, at once ceases when the cause is promptly removed by Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup. CAST 0RIA Castoria in Dr. Saml PltcTicr'i old, harmlon and quick euro for Infants' nnd Children's Complaints. Saperlorto Crt"tor Oil, Parcgorlo or Warootlo Syrnpa. Children cry for Cnatoria. Mil" lions of Mothers bloss Cnatoria. Castoria euros Colic, Constipation t Hour Stomach, DlArrhrca, Kructatfon ; ntves healthy deep ; also aids digestion ; Without narcotic stupefaction. Jewelry Dcpcutmmb. WATCHES. CLOCKS AUD Gvoctvy Department, STAPLE AND FANCY JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Musical Merchandise Provisions, Confections, Fruits and Sewing Machines. Ono of the most popular household remedies is Old Saul's Catarrh Curo. Price only '2o cents. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. a Home Out of a House- The Memphis nnd Ohio lliver Packet Company, which recently bought the New Sofith for $."0,000, have now bought the Thos. Sherlock for 20,000. They are equipping their line with new nnd fast boats. It is said the Cincinnati, Portsmouth and Big Sandy Company, the Louisville United States Mail Line nnd the Memphis nnd Ohio Hiver Packet Company arc at the point of consolidation for the control of tho Ohio river business, nnd that there will bo a bitter war with the Southern Transportation Company. hold. Hospitality and the giving of ceremonial entertainments arc by no means synonymous. A dinner party is no essential element in that easy and gracious hospitality winch is the highest charm of the home life. "The ornaments of a homo are the friends who frequent it," said Emerson. The pleasure of social intercourse is so largely in tho unforeseen dropping in of a friend on those occasions w hen one does not provide entertainment, but merely shares the resources of the hour, whatever they may chance to be. It is not so much what we offer a guest, as the spirit in winch it is offered. The dinner "where love is," however simple it may be, is proverbially better than stalled ox served 'with inward reluctance. For the easy hospital ities of the country, the five o'clock tea in the city serves admirably, and the custom is too near meeting a demand of sincere life to be ever wholly banished by any caprice of fashion. The best we can give a friend is the sweet intimacy of home life, the ready welcome, the response of sympathy and interest. This is that true hospitality, for which mere ceremonial observances, while they have their place and no unimportant one in life, yet offer no adequate substitute. F.x. " I recommend Castoria for children's complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Archer, M.D., 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Tns Centaur, Compact, 77 Murray St., New York. L. D. ADDBSON'S ADDISON, Is tho KY.' jilaco to buy SEWINO MACHINE for less money than any other jiluca in tlio country The machines I sell aro equal to any that agents charge from $3S to $!i) for: I gunraa-tc- o them to bo what I my or no trade, Agents will say the machine Is no account, se the large dlflerenco In our prices, but I figure on this at on everything I hantllo, cut It as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick XVtYVlYVyWlVVXWVtVVWIMAVVVXWl-T- DR. ELLIOTT'S sssssfl IBHEA IvVlfO Medicated Food, A Suro Curo for all Dlsoases In "Then you have made up your mind, young lady, never to get married?" "Yes, sir; I'll die an old maid." "But if some young man were to propose to you?" "All, that would be a different thing altogether." Ilumoristim'hc Blaet-te- r. HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs -- sales and small profit. Two drawer droplenf Singer Sowing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $lt),SU Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $1U,&0 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of tho country. ' Ilespectfully, ' L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. 'XyfBHtc Sample Arising from Impurities of the Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD Single Ctrap Track SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN Experiment made show that when celery and many other vegetables are packed in damp moss and kept in a fool A. H. Flther, druggitt, Cloverport. place, they will keep well for a long Heard A Heeler, druggists, Hardinsburg J. V. West, general store, Preston time, and especially in winter. Gibson .fc Co. general mdse., PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. T. M. Mimmo. drugs and gen, muV., Custer. A. II. Morris A Son , general qdse.,Uig Spring HARNESS. Price, $17. the The Leather, Workmanship anil I'inish arc ol VUHV IIEST FOB SALE BIT PECULIAR INFATUATION. Different Methods of Following the Injunction, "Love One Another." Do men ever fall in love with each S. 0 Frank, general tndse., Mattingly I,. O. Addison, geLeral milte,, Addison' other? Women do. Not long ago a young woman in New Jersey was married to a youthful laborer on her father's farm. Some time afterward it was discovered that the husband was a female; the young wife refused, however, though earnestly entreated by her friends, to give up her chosen consort. The strangest part of the discovery was the fact that the bride knew her husband was a woman before she was led to the altar. If men do not exhibit this strange infatuation for one of their own sex, they at least oftentimes give evidence of the fact that they love one another. There are many instances on record where ono man has given his life for another. There are many more instances where men have given life to another. It is a proud possession the knowledge that one has saved a precious human life. Meridcn, Conn., is the home of such a happy man. John II. Preston, of that city, July lljh, 18!K), writes: "Five years ago I was taken very sick. I had several of the best doctors, nnd ono and nil called it a complication of diseases. I was sick four years, taking proscriptions prescribed by these same doc-toinnd I truthfully stato I never expected to get any better. At this time, I commenced to have the most terriblo pains in my back. Ono day an old friend of mine, Mr. It. T. Cook, of the firm of Curtis it Cook, advised mo to try Warner's Safe Cure, as ho had been troubled the same way and it liad effected a cure for him. I bought six bottles, took the medicine as directed and am y a well man. I am sure no ono ever had a worse case, of kidney and liv er trouble than I had. Before this I was always against proprietary medi cines, but not now, oh, no." Friendship expresses itself in very pe culiar ways sometimes; but tho true friend is the friend in need. s, to-da- Jonas Lyon, dtuggist, Custer. Mattingly .t Russol, general indse., Layman. Moorman .t Heeler, general mdse., Olendoano. W. X. Drury, general mdio., liewleyvlHe. Adktsson k Lydan, general mdse., Webster, W. E. Pool .t Co., general mdse.. Constantino. Bland & Miller, goneral mdse., Jolly. CENTRAL AFRICAN Wm. Hill, geueritl .udso., Garrett. Mi'ehell .V ithodes, general mdse., Rhodella. T. A. Millar, general mdse., Stephcntport. S. M. IIonninger.gencr.il mdse., West View. A. A. Hichardsou, general indue .Garfield. Walker Board, general mdse., Holt, li. Green, general mdse., Falls of Rough. H. II. Urasbcar, drugs Jc groceries, Irrlngton. W. II. ItlcWdion, Brandenburg. Simunton Jc Halo, general mdse., I'atesville. SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. We can sell joii Road Carts from $9.50 up. SEND FOR CATALOQUE. Harness at from $6.00 up. 1 1&. "HP vMV ' pt. AOME HANUPAOTUBING . INDIANAPOLIS, IND. GO. the Side of the Minister. Hilly Stenette's new paper, "The tiirl, published at Cloverport, has "raised sand" in a mention of an "alleged altercation" between a minister On COOKERY. Oliver unil Palatable Dishes lZutvu Without Much Ccrt'inony. As n rulo oply ono principnl meal is Old Nursery Favorites. There was Tom, (lie Sun cf the Piper, Jack Spratt, and Merry King Cole, Ami tho Three Wise Men or (inthaui, Who went to tea in i bowl, The woman who rude on a hroomatick, And swept the cohwebbed sky, f nd the boy who tut in the comer, Kiting hia Christinas pi?. and a young lady temperance lecturer. From what we gather from another report, in a staid old paper, the Hukckkx-mixiNkvvs, we aie on the side of the minister. The mission of woman is nobler and purer than the lecture Held. She trespasses upon the minister's domains and field of usefulness when she champions the special cause of temperance, just the same as a minister does w hen he digresses ami enters the arena of politics and becomes a candidate for county, State or national office. We venture the minister in question, the Ilev. Penrod, will never make n stump speech. Holding the pulpit as abroad field, lie will content himself with spreading the gospel according to the good old Haptist doctrine. Union Local. K PlainfieM, 111., makes the statement that she caught co!d, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. lie told her she was a lutjxlfM victim of cuiimiiiijitiuii and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption ; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles, found herself sound and well, now does her own housework and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discov Overreaching Itself. Theie is a wide margin of difference ery at U. W. Short's, Clovcrtwrt. Ky. between a lottery advertisement and a and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. newspaper's announcement of ChristPrinting, inas prizes for which the Atlanta Constitution has been thrown out of tho Wo make n specialty of printing letter mails. After swallowing whole caravans and envelopes, business cards of camels for several years, it Jh quite checks, drafts, and other eommcreiil touching to see the I'ostoffice Depart- imperii, in neat style, using none but first ment turn sick at the sight of a straw- class stock and the newest designs of berry. type. Wo invito comparison in quality of work and prices with any ofllco in this It pays to have good roads, and the section. tax for that purpose, is a small tfttm d with tho saving of the team. On No use of experimenting further when a good road one horse, can do more work "C.Q. C. Certain Chill Curo" .is guaranthan can two on a rough road. teed to curo Chills and Fever, and is deQuinine racks the nerves, "C. C. 0. lightful to take. Sold by G..W. Short. Certain Chill Cure" racks Malaria and Chills. No 'cure, no pay. Sold by 0. BUT YOUIl S0II00I. BOOKS FnOMIHB-BAOW. Short. A " note-heads, coin-pare- These were some of the old favorites, but they have been supplanted by the "Pansy" and "Chatterbox" stories, "Little Lord Fauntleroy" and "Five Little I'e)iers." The pills and physics have been superceded, and wisely, too, by Pierce's Purgative Pellets, a mild, harmless and effective cathartic. They are pleasant to hike so gentle in their action that they will cure the most obstinate cases of constipation, stomach, liver and bowel troubles. They should be in every nursery. As a gentle laxative, only one for a dose. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curtain, l!.imuu nail I Iir Tli'r.iiii. A vyomuii never gotJ over hor nervous terror of n telo;rr.un. No matter how familiar it may bu to her a sudden terror always clutches her us she takes tho unopened envelope in her hand and declares that she lias "felt in her bones all day that something dreadful was going to happen rk hor." And by nnd by, when she gi;U J.ho ouruo to open tho sinister mlseive, slio loolu up at you with u"tenry" smilo' nnd says: "Tom and Lucy will bo hero How glad I am! And how foolish I was! I nover will bo again." But sho will tho very next timo. Nuw York Evening Suu. Have your Job work done at this ofllco eaten in central Africa in tho early part of tho evening. It usually consists of parrot soup, roasted or stowsd monkeys, alligator eggs (also well liksd by Europeans) and birds of every description. They also havo moanibo, or palm choiM, and fish. A great delicacy, to considered by Euroiicuus and natives nlike, is eleHappy Hoosiers. quinine. phant's feet and trunk. Theso have It purifies the blood and removes all Win TinuiionH, rostinantor of Idavillc, malarial poison from the system. somewhat the tasto of veal. To prepare Intl., writes: "Klectric Bittern has done It is at large as any dollar tonlo an them tho natives dig a hole about five more for me than all other inedicino comfeet deep in tho sand, and in it build a RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. largo fire. After tho sand is thoroughly bined, for that bad feeling arising from heated tho fire is removed. leaving only Kidney nnd Liver trouble," John Leslie, tho ashes in the hole. The trunk and farmer ami Htockmau of same plnco ways : CoamuTiui, Vum., Dec. 11, 1883. feet are placed in this hole und "Find Electric Bitters to bo tho best Pitts Uidicivb Co.. Farii. TfDD.t with leaves, and afterward with hot Kidnoy nnd Liver indjeino. make mo Flrtie .end nf three. Jotro er too, GroTe'i Tute lM Cbl Tcote. I wm pteued with the Ivl from Ton sand. In two hours they are done. Lit tummer. The people vtre delhrhlrd erlth It. I feel like n new man." J. "W. Gardner, J fee. jour Chill Toole to eotne children wbo rre,All carcasses of animals which nro to pile eod ewerthr and etuicUted. bar toe bad ehroole ehllla for moDtlta piat. one of them for a jeer, and bo cooked aro placed on a block of wood hardware merchant, namo town, says. within three weeti after becloalot lth the Chill Electric liitterHJRJiisttlie tiling for a iiiah Toolo thej were hale and hearte. with red and ro.j and pounded until every bono is broken, CbMki II arud Ilka a charm. is all run down nnd don't caro whethW. BTINSO.V, U. I). care being taken not to tear or bruisd tho who skin. They nro then boiled or roasted on er ho lives or diesj he found now strength I'Ott 8lLfi UY an open wood firoor in hot sand or ashes, good nppctito and felt just liko he had n ZEe; without removing tho hido or feathers. now lease on life. Only C0c.n bottle, at Tho cooking is of a vory inferior grado, G. W. Short's, Cloverjwrt, Ky., and J. A CLOVERPORT, KY. tho only spices used being salt and pepper. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho kitchen utensils consist of common GEO. W. SWCARINGEN, PnES. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. earthen or'Woodenwnre. Very littlo timo XutH for Advertisers to'Cniok. is taken for setting or decorating the The mn:t who duKiuot findiidvcrtiKing table; knives, forks and napkins aro disprofitable Kciionilly finds btiMnuss un pensed with. Cor. Sixth and Main Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. Africans havo several vegetables well profitable. CAPITAL $500,000. SURPLUS $12,500. A bti3inesa may be likc:rd to an urchs liked by Europeans. N'gutti-n'sengis DIRECTORa a dish eaten all over Africa. It consists if capital und labor represent the pillars, Wm.P Olter.P.r.nalke.WT Grant. C O Strater, John 0. Roach, n W Wood. Fred Hoerta Iciac W. llernbeim, W. W. Drummond. John Doerhoefer, Jamet l Curd, Henry llroeknun. of egg plant, small fish somowhat like then advertihing is tho keystone, without Taya latere: on Time Deposits. Negotiates, Purchase and Bala ol Uoait. Solicits 'your Uuiln! our Bardinea and tho roots of tho cassava which the structure must crumble. Was newspaper advertising a success cr manioca plant (called n'gutti), wtilch havo a knotty appearance nnd often with yon last year? If not, why not? It pays others. It ought to pay you, und weigh nsinuch as twenty pounds. ! As tho lntter contains poison the will if wisely done. Ayera' Newspaper Manual. manioca is soaked in water for tlireo to Let your advertisement in all cases exfour, days to extract tho poisonous It is then cut nnd sliced and actly correspond with what you really tmall tomatoes are added. All is placed propose to sell. Bo prepared to show the Furniture in in a vessel with water, and seasoned customer1"! who inquires tho identical en Hess variegoods, and let prieourid terms always with salt and pepper and boiled. or, ns tho Europeans call it, palm tally with your announcements, am now Half the battle in advertising is In ty. chops, is also n favorito dish. The palm nuts aio first boiled in water until the knowing what to say und how to say it. back at my old Of nil things don't try to say too much pulpy substanco loosens from tho pit, rein one advertisement. Remember that stand and then tho shell, which contains a very de"Brevity licious oil, is placed in a wooden mortar n thing toJs the wml ofit, wit." If you've spectfully solicit ll, name with the price, nnd crushed to obtain tho oil. Whatever briefly. , If you want anytt'ing. waste tin the patronage of tho meal consists of meat,.fish, mussels wprds in ticcdlemi explanation, is put in a vessel, adding tho oil nnd the public. tho pulpy part of tho palm nut, also red pepper and salt, and is boiled. Roast or boiled squash (loenge) is generally eaten iST AgenU Wanlqdl with it. Sweet potatoes (m'balla benga) Circclam Fare are more farinaceous and sweeter than wt f1.HW..ir'. HlbfV ll.ln ffnM ours, but do not tasto so good. They .Hlven away to Introduce thtm. Knry hor owner 'U'i fntn I to 0. Mats aro boiled or roasted. Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. iimlntocw' (rrl. pciiiltfcraU ! Bnnnnos (bitaobo) weigh about half a H twiiiM in lOMiici- miu partial nitlflh-4- i Viritl-M- I rW it pound each and nro about fifteen inches iMflKl iroM.lKf nf,-.- f g. Ilii'lt, pick... long. When half ripothey aro cut in 6llccs and boiled in water with salt and Fine writing paper at Bnbbago's. If you wast Queensware at reduced prices, call on JOHN D. BABBACF. 1 MT. pepper. N'sensi is a littlo red bean, which is boiled in water without salt or iepper nnd is freely eaten. For peanut bread (chisulu) the peanuts aro first roasted nnd then crushed. This mass is then rolled and put into tho nkin of a banana, adding a littlo pressure, forming it into a body. It readily retains this shape fro t the jiivsKUio of the i r . in I'.io peanut. Ext1):" GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is ai pleasant to tho taste as lemon syrup. The smallest infant will take it and never know it is medioine. Children cry for it. Kever falls to cure. Chills once broken will not return. "ot yon only half tho.price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. Ko purgativo needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than -- " 'll ?4 vl ... e.. iszEaziEK, USNilON NATIONAL BANK ' mi K 'i o HERE WE AHE AGAIN Bub-stanc- o. ,- -', Mo-ninb- o, I JHL$IOlM- (HsHfl fflHV mmm 1 V FURNITURE, j UNDERTAKER, - IT-"-