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XV. stop xocn cotjan with R Sophia Panlovoa a Eczardy. vi z ;f . By HENET HARliAND. Copyrlgbt. All rights rescrvofi.) v CTLAPTER ABSENCE. Vn) Incipient Consumption, and, trill ro llovo consnmptlvo patients in ad Tanccd stagcis ; Trill enro Trhon nnd rolioro In f ho rrorst cases. Soo that C. C. C. Is blown In orory hot tie audtalto no other. 25o. J. C. MENDENHAIX is CO., cara-nulo. Cures Conzhs. Colds. Hoarseness. Croup, Whooping Congli, Bronchitis, Price SOLE PROPIUKTOnS, EVA.-vsvn.r,r- :, 3 r ' SOLD BY PttUaaiSTB GENERALLY. Kcmovo Corns, Warts & Bunions Trltli Indiana. 2X3 CERTAIN CORN CURE. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY ots. tx aacsTXjai:. rTuMHrlffEfMla1 f-- l BANK. OP . If rlaHISiBr' EARDINSBTOG Capital Stock $25,000. II. F. WILL .MILI.KU. Vleo. President. M. II. IIKAKD, Cinhlor. v (f. VV. It HARD I M'IRIUS KSKUIUai: J K. M. JOLLY. Direct rs. MUIID. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD BRONCHITIS Wasting SCROFULA Throat Affection Or any Dlsense telure the Throat and Zungt are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Kervt rower, you can be relieved and Cured by tf?i- - SCOTT'S EMULSION caused me tho liveliest pleasure. It was a letter from Mr. Archibald Winthrop, a wealthy citizen of Boston, inviting me to come and stay at Ids house and paint the portraits of his wife and his two unmarried daughters. It ought to have afforded mo tho liveliest possible satisfaction, for it meant a good lot of money, and it meant also, what was more important, the first serious step in my career. Yet, aa a matter of fact, it afforded mo no satisfaction whatever, but only vexation and regret. Of course I could not think of saying no to it; that would be to fly in the faco'of Providence. But if I said yes to it I should have to leave Now York and remain away for a couple of months at the shortest; and for reasons which tho reader will divine I was loth to leave Now York even for a seven-nigh- t. and beautiful and xtlll, lay Sophia Paulovna Eczardy, dead. On Monday morning tho post.brought me a letter. It was a letter that I had been expecting for a good while, and, other things equal, it ought to have White V ' ', However, liko a truo American the issue lying between business on tho one hand and sentiment on tho other I cast favor of tho nnd two LIVER OIL dayschoice infound mo business, the after PURE COD nboard later With Hypophosphltes. noon express train bound for Boston. The exterminator and 1 had had an afPALATABLE AS MILK. fectionate parting, and I had' exacted Ask for Scott's Emission, and let no ea planatlon or solicitation Induce you to from him a promise that ho would write to mo and. let ine know "how things accept a substitute. went on." I did not mention Miss Sold by all Druggists. namo to him, but I felt sure that SCOTT & BOWNE,ChomIst6, N.Y. when he wrote to mo his letter would contain news of her. Of my sojourn in Boston, which lasted on till aftor Now Year's, I will only say two words it taught me tho truth of tho adaco abou absence making the heart grow fonder. I thought bo much of Miss Eczardy; her beautiful pale, face was bo often visible before my imagination; I so passionately regretted tho wasted opportunity I had had to make her acquaintance; I so eagerly looked forward to my return to Now York, when I might have another opportunity, I hoped nnd belioved, that by ilo8 removed noil will be found over F. N and by I began to realize what seemed very strange, that I was'not simply inD'Huy's Jowlcry Store, whore I will be plea terested in her, but that I was in love ed to tee all old and new customers. All work In my lino of business will have with her. Yes, that I was in love, head ovej ears in lovo witlt a young woman prompt attention. between whom and myself never a word I wlirnt any tlmo mnko View" to ordor. had been exchanged and who, doubtless, PICTURE F1UMK3 FOR SAI.K. was ccarcely moro than half conscious gf N. It. Old Pictures copied and enlarged. my existence, Remember the new place of business la over Meanwhile, I waited anxiously for the F. N. D'UUY'S, Jewelry Store, lettorMusellehad promised to writo me. Cloverport, Ivy. But days grow into weeks, and weeks wero lengthening into rapnthi,nnd no letKnAt 8 C0IKSC1I r..M nf ! ter came. This made mo v.ery restive and rOA MtftV Im VI V I"- - 1 J " l'Blu ii s teniir .r" larinur & unhappy. I trio 1 to comfort myself by Hit U'Tllli 'ri"tr"1urr ot t H i ' n repaating tho old commonplace that no unr'i1 RRK iiNr)irpiIrwltlrnIlrail-nows h good news; but I discovered that Kok In filth I too Only iliuie lio write a ! tunx9 oiicocin mtit wiroi that sort of comfort is very cold comfort THljSSW C tUfrlnnc Jll)ouliirtololn indeed. Finally a few days beforo ...- - la in ihni a Aiir (TAidla fa thiMt whn mil rour nrlghUort EYE Christinas I took tho pen in my own nd I hi t irouuJ you Tnt b ytntilnff ft till adTfrtUrtnetit hand aud precipitated activo opsr.itions '"MORE how) ibt iroiu rna i ins icj- by writing to him. I covered three pages ccpt. Th futlowtoff cut jlre th ippciiniiic of It reduced.! and of a fourth pago with perfnnctory tidings nbout myaelf and inquiries about him; then I gavo the rePrt of lit talk. It Ii tnnd, double lie "nJrn" TiVteiy to entrydey i maining eighth of the fourth page, to tho Icul. from the Urt.wfth. JmSi ftKi to lO oil ripriUnct Hetter write et once. We mviII eipreteehtrree MAIjrit genuine point and purpose of my epistle. idJr....H HALLGTf A CO.. Uoi 8tt0, "Do writo to mo at onco and tell ma everything that has happened in St. Mark's IJUY YOUK S0U00L BOOKS FROM BAB place since my departure. And, by tho BAQU. by, how are tho Eczardys? What uews from Bermuda of the doctor's health? Aud mademoiselle? Is she always tho same?" I looked for an immediate answer from the exterminator; but ten days passed before his answer came. "When in tho end it did come but I will copy it befor catalogue. low: TERRY M'F'Q CO., Nashville, Tenn. Dear Mit. Eliot Your favor of M ultimo to '8 W. W. BKOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. -- Of Some Importance To Tho Farmer. We hope tho- - farmers of tho country will rend all the Republican rot nbout the new tnrifTlaw, and think it over. Congress reduced the duty on binding twino in order to reduce tho price to tho consumers; what about that tho tnrifT docs not increase tho cost? Congress increased tiio duty on wheat and corn nnd pork nnd other things, for tho pretended reason that it wanted to increase tho prico of what the farmer sells. What, then, becomes of tho Repu blican statemont that an increase of duty does not mean an incrcaso of prico? Tho farmore aro finding out pretty fast that increased duties on manufactured goods' do increase prices; tho duty must be added to tho foreign price of tho imported article, and the domestic manufacturer makes his prico as near as ho can to tho prico of tho foreign nrticlo duty paid. But the farmers can see equally well 'thnt as wo do not import farm produce, but raise a great surplus which wo send abroad to sell, no amount of McKinley legislation can raise tho prices of what they havo to sell. Tho prices of tho domestic clothing tho farmer wears is tho price of clothing made in Europe with the cost of transportation nnd the American duty added. Tho prico of American wheat is the prico fixed in London, in competition with wheat raised in India and Russia, with the cost of getting tho wheat from Nebraska or Dakota to London. So tho farmer he pays the freight both ways, so to sieak, and thcMcKinley bill which can do nothing to increase tho prices of what he sells, is doing a lot to increase tho prices of what ho buys. Last year wo imported cattle Biibject to duty worth $."o0,887 and exported $00,000,000 Worth of dead meat nnd worth of beef on the hoof. ' What good is tho increase of duty in tho McKinley law going to do tho farmer? Wo imported no hogs nnd exported 8 live ones ; of what use is it to increase the duty? We imported 17,852 pounds of butter and exported 15,504,078 pounds; wo imported 8,207,020 pounds of varieties of cheese not mnde here, nnd eaten only by epicures and immigrants, and wo exported 84,999,828 pounds ; mo imported 2,201 bushels of corn and extorted 929 bushols ; no imported no corn meal and exported 312,181 barrels; wo imported 130,049 bushels of wheat nnd 1,150 barrels of Hour, and wo exported 30,414,129 bushels of wheat nnd 9,374,80s barrels of flour. There isn't n farmer in she?" "I havo not heard her name. I do not the country who supposes that increasing know if the police have learned it." our duties on these products is going to "Bufc she, has been arrested, Isuppose?" increase the prices. National Democrat. "Why, no. That's just the point It appears that, having shot the general, A friend induced mo to try Salvation beforftf8he could be apprehended she emptied two chambers of her revolver Oil for my rhoumatic foot. I used it into her own breast and fell down dead." and tho rheumatism is entirely gone. The police were bythls time forcing John II. Anderson, Baltimore, Md. an alleyway throughstno'crowd. By and Positive and unsolicited testimony by two policemen marched through the alleyway carrying a stretcher. Upon from every section confirms every claim that stretcher, ghastly in his magnifi- made for tho wonderful efficacy of Dr. Bull' Cough Syrup. lrico 25 cents. cent. uniform,,lay Gem Ogaref, dead. Two moro policemen followed, bearing a second stretcher. Won on Principle. "It is she, it is she, tho assassin I" murTho Democrats of this district did not mured the crowd, and there was an eager pressing 'forward to catch sight of vote for Caruth, but for party principle. her, The overwhelming defeat of Boyle was Uppn tliid second stretcher, white and tho defeat of McKinleyism, of Tom beautiful and still, lay Sophia Pahlovna Reedism nnd of tho Force Bill. It was Eczardy, dead. For many weeks I tossed upon a pallet not on account of tho personality of Cain the Englibh hospital beside myself in ruth or Boyle that tho victory was won t 11. ,.!.,!.. JHUIVl-'!.. 111 a fever. Then Trc turned to reason, and lb ...no H.r. IflllJUIMU :....l...l 1.. II1U 1IU3 1.1, U gradually to health. But I wished that I flglit. Ixulsvillfe Post. had died. The romance of my life was over; the tragedy of my life had been WHAT CURES ? played out. twenty-fourjhour-anx-'ously S10,-010,945,-1209,-59- 2, .,-- ivengo her father and to die. Then I re- member many days of great misery and mental strugglo and hesitation; then I remember that at las I took Ajrcsolntion which? brought mo'something almost like relief. I remember a long sea voyago across a stormy wintry ocean; a Jong railway journey across Franco and Germany and throughthe forests and over the 8tiows of Russia. I remember a reat strange city, where the people spoke an incomprehensible language and a. whertittvai night nearly all tho I remember a big, bustling hotel, where tho people spoko Fren6h and where the gas was, kept perpetually burning. I remember walking the streets of that great dark city day after day for it may 'have been a fortnight, it may nave been' a month. I remember that is I walked .those streets I peered into the face of every woman ,vhom I passed, hoping, hoping, hoping .hat somewhere among them I might meet her. But I remember that all my hope was ombittcied by tho thought that no hojw could havo been more unreasonable, none moro forlorn. Yet I kopt on walking tho Btreets, and I clung to my hope, iu defiance of reason, as a drowning man rfings,-t- n straw. At last I remember that ono day as I stood in tho portico of tho hotel I saw a man go prancing by on horseback. He vas , dressed in a very magnificent uni-forand behind him rodo two other men, dsoiin uniform,' .but less magnificent, uianifestly hia Hides or attendants. I .'cmember that an Englishman who was standing at my side turned to me and asked, "Do yon know who that is?" ":i," said I. "Who is he?" "That is Gen. Ogaref." "Gen. Ogaref? Tho name sounds familiar, but I can't recall the connection in which I have heard it." "Why, ho is celebrated for having ent a greater number of Politicals to the allows or to Siberia than any other of the czar's'servitors." "Ah, yes," Isaid; "it is iu that connection that I have henrd Then it enmo back to me, causing my heart to leap and burn, that it was Gen. Ogaref who had condemned Dr. Eczardy to his Siberian exile. That name day, perhaps an hour later, I was walking upon one of the islands of tho Neva. "' Presently I came upon a great surging, excited.crqwd. "What is tho trouble? Why tho crowd?" I asked in French of a gentleman at my elbow. "They say'that Gen. Ogaref has been jhot. He was riding out accompanied by a couple of aides, when, just above there, where tho crowd is densest, a young woman sprang toward him from the footpath and fired a bullet straight through his heart. Nihilist, of course." "Ah I Tho young wofuan who was Blaine the Only Live Republican Left Not since James Monroe was elected President by a practically unanimous vote, during the only real era of "Good Feeling" thnt has prevailed in tho United States, Bincc tho adoption of the Federal Constitution, linn there been such a sweeping victory for a political party as that of last Tuesday. Just look nt it. East of tho MissisStates sippi river there are twenty-fou- r tho Empire of tho American Union. of Elections wero held in twenty-tw- o them, and every one went swcepingly Democratic except ono Ohio nnd ono Illinois is doubtful. It dwnrfs tho tidal wave of 1874. And tho States west of tho river appear to have also kept up witli the procession. with slavery . in tho Territories is not a deader political quantity in tho American Union of y than is Reedism, and the brutal despotism it implies, or McKinleyism, nnd tho shameless robbery it implies. We will have no moro of Reed's rules nnd vnporings after next March. Tho public conscience roso up last Tuesday and smote both of them hip and to-da- I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR Left nt my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new nnd handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS , Such as ! EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, HEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And n full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a fulj line of5 Hardware, Lime, Salt and Cement, Brick and Tiling for flues and drainage, COOK AND HEATING STOVES Water Drawers and Pumps. and pipe, aud a full line of Tinware. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggiep, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring "Vngon3. J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. have none of tho Force Bill, and ho did yeoman service in making tho McKinley Bill odious. Perhnps it would bo well enough to class with Blaine, Senators Plumb, Paddock nnd Pettigrew, though they aro comparatively The election returns mako Blaine the boss of his party. Reed, McKinley, Cannon nnd Quny aro swept from tho board, and tho Plumed Knight alone remains on deck to attempt a steming of tho irresistiblo Democratic current. light-weight- s. paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, &c. My Jiouse is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. thigh. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasThere is just one man alive and kick- ing all, as I am working for trade my bestendeavots will be to Save ing in the Republican party, and his Money for all who favor me with their patronage. name is Blaine ; perhaps ids is the only IB- - IKIEilfcTSI-ilEs-S- r, Republican breast in tho American ' Union that is not aching. He would Farmers' Supply House, HAnniNbiirno, Ky. J smiii ii i Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. ".'FT.rirm n ecvMtitii i SfWWTV SCHEDULE TIME Taking Effect At 5:00 o'clck A, H Wtit Bound Train 3STO. IS. To euro IllUousncsB, Sick IIc.iri.ichn, Consti- Sundaj.Aug. 21, 1890 pation, Jlulnrla, Liver Complaints, take the safe anil certain remedy, Bill Hound Train. STATIONS Mall & SMITH'S w Mull & Expr'. Kxpr's Dally M Kxpr's Expr's Dally Dally a OSpin 850 8 IU 8 i Women are not slow to comprehend. G2.';im 8(kini lv.Un'n DpU..ar 110pm 40 8 20 Kentucky bt. 12 65 They're quick. They're alive, and yet 0 20 It 00 7 West I'olnt 12 15 it was a man who discovered tho one 7 2ft UOCi 12 lipin Howard U2U 745 ItkHaen 1167am remedy for their jteculiar ailments. The 7 51 llranch 1147 'J27 8 a) U.t7 Ilr.liulcnlnirB II.IS man was Dr. Pierce. 8(K 'J 40 Meade Springs 11 31 U4A 8 1.1 Kkron 1128 PreThe discovery was ills "Favorite OuHon 1120 U54 820 scription" tho boon to delicate women. 8 28 10 03 1110 Irvington 1101 8 37 101t Webster Why go round "with ono foot in the 8 45 10 21 10 M Lodllmrg 1043 10 2S 863 Pierce grave," suffering in silence misunder10 37 10 37 Sample 860 stood when there's a remedy at hand 9 07 2045 Steplicnsport 1028 1023 91.! Addison that isn't an experiment, but which is 915 1050 1053 1020 Holt 10 U' 1107 Cloverport sold under the guarantee that if you aro 927 1000 Shops 1112 932 9 49 Skillm.in 1124 disappointed in any way in it, you can 9 43 1135 954 Hawc8illc 937 get your money back by applying to its 1J01 928 1143 I'ctrle 9 22 1007 Falcon 1150 makers. 918 1010 Cace UMiin 911 1202pm We can hardly imagine a woman's 1015 86- -' 10 ai 1221 Powers 8 37 l'ates not trying it. Possibly it may bo true of 10 47 12 a 827 1245 1068 Owensboro ono or two, but wo doubt it. Women 1110 1269 813 Mittlngly 1 07 11 17 8 04 St inlcy aro ripo for it. They must have it. 1128. 117 W'orthinirton 752 SpoUsviile 7 3.J 1146 137 Think of a prescription nnd nine out of 7 21 llasketts 1165pm 140 ten waiting for it. Carry the news to 1210un 2 00pm ar.Henders'n K tlOun Dill) BILE BEANS botUc). TTo 745 7 35 7 27 7 23 Sultnblo Prico of cither NMAI.1. theTllKV AUK810 (401lttle Deans to tho THE MOST CONVENIENT. wlzc. 25c. ior nil Aeo.. per Mottle. -- 717 7 (At 7 00 1 1 U W Milled for t cu. (eopptri or iLiumI. I.F.SMITH ACO.!kcr.or"naKUKA.s,"ST.tOUIS MO. MM.WJwmm M. 661 0 43 0 33 28 GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for 619 U14 011 568 663 5 41 631 5 22 Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tbe Barrel, Plaster Hair, 515 611 5 04 4 40 4 3J 4 23 410 4 01 Fine & 360 3 33 3 21 Poplar Shingles al- 310pm them! Tho sent of sick headache is not in the brain. Regulate lio stomach and you cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the Little Regulators. LouisvIMeiHardlnsburg & Western 11 Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Ordors accompanied by cash prompt It tilled. t Quay Thinks the Best Thing to do is to Saw Wood. Nov. 0. Senator Quny PiTTsiiuito, passed through tho city last night en route to Florida, to rest and refresh himself by fishing for tarpon. In reply to the query : "To what do you attribute tho result of tho election?" ho said, "To a lack of votes," as a sly smilo wreathed his lips. "Dp you care," asked tho reporter, "to express any opinion on the situa- TIJE lUiD. mrw 1 1 K I - Bovon-oight- -- w POKTl-AK- FINE SHOW GASES. OS-A-sk iiil" i' I " iii-- inrrr5r uiii mart FREE, v ttui; t'Ki Mrtr.Hollll WHich rKM)lu rrnuilT.lu. UXK wcura on. nn free, tocrlli.r wflb ur uric. V&tKKdmJtiiytM 1 .ajuabl.lin.f IKon.cliuld Ws Mmriifi... w.ii i tipltf.. !! -A 11.. WOrK rob tAIll. ar rtovr VYh.t -- . wnJ TOO 1. .1 da.tvJ1.uritl.bor, nd lho .foul 10 IboM wbo t.ll-jo- Jio1ll lwyi ioo-l- lil frl.od. rr.fftt IMillfr BHMift anmanjpiM,i limlifpr W.rr.ull bcary, vkoiid gold nununr tiw u.l JDolh Idi.f'ndf tul fwltb work! .0(1 Worth 81UO.UU. tn tli. worM oll.tch tx.c : I'.rfKl c.l.l f!?Vi,irf."i .ih..i.li..r.rr.. i.m from Htlu.uu Ln-riT-.- too know .11, it .s Co., IoxU18, l'ortluuil, t fit wouU lik. to r ""'Ii fo' SO lo WOO Ijr wMk .nd P'"'J'--- i ""'f J . .. Affections and Cottlvmess. At drugging. Mco 85 ct. woj XJwf Complaint. fe - Relieves quickly Rheumatism, ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Neu- OIL SALVATIONdruggists.) all cnltp5 (Price cents. Sold by band and content noted. Cllod lo bear you Kt along ah right. Ye, thank you, I am pretty well aud bad a very busy season, wlch com roenco now to alack up little. The reason I didn't writo to you beforo I hadn't nothing to nay, as nothing hod hapix-ned- . Ilut since your letter was recelrej a groat dealhxt happened Dr. Eczardy U dW down thxra iu Ujnirjda. I always mid lis ne.er could gefwelL aud hU body come home on the ship and bucu burled, aud MUs Eczardy sho. pack up and leavn Now York to go to Ujla. AH ilncel rvcolve your letter. The steamer from Bermuda was duo to arrive here on Saturday monil ip lait wick, and aha expect a letter lij it from her father, when Iiutead she got word lio Is died down there, aud his cadaier Is on boanl tho ihlp In a box. She went crazy, and I had to man-gthe hole bunlueM. We.buried him In the c.uu. rtery over oil I,ong Iilimd, wile It Mioweti, ho told' ma she mode up her ind then ndnd to leave New York aud go to ItimU. 3lie pack up In n hurry and sail on the boat for Havro Wednesday morning. Bhe tole me, now my father Is dead I got nothing mora to live for, 10 T go to Kuula uu.l offer myself to serve the revolution, t Ktrikti one blow Iu tbd sanie.tlmu to avenge my futlier and to help the struggle ot Russian liberty, aud then I die. Good by. Ifyonlotnie know twenty-fou- r boars bwforv you come bat,k I have the room cleaned up nice sud fln4 to warm tUem. Qtherwli) everything Is the tumu'us always. Take tjood care of your-ielf- , and believe me, wtb the highest esteem, rour devoted 'A. Mimkllx. I remember what folio wod as ono ree Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burps, Scalds, Sores, Backache, Ac. Notice the label eft your paper aad hl meHth, ee lfyanr Uinenxplre members the delirium of a sick bed. I rouiembor caching Musollo's house, nnd hearing, viva voce, from his lips a confirmation of what he had written. Misa Eczardy had gone to Russia, to St. Petersburg. She had gone, she said, to itrike i blow 'or IJuwian liberty to and which is the most convenient ap- wood." paratus for applying it? How far is tho continued lio. "I am feeling The summer girl, while climbing tho regular physician useful to us because "Yesterday I was completely tired out, mountains or bathing in tho sands of wo belicvo in him, and how far aro his nnd did not know how I was going to bo tho seashore, should carry with her a pills and powders and .tonics only the able to get through tho day. But now box of Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. It is inmaterial representatives ol his personal tho strain is off, nnd I am feeling better valuable for cold in tho head. influence on our health? than for a long time. I will get a good Tho regular doctors euro tho homeo- rest in Florida and bo back in timo for MORE PENNIES AND NICKELS pathic doctors euro ; the Hahnemannites tho opening of Congress. It looks from cure; and bo do tho faith cures nnd tho the returns as though tho farmers nnd Trade is 1100107111? and There is a mind cures, nnd tho Christian tho laboring men had dono the business Demand for Them. scientists, nnd tho for us in this State." Tho United States government has advertising itinerants, nnd tho patent "Do you look for an extra session of given a contract to Merchant & Co., of medicino men. Thoy all hit, and thoy Congress? " Philadelphia, for 100,000 pounds of cop- all miss, and tho great difference ono "No, I do not." per blanks and 50,000 pounds nickel great difference in tho result is that blanks, to bo converted into pennies nnd when tho regular doctors lose a patient Restored his Wife's Health." nickels at the Philadelphia mint. This no ono "grumbles, nnd when tho Irregu-ln- r My wlfo suffered for years from dobil-itmeans a return of brisk business. When doctors loso ono tho community and a general breaking down of pennies arc wanted trade is picking up. stands on end and health, tho results of diseases peculiar Tho Philadelphia mint supplies nil tho Union nnd Advertiser. A few bottles of Swift's Spepennies nnd nickels for tho untiro counNature cures, but naturo can be aided, to women. mint at New Orleans being al- hindered or defeated in tho curative cific (S. S. S.) restored her to perfect try, tho health. It built her up, Increased her most idlo now, and tho ono at San process. And tlio Commercial's contenappetite and weight, until sho is now Francisco coining nothing but gold nnd tion is that it is tho part of rational beings, to Beek and trust tho advice 61 men tho picture of health. Tho speedy resilver pieces. of my wifo from her long illness Tho copper used for pennies is tho of good character who havo studied tho covery caused all my family, and several of my best, nnd is from tho Calumet nnd Hecla human system nnd learned, as far as to take S. S. S. As a tonic Mining Company, on Luko Superior. modern scienco lights tho Tray, how far neighbors , wo are all delighted with it. Tho metal is shipped in bulk from the thoy can aid nature and How thoy can Gkokok Fuammek, Covington, O. mines to tho factories of Merchant & best avoid obstructing her. Buffalo Connecticut, Thcro it is rolled Commercial. Co. in Baby Cured. It is hot our purpose to consider tho nnd stamped out in circles of tho requiMy baby had the worse caso of Catarrh site size. These circles are perfectly evils that result from employing tho un- thnt I over saw a small child afflicted plain with tho exception of.thc raised or scrupulous, tho ignorant, charlatans nnd with. Tho nasal discharge was very milled edge. At this Vtago tho pieces quackB to prescribe for tho maladies that lnrgd and vory offensive. Having somo intended for pennies aro as bright as afflict thb human family. Wfa simply personal knowledge of tho curativo propvHitq thoso intended for declare that tho physician who knows erties of S. S. S., I gavo tho baby a filjJKels resemWo" highly polished silver. something is better than tho physician courso of S. S. S., using nothing else. In In this condition thoy aro delivoretUto who knows nothing, or vory little in- a short timo tho discharge from tho noso tho mint. The number of pieces In a deed about tho structure nnd tho condi- stopped, nnd the Catarrh was cured en' package is reckoned by its weight. To tions of tjic, human system. Of courso tirely nnd permanently, as there has find out how many small coins tho "ho. docs not know it nlj." Rochester been no return of it since amount of nickel and copper contracted Morning Herald. David Zaktman. 1 hnve uBedWflrnor's Safe Curo and for will make, multiplytho number of IndopcndenctyO. May 10, 1890. pounds of copper by 100 and tho number but for its timely uso would havo been, Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Diseases of pounds of nickel by 70. Tho metal. I verily,beliovo,4nroy gfavo'froni what mailed free. now about to bo made up into coin will Ure'sdoetets termed Bright's Disease. Tiik Swift Si'ecificCo., Atlanta, Ga. mako 3,500,000 nickels and 10,000,000' VK F; Shriner, senior Editor Scioto Ohillicothe, Ohio, In a letter dated pennies. Ono hundred pennies weigh Fino writing paper at Babbago's. June 30, 1800 exactly one pound. Washington Rtar. first-rate," Babies arc the institution aud should bo guarded from attacks of colic by Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. 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Not only that, but with each number you ge' an abundance of other contributions, which gives you a good mtgasine besides the note!. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gatew ty of popular favor, have resound,,! throughout the entire land, and to day Ltpfin-cott'- s M.igatine stands in the front rant if monthly publications, and is the most widely of publication of its kind in tlte world. For full descriptive circulars, addiesi i LirPlSCOTTS MAGAZlNE,Philadelp $1 oo per year, as t Is. single number. The publisher of this paper will receive yw tttiscrttiion. . a V W. S. ASHBY. CLOVERPORT, KY. 7m ttr-tBlAr y2VW o. THsTsTT fc. r. tv .Atss-s-- a ssssssr. - THE t gold-pFec- efli BEST CilEAl'EMT w iBnr LIVER MEDICINE AfT.fiO OTJTRSJ MEDICINE DYSPEPSIA, CHILL CURE. .KNOWN QUALITY, AND SI?E OF DOSE. FOR MEN ONLY! ' CONSIDERING Ga-sett- e, M.S.I iu S.M. aAEHST faMf Sittowi Mm KPFi bUlUiliUlJaf tmn or Kxmum la OM o Xoom, Hwt.!.rf lI.Jr MIUHm tUte. 1KUT.IITWMI HI ft ami Fmli CubtM. Wrtutiw. u In iMtUf tnm SO bris MkStcAi. coV, swrrAlo, H. V. L0X it ;i siua HI; I wjrtaws r sty aajjsujxi. Ufc sow BILIOUSNESS, IT WILL AND CHBONIO CONSTIPATION. .. C. C. MARTIN, DRuaaisT. Clovorport, NEXT DOOFI BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky. .- - T 'tI&1ef1tfetlpitttBiBfllR 7 W! .'fc j. .(-e- i ' :- -v rwy T,rjr ?ai Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVKMUKK " " It.', 18W. AFTEll THF FIGHT. "Therolsn bar of public opinion before which the Republican party of this country is being tiled," wero the words .BRANDENBURG. John T.Ditto.r- - - Agent &Corresp'nt t i sHARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. r no preaching here Sunday. D. R. Florer wns at home Sunday. Miss Lucindn Hrynnt la vfoKinr her sister in Washington county, r , Mr. El II. Shelmnn went io Loutsv Sunday. Miss Minnie Howard, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. O. G, Morcmcn. Mrs. W. T. Tevis and child, of Rich-monKy., wero the guests of Mrs. A. Ditto, Sr., hist week Miss Ilnttie Elbert, of Lnconin, hid., is the, guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed Guedon. Mrs, Hclmenr, ,of Nelson county, who has been visiting Mrs. A. Morcmcn, has returned home. . Thero will be preaching nt the M. E. church, Sunday, by the pastor, Rev. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Drury, of Hewley-villwere the guests of Mr. A. More-me- n this week. Miss Willie CundifT, n4most charming young Judy of near Guston, this county, wns married last week to Mr. Alonzo M. Young. Messrs. Ed Guedon nnd Elvico Wimp left Inst Wednesday night for Xcw Orleans with 11 head of mules, 1 horse nnd 10 tons of hay. Dr. II. A. Ditto's condition docs not seem to improve any. Ho was very low last week, but at this writing is resting easier. Mr. J. W. Ramsey has again taken charge of the stable of Mr. A. W. More-meHe is u fine trainer of large experience. On account of the illness of one of our citizens last week, the boys refrained from burning powder over the great Democratic sweep. There will bo races at Win. Evcran's again next Saturday. Several citizens of our town will attend ami try to win back what they lost on a former day. The ollicial vote of Meade county in the congressional race was : Montgomery, 015; Long, 207. A verv light vote was polled. Miss Lizie Rawlings, who for the past two years has been visiting in Los Angeles, Cal., returned home last Wednesday, much to the delight of her many friends here. Miss Hlanche Bell, of Hot Springs, Ark., after several weeks' visit to the Misses AVoolfolk, left Saturday for Valley Station, where she will be the guest of Miss Stonestrcct. Mr. J. S. Morcmcn if .lt.Jionic froin Corydon, hid. He says that the crcat- est complaint about the workings of the new election law was by some who claimed that it took bread and meat out of the poor men's mouths. The Chicago Comedy Company closed their week's engagement here Saturday night to n large audience. They had good crowds throughout the week and every one was delighted with their performances. Our new county judge, II. C. Rawlings, married his first couple last Thursday morning. The contracting parties were Mr. II. C. Morris and Mrs. M. B. Bruce. The Judgo performed the ceremony in n very impressive manner. Let us, brother Democrats, rejoice. The truth of the old adage bus again been verified: "The darkest hour is just before day." In the last election the McKinley tariir and Force Hill truly miule the free citizens feel like tho darkest day of the history of this country had come. But tho common people tho boys in tho treuches rose in their desperation and overthrew the would-b- e tyrants nnd broke the bands asunder that were being forged for their enslavement, and now, thnnk the good Lord, we can breathe the freo air of Heaven in peace and safety under our own vine nnd fig tree. Our Republican friends around here are looking awfully blue since the election. One prominent Republican oners to wager $100 that tho next President will be Democratic, while another has been hoard to say thnt if there were n few more Reeds nnd McKinleys in the Republican party there would soon be no party left. Cheer up, friends, and if y you can't indorse tho policy, which represents the true principles of the Republican party, come over and join us nnd we will be always glad to welcome you. Tho Meado County Court of Claims met Monday, Judgo Rawlings presiding mid all the magistrates but one present. The county treasurer, Mr. It. II. Xcvitt, mado his report showing tho amount in tho county treasury nnd owing to the county by the sheriff", to bo $14,274.00, with only n bonded indebtedness of $15,-00with fifteen years in which to pay the bonds. Mr. Xevitt wns unanimously to tho oflicc of county treasurer, to servo for two years. The claims of Judgo Wool folk and J. II. Trent, for services ns county judgo and county attorney, were allowed nt the rate of $."00 per yenr. Was v. j. iiAiiUiitJi: ,l ! 2- of Congressman Kennady In his speech JNO.D.BABBAGE that denounced Quay ns a branded criminal. Theclection last Tuesday proved .V 1 l.ocnl Time Card. I,., St. I.. the truth of the speaker's words, and in10.05 a.m. Mall and Express going Kast dicates that theie is little for the g. o. p. ..11.07 a.m. " West ' 5.58 p.m. to bopo for beforo such n bnr. The " East.... Express 9 27 p.m. American people nrc practical West influ11.19 a.m. Local Freight Eit enced by facts and conditions rather 10.0S a.m. West Hepubllcan theories than theories. TO OIIK COItUr.SIONIi:NTS. have had their day. Men cannot be led Get the news and gel all the news and by them when the facts direct nn oppoFrom Dana's site course. The effects of the McKinnothing but the news ley Pill arc too patent to escape the noCelebrated Maxims in Journalism. tice of tho thousands who have- been A si'nr.cii from Hon. John .1. Ingalls is seeding relief from tho oppression of combined capital. The desire for change now in order. and relief is universal, and there could bo no more forcible evidence of tho fact ItiiKCKKXitiixiK is elected in Arkaiirts, ithau this mighty uprising of the voters and that's the best of all. of this entire continent, h is useless to of lat Tuesday put an theorize ns to the causes of this change. Tiirclcctlon '. McKinley's depreciation in the estima end to 'Hew Heed's bulldozing tion of tho public is plainly evidenced Piiknidknt Ihtrribon says there will in the fact that his own district defeated him against nil the tricks and schemes he no extra session of Congress. of his party and nn almost unlimited Indiana has gotten haek into lino amount of money. No inlluence could Me brought to bear upon the minds of with a Democratic majority of 18,000. the holiest voters that would outweigh Democratic roosters arc more plenti- the catalogue of abominations iinosod by the McKinley Hill. "The branded ful in Indiana this year than potatoes. criminal," Quay, ran his own State into Tim? figures from the late census show the breakers and she was swept away. n population of over (52,000,000 in this Dclamatcr was Quay's pet, his tool, nnd country. tbifwonderful change required tobiing Gov. Heaver's majority of over 10,000 Tub Illinois Legislature is Democratic down to 10,000 on the other side, shows and lien. Palmer will he the next Sena- how the people of Pennsylvania esteem the men who arc guilty of so much, yet tor from that State. Dudley failed to go free. "Two-dollar- " It must have been a strain on Quay's bring Indiana to the front, as he had nerves to send the dispatch: "I think hoped to, notwithstanding Itaum's assistance and the magnetic presence of Presthe State is Democratic." ident Harrison at the polls. The system Tin: small boy will be made to appre- of private voting proved too much for ciate the McKinley Hill when lie has to them, and under that system Indiana pay about double price for his Christmas will maintain her position among Demfirecrackers. ocratic States. It is a very common thing to hear, "I told you so," after any Mc'Kini.ky, the author .of the iniquitextraordinary event, and tho Nkws will ous tnrifT bill that wan calculated to rob claim no honors for prophesy in regard every poor man in the country, was de- to this election. Hut tho Nkws did pre feated in Ohio. dict a general Democratic gain this fall, and also predicted the election of a DemTin: country has given in its opinion ocratic governor in Pennsylvania. These of the McKinley tariff law, the Force predictions were not simply guesses, but Hill, and the defective census, and it has were based upon existing conditions spoken in no uncertain tones. thnt spoke plainly to the observer of political workings. Never before has Cimur Court adjourned at Ilardins- - work been more thorough nnd efficient burg, last Saturday, after a full term of inside the Democratic ranks, and this three weeks. It is said a very large victory will 1m a stimulus for the next amount of legal business was disposed two years. Democrats everywhere are hopeful and awake to the situation, and 'of. with proper use of opportunities, every Tiik Mexican government has placed one can do something for the victory nn import duty of So a car on cattle that will surely come in 1802. The shipped from the Tinted States to that Xkws shall ever be awake, as it has been conntn in retaliation for the McKinley in the past, and its readers shall have the truth if it can be obtained. Hill. There - . v - it . Editor -- . -,- L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE nnixo WMT. The Sensation of the Season! wBE SURE AND SEE IT, A .... Pawnger Daily nrr. IIardtnilrurg..12il1 'p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) nrr. .. 7:55. a.m. " - , ji , i ooixo rxnr. Passenger Daily arr. Hartimburg.. 8i37 a.m. ., 4ili a.m. Mixed (ei. Sutidty) nrr. ' - d, e, n. 10 vears, ought to know salt from sugar; read what he says: Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. Messrs. V. J. Cheney it Co. Gentlefeated. men : I have been in the gcjicral pracTwo new candidates are likely to be in tice of medicine for most 40 years, and the race for (iovernor. In the persons of would say that in all my practice and Hon. ('. M. Clay, .lr., and Dr. Clardy, experience have never seen n preparation both members of the Constitutional that I could prescribe witli ns much conConvention. fidence of success ns I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Have pre!iioi:ii Cleveland's prediction as to scribed it a great many times and its the lesult of last week's congressional effect is wonderful, nnd would say in conelections were eminently correct, clusion that I have yet to find a case of be the nct President of these Catarrh that it will not cure, if they Tinted States. would take it according to directions. Yours Truly, L. 1,. Goiwuiii, M. D. Tin: tobacco growers of Mason county met at Maysville, Monday, and adopted Office, 215 Summit St.' lesolutions condemning the lxiisville We will give $100 for any case of and Cincinnati warehouse combination. Catarrh that can not be cured with Hall's There were live hundred farmers pres- Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. V. .1. CiiBNEV i&Co., Props., Toledo, O. ent at the meeting CSif"So!d by Druggists, 7."c. Tin: Ni:s congratulates its numerous Tne Late Col. T. B. Fairleigh. Democratic readers in these Democratic Mn. Ennoii. It is with deep regret I limes on the glorious Democratic results just achieved throughout this Kind. It learn of the death of Col. T. H. Fair-leigI have known him from a little is mighty consoling to see the life left in boy, and during our civil war learned the old party yet. some of his noble traits of character. We were on opposite sides, and each one Tiir.iir. is a question as to the constitutionality of the electrical execution law of us pretty bitter. Some time during tho Commander of ii New York, and the Supreme Court of war he was appointed the State has been asked to pass upon the Post of Louisville, with tho rank of the matter befoie any other person is Colonel. While he was in that capacity, I and my brother nnd several of our put to death under it. neighbors were taken from our homes and confined in the Munfonlville prison. Wo were arrested without any special charge, but to extort money fiom us was tho object, (ien. Ewing was in comp.ipci mm Minimi j;o nun every Household. The Nuns has endeavored all mand there. Col. Fairleigh hearing of along to be just to its readers in this re- it, ami without any appeal to him from gard, and we offer it to you the entire us, he wrote (Sen. Ewing that we wero nib known by him, and while we were year for the sum of 1. strong rebel sympathizers, ho knew us Ov Saturday, the 1st of November, in to be gentlemen of honor, "and," said the year of our Lord 18!K), in the city of lie, "unless you have homo special Philadelphia, the Hon. James (i. lllaine charge against them, you will confer n did solemnly say: "I have come here fuvor oii me by letting them go home. Whatever tho Footo boys toll you they to give you warning that as Pennsylvania goes on Tuesday next the nation will do, or will not do, I will vouch for votes two years hence." And on that their doing it." Xo doubt the letter "Tuesday next" Pennsylvania went had much to do with our release shortly ufter. Xow ho never knew that I heard Democratic by about 10,000 majority. of his writing that letter. I accidentalTin: Republicans were demoralized in ly found it out. The secret has been every section of this country last Tues- mine for about 27 years, but now I want his friends to know that I never shall day. Democratic majorities wero plentiful everywhere, which is u good omen forget liinu Ho wasu strong partisan, for what' ho thought was for n President In '02. The next Houso nnd in his is overwhelmingly ours, nnd it is believ- right, ho seemed sometimes severe. ed thero has been n gain of soventy-hove- n Hut he was u noble fellow, nnd I had no that fell Representatives. It is timo to inclination to check I the tearshis from beheld death hint tho hose on Reed, Quay & Com- notice my eyes as h. A. Footk. pany. Pilot Rldgo, Ky., near Hewloyville. Nov. 7, 1890. , That is a sad bit of news that we pub-lis- h JBucklen's Arnica Salve. detailing nn account of the Tho best salvo in tlio world for cuts, destructive fire in our ncighloring city of Owensboro. A number of the most bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever handsome ritjd elegant business houses sores, tetter; chapped Jiands, chilblains, in the city wero swept away by tho corns, and "skin eruptions, and positively flames, entailing a loss of thousands of cures Piles, or no pay required. It is dollars. Owensboro is an oxcecdliHy guaranteed to give- perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cento ior progressive Kentucky city, and this cal- money refunded, amity so disastrous upon her prosperity box For sale by O. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., nad i. A. Witt, Hnrdinsburg, is one that all will deplore. Ky. (iio-vervvi- ll h. to-da- I'r in the Eleventh Kentucky district where theie is a Republican majority of 10,000, the Deiuociuts made things mighty interesting, if they were de- A man who has practiced medicine for Court of Claims meets next week." Judge Mercer went to Louisville last Sunday. Mr. Frank Board has taken n position in the bank. Mr. Jolly Mcndor hns purchased n fourth interest in the store of J. A. Witt, Miss Irene Board is tho orgnnist nt tho M. E., South, Sunday-schoo- l, Last Saturday and Sunday was quarterly meeting at the M. E. church. Mr. Charley Miller has gone on a vis it to his daughter in New Madrid, Mo. Mr. Charley Beard has gone, to Missouri on a two weeks' hunt. Mr. Graham Eskridge has gone to Planter's Hall to teach bcIiooI. Sliss Maggie Allen, of Cloverport, is visiting Mrs. J. A. "Witt. r Mr. Jcsso Eskridgo has opened a law oflicc over the bank. Mr. J. D. Bceler hns been confined to his bed for several days. Mrs. Piilliam nnd her family have moved to LouiHvillc. It is reported that she will keep a boarding-hous- e there. Miss Jesse Shull, of Hartford, Ky., is in tho city visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank I Ins well. Misses Wlllio Moorman and Sue Board, of Big Spring, are in the city visiting Miss Irene Board. Jim Hall, who drives the express wagon between here and Cloverport, is a very accommodating young man. Mr. Win. Ramsey and wife, of Derby, hid., are in the city visiting Mr. Patrick Dillon. Mr. Taylor Atwoodisa candidate for as keeper of tho county poor house. The hunters are getting so numerous here that nearly nil tho fnrmers close to town have posted their hinds. Mr. John Ilensley's new residence begins to loom up in the upper end of town. Judge McBeath has not as yet delivered his opinion on tho railroad injunction suit. Mrs. Tom Withers arrived in the city last week from Virginia, whero she has been visiting her mother sinco last May. She is stopping at Mrs. J. H. Buzby's. Judgo Adkisson reports a large amount of business for the Court of Claims. He says tho court will occupy the whole week. Miss Caroline Kennedy has returned from Louisville entirely recovered. She had a tumor taken from her stomach which weighed eighteen pounds. 1 he first quarterly meeting of tho M. E. church, South, for tho present year will be hold here tho fifth Saturday and Sunday in this month. Mr. May was certainly mistaken when ho said ho could do all of tho hauling for this town himself. If not, it docsnH speak well for the placo in a business sense. The Right Honorable Amos Skillman was in the city several days last week. Amos has jumped on to the. Cincinnati Cooperage Company with a suit for damages for breach of contract. Hook, Miller it Co. are making things hum with their new flouring mill. They mako as fine, a grade of flour as can be found anywhere, and a great deal more than this town can consume. Underwear. Wc take pleasure in calling the attention of all close bnvora to tlio hL'li emU and extraordinarily low prices of our underwear. Our Stock of Be Prepared for Cold Weather Jiy buying your Underwear now. A Single visit to this departmental! convince you that wnere else can such values and assortments be found. For ail kinds of folks, Little or Big, At all kinds of Prices, Great or Small, We are pleasing them all. nn- "" . . BEWLEYVILLE. Thtf streets need paving. New goods nt tlio Cnh Store this week. The Cusli Storo paid 21 cents for eggs last week. . , Dr. Tucker, of Mcl)nniels,wns in town Inst week. Miss tern Drury, who is teaching near Lodiburg, spent Sunday nt home. Mr. Dee Jordan nnd family have moved to Grayson county. Miss Parthcnin Jordan returned last week from a visit to Sample. The meeting nt the Baptist church has been indefinitely postponed. Rev. Willett filled hhT usual appointment nt tho Baptist church Sunday. Mr. "Will Buler, representing Johnson Bros., Louisville, wns in town last week. Mr. II. E. Basham has sold his property in this plnce to Measrs. Chas. nnd Lee WIHIIIFSI "WHIPS? "CTSB Thoy contain Pure aUILL BONE. and are the strongest "Whitja nndn. Bo sure and get a "FEATHERBONE." TOR SALE BY WHIRS & Son, KY HAKDINSBURG, Post Office Building. John P. Haswell ENTICING BARGAINS This week in Stith. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Drury nro visiting Mr. Alonzo Moreman nnd family, Brandenburg. Miss Victoria Payne, who hns been ouito ill with typhoid fever, is con valescent. Miss Laura Crouch, of Summer Seat, We will oflbr this week in Gent's fine sliocp, a solid lent her all tho way through at spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mrs. T. J. Jolly. Quit borrowing your neighbors paper Now you nnd subscribe for the Nr.ws. We put this against any 82.00 Slioo in the county. nro talking. En. Mr. and Mrs. Jnines Snyder and just arrived anil wo arc pusliing tliom to tlio front daughter, Miss Minnie, spent Saturday ceived an elegant line of Ladies made nnd Sunday in Guston. custo.ni 2 oo , Those goods liavo Wo have also roi and Eastern goods. A i f full line of ClilldiW Dr. Drammond's Lightning ltemcdy for Rheumatism hns received tho unqualified endorsement of tho medCIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. ical faculty ns being a sa'fe nnd remarkaSacket & Neat vs J. II. Lay, judg- bly efficient preparation for the relief Also Shoes especially for old men. Come early and gel the advantage ment against defendant for $0.00. nnd speedy euro of Rheumatism. Its of our handsome line of G. P. Jolly vs James Lyons, judgment work is so speedy nnil miraculous thnt subjecting the land and injunction sus' benefit is felt from the first dose, nnd one tained. Haygood vs Mlntor, motion to appoint bottle is wnrranted to curo'nny ordinary n receiver sustained. case. Sold by druggists. Price So, for L. II. & W. Co. vs P. J. Henderson, largo bottlo, or sent by prepaid express judgment for Henderson for $050. It. L. Newsom vs L., St. L. & T. K. K., en receipt of prico by Drum mond Medi- Before they are picked over. We please all in price and quality. A Maiden Lnne, New York. gentleman damages for killing cow, plaintiffs peti- cine Co., went to the Owensboro fair, and while there he thought ho tion dismissed. would buy a cheap suit of clothes, when he returned home he found on L. II. & W. It. II vs Ford McGce, judgment for McGeo for $075. looking through our line, theame identical suit that he had paid Cospor J. Folia vs Margaret B. Fella, Items of interest nro very scarce defendant Margaret Folia filed answer $18.00 for only marked $1G.00. Save your money by tradjng with us. nnd moved for alliinony. SCHOOL SHOES! t T , OVERCOATSr Remember our line of STOVES an 1 TINWARE. -- ' 48-5- 0 union si;ar. A Recd-McKinlc- 0, It is a Mistake To try to euro cntarrh by using locnl applications. Catarrh is not a local but a constitutional disease. It is not a disease of tho man's nose, but of tho man. Therefore, to effect a cure, rcquircsa constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsapa-rillwhich acting through tho blood, reaches every part of tho system, oxpoll-in- g the taint which causes the disease, and imparting health. a, century Perry County elected a full set of Democratic county officers. They all got there this time. Cnnnelton Inquirer. Hurrah For Perry. For tho first timo 'in iu quarter of a on THE 1ILOOD, Biliousness, take HltOYVN'S lllOH BITTKKS. It cores quickly. For aal by all dtalen Io medicine. (Jet (lie genuine. ' Chas. Itcidcl vs S. Duncan, &c., side set aside and n resale ordered. It. L. Xs'ewsom vs It. W. Lewis, exceptions to deposition of It. L. Nowsoin sustained and causo continued. Richard May vs All Robards, jury failed to agree on verdict and cause continued. W. E. Minor vs L., St. L. & T. R. It., damages for killing cow, judgment for or near Rhodclia. plaintifrfor$44. Mnstcr James Rrodio and Miss Lena F. It. Dowell vs. C. M. Bashani, moGilliland wero in town Inst Saturday. tion for now trial overruled. Court adjourned last Saturday. Miss Georgia Hawkins, of Stcpl)ens-por- t, was in town ono day recently. Mr. James Lay was hero on business last week. Miss Beck Ricketts has returned from Is a constitutional and not a local dheaje, a visit to Cloverport. and tlicrcforo It cannot bo cured by local MissSusio Richardson, Brandenburg, applications. It requires a constitutional is visiting tho Misses Richardson. remedy liko Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, working through tlio blood," eradicates tho Miss Etta Purr, of Mooloyvillo, is visiImpurity which causes and promotes tho ting her sister, Mrs. Joe Severs. disease, and cfrccts a permanent cure. Thousands of people testify to tho success Mr. Sam Cashmnn, of New Albany, of Hood's Sarsaparllla ns a remedy tor was hero lost week taking n Hunt. catarrh when ruier preparations had failed. Misses Mag Cart and Liss Cashman spent two or three days recently with Mrs. Win. Hawkins, Hites, Run. Mrs. Will Tevis and daughter havo returned to their home at Richmond, will nay I haye been troubled for sor-er"I years with that terribly dlsagrceabte Kentucky. disease, catarrh. I took Hood's SarsapaA new and much needed roof was put rllla with tlio rery best results. It cured as on tlio school house last week. Tho of that continual dropping In my throat, aad stuffed up feeling. It lias also helped By church also needs tho samo treatment. mdtlicr, who has taken it for run down state Mrs. Geo. Brunjr his rotjynjd from of health and.Kldncy trouble." Mns. S. D. ' a visit to her son,' Herber, HJWl? attend Heath, Putnam, Conn. "I havo used Hood'a Sarsaparllla for caing school at Mlddlejow Ky, tarrh with ves Manufactory results. I haTB Mrs. J, 0, Cunn,l8b.ara ! spending rccelrcd moro iicniiaiientbeneOtfromltUua from any other remedy I hayo eyer trled.,, tho week" with frills in "LJttjp Dixio" II. E. Rkad, of A. Head & Son, Wauseon, O. neighborhood. Miss Ennnio Brnslieii-'- , of Preston, spent one day Jast week with Mrs. O. M.. McGlothlan. f( Mr. Emory Qouwn lw JJcun (t Hard insburg somo tvrfrwwJc or moro ,dolg Sold by all drurgl(U.Sl ilxtot H.TfftitioD 1). Mr. R. C. Richardson wns in Louisville, last week. Mr. C. M. McGlothlan was in Ilardins-burlast week, Win. Allen, of Preston, wns in town Saturday. Mr. Clny Crosson is teaching school nt g, Don't forget our DOORS and SASH. B. F. BEARD & CO., Main Street, opposite Court House, CaIarrH HAEDINSBURG, KY. jg J STEAYED. One Dollar Weekly CAtARRh BARE BARGAIN one-half at good land three miles from Cloverport, Ky., a mile from the L., 8t. h, & T. R. R. For particular addroij. RODTi IJuys n good Gold Wntch by our Club From my farm near Miller'i (tore on the and titephemport roud, two yearling System. Our 14 Knrnt patent stiffened bolfera, one a tmle red, tbe other a deep red, gold cases uro warranted for 20 years. with a little white In Iti fUnki. Both unmarked. Will pay a libeiat reward fur any Wnltbam or Elgin movement, reliablo Information or return of the above calrei. and well known. Stem wind set, bunt, IMUVUY SQUIRES, ing or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. Hardtmburg, Ky, Equal to any $75 "Vntch. Wo sell ono of tbeso Wdtcbcs for $28 cash, and send ! to any address by registered mail, or by Express C. 0. 1)., with privilege .of exFor tale at a bargain, Fifty (0) acres of amination. Our Agent at Durbain, N, C, writes: ' "Our jewelers haie confewd (hey don't know how you can furnish such work for the money.' E. W00D3. Ordinance 0fflc, War Department, Wajiiingtom, D. 0. Faem to Rent. A river buttom farm of 127 acrei, iltoated on tbe L. St.. h.& T. R. R., one mile of county, Ky. 1 JO jJh-Reared, balanee in timber, about 8Q aoftMjiW In meadow, tbe remainder to be cultivated in other cropa. Improvement!, a home of four rooms and two porehea and barn. Will rent for 1,2 or S ytara. Pomosiion given Ut of January, 1891. Apply to A. DITTtr; Jr., Long Branch, Ky. Ono good reliablo Agent wanted in eacli placo, Writo for particulars. Emhiik "Watch Co., 48 & SO Maiden Lane, "C NQlO'orl, FARMERS FREE COHUMN. For Sale 291 acres One farming land, well Improved, Including town lots, at Webster, Dreckenrldge County, Ky. by . U. W. JORDAN. Two Aberdeen Hull calves. 150 lbs. for sale W. K. MINOR. Holt. Ky. . Sarsaparllla IOO Doxm On Hood's BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Indigestion, DlUousness, Dyspepsia, Mala, rla, Nervousness, and General Debility, l'hyst-clan-s recommend It. AUdetOcra sell It. OeliuliK bfiitrade marie and crosced red Mrws on wrapiwc by O.LUOOD4 CO.,ApeUMarlM,Lowtll,MaM. jury duty. Seo Dollar For Sale brood sow. A thoroughbred Bablce'is All-wo- ftfjty't Shirts. J, I). Rabbagc. BBsBBsIsMMHsssssBIMsssHMb1BBHBMBsbMMsHHBH gsk' MMUMtMaM Coniiiiiinicatloiw fioin Sample, Guston, THE Hock Haven niul Ilawesville reached us tob lato for this issue. Tiiey will appear GREAT ,rf,rn i .. .hiimii wimn inn ii mitm n.esi .m '"- l"l I I r" I I I " -' i"" I t i'n" " ) irmi i FIRE AT OWENS-B0R0- . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ITTTTl I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I lZ itf m. next'week. C'iipt. Burkett thinks of making this .city Ids home since that thing happened in Indiana. Thero are a few Republicans left hero ho says. Mr. John Hook and wife, of Ilardins-bur- g were in town Monday, visiting relatives and doing some shopping. They s office a pleasant call. gave Tho City Council, at its last meeting, granted saloon liconso to tho following parties, viz: Bcavin & Poppcn, Alex Boyd, Chas. Mattingly, mid Win. Bcavin. Wo hope tho democrats will get their faces quieted down before real cold weather sets in, and not let them freeze in that condition. Cannelton Inquirer. Send them up to this town where the temperature is regulated by natural gas. the-New- r Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth of Property Laid in Ashes. Owensboro was visited Thursday night by the mosl destructive flro in her history, tho property destroyed amounting to Ono $150,000. "Tlielte in the Trenckf I - BY THE PRESIDENT. His Excellency IX Tho nlarmjof flro was given from tho street in front of tho Rudd Houso a fewminutes after 11 o'clock, as tho closing scenes of tho great Democratic rally wcro being enacted. Tho cries that werc'heard in all directions bewildered almost everybody, and it was somo time before tho location of the fire could be ascertained. It was nt last discovered in the basement at tho rear of tho Rudd House. At this timo the flames extended over a space not more than a dozen feet square, and it looked as if they might be easily controlled. An instant later they spread to the right and left and sped upward with a rapidity that convinced all that the hotel building was doomed. The alarm was given to the guests and immediately a scone of terror and confusion ensued. The guests ran back and forth on tho upper floors searching for a means of escape. Tlioso on tho fourth floor were principally boarders who were well acquainted with tho house and thoy ran d,wn stairs with facility and were well out in good time. Mr. Tom Phillips went to the top of the houso in the elavator and got as many as possiblo down that way. Mr. W. J. Hon was ono of the boarders and when ho awoke he recognized the danger to himself but ho braved that to rescue others. Ho rushed from room to room arousing the inmates and at last he found himself surrounded by the (lames. Ho was almost suffocated and the flesh was burned from his feet and hands, but he had accomplished the noble work he set out to do, and had doubtless saved many lives. He some way got to the bottom of tho stairs after his task was done and was taken from tho building. He suffered intensely all day. His injuries aro serious but not dangerous. terror-stricke- n P X r if 31 & Both the method and results when Syrup of Figa is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system" effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovore and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the niost healthy and agreeable substances, its roajiy excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale in 50c Olid $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpistwho may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. . one eivtoys VAVTV WLW.'wWSaS That Little Tickling In your throat which makes you cough onco in a while and keeps you constantly clcaaing your throat, arises from catarrh, and as catarrh is a constitutional disease the ordinary cough medicines all fail to hit tho spot. What you need is a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsa-parill- a. Fought nobly, and aa many of them will need a new Suit or Overcoat, or both, wo are led to remark that we arc loaded to the guards with "our own make" Suits and Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children. We mus.t lighten up. Wo don't care to exactly throw the goods overboard, but wo will do the next best thing und make the prices so low that everybody 'will buy. The weather will soon compel you to put on something heavier ; there is no use thinking about having your Alpaca coat lined and wadded for the winter campaign, when you can buy regular clothing for so little money. We can make it very Remember wo have no interesting for you and profitable too. d advertisement to charge up and no band of music to make our customers ray for. Come early, as we expect our usual rush to morrow. all-wo- at last takes the necessary action. ol high-price- WNT "Old Reliable" Clothiers ' S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i: tt 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.f. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardlnsburg. &, Attorneys atLaw. IUrdlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEKI'OKT, CSrOlHco with I). It. Murray near Post oillce. R. jY. MILLER, Many people who havo taken for scrofula, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, and other troubles, have been surprised that it should cure this troublesome cough. But to know the actual cause of tho cough is to solve the mystery. Many cases of consumption can be traced back to tho neglect of somo such slight affection as this. Consumption can be controlled jn its early stages, and the effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla in purifying tho blood, building up the general health, and expelling the scrofulous taint which is tho cause of catarrh and consumption, has restored to perfect health many persons onwjiomthis dreaded diseaso seemed to have a firm hold. this medicine ExECtmyK Mansion, November 10, 1800. To the people of Cloverport GREETING : "Whereas, the rolling year has once more brought around that season when the last winter's flannel undershirt seems a trille gauzy, and the wind blows through your whiskers, it is meet that you should slop in your mad pursuit for wealth, honor and fame, and get in your winter's wood. The frost is on the pumkin and tho cider in the glass ; corn is in tho shock, and the wheat is in the elevator. For all these things, including the Fall campaign, you should give thanks. Give liberally. This is no contribution box. The season calls for a day of hilarity and a big You will therefore gather yourselves around tho feed. festal board, (if you can't get an invitation elsewhere make a festal board yourself) and be sorry all the next day. But especially do I recommend you, brethren, to secure whatever you need for. the Nation's day of Thanksgiving at SULZEH'S. They only can give you satisfaction BY THE PRESIDENT. M iTTi I I I l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l I MJJJL mmJ7 A Beautiful Entertainment. Death of Thos. F. SatterHeld, Esq. A time in memory's calendar to bo Mr. Tlirw. F. ftitterfield, one of the oldest and best known citizens of Cloverport, looked back upon with recollections of died at his homo in this city last Sunday, acutest pleasure, was tho beautiful little November 9th, after a short illncas. Mr. entertainment of last week, given by Sattcrficld was in his 73d year. He was Mr. Jas. P. Minor, at the home of Mr. born at Princeton, Ky., where ho mar- and Mrs. W. E. Minor, of Holt, Ky., to ried his first wife, Miss Cash, of the same the many young friends of the most place, who boro him two children, one of whom, Mrs. Annie Brown of this city, is now living. Ills second wife was Miss Elizabeth E. Allen, who with a largo family of children, most of whom aro grown, aro left to mourn the loss of n kind and indulgent husband and father. Mr. Satterfield moved to this city in 1853, since which ho has lived a highly highly respected member of tho community endearing himself to all by his social qualities and upright life. Truly a good man has fallen among us. Ripe in years and experience, but active ami laborious up to the beginning of his short illness, ho died with the harness on. Mr. Satterfield was a wiso counsellor. Ho possessed sound judgement, and a His hand was great broad heait. always extended in kindness and his tongue spoke words of cheer and symall around him. pathy to any wero Bick, his visits wero frequent. If If they wore aged and infirm, his open, kindly faeo and gentle voice woro often a comfort. In the public meeting in the counsels of his church in tho nlfiurs of life, his Of advico was always sound and wise". largo public spirit, he was always ready to aid in ull enterprises to the extent of his ability. Wo pen these words in a sad spirit. Wo all loved Mr. Satterfield, because he How kind was worthy of being loved. and noble and grand ho was in his life How ho labored and struggled struggle for those who depended on him ! Who in all our acquaintance lived a nobler lifo ? God bless his memory ! Tho death bed scene was like that of tho Christain patriarch. Conscious fully of his condition and surroundings up to almost tho last moment, his aged locks flowing upon his dying pillow, admonishing tlioso around him with words almost from tho shores of ctcinity, it was a scone impressivo beyond degree. Closing such a life, who had greater right to lcavo tho dying messago to wife, children and friends? And from what source could they come moro impressively? They wero words reflecting tho light of tho Great White Throne. Tho loss of such a man to his family and tho community, seems almost a calamity. d 1 Jas. wy C. Plain, .Secretary Priest Moorman Drops a Wad of His Brother's Cash at Poker and the Latter Sues For Its Recovery. Tho Owensboro Messenger says: A Physician and Surgeon, tore. Office over Dr. J. M. Clayton, RichardM? IRmhcarr J. C. HUSH, CLOVERPORT. KY. J. II. TA.YI.OIl, W. 8. TAYI.OK. DRNTISTS Frodcricii Street, Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store OWENSBORO, J. H.Taylor & Co., KY. . Dr. W. B. Paynter, Physician and 'Surgeon O.Tice in Fisher's Drug Store CL0VJS11P0RT, KY. Dr. David White, Physician and Surgeon, PATESVILLS, KY. - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, LOCAL NOVEMBER 12, 1890 BREVITIES. Try a sack' of "None Such." U c When you want roof paint go to Short's When you want perfume go to Short's Kcmcinher Bell's grocery on the corner. s cigar go to When you want a Short's. Tho New York store soils cheap. Try first-clas- them. When you want window glass, 1 go to 'A Short's. And it is so you can buy drmn stoves from J. L. Miller for :). When you. want a nico piece of tobacco, go to Short's. I will tell you J. L Miller can make anything or sell you anything you want. Whony you want your prescription filled go to Short's drug store. Just think of it! No. 7, six hole step stoves at J. L. Miller's for 10.50. When you want anything in the drug line, go to Short's drug store. ThO revenue for saloon license In this city this year will amount to 2.000. Manager J. K. McCracken, of the Texas, was in the city Saturday. Mr. J. A. Askins, of Stephensport, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Thos. Payne and daughter, of wore In tho city last week. Tho meeting. at tho Baptist church will close next Friday night. 1. S. Bell keeps a nico lot of fresh groceries, at Scifricd's old stand. Lost, in this city, a pair of gold glasses. Return to tho Nnws office and be rewarded. Itcv. Benrod will begin a series of meetings at Ilardinsburg next Monday g, rather unusual suit has been filed in the MARCH OF TIIK FLAMES. circuit clerk's office W. It. Moorman, guests wcro While the of Breckenridge county, is the plantifF trying to escape the flames continued and II. Priest Moorman, John S. Pope, their onward march. More rapidly Iko Kohn and Scth Palmer are tho de- than was thought to bo possiblo they infendants. vaded tho whole house. Torrents of The petition alleges that tho plaintiff1 fire and smoke belched out of every and Priest Moorman were partners in opening in the walls and leaped high the buying and selling of cattle. The into the air. Thero were at first hopes plaintiff" was to furnish the money and that the conflagration would stop with Priest was to buy tho cattle. Tho prof- tlm destruction of the hotel. It was its, if any, were to bo equally divided soon evident, however, that several other between them. Ho furnished $3,0o0 for buildings would havo to go. Tho first of tho purchase of cattlo, which was ex- these attacked was the furnishing goods pended. The cattle were sold by Priest storo of A. J. Williams. With marvelous to Edwards & Cruse for $3,043, a loss of $7. rapidity the handsome stock was licked Ho received $2,290 of tho money, of up and tho building was in ruins. Wilwhich ho paid theplantifr$l,811, leaving liam's Joss was $9,000 ; insurance, $0,000. a balance of $470, no part of which has The Messenger ofllco was attacked been paid. while the Williams building was burnIt is futhcr alleged that on a certain ing. It was soon a shapeless heap of night in October John S. Pope, Ika Kalin brick and plaster, through which tho and Scth Palmer enticed Priest Moorman ruins of tho splendid machinory could to enter into and play a game or games bo seen. Not a piece of typo or anyof cards known as poker, at which money thing clso of tho finest printing estabis or may be won or lost. The three lishment in Western Kentucky was defendants conspired together to play saved. The actual loss is placed at with Mooiman and win his money, tho though tho original C08twnswirfuch proceeds to be divided equally among moro than that sum. Tho insurance was them. They did so play and win, tho $0,500. All the books, ofllco papers, sum taken from Moorman and converted mailing list and galleys and files were io their own use on this occasion being saved. After the hour at which tho flro $150. They havo not since returned tills occurred it was impossible to get out a money, nor is it their apparent purposo paper and no attempt was mado in that to do so. direction, though the proprietors of tho On n subsequent night in October, Inquirer generously placed their office at neither dato being given, tho said de- the immediate disposition of tho Mesfendants again enticed their senger. to enter into and play another gamo Smith's butcher shop, Marks & poker, at which they of cards, grocery, tho Bank' of Commerce, conspired as before to win his money Marquis' saloon and Rcinhardt's o and divido it nmong themselves. On store wcro tho last buildings to go. this occasion Moorman lost and they They all caught nearly at onco and they won the futhersuin of $320, which money presented a magnificent sight to tho they havo not returned and which they thousands of spectators that thronged tho wrongfully hold and retainbelonging to streets in every direction. Nothing $9,-50- 0, Du-gan- congenial old bachelor. Tho spacious parlors of the fine old country mansion wero decorated for tho occasion with Southern mosses and rare grasses, and made gorgeous also by the addition of nuinberlcfcs foliaes specimens from our own native forests, to which only Autumn can lend such matchless beauty. The refreshments consisting of seasonable dainties, were everything that tho most zealous dls inlc of ancient Epicurus could possiblo desire, and when finally the influence of Tenwichoro had fully enveloped the souls of those so fortunate as to bi nro- sen t, a soulless chronometer rudely awakened all to tho fact that it was time to depart, and regretfully from fairyland we wended our homeward ways. Those present were : Mr. and Mrs. j. G. Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Burks, Misses Forrio Hardin, Nellie Burks, Brook Stephens, Holt; Miss Eva Young, Morgan-fiel- d ; Miss Dix, Dr. Goldstein, Stephens-port ; Dr. R. S. Rutherford, Galena, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Chits. B. Skillman, Misses Nannie Murray, Jennie Warfield, Alienc Murray, Pearl Miller and Katie Bowmer. Messrs. Geo. Bentley, Dr. Clayton, J..B. Fisher, J. W. Owen, R. N. Miller, W. S. Bowmer and O. T. Skill-toa- THE TELL CITY PLANING MAFUFACTUREBS ILLS OF DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In tho Turning and Scrolling lino of work will be done at this establishment In tho best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Bodine Roofing. Old Stand - By's Market Keports, Corrected Weekly by LOUISVILLE HOUSE. You will find The H. W. Herndon Co. (IKNlIltU. COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, 144 Third Street. VKGKTABLK8. TOBINSPORT, IND. Health good. Wheat is looking splendid. -3 00 I 50 1 I 's to-w- funi-tur- night. That's right. You can buy hardwaro cheaper from J. L. Miller than any other man in town. Tho ladies of tho Baptist church will Thanksgiving dinner and Bupper have-'a at hats, caps, lmU, sho33, underwear, notions, stationery, etc., visit tho Now York storo. An 1 when it coaiss to pump?, I load thorn all, for deep and shallow wells, guaranteed to work. J. L. Miller. Georgo Farbor and Miss Efil j Grant, of Victoria, went to Cannal.ton last Monday and woro married. Till Groves ha3n't had a worJ to say for a week. The election returns struct -- For him dumb. Mrs. Martha Master Elder, of Cannelton, wcro vlsirhig the family of Benedict Boavjn last wook. Sugar, coflfeo, flour, meat, canned goods, cheese, crackers und any thing you want In the grocery line at 1 S, Bell's. , E!o Houso, $38,000; insuranco, $25,000. Wm. Foor, hotel, furniture and fixtures, $22,-50- 0 Bank of Com; insurance' $17,700. merce, fixtures, $300 ; insuranco, $1,500. F. T. Gunther, two buildings, $8,500; Marks & Dugan, $8,500. insurance, grocery stock, $7.000 ; insuranco, $5,500. J. D. Powers, building, $5,000; insuranco STEPHENSPORT. $3,000. J. II. Guckcrt, merchant tailor, $3,500; insuranco, $1,800. Owonsboro Items very scarce. Messenger Co., newspaper ofllco, $9,500 ; business havo insurance, $0,500. Mrs. Emma McGill, The stave and hoop-polbuilding, $2,000 ; insurance, $2,000. Dan been busy for tho past week. Miss Emma English is teaching school Marquis, saloon, $3,000"; insuranco, Al Rutledgo, sleeping apartments, near homo, in Robert's Bottom. $750 ; insuranco, $500. Frank N. Smith, Messrs. M. Blaiu and V. Tucker wont building, fixtures and stock, $0,000 ; insuranco, $4,500. Dr. W. J. Cole, $800; to Louisville, Sunday. no insuranco. Chas. Werner, building, Mr. E. II. Miller und Eugeno Haynes $5,000; insurance, $2,830. A.J.Williams, went to,Clovorport, Sunday. stock and fixtures, $9,000: insuranco, $25.-00- 0 Tho Floyd family have been giving ex- $0,000. L. II. Reinhurdt, building, John Rcinhurt, ; insurance, $4,000. hibitions hero for soveral days. furniture, $0,000; insurance, $4,750. Ben Scarlet fovcr in light form has been Wile, furniture, $900; insuranco, $750. P. G. Kelly, $000; insurance, $500. Dr. among the children in this vicinity. .O'Brien, $o00 ; no insurance. Tho total Monday. It rains, and tho dead leaves "losses according to tho abovo estimate fall. It makes one shiver to look upon aro $129,850. Tho insuranco is $93,400. Tho estimate of tho loss is very conservatho bare forest. tive and taking other losses not enumerOur town has a Wheeler storo, Payne ated it would bo safo to place tho wholo & Payne. They aro working up a good at $150,000. OI1K1IV OF TIIU KIRK. trade. As stated previously tho flro was first Tho Farmers' Allfanco held a Convenseen in tho basement at tho rear of the A very good crowd building. Tho laundry was located here, tion horo Saturday but so fur as known no ono had been in were in attendance. v tho placo for flvo hours. Tho theory Mrs. Andrew Crawford and Mrs. Lou that the flro works used in tho Roberts wont to Louisvillo, Sunday wero tho causo isground-les- s, as tho part of tho building where night. evon spark was was Mr. Pilo is getting on nicely with his tho flro not have closed andaccess ato the gained could school. Wo havo heard no complaints place. Owensboro Messcnjcr. as yet, and this is vory complimentary to him. Gratifying To All. Tho high position attained and tho When Daby was rick, ire gate her Castorla. universal acceptanco and approval of tho When ihe wan a Child, he cried for Catorla. pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of When he became Miss, the clung to CastorU. moat excellent laxative Figs, is tho Whea he had Children, ahe gate them Catorla- known, illustrate the valuo of the qualities on which its success is based and to tho aro abundantly gratifying California Fig Syrup Comany, o $2,-75- 0. plaintiff. The defendants Priest Moorman? Iko Kahn and Seth Plainer havo no property of any kind in this State and John S. Popo lias not sufficient property subject to execution to secure plaintlfTs debt which is sought to bo collected under tho Btatuto in such caso mado and provided, and a special and general attachment is asked for against all of Popo's properly. Tho attachment has not been issued, and it is understood that it will not be unless hereafter thought, advisable. whatever could bo done. Tho flames were so fierce that no attempt could bo mado to get anything out of tho buildings, fnd the contents of all of them, wcro a total loss. LOSSES AND INSURANCE. The losses and insuranco on the burned property were, as follows: Rudd Farmers arc digging potatoes. Crop better than expected. C. C. Whitehead shipped a large lot of potatoes Saturday per steamer Tell City. 01 all kinds and Prices. Prof. J. If. Groves is getting along nicely with his school. C. C. Whitehead's new residence is quite an addition to our town. Tho Toll City took on a large lot of straw hero on her last trip up. Of Every Description. Messrs. Till Groves and John Cockrell havo purchased new organs. Mr. F. P. Smart has taken up his resi- PUMPS, dence at Holt, Ky., where ho will encross-cu1vs, gage in farmingjn tho future. Leslie Frank, 'of Amsterdam, who hns been tho guest of his cousin, Mhs Blanche Frank, has returned home. MANTLES tj GRATES', Tho election camo off all O. K. A Kinds. Of number of our Republicans have been quito ill sinco the event. Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Mr. Murray Weatherholt, of Evans-villInd., has been spending a few Saws. Belting, &c, &c. weeks with his parents here. A Smart Man Mr. Mitchell, of Aurora, is loading poIron Roofing for Sale or put on Will not hobblo around on crutches tatoes in his fiat boat at Frank's landithe building. Also you can get when ho can cure his Rheumatism with ng. Miss Millio Moors, of Owensboro, who anything made in the Tin, Copper ono bottle of Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy, costing only $5, but worth was the guest of Miss Blanche Frank last week, has returned home. and Sheet Iron line. $100. Enterprising druggists keep it, or John Baker, of Ilawesville, and formit will bo sent to any address on receipt erly of tho Daily Girl, who has been jaffGuns and Pistols repaired. of prico by tho Drummond Medicine spending tho weok with M. Frank and family, has returned homo. 0 Maiden Ijuic, New York. Co., L. Mr. John Taylor, of this place, who has been quito ill in Ilawesville for Take Notice. CLOVERPORT, KY. Tt na .1.. Rnmn timo ! iimirnvim. A meeting of the stockholders, of tho election that mado him sick. Gold Fortune & Mineral Company, will bo held at tho ofllco of D. R. Murray, in Cloverport, on tho first Monday in December, 1890. for the purposo of electing a board of directors. R. B. Pierce, President. STOVES t Applos, Fancy Apple;, Common Potatoes, now per bbl Onions Beans, bushel Cabbage, per bbl POULTRY. 2 50 1 75 2 50 (t$ 2 00 (J 2 00 ( 1 25 (o 75 2 70 2 25 100 HAHDWAEE sa liens, perdoi Mixed Spring Chickens, per doz Lire Ueese, per doz " Ducks, per doz HIDES AND I'UIS. 3 00 i 00 2 00 (j) 3 00 f, 2 75 3 25 2 35 (cj, 2 50 2 00 (a) .1 00 Orecn Hides, 30 to 50 lbs " " small Dry Hides, salt Bint " Sheep pelts, fleeced WOOL. (a) 7 VA 7 U BX (u II 40 (3) I 14 00 25 35 'flue tiling, all Wool, clean Wool, I'BODl'CR. 20(a) 33 ($ o, Butter, choice, country Butter, medium ' inferior Eggs Feathers prime Feathers mixed Tallow Beeswax Ginseng May Apple Iloi.t Blood root Yellow Hoot .'. 12(a) 15 10 (& 12 5 (a) 8 16 ( 17 41 (ft 43 35 4 22 3 00 (a) 3 30 25 25 (g 2l)i 1 2 ( 2K 2d ghain and Wheat, Med " Longberry Ear Corn, choice per bus Oats, Northern white Hay HAY. 07 411(3) 48-5- J. MILLER, llye 75 V 90 00 52 4. 80 00 Timothy, choice per ton... 9 50 (5) It 00 (oj Mixed 5 00(a) Straw, per ton Veal Calves 13 0(1 0 00 A Voice From the Executive Mansion. Mr. A. K. Hawkks Dear Sir: Tho pantiscopic glasses you furnished me some timo since, gave excellent satisfaction. I have tested them by use, and must say they aro unequalcd in clearness and brillancy by any that I havo over worn. Respectfully, John B. Gordon Governor of State of Georgia. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. o weist DM3 TOOTHBRUSHES, ,' ii Toilet Articlos, Tourists Outfits, Inlxoe J. A. WITT, We Beat the World. '. POWDER Absolutely Pure. cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. A Hair Brushes, An immense stock. at Prices way below any SPECTACLES, J of our Competitors. PRESCRIPTIONS We have them in all styles, sizes and prices Eon Sale. for Men, Boys, Women, Girls 200 Acres of Valuable Land. and Misses. Dnita Spring Farm, iltuated part of BreokenriJgt county, within minutes drlreor Xrvlngton, and directly on the line Western of the Loulivllle, Uardlniburg It is much easier and more satisfactory Hallway, near Ilennett'i Water Tank. Thli convenient to the land, being only to station you as well as ourself to tell you about aecosilble for distant, making i of inlleand shipping facilities. both travel Una fit.no.k than it is to write about it. See Itailn Spring Farm ii one of the best farm consider (his aerea the county, and sala aa (he own and that is believing,4b if its SHOES you want cleared land ing cream of the place. tying the bend of 8lnking Creek, and fre 11 convince you aU'overBows. The balance in timber, come toour store and we frns sltuU4.lt Parties desiring a the heart of llreckenrldgo coustt;, what we advertise is true. get a bargain, ail am aaxInu.teL.bjfcag; that Combs, My Ihe In 30 1) Jc Is a It In we In we now offer for 130 aores 200. frora i arat-clas- a c&ft'&e f.fl, Gortmmn ltrjwt, Aug. 17, 18S9. engaged in other barineM. It wUUisjaWruB. liberal terms and fat below It takjav. For any further particular! oall.on or adjkeaaJ. A. CONE, Care Hess, Ilenle k Co., touts-vlllKy., or the Breckenridge News Ofllco, Cloverport, Ky. e, ,i--'- H mmfmxvfFVwmj&r!m nil w mpiiw m mttum J,p''uv "W5Vf ''7" "ff rfVT'.'JW JJyj A .vBreckenridge News; 'which I belong afTonU rac a placo of uge from interruption, which makeB New York letter. &(PROM .fcr CORRESPONDRNT.) A SPJ5C1AI. ref- Death of Mrs. Eliza Muffett, SOMETHING ABOUT CLUB LIFE. Its Growth and Development in New York What a Great Preacher Thinks Ah out it Are Women's Cluhs an Evil? An Interview With the Editors of the Christian Union. The other day a Monti of mine invited iih to lunch with him at the Aldine in n comfortable, dwelling in Ln Fnyetto Place ono of the quiet, historic streets in the center of the city. The Astor Library is on this street, tho Mercantile Library is at tho head of it, and it is surrounded on all sides by some of the most inllucntial and substantial publishing houses in tho country. The Aldine Club was organized homewhat over n year ago by n number of publishers who wanted a place of social meeting for men engaged in literary life particularly on the business side of literary life. The o is a simple and yet most attractive one. The parlor floor is given up to the restaurant, and one of the chief advantages of the club is that it gives to its members n reasonable and yet delightful lunching plnce that can be easily reached in business hours. Indeed, one of the mottoes which are scattered about the rooms, artistically carved on the wood mantels or painted on the walls, is this: "A DIXXint l.l'llllll ITKS 1ILSINESS." The President is William W. Apple-toof 1). Appleton it Co.; tho II. C. Iiunner, of Puck; the Treasurer, Frank II. Scott, of the Century Company. Bishop Potter, Charles Scribner, Frank Stockton, Itichard Watson Gilder, editor of The Century, E. L. Purlingame, editor of Scribner's Magazine, William Dean llowells, and the is housed club-housVice-Preside- Club. It n, w Itn. IL-v-. s - v MM VHIIOTT, I). I)., J'liKlnr of Plymouth Church. 7 Lyman Abbott, pastor of Plymouth chutch and editor of The Christian Union, are among some of the n members of the club. The day I lunched at the Aldine Club 1 met Dr. Abbott, and seized the opixir-tunit- y to ask him what he believed to be the influence of club life on society. Ir. Abbott is not a man who would be accused of leaning toward the indolence that dub life sometimes cultivates, for he is a tireless and constant worker. He may truly be said to do at least two men's work; in fact, when we take into account his pastorship over the greatest of Congregational churches, his editorship of the largest of religious and family weeklies and the amount of writing, lecturing! committee work, and other labor not included in either, it would not be extravagant to say that time men of ordinary working capacity would have to hurry to keep up with him. His great nervous energy accounts in part for this; his faculty of doing one thing at a time in part, and his skill in selecting and usiii" msistantM in the minor details of his work, alM counts for a good deal. In Plymouth he has two assistant pastors to a (1 him; in The Christian I'nion lie has as associntc a man of marked literary ablht v and long journalistic experience, Mr. Hamilton W. Mabie, and a large stall of assistants and outside writers. 1 felt that Dr. Abbott's opinion of clubs would be taken from the broad and analytical point of view. In response to my inquiry, Dr. Abbott replied as follows: "The club idea has come to play an established and useful part in our social life. As a matter of fact, clubs are growing in every dircc-tio- n in New York. There aie women's chilis, boys' clubs, working girls' clubs, scientific clubs, church clubs, actors' clubs, literary clubs, philosophical clubs, athletic clubs, and political clubs. In every one of thei-the social element in AX EDITOI1IA1. COItXEU J.V THE CHRISTIAN UNION' OFFICE. n word, clubability is cornertho the ruts into which she has allowed her-stone. The 'Congregational Club self to settle, and surrounds her at onco meets once a month to discuss religious with fresh air and sunshine." topics, but it lias a dinner first. Tho I wisli I had tho timo and ypu tho 'Kefonn Club' is doing an important space for an account of some pf the work in disseminating the principles of splendid work done by tho working the new political economy, but it has girls' clubs as Mrs. Uctts describqd it to n comfortable house, with'an excellent me, but any of your readers whojire in-- j restaurant. Tho 'Union League Club' terested in such things can fully inform is one of tho strongholds of the best ele- themselves by communicating witjh Mrs. ments in the Hepublican party, but it is Uetts herself. She welcomes corresponwell proided with every convenience dence on any topic connected with her for social comfort. Of couiso thero are department. clubs for club men puro and simple, in I left Tho Christian Union oflloo conwhich tho billiard, card and wine rooms vinced of two things-fir- st, that Clio neand tho lounging places in tho front cessity and advantages of a certain kind windows aro the chief features. Hut, of club life had been pretty well! estabnotwithstanding these, thero aro many lished on good authority; nnd, Hecond, " clubs in Now York, I think, which aro that tho editorial stafl of Tho Christian for a useful purpose. Union look upon life in all "In my own parish I And tho club in a broad and humanitarianIts .relations spirit. ' idea very vnlunhto in tho social work of A. F. LawimIxck. tho.church. We havo several clubs connected with Plymouth church, through You aro out nothing if you gef a tatwhich wo aro enabled to do work that tle of "0. C. 0." Certain Chill, Cure, could not bo othcrwiso accomplished, from G. W. Short and in my own literary work the club to your Chills and Fever. itItdoes not euro is guaranteed. well-know- Mrs. Eliza Muflett died Oct. 21st, at as it wen, my literary castle. Somo of her homo, near this city, in her 70th my best writing I do In tho quiet library year. Her death had been expected for of my club. A man with as many dewmio time. She leaves six children and mands tipon his tiiuo ok I 'havo must many friends t.o mourn her loss. Sho havo a place to which he can retlro, and had been a professor of religion a numinto which not even his own family can ber of years, and was ready and willing follow him. to go. Her children were standing "A club man and n clubable man nro around her bedsido weeping, and she A' said, "Weep not for me, but prcparo to two entirely different characters. club man is a man who frequents clubs meet mo in heaven, for I seo bright a moneyed man of indolence one angels beckoning unto me, saying come. who prefers the life of a club to that of A FlllKNI). tho active man of nflairs. A clubable To Future Generations. man a tcrin invented by tho great Dr. Johnson is ono who is possessed of With McKinley prices rampant those qualities of temperament and and ferocious, we may as well bo candid character which draw about him a so- with future generations and warn them cial circle of his fellows, or which mako that if thoy aro thinking about being those fellows welcomed in such a circle born it might bo better to delay until we already formed. Ho is cultivated, well elect a Democratic administration sav informed, an agreeable conversationalist, 1802. N. Y. Herald. generous, Not a Word to Say. possesses a senso of humor, and is honorable in all his dealings." Washington, Nov. 0. An effort was At this point up camo Mr. IL W- - Ma- made this inorningto induce President bie, the managing editor of The Chris- Harrison to express an opinion on tho tian Union. Mr. Mabie is a genial, result of tho elections, but, like old Boss hearty, clubable-lookin- g sort of a man, Heed, he hadn't a word to say. It is rewho has steadily and surely purMied his ported that tho President looks at it way in the field of pure literature untllt from the standpoint of ono ol the things y lie is recognized as one of the ordained by Providence, but some people declare that ho thinks Providence leading literary critics of America. "Here, Mabie," oaid Dr. Abbott, intro- has been rough on the poor old Pcpubli-ca- n party. ducing me, "won't you confirm or condemn what I have said on club life to The Tariff Did It. my friend here, who is investigating the Washington, Nov. 0. influence of club life on our modern soKeifer is hero and is one of the few ciety?" who admits that the tariff did This clubable introduction insured mo a cordial welcome from Mr. Mabie, and it. Ho claims, however, that the papers as lie was just returning to his desk in misrepresented tilings and made the the substantial, granite-face- d Christian people believe that tho McKinley Bill Union building a few doors down tho would increase prices. Old Keifer ought block, he invited me to accompany him. ,to know that the Democratic papers told "I am very busy," said he, "as our the truth and the people accepted the In&t forms go to press hero a truth. grimy printer's devil hurried into the Remarkable Rescue. room with some long bluo galley proof Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111., sheets "but I am very glad to say that I believe that club life can be made to makes the statement that she caught exercise a most beneficial effect on soci- cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for u month by her family ety. Of course there arc numerous clubs in which gambling and dissipation physician, but grew worse. He told her exist, but some clubs oxert a positive in- she was a liojxleta victim of consumption fluence against such things. It seems to and that no medicine could cure her. be a law of human nature that men Hor druggist suggested Dr King's for Consumption ; she bought should segregrate into groups or clubs. Take, for instance, the Fcllowcraft Club, a bottle and to her delight found herself or the Authors' Club, of which I am a benefited from first dose. She continued member; it is a distinct advantage for a its use and after taking ten bottles, found man engaged in literary work to meet herself sound and well, now does her own there, as he does, those who ofl'er him housework anjl is as well as sho ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovsympathy, encouragement, and suggest-ivenes- s ery at G. W. Short's; C!ovenort. Ky. in his work." I asked Mr. Mabie if lie did not think and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. women's clubs should bo included in All Split Up. any discussion of club life. Washington, Nov. 0. The practical "Most certainly," said he, "and you cannot go to any better source of infor- politicians among tho Republicans demation on this phase of your topic than clare that Harrison hasn't a man in his to the editor of the 'Home Dcpaitment' Cabinet who is worth ten additional votes to the party. Thoy aro mad, and of The Christian Union, Mrs. L. W Petts. She is not only a member of ono hold the powers that be in the highest of the prominent clubs for women in contempt. this city, but is an authority on workirg The Next Speakership. girls' clubs throughout the country." Already seven names have been menWhereat he showed mo into an attractive little oflicc at the end of the hall, a tioned in connection with tfie next view of which I am able to send you. Speakership. They are Crisp, of Georgia; It is wortli printing, as it shows what a Springer, of Illinois; Hynum, of Indiana; woman can do to make a newspaper of- McMillan, of Tennessee ; Outhwaite, of Ohio; Wilson, of West Virginia, and fice not only efficient, but charming. Mrs. lletts courteously stopped her Dan Lockwood, of New York. The last writing 'and consented to give me her named is tho newly-chose- n member from Buffalo. Crisp and Springer probably views concerning club life. "While admitting that there are bad stand tho best chance, although the fact tendencies in club life," said she, "it that the South has held the honor for seems to me that the general influence three Congresses in the person of Mr. of clubs on social life is good. I think Carlisle may ojicrate against the former. Louisville Post. this is especially truo for women. Modern society is so complex that women Democratic Majority In the Next can hardly be thrown together as they House. should be except through the medium of Estimates as to tho Democratic majorisome sort of a Club. lam just sending GO to to the composing-rooan articlo by ty in the next House ranges from Olive Thome Miller on this very sub- 154. The former, of course, is from a ject, which is to appear in The Christian Hepublican sourqe the New' York TriUnion of this week. I am too busy to bune, and tho latter from the New York read you tho whole of it, although it is Sun. Eitherono will do nicely, although an excellent aiticle. Hut this sentence tho Sun's estimate will probably come from it will give you an idea of what 1 nearest to the actual result when all the believe should be the spirit of a woman's returns are in. It is not much given to club. 'The woman's club lifts her out of exaggerating, and, although a staunch Democratic paper, is not partisan to tho extent of coloring tho returns. Louisville Post. -high-mindesweet-tempereto-dat" it, $3.00 FOR BOTH!" TheBreckenridere News $1.00 A Year ami The Christian Union, -- 1890' - u FRANK S.COOK, ' -- : :- , $3 a year Do. yo'.t know The Christian Union? We have mr.uc- - ;i special and exclusive arrangement to send to each of our mail subscribers a copy of this crisp and popular Family Paper, by way of introduction. Let us tell you about it in advance. Only a hint on two the way to know.it is to read it every week. I".c "Outlook" is n week's It's a woman's paper helpful, entertaining. Supplements the daily paper sometimes suggestive In all home matters. supplants it. It's a man's paper virile, inspiring, In the i;.ic'i is made up on the issues of the forefront of all great movements. week. The best writer to be found Hoys and girls watch the mail for it. There gives his best thought on each vital topic. Is good fun In its pages every week; Scrnio is by America's foremost preachers. bright stories and practical talks. Sunday reading for people of eery faith. "She Loved a Sailor," a powerful dramatic nearly every week not for art's I'lctir-story by Mrs. Amelia E. Uarr, begins ta.;e, but to make clear the text. in late uctooer, ana runs lour months. Railways and ,1'Jeasure Kcprtsof America. R. U. Hayes says: "The e "Any Christian Union is a paper of proprcss. or descriptive circular Union reader, Its ideas, spirit, and aims arc excellent, sent free to any Christian on application. It is hopeful, generous effective." ' world-histors time-tabl- LUMBER, ilAlilrJ, SHINGLES, DOOHS, . s.s:h: &c zBHiiiiLsriDS Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., . By special arrangement we offer to extend your subscription to this paper for one year, and send The Christian Union one year to a new subscriber, for the very low combination price named above." No other paper in town is able to make this offer. Don't miss this opportunity to secure two papers that you want, at so low a price. Address this office. . LOUISVILLE,( - KY. e) o 8SyMcntion this paper. Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Building Material, Roofing.uwaiorShiDeKliime, Cement, &c. $&Ah . i I 1 o m V II I ll IS V' m"wsl 11 jkba V til jmm& I :::::::OfeK ' II m -- IrL7m '.t2v )'1E IMlFffi iru ll m m Br IHsTOW?2i R. J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. Whar is J 'wr w M v KY. wrart vy JjK sSfc tox mm&i,L - 7LiVeHMaVlUUlL. IViU, MggMMMnrrmnriBTiriKV3TnnnraBMMiaiMitBBnawMMMaMMai CL0VERP0RT, F. N. D'HUY, -- Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS MID Grocery Department. STAPLE AND FANCY CASTQR1A Cmtoria in Dr. Saml PltoTtcr' old, harmless and qnlolc cure for Infants' and Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil, Parogorlo or Nnrcotio Syrnps. Children cry for Caitoria. Millions of Mothers blois Castorln, Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ; "I recommend Castorla for children's Sour Stomach, DlurrliaBO, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription aires healthy tlwp ; also aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. AnciiER, M.D.. Without narcotlo stupefaction. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Tns Centacr Company, 77 Murray St., New York. JEWELRY GROCERIES, , Musical Merchandise A and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, REPAIRING SPECIALTY TRACK Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. f. .TP.AP ft tgpwiiuill s The Leather. Workm.inshlp and rintsh arc oi the vkkv iievt SAVK MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. Wc cjn sill you Price, 17. 'J CtsMsuMsj. m lv' " ,?- - f iBt r v DR. ELLIOTT'S Harness at from S6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. ACY3 KAimPAOTUaiHG 00, Medicated Food, A 8END FOR CATALOGUE. 1NDIAKAPOLIC, WD. Suro Curo for nil Dlsoascs In HORSES, Cattle Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of tho Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN "r ' ' GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It ii as pleasant to tho taste ai lemon syrnp. The smallest infant will taVe it and never know it is medicine. Children cry lor it. Never falls to onre. Chills once broken' will not return. Cost yon only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. Ko qninine needed. Ho purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than cEJ22Si PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. X. M. Mlmmo, drugs and gen. mdsf., Custer A. li. Morris ilc (jo n , general inise.,Uig Spring Win. Illll, goner! aidse Oarrett. Mi'cboll A Kbodes, general mdee., Khodella. T. A. Millar, general mdse,. Stcphentpnrt. S. M. Hanninger. general mdse., West View. A. A. IUchnrdson, general inde , GurCeUI. Walker hoard, gonsral mdse., Holt. Ij, flreen, genernt mdsA., Fallo of Hough. s II. II. Urasbear, drugs .t groceries, Irvlngton. W. II. Hichardx-n- , Urandenburg Slmonton X Hale, gcueral mdse., Patesvllle. Happy Hoosiers. Win Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville, ! Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for me than all other icedicino combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver trouble," John Leslie, Don't Ubo bitter nnd naiiheotiH mixfarmer and stockman of same place says : tures when you ran get "C. C. C," Cer"Find Electric Bitters to be the best tain Chill Cure." l'lenmint to take and Kidney and Liver mdielno, mako mo guaranteed to cure Chills and Fever. feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, Sold by CS. W. Short. hardware merchant, same town, says.' Electric-BitterOn the Other Foot. is just tho thing fora man "I don't need any advertising. I have who is all run down and don't euro whethreally er ho lives or dies; he found new strength more trade tlm1.) I can attend to. I adver-tiMiilmvo not tho timo to talk about good appetite and felt just like lie had a coino in again." new lease on life. Only 60c. a bottle, nt "Hold on! wouldn't you lil:o to take a G. W. Short's. Clovemort. Kv.. nnd J. A rest for a few days'?" Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. "Yes, indued would if Iliad tlm timo." "Well, we will just say in The News today that you havo more trade limn yon I.ie Advertising lay? no is n slow man infieed who nffinm can attend to at present and request the that judicious advertising does not pay. peoplo not to" Let tho skeptic look around him, in any "No! no! don't wiy anything like that. city or business center, and noto the If you, do I'll suo you for damages: that .most successful business men there. is advertising in tho wrong way." Who aro they? Tho ciireful and judi"If ono way does damage, would not cious advertisers invariably. tho opposite way bo benoiicial?" Somo raise the objection that every "How is thkf Docs Tho News charge thing is now sold at so small a margin of me for that littlo reading notico vm I am 'a regular advertiser':1" tiso. Tlds is just why they should ad"WlO't certainly, it is all advertising. vertise, Whenvia tho advantage of se- Do yon charge for a little thing like lecting particularly cheap or offering thread when ujndy buys tt now dretsY" The shoe is soon shifted. Exchange. especially great bargains if tho people are not made aware of them? Tho Home I'aper Best. Thero is no questioning flio fact that Tho clean njwspapcr has, in the long there is an immonso amount of Imoney wasted, positively' thrown away, in so run, tho most permanent patronage and called advertising schemes that aro abso- circulation. Tho paper which goes into lutely worthless, and that fail utterly to tho homes and is read by tho families is bring tho investor in them any returns tho paper which counts its subscribers by tho year, instead of depending on whatov.er for tho .aiouey expended. All itne fluctuating sales of the news s, tlioi experienced advertisers avoid them, .and it is,'hfter all, tho family using only the standard, long tried, reli-abl- o 'newspaper, which, swings tho power and mediums .tho newspapers, the best rays tho adycrtisor. and the cheapest, As It is known that the most successt Titcpinb-Wlmmiu'o you tnko to ful business men aro the greatest advertisers, to is it a fact that all successful drink, Fuller? Fuller Ixvc. advertisers are firm believers in the news-paibelievers not only in ita effectiveTitcomb Of a woman? ness, but its cheapness. Y. Sun. Fuller No, of l!quor.-N- . s com-twinieer Fisher, druggltt, Oloverport. , heard .t heeler, druggliti, Mardiniburg J. W. West, general etore, Proton nibion & Co. general inilee.. Sample S. C Frank, general mdae., alattlngly h. D, Addison, geLeral indie., Addlsun Jonas Lyon, diugglst, Custer. Mattlngly A-- Ruasol, general mdse., Liyman. Moorman .V Heeler, general mdse., Olendeane. W. N. Drury, general mdse., Uewieyrille. I.ydnn, general mdse., Webster, Adkisson W. E, I'ool .t Co., general mdse.. Constantino. X-- Miller, general mdse., Bland Jolly. A. IV. POR SJLIjH by It purines the blood and removes at.1 malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an' RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. quinine. , JPy. is 'J " HWfm, "i'.E9eSZESSB Fisit EXLJ'MiJ'jt' r3i2SvK?K6flslssFlssKi3 fM?S?s(sisWfcl!.syssfewl leurime Ui VOli vMm U&SSm.-' 'VVlJHH .WARRANTED CORMIMTILLE, hlwmiWtKM ro ron Some people agree with Tiir Sun's opinions a Lou", men and things, and some people don't; but everybody likes to get hold of the newt paper which is never dull and never afraid to Mitufim Co., Ftvia, Tcna.; tud me three Joten f your GroTc'i Ttute I wm pleawd with the lot from you lammfr. Tbe people wtre dellchtetl with It I Ctte your Chill Tonlo to nomt children who were pile tnd worthy tail ewtclaiM, btTtof hi4 ch route ehillt far months att, one of them fur n year, and within three weeki after beginning with the Chill Tonle they were hale and hearty with red and rosy nberki U aflied Ilka a eharm. W, W. 6T1NS0X, U. D. Chill Toole Ml., tW. 12, I8S3. I- - SA.li UY 1891 Jb.. IS PHES. DF CLOVERPORT, KY. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. GEO. W. SWiLAHlNGEN. g: speak Its mind. Democrats know that for twonty jears Th, Sun has fought In the front line for Democratic principle, never wavering or 'weakening In Its lojnlty to the true Interests of tbe party it serves with fearlcrs intelligence and disinterested vigor. At times opinions have differed as to tbe betl meat of accomplishing the common purpose j It Is not Tun Sua' fault If It has teen father into fho millstone. Eighteen hundred and be a great year in American polities, and every, body should r nd The Sim. Daily, per month, $0,50 Dally, per yo.ir, b,qo Funday, por year , 2.00 Dally and Sunday, per jear, 8.00 Dally and Funday, per year, ,... 0.70 Weekly Sun, one year, 1.00 Addre.r ViikSih, New York. nlnty-ono'wl- UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY. Win, ry DIRECTOR3 T Otter. P T ."lllte. W. T Orant, C. G Strater. John O. Roach. H W Wood. Fre.l Hoert1SJC W. Iternhcim, W. W, Drilminond, John Doerhoefcr, James T. Curd, Henry lltocktrnn. Ir.tereboa Time Deposits. Necotiates Purchase and Sale ol Bonia. Solic:ti ycur Uuiir SURPLUS $12,500. - HEE.E Fuinhurc in eiullees varie- WE ARE AGAIN ' wm umr ! vwy ty. I am ' now !BWPPHr Wv II back ut my old ftp 1,004 TO UNDERT V. (Gh. Babjba.e, FURNITURE, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Ilonest Goods. sHInl cu Safely Rrln UoUtn Evtrj Gone owner buys front I to 0. Lint never under hot tee' feet, send tt cents In etm la loeUie kikI pectins forMekel PUItdxempllhlrlUf. r "'V arCincowM Far Brewster's Dill Agenu wan,ed A $m stand ami' respectfully solicit the n:troingo tho iiublic. ' of VTV given nway lolnlroduwlbtm. r llrensterlir.to.. Ilr'lr ir nick. KER, Attorney at taw, court ho'oss Hardinsburg, Ky. ir you want Queensware at reduced prices, call en JOHN D. BABBAGE, i. -