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I vow to you that, cold and formal and disappointing as tho messagoBho had vritten was, my heart was pierced by a feeling so liko the thrill of love that lean think of no other namo to give it. Next instant, however, "What!" I exclaimed, turning to tho exterminator. "They aro on tho ovo of leaving Now York!" "Oh, nun nun no," ho quickly reassured mo; "not they. Only him. 'Ego to Bermuda to pass the winter. 'E start on Wednesday morning. Sho only tolo mo today, or elso I had tole you before." "Oh, I see," I said relieved. "Ho goes alone. Andaho" "Sho will' remain 'ere. Sho golion living opstairs alono by herself. Her father letfvfc her in my charge. I tek good care of her, don't you bo afraid." "I'm not afraid," I answered. "I think her fathor has left her in very trustworthy hands. But I should think it would, be pretty hard for her to stay on hero alono, with her father away ill, perliaps dying. It will be rather gloomy for her, won't it?" ' "Eh, w'at will you 'ave? Sho must stay 'ere to do her work and gain their bread. The doctor 'ave ordered him to go w'ero it is warmer for tho winter; and since she ts not rich enough to go wiz him 'o must go nlono, and sho must remain, alone behind." "Yes, I understand," I said. On Wednesday morning I heard a carriago rattle up to our door and stop there. Then, looking out of my window, I saw Miss Eczardy issue from the house, with her white haired old father leaning on hor arm. I did not succeed iti catching a glimpso of tho old man's face; his back was toward me from first to last. All I saw was his feeble, tottering body, and his long whitohair escaping from beneath his hat and falling down almost to his shoulders. The exterminator followed thorn, bearing the impedimenta of shawl straiw, bags, etc. Ho got into tho carriago with them, and tho carriago drove away. "Well, 'o's hoff at last," ho told mo that evening. "Wo had a fearful timo down at tho steamer, she felt so bad. Sho cried and cried, and would not bo comforted. Bot nt last tho steamer sailed and 'e was hoff. Coming back in tho carriago sho cried hall the way. Sho tolo me, 'Mr. Mnsello,' sho tole mo, 'I nm suro I nover will see iny fazair alive again.' I tole hor I bet her feef ty dollars 'o come back aw right. Bot between you and me I shouldn't wondalr" eef 'o dio down there. 'E's n fearfuf sick man, no mistek." On Saturday evening I went to got my dinner nt Maraschini's, that little Italian ordinary in Second nvcnuo of which mention has been mado before. I found tho place crowded to overflowing, ns it was pretty npt to bo on Saturday evening; and having looked around in vain for an unoccupied tablo I was on tho point of going away to heek refreshment elsewhere when the enterprising wife of the proprietor, observing my predicament nnd reluctant to lose my reckoning, camo up and exhorted ino to remain. "N,o place?" sho queried. "Oh, that's all right. I make a placo for yon." Sho led me into a small back room, properly a sort of to tho kitchen, which served as armory of tho stronghold, its Avails being lined with dressers containing pots and pans, spits andskewers and such other weapons, offensive and defensive, as are required to complete tho nccoutrement of a belted cook, but which, on occasions like the present, was thrown open to the public, nnd there she kept her promiso to make a place for me by ordering a chair to le brought nnd planting it at ono side of a tiny table, the opposito side of which was already in commission. "Set thero," she bade me." "You'll be ante-chamb- FLEASJ1HT TO TAKE. Sophia Paiiloviia Ecairdy. By HEHBY HABLAND. K lf Ilia ICopyrlglit. All rljhU roservei. had been suffered to gaze my fill in Maraschini's. "If ever I am to full in love," I said to myself, "it will bo with a woman of that eort. That is the sort of woman I have always longed to paint a figure tall and strong, yet rich and supple nnd womanly; skin like tho flesh of n camellia, yet dclicatelv touched with color of roso; hair like a ineah of flaines, and eyes thntcan light up with laughter, melt with tenderness, or burn with passion, nccording to her mood. I have alwaya longed to paint a woman of that sort, but models are m hard to find, go rare. A pcrfecf model I have never I wonder who sho seen until Ij." And wondering who she was, I began to iHsrceivo tho suggestivencu of the episode. It seemed to mu to suggest that my fair unknown mubt have an invalid relative at homo a father, mother, brother, husband, unable to house to whom sho waS , leave , the bringing' tho contents of her basket. And then all at onco it flashed across my mini, "What if sho should bo Miss Eczardy! Miss Eczardy, como for her father s dinner! J itrant you that was an entirely unwarranted and far" fetched conjecture; more especially so because this girl's' style was essentially southern and Italian, auiTMiss Eczardy was a Russian; but it took possession of my fancy with the tenacity of u proved fact. . "Yes, 111 lay a wager that was Miss Eczardy como for her father's dinner. By Jove, if that magnificent creature lives under the samo roof with mo" Upon that hypothesis as a corner, stone my imagination proceeded to rear a fair nnd radiant castle in tho air. I did not bco tho exterminator again until the next uftcrnoon. Meanwhile tile musical entertainment above stairs hid been ropcuteJ, leaving mo to infer thnt Dr. Eczardy's health was sti'l on tlio mend. When next afternoon Mu-se)dropped in to beo mj, after wo had exchanged tho ordinary fcalutatlons, "And our invalid up stairs?" I began; "I hopo ho continues to feel better." "Oh, yes; 'o feel prjtty good. 13 vve his hups and his downs, you knew, and jus' now 'o 'avo a hup. By and by V 'uvo a down again, then mebbe another hup. But he never get well. E die before twelve mawns, I bet yon feofty dollars." "Do tljey keep house up stairs there, or do they go out to their meuls, as I' do?' "Yes, sho go bout. Not him. 'E can't. 'E too sick. 'E stay at 'omo w'ilo sho go hout and get his dinner in a basket. Then bIio como back, and they heat it together in their room." "What eort of looking person is she?" "Oli, bho pretty good looking sort. She aw right abont her looks." "Yes, .butlier style? Is she dark or fuir, largo or small? Can't you describe her to me?" "Well, sho pretty beeir. Tall woman, you onderstand, nnd fimo figuro. Then for color .well, I supposo you call her fuir; bot ulio got red hair. Sho look liko a Meridlonnlo. if you know w'at that mean." "A Meridionals? That's odd, considering cho'o u Russian." "Yes, you right; it's" hodd. Bot her mother sho came from tho south of France. Sho wns a Frenchwoman. Miss Eczardy cpik French as good a3 me." 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Though tho words, of eourso, wero quite indistinguishable I guessed that it was a Russian' song, perhaps n folksong. It hud much of that savago impetuosity of rhythm and that almost barbaric brilliancy of color which vo feel in somo of tho compositions of Rubinstein. It was swift, merry, jubilant even, in its movement; yet a prolonged minor wail seemed to run all through itgiving a secondary effect of sorrow. Hero and there would occur a repctcifd, consisting of a succession of tenso high notes; every new dejiarfuro and variation of the tuno always finished by bringing tip nt this same repetend; the inflnenco of it upon tho hearer was very strange. It sounded liko hilarious laughter, yet nt the same time-- it sounded like wild, passionate sobbing, nnd it moved the hearer at onco to pain andto pleasure in a way that was'vory strange. Gradually as I listened the rhythm appeared to becomo moro regular, the eccentricity of the melody to moderate a little. "It begins," I thought, ,rto rc- Feniblo something that I have heard before. What? Ah, I remember; it is a good deal liko that song of; Cannon's whereby poor Don Jose is mado to lose liis heart to her. There is tho samo effective uso of tho chromatic scale She does it beautifully. I should immensely liko to ste her. I can fancy the way her oyo. flashes, the way her cheek flushes. Sho must be pretty. No woman could sing with so much lira nnd spirit unices Hello! what is this'" sho were pretty Tho floor over my head had begun to vibrato to tho measure of a dunce; tho singer had begun to danco in timo to her music. It struck mo all at onco that this was a little singular. Could Miss Eczardy not only sing but danco with her father ill unto death in tho next or, for all I knew, in the same room? I was pondering this enigma in my mind when somebody rapped upon my door. Como in," I called. Tho exterminator entered. Ho entered on tiptoo, as if fearful of making tho least noise, nnd with his finger raised, his lip3 pursed and hia brows knitted, a3 if to enjoin silcuco upon me as well. I looked up, puzzled, nnd waited for him to vouchsafe an explanation. Ho advanced very closo to me, when, bonding forward, and protecting his mouth with tho op:ja palm of hi hand, bo demanded in a whisper: "Eh, you hear that?" "Yc3, 1 hear it," I confessed. "Well, tho clo foller yon know, the olo feller, hcrf-zair- :'' "Yes. Well.' What about him?" "Well, ho feel batter. C. va mieux. You onderstand?" "Ah, that'll it, ij it?" I exclaimed. "Dr.. Eczardy feels better, and hiuduugh-tc- r celebrates his improvement with a song nnd dance." "Yea, that'r it. jSho sing and dance for him, and that chow he feel better. W'enover 'o feel pretty good halways 'e mek her ta sing and dance. Holike it." ' ' Well ho may. Sho has a sweet voi co nnd sho sings with fipirit." "Yes, you rightj sho sing first class. Bot yon bought to6eo her dance. She dunce! Eh,"I never seen anybody dunce liko her. It is iniiguiflcent. I go op stairs now to congratulato them, 'o feci bettor, yon ondorstand. Then mebbo they hask mo to walk in side nnd mek a visit. Then mobbo slit go hon to dance, and I set thero and see her. It is as good aaa theatre. It is wors five dollars. Well, goo'-by.- " And waving his bediumonded old claw at mo ho accomplished his exit. I felt as though I should not at all object to following him. I was beginning to be mightily interested in Miss Eczardy; an 1 1 am suro I should havo surpassed the exterminator himself in appreciation of her dancing if I, too, had been permitted to witness it. CHAPTER aUESSINd. EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGON! fir.TT'ru np.wrv A frank admission. Women's good sense is said to como AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS from intuition; may it not be that thoy SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, are more close observers of little things. 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She was manifestly not a stranger in tho place, for immediately upon her entrance ono of tho waiter stepped forward to meet her, nnd taking her b.n'iet from her he handed her a bill of faro. This document sho studied- - for a minute, then" spoke to the waiter-- as if giving him an order. He went off bearing her basket with him nnd during his absence sho stood near tho pay desk and chatted with tho proprietor's wife, Mrs. Mams-chin- i, who sat in stnto behind it. Presently tho waiter camo back and restored her basket tp her, now manifestly heavier than when she had parted with it, and having settled her score and given tho waiter his gratuity sho returned into tho street. This opisode, I say, struck mo as both interesting and Interesting, because the suggestive. young lady who sustained the chief lole in it wns vi'ry far from connuopphtce in her appearance. Of all known tyiws of feminine bennty that which I iwrson-all- y admire '.ho most is the Titiauesqno, tho woman who is of largo and goncrpni mold, yet softly rounded, vrith a siniili head set ujwn a full and graceful neck, a white ekln juqt transparent enough to be warm in tho checks, and, to crown all, golden brown eyes and golden reddish hair. And of this type I had never seen A nobler specimen tlian this yoang person of whom fojr some three minutes I each otlt.r. A fortnight slipped away. The health of Dr. Eczardy, us Jtho extermlnntorkept me informed, continued to improve. Every af tornoon hia daughter sang nnd danced for his pleasuring. I conceived a hundred schemes by which nn acquaintanceship betweon them and me might bo brought to puss, but I lacked the executive ability to carry out any ono of tiiom. Tho simplest schopio of all, namely, to ask the exterminator to present me, was tho least attractive. I really don't know why. In the end, however, I resorted to it. "I told yon a whilo ago that I should very much liko to meet Dr. Eczardy, You said then that ho was too ill to see people. But ho is so much lwtter n,oV that don't you think?" "Well, I tell you w'at I do," my landlord returned. "I'll hask his danghtoir. I'll request her permission to introduce you." "Thank you; that will bo very good of you," I said. "I'll hask her this afternoon nnd lot you knw right away." He left me, but at 0 o'clock or thereabouts in the afternoon he camo ngain. "See," ho began, "she 'ave written her answer for you to read." Ho handed mo a visiting card. Upon its face was engraved "Miss Sophfa Upon Its obverse, Paulovna Eczardy.' in pencil, was written: "Miss Eczaridy thanks Mr. Eliot for his kindness in to meet her father. Bat D. Eczardy is on tho eve of leaving New York, and ns ho will need all his strength for the journey he is about to take Miss Eczardy fears that the oxciteinent of making a now acquaintance 'might be lifto'tlie'itfeet. .Tlie chance wns (tone. It .was too Into bud for him. Sho regrets, thoroforo, that iipf'. Suchn "chance might nqver occur tho visit so kindly proposed by Mr. Elio uaia. I reviled myself with curses 'not must for tho present be deferred." I .lpud,but deep." hold this card n vow to you that as I my hand and saw her writing on it and (TO UK CONTINUED.) realized that sho had wrijten it for me H'cH, vis-a-vi- s, do-siri- Icrc lie af,cln; w jis, Miss Eczardy. Well, thero wo sat, facing each othor across that tiny table throughout that long Italian tablo d'hote, and ato pur dinners in solemn, unbroken sileuce. I wanted desperately to begin a conversation with her, but I lacked the hardihood to speiik the first word, and of course I could not expect the first word to como from her. I thought out a dozen possiblo mnnqiryera by which tho ice might be broken nnd the conversation started; but when it camo to tho rub of putting nny one of them in operation my heart faile'd me, ray tongue clove to the roof of my mouth. I fancied I hnd gpt my conrago .quite screwed, up to tho point of asking' her to pass the vinegar; that,it seemed to mo, would bo n natural opening and ono that might lead to something; but then at the eleventh hour it occurred to me that tho vinegar cruet stood within easy reach of my own hand, and that it would bo infinitely ridiculous toimposoupon her the supererogatory task of passing it, and bo I dnred not. This was utterly absurd. There was no reason why wo should not chat together. She knew who I was. I know who sho was; wo were members of tho samo guild, dwellers under tho Bame roof tree; wo had even corresponded togother did I not hold in my possession ono of her visiting cards, with a note written on it by her hand for ray eyes? There copld havo been no earthly liarju or wrong n 'our speaking tb each other and making friends. It would "wvo been unconventional, if you liko, hilt .not unconventional in any bad sense; and besido, isn't unconventionally in (their mutual intercourse tho pri,vilego of dls-- i artists? Yet thero we Bat taut hot rapro than eighteen inches from vcach other, nnd my childish timidity ueu.my ipngno ami prevenicu my malting tho first advnnco. As time went on and I saw tho moment drawing near and nearer when sho Would have' finished her dinner nnd be rcaTly to leave' tho restaurant ray antio-t- y to speak tp her waxed nioreinten.se, bnt not so my courage. I wondered wket'wr hbp'preclnted, .the situation 'as au'i ivrcutvyu my luuib iieanuu- arid .was, Juughlng M mo in lier jieovp. a ffn ie a giunco m uer ueauniui wl.Uqfuoo; i j was inscrutable. Presently jher rosejfrom hor cliuir, put on hor niaikUeiHid movpd off into tho other room, tho home nowspnper supports you. You wake up onco in n while, perhaps, and forsaking your private business, in which for years you havo been immersed, you turn out and spend a day or an hour for the public good at tho polls ghtlng of a boouTer, at a against tho public meeting talking for water works or somo now enterprise nnd then you return to j'our pursuit, loaving tho newspaper o clinch tho victory or protect the retreat, as tho case may be. Tlio newspaper man has been bo long the watchman on the tower, or the man on guard, that his service in this line ii taken as a matter of course, and the Vftlno of that service has fallen too far in public appreciation. But tho newspaperman is not whining. Ho cares whether his service ii appreciated or not everybody who is anybody is sensitive to appreciation or the denial of it; but ho knows what belongs to his guild, nnd knowing, he ia going to continue his performance. Still, when reasons are wanted for supporting the home paper, it is fair to say that the newspaper should be supported because it is a daily public benefit, contending for tho public good when tho public itself if drowsy or slumbering deeply. But thnt, you may say, is a sentimental reason, and so it is, partly. No telf respecting newspaper man would urge it alono. Tho strict business reason for supporting the homo paper is that it pays, directly, ns well us indirectly. Lei two men try two opposite policies. Let ono man advertiso in tho home paper-n- ot putting in an "ad." written in a minute on n scrap of paper, but preparing an announcement with euro and study, changing it frequently, always with the same care, and keening the scries going steadily. Let tho other man try any plan ho pleases of pushing business chromos, prizes, brass bands, balloon roid estate tricks, personal solicitation from house to house anything he pleases and see how it will como out For tho same money tho nowspaper advertiser will beat the other man two to one! Skillman Iluwesxillc 1001 Pctrle 10 07 Falcon 1010 U5rnm 12 02pm Lewfiport 1015 12 21 1033 Powers 123) 10 47 Pates 1243 1058 Owcnsboro 1259 1110 Mattingly 107 1117 Stanley 1128 117 WorthlnBton Snottsfile 1140 137 1151pm 146 Ilasketts 1210im 200pm ar.llenders'n lv 3) 1143 1160 11 1107 1112 1124 Stcphcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops 1037 1028 1023 1020 10 V 028 G19 GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for 014 558 551 641 531 5 22 Gil 1000 9 49 937 928 922 918 911 852 8 37 8 27 Reapers and Mowers, Grnin Drills, Fertilizer. 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Miss Olde Second thoughts are best, Mr. Starr, and I've concluded to givo a different answer to your proposal of last night. I am willing to becomo your wife. Starr I agree with you in thinking second thoughts are best, and I am sorry I asked yon to marry mo. I shall not repeat tho question. Yankee Blade. (7 MEDICINE FOR HEN ONLY! or FAILD) wsrUaadflEBVOCS LIVER CnEAFBST CHILL CURE. MSDXCINK JCNOWH C. C. MARTIN, OnUOQIST. CONSIDERING! QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. r LOST gAKBOOPi IT "Wm. ALSO C3TTIUB BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA. AND CHRONIO CONSTIPATION. iimniBi BoMrislho Boos. Is t Xrrors at Xxct sss sM ukiuilf Bod V lad MlaiL Effutts la Old o Toorifi DABlilTri Fine writing paper at Bubbago'B. M erik kfbwM. rofuJU(MM) 00.1 wii?rAi.o N. v. Cloverport, NEXT DOOrl BELOW P08T OFflCC. Ky arififc.i 11 " llUJI-!l- r Tvt "WFiS' i,n Hill ff 7 i Sixgr; the passage of the McKlnley IIAROINSBURG DEPARTMENT,; bill, there bits been mucJi'talk nlwtit its It is notice- V. (J.HAllHAtti: . ' effects upon the; country. i:dllir, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEIt ft,M8lK). able tluiLthe papers j'that ojiposo it nre r tilled with examples of its Injurious efL, H. &. W. TIME TABLE, i JNO. D.BABDAGE fects iiM)ii trade and lalior. Such examnmxn msr. ples' are not hard to find. They assert Pauenper Dully arr. Ilanlfnrburg..12:l3 p m. I,., St. I,. AT. I. or.nl Time Card. " .. 7i55 ii.ui, themselves all about us. It is getting Mixed (rx. Sunday) arr. 10.05 a.m. time for the protectionists to bo showing ooi.no fast. Mali nd Exnreia going Eait 11.07 a.m. i Weit I'aisenger Dally arr. HarJIntburg.. 8:37 a.m. question. With all Mixed 6.48 p.m. up their side of the " East Express (ex. SunJtjr) arr. " n 4:15 a.m. 9 27 p.m. thu fair promises made previous to the West 11.19 a.m. passage of the bill, Micro 'linn not been " Eit Freight Miss Nora Smith has returned from 10.05 a.m. West ii an instance since then in which the Owenslioro. poor man is benefitted, Is it localise Mr. 1). W. Fairleigh returned to Ixmis-yill- e TO OUIt COIIKKSrONDEN't'S. not n case to present? Certainlast Saturday. Gel the news and gel all the news and there is ly this measure has one redeeming featThe railroad people are putting the From Dana's nothing but the news ure, one clause in which a poor man spur in good shape. Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. can find consolation. It remains to be Mr. John Much has liecn removed to time the explained, and it is the duty of our Fon nlwut the friends to point it out and ex- his home at Fordsvillo. irand Jury has condemned the Unr The Court of Claims meets the third plain it. Don't all speak at once. dinsburg jail as Iwlng unsafe for the .Monday in this month. i)f prisoners. A St. I.ous cigar retailer, tired of exMr. Win. Miller came down from plaining the advance in cigars, intro- Fraukfott last Saturday. Kan., Tin: jiostinastor at Heard it Heeler want to buy turkeys, excluded the entire edition of the lx?a'v-- duced pipes bearing tile inscription: imvortli TimcH because it contained1 a I "On Account of MeKinley." The pipe ducks, geese and chickens. Heard it Heeler arb displaying n nice lttt of articles won at a ratlle at a Catho- has become n fad, and many a smoker will have to resort to it. The first a lic, church fair. line of goods nt close prices. of Havana fillers since the Mrs. Andrew Jackson,'6f Clovcrjiort, city of MeKinley bill passed was made in New Oveii 00,000 residences in the York last week, and a duty of $2 per is visiting Miss Clara Smith. Pittsburg, Pa., are supplied with natural pound was assessed instead of .'55 cents, Mr. Tom McGill has quit the saloon gat. Kvery residence in this city is supas formerly. If a few wrapiwrs are business. His license expired last Frinatural gas, but the number plied with fouml in the fillers, as is nearly always day. doesn't reach thirty thousand, quite. the case, thu duty must be $2 per ound. Tho receipts at the entertainments, There can naturally be but one predic- Oct. 21st, 25th and 7th, amounted to Tiikiik is a bale of cotton on exhibition, and that is that a majority of the about $80. tion at Memphis which was picked by cigar factories will have to bale weighs 475 American The Heard & Heeler are giving away Webmachinery. close after they exhaust their stock on ster's Unabridged Dictionary and ShakeIKtunds, and was picked in two hours, hand. Wo shall soon have inferior ci speare's Works. and is said to be equal to the work of gars at a higher price. fifteen men. The City Council met in regular session Tuesday night. Several important Tin: National Democrat, which was YiTi:mAt's congressional elections bills were allowed. established in Washington one year ago probably brought out the largest number The hunting season is lino. There indorseof votes that has been recorded for by Ivdmuud Hudson, with the of many of the great leaders ot the was never known to bo so many quail many years. The people were every- ment around here as there are this fall. where thoroughly aroused over the ef- party, has entered upon its second year Mr. John H. llcnsley has remodeled with a circulation of 40,000 copies each fects of the MeKinley tariff bill week. This is perhaps the largest cir- his old tobacco warehouse and mtido a newsvery neat business house out of it. According to rejwrts which have re- culation ever attained by a weekly paper during the first year of its existOwing to the increase of the business cently been published, ISermany employs ence. The National Democrat occupies on the dockets, our Circuit Courts will of her women in industrial r,r00,000 a field of its own, and one that too long have to be given a four weeks' term. pursuits; Kngland, 4,000,000; France, remained unfilled. It gives a complete Austro-HungarNotici:. Buy your fruit trees, shrubs, Italy, :!,500,000, and record of political information, including etc., at the Ilardinsburg Nurseries. about the same number. the most important speeches that are deZack Ciiikcn, Manager. livered by Democratic leaders in ConMerriwether celebrated his The largest sweet potato we have seen gress and on the stump. It is rendering recentninetieth birthday in this season was raised by Mr. Nick party an important service, and the ly. Mr. Merriwether was a delegate to near Westview. It weighed (I should be read by all who wish to keep pounds. the Constitutional Convention of 1840-."fully informed in regard to public affairs He and the six other survivors of Tom McGill, Lawrence Milter, C. P. and who mean to defeat the wicked Nothat body have arranged to meet on scheme of the Republican leaders to se- Hook, Morris Heard and James Pullam vember Hi, at the Convention now reviscure permanent control of thedovern-inent- , aro out on a hunting expedition this ing their labors in Frankfort. in spite of the fact that they are, week. The MeKinley tariff bill has done and must remain, the minority party in MiK'i: O'Connel, who has been consome good. We now pay our butcher this countrv. fined in the jail at Hiinlinsburg for sevcents a pound for beef which a month eral mouths past on the charge of killTin: election ju- -t past is one which is ago cost 8 cents. ing a man by the name of Donncgnii on only second in importance to that in Work of putting down the gas well the I.., II. W. railroad last spring, has which the whole nation is interested in will commence at once. We aro inbeen released by the Circuit Court, the the choice of a President. The people formed that Mr. Haynes, of Branden(iinud Jury failing to secure evidence on wcie mine fully awake to its importance, burg, has the contract. which to base an indictment. perhaps, than they have ever been. Yet "It's all a mistake," said one of our it is doubtful whether they realized, as leading merchants the other day, "about Tin: Kepiiblieaus have been winking they should have done, the great effects business being dead at this place. We the State of Indiana in this congressional of yesterday's decision upon the whole are selling more goods than usual this campaign for all she is worth. Nunc of country. Fortunately, the MeKinley fall." (heir ablest speakers, Dluiue among the bill was pas.'d in time to give the peoThe grand jury returned but few innumber, have stumped the State. To ple an exhibition of its effects upon dictments this court. Witnesses were cap it all, ('resident Hairisou went to his every branch (if industry; and notwith home at Indianapolis to vote. His preshard to get hold of, and those that were standing the efforts of Republican leadbefore them certainly ence, it was suspected, would have the didn't know ers to deceive voters as to the advance of effect of attracting a large crowd and much. prices of every necessity, the existing help to swell the Republican majorities. Jlr. James G. Stephens, of Holt, Ky., facts could not be explained away by exhibited at the court house last Monflimsy theories. Some of the tricks Mil. IIiatim.ios, the great railroad to were amusing. The fact that a day some of the largest Iiish potatoes magnate and millionaire, when a small little pearl button factory in New Jersey we have seen this season. Mr. Stephens boy, worked in a store, and one of the was forced to raise wages against a larger says the late crop of potatoes is very Miles in that store was to pick up all the factory in Philadelphia that threatened good. loose nails found on the floor and take Mrs. Mel I. Meador and her daughter, to employ all the workmen in that trade, care of them. Much of his success, ho Nettie, of Klizabethtown, were in tho was blown over the country by unscrupsavs, is due to his early training and the ulous editors as a direct result of the city lust Friday. They came over to complete mastery of the details of his .MeKinley bill. Such competition will look after the settlement made by K. W. business. So here is a pointer for the raise wages in any industry, whether Jones as executor of McII. Monitor's es look out for the little boys of protected or not. Hut the price of pearl tate. things and the big ones will take caie of buttons so advanced that e're long the The jury in the Steel murder case Ibeinsehes. industry may be abandoned and then stood ten for acquittal and two for two the workmen will be out of employyears in tho penitentiary. It is not I i:TK. rios since the Constitutional ment. A man need not be governed by probable the case will ever reach anComention met has brought out the fact arguments from either party. Let him other trial, as most of the important that there is an uncalled for school fund examine the prices of goods now and witnesses will turn up absent. due' the various counties that amounts compare them with the prices of four The railroad suits are occupying the to Si7S,l(."i(i.71. In some districts com- mouths ago, then compare the price of greater portion of the time of the court not ahas been wages and mon schools bae e the price he gets for his this week. Hut for these cases, which lamilit, and the per capita not drawn has likewise, and if he can see any- aro for damages to tho right of way, the credgradually accumulated sums to the thing at all, he can see wherein the Me- entire docket would have been disposed it of the counties. This accumulation Kinley bill has failed to benefit the of last Mommy. began in 1842 nnd continued till IHS4, Hud the bill been passed when the Legislature made it lawful to sooner, its effect would have it appears that tho depot grounds at been moie balances in &. incorporate unexpended pronounced in this election. Hut two this place do not belong to tho L., II. W. railroad company, but to Maj. W. V.. the next year's school fund. The inter- years will be and the taest on the surplus, howccr, is still slowMcCraeken individually. In cose tho bles will be turned in 1S02. ly increasing the credits, the largest of depot is to be moved, Mr. McCraeken which is that of Cluistian county. Some may run ofl a little town out there of his A man who has practiced medicine for of the largest sums are as follows: ow n. 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar; Dreekenridge has $S,1t05.:S0 ; Christian, .Mr. Gabe Meador would like to come read what he says: .'i,iM--; Daviess SlH,1:i7.:-- "i ; Graves, Toi.kiio, O., Jan. 10, 1887. here and go into the hotel business, but 12,N7:!.li:i; Hopkins, S4l.5S2.IMl; Livingowing to his large property interests at Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentleston, S, '.'.". 4." ; Logan, !,2.S7..'.:; ; men: I have been in the general prac- Big Spring, lie is doubtful whether ho !l,SS0.:KJ ; Meade, ?!l,U:'.7:'; tice of medicine for most 10 years, and can make such an arrangement. Gabe I'ike, SIO.INMSS; Nelson, s hotel man, ami our town would say that in all my praitice and is a Todd, :j!l,l(M.(i:i; Tiigg, Sll,42:i.Ml. would he glad to have him. experience have never seen a preparation Oweiisboio Messenger. that I could prescribe with as much conOld Doctor Drummond, fidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Tin: l.'lth of November will be Hon. Cure, manufactured by you. Have pre- After years of patient study and experibirth-daAllen i. Thurinan's seventy-nint- h scribed it a great many times and its ment, lias given to tho world a preparaand the Democrats of Ohio aro preelfect is wonderful, and would say in con- tion which is an absolute and permanparing to celebrate it with a $10,000 ban- clusion that I have yet to find a case of ent cure for every kind of Bheumatisin. quet at Columbus. Covers will be laid Catarrh that it will not cure, if they Ask your druggist for it. Tho price is for 1,000 guests, at a cost of $10 a plate, $.'), but it is a large bottle, and will euro would take it according to directions. to cover the expense of which the price Yours Truly, you, or the money will be returned. If of tickets has been fixed at $10. Mr. L. L. (ioiLsrmi, M. 1). you aro offered something else, writo diCleveland has accepted the invitation to Office, --M.") Summit St. rect and wo will send you u bottle by deliver the principal address of the eveWe will give $100 for any case of Kxnress prepaid. Drummond Medicine ning. Mr. Carlisle, Mr. Mills, Mr. Dan- Catarrh that can not be cured with Hull's Co., 0 Maiden I.ano, New York. iel, of Virginia, Mr. Douglietty, of New Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. A Howard of $500 York, Mr. Voorhees, of Indiana, ami F. J. Chunk A Co., Props., Toledo, 0. Will bo paid for any Case of Rheumatism other prominent Democrats will be BWSold by Druggists, 75c. Hon. Calvin S. which cannot be cured by Dr Drum-mond'among the This offer is Lightning'Itomedy. Ilrice, Chairman of the Committee on Tho Louisville Market. mado in good faith by tho proprietors, Invitations, informs the public that all and there is no reasonable excuse for any friends and admirers of the Old Roman The tobacco market this week showed one to suffer longen Any ordinary caso are cordially invited to be present, and perceptible improvement up to Thurswill lio cured by ono bottle. In addition that the railroads will give round trip day. All grades of Hurley from medium to the reward for difficult cases, tho refunded tho tickets for u fare and ii third. It will un- lugs and leaf up, were in brisk demand, money is always cure. Tho whero of n prico remedy fails to doubtedly be the grandest banquet ever and prices were generally satisfactory. bottle is .", and that is tho cost of a euro. given in thu United States a fitting tes- Tho most active bidding was of course Drummond Medicino Co , 0 Maiden timonial of tho esteem Allen O. Thur-ma- n for tho lnjtter grades, and for tobacco Lino, New York. has deserved from all Americans that was strictly sound and sweet, hut for his ruggeif honesty nnd sturdy Amer- - buyers seemed to bo a little less fastidiTake Notice. ous about condition; and then the ccol iciniMii. an invi- weather was a little in favor of tho out News returns A meeting of the stockholders, of the The of order grades, tho off coiuliton being Gold Fortune & Mineral Company, will tation. harder to detect. On Thursday tho ho held at the oflico of I). It. Murray, in r.xmici that want building market sagged considerably, and appear- Cloverport, on tho first Monday in DecNeeding a tonic, or children ed sick and irregular all along tho line. ember. 1800. for tho purposo of electing should tako Dark tobacco is still badly neglected. a Iward o' directors. IlllOWn'ri I HON UITTEItB. d H. B. Pier-e- , President. Farmers Home Journal. It Is pleasant to take, eures Malaria, ll. keep Breckenridge 'Ngws. rt WASHIN0T0N WAlfS. . -& ' Jupilor JJIuvius has hndft'omplLte con- trolcaf the'weather latohyuthcTjln conjunction with the Weather Bureau or teiiiKirarily .forcing that much abused institution into n subordinate S)s!tion. So October has had many days, more suggestive of the "inemncliolly days" of Ah I write, however, there November. is n wealth Of glorious' October sunshine. Tho weather is an old subject, it is true, hut there is more of it to the square inch in Washington than anywhere I hnve been. Washington was captured last weelol by foreigners, and most of them, too, were "blarsted Kngllshers," descendants of the men perhaps who seventy-fiv- e This years ago, set Jlro to our Capital, time tho possession was peaceable and at our ow n invitation. About .'500 British and German scientists nnd manufacturers who have been making a general tour of They tho country, visited this city. called on tho President, and visited tho various departments ofour government. f Having seen Mio vast resources of our great country tho coal and iron hidden in our mountains, it need not b surprising if reports arc again heard of more I have no objection to the syndicates. Englishman nor his leaving off his h's and putting on his "glahsses ;" his ways arc not our ways, except by adoption of some of ourgood people; but it strikes me as an undesirable state of affairs, to say tho least, when so many lines of business are becoming practically under the control of foreign capital. . I Said It, and I'll say It Again Mil i I ;Fj4dLAK Urn 8., j? ffirjt" " k' '..an 1 4 forty-seven- th ", fi ' ""rfr IV. III '.. . uM vih TT VWl Virol IX , i &3;-.j.- 5i . VtT J '" , t" li i ' "i l , .. ' frrtf lfi tuts,' '. .'V i ' I & THAT 42m -- .r,J WM, VEST & SONS Is the place to buy your "St y Mat-tingl- y, (). V. y pro-din- n, first-clas- 48-.1- H 18-r- ... InJlges-Uon.an- lllllousness. All dta'ers this occasion, to It is $c say anything of politics, but the air is fc full of it. There is great activity among politicians on ImjMi sides, of course. This will not probably bo published until after d the election of the members for the BRANDENBURG. Congress. Hut here is a prediction: Tho Democrats will have tho next - - - - Agent & Corrcsp'nt ! House. There are many sufficient rea- John T. Ditto, for it. Will give them at another sons I'M Gentry left for Louisiana THAT WE HAVE THE LARGEST time. e Miss Maggie Green was at home Sun9 Speaking of the next Congress, re- day. minds me that there was at ono time II. C. Woodson was in F.vansille last thought to bo a contest in the Fourth week. of Kentucky. Congressional District I)r. Grinnell spent last wpek in Louisof Mr. MontThough tho IN THE COUNTY. ville. gomery was by an overwhelming mu- W. K. Gary visited Laconia, Ind., ioritv. it was an honor ho deserved at Sunday. the bauds of bis party. More than that, Dr. Hurch, Caseyville, was in town the people of all parties (for his election is a foregone conclusion) will have an Monday. Oflicc Building. Joe Mattingly, Concordia, was in HARDINSBTJKG, KY. honest, gentlemanly representative, catown Monday. llable of, nnd willing to serve them well and faithfully. Mr. Jack Trent nnd wife have returned from Wolf Creek. a Almost akin to politics, since it inMr. Anron AVhittleshofcr returned to volves voting, is something that for some Louisville Monday, time has been exercising the Methodist Mrs. & T. Ilerndon has returned from people belonging to that wing of the a visit to Ilardinsburg. church which, in the absence of any Mr. Win. Mclntyro and wife visjted JN other name one must call the Northren. ' The women of that church at least a relatives in Indiana, Sunday. Mr. Shannon, representing Ilettennnn part of them have been clamoring for admission to the General Conference. Hros., wns in town Saturday. To satisfy them, n poll was opened last Mr. Thomas Coleman has gone to Tuesday to take tho sense of the church Henderson to put up a h.otiso. on that subject. Well enough, jt proved Messrs. Stewart and Tom Owens, Wolf to be sense instead of nonsense. Tho Creek, were in town Monday. movement was squelched, at least in Miss Addie G. Ditto leit for Ohio toWashington. day to visit Mrs. N. Ii. Itees. e Miss Mattio McGchco and brother, One soon becomes sick, and weary almost to the death, of manifestations of Joe, were in Louisville hist week. that spirit which distinguishes women Hon. G.W.Long, Republican nomiof the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Dr. Mary nee for Congress, was in town Sunday. Walker Helva Ix)ckwood type. There n Mr. U. J. Patterson and Miss Eva Wu will receivq this week a large line of doors and sash, which arc a great many of them in this city, were tho guests of Mr. J. W. Lewof course they are more numerous nnd we expect to sell at figures that defy competition. is, Sunday. farther North than here. Their disease Mihses Mary Fairleigh and Nellie We call the attention of timber men to our large line of appears in some in mild form, while in Lewis left for a visit of several some instances it is very pronounced, manifesting symptoms of acuto mania. weeks in Louisville. II. II. Harrington, the now jailer, said For instance, tho petition the other day to the President that ho should appoint hn wanted a paper to read ; so he subElizabeth duly Stanton to the vacancy scribed for Mio Nkws. occasioned by the death of Justice Miller, Teachers' Association iqet Saturday. ' ; of the Supreme Court, They took stepts to establish a Teachers' , Library for this county. As to who that successor will be, is ns atE. A. Coleman and C. G. Moremcn yet an unknown quantity. It Would not be a surprise in this ago of personal poli- tended tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows tics if the President should appoint his in Louisville last week. old law partner, tho present Attorney Secretary Noble, who has J - W, M. Ditto raised about 2,000 head 3SSgSir-tg3-gGeneral. commanded tho respect of nil good citi- of cabbage this season, for which he is. ;Er3 zens, is not averse to the honor. It has realizing six cents per head. been intimated that the President may Hon. J. F. Woolfolk is spending sev- That wo bought before the MeKinley hill passed, and we give al the give it to Judge Gresham, who has sometimes a little boom in Indiana when as- eral days at home, tho Convention havpirants for the Presidency begin to make ing adjourned until Thursday. advantage of the old prices. We always lead and never follow, Call their appearance. Tho criminal docket is over with at and pee and you will agree with us. a SI You are, Mr. Editor, I trust, too old to Ilardinsburg, nnd Commonwealth's Atbo easily flattered, at least, too sensible. torney Chnpezo Wntlien has returned B. & CO., But I want to say you deservo credit for home. tho courteous recognition you always Dick Nevitt, P. S. Woolfolk, J. 1). give to tho sons of old llrcekenridgo wherever they go. I was pleased to seo Hardin, Fred Meador and Tim McAulifl' Main Street, opposite Court House, you publish tho able essay of my old attended tho races at Win. Kvornn's last pupil, now at Lebanon, Ohio, Mr. Saturday. Pate. Tho Chicago Comedy Company is hero HARDINSBURG, this week. This trotipo is a treat to the people, and largo crowds are out to seo lots of birds in. that section. One Dollar Weekly them every night. For tho last month t,rado has been Moremens, nnd the Louisville Salt Uuys n good Gold Wutch by our Club very 'much bcter, is tho report of our Works, aro pumping their several wells Systom. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened Is the most ancient and most general of all merchants. It,isa hard matter to keep with 0119 engine, which wives n great gold cases aro warranted for 20 years. diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely Xreo this old town down. Trndo will eonio from It, while thousands everywhere ore Its deal of cost and gives them more water Walthaui or Elgin movement, reliable Mio goods nro sold cheap and they where suffering slaves. Hood's Sarsaparllla has and gas. and well known. Stem wind set, hunthad remarkable success In curing every form can get what thoy want. ing or open fare, Lady's or Gent's size. of scrofula. Tho most severe and paluful County Court Monday. There was It is truthfully rumored that thero F.qunl to nny $75 Watch. Wo sell one running sores, swellings In the neck or nothing of special interest beyond n goitre, humor In the eyes, causing partial circulation of these Watches for $28 cash, and send very hot contest over Dan Young, secur will bo wedding cards in or totat blindness, yield to the powerful hero in 11 very short while, announcing 'to nny address by registered mail, or by ing license to open a tippling houso in effects of this medicine. It thoroughly retho wedding of ono of our most beautiful Express C. 0. 1)., with privilego of exmoves every Impurity from the Wood. Qarncttsville. nnd charming young ladieH. amination. Mr. J. L. Maliji was in town last Mr. Gus Harris camq near losing his Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes : Thursday. Ho has been in Pineville, house, which is now occupied by Sheriff "Our jewelers have confessed they don't Ky., for several months, hut has returned to Louisville nnd will bo connected Woolfolk, last Saturday. Through tho know how you can furnish such uvrkfor the with tho Fifth Avcnuo Hotel as Chief prompt action of tho citizons, it was money." saved, with but slight damage, for which Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each "My little daughter's life was saved, as Clerk. we believe, by Hood's Sarsaparllla. Bcforo ho extends his thanks for their kind place. Writo for particulars. A traveling man from a Hoekport she was six months old sho had 7 running service. Emimuk Watch Co., flouring mill fell out of nsklfTut Wolf scrofula sores. One physician advised the 48 & 50 Maiden Iine, amputation ot ono of her fingers, to which Oui community" wns greatly shocked Crcok Boveral duysagoand was drownwe icfused assent "When we began giving New York. ed. Ho was said to bo under tho influ- last Sunday to hear of tho sudden denth her Hodd's Sarsaparllla, a marked Improvement was noticed and by a continued use of It ence of liquor when ho started for his in Louisville of Col. Thos. B. Fairleigh. ber recovery was complete. And she Is how, FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Col. Fairleigh was formerly a citizen of boat. being seven years old, strong and healthy," this placo and had a largo number of li. C. Jomes, Alna, Lincoln County, Me. V. K. Malin attended 'Squire Keith's 15 or 20 mule olts fur sale. friends among our citizens who were Jas. J. Stephens, llolt, Ky. court at (iamettsville, Saturday,, in of Dr. W, pvSherril, who had been very sorry to hear of his death. Ho was For Sale one hundred ewes In lots to suit South urrestcd on Ave. warrants for violating n" lawyer of great ability and a gentlo-mn- n purcbaien. Died to thorough-bre- d W. 1). Holt, Holt, Ky. of tho highest honor and integrity. down Ilueki. tho Local Option law at that place. His brothers, Messrs. J, L. nnd C. C. A Flock of Weitern Gws for sale, address Geo. Frymlro nnd Ellis Wimp, on a J. Q STEPHKNS, llolt, Ky. Fulrleigh, left Sunday to attend tho SoldbyslldraiglsU. lilxforf& Prpredby visit to tho farmers' home, near Union funeral. C I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mus. DUY YOUBSOIIOQT4 BOOKS FHOMBAB-BA0- E. Star, killed 175 quail in three days' hunt Have your Job work dono nt this oflico IOO Dosoa One Dollar last week, They report a gay trip and V not intended on Dry (ifififk, filnthin w,ww BOOTS Notions, wVVW, SHOES, HATS CAPS. JJThey are as cheap as anybody in town. Fifty-secon- IT'S A POSITIVE FACT to-da- ml lery g-Po- 8t and Harness Hou$e & Son, When in town give us a call. John P. Haswell ii Crash in Prices gKBffifflgftafflffifiBBmgsm ! Car-riga- iMmmmi gsse SS-d--S DOORS & SASH r to-da- y v CROSS s4 CUT SAWS, 3- - &xes and Wedges, ,, i F. BEARD i ' , V- - ! KY. Scrofula enyfuloi i : - ' , 4! k Sarsaparilla Hood's bo-ha- lf ff . as A very small vote was (Killed in the election hero ycBterday. Montgomery, the Democratic enndidatn, wiw getting about two to one. David lsoine and Alf Adams removed last week with their families to Radlleld, III., where they have rented farms and will mako their homes in the future. Rev. W. K. Penrod seems to bo quite a favorite with all tho Baptist churches in this section. We notice ho is announced for several protracted meetings. Mr. Kit Monroe, of Henderson, passed lip on tho train last Wednesday to attend court at Hardinsburg. Mr. Monroe says he is well pleased with his Both the method and results when and is happy and prosperous. Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant New Goods, California Caramel Fruits, nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acts Evaporated Peaches, Dates, Rosins nnd fentty yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Prunes. English Plumb Pudding, Maple and Bowels, cleanses the sysSyrup, Preserves, Jellies, New Molasses, tem effectually, dispels colds, headBuckwheat Flour and a full lino of aches and fevers nnd cures habitual choice groceries at II. E. Moorman's constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho The meeting at the Baptist church is only remedy of its Kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taeto nnd acgrowing in interest.' There was a very ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in largo attendance. Sunday, both day and its action and truly beneficial in its night. Rev. Simmons is preaching some effects, prepared only from tho most excellent sermons, and is stirring up tho healthy and agreeable substances, Christian people as well as the sinners. its many excellent qualities comGo out and hear him. mend it to all and have- made it Mrs. J. W. McMillen was burnt very tho most popular remedy known. lighting a llro in Svrupof Figs is for sale in 60c badly last Friday, while sotting Are to n her back yard. She was and $1 bottles by all leading drugpile of trash when her dress caught firo gists. Any reliable drugpist who and but for tho prompt interference of may not lmvo it on hand will proher husband would have barely escaped cure it promptly for any one who with her life. Sho is now confined to wishes to try it Do not accept her bed from the effects of tho burn. substitute. any Mr. Mort. Evans, of Louisville, and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Miss Etta Wilkerson, of this city, were SAN FRANOISC ). CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, N.Y. married at 10 o'clock last Monday, at tho residence of tho bride's father, Judgo Win. K. Barnes, John S. Wilkerson. The ceremony was" John Allen Murray, Hardinsburg. Clorerport. performed by Rev. Geo. Simmons, of MURRAY & BARNES, Henderson, in tho presenco of a few friends and relatives. Miss Etta was ono Hardinsburg and Cloverport, of our most charming young ladies, and Kentucky. Mr. Evans may congratulate himself on securing her as his own fair brido. Tho R. JT. bridal party left on tho 11 o'clock train for Owensboro, where they were enterCLOVEUPOUT, KY. tained in a handsome manner by Mr. CSrOllice with I). It. Murray near Post nnd Mrs. L. L. Smith. olllce. Tho Brcckcnridge Company (limited) has changed management. 'J ho Kennedy M. heirs have sold out their entire interest to the English, nnd tho company will bo etore. Office over llichardon' Hardware run in the future under the lattor's CLOVERPORT. KY. management. Mr. Heron, representing W. H. TAYI.OK. the English stockholders arrived in tho J. II. TAYLOR, J. C. 11U8H, city Saturday. Ho will succeed Mr. C. & Co., M. Bullitt as Superintendent, and will tako charge 61 tho property as soon as Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store he acquaints himself with tho business. OWENSBORO, KY. Fwrtorica Street, It is said that the new management will invest a big lot of money nnd mako exB. tensive improvement in tho works and dovelop tho mineral resources of the land. Tho change will be a big thing for O.flco In Fisher's Drug Store this city. KY. CLOVERPOUT, Gratifying To All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of tho pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Surgeon, Figs, is tho most excellent laxative PATESVILLC, KY. known, illustrato the value of the quali-itic- s on which its success is based and arc abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup Company. WMMMMl EEEZZEM WT-?- ! , i a. . lh fcy.. r .. ,y- - . ...ij, .,siti j i mwfi"i'' CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. W. G. Coopor vb L., Ft. L. & T. rail road, continued. Commonwealth v J no. and Sam Sled, jury falling to nggreo discharged and prosecution continued. Locket & Neat vs J. II. Lay, judgment for defendant. F. It. Dowell vh C. M. Bashnm, judgment for plaiutiir for $oO. L. H. & W. R. R. Co. vs W. V. Crack-cuCo., caso argued by counsel for both sides and submitted. Commonwealth vs Moody, forgery, jury failed to agree and prosecution con& IH 'J!' M Ui I J I I H I I I I LU J I I I I I I UJ IT I I IJ I I fl Mil I f ? aS?w JlP ?$ ViirN' Ly" - LOOK OUT For a ht ! A SPEECH ! ES3 CWI3 IWVJOY new-born- e tinued. Com. vs Crit Spencer, defendant adjudged not guilty. Win. A. Lamb, of Cannelton, Ind., was present in court Saturday and sworn in as a member of the bar. St. L. & T. It. It. J. G. Stephens vs Co., continued. J. A. Murray vs Breckenridgo Co. limited, report of attorney of filed nnd action submitted for I, rush at our store tomorrow. Como as early as possible and make your selection. Wo have placed in stock a fresh lot of medium-weigOvercoats at medium and low prices. Immense stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. Bargains prevail' all day., kTi En i W-- non-reside- judgment. Eli II. Dean - r iv B '. Attoi'iieys atLaw. MILLER, Attorney at Law, vs J. S. Morton, action dismissed, settled. G. 1. Jolly vs James Lyons, judgment against defendant for the land prayed for. Com. vs John Lasley, cutting another, defendant fined 25. Haygood vs Minton, motion to a receiver. C. M. Henderson vs B. A. Parks; reply filed and continued. NcwBom vs L., St. L. & T. Co., judgment for defendant. Morton & Sons, of Rock Lick, hrivo filed their counter affidavits in the several attachment suits ngainst them, nnd tho n(tochment issue set for hearing Tjiey nro making a strong effort to tho attachments which were levied upon their stock of goods fit Rock Lick and their house closed by tho sheriff. McII. Mendor's, Ex'r s McII. Mea-dor'- s, Heirs, &c, defendants filed exceptions to Commissioners report of setnt to-dado-fo- nt from the Thrown WINTER 5 ! JULIUS "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i i i i We have thrown on the itarket the best lot of real money savers that it lias ever been Clover-port'good fortune to see. It Is not necessary to speak of tlieni individ- ually. They i i i i l l l l I I I I I 1,1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I l LI l IJJ -- -: I I I l J l I Speak for Themselves :- -- BEWLEYVILLE. On tlement. Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, DRNTISTS J. H. Taylor Paynter, Dr. W. Physician and. Surgeon Dr. David White, and Physician Brrckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, LOCAL NOVEMBER 5, 1890 M v. Wi BREVITIES. Iluwes-ville. Circuit Court is in BCtvion at 'ft. a G. W. Sliort is moving his ilrug-stor- o into hiH new quarters. Mips Ida House, of Falcon, Ky., is the Misses Sawyer. vis-itin- g Miss Mattio Fisher, of Danville, is the guest of Mrs. D. It. Murray. Miss Itebccca Ricketts, of Union Star, is visiting relatives in tho city. Miss Lou Sparks, Windsor, Canada, is cousin, Mrs. .Til). Hrowns the guest of-he- r ':' K'. . .. '?j . ,' VA 1, ' For scrofula, Salt rheum, etc., Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. . Mr Alfred Oelzo went to Louisville, Monday, to purchase a now boiler for his mill. E. F. Nolto attended the funeral of his uncle, Mr. Edward Sulr.er, of Louisville, Monday. Miss Eveline Young, of Morganfield, Ky., is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. 0. It. Skillman. Rev. W. C. Brandon will preach at Holt's Chapel noxt Sunday at 11 o'clock, nnd hero at night. Notice I have moved to rooms formerly occupied by R. E. Moorman & Co., in Warfleld's old house. G. W. Short Mrs. Jas. Crawford and Mrs. J. C Brashear, 6f Stephensport, were in the city, Siituidny, shopping. Rev. David Stancliu" filled Rev. Brandon's pulpit Sunday at 11 o'clock, and preached a splondidsermon. Mr. Thos. Dyer, after a tour of several months through Illinois, returned homo last week to visit his parents. Mis? Brook Stephons, Holt's Bottom, was tho guest of Miss Bettio Bowmer and Mi.ss Veva Miller, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Smith, Owensboro, were bore Monday to attend tho wedding of Mr, Mort. Evans and Miss Etta Wilkerson. O. W. Short having removed his drug store to noxt door below old stand wishes to hnvo his friend and customer to re" member him. 0. W. Short has removed to a larger room and will now bo ublo to carry a larger lino of drugs than ever before. Call nnd sco him. Tho Nbws is indebted to tho Boyd Bros., of tho Irvington Flouring Mills, for a samplo barrel of their flour "Nono Such." It is their best brand and wo nro prepared to say that tho flour is all thoy claim lor it, and is what the brand indicates, nono Bitch in quality. It is a fine article of flour, and if you want some of tho best and most wholesomo bread you over nto and at tho same timo mako your wife happy as we did, get n barrel of "Nono Such." . utai? m; SM Chas, Reidel vs I). Smith Duncan, Ac, action submitted on exceptions to Commissioners report of sale. Tho colored ninn Moody who is in jail for forging a check nnd unable to give bond, is studying tho bible constantly nnd trying to mnko n preacher of himself. As the jury failed to agree in his case he gets six months further timo in jail. If he hangs to his bible closely ho ought (o bo able to preach "do word" when he,gcts out. Breckenridgo Bank vs Geo. W. Bur-ton- ,. action dismissed and debt settled in full. A number of tho regular panel of the jury wero dismissed last Monday. Tho repot ts of sales made by tho Master Commiasioncr and reported last week have all been confirmed, with tho exception of one, that of Reidel vs Duncan nnd others. Seaton vs. W. V. McCracken & Co., continued. Tho attorneys on both sides of tho railroad injunction suit made fine arguments Tho record is a very heavy one, and it may be several days before the court renders an opinion. Meade County Teachers' Association. Mollio S. Pulliam vs A. M. Pulllam The Meade- County Teachers' Associa- and others, sale of house and lot to tion convoncd at tho court house, Nov. George Miller confirmed. Defendant 1st, and was called to order by President will be given possehsion at once. O'Bryan. Tho first subject discussed was "Common Fractions," by Mr. Dan A Voice Prom the Executive Mansion. Roberts nnd Miss Althen Wller. Their Mr. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir: The mode of teaching fractions to beginners pantiscopic glasses you furnished me was to show them what a fraction is some timo since, gave excellent satisfacand illustrating this by taking an object tion. Iliuvo tested them by use, nnd ami dividing it into parts; then the must say thoy nro uncqualcd in clearclass could readily sco that all the parts ness and brillnncy by"nny-tll- at I'linvo aro equal to the wholo ; they show their ever worn. Respectfully, John B. Gordon pupils that the numerator of tho fracGovernor of State of Georgia. tion shows how many of tho parts aro All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by taken nnd tho denominator the size of G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. tho parts. Supt. O'Bryan thought tho best'way was to draw a circle on tho ROCK HAVEN. board and divido it into halves, thirds, Mrs. Minno Crist arrived home, after or any number of parts, and represent a pleasant visit to her brother's in Texas. each part by its part of tho whole. The Tho Doctors say tho health in our next subject was "Decimal Fractions," community looks like starvation to them. by Trof. Simpson nnd Miss Ida I'owel. Mr. Joo Williams, of Garncttsville, is Their method was simplo and good to at homo visiting his family. will bo a victorious Wo believo write a decimal on the board and then in order to mako the class understand, day for Democracy in tho United States.y Dan Young was granted license j ester-dacha'hgo it to a common fraction by writafter to reopen his old Bar-rooing the denomination beneath it. "His- having been closed for about 12 years. tory" being noxt on tho program, all adP. K. Malin and Thomas Hamilton, vocated teaching by outline ns tho best of Brandenburg, wero at Garncttsville plan, and tho uso of as many histories as attending justices court last week. Thero has been thrco or four thousand they can get. Some thought tho brace pieces of gnrno shipped from our town to system good. Louisville market so far this season. "Discipline" was next in order. Nono The wet pcoplo gained their victory present were in favor of having n code of in August over local option nnd tho argument was that dry s tried to petition them out under the written rules. Their if a teacher told a child that ho must not Hewitt law. Tho upper end of ourcounty 15 years do anything, it created in him a desiro stands just where sne did 12 or ago. to do that which ho was forbidden to do. We are pained to announce the death "Nouns and Caso" was next discussed of ono of our most estimable and best Ho thought that citizens, Win. Bickett, who died Saturday by W. D. Ashcrnft. nouns was tho simplest part of grammar, night, very suddenly, from rhumatism bo and he would teach it by writing sen- of tho heart. Mr. Bickett will Ho missed was a by the coiounity nt large. tences and having the class to point out friend to every thing that was right. lie nouns in tho sentences; but found Wu regret to hero of tho death of it much harder to teach case. He said Colonel Fairleigh, of Louisville, a former his method was to have tho class write citizen of this county. The timo is very brief sentences containing nouns in tho nomi- with slnco wo had a social conversation days. Ho had all him on o native caso in all its different forms, tlio qualities tiint consume a goon man. then tako up tho possessive and objec- Peace bo to his ashes. tive in tho siimo way. Thero being no other subjects, the association thought it'best to collect their library fund nnd proceed with it. Pros. O'Bryan ,and Prof. B. F. Willett were chosen a committco to procure such hooks ns thoy thought would bo of tho most benefit to tho teachers. Tho. program for next meeting is to adopt bylaws and constitution by which to govern tho association. No other business, adjourned to meet tho first Saturday in December. F. R. O'Buyan, Pres., Alma Abhciiaft, Sec. to-da- y Miss Claudia Stith is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr.R. L. Hurdnway spent several days , last week in the city. Mr. T. lVIInrdaway attended Quarterly meeting nt Big Spring. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Cain and Miss Phorc of Big Spring, were in town Saturday shopping. Mr. Eugene McCnrty, of McKinney, Texas, is here on n short visit to friends and relatives. Messrs. C. II. Drury and T. J. Jolly went down to Hardinsburg Friday, to attend court. Mrs. T. M. Morris and children nro visiting friends and relatives in Hardinsburg, this week. Mr. Turpin, of Louisville, passed through town last week with a fine drove of cattle for the Louisville market. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker and daughter, Minnie, were visiting their brother, Dr. Ben Walker, of Garncttsville, last week. Mrs. Mary Beauchamp, of Sample, who has been visiting her father, Mr. Joel Jordan, of this place, returned home Saturday. Mrs. A. Bennett and sister, Mrs. spont several days of last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grillln Dowell,ncnr Big Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bewley, after a visit of several weeks to their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Stith, left Monday for Louisville, where they will reside in the future. The Rev. Willett will begin n series of meetings nt the Baptist church Sunday night, in which ho will be assisted by the Rev. Penrod, of Cloverport and Rev. Oliver Willett, of Ekron. Mc-Csm- s, An Enjoyable Affair. the evening of October 21st, at half-pa- st Bucklen's Arnica' Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcors, Bait rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per money refunded. Forsalo'byG. W. Short, Cloverbox port, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. ROCKVALE. Tho melancholy days have come. Mr. John Dean was in Louisville last week. Mr. Will Moorman was in Cloverport last week. Misses Amanda nnd Maggie Dean spont several days in Louisville last weok. We suspect something. Miss Bettio Webb lias returned homo after a lengthy visit to Louisville and Leitchficld. Mr. Will Dean went to Owensboro, last Monday, to hear" Senator John G. Carlislo speak. Tho young gentlemen of this community hnvo becomo quite literary; thoy have been "reading" a great deal of late. Mr. John W. Owen went to Jeflerson county, last week, to bo present nt the Robertson Lyniun nuptials. Mrs. Jcssio Bates who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Robertson, for a week past lias returned to her home in Jefierson county. Miss Nelin Dean left lust Friday to visit friends nt Fordsville nnd Whitesvlllc. MissBinnio Lynam has returned to her homo in Jefferson county after spend ing a pleasant week with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Robertson. Miss Sallio Moorman lias returned to her homo in Cloverport, after spending several months visiting relatives and friends in this neighborhood. Miss Sullio Dean spent several weeks very pleasantly visiting Hardinsburg, Whitcsvile, Fordsvlllo and Glendcano. Mr. Thos. Robertson, of this place, und Miss Emma Lynam, of JefTorson county, wero married at tho homo of tho brido, on tho 15th inst., at high noon, nnd on tho day following they arrived here, over tho L. II. & W, whero a very low oltlieir most intimuto friends met them, nnd partook of an elegant dinner served at 5 o'clock. Thoy will mako this their future homo. Here's to them. And tlioso troubled with nervousness resulting from cam or overwork will be relieved by taking has triulo mark and noised red lluei on wrapper. soven, as tho soft sweet notes of tho wedding inarch pealed forth upon tho still air, Miss Cora Mcador, of Bewley-vlllwas led to tho hymeneal nltar by Dr. G. I). Parker, a rising young physician, of McKinney, Texas, and there, in the presence of God nnd witnesses, the words were spoken by Rev. II. L. Davenport, that made them husband and wife. The bride hi her lovely drew of white Ottoman silk, trimmed in lace and flowers, with rare and becoming ornaments, looked n very queen as she gracefully leaned upon the arm of her proud young husband nnd received tho hearty congratulations of her numerous relatives and friends, who had assembled to witness this important event of her life. This being over, supper was formally announced by the parents of the bride, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. E. Bashnm, and the guest's led by the young couple, w'cre ushered into the spacious dining ball, and seated around a table that would have done honor to a king; it groaned beneath its weight of luxuries, and I dare say caused some to groan not many hours after who partook of its viands. Mrs. Bashnm is noted for her skill in the culinary art, nnd this was without doubt, the crowning effort of her life in this line. The air was redolent w itli the perfume of lovely flowers, tastefully arranged in every room by the Mnids of Honor, Misses Lucy Frank and Nettie Mcador. In justice to Cora, I must speak of one more thing ere she leaves her childhood's homo and is transplanted into that of another. She always made homo happy. An only child nnd left nn orphan at an early age, 'twas natural for her to bo petted and spoiled; but her sterling good qualities since she has arrived at womanhood has proved just the reverse; she loved her stepfather and ho idolized her, and this is worthy of record as it is very unusual. I heard such compliments as these passed upon her during my brief stay in and around her home : She's so nice to her mother, Another "None know her but to love lier, nono named her but to praise." Another Bewieyville is dead without her, But I must close, ns a stray paper might reach her oven in McKinney, Texas, and her head yet be turned by such flattering compliments. Tho bridal presents wero many and elegant, of which I will mention only a fow: Berry bowl, Mrs. W. E. Pennington ; Sugar bowl and cream castor, Mrs. t, Bashnm, the brido's mother ; Mrs. butter knife; Miss Nettie Meador, spoonholdcr ; Miss Lucy Frank, syrup cup; Mrs. Kate Bennett, table cloth and napkins; Miss Laura Crouch two hand-som- o painted throws nnd spider web; Mr. II. E. Bashnm, saddle, bridle and blanket; pickle stand, nn unknown friend. A Relative. e, Pig-got- The goods and Each one deserves a close examination. the prices will bear it. Don't expect you are going to be disappointed. We are leading in eil'rt to please you and can't afford to disappoint a single so.il , J:o:j SULZER Si 9 CLOVERPORT, KY. &W THE TELL CITY PLANING MAFUFACTUUERS OF MHiLS s C DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in tho Turning and Scrolling line of wurk will te done at this establishment In . the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Bodlne Roofing. Old Stand By's Market Reports, Corrected Weekly by LOUISVILLE HOUSE. You will find The H. W. Herndon Co. ur.NiaiAi. commission mekcii 144 nts, Third Street. VEOKTABLL.S. 2 50 1 STOVES Of all kinds and Prices. Apples, Fancy Applet, Common Potatoes, new per bbl Onions .1C0 Beans, bushel Cabbage, per bbl POULTRY. 1 0 'I fO (5. 175 2 00 7ft 2 2 00 (a, 2 25 1 25 (jt I 00 75 (a, liens, perdoz HAEDWAItE Of Every Description. Mixed Spring Chickens, per doz Live Ucese, per dot " Ducks, per dot IIIDRS AND FUI8. 2 2 2 3 2 75 3 25 35 ($ 2 5(1 t)0 (o 3 (HI 00 (ci 00 00 (j) 3 00 i PUMPS, GROSS-GU-T SAWS, Hides, 30 to 60 lbs " " small Dry Hides, salt " flint Sheep pelts, fleeced Green WOOL, fi 7 (is, 4 7 M4 U 8Ji (qXW, 20 33 (a 12 40 (m I 00 25 35 15 FLUE TILING, MANTLES $ GRATES, Wool, clean Wool, Of all Kinds. Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Saws. Belting, &c, &c. Iron Roofing for Sale or put on Also you can get the building. Notice. anything made in the Tin, Copper Information has reached my cars that it has been reported that Graham & Co. and Sheet Iron line. I'Ronucc Dutter, choice, country Ilutter, medium " Interior.... Egg- 10121 aun (i!) Feathers prime.... Feathers 'mixed.... Tallow...!.". Deeswaz Ginseng.; May Apple llont Uloou root Yellow Hoot '; 16 41 25 ( . to 3 00 2 n 17 43 35 4 22 3 30 25 07 ((, n 2i 2'A a 09 1 oiuin and hay. Wheat, Red " Longberry Ear Corn, oholco per bus Oats, Northern white , Rye Hay Timothy, choice per ton... Mixed .'. Straw, per ton Veal Calves . OH may or may not bo nbfe to pay for HOOP POLES; tho report having tho effect to divert from them their legitimate share of the trade. Bring On your poles and I will pay all It. L. Nowsom. their orders. gjtfGuns and Pistols repaired. J. L. MILLEE, CLOVERPORT, KY. 52 43 75 80 V 60 (p 13 00 0 00(a) f 00 5 00 (a 0 00 40 4J Farm to Kent. river bottom farm of 127 acres, iltuated L,.t T. R. R., one mile of Howard Station, Hardin county, Ky. 120 acre) cleared, balance In timber, about 80 acrej now In meadow, the remainder to be cultivated in other cropa. Improvement!, a houie 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 Branch, Ky. A on the L. St., InSlioe & m We Beat the World. For Sale. 200 Acres of Valuable Land. My part of tho llasln Spring Farm, situated in Breokenrldge county, within 30 minutes drive of Irvington, and is dlreotly on the line of tho Louisville, Hardinsburg & Western Raliwny, near llennetl's Water Tank. This station Is convenient to the land, being only ii of a mile distant, making It accessible for both travel and shipping facilities. llasln Spring Farm is one of the best farms In the county, and we consider this 200 acres that we own and now offer for sale as the cream of the place, 130 aeres cleared land lying In the bend of Sinking Creek, and free from all overflows. The balance is in timber. farm situated tn Parties desiring a the heart of llreckenridge county, can now get a bargain, as I am anxious to sell, being engaged in other builness, It will be sold on liberal terms and far beluw it value. For any further particulars call on or address J. A. VVCiti, uare iiess, uenie x uo., uouu-vlllKy., or the Breckenridgo News Office, Cloverport, Ky. first-clae, An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices When Baby waa rick, we bto her Cwtorto. When she waa a ClitM, she cried for Castoria. When ihe became MIm, he clung to Castoria. When she bad Children, she gaTe them Castorl. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of Tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. V, .S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Fe6 Babbage's All-wo- for Men, Boys, Women, Girls and Misses. It is much easier and more satisfactory .to you as well as our self 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 JLSIOJLM El JTAont Wanted that what we advertise is true. I Xeuralyle Persona , T C.'lltL1JLA Scarlet Shirts, Jiroimt'H Iron JIUtera. stlvennwaytolnlmtluct'ibtin tiw Con owntr Ihit fnmi I to O. Llott n.T.r uniltr taoiMt' fetl. rtn4 it ctnu am! paekiaa In iLmi lo bar fur Mcktl ruin) M.mpl timi wlti f' r .. vi n. .!. Furl, f tuialv llrlo llolden Genuine otf J. A. WITT, ru llr.mUr Jlfk-.(u- 1U l,Slck. Breckenridge News, t PROM HAPPY JACK. Senator Lindsay Receives an Appeal Against a Confederate Home from - " an Old RebeL AUDITORIUM, LOUISVILLE, KY. n si '4 i 1 1 Week Soy. 17, 1800, Kiralfy's Grand Spectacular ProdioUon of ' Success and Failure. "Around the World in 11 is always interesting to xtudy thts, .80 .Days." (Special.)-Th- at FiiAXKroriT, Feb. 27. causes of sureobs and failure in the purFine ns have been the efforts of the of woaltli, oven though all investigaold reliel, Judge William Lindsay, has suit tions lead suhstantially to the same con- received a strong protest from "Jlappy cntcrjirising malingers in 'the.past, theyi clusions. When naked the causes of Jack," nnother old rebel, who is a prom- far surpassed all previous efforts in the poverty, a successful and noted .Anieri-c- inent and woithy citizen of Lincoln present revivnl of this ningnificoiit work. answered that the prevalent cause is county. He piotests against the passage Whether looked at In tho grandeur of the number of young men who rire of a bill providing a home for old Con- the new scenery and wonderful mechanfederate soldiers, on the ground that it ical effects, the gorgeous dressing, or the wanting in decision and fixity of If they get into a good place at will be a dangerous precedent to estab- strength of the cast, it is alike worthy of the start, they should stick to it, know- lish. The Home will ben pension, nnd tho highest praise. Tho various impiovcincnts in these ing that by perseverance, industry and with pensions "Happy Jack" sees of thousands and tens of thousands and other resjiccto gives the play all the ability, they will win promotion in duo interest of absolute novelty. Among c nirse as vacancies occur. Hut they sec of crippled, disabled and impecunious hear of some one making a fortune in Confederate soldiers. That other old the special new fentures that call for 0' Wall street, or in ranching, or in mln-ii- rebel, Col. E. Polk Johnson, will pub- particular mention, are tho Mikudo balballet. Tho and away they go to try their luck. lish the letter In the Daily Capital to- let and tho charm of the music of tho first, taken When they los?, ns they do in ninety-nin- e morrow ns follows: "Stvxkoiii), Feb. 24. Judge William from the opera, .with the accompanying, cases out of a hundred, that is the eid of them; they can never settle Lindsay: Dear Sir For the. Lord's uance movements, tho taste and the costumes, together with tho down to ordinary ways of living after sake and if you have no respect for the t lat, and their descent is rapid. There Lord, just for us old .rebels' sake don't skill and grace of the principals and cori o pass that 'Confederate Association Hill.' yphees, makes ono of the neatest and the force of truth in this. we find men who commenced life Why, old man, don't you know what a most graceful performances ever given. ballet, in its way, is u uler the lnost favorable circumstances, tendency pecuniary aid of any kind has Tho but who nre such complete financial to disable a man? Has our Legislature equally original, grand nnd impressive. While the spectacular and improved wrecks that there is but little hope for lost every bit of its good sense? Don't fieir reformation. They may be honest you know that the United States pen- features make the mainstay of "Around a id temperate ; they may even possess sion bills have crippled more Federal the World in 80 Days,"' the cart of charnatural ability of a high order, but, lack-- i soldiers than the combined armies of acters is of tho very 'best. Mr. Joseph nnd Jackson, of Hill and Longstreet, Slaytor is the ideal Phineas Fogg, Miles ig in steadiness of purpose, they will n jver succeed. Had they sutllcient will of Itucknernnd Albert Johnson, of Joe O'Pakc has an excellent representative f nee to stick to one thing, no matter Johnson, Hrnggand Hood, of Price, Van in C. F. Gilpin, nnd Gus Frankel attends Inw disagreeable it might be at first, Dorn, Diek Taylor and Kirby Smith? to Passepartour in particularly commenwjre they content to advance slowly, Great Fathers above! man, stop nnd dable style. Miss Helen Tracy gives a they would have no reason now to talk think before you further get. Here I picturesque nnd effective rendition of of the "luck" of those who have pushed am, now, tripping nlong towards sixty; Aouda, and is well seconded by Miss forward into the front ranks. Another been out of the rebel army since May 2, Koso Watson as Xemed. 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Don't miss this opportunity to secure ,two papers that you want, at so low a price. Address this office. LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mcntion tins 'paper. inxe of poverty is a lack of 1805; been able to cut cord wood and Many men seem to have no f.tith in themselves, consequently no no independence, no pluck and no push. They are afraid to stand u; ami seak for themselves, preferring to lean on others. They are afiaid to make an investment, because of the possibility of failure; they are afraid to tell what they can do, as they might make an error in doing it; they are afraid to do anything, and the consequence, of course, is failure. Decision of character and fixity of purpose arc the great 'heeds of the hour. American Paper Trade. "Looking liaekward" is the title of a book dealing with events of the future. If you sufier from catarrh, you can look forward to a speedy cure by using Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. Price 25 cents. liabies are too highly prized to permit them to sufier with colic, llatulence, etc., when Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup will at once relieve them. cents. -'" Sermons in Taxes. There are sermons in stones and books in the running brooks and much may be learned therefrom. Hut the sermons in Moiies except tombstones taxed under the McKinlev bill are tame and weak to the preaching of the sermons in tarlfT taxation delivered from the pulpit of the press by the Des Moines Leader, and illustrated with cuts. And this it-- the powerful sermon : "The laborer rises in the morning, and puts on his flannel shirt (taxed 100 p i cent), his trousers (taxed 110 er cent i, his est (taxed III) pel cent), his coat (taxed 110 per (ent), his shoes (taxed '.'" per cent ). le washes his face and hands in a tin basin (taxed "." per cent), and dries himself on a cotton towel (taxed )" per cent). "lie putsioal (taxed 'J.1 pel ceutiin his stove (taxed 45 per cent I. lie eats his hicakfa-- t from a plate (taxed 50 er tent), with a knife and fork (taxed 50 per cent I, and seasons his food it It salt (taxed kt cent I. "lie nits on his overcoat (taxed 110 per cent I, and puts on his hat (taxed 25 per cent I, and goes to his protected labor. "His wife wears a woolen dress (taxed KS percent), shoes (taxed 25 per cent), stockings (taxed :." per cent i. To help him earn a living she sews on a machine (taxed 15 percent), uses thread (taxed !l percent), and scissors (taxed 15 per cent I, reads the Holy Hible (taxed 25 per i cut i, and when her husband returns home, he lies down on a bedstead (taxed 15 per cent), and draws overturn a sheet and a blanket (taxed 111 per cent)." And the Leader might have added that, when they die, they are buried in a yellow pine colliu (taxed 4K percent), and me buried beneath a tombstone (taxed (.' per cent). Covington Commonwealth. 1 It was Jlr. Kinersou who said "the first wealth is health," and it was a wiser than the modern philosopher whosaid that "the blood is the life." The system, like tlie clock, runs down. It needs winding up. The blood gets poor and scores of diseases result. It needs a tonic to enrich it. A certain wise doctor, after years of patient study, discovered a medicine which purified the blood, gave tone to the system, and made men tired, nervg ous, men feel like now, He called it his "Golden Medical Discovery." It has been sold for years, hold by the million of bottles, and people found such satisfaction in it that Dr. Pierce, who discovered it, now feels warranted in selling it under a pwithe guarantee of its doing good in all cases. Perhaps it's the medicine for you. Yours wouldn't bo the first case of scrofula or skin disease or lung disease, it has cured when nothing elso would. The trial's worth making, and costs nothing. Money refunded if it don't do yon good. brain-wastinsalt-rheu- maul rails every day since, and the very mention of your bill makes me begin to feel on the decline. "Don't do it, Judge; don't doit. You are out on high grass, and may not be tempted into the wrong pasture; but you surely haven't forgot that little, close boundary of short grass, and the temptations suggested thereby. Don't do it; it will paralyse me. and make others like me. Why, look at Dick Warren. A great, fine specimen of mankind, and the very best of good fellows; hns ten handsome children and a lovely wife, all in one little inclosure of short gmss with him. He would be 'tempted to break through and steal if he ever had been n rebel, and if you pass this bill, don't you suppose he will wish he had been a rebel ? "Judge, don't do it. Look around you, and I expect you can find a member of the present Legislature or Senate who, to all appearances, is a great, big, hearty and healthy man, but interrogate him, and you will find that he has a doc tor's certificate of 'disability,' contracted in the service of the best government the world ever saw. Now, you step over there nnd ask him if that is not so. Why, your bill will cripple the last one of us, Judge, and 1 don't want to be a cripple. Then, in a few yeais more, we will have the sons' of veterans, and there will come up some blear-eyehatchet-faceboy, and tell you that he is 'lluppy Jack's' boy. 'Happy Jack' had no boy, replies the Commissioner, or whoever he may be. Who was your mother, and where do you live, anyhow ' Now, I don't want to be imposed on in that way. "Judge, don't do it. Think about 'Wood- ie' Longmoor, with his leg cut on" at the Deis taking care of himself. Look across the House at Kudy. Didn't I see him at Kmorv and Henrv with one leg cut of! until there was just enough left for a knob for his walking-stick- ? Didn't my brother languish and slider in the same hospital with Kudy until his youthful body wasted into a bag of bones? Can't I see his great, big blue eyes rolling about in his emaciated cheeks now ? These and thousands of others just like them are taking care of themselves, and they don't want to cripple us. For gracious' sake, Judge, give us a chance to make an honest living. Why, Jefrsterrett is gutting along the bulliest kind; raised a nice boy. (Jen. Duke, 'all sitting,' house full of nice children, and his little girl is the best fiddler in the States of America. Did you ever see her draw a bow ? "Thinking about those old boys and old times makes me think good things about everybody, even the Yankees. Judge, don't you know wo have the cleverest kind of neighbors who belonged to the Cnion army, and who for years after 'that cruel war was over' had muscles of bark and stomachs like bark mills; and ono day that pension bill pussed Congress, and before the sun went down a million or two of them lifted up their hands, and swore until thuir fingers grew as long ns and their palms as big as barn-doothat they hadn't been able to do n day's work for a long tlino? A patron of patriots, cramped, crushed, crippled, by a single act of Congress! Has ever pen, so much mightier than the sword, done more damage? Oughtn't those old soldiers to hnvo swept that Congress from hip-join- t. rye-stra- roles are adequately furnished forth, while the general auxiliarism running into the hundreds, show excellent training and handling. The famous elephant, "Mnzouk," will also be seen in this production. The prices for the above great attraction nro as follows: Seats inclusive, 50 cents; Seats 1 25 cents. Send orders for seats, accompanied by check, or I. O. Order, to Jnmes H, Camp, Husincss Manager, P. O. Hox 03," Louisville, Ky. ,054-;i,000, Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds. .V-- I AAk w 1) If I Building Material, Rooflng-.dietnishingicLime, flf- - mmim HjHmgWW vZTSET I Everyone who has once used Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup invariably resorts' to it again for colds, etc. "When vice iornlli anJ Impious men tear way." When cuts, sprains, bruise, torment all the tiny; Then ease from pain fn m euro ant hurt are tent By great Salvation Oil, the standard liniment. Cement, &e. EVAjisVlLLE, Ind. R, J. BASSETT, Leitchield, What is y. CL0VERP0RT, F. N. D'HUY, KY. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS UNO Notes. The most interesting feature of Mr. Gladstone's face is his eyes. They are described as of a "splendid, flashing, dark brown color." They show his fire g and genius and give his face an expression. Fort Jefferson in Dullard county, hns been sold to a syndicate for $50,000, and it is rumored that it is to bo tho western terminus of the contemplated Cumberland Gap and Ohio railroad. Hume Clay has been indicted for for gery by the Ilourbon Circuit Court. He is now on bail for a similar offense in Clark county. Dr. Thompson, of St. Iouis, says he traced a fatal case of small-po- x to a silver dollar. The patient was in good health and died within a week, and the facts were so peculiar that the Doctor set nbout to ascertain how tho disease was contracted. He found thnt the patient had fold an article of merchandise ton friend who had paid him a silver dollar which had been carried in the pocket of a brother w ho a day or two later was taken down with small-poDr. Thompson believes a coin is as likely to carry infection as a ever-changin- MBTORIA I Grocery Department. SIAPLE AND FANCY JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Musical Merchandise " and Sewing Machines. .. Provisions, Confections, Caatoria la Dr. Saml Pjtolior'a old, harmless and qdolt cure fog Infants' and Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil, Paregoric or Narcotlo Byrnps. Children cry for Caatorla. MU lions of Mothers bless Caatorla. , REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. Single Gtrap Track distorts cures Colic, Constipation ; Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; OItos healthy Bleep ; also alU digestion ; Without narcotic stupefaction. "I recommend Castorla for children's complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. Archer. M. D.t 111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.Y. Tns Centacr Company, 77 Murray Et,, Jfew York. HARNESS. Price, $17. (be VKKV llhhT HA.VU MONEY Wl can sell joit "Bftl"7e3BaisssB'S5j5SkSPSJ-PJ-- " The Leather, Workmanship and I'lnlsh arc ol Y BUYING DIRECT. W I r. 1m DR. ELLIOTT'S Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. 00. Medicated Food, A SEND FOR CATALOGUE. AOME MANUPAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Suro Curo for ell Diseases In HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of the Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD P GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC The smallest infant will taVe it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never falls to cure. Chills once broken will not return. Cost yon only half the price of other Chill Tonics. Ko qninine needed. No purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than It ii as pleasant to the taste ai lemon ayrnp. bank-not- e. Tetter and Boils. r lgfc, tm-.TJ SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN I) Where She Was. Mrs. Gnzznm (to Sadie llloobumjier) Where's your mamma, Sadio ? Sadie She went over to Mr. (iargoyle'H two hours ago to stay five minutes. f t ' -' of Locomotive gintcM, In convention at Pittsburg, has decided not to join In a general federation with other organizations of railway , umployes.s The Hrotherhood Kn- i Have your Job workdone at this l office For years I was afllicted with an aggravated case of Tetter. I tried lotions, salves, soaps, and other outward applications without nny beneficial results. In addition to the Tetter, Boils commenced breaking out all over my body, causing me so much pain that I had to quit work nnd go to lied. I then decided that I had started wrong, and instead of using external treatment I ought to go to the seat of the discaso and purify my blood, as it was obviously bad blood that caused both tho Tetter and tho Hoils. I took several blood purifiers without nny good effects. About tho time my ease was declared incurable I commenced tnking S. S. S. In a few weeks tho Tetter was cured, and ono by one the Hoils disappeared, until I was entirely and permanently cured. This was three years ago, and since then I have been free from nny skin eruptions. My skin is now, nnd hns,been for thrco yenrs, ns smooth as any ono's. S. S. S. not only cured mo of tho Tetter and Hoils, but also restored my nppetito and general health, causing mo to increase in weight nnd improve in every way. the face of the earth? Hut, Judge, they M. S. Pom,ock, New London, O. couldn't sweep; that Congress crippled May 0, 1890. them too badly. Ask that big fellow if Treatise on Wood nnd Skin Diseases it didn't. mailed free. "Judge, excuso mo for writing you The Swift Atlanta, Ga. this. I did so with many misgivings. You see, if I write to any of the old boys A Missouri farmer is the owner of n at all, it has to be n man of prominence, steer which was accidentallycovercd up because I am the only private left. with straw during tho threshing, August Why, there is Phil. Thompson, and '20, On Suturday last his horns were Jack, and my two brothers, all as gallant discovered ns lie was eating his way out little lwys as ever took loinniniul of a of tho stack of straw, having lived withmusket, all 'Colonels' long ago, ami I out water forty-fiv- e days. am the only private left. "Wasn't it a lino thing for the YankTho custom of lifting the lint had ita ees we didn't find out about their debili- origin when knights never appeared in tated condition just before tho surrend- public except in full nrmor, but upon er? Why, it would have taken but six entering nn assembly of friends tho months more of tamp lifo and 'rebel knight removed .his helmet, the net yell' to Jiavo mado a finish to them, if signifying, ''I am Fnfe in tho presence of they tell tho truth, and I suppose they my friends." do. Hut there is one thing curious ulwut their ailment it' takes so long to Don't iiso bitter nnd nn'iiseous mixkill! Ono disenso, galloping consump- tures when yon can get "C. 0. C," Certion, never has, and never will, attack a tain Chill Cure." Pleasant to take and Union soldier. "Don't do it, Judge, and don't let them guaranteed to cure. Chillfl" and Fever. Sold by G. W. Short. do it." PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. - J. W. West, general store, l'rcslon Gibson & Co. general mdso., Sample S, 0 Frank, general radse., Mattlngly Ij. D. Addison, geLeral mdre., Addispn Jonaa Lyon, diugglst, Custer. Mattlngly A ltusiel, general mdse., Lnymnn. Moorman .V Heeler, general mdse., Olpndenne. V. X. Drury, general mist., Devtleyville. Adklsson k I.ydun, general mdse., U'ebiter, V. . Pool i. Co., general mdse.. Constantino. Uland Miller, general tndie., Jolly, A. K. Fisher, druggist, Clovcrport. Heard .t Heeler, druggists, Ilardinsburg FOB S A- XiIEJ T. M. Mlmmo, drugs and gon,mds.. Custer. A. 11. Morris 1c Son., general radse.,Uig Spring Win. Hill, gouernl ndso., Oarr'tt. MI'chell Jt (bodes, general mdse., Rhodella. T. A. Mlllor, general mdse., Stephendport. S. M. Hanplnger. general mdse., West View. A. A. Illchardson, general uulae , Garfield. Walker Doard, genaral mdse., 'Holt. 1.. Green, general rndse., Falls of Hough. It. II. Brashear, drugs Jc groceries, Irvington. W. II. Hlohwrdton, (Irandenburg Slraonton Sc Hole, general mdse., I'atesville. B"X" It purifies the blood and removes at1 malarial poison from the system, It is as large as any dollar tonic an RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS, -W quinine. A n R. JL N TJE D CoMturiui, Vim., Dee. IS, 1683. ytictKi Co., farti, Tcnii.t fltiM tend tne tbre Joicd f tout Grave'i Tutt leia Cblll Tonli. I wu tifeued whit the lot from you Utt mrararr. The proplo wtrt delljthtnl with It. I gift jour Chill Tonlo to iomt cblklrea who wrr ple and iwarthj tad eoiacUted, baring had ehroolo chilli tor month! ptit, one ft tbm for a rear, aod within ihtf week! after Wlnntn wlib tho Chill Tonlo thej wero hal and htartr, with red aod roor ClKfria Halted life fcrbann. MT. W. ST1NSGN, U. D. Pimii iSiwlisHHslsBHSslBP Soma Business Suggest lois. Docs your business pay? Could you not inuko it pay bother by doiijg Bomo advertising in a judicious way? Some business men are alvnys on tho lookout for n now customer and contriving ways to please and moot thp wants of old ones. Tho best and cheapest method to get new customers is; by advertising in an enterprising newspaper. Advertising doesn't sell any man's goods, it only lets tho people, (ho purchasers, know where to find them. Tho newspaper that is read by the most people is tho ono in which to advertiso. Thero is a great deal in writing an attractive advertisement. Do yoji give your ads. your best attention? If you expect to do a large business on the fact that you know so manyjpcoplo, you will get left. Tho ones yon don't know aro greatly in tho majority. How nro you to reach them in tho most favorable manner at tho least expense? By placing an attractivo advcrtiseijient in the newspaper. Instances have been cited where large advertisers havo gono under. This wa,s not tho fault of tho advertising, hut of the advertiser. A man can loso' money speculating in advertising the samo as in wheat. It is in dealing vrithjthe article as a staple that results in suro re- Tho transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in tho life of tho individual, a reinarkablo event is treasured in tho memory, nnd the agency whereby tho good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Henco it is that so much is heard in praise of Klectric Bitters. So many feci they owo their restoration to health, to tho use of tho Great Altorativo and Tonic. If you aro troubled with of tho Kidneys, Liver nnd Stomach, of long or short standing, you will surely find relief by uso of Klectric l'1 uk60c- - nml S1 PC bottlo at C'oven'ort, ky., and J. ' A. Ilardinsburg, Ky. o am-discas- Epooh. sJsIBHHHsIHi i'OK 8AI.IS UY u- - IB - IFISIEailEIES, CLOVERPORT, KY. VV. GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PRE3. P. FflED UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts V'',n RICK, CASH CAPITAL $500,000. vmRECTORg laac W.Uernhcim, W. V. Druramoi.J. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY. SURPLUS 012.SQP. Tay Interek on Time Deposits. "" 9 ,S''A'"vJ''h" JJ micj V, t " W Wood. Fr,. If,.,,, John Doerho.fer, urd, Henry IWIcnun KeCotutei Purchase and Sale ol Uonis. So1ic:u ygur Uu.'ioo, roa Somejieoplagree TO. turns. Tho newspaper that takes advertising to fill up with cannot prosper. A nows-panthat Jtas its rates too high cannot soil its space Thoro is a normal rato, is, a rate which tho pubjislier can that afford to accept and make a prpfit nnd Which tho advertiser can afford to pny nnd also make a profit. Tho prcjflt must !DilyTpjrmoath, fO.SO bo' mutual elso ono or the other will quit. U!j7pr year, fl.00 ...I We aim to havo our rates "noniml." ;, fnndaylper year, 2.00 "I 8.00 You aro out nothing if get a lot-tl- o Dally aqd Sunday, per year, f, 0.T0 of "C. C. C." Certain Chill Cure, Dally and Sundsy, per year,,, from O. W. Short nnd it does i)ot curo Weekly Sun, one year, ,., 1.0C your Chills nnd Fever. It is guaranteed. Address Tnr Sex, New York. to-tcr .'i abou'. mop and thlni, and some people don't; but everybody likes to g'et bold of tho news paper which ll never dulTand never afraid to " Speak It. mind. Democrats know that for twenty years TnK Fun hss fought In tho front line fur Deraocra. tlo pripclpjes, flejrer wavering or weakening In its ojuJlyHu (be true Interests of tho party It serves w.itjjyfearleie Intelligence and disinterested vigor. At times opinions have differed is best meats of accomnll.l.ln. i(lhe comuvm purpose) It Is not Thk Suh's t . v 8."4Br" ,uPer into me millstone. XEIgbtjonbuailrad and nfnty.ono will be a great jeardn. Aberloin politics, nnd every- - 1891 Sex's opinions wltli Thk HERE WE AEE AGAIN Furniture) in endless variety. I am, now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. ! Y " y s .A FURNITURE, - Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. UNDERTAKER, Honest Prices. on JOHN D. If you want Queensware at reduced prices, call BABBAQE.