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WITH A Ileal Mean Old Thins;. Of all the flock the turkey cock Woa roosting on the lowest limb; Tlio females fat above lilm sat And. trembling, listened unto him. "Dear girls," said he, "I think 1 see A hawk above us in tlio sky Vou come below and 1 will go Above to guard you or to die." With flapping wings the silly things Flew down upon the limbs below. While he, the knave. In accents bravev Devlared that he the first should go With good night rep they fell asleep, Cut soon awoke with frightful screech. As ono by one tho farmer's son Wrung every neck within his reach Of all the flock the turkey cock, A perch upon the highest limb, Alono was spared, who thus had snared The silly hens to swap with him. Washington Post. Constant and continuous advertising, gotten up in an attractive style, is like the constant dripping of water upon the flinty rock slowly but suicly an Impression Is made. VOL. XV. STOP XODIt COTJQH NO. 19. Cares Comrhs. Colds. Hoarseness. Cronp, lThoopIn? Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consmnptlon, nnd trill ro lioro consnmptlro patients In ad Tancod stages ; Trill euro trhen enra-noland relioro in tlio worst cases. SooilintC.C.C. IsWomtlnoTorrbot-tl- o andtalfo no other. 25o. J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., o, "Of conraa slu will fo.il nwkwnrd among society co.itinnsl Forrester, fatuouily. "I havo no doubt o" It. The would feel awltward at a piogressive euchro party or a hijli tea, but motherhood is wors'.iiped in he. utjio just the same. Let in 3 toll yon, Forrester, if you aroto fortuiifto as to win Janio Barton you will havo a wife, your children will havo n mother, nnd your homo will havo a priestess to keep tho sacred fires burning on its altar. Try to realize this, and try to appreciats tho blessing that a Idnd fato has in storo for you." CHAPTKR IH. Price SOLE PnOriUETORS, 32VAXSVII.X.E, IIVDIAWA. SOLD BY DRUGOIBT3 GENERALLY. RcmOTO Corns, Warts & Bunions with BT CERTAIN CORN CURE. 2Q Ots. a, BOTTLE. SOLD AND WARRAWTKD TBEpHL GK "W. 01 BANK OF SHOE'S1 By JOSEPHINE BOWEH. Copyright by American Press Association. HA&OTSBURG Capital Stock $25,000. n. F. DKAllD, President. Wllili MtM.BR, M. II. DEARD, Ciuhler. Q. W. BEARD "You havo a school then?" ho asked, nt what to say. "Oh, yes; two miles over the bluffs there is a echoolhouse and a sort of school, three months in winter and three in summer; I nm going to teach it this summer ono doesn't need to know much to teach it." "But shouldn't yon like to go to a o or something? You see, Miss Janie, I owe you a great debt; you saved my ii loss col-leg- M0RRI3 KSKItlDUL' R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ON TIME Direct u. DEPOSITS. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH or GOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Flosh SCROFULA cr Inflamed, Zach of Strength or 2'erv4 rower, you can bo relieved and Cured by Or any DUeme irwre the Throat and Zunpf SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL Aikfor Seott't EmuUlon, and let no cos. planatlon or lollcltatton induct you to a ttih$titute. Sold by all Druggists. SCOTT & DOWNE.Chomlsts, N.Y. accept OF With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. life, you know." "Of course," sho answered, "and If it had been my little Scotch terrier I would havo jumped right in rather than havo hud him drown. I could have caught on to the braces of the bridgo nnd climbed out easy enough. Of courso it was a urd pull, yon were so heavy and nearly frozen, but it is nothing to make u fuss about. As to nursing you, it might as well bo you as anyone else. Some of the neighbors are always sick, nnd I am always well, and I tako care of them n good deal. It keeps mo from thinking about myself." "But why shouldn't you think about yourself? You could not think of anything fclso half ns lovely." "I would rather think about any one else," she answered, without betraying by look or sinilo that she noticed his bit of flattery. "I am not very happy perhaps I should liko to have a houso liko Mr. Grantloy's up on the bluffs. I mean that I should liko for father and mother to have one. They have pretty carpets on nil the floors, and so many pictures, and books, and lace curtains as fino as spider webs, and a piano. Then tho girls have beautiful dresses, nnd a ;reut garden full of flowers, and so many pets. You see, Mr. Grantloy owns nearly ill tho country around here." Ass o B.ioij t'jon;j'it was busy In the young man's braiu. How easily ht could take her to a homo which would Ecem to her as beautiful as a dream of Purudibc. Ho tried to imagine how sho would look dressed as ho could dress her, but iho vision of the fairy in rose tullo who could' wultz so divinely flitted across his mtutal vision nnd he came down lo reality again. "Shall I build you a houso here on tho Sonder, MKiJnnie, and fill it full of "I love you, 1 Bay." The spring advanced townrd summer, and everything had settled down to its old timo routine, with the difference that tho little Bchool which Janio walked ten miles to teach gavo her to some extent an occupation for her mind. If she hoped for any chango in her dull lifo she never spoko of it again. Sho tried to feel an interest in her pupils; sho tried not to feel bitter toward tho parents who would send them to school dirty and unkempt, nnd with a lunch of soda biscuit and fried pork. Sho was gracious and sweet to all alike, and at homo tried by smiles and cheerful words to brighten her mother's lonely life and mako her father's weekly homo coming ono of joy. Unconsciously to herself sho was gaining the moral heights and finding the atmosphere that was good for her soul's health. As the summer ndvanced and the dreaded hot days camo the school closed and Janie resigned. As Janio went from house to houso on errands of mercy she often saw her friend Dr. Selwyn. Once sho inquired if ho had heard from Mr. Forrester. Ho nnswered her almost curtly that he often heard from him, but that was all, and as ho volunteered no further information she never spoko of him again. This summer seemed to tax Jnnie's strength. Toward its close a languor and weariness took possession of her, but she mado no complaint. Tho 1st of October found her wan and listless, but raoro beautiful than ever. Her mother watched her with a sinking heart. There had been consumption in the family at homo, on the Atlantic coast, nnd sho was dreading the first fatal signs of the dreaded disease. One day when Janie camo in from a ramble, with her arms full of tho beautiful spoils of the woods, sho was met at tho gate by Harry Forrester, grown strong Ho greoted her and very handsome. joyfully, yet tenderly, and relieving her of her lovely burden ho asked her to retrace her steps with him. She consented, nnd they took a winding path, carpeted with fallen leaves and hedged in with nil tho glory of the autumn woods. Suddenly Forrester turned and took both hands in his. "Well, Jnnie," he said, "I have como back to offer myself to you. If you scorn me, as you did the house I offered to build for you, I shall feel awfully cut up, for upon my honor I lovo you." "I should bo very sorry if that were so," she said, gently withdrawing her hands. "But I don't think you do lovo mo," she continued, smiling brightly. "Yon lovo the girl who waltzed, nnd woro a roso colored dress. You talked about her nil the first week of your illness." "Oh, hang the girl who waltzed! She may go to Jericho. I lovo you, I say, and I want you to marry me. I will build n nice houso for your father and mother and help tho boys to a start in life, and, as for you, you shall bo a queen, as you deserve to be. You shnll bo at he head of as pretty a houso as there is in St. Louis and havo everything yon want. Then I hope nobody will call mo an Ingrnte or a scorpion." "No ono has a right to call yon that, Mr. Forrester. You are noble and generous, I am sure, and when you are married to some beautiful girl among your own friends I hopo you will bring her to see me, if I am alive. Father has Baved somo money, and with that and what you gavo mother they aro going to build a pretty little house about where wo are now standing, and wo will have n room for you."' "But, Janio, I took time to consider and know that I lovo you. I do not want to marry any ono but you." "I cannot marry you, Mr. Forrester, for I do not lovo you." "You do not lovo mol" ho repeated, with a look of wonder. 'Why, I thought I really thought that you did, you know." "Well, I do not, nnd nover did. Nor must you mistake gratitude for lovo either, or imagino that you aro under any obligations to me, I Bhall always be glad that I had strength, nnd was there to help you that night; tho thought of it is all tlio roward I want. I hope you will remember me. I am not very strong. Perhaps I bIuiII not livo long. If you hear that I nm gono don't feel sorry, for It will bo best so." "Now, seo here," said Forrester, again taking her hands, "if you aro ill you are going to tho best health resort in the United States, and your mother isgolng, too. I swear that I will do something for you. Do yon supposo that I am going to accept my lifo at your hands and do nothing to show that I have tho feelings of a man? I will mako Selwyn tako caro of you." Ahl no pallor now! A rosy flush and sudden pressure of her hand to her heart told that tho name was a shaft which seo you an ho was gone. hcv buret into Dr. 's library. "Well!" ho oxuliiimd. "I have offered myself to Janio Burton nnd been rejected, by Jove, straight and square. And seo here, Selwyn, if having a fine head stuffed with science and intellect makes a man as bliud as a mole, I r.m glad to bo classed with tho Havu you been Janio lately? Sho Is going to dio unle you savo her." Tlio doctor started as if he had been shot nnd grasped thcyonng man's shoulder. "What do you mean?" ho nsked; "speak, can't you?" "Drivo out there at onco and see," replied Forrester meaningly. In ten minutes Dr. Selwyn was on his way, but as ho drove along ho reasoned that It was altogether unlikely that anything serious was tho matter. "She has no organic disease, I know," ho said to himself, "and Mrs. Burton is a sensible woman; if Janio were stricken with fever her mother would havo sont for me." Thns reassuring himself he drove through the cleft bluff and along tho seldom used road carpeted with rustling leaves. Passing a cluster of glowing sumach bushes he saw Janio idly pulling the crimson leaves. Ho left his buggy nnd gently approached her, holding out his hands. "I havo had a terrible fright, Janio," ho said. "Forrester made me understand that you wero ill. Oh, my darling, God only knows how thankful I am that It is not truo, for I lovo you, Janie, with all my heart and soul nnd by," ho said suddenly, "I will again An hour later Sel-wyn- llBBSSIlBBSSBttssBBBBBlJBBSW .B r ask for your patronage ami propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR Left at my store. brain-lessvuriet- y. Therefore I call your attention to my new and ::..,. VIr i r UUUU3, i IlllC ilUIKISOIIK' i!.... IJI r FARM Here IMPLEMENTS Such as T I have bought the Warfield StoreKooms and have my Drug Store in the room formerly occupied by R. E. Moorman. I now have a larger room and am able to carry a larger line of I e Are ! AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WACCNS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, ! SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And n full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Salt and Cement, Brick and Tiling for flues and drainage, Water Drawers and Fumi s. and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. COOK AND HEATING STOVES My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save Money for all who favor me with their patronage. B"Cash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Fealhers, Eggs, &c. strength." She camo to him glorified nnd transfigured so that her faco was liko that of an angel. "And I," she said, "have loved yon with nil my soul for three years." THE END. Farmers' Supply House, IIahdinshuius, Ky. Louisville, St, Louis & Texas R. R. Co. - lie Should Hnve Seen Her Then, Wife Tell me, Reginald, dear, what made you lovo and marry me? Her Husband I fell in lovo with you at Snigger's party, when tlio waiter spilled a whole dish of ico cream over your silk dress. You smiled so sweetly, though yon know your dress was mined, that I made up my mind I never had seen so nngelic a woman. She Ha! ha!- Is It possible. Why, 1 never was so vexed in my life. I went homo nnd upset tho whole family. You just ought to have heard how I went on. -- Chatter. - DRUG Call and see me, and I will show you the nicest line of TIME SCHEDULE Effect Tukliiff At 5:00 o'clck A. MMSunda7.Hov.3O. , 1890 To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take the safe ami certain remedy, ir 63 Bound Train) Enit Bound Train. S.IM& SMITH'S mJuA STATIONS lv.Uii'n I)p't..iir Kentucky M. Wtst 1'iilnt D.illy 8 01 8 20 OHO 1111 Kxpr's llxpr's Dally li 2.pm IUU 7 7 i:pr's D.ill) 64' Kxpr's Dully 0 ftlpm SIX) ILE BEANS Vnn tho NM ALT. Slzo (4011ttlo Beans to tho buttle) TllEY AUK TUB MOST convenient. 1 O.I11111 '12 50 7'JI 4.1 0o:i 0 20 0 27 0117 Home Without a Mother. The room's In disorder, The cat's on the table, The llower-stan- d upset, and the mischief to Drugs, Toilet Articles, Soap, 7 6.1 8 01 8 07 8 11 0 40 Ilnw.irtl Itixk II.IMMl 111 Mini 73 I.niir llr.incli 114.1 7 2il 1131 HramlunlHiri! 7 22 Mi. ult Springs 1130 1210 1 J 07pm 8 10 80 7 4o Sultnblo tov nil per llottlo. rlcoof cither wlc. 25c. Ago. 8 3) 8311 8! Oltl 061 10 0.1 1012 10 20 10 27 i 10 10 44 10 40 10 52 Irinton Webster Stephensport Unit Cliucrpnrt SlinpH (illbtOII Kkron 1121 11 Hi 710 tump.). ).F. SMITH &CO.Uakerior"BaEBUN3,'ST,lOUIS MO. K!SSNfi"7:i7J07AHSrTFLRM 1107 1058 1051 10 42 10 7 0 58 0 40 (1 pay; And Johnny is screaming As loud as he's able. For nothing goes right when mamma's away. 8 47 8 .Hi 0 02 0 10 l.oillliurjc Tierce S.unple Addlhon 041 0 30 1020 10 21 3i 021 6 1.1 0 00 0 01) GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for 010 010 0S1 0 40 OK! 10 01 10 OS 1014 1017 10 HOti 1114 112ii HOT 1141 1151 1018 10 (tt 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.1 44 Sklllm.m What a sceno of discomfort and con- lawesillc Tctrlt l'.iUon C.151C 551 6 43 5 31 5 5 6 5 21 12 32 23 17 13 Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer. Cement, Mih- igan Plaster, Salt, Lime Cjal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, fusion home would be if mamma did not 06 return. If your wife is slowly breaking down, from a combination of domestic cares nnd female disorders, mako it j our first business to restore her health. Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription is without a peer as a remedy for feeblo and debilitated women, and is the only medicine for the class of maladies known as female diseases which is sold under n.posi-fi'i- e guarantee from the manufacturers that it will givo satisfaction, or tho money will bo refunded. It is n positive euro for the most complicated cases of womb troubles. Board-Ardre- Perfumes, Cigars and Tobacco in OLOVERPORT. Also SI ll&llim 0.1pm 12 21 12 Xi 12 4.1 1041 106.1 11 Oil moxt&m JKWl M.lttinKl) 1250 SUnlf) 107 WiirthinirtHii 117 11.17 SpotUxillc 137 1155 Il.iskitts 12 0.1pm 140 12 201111 2 00pm ir.llciulers'n 1118 Towers Tates Owcnsborn Luwfsport 0(i 822 8118 0l 8 47 8 32 7 50 7 47 4 55 4 38 4 2) 4 18 4 01 112i h 728 710 7 OS 1111 3 3 3 3 3 50 40 31 Pine & Poplar Shingles al- 21 10pm LouisviMe,Hardinsburg& Western R. R. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Floor nj; ways kept on hand. Orders by cash promptly tilled. W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. lias removed and will be found over F. N D'lluy's Jowlery Store, where I will be pleased to see, all old and new customers. All work In my line of business will have prompt attention, I will at any time muke Views to order. PICTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. N. B. Old Plotures copied and onlarged. Remember the new place of business Is over F. Jf. D'HUY'S, Jewelry Store, Oloverport, Ky. pretty thinjjB?" iwiilltis ,a F.NESH0W GASES. catalogue. A7Ask for TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE, .1 1 Tenn. BDr. BULL'S CV 01 HUr nlldruggUt.rrloo23cts. 1 1 facilitates Teething an regulates tho Bowels. A t MMS wnsm ana B - 4l f I - f" LJ 1 1 Efc Oougli,VVUVin Incipient Consumption, andro- QV D iovos ConsumptiveAsthma, Whooping S Oil! I UCCuresCoughs, Croup, DULL V Bronchitis, Colds, persons. Prico85cts. At all druggists. Vi Ivwr V? fob dAW 1891 er 9 Some p'cople agree with The Sun's opinions about men and things, and some people don't; but everybody likes to get hold of the news-pipwhich Is never dull and never afraid to - speak IU mind. Democrats know that fur twenty years Tin Sun has fought in the front line for Democra tlo principles, never wavering or weakening In Its loyalty to the true Interests uf th,e party It serves with fearless intelligence and vigor. At times opinions have differed as to tbo best meai a of accomplishing the common purpose it is not Tint Sun'b fault if It has seen futher into fhe millstone. will be a Eighteen hundred and ntnty-on- e great year in American polities, and everybody should r.ad The Suk. $0 50 Dally, per month,, 6.00 pally, per, year, , 2.00 Sunday, per year, 8.00 Dally and Sunday, per year, 0.70 Dally and Sunday, per year, 1.00 Weekly Sun, one year, Address Tiir Sun, New York. ( "You!" sho exclaimed, with a quick chango to tho aspect of an insulted queen. "You build mo a house! You must be growing delirious again, Mr. Forrester." "I tell you I want to reward you for saving my life, nnd you look as if I wanted to murder you," ho replied. "I liavo told you that I did nothing for you that I wouldn't havo done for a decent dog. I wnnted something to do, and I think God sent mo work. I hope he will send me more, although I want no one to suffer; yet if there must bo work like that to do I wan't to do it, or I can't live." Harry Forrester resorted to man's usual refuge and declared to himself that "women wero strango beings and ho couldn't understand them." Certainly this ono was not so ready to nccept rewards or to drop into his arms as ho supposed. But to leave her now was growing difficult. His interest was aroused. "I will not talk of a reward then, since you resent it bo, but may I come and see you nest October? I should liko to hunt these woods, and I Bhall want to see tho girl who. saved my life." "Oh, yes," sho answered, with an entrancing sinilo, "I shall bo very glad to see you; tho woods are beautiful then." The next day Dr. Selwyn came to tako his patient away. "Wo havo troubled vou a great deal, Mis3 Janie," ho said, dis"but now you can rest; wo shall-no- t turb yon for a long time." How ho pitied her as ho glanced at hor palo faco and quivering lipj. If ho could only bear this troublo for her! But tho kindest thing was to get tho parting over and this was soon accomplished. "Out of sight" was not "out of mind," however, with Harry Forrester. He began to bo conscious of an interest in Janio Burton quito equal to that which ho felt for tho waltzer, and tho more he thought of tho matter the mora puzzled ho was to know which to swear allegiance to the girl whohadflirtedwithhimfor a night nnd forgotten his existence tho .next day, or tho ono who had reached strong, holpful liands down to tho river of death and lifted him up as tho angel of tho resurrection may do when tho trumpet sounds. 's Two weeks under tho caro of Dr. good housekeeper nnd her husband restored Harry Forrester to perfect Sel-wyn- No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Kfloct at 5.00 o'clock n. ui. Sunday September 28, 1800. A JOUIIXAL Printers' Ink roil ADYEttTlSEKS. y. On last Tuesday, Nov. 18th, 181)0, Mr. Edgar Board, of McKinney, and Miss Helen Ardroy, of Dallas, wero united in tho bonds of wedlock at tho home of tho bride in Dallas. It was ono of the most brilliant weddings known to society circles, nnd tho list of presents was long nnd valuable, showing in what high of estimation tho contracting parties aro held by their hosts of friends and Immediately after tho elaborate repast was served the happy pascouplo departed on the north-boun- d senger train for St. Louis, Chicago and other points of note for a ten days wedding tour, after which they will return to tltis city, thoir future home, where thoy will find in waiting a hearty welcoming reception nt the home of the groom's parents. Mr. Board, son of Cnpt. It. M. Board, is ono of McKinnoy's most promising young business men, having been born in tho town, and is held in high esteem by every acquaintance, who rejoice with him in his good fortuno in winning tho heart and hand of bo accomplished and loveablo n bride as Miss Ardroy. She is a lady of raro accomplishments nnd will certainly fill tho full measure of tho groom's doting expectations. 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Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m Arr St. Louis 7:45 ' ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m Kransvlllo 2:25 " For further Information, call on or address, JOS S 0DI0RNE, deo'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky d WJ nfS'-SK- i. .11 (9 V uriPw-KK- .Mm &TJL flttV A wmrw smr a iHsV m.vjr THE r jtw rjRVM?M& . k. 'as BEST "ISksKir and prices. Taw MEDICINE CHILL CURE. AND CnitONIO CONSTIPATION. LIVER Call and See me. FRUIT-TR- EES CnEAl'EST MEDICINE JlJiOXVX CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. IT WILI, ALSO CUHX1 BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, C. C. MARTIN Clovorport, TodB-.IBABlBAiB- "Doctor," paid he. on tho ovenlng tho day fixed for his departure, "I shall not seo Miss Burton beforo I leave, but I will tell you what 1 mean to do. If I can convinco myself that it is tho right thing I nm coming back hero next October to marry her, or to offer myself to her, which, of course, is tho earno thing, that is, if I don't change my mind. Tho fact is, I disobeyed you and tried to get her to take something else, but she nearly extinguished me with hor scorn; so, if this lamb must bit sacrificed, he must, and thoro is an end of it, After all, I think she will mako a sensation. There isn't a woman of her typo In our health. bo-fo- ro Since tho election, protected manufacturers aro showing their hand by their trentmont of employes who voted against protection. Tho Ducber Watch Case Company, nt Canton, O., havo discharged nearly nil their Democratic employes, and Russell & Co., of Mnsillon, O., havo reduced tho wages of tho men who voted against McKinloy 33$ per cent. Thoy havo tho largest engine manufacturing establishment in tho world, employing 750 men. Tho Democrats among them wero told that thoy must accept "free trado" wages or go elsewhere. Such an action is only indicative of tho truo undercurrent of Republicanism nt tho present time. The lords of protection must and will protect themselves oven nt tho encrifico of principle nnd tho destruction of personal liberty, and tho Republican jarty is tho instrument through which they work. If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure" is not tho best remedy you hnve over used for Coughs and Colds your money will te refunded. Sold by G, AV. Short. (J. I. Short Oloverport, Ky. Applo, Peach, Pear, &c. Full lino of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy 100.000 Cherry, Plum, DRUQQIST. NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky Attorney at law, Hardinsburfj, Ky. your trcea at homo. OFFICE, Court House stock warranted truo to name. All W. S. ASHBY. CL0VERP0RT, KY. RAKE BARGAIN! For sale at a bargain, Fifty (60) acres of good land three mites from Cloverport, Ky., one-ha- lf a mile from the L., St. L. A T. It. K. For particulars address 110BT. E. WOODS. Ordinance Office, War Department. Wjuiiinotox, D. 0. FOR iTTjnra jjjwiosof SodrantXlnd, SffJrta titul, SkluallO0lrallrUMUr4. H. la tUrr ! StrStBtlBtVSl'lt'.tAirK,UHUABarAHTSUrDOWB. la 4u. 4kMlnl.ll nnJlUt H01 UUTIUT-SihI- U M iMtlfl lrai 10 SUIn u4 r.ralfa CwutriM. Writ. IkM. DmtIU BmI, ijimumU4 rhaMlM(MlHlrn. Mm KR1B MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO N. Y. VAIL1MO IVJitlUHQ IFar LOSTor mekvous MANHOIDi nRniT.rrv, In.n.r.i mil ee If pfetlee the label oh your paper aud set." year tlmoexplre this maath. tor, savagely. "I should think not," replied the doc- had A light dawned on Forrester's handsome hut rather vasuous faca. "Good-struck-home- . 7r u turn da thm rnxk. Fiv ,. Iun. Wa Ainalah arMTisalnff. V start Vttn. Ka risk. You -r MAinmit, r all your lima la tH woik. 1 felt It w Mulriil mccm to bring l wtlral 7 u Of Bf. iw oihissV iruin w u Mfwuk kmX toward. nJ won nrr tt w r. fun. lib, ou 'b m MONEY rctn )....... .ud . varum is up oiwhi. rapJJl hutwirablr. by ibuM f lihsrMt.vowiiVor olJ.ai 'nlktlff wnltMlUU(MhWtribt:, I ff.A ,,..ln.ll..tl1)r.itUKIt. Koir.to.ir.L!nt.M. lull ....H Kllli.fcfO., HUlSTi, SUUK. Jl 4ijrUn. ii .. ft.. A: : i9; Breckenridge News. . A WBDNKS1UY, DECKMNKK JNO.D.BABBAGE n, 1890. I... St. L.. Ac T. Local Tlmo Cnrd. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. I Mall and Express going Eait.... ,...10.05 " We.t... ,..11.07 " Gxnresi " East.... ,.,. 5.58 " " West..., . .. 9 27 Local Freight " Emt.... ...11. 1 " " West... ...10.05 -A "Six Pages. company with $."0,000 is preparing to erect large hominy mills at Ileinhr- SOU. Tiik stringency in money matters has drivpn a number of largo firms to the wall. 'Auui'AT Belmont, n leading banker in New York city, anil n prominent Democrat, is dead. iiiucK ami tile company, with $50,-00- 0 capital stock, U being organized at Owenslxiro. A Tiik Indian ware in the Xorthvet has al)out subsided and the settlers are returning to their homes. I.kxixutox, by special election, has voted $250,000 to indemnify the State for loss in case the capital be removed to that city. c-- f-- era igJ mtm m many visiting Miss Lillian I.owis, returned more were outside desiring to get in. home Tuesday. But the ushers, Messrs. John Wimp and and daughtMr. and Mrs. J. W. llobt. MeGlothlan, tried to mnko every er, Miss Lillian, and Mrs. D. W. Lewis, one ns comfortable as they knew well are in Louisville. how to do under the circumstances. Misses Mary Fairleigli and Nell Ix'wis Acohxs, broken ice, turtles, leeches When nil were seated that could bo returned home after a visit of several and quiet obtained, the choir began the and diamonds are some of the articles weeks in Louisville. the farmer may see on the free list in services by singing "All Hail the Power Stte or Ohio, City of Toledo, 1) the McKinlev Jlill. Mr. Jas. Hamilton, of near lie re, had of Jesus' Xnine." The singing wrs adI.ITAN COl'XTV, a heifer worth $1'0 killed by some huntmirable and was supported by n number Fiiaxk .1. Ciikxi: makes oath that he ers on Thursday hist. The Farmers' Alliance of Kansas are is of good, strong voices. Miss Ella Good-sothe senior partner of the firm of F. .1. not so certain but what John J. Ingalls n lady highly cultured in music, Mr. Carlt llondurant and wife, of Cheney it Co., doing business in the will ho returned to the Tinted States Fnioii county, aro visiting his brother, presided nt the organ, nnd wns nssistcd City of Toledo, County and State afore Senate from that State. by Mr. George Ilnrris, of Louisville, said, and that said firm will pay the sum Mr. D. H. llondurant. with the cornet. Much credit is duo Mrs. J. (!. Scott returned home Saturof ONE IirXDKEI) DOLLARS for each Tiik annual report of the State Kail-roa- d Miss Goodson, who had been some time and every case of Catarrh that cannot be day night from a week's visit to her Commissioners shows the mileage cured by preparing the song service for this parthe use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. parents nt Alton, Ind. of loads in Kentucky to be 2,80:5, an inticular occasion. I must say that tho Fkaxk .1. Cheney, Mr. J. Frakes, of the St. Cloud Hotel, crease of .".21 miles for the vear. whole was admirably rendered under Sw orn to before me and subscribed in served his usual elegant Thanksgiving her skillful supervision. my presence, this (1th day of December, dinner to his customers and friends. The text wns from Isaiah 52:1 If the leading express companies in A." D. LSSli. Miss Matlie McGehee and brother, "Awake, awake, put on thy strength, O this country refuse to handle business I A. W. (! m:so-- , Joe, attended the dedication of the Zion ; put on thy beautiful garments, O for the lottery companies, the business j Si: 1 1, ( Xutnrif J'ulillr. Haptist church at Irvington, Sunday. of the latter is certain to go under. Jerusalem." It was particularly well The Kock Gas Company has erected adapted to the occasion. Mr. Kerfoot Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Tiik managers of the World's Fair ex- and acts directly upon the blood and a derrick for drilling another well. The was assisted in the services by Ilev. Mr. hibition have notified President Harri- mucous surfaces of the systems. Send last well run the pressure up in the line Pen rod, of Cloverport. It was 1 o'clock considerably. when the preacher finished his sermon, son that everything is now ready for the for testimonials free. issuing of. his proclamation fixing the Messrs Woolfolk and ltichnrdson de- nnd he then announced to the congregaF. J. Cheney it Co., Flops., Toledo, (). dates for the opening and closing of the JE5T"Sold by Druggists, 75e. lighted a number of their friends by an tion that there was another matter of Exposition. invatatiou to a most elegant dinner on vast importance to be attended to beforo they could be dismissed. The contracThanksgiving HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Tm:()wcnsboro Inquirer says: "The El vice Wimp returned Friday from a tors were behind about $000 in paying dread disease known as cerebro spinal New Orleans, lie took for the building, and that amount had to Kill I or business trip to i:. ii xii it i: meningitis has again made its appeardown a lot of mules and renoits the be raised by subscription before the house could be finally dedicated to God. ance on (.'rah Orchard creek, near Clay, L, H &. W. TIME TABLE. market there very dull. (iOIMI WKST. An hour was taken up in securing colWebster county. Several deaths have Sheriffs. P. Woolfolk moved on the lections, when $400 was Piwenpcr Daily nrr. Ilardintljurg..l2:13 p.m. raised. This occuried lately from it." wist hill last week into A. Ditto's pro) nrr. Mixed (ox. " . 7:55 a.m. amount, witli some other sums that perty. Mr. Gus Harris is oecupyihg the OOlNf KAST. have been pledged, will be sufficient to The branch penitentiary has been Piirscnger pnilj air. Hardin, liurg.. 8:37 H.m. house vacated by Mr. Woolfolk. meet all demands against the building, I " completed. The following parties have Mixed (ex. SuiiNj) arr. .. J:0l p.m. About fifty businessmen, of Louisville, am told, when Irvington will bo tho been appointed to take charge of the inMrs. I. ula I'ush is visiting at ISewlev-vill- were down last Thursday to see the proud possessor of a handsome new Bapstitution: (ien. II. 1!. Lyon, of Eddy-villsalt plant of the lxmisvilloSalt Company. tist church. The building was put up ; Dr. Ormshy (Sray, warden clerk; This plant is now running regularly and by Mr. George Harris, of Webster, at a Mr. Hheinhardt, of Owcnsboro, is in and Dr. J. (. Thomas, of IIopkiuvillc, making salt. cost of $1,000. It is :!2.55 feet, nnd a litphysician. the city. Mr. E. II. Shelhuan was in Louisville tle beauty. Tho Baptist folk about IrvMr. Frank Ilaswell went to Cincinnati last week. It is rumored that Mr. Shell-ma- n ington feel under special obligations to Tin: Hartford Herald says Major last Sunday. will become a citizen of Louisville. Mr. Harris for the very substantial way is putting up a line depot at Miss Annie Jones has returned from Should he do so our town will lose an in which he fulfilli'd his contract, everyFordsville, on the I.., II. & W. Dig Spring. enterprising citien. thing about the house coming up to are enterprising men, and if Mr. J. II. Leiinin has gone to CincinThe fanners back of town are very their entire satisfaction. hey could succeed in getting control of nati on business. The inside work, carpets, furniture, much alarmed over a disease that is the Owcnsboro and Fordsville road their Mr. and ."Mrs. J. D. Heeler went to among their horses. Mr. Geo. Dugan stoves, chandeleirs, and the principal line to Irvington would pay handsomely. part of the funds that were expended in lost two and Lou Hoard one very sudLouisville Monday. purchasing the organ, were all donated Mrs. (i. W. Heard has been ill for denly from it. The Republican papers are raising a I learned that Joseph Denuiizio's of by private individuals. great cry about the nay the Farmers' several days past. the parties who made these donations do Louisville, was here last week prospectAlliance voted in the last election, sayMiss Nora Smith has returned fmm'a ing for a fruit farm. Denunzio is the not live in this county either, but probing that Republicans joined it believing visit to Hewlevville. largest fruit dealer in Louisville, and ably did once, nnd out of pure love for it was when it turned out Mr. Jesse Esk ridge went to Fordsville handles a great many apples from this tneir out nonie nnu menus, tiiey very to be a Democratic scheme. The plat- Monday on legal business. freely made these donations. The articounty every year. form of the Alliance was published time Mr. Charley Miller and Dolpli Hoard cles mentioned are nil of excellent qualand again and discussed by all the paL. Coleman bought of Dr. J. M. Wash from Missouri last Sunday. ity and add much to the beauty and expers, and if a man joined it not knowing returned Hardin ."00 grape roots to put out a vineA large crowd went from here to the cellence of tho interior of tho church. A its doctiiucs, be has no one to blame but yard. He is hitting in the right directhandsome Bible and a solid silver servhimself. The principles laid down in its chinch dedication at Irvington last Sunion, as there is nothing that you can ice wns the gift of Miss Sallie Harris, of day. platform were identical with the princiinvest your money in this county that Louisville. The railroad always gets a big crowd pays so well as fruit. ples ot Democracy if they were acted The ground on which the church upon fairly and honestly, .and a man in out of this town when an excursion is on The trains on the L. St. L. it T. It. It. stands was donated by Mef srs. Hobt. M. of the Alliance had the privilege foot. or out no longer stops at theSalt Works station on Jolly and Edgard Bennett. Besides furof voting his convictions, as lie has at .Mr. Will Heeler, of New Haven, Ky., Squire Ditto's place. This is regretted all times. For a Republican to say he was in the city last Saturday visiting Mr. very much by the people in that neigh- nishing the ground, these two enterprising gentlemen donated liberally of their was gulled into the order doesn't reflect J. D. Heeler. borhood, ns it is now the time of year private funds toward aiding in paying very creditably upon his intellectuality. Mr. H. S. Skilhiuin and wife went to when that station is most convenient for for the house, and lent much of their Irvington last Saturday to vistit !. Hate them. time and influence in helping the project Mr. II. C. Woodson bought all the along in other respects. Tho church The discovery of Prof. Koch in legard Washington. to the cure of consumption, has now a Mr. Claud Mercer, who is teaching pioperty of the firm of J. W. Hichardson, was commenced about three months ago, semblance of reality. Although it was school at Irvington, was heie last Satur- including storeroom, ware houses and and ns it stands, completed in all tho heralded in glowing terms by the press day and Sunday. h lots, for $2d00, about tho cost modern equipments of such edifices, is n of all countries, the more thoughtful Mrs. Sue Frymire and Miss A Hie Cart, of the large store building. Mr. Woodhandsome, ornnment to the town nnd n readers and men of science haeheen of 1'nion Star, were in the city this week son moved his stock of hardware into commendable and imposing structure to slow to believe in its certainty on acthe building last week. isiting Mrs. D. II. Severs, the sound judgment and Christian spirit count of the secrecy maintained by the Smith it Huzby are not making daily No fish story. Mr. Nick Hilt, near of its foumhrs. May those who have it great doctor about his methods, and trips with their wagon to Cloverport. Guston, in about 10 days, snared 80 in charge keep it sacred and pure in the from the fact that three years ago he The travel at present doesn't justify it. rabbits. In four nights he caught 45 service of Him to whose use it has been had the world similarly stirred up on Mr. Kstcl Sutton spent a few days in all on his own farm save one. Says he dedicated. May the evil influences his discovery of the mode of destroying town last week. He has secured a posi- was supplied with meat for his table which have heretofore had a tendency the cholera microbe, which failed to ma- tion as bookkeeper in the office of the and about 80 cents per day by sales for to contaminate the society of this counterialize as was expected. Now, how- Standard Oil Coiiiiany at Louisville. profits, besides the fun of catching them. try villngo be n tiling of tho past. May ever, it seems from the most authentic Mr. Dolph Jones, of Dig Spring, was School Commissioner Ilolnnd O'Hrynn the staid old inhabitants who have long sources that there is at least a happy re- in the city Monday. Ho has been makhas finished visiting tho district schools worshiped among these hills nnd valleys lief from the most terrible disease that ing numerous trips to ( ireen river of late and reports them ns much better than find renewed joy in this their new abidallliets humanity. In the way in which where, the gossips say, he is soon to wed last year. The percentage in attendance ing place, and deport themselves nftcr l'rof. Koch's discoveries are received by one of the fairest girls in all that country is double. Nino now buildings have that mnnner in which others, feeing Postmaster J. I. Ilaswell informs us been put up and 15 have been supplied their good works, mny follow them. the people we can see a great change taking place in the scientific world. that a number of letters intended for V. G. B. with new desks. are directed to Jolly's Station, Jenner never enjoyed any of the honors Irvington, Ky., Nov. 20, 1800. The wedding of Miss Lillian Hay to of his discovery of the vaccine irusfor when there is no such office in the counMr. John Cooper, of Louisville, took sinall-iKiBucklen's Arnica Salve. and Harvey was ridiculed for ty. Persons desiring letters to go to place nt the Haptist church Wednesday Tho best salve in the world for cuts, publishing his discovery of the circula- Jolly's Station should direct them to afternoon at 5 o'clock. Uefore tho cere- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fover tion of the blood. Cinchona bark intro- Metjuady. mony the bride's parentHgnvo an elegant sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, into England by Jesuits from duced The Poisonous Acids dinner to a number of friends. Mr. corns, nnd skin eruptions, nnd positively South America, was laughed at by tho In the blood, should be taken up and and Mrs. Cooper were tho recipients of cures Piles, or no pay required. It is medical jirofession and denominated Jesremoved by tho Liver and Kidneys, hut many handsome presents. They left guaranteed 16 give perfect satisfaction, or uit bark for years, l'erhnps the loss of for Louisville, these organs gut out of order fail to do Wednesday evening Prico 25 cents per money refunded.' timo in waiting for such good things to where they will reside at No. 1022 box For sale by (V W, Short, Cloverthemselves into use in spite of their work and the result is Klieiinmtiwtn. push Floyd street. port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, prejudice has caused tho medical ujen There uro a thousand remedies for the Liver and Kidneys, hut thero is onlyone Ky. to investigate new theory as soon ns Commendable. presented, and we have now to guard cure for Itheiiumtisin, and that is Dr. Arthur Meyers, Pat Huberts and MalDrummond's Lightning Itctncdy. A All claims not consistent with the high against another extrem- e- that of overcolm Allen were arrested in Ixmisvillo largo bottle may bo had nt tho druggists, character of Syrup of Figs are purposely rating a method." hefoio it is fairly tested. or will bo sent by express to any address avoided by tho Cal. Fig .Syrup Company. last week and brought to this city for Elixir, it will Like the Urown-Scfjuar- d trial. They nrp chnrged with robbing a on receipt of $.. That is the price of n JtnctH gently on tho kidney, liver nnd tako.timo to develop tho good thoro is in l,,,u """ any """ """ m having an nr- - bowels, cleaning tho system effectually, freight carat tho machine shops. Their .11. ir..i.t..n umUiw .., 1...I II ?a rnnintt. ,. . v trial is set for next Saturday beforo gumeiit with tho Ilhetimntlsm, will feel and makes no Mayor Pierce. 1 able to hope thut ho hiw proven himself fnjy ty tho first dosis. Drum-on- e but it is not a cure-ni- l 0 of the greatest benefactors of tho liu-- 1 mond .Medicine. Co., Maiden Lano, pretenscsions that every bottle will not I $ew York. substantiate. Fino writing paper ot Babhnc's. man race, In no case should we ask exorbitant prices for our vacant lands. Cloverport could well nfi'ord to give away a few acres of land adjoining the city on which to locate a manufactory. This is rather a hold assertion, hut it is true nevertheless. provement. n, There were probably eight hundred John T. Ditto, to attend the dedicapeople hero Lnconin. tion scrrices of the new Baptist church, W. T. Gary spent Sunday at OwKXsitono seems to be in n hit of bad just completed at this place. The day I.awrenco L. Lcwisspent Thanksgiving luck as regards fires. was not u pleasant onexby any means, week the enthe beautiful siinshino which wo have tire outfit of tho street car company nt home. Business continues to improve, so our been enjoying for the past ten days bethero was destroyed by fire, entniling a v merchnnts report. Iosh of $13,000. ing shut ofT by tho threatening clouds Complete Roller Process on Miss Jennie Wool folk visited Miss which hung in the skynllilayVi.Dut the Whcntnnd Corn. Daily capacity 75" The amount of improvement going on Uenn "Clarkson last week. unpleasant stato of the weather did not now in towns throughout Kentucky ex keep the people back. They turned out barrels Flour ami 300 bushels Corn Jessie L. Malin, of touisvillc, spent ceeds anything of the kind known in the Thanksgiving with his parents. in large numbers from tho hills and val- Men I. Stnto for years. Everywhere manufnc for leys surrounding Irvington, and from Hon. Chapezo Wathcn is at home Wc are in the midst of the best tories are going up, and there seems to points on the railroad, both cast and vacation from court. he n disposition among men with capital a two months Ilardius-hurwest of here. Tho Louisville, Wheat fields of Hrcckcnritlgc and Miss llln ltichnrdson spent several to let out their suiphis cash in enterA Western railroad brought in upMeade counties, and have facilities prises thnt will strengthen and build tip days hist week with friends here. wards of two hundred from points along Messrs. Chas. Coleman and Geo. Frytheir respective towns and cities. that line, Glendeane, Fordsville and foi turning out the highest grades business men should wake up mire were in Touisville Saturday. Hardinsburg being largely represented. of Flour and Meal. In planning to tho necessity of urging public imis By 12 o'clock tho littlo village was all Miss Maude Allen, of our mill we made quality the fust provements of a character that will visiting Miss Eva Corrigan, of Guston, aglow with animation of both young nnd bring us more people and extend and Louisville Salt Company made old, who had coine in a spirit of rever- consideration, and feel confident The build up the town. As a matter of fact several good shipments of salt last week. ence to partake of tho solemn and im- we can please those who want the it cannot be a great while before manuposing exercises of the clay. Mr. and Mrs, II. C. Kawlings, Jr., Custom work promptly atfacturers, seeing tho great advantages to It was 11 o'clock sharp, when Ho v. F. best. Dig Spring. be derived from tho use of our natural have been visiting friends at II. Kerfoot, Professor of the Baptist The- tended to every day except Monsecured license ological Seminary at Louisville, walked G. V. Harrington gas, must naturally drift this way in days. Orders filled any day. looking out locations. Tho single article Monday to open a saloon inGariiettfiville. into the littlo church nnd opened the We invite you to come and see to services. By this time the house was of fuel used in running an extensive Miss Mnry D. Pusey came home manufacturing establishment, entails spend Thanksgiving and remained until literally packed, there not being stand- us or write us in regard to anygreat cost. Here wc have natural gas in Sunday. ing room in the isles and around the thing you want in our line. This abundance, and the price of consumplion. J. T. Woolfolk came home to doors for the immense congregation. tion can be made so easy that men will spend Thanksgiving and remained un- Tho house hns n seating capacity for advertisement- will contain someregard it with wonder. Hut there are til Monday. about three hundred nnd fifty persons, thing new every two weeks. Don't some things wc should guard against in Miss Hertie Hichardson, who has been nnd you can have" some idea of tho confail to read it. , considering the matter of public imfusion there was when nearly ns - - - Advices received Inst night just before going to press, from the Mayor's race in IMiisvllle, were that Tyler was elected by n small majority. BRANDENBURG. The Dedication of the New Baptist Church Corrcsp'nt . at Irvington Last Sunday. to-da- y IRVINGTON Agent &. Roller Mill. The Best of Everything --- :- --. ::' With Prices Strictly Fair. Complete in Assortment, -: Plenty in Variety, Newest Attractions, Such is our Stock. -- g t's ..r Overflowing with Generous Bargains t IN - HOYD BROS., Irvington, Ky. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS STEPHENSPORT. Wedding bells. Our town is going to lose one of its bachelors. Mrs. Harvey English has just returned from n few days visit to Louisville. Mr. Henry Payne and wife, of Texas, arc visiting relatives here. Miss Jennio Hughes, of Owcnsboro, is visiting friends here. Miss Ella Mosely spent several days in Louisville last week. Miss Georgic Hawkins went to Louisville last week on a shopping trip. The Blue AVing passed down Friday night dressed in n now coat of paint. Humor says there will be a wedding on a green hill not far away, Christinas. Mr. Jenkins, of Louisville, is looking after his interests here and at Tnion Star. Hcv. Mr. Gregory, of the Christian church, is holding a series of meetings in the M, E. church. Mr. James Payne is having a new roof put on his dwelling near the M. V. church. The Hspuhlicans still wear their chin in their vest pockets. Tho Democrats will show them what they can do in 1802. and CLOTHING! Don't forget to visit us during the Holi- days, as we will make it to your interest. Wm. Vest k Sons, a: CLOVERPORT, KY. e, e. Mrs. Nannie Cills, of Louisville, was visiting her brother nnd sister, Mr. II. A. Brashear and Mrs, Dr. Napper, last week. Walter Moseloy had his right hand severely mangled in the Hockport mill one day last week. He is now at home, but will return ami take charge of tho mill as soon as his hand will allow. When ono sees a certain young man having a long and close commune with a certain young lady's father, near n certain business shop, it is certainly a certain sign of a partnership business with somebody. B. F. Beard ft Co. f K'xpect to receive this week a large and well selected stock of especially desirable goods for the Christmas . ' . Holidays ! book-keepe- r, l, Tho stockholders of tho Gold Fortune rfl - i& -!HHHHH Gas Company held u meeting Monday and elected tho following Board 'of Directors: II. A. Oelze, C. B. Skilhnnn, Our stock for the next four weeks will be very attractive, containC. W. Moorman, I), llnmbleton, F.N. ing something for everybody. D'Huy, J. T. Skilhnan, H. B. Pierce nnd Chns. Tinius. Tho directors elected F. The Husband who will make his wife a present of a handsome S. D'Huy, President, C. B. Skilhnan, Qiiecnsware set, large elegant Rocking chair, Cashmere Shawl, Dress Secretary, and II. A. Oelze, Treasurer. This company is supplying tho Clover- Pattern, will go no farther, port Pipo Lino with nil of its gas, for The wife who is sure to give her husband a gift of a Carving Knife which it receives 50 per cent, of the reand Fork, Pair of Gloves, Silk Suspenders, Late Style Hat, Silk Handceipts. Tho Bullitt well, the first onb sunk by this company, hns been aban- kerchief, will stop and see ns. doned. following party from this city attended tho dedication services tit Irvington Sunday. Mr. A. B. Skilhnan and wife, Mr. Alfred Olzo nnd wife, Rev. W. K. Penrod, Mr. P. S. Miller, nnd Miss Sallie Moorman, Mrs. Eugene Hnynes. Misses Luln and Susio Sawyer, Jonnle Keith, Bettio Harrington. Mcasrs. Harry Hotli, J. M. Barnes, Jesse Miller, Clarence Keith and Samuel Conrad. They reported a most enjoyable day. Tho a Suit' The father, that will say to his son on.Chrisimas moining, here Is of Clothes, Overcoat, pair Shoes, Suit Underwear, has already made up his mind to give us a calK The brother, that thinks of his sister on that day, will find with us beautiful Sleeve Buttons, Camp Chairs, llrcast Pins, Plush Cloaks, Photo Albums, Toilet Sets in Plush Boxes, Parlor Lamps, Gold Rings. The sister can h'nd in our line for her brother, Pretty Mustache Cups, Sleeve Buttons, Mu filers, Scarf Pins, Neckties. Our prices are made with a view to catch the trad,!. The fathers and mothers can call on us and find something for (heir entire family. fl one-fourt- Is a constitutional nnd not a local dbcaje, and therefore It cannot bo cured by local application. It requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, wlilcli, working through the blood, eradicates U10 Impurity which cames nnd promotes tho disease, and effects a permanent ewe. Thousands of people testify to tho success ot Hood's Barsaparllla as a remedy for catarrh when ether preparations had failed. CaIarrH B. F. BEARD & CO., Muin Street, opposite Court House, HARDINSBURG, KY. TAKEN UP. Taken up as an nutray by FrancU M. Bass-baratios Bouth-- f mt living two and of Union Star, in Breokenrldgo county, Ky., ot the 4tb day 'of Nuremberg 1890, one white, iteer, about 4 years old, having red on Inside of ears, marked with an undorblt lu eaoh ear and a iplit in tho loft ear, and luppoied to weigh 1000 pound., buthavingnootheraark. and which I have nppratied at the value of one-half Me-(juai- ly will say I have been troubled for sr-ryears with that terribly disagreeable disease, catarrh. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla with tho very best results. It cured mo of that continual dropping In my throat, and stuffed up feeling. It has also helped my mother, who has taken Itfor run down stato of health nnd Kidney trouble" Mns. 8. D, IlEATit, rutnam, Conn. "I liavo mod Hood's Sarsaparllla for catarrh with vc. j Mithfactory results. I haTO recclred moro permanent benefit from It thia from any other remedy I have ever tried." M, E. Head, of A. Bead & Son, "Wauseon, O. CaIarrIi "I al twenty-fiv- e Tbli November Itli, 189). J. J djllan. Svr, J. P. D..0. One Dollar Weekly. a good Gold Watch hy oiir Club Sj'Htein. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened gold cases aro warranted for 20 years. Waltham or Elgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind set, hunting or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. Kqual to any $75 Watch. Wp sell ono of theso Watches for $28 cash, and send to any address hy registered mail, or hy Express O. O. I)., with privilege of exIhij-- amination. ,- -- .. 48-5- Bold by all droggUU. $ 1 1 for S4. Prepared only by 0. t, UOOD CO, ApoUiocariej, Lowell, Km, Sarsaparllla r Hood's tx When Buby waa rick, we gave her Caitoria. When alia was a Child, aha cried for Caatorla. When aha became Miss, aha clung to Caatorla. When she bad Children, aha gave them t'astorla. "Our jewelers have confessed they don't know how you can farn'ult uch icorkfor the money." One good reliable Ayenl wanted in each place. Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes: Write for particulars. Kmvjhe Watch Co., 18 & 50 Maiden Lane, Now York, i Keedlng .M IOO Doses One Dollar L.ADIKS wnt building up, ihoulri tako nnoWN's ikon d It Is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, a. tonic, or children that rfid and urii aM ritbr wk r ih.iikuuii,miii WW1 UdUIIrlOtMJr J'wIntMr.walmllilM.wfctirorlktjUra.lMliiiiMftnM, ortmHoju,,,,!,,! ui.u ,.;,. ., mitaiM.Mii. $3000- - unrWrtifca f XAIt luttiWgtut nHntAl.r1.ti. ny Ulty f 1 ihttkiib. Indlgci-Uon.an- Blllousueri. Alldea'cmkerpit. K " MW - l .lamJt'4 . 'I.1 ny'l-'-tf'"- .1 JW.A1. awlmT'mAl'tT, iTiTnr 1 ' iii i "liiiriTTift i. V iaa iiiwitsfrTg i Ml TSSSgl AWAY, AWAYJiULL CARE BILL BE typewrote by everybody just twice ns long, nnd thus reliovo tho swelling of tho great political joint, and reduco thoso regular biennial panics on Wall street, could go through. sentiIu paying this I think I voice-thment of many of our best pcoplo on Stnten Islnnd. Of course, I can handle an ordinary Wall street panic myself temporarily each fall if it doea not come too early: but Bupposothis regular political panic should striko tho country jnst after I had bought my coal! Thero are many other causes for thanksgiving besides the silent tongue of tho political orator, but none that I makes me feel better. heard a man the other day in a political speech tell the anecdote of the boy who tried to sell his pups ns Democratic pup3 and failed. Afterward lie tried to market them as Republican pup, charging a rise on them becauso they had their eyes open now. If any ono who reads this story hero will BWear that Ho never read or heard this story before, and that he has not been for the past 800 years with Emin Bey. I will send him by registered mail a nice feather bed which is almost as good as now. And yet the speaker had been in congress, where most of the good now stories originate. A congressman who has served one term nnd cannot tell his constituents at least one good new story or new at least ought not to bo reelected. I wonld us toon think of going to Duliith and building n big ico machine on the Trapped bosom of that great American Bay of Naples us to attempt a new Btory in tho presenco of n member Boccaccio, Arabian B. of congress. Knights or Balzac, after a day or two in the cloak rooms anil restaurants of the Capitol, would go homo and proceed to plow corn till called homo by the hnnd of death. Yes. wo aro over cai, ever peaceful nnd contented, ever thankful nnd hopeful, when the time comes to lay aside the battered flambeau club, and witli a cigh of relief throw our old lie nailer into the tool box for another two years Then let us march on. and, like the bobtail car driver, never look back. Let us rcjoico that wo aro spared to tackle the old thing again for yet another trip. Let us look up and press onward liko a bright eyed jay examining the exterior of Tho New York World building. Let us lay aside every weight that doth so easily beset us liko n Fulton market salesman, and light out liko n man who has been warned away from n hornet's nest by a commit teo from tho nest itself. The past year has shown us r.3 n people that honesty is tho best policy, and for one I think of taking out ono myself. It has also convinced us of tho prevalence of evil and its great undesirnbility in the neighborhood. It has shown us that tho wicked do, of conrso, prosper sometimes, but they will ouo day lind that shrouds havo no pockets in them. Also no viiM'line or cold cream for burns, scalds, etc., etc. Let us rejoice that Ward McAllister among sensible people is regarded as a doubtful ward, and that snobbery is not society in this country among the great majority and never will bo till money is more plenty. Let us be glad that tho town of New York lias still somo good hunting nnd fishing within tho city limits, and that within sight of tho Statuo of Liberty ono may still successfully hunt tho fleet footed chamois of the Harlem. I am personally gratified that we are to have n long, cold winter, which will give a boom to my new Almanac and fur overcoat, the latter of which 1 did not have a chance to show off last season except one evening nt a reception. NYE ORDEHS YOU ALL THANKFUL AT ONCE. TO Secretary, Stenographer and Plain ing, MEN Gladys Plastron Revers, YOU HEAR OF. Cook- TE SF Ilirre Aw S.orul Iteimnnn Vi'liy Vim Slioulil lie. Chief Aiming Them Ileitis Your Ability to Rmil Till TIiiiiiUhsIv lug I'rorlitiiiutloii Dinner us ITkiiiiI. Copyright. IBM, Ujr Edgar W Nye. IV, Tho following proclamation m:ty not reach tho people in time to affect the celebration or Thanksgiving tiny, hut if not it may be usc.l ui n reverio or n message to congress: Whereas, it appears by reference to the history of the world and other statistics that the past year has been one unusually prosperous in many respects, ntul especially to member. of tho legislature throughout the length and breadth of the United States: and IW7 o. ."aS: i m A JAY Whereas, Tno reception of tho literary works of Tolstoi nnd McAllister have given us goo.l reason to believe that tho scavenger and the snob must still keep outside of good society; nnd Whereas, I feel liko it: Therefore. I, Edgar Wilson Nye, of the county of Richmond, nnd stuto of New York, do hereby constitute nnd set aside the Thursday following the publication of this proclamation ns a day of general joy and thanksgiving throughout tho land. Tho year lust past has been ono of almost unexampled prosperity from the subscriber's standpoint, and Thanksgiving proclamations are generally written by a mnn who is feeling pretty comfortable himself. The year has indeed been real prosperous. Our growth throughout the length and breadth of the land has been phenomenal, and iu some cases reprehensible. If padding had been ns high before the census was taken as it is now many United States cities would have been eyether much depressed iu figures or hopelessly in debt. Another cause for congratulation is that for a fow mouths New York has not been ashamed of her babies, bringing jout mauy from concealment nnd counting the nose3 of nations yet unborn. Over nnd' iibovo all, wo congratulate everybody nnd shake hands with voters nnd ourselves becauso the election is over. The loud smelling torch and candidate have been laid aside till another time, hud the campaign lie, with a large, irregular nailhole in it, is in the hell box of the country paper. There are many causes for personal The gratulation and congratulation. stout lady who had a room above mine nt tho boarding house, and who was jumping the rope in order to reduce her weight, has decided that it is not benefiting her and lias ceased. Wo aro having a new ceilingpnton my room. Also to the roof of my head. I do not find largo pieces of plaster in my bed in tho morning, and soon I can take off tho piece I have on my nose But the clearing np of tho political atmosphere is the chief cans? for uatioii"l joy, nnd the greatest. Why. by the way, should we have elections bo frequently? If they were two or three times us far apart wo conl.l alncwt nlVor.l to let congress pass any hill it want.-to, nnd wo could meet it with onr savings from gin and kerosen.- - A.i to whom does the great shore! KvM of campaign funds go? Does it g. to the clmrch or the state, the wiilo .v or the orphan, the honest iiiilnstrion- or afflicted? Nay, beautiful rea lor with the violet breath, nay. soft voiced reader with tl sealskin shouhhrs the high. on your wrap, the grand old ocean of campaign funds ntcala not up to lave the feet of the starving, or cool tho brow of It quenches not the thirst the invalid of the dying mid it noftens not the bed of Buffering The campaign fund lubricates the wheels of swift rolling jobs. It prints and distribute tracts, which nobody reads. It bujy tae service. of uninusic-al- ' bands. wii3i' notes are protested on every corner, and the juice of who&nlto horns is flavored with the demon jTWKi. It buys coal oil which seeks to outsttiuch the record of the candidate It buys oratory which would make the auditorium or perdition hiss. Mid create a coolness even among the hands in the engine room of Satan's great espjsition. It buys speeches that wonld empty n union depot, .R'eehes that wonld stop a dock, speeche that wonld remove superfluous hair, KpeechiM i . .t would cut holes in a steak, speeciis t i it would remove warts, speeches tliat would scour knives, set saws, remove verdigris, grenso stains, moth patches, freckle. or wooden buildings. Then the great balance goes down the parched throat of men who have no money or physical strength or brains to throw away, but who improve (Ms opportunity to raise blood blisters on their souls, and drift away from their - banjos into the dark shadows of doubt-- ' fnl primaries and rum soaked rallies. Some day while congress is not too "busy, and while feeling comfortable, 1 wish that a law or joint resolution I Kuess a joint resolution would be best which would extend tho term of office of 1 1 i.iti-HiTt- n : any other country: and Wliereas, No serious plugne or famine o war has laid waste tho fair face of the republic: and Whereas, The wages of a crew of nearly thirty men working in a button factory in Vineland, N. .1., have been advanced 15 per cent, ad valorem since the passage of tho McKinley bill; and Whereas, Now times begin to brighten up all over onr land ns n result of the payment of my election bets: and Whereas, The man who waa on the stump a few weeks ago, and now in tho pottages, has ceased to state that we are now upon the ovo of one of tho moat important elections in tho history of this or Bancroft, tho historian, was at ouo time minister to Germany. Jnmes Gordon Bennett is tho most exd pert driver of n in the world. Mr. Moody, tho evangelist, is growing much stouter than ho was, and a good deal of silver Ini3 crept into his hair. Way Lee, n Chinaman who is said to bo related to tho emperor of China, lias opened n restaurant in Jacksonville, Fla. Chairman James Mitchell, of tho New York Stock Exchange, is described ns hnvingn.Iay Gould board and a Carl Schurz figure. Edward Payson Weston, tho onco famous pedestrian, is 01 years of age, but ho regards n fifty mile walk of little importance. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, left Yale college in 1849 to jolu tho Argonauts. Ho believes that tho gold hunters have seen their best day. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler takes great prido in his large collection of curios. They aro mostly arranged in glass cases iu his lnrgo billiard hall. W. II. Dobson, of Hnvro do Grace, Md., has n record of 520 ducks killed in ono day. This feat ho performed in 1884, nnd it has never been equaled. Mr. Gladstone does not smoke, and dislikes tobacco iu every form. He lias n profound contempt for Binnrt attire and-profound disliko for now clothes. Justico Brewer, of tho United Stntes cupreme court, woro a long beard when ho first went to Washington, but now appears on tho bench with n, smooth face. Mr. Chauncey M. Depew, bo tho tell, gives every year threo or four Yalo scholarships to deserving young men whom ho chances to moot or hear about. William Lloyd Garrison, son of the great agitator, is very wealthy, having amassed money from tho wool business. Ho is literary iu his tastes. Bruco's son is named Roscoo Conkling Bruce, nnd is the proud possessor of a silver cup, knife, fork nnd spoon given to liim by tho Into senator. John D. Rockefeller, of tho Standard Oil company, enn almost seo his income grow. It is said to bo $0,000,000 n year, or 08-- an hour, night nnd dny, every day throughout tho year. four-in-hangos-sipe- rs anti-slaver- y mm UF THE it SEA Be sure and see OUR HOL A Glimpse of For all kinds of Folks-Lit- tle At all kinds of Prices-Gre- at Fairy Land ! Appropriate Gifts ! A largo stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles Gold Pens, Silverware, Tableware, Novelties Plush Goods, Bronze Goods, Cln'nawaro, Glassware, Toys of all kinds, Dolls in endless variety, Fruits, Candies and Fancy Groceries. Our low prices make these Beautiful Goods all bargains. In addition we will allow every purchaser of One Dollar or over, to make a uess nt the number sealed in an envelope in our Show window, not over four figures will be used, the first person guessing the right number or the one nearest to it will receive either a Ladies' or Gent's Gold Filled Watch, or a Sewing Machine, as they may hclect. Envelope will be opened on January 1st, 1801, in the presence of reliable witnesses, and the guesses will be examined and the Gift awarded to the successful person. Be sure and remember the place nt or Big ! or Small ! We are pleasing them all I ! IE1- - 3ST. Double Store Room, icphtty's CLOVERPOKT, KY. Grand Opening Day, Tuesday Even'g, Dec. 9, 1890. V oVC W In Shoes e Beat the World. stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices fM AMAH! An immense Qwff A CRISP CONDENSATIONS. Ono police court in Now York in three hours disposed of 120 cases an averago of a minute nnd n half to each case. A snuff box containing throo gold rings was unearthed in tho excavation for nn annex to tho Niles works nt Hamilton, O. A Pullman palaco car recently passed from St. Louis to New York which was chartered especially for tho transportation of two valuable dogs. Tho fashion for men to wear wedding rings is greatly on tho increaso in England. Heretofore tho English havo professed to consider it an affectation. Tho Fishing society, of Denmark, having offered a reward for every seal killed, the extermination of theso animals in Danish waters is only n question of time. Tho latest statistics bIiow that there aro 71,287 lepers in Bengal, 13,914 in Madras nnd 13,843 hi Bombay. Tho lepers iu tho native states are not included in theso totals. An organization modeled after tho American Chautauqua Literary nnd Scientific circle has been organized in Great Britain under tho uamo of tho National Homo Reading union. French surveyors havo discovered northwest of Suez the bed of nn undent canal running for miles iu tho direction of tho Red sea, which it seems to havo connected with the Mediterranean. In nn ancient town in tho Crimen, u plutinn coin has been found bearing tho imago of Antiochusof Syria, who died B. 0. 104. Tho coin is tho only ono of its kind known to exist, nnd for this reason its valuo is inestimable Tepe-Kennen- o, for Men, Boys, Women, Girls Large Assortment of linen Collars and Cuffs and Misses. It is much easier and more satisfactory to you as well as ourself to tell you about this stock than it is to write about it. Seeing is believing, so if its SHOES you want come to our store and we'll convince you that what we advertise is true. WITT & MEADOR Full Line of ZSeuxcLirLsTovLXgr, ZEQsr. 83 o :e: :6i o: HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS, MUFFLERS, Etc. NOVELTIES IN WINDSORS The most complete line of IP ;o; LXi 11 RAILWAY BREVITIES. my Fim CCAT. am also glad that I havo succeeded in obtainiug literary recognition abroad, having lieen complimented recently by II. R. II. the Prince of Wales by letter for the strength nnd beauty of my "Lines Written on a Tattooed Girl.'" He sayf ho likes them for their sterling worth, nnd Bays they havo been adopted by several very attractive English girls among his acquaintances, somo in bluo ink nnd others in shrimp pink. The princo writes mo that should any other girls in England adopt tho linos lie will let mo know. Now, therefore, bo it remombercd that on the day nnd dato nbjvo named, nt tho residences of thoso to whom these presents may come, and in such manner ns may seem most fitting nnd proper, full nennifsion is hereby given to celebrate the day as to best s'aow an appreciation of the blessings showered upon ns in tho past and to express the hopo that tho future will bo even moro abundant. I cannot close this proclamation without expressing thus publicly on behalf of the American people tho thanks of tho nation, coupled with my own of course, to the president of tho United States for various furors shown and for cigars left at this office. My brother was running for office in Minneapolis, and so I gave thorn to him. &Ho writes me that outside of the jtiglith ward he does not think tho cigars nui mm any noticeablo linrm. Tho exercises of tho day may bo so ar ranged as to best subserve the interests of thoso who may read this. Meals of course will bo served at each homo according to lis own customs, nnd nothing whatever iu this proclamation shall be so construed as to jerk dinner out of tho middle of tho day nnd put it into the shank of tho evening. Dono nt ray place, duo east of Constable's Hook, this 20th day of November, in tho Eighteen Hundred nnd Ninetieth year of our Lord nnd of tho Indcpendenco of tho United States the Ono Hundred nnd Fourteenth. I Railway constructors agreo now that tho speed limit of the steam locomotive hns been about reached. A union passenger depot will be erected in St. Louis. It will cost $1,000,000 and will be ono of tho largest in tho world. In 1703 n stage coach went from York to London, England, in four days. In 1890 u railroad makes tho jouruoy in five hours nnd forty-tw- o minutes. Third class travel last year contributed '20.300.000 of the 27,872,000 of railway earnings in England, and 032,400.000 out or tho 775.180,000 passengers carried. The Pennsylvania railroad at Jersey City is changing a two line track to n four" line track, the latter to rest on nn elevated structure partly of masonry nnd many feet above tho original roadbed, without interfering with traffic. Tho minister of foreign affairs from Ecuador to the United States says of tho international railway project: "My government appreciates tho importance of snch n work nnd is of tho opinion tlint tho South American government will derive tli3 most benefit from it." Tho Fort Worth Gazotto says relative to tho Dallas-For- t Worth rapid transit Khenie: "It is the intention of tho company to run passenger trains only, overy hour between ttio two cities, stopping at a number of stations to bo made between Dallas nnd Fort Worth. No freight trains will bo run nor freight earned; it will bo purely a rapid i passenger road.'' Cullt'il In Time. Citizen Please tell tho coroner to come around to my house, quick. Clerk What's happened? Citizen An electric light wire is out of order and a lineman is going to climb up the polo to fix it. Good News. "Shirts" IN THE CITY. Od u3Jlt3; ul&US . New Attractions every Week. Come and view our Stock in every Department. Watch for our Is preparing to make His regular HOLIDAY DISPLAY. Annual visit to our quarters. XXl&T llii 9. water is dangerous? Tho Uiuiiioii nf IU Danger. Gngffa Now, do you really think ice Watch For Him AAAAAAAAAAsAAA.AAAAAAASAA ! Wiiggs Yes; in tho winter when tho ico ia thin. Mnnsey's Weekly. Wmitud to lie Fusli lonuble. liy 1 F 'INt 9 1 He is coming in splendid shape this time, loaded down to the guards with many Handsome and l Beautiful Presents for young and old. Lender of Regulators (to piisonor) Now, us yon only stolu n cow, wo h;io decided to givo you u flogging instead of hanging you. PrisonerWell, mister, I only got one favor to nsk. Leader Speak her out. A Oliuntly Joke. Prisoner My folks- - uro pretty tony iu De Mascus I hear poor Whito is lying tho east, mid if you'll just lay it on so nt the point of death. St. Agedoro Lying, eh? Well, well, that the stripes run diagonal I'll kinder the ruling passion strong iu deat.li, you keep in with tho tyh. Tea ia Slf tings. know, St. Joseph Nows. Unllkolj-- . llrllllunt SucceM. Is Brown a successful busiNot Ainyr-- 1 often wonder, Mr. Oldhoy, why ono so popular 114 yon nro has nuver I JNO. D. BABE AGE, Headquarters for Santa Claus. 0LOVERPORT, KY. zeekt 'Ae&iealw Dictated. Letter stenographed and Johnson been married. WITH LATEST IMPROUEMENIS ness mail? Oldboy-W- ell, Miss Amy, I think J Branson Well, I should think sol Solo dv Furniture, OARPrr and' Hardware Thnt mnn must bo at least $100,000 In must huve an iunnto objection to mar DIALERS CVERrWHERC OR WILL DC SENT Of riage, Iu fact, I must huvu been born a SWItPIR Oo. QfiAno Rapios, Mich. debt. Light. PRIOC 3 00 bachelor. Light. ill ill MiiniiiliiMMULj5 i. f tbJETj Vf BMs!ir'tr - Tg&grc Hr! rer t- i 'tStS nr-- - rail SdF THE FARMER'S FRIENDS. HORSE SENSE. f Lrttom AM UNPARALLELED OFFER EVERY FAMILY CAN NOW HAVE ONE OF THESE INVALUABLE BOOKS. Ilia Aioraco 1'itrnifr Mny Driur from the Horse Show. THESE ARE PAY THE FRIENDS THAT OFF MORTGAGES. Tho Rural New Yorker has this to say about tho horso fair that was held in New-Yor- city: We AlluiV to Well red, Well Ilred nnd Well Marketed Live Stock Illtntrnllon of a Yorkshire Coaching Mare ami I'onl. llrredllig Upunrd. WEBSTER'S This Dictionary Contains EVERY WORD ' ORIGINAL EDITION. Sizi:, 8K x ioj4 Inchus. THIS EDITION CONTAINS -- DICTIONARY. That Noah Webster Ever Defined, and 10,000 Additional Words 4 In England Bome ofi the finest Clevecouio. from Yorkshire. The Yorkshire coaching stock is in demand at homo and" abroad. In Paris, the city of superb horses, it is much sought after. land bay horses Inches Thick. Of Synonyms and An- DICTIONKRV ton) m K 1708 Pages, 1500 Illustrations. Ad Appendix of Of Illqsraplitcs, heroes and heroines oilprose and poetry. DICTIONnRY K Of Xcms DIOTIONRRV YORKSHIRE COACHING MARE. lt Plumi. Jt ICTIONKRV Of Mythology. K DICTIONKRV 10,000 Words. II Alio Contain. Of Musical Terms. K DICTIONKRV Of familiar Allusions. K LEXICON Of Foreign Phrases. Tho illustration shows n very hand-soinYorkshire coaching mare and foal. She ia an English prize winner. This mare is at onco strong, symmetrical and graceful, full of Ore, yet gentle and intelligent. Under tho strain of blood introduced by animals liko tlto Yorkshire mare American coaching stock is rapidly improving Winter C.iro of Sheep. Sheep in tho pen will sometimes lose their wool in largo quantities and the cause remain a deep mystery to the Thi3 comes from various owner causes, nnd an investigation of the condition of tho sheep will be necessary to ascertain tho difficulty. Sometimes if sheep havo been in n poor condition and are thriving quickly tho change will cause the wool to fall out in quantities. Again, if sheep are infested with vermin, rot, pelt rot or scab, they will lose their wool tapidly. For pelt rot and scab thcro aio various ointments recomIf the sheep losing wool mended. should be dipped ns early as possible a new growth will bo encouraged on the bare places, and will perhaps prevent further falling off iu other places. Vermin and scab aro liable to get on the sheep at this time of tho year any way, and a great deal of care is required to prevent such diseases. Sheep are very peculiar as to their tastes and the kind of food they eat, and they will never eat unsuitable food unless it is the only alternative. If hunger and starvation staro them in the face they will take up with almost anything, but they will never grow rapidly or take on much llesh under such unfavorable conditions. The feeder should cater to their desires, especially during the unpleasant weather of fall and winter, when the sheep cannot select for themselves. The most successful eastern sheep feeders adopt the plan of feeding at least threo times a day, and feeding only such food as tho sheep will eat up clean. Too liberal feeding is a mistake in several ways There is a great deal of waste attendant on it, nnd tho sheep do A not profit by an overabundance. small rack should bo kept near tho sheep for hay, and fresh hay should be put in it two or threo times during the day. See that the quantity is just enough to satisfy the wants of the sheep until the next feeding hour. Hay in tho morning without grain, fodder at noon and some grain and hay for the evening meal is tho best diet. Such regularity of feeding, supplemented by regularity of water, will keep a flock in good condition th.ough the winter and prepare them for rapid spring growth. A word or two may be said about roots for sheep. A good fattening fodder for sheep must not bo too watery, and hence n to liberal supply of roots is not beneficial A small quantity of roots is good for the sheep, and especially potatoes, which furnish a better ration between water and dry matter than otherwise to be obtained. Roots are not only very watery, but ensilage also, and too much of either one is not very good for tho sheep. Yet in England tho turnip plays an important part in making mutton. It is not often, however, that one sees the flocks injured by too liberal a use of roots for feed, but on tho contrary they are not fed enough roots. The best advico is to use judgment in using roots and ensilage, and bo euro that tho ration between such watery food and tho inoro solid foods of grain and hay is kept up. E. P. Smith in American Cultivator. ClirUtmiu Turkej. Turkeys will soon bo in demand for Christmas, and tho fanner who has been carofully caring for his flock of bronze tin koi s should profit by it. Tho aver-agfamily is better pleased with a turkey which will, with tho many other table offerings spread for Christmas dinners, morcly servo that meal and not more than one or two others, than one which will have to bo brought on the table for every meal for a week to clean it up. Just take a look at tho turkeys being carried homo a few days before tho holidays, mid you will seo that the bulk of them are tho medium sized birds. Extra weights aro only for show and largo dinners. Field and Farm. o Nine Special K DICTIONKRV anes, Of Abbreviations. We hae thus much the same ground as the Supplementary matter In the latent cot-ere- d Protected by Copyright. and not found In any other Dictionary. In 00 edition Member of the Amei lean Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, ellow of the American tcademy of Arts and Sciences of Massachu setts; Member of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow of the Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries in Copenhagen; Member of the Connecticut Historical Society; Corresponding Member of the llistorual Societies in Massachusetts, AVw York and Geoigia; of the Auidemy of Medicine tit Philadelphia and of the Columbian Institute in Washington; and Honorary Member of Michigan Historical Society BY NOKH WEBSTER, LL. O. General Subjects of This II. OCloffk. ol English Words. Deduced Irom an Examination and Comparison ol Words ol Corresponding Elements in Twenty Languages ol Asia and Europe. The True Orthography ol Words, as Corrected by Their Etymologies. Exhibited and Made Oblaus by the Division ol Wards into Syllables, by AseeitJation. by Marking tne Siunds ol the Accented Vow els. When Necessary, or by General Rules. and Discriminating Definitions, Illustrated. When Doubtlul or Obscure, by Examples ol Their Use. Selected from Respectable Authors, or by Familiar Phrases ol Undisputed Authority. Revised anil Enlarged by CHMICEY A. GOODRICH, Professor in Yale College. Special--AttentioIS CALLED n TO THE THE SUPERIORITY OTHER IN THE OF THIS DICTIONARY OVER REPRINT MARKET. EDITIONS Not only is it More Complete, containing found NINE in Distinct and Valuable Features not other, but the Clear any White Paper, and Strong, Heavy, Durable Binding is in marked contrast with the dirty, brittle wood pulp paper and flimsy ing ol bind- the cheaper editions heretofore offered. What the Nezu York World says: "It is printed from zinc plates, splendidly bound, much better bound than any dictionary that has ever been offered to the public at any price, for it has the sewing and a flexible back." Oxford-Teachers'-Biblc ir A ZZ I appealed most powerfully to tho fashionable people, who demand showy and speedy animals, nnd are prepared to pay almost any prico for them. Tho lessons to bo learned by tho avcago farmer at such a show nro few, but they are none tho less important. These fashionable horses top tho market in price, and when they are good are as staple articles of commerco as wheat or pork. A stylish roadster or roach horso of good style and color will never go begging for a customer. Tho average farmer cannot hope to breod Nelsons or Axtells; that costa too much money, and must bo left to the wealthj breeders, who havo every facili ty for breeding and training the best ond who can nfford to give away nine poor horses for tho profit of breeding! the one first class animal. But the farmer can afford to raisogood coach or carriage horses just as well as he can afford to raise nondescript animals that naturally find their way to the. street cars, with tho certainty of finally being driven from that work by tho electric motor. Tho breeders who exhibited at this show all agrco that the business of breeding and training fine horses grows better with each .year. Sales of trotting stock for breeding purposes nro largely determined by "records." As ono family or strain increases the number of its members in tho, "2:20 class," or under tho demand for that "blood" increases. Just now, for example, Nelson's great performance has attracted attention to his breeding and ancestors, nnd it will doubtless change tho plans of many breeders, and create a demand for animals which otherwise would hardly be noticed by tho "experts." All this is the most necessary sort of business for the breeder, nnd while of less importanco to tho farmer it is, nevertheless, important that ho should know what he is breeding his mares to. A study of pedigrees and performances will help him just ns a knowledgo of the good qualities of several bulls will bo of service to him in breeding up a herd of good cows. Special attention, tho breeders said, should bo given to the mare, and unless she is large, strong and solid they would 6cek for vigor and strength rather than speed in the stallion. In fact, endurance, good nature nnd a popular color will provo more valuable than great speed without any of theso qualities. There is a great demnnd for good hunters and jumping horses. So long as rich people will organize so called "hunts" after foxes or nnisesecd bags theio will be n demand for good saddle horses that can clear a fenco or brook with ease. Who is better qu tlificd to meet this demand than tho farmer whose pastures nro on hillsides, and whose rough land will not provide a living for slow moving, heavy horses? Hackney horses are also in good demand. Theso "chunky" and handsomo animals aro wanted by tho riders who liko to show themselves off in tho parks Many good hackney stallions aro being sent to this country from England. If there is one in your neighborhood, and you havensound, active, "blocky" maro, it will pay you to breed her to him. Thero is every chance thut tho colt will be salable at a good price. Another chance for making money is in breeding Shetland ponies. Thoro is u great demand for theso littlo fellows. Try to buy one and seo how difficult it is to get what you want They are tough and hardy, easier to keep than mules and will do more farm work in proportion to their size than any other farm animnls There are several stock farms in the country where they are kept exclusively, d ing all the farm work, from plowing to haying, and doing it well There is three times the money iu breeding two good ponies that there is in breeding one car horse, and the cost is about tho same The Exmore ponies are also in good demand. They nro somewhat larger than the Shetlands. but are strong, active and rugged Mixed Farming. Ono small colony of eight Michigan It was for tho "400;" that is to say, it J. W. OWEN. DRUGS Qi$&r$ z f ToLkcco, Holiday Goods. Fine Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. SPECTACLES, Everything in the Drug Line. Prescriptions put up at all hours accurately. Great Slaughter of GOOD H,Nr XI OUR SPECIAL OFFER The "Breckenridge News" one year and a Diction- farmers near Ypsilanti went to Dakota eight years ago with not over threo or four head of cows among them. They can now count up over 400 head of cat-tland horses which thoy havo raised and which figure as profit. They have lived through the toughest of the prairie privations, and now seo the way out by tho yearly increase in tho flocks of sheep, cattle and horses. Exchange. Point, of lutere.t. Rusk proposes to give particular attention to tho poultry interests of the couutry. For tho present they will be placed in special charge of the dairy division of the depaitment of agriculture. The judges at the poultry show in New York city in February next will be appointed with great care. Tho most capable expeits in each breed of poultry aro brought to the exhibit and asked for their judgment on each bird of their special breeds. The points will be noted ry the oxpert in a book. Then tho best, specimens of each breed will be selected and all of thorn together carofully compared, according to the points the expert has set down in his book. Tills seems the nearest to accuracy of any method yot devised. If southern farmers would pay more attention to poultry raising in winter thoy would havo an uctive market for their products and good prices, while poultry and eggs in the north would not rise to a prico almost out of reach of ordinary people in cold weather. It costs more to raise chickens in the north in winter than iu summer, and tho price of eggs soars into the empyrean accordingly. Wo ought to have an abundant supply of eggs the year around in this country of varied climate. Will not southern agriculturists turn their attention more generally to eggs and poultry? Johnny'. lixptanatlon. Mother 1 heard tho queerest noise la9t night, but couldn't find out what it was. Littlo Johnny It was me, mamma. 1 fell asleep. Mother Wba? Littlo Johnny While 1 was asleep I fell out o bed. Street & Smith's Good News. Secretary 111. The entire stock of goods of the late firm, of ADKISSON & LYDDAN, will be sold regardless of cost, for Cash or Country Produce. Now h the time to lay in your Winter Supplies, at prices that have never been made to you before. Our Motto : ary for the small sum of $3.00. sending us a club of ten names and $10.00 we will send a Dictionary postage paid free. To the person Highest Prices for Produce and Lowest Prices for Goods. This is a splendid opportunity to secure a Dictionary, either in connection with the NEWS at only a small advance above the subscription price, or as a premium for ten yearly subscribers. Go to It would be useless to try to detail the numerous Bargains on our counters. Come and see for yourself, and you will be made happy by doing so. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, r work now and get up your clubs. Read the above advertisement carefully and note what Sample the New York World says of the edition. copies of the Dictionary can be found at our office. Meat by Way of New Orteuui. Tho beef raisers of tho southwest are to mako tho experiment of shipping their product to England by way of New Orleans, instead of sending it ovorland to Chicago, Now York and Boston. A dressed beef company at Fort Worth, Tex., Iia8 anauged with an ico compauy at New Orleans and a trading association in Eondon for tho refrigeration and shipment in largo steamships To England of COO tons of dressed beef Tho saving in freight to Now Orleans, in comparison with tho overland route of 2,200 miles, will bo $12 per ton. Field and Farm semi-monthl- Caps and Clothing! WilJ be made an interesting feature in this grat sale. In addition to the goods men tioned, we have added a complete line of General everything kept in a First-clas- s Store, which will be sold at prices that will 4 t JNO. D. BABBAGE. . Editor and IPubliHhei, V.. 'Vv o:tot7"e.:e3:f:ek ?:". Abicnt Minded. Tho Professor 'at tho dinner table Oh, by tho way, Mrs. Chopsticks, have you seen your little boy Willio lately? Mrs. Chopsticks No, professor, I have not been him sinco 10 o'clock, and 1 can't imagine what has bocomo of him. In fact I am very much worried about him. Professor Well, seeing Martha pour mo out that glass of water just nbw reminded mo of something that I had on my mind to tell you soino timo ago, but which unfortunately escaped my mind. It was just about 10 o'clock, I think that I saw littlo Willie full down tho well. Boston Courier. entirely defy competition. Respectfully, 4 Judgment Wa. Warned. She John? What do you think of this lace. GEO. -- i VinglOU, TtK U (a iarlMarlni7lv bountiful. TTo How much more exquisito it ia than the kinds you used to buyl-Mu- n-1 Bey'o Weekly. lie How much did it cost? RhnTnn rent n. vnrd. W. NEWMAN & BRO. Tfv , 'NoV. IV, 1890. Jy ps2?s ) m wa rfJfe ffi1.T w R Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts promptly on tho Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of ita kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in ita action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it Die most popular remedy known. Syrup ot Figs is for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any c.no who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC lomsviiiE, Kt. ), CAL. hew roitK, f.r. There are several weddings on the tapis in tho West End. Mr. Edwin Hambleton; of Sorghotown, camo up last week to see his brother, Mr. M. Hambleton, before Ids departure for California. Miss Mnggic, tho charming daughter of Capt. Birkctt, of Cannelton, Ind., camo up last Saturday to spend tho day with her father. Mr. M. Hambleton and wife left on tho packet this, rooming for Baning, Califomia,.whero ho goes for his health. He will be absent six months. Tiic employes of the machine shops and engineers have organized a club, and rented the rooms over tho old Bank building for their headquarters. M. Hamman is putting up another dwelling on his lot in the West End. It will bo occupied by Mr. Ferry, Master Mechanic of the machine shops. Mr. D. C. Hnrndon, of the Blue Grass Farm, Mopes, Dakota, writes to have his paper changed from Mapes to Boston, Mass., where ho will spend the winter. J. T. F. Owen, Logan Pate, Will Beard, Robt. Rhodes, J. D. Becler, Tico Jolly, Win. Jones and James Seaton were passengers on the train Monday for Louisville. Evans-villMr. F. Seifricd came up from Ind., last week to look after his unsettled business here. Says he is well pleased with his new home, and his health is very much improved. Cards arc out announcing tho marriage of Miss Settio May to Mr. J. Scott Vance in this city Thursday, December 18th, at half past seven o'clock. One hundred and twenty invitations have e, A SAD ACCIDENT. M I I I I I I i I III I I I I I I I I I I I I M "I 11 I M l.l.l TjJJj I I I I I I I I psS4433314313 - S- 45 - '1,&'SS5S' J. G. Brashear, a Prominent Citizen of Stophensport, Loses his Life at Glondeane. Mr. j. C. Brashear, one of the prominent citizens of Stephenspoit, and a man Mr. well known throughout tho county, was killed suddenly last Wednesday, near Glendcane. The circumstances of tho way in which lie came by his death were exceedingly unfortunate, and the nows was quite n shock ti his friends throughout the county. Mr. Brashear was engaged in tho timber business, superintending a mill for Measrs. W. V. McCracken & Co., near Glehdeane. Mr. Brashear left his mill about 12 o'clock and was on his way to dinner. Some of his men wero cutting down a tree near the road and he started over to where they wero Jo givo them some orders. When he got close to where the men wero at work, the treo thoy had been cutting began to fall and the men called to Mr. Brashear to look out. Just at that moment Mr. Brashear looked up, and as he raised his head a limb of the tree struck him full in the forehead. The blow felled him to the ground, rendering him insensible instantly. Tho mill hands immediately went to his assistance and rendered him all the nid they could, but they could do little for him. Ho was removed to the residenco of Mr, David Moorman, near by, and medical aid dispatched for. Dr. Dempster soon arrived, but Mr. Brashear's life was beyond hope. Ho lived only about threo hours from the time he received the fatal blow. His wife was telegraphed for at Steph-enspo- rt as soon as tho accident but she did not reacli her husband until after ho had expired. His wife, who is an estimable lady, has tho sympathy of her host of friends in this community in this her sore trial of grief. Mr. Brashear was an exemplary business man and his loss will be felt in the community in which he lived and by his employes In particular. Mr. Brashear was about 50 years of age. He carried an accident policy of $4,000 on his life. His remains were taken to Steph-enspoon Thursday. The funeral services were held at the M. E. church and conducted by Rev. Mr. Goodson, his former pastor, in tho presence of a largo concourse of relatives and friends. liap-pened, rt We Will Give You A Pointer home-manufactur- ! Como and sec us and wo will give you a pointer on "clothes"' clothing Wc will show you the only genuine in tho city, and wc will tell you why it is so much better than Eastern mado clothing why it is so much cheaper than this "hoop-la- " clothing, and why it is to your interest to patronizo Como in and lot us show you through our Overcoat stock ; us. you will find an immenso collection of all imaginable styles, colors, sizes and prices, and if wc can not suit you in a "wrap," there is no uso to try anywhere else. The same holds good in our Suit stock for Men, Boys and Children, and endless variety of styles and sizes will greet you, and the prices will suit you. Goods exchanged or Every garment sold under a guarantee. "Quick sales money refunded. Attentive and polite salesmen. and small profits." DROPPED From the Clouds The Moon, Dec. 1st. 'DO. ! ay l ill ft MM "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. Messrs. Sulzer Bros., Cloverport, Ky , Earth. urjsu b X . j jjji,iu.ju ; THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i iTm iTnj I l I l I l l I I l I I I I U U UJ L I l Jl 1 1 I i M I Ul I. Presbyterian Memorial. The following memorial paper was read by lion. D. R. Murraj, one of the elden, In the presence of a large and attentive audience at the Cloverport Presbyterian church, Sabbath morning, Nov. 30, 1690. In addition, the paator, Rev. Geo. C. Overatreet, delivered a ihort lermon on "Heaven nnd Who Will be There," from John 14:2 "I go to prepare a place for you." After the lermon appropriate Muraddreaaes were delivered by Hon. J. A. ray and Kev. W. C. Brandon, pastor of the The remarks of Mr. Methodist church. Murray were largely Hems or intensely Interesting reminiscences of the history of the church from Its organisation to the present, with occasional touches or tender recollections, which the eloquent speaker, with characteristic force, presented. Interspersed with the services were rendered pleasing, sacred songs day and fervent prayers. Altogether it was a to be remembered. and occasion long This paper is not u biography of those if I been issued. Maj. Miller is making slow progress with his second well for the Soda Ash MURRAY & BARNES, encountered a very - Company. Ho has rock that has wrecked all his stubborn Hardinabnrg and Cloverport, tools so far, and it seems that he is powerKentucky. less in his attempts to get a bit that will R. N. stand the racket. Recent tests of clay found near this CLOVEM'OKT, KY. city show that we have as good an arSSrOfileo with ft. II. Murray near Post ticle for making brick and tiling as can We underoflioe. bo found in tho country. stand there Is now being formed a comEL pany for tho purpose of utilizing this clay. Ojjice over Itichardson's Hardware ttore. Geo. Jordan had his trial before Mayor Pierce yesterday for carrying concealed CLOVERPORT. KY. returned a verdict J. C. IJU.SK, W. S. TAYLOR. weapons. The jury J. It. TAYLOR, of not guilty. Mr. Jordan Bays he was AMPHITHEATRE "AUDITORIUM" & Co., L0UI8VLLLE, KY.,. DECEMBER not under the influence of whisky when 18TH, 1890. ho shot at Knight, and did it in John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnes, llardlnaburg. Attorneys a,tJ"veMILLER, Attorney at Law, Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, Breukenridge Lodge, Nov. 01. K. of. P. conferred the rank of Page on Mr. Jesse B. W. Owen and rank of Knight on Mr. Harry Pfingst at their regular meeting Monday night. This lodge is growing Office in Fisher's Drug Store in membership and interest, A public installation of officers will be held in JanCLOVERPORT, AT. uary. Geo.' W. Newman & Bro., tho new firm at Irvington, aro offering some hnrcraina in their lino of goods. They aro young men live, wide PATESVILL":, KY. awake and enterprising as tneir i sue indi- I Ill'iV.U Read it and make ita poipt to call dicates. on them when you go to Irvington. They occupy the old stand of Adkisson WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890 & Lyddan. Frederica Street, KY. DENTISTS Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, J. H.Taylor e. Henry M. Stanley. Dr. W. Paynter, Physician and Surgeon Dr. David White, Physician and Surgeon, Brrckenridge News, LOCAL BREVITIES. Tho streets are now well illuminated with gas. There aro several now honses going up at Ekron. Mr. W. G. Smart went to Louisville, Monday. Mayor Pierce held Ids regular quarterly court Monday. Mrs. Jano Carlton is visiting Mrs. A. J. Gross at Holt. A full line of staple and fancy groceries at R. E. Moorman's. Eggs bring 20 cents per dozen in tins market and aro very scarce. Madam Rumor has it that there will bo a wedding at Webster soon. R. E. Moorman will sell you groceries cheaper than any ono elso in town. Mr. F. C. Ferry went to Grand Rapids, Michigan, last week on a short visit. Born, Nov. 10th, to tho wife of J. Y. Cox, Henderson, Ky., a 13 pound girl. Mrs. L. D. Addison is visiting her cousin, Miss Annio Lyddan at Webster. Everything usually kept in a first-slagrocery can bo found at 11. E. Moorman's. Call and examine my goods and prices before buying your groceries elsowhcro R. E. Moorman. Mr. J. C. Whcelor hns removed from Clifton Mills to Louisville, where he has a splendid job of work. Miss Annio Hambleton, a charming young lady, of Sorghotown, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot. Mr. Jeff Hambleton has broke up housekeeping and will rcmovo to Henderson about the first of January. Marshal Graham has been confined to his bed for several weeks and is in a critical condition. Ho lias dropsy. fuart & Coleman have bought tho stock of goods belonging to tho assignees Lyddan at Webster. ofAdkiHson Mr. James Easton is building a dwelling on top of tho hill just In front of tho school house and overlooking tho city. I do not proposo to sell you goods at cost but will sell at such a small per centugo that it will surpriso you R. E. ss Simon 1'. Hughes, of Arkansas; S. D. McEnery, Governer of Louisiana; E. B. Turner, Judge U. S. Court; Hubbard, Minister to Japan; Marion Governorof Texas; W. t. Martin, of Arkansas; R. Miller, E. A. Ferry, Governor of Florida; W. D. of Flordia; John Bloxham, B. Gordon, Governor of Georgia ; Alex Gregg, Bishop of tho Episcopal Church and Chancellor of tho University of the South, and hundreds of other distinguished men of the United States in all professions and every department of science have had their sight restored by tho uso of Hawkes' Crystalized Lenses. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. Ex-Go- v. Distinguished Men. Governor John Ireland, of Texas; UNION STAR. M. D. S. Richardson and daughter, Miss Sallie, were in Louisville last week. Miss Lydia and Carrio Bruner, of Preston, were in town ono day last week. Mrs. Minerya Crosson recently spent two weeks in Louisville and New Albany. Mooimm Catarrh indicates impure blood, and Ato euro it, tako Hood's Sarsaparilla, which purifies tho blood. Sold by all druggists. e Kirk is the name of a now oponcd on tho L. II. & W. Railway. just Mr. Itobt. Rhodes is our first subscriber at this office Tho many friends of Hon. Rnben A. Miller will Iks pained to learn that ho is very sick with typhoid fever at his home in Owensboro. Foh SALfc A splendid vacant lot on High and Second streets, Opposite W. II. Bowmer's residence, Apply at once to A. A. LallelBt. post-offic- fw Haynes has returned after an absenco of three months. Dr. Milner's two sons, Helm and Willie came homo to eat Thanksgiving turkey. Miss Eliza Brashear is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Skillman, Cloverport. Mr. Jo. B. Severs has moved to tho country near Preston. Mrs. Jas. B. Biggs is visiting relatives in Evansville and Troy, Ind. Mr. J. F. Jenkins, of Louisville, was hero a few days last week hunting. Miss Lena Richardson has returned from RuBsellville, where hIic has been attending school. Mrs. E. B. Gardner is on the sick list at present, but we hope for a short time only. Miss Jessie Hoylo, of Cloverport, is spending a few days with her sister at Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan's. Miss Fannio Brashear, of Preston, was a guest at Mrs. C. M . McGlothlan's last week. Mrs, Nancy Hardin, of Lod'iburg, spent with her Bister, Airs, Thanksgiving Ricketts. Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy English were In town ono day last week superintending the erection of a very neat monument to their daughter, Mrs. Bcttio Lacy. Jim Thursday, December 18th, Henry M. Stanley will deliver his lecture at the Auditorium, and Kentuckians will have the opportunity of extending to him as great a welcome as tho peoplo of Massachusetts gave him at Music Hall, Boston. The most distinguished scholars and gentlemen, of not only Boston, but elsewhere, surounded him on the platform, giving high prices for badges which entitled them to the honor. On his introduction to tho assembly by Gov. Brackett, the crowd rose simultaneously with waiving handkerchiefs and ap plause. It was as much an interest to see the man Stanley, the man of iron nerve and unfaltering courage, who "has made his mark on tho ago in which ho lives," whom tho people wished to see, as to hear his lecture. Stanloy delivers his lecture in a quiet conversational, but with tho most graphic descriptions, while not attemptimg oratory. His hair is white and abundant, with a darker gray moustache. Not far off from tho platform watching with interest, sat Mrs. Stanley in a red velvet, accompanied by Lieut. Jephson, to whom she would turn and smile as Stanley spoke, in his praise. Without doubt tho Auditorium will bo crowed to its utmost, to welcome Stanloy, the man who from a Welsh poorhouso roso successively from a cabin boy to a teacher, a newspaper correspondent, a rebel soldier, union sailor, and tho man who has spent years of hardship through tho heart of Africa, and has established the Congo Frco State, an opportunity for vast civilization and commerce. In regard to what Mr. Stanloy has written in "Darkest Africa," of Major Barttolol, ho says, "ho has not ono word to retract," but had hoped that no hand would bo raised to lift tho veil from all that was painful, and simply through regard for the aged father of the dead man, has he kept silence. It is due to the Management of the Auditorium, that this opportunity is presented to hear Stanloy, and no ono should miss tho pleasure, to hear these "tales of the jungles," and tho three years journey from Sea to Sea. Gov. Brackett in presenting Mr. Stanley to tho vast audience at Music Hall, said : "In tho front rank of those who have served mankind, stands tho dis tinguished guest of tho ovening. Gifted himself with tho power of description ho has shown himself possessed of the greater power of action." Tickets for tho Stanley lecture will bo on salo at D. II. Baldwin A Co's., 230 4th Avenue, prices from $1, $2, 2.50, whilo in tho Northern cities they have been $3. All orders accompanied by check or P. O. Order, will be carefully filled. good men who have "stood at the fore" inin thin church, but is meant as an bearing truth in its lines, on scription, the tablet to their memory, which many of us, at least, have erected in our hearts. "Whatever the enemies of the religion of Jesus Christ may have said in opposition, none have been found to say that there is other better at the hour of death. Thoy have proclaimed it a myth, but none have given us a better religion to comfort us when wc walk through lin vnllov of tho shadow of death." in life, and They have said it is uselt-sthnt death means, and is, annihilation , but no ono has given a better creed to guido us through lifo to that hour when "the darkness comes." They say our religion is a myth, but thoy fail to givo us a key to the mystery of life or the mysa tery of death. Evidently Not Twlui. Jennie (looking at n picture) "Ob, who Is tho pretty girl? Kate That's ray sister who was married three years ago. Jennie (after a careful examination) Well, you don't look a bit alike, do yon? Washington Star. to Lord Jesus Christ was stay the men, of whom I write, in life and to comfort them in death aye, to give them perfect pence in the hour of passing away, and they faltered not, neither were they afraid when the summons camo. They wero witnesses for Christ, and their deaths was irrefutable evidenco of the faith. Not ono of them died but that rejoiced in their faith and were resigned to the call, and e'en yet tho reverberations of their notes of triumph may be heard ringing in tho memories of those who saw and heard them "leave the snore, and "just at the bordor line" we can remember that we almost caught the joy ful "welcomo homo" on tho other shore. We read in the countenance and felt as if tho "wings of love wero about us" and that the arms of protection were about them and that "all was well." "Lo and behold I am with you alway." "Whatever wo may bo in life, no ono of us would have it better than to dio as thoy died. They knew that they were saved, and that Christ was To tho memory of theso men this serv-ic- o is given, that by holding them up In memoriam we may glorify God and find profit in serving the I.ord. This little church, if poor in all else, is rich in tho legacy of tho evidence borne for Christ by the fathers of the church whose names aro upon its roll of membership. Tho church militant may bo weak, but its church triumphant is btrong; a little child hero, but there re- -' joicing in thastrength of tho Lord. I wonder if, in tho "realms of light," any voices are louder in praiso of "Him who died for Blnnera," or any notes of more joyful or triumphant in "Moses and tho Lamb," than tho voices of those who liavo been cathered Irom this little flock, or tho notes in song of those learned of Christ before this sacred desk. Listen and see if wo cannot catch, as wo aro gathered here in their memory, some refrain of praiso or song pf joy from around the tlirono of God. Do thoy rejoice with us in praimngtho Lamb? Though no sound can reach us from can riso that abode, yet in spirit-wearthly joys and sing our songs of above praiso, and perhaps somewhere at the lino between things earthly and things honvonlv. tho strains from their songs and from ourB may unite in ono song of praise and lloat up before tho great White Throne. Tho first elders of this church were C; lloth K. Chapln and Marcus Allen. lived and died in tho faith. Of them 1 cannot writo because I do not remember them, only Mr. Allen indistinctly. Of Absolutely Pure. cannot givo poreonallmpreaslons. A cream of tartar baking powder. thorn I Of him whoso name was among tho Highest of all In leavening strength. first enrolled upon the liooks of this U.S. Government Retort, Aug. 17, 1880. the-son- Suffice it to say here, in refutal of all such arguments, that this religion of the church, and who loved it and cherished it until lie was called away, a son's pen Ever, Yours will have done its duty by writing of him, that he fought the good fight, that SANTA GLAUS. lie kept the faith, and that no one ever passed from dentil to lifo in greater tri umph or more sublime faith Col. David It. Murray was bom on the 17th day of March, 1700, and died on the 28th day of May, 1871, and as the record of the church says, "lie died in the full hope of a blessed immortality through faith in tho Lord Jesus Christ." I love the quaint expression, "gifted J "ya-y y? v in prayer," and such was Joseph ri2Ar v"-fc- n that devoted man of God who went in and out before this peoplo blameless in walk ami conversation and ! ripe in the faith. His prayers yet linger in our memory, so full wero they of unwavering faith, humble supplication, fervor and zeal for the Lord and the salJ vation of souls, and breathed out in such earnest, forcible and expressive lanYon will find guage. This father in Israel departed this life on the IGtli day of December, 1884. The spirit of his godly life yet overshadows this church and lingers about his vacant place here to encourage us who remain. Of William S. Allen, who died on the Of all kinds and Prices. flth day of May, 1800, who docs not remember his meek, trusting, faithful and loving life! He had grown in faith to tho stature of manhood. Quiet in deANNOUNCEMENT. meanor, yet, like the ocean, deep, his (Hole Roller Mill it now complcto und The Of Every Description. faith and love was not disturbed or disready to do business for the public. Ordera for aBjlhlrig io our line promptly filled and quieted, but in the innermost depths of custom work attended to on short notice. his nature and heart he was placid, true PUMPS, Come ind seo ur. and full of faith and love. He loved and HOOK, MILLER A CO., CROSS-CU- T SAWS, served his God and has gone home. llardinaburg, Ky. Death on the 0th day of November, 1800, again visited the ranks of the elderGltA TES, ship, and there fell the wise counselor MANTLES and faithful servant. Kinds. To liim wo turned for advice ; to him we all looked for counsel ; to him was Agent for Henry Diston & Son, entrusted questions arising needing Saws. Belting, &c, &c. sound judgment and equitable adjustIron Roofing for Sale or put on ment. He never faltered in tho performance the building. Also you can get Toilet Articles, Tourists Outfits, of duty and was always ready to do it. anything made in the Tin, Copper Few men, indeed, there are whose life's TOOTH BRUSHES, burdens were borne with more patience and Sheet Iron line. and who wero more ready and prepared Guns and Pistols repaired. to meet the judgment than Thomas F. Satterfield. lie died in peace and in SPECTACLES, perfect confidence. His Savior was L. His rest is with God. CLOVERPORT, KY. In late years oneawhose gray hairs were honorable passed from the membership here to the membership, in heaven. Ho was not connected with the official board, but ho was loved, honored nnd respected, and his familiar face in his seat in this church rises before me as I read this. Ho was faithful and died unshaken in the faith. Of them all I tako my pen and write : "Ileing justified by faith they- have peaco with God through our T.ord Jesus Please notify the Public that I shall hold High Carnival at your Establishment during the month of December, and if my stock holds out it will be necessary for all the good Hoys and Girls to have unusually large Stockings hung up on Christmas Eve. as t n, -- - "j Old Stand - By's HOUSE. Notice W. H, HERVEY STOVES HARDWARE The Plumber and Natural Gas man has removed his shop to Pierce's Warehouse on the river front, and can be found there from this date. FLUE TILING, $ . Ofall DffiS Combs, Hair Brushes, J. MILLER, PRESCRIPTIONS Christ." Died. Near Pock Vale, Ky., Nov. L'2d, 1800 Mr. John H. Taboling. Mr. Tabeling was a quiet law abiding citizen and will be greatly missed in his community. Ho was called His illness was short. away in tho prime of lifo, leaving a wife and son, with amultitudeof other friends to mourn his loss. Ho was buried with tho departed friends of his wife, near Pisgah church. May God help tho widow and friends to bear tho burden of grief so suddenly cast upon them. T. M. Pates. S3 CD in HI The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness ut subsoil prices can be found ut When the Heart is Affected Ily Rheumatism, or any of tho muscles near that organ, It is like tampering with an electric wire, for death may come at any moment, if me is worm $, go to tho druggist and get Dr. Druiniuond's Lightning Itemcdy, or send to tho Drum-mon- d Medicine Co., 0 Maiden Lane, York, and thoy will send you a Now largo bottlo by prepaid express. It is not as cpiick as electricity, but it will savo your lifo if you take it in time. 48-5- PS o carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit tho times. Below Ave quote prices of Harness mado from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar ?5 50, 8G.50, S7.50, 89.00 Saddles, $1.75, and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. S2.50, $3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry n line ofRubbor Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50,4.00,4.50. Mr. C. P. Bubbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order.. It will pay you to examine out; stock. "Wc Do HAMHLBTOK WANTED At AddtioD, a blaokimlth with family. Shop And houso all readj for occupanay, A rare op liortunltr for tho right man, L. D. ADDISON, Him 3D- ADMINISTRATOR'S SZ-livSILiE31,03Sr- NOTICE. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ,Tvm wvrkfur at. by rut. io jruuT Unit furl ami Jno.Ilonu, POWDER !l.9JHH IT) '71 Ut VIUV atulwAitiUrAi!. rriilartfrt. II.lIn,NUt;,u..lluWH01'ortlHiiUtMttltt Yam ui4a 4b WOtk SnaUf . fcvtftbt hrrer inn rs ! ratiij timiRi irein utfMjr, ah air. n) ftUrt you. On wtrlt In iwrt tlm All that tlmt. Ill hlfintV for W6tk Kallwr unknown imcnffthMit era. uiwlh. TM.hl. OthMarMnf aiwtlLwk w. w Horn rmrn rr y niwowjti" im lit vthffnmdttl Atm !art. AmiIu. lw, Havo your Job work done at this oflico All persona indebted to tho eatato of J. 0. Hoot, deceased, are hereby notified to come forward and eettle Immediately. Parties holdholding claims agalnat the eatate aro also ing olalma acaloat the eatate are alao requeurequested ( present them properly proton for ed to bring tbera forward, properly proTen for settlement. CHAS. V. BATTERFIELD, aetUement. Admlnlatrator. 8ALE OF MILL, 110ILKK, HNOIiSE, AC. l'oa Rest. Ollico formerly occupied I will offer for aale to the hlgheat bidder, on Saturday, December 13tb, 1890, at 2 o'clock p. by Dr. J. K. llrown, deceased. m., on the preraUea near Unlou Star, a Saw 'BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Mill, Boiler and Knglne. Terma caah or a Cure Indlceetion, BUlousneu, Dyipeptla, Mala. three montha note with approved aecurity. ria, Nervouaueaa, and Oeneral Debility. I'hysl J. II. Lay, Admlnlatrator All dealers sell It. Genuine J. Q, Root, Decerned. dans recommend It.crossed red lines on wrappef tatrade mark and All peraona Indebted to the eatate of Thoa. F S&tterfield, deceaaed, are hereby notified to Parlies come forward and aettle Immediately s w- - ma BJAfCttJBfc trt Mmr Breckenridge News, A Statement ROCK HAVEN. Mrs. Lewis, of this place, visited Mrs. Doolcy, of Long Branch, last Tuesday. Mrs. Belle Harrington, of Brandenburg, was visiting her mother, Mrs. F. K. Summers, who is very poorly. Mr. Virgil Long, of near Garnettsville, is moving to Louisville to open up a feed store. Some of the farmers in Otter Creek bottom lost peroral hundred bushels of corn by the recent raise in the Ohio. Mr. Chas. Peak, one of our ablest Btock buyers, lost considerable on hogs last week by striking a low market. Mayor McDonald, of New Albany, and several others came (low n this week in their private boat to hunt quail. Mr. Jess Higbee, of near Muldraugh, lost three children in four weeks. The doctors say it was supposed to bo spinal meningitis. At any rate it was very fatal. We are glad to noto Mr. 1. 'A. ofGrahamton, is improving. Hois using the new discovery, "Microbe Killer." It seems to be a great remedy for cancer. Mr. Win. Sutherland, our popular timber man, was at Stephensport this week buying up timber. Bill is a hustler from. Hustlersburg when it comes to the timber buisness. Married, at the frame chapel last week, Mr. John Nevitt, of Irvington, to Miss Nannie Ililf, of Flaherty. They carry with them from our county the best wishes of many friends. Messrs. Henry Smith and Wallace Higbee, we understand, are going to erect a fine hotel at Kkron, Ciuston and Irvington. Better watch Kkron she is coming right along. Mr. O. Harrington has his notices up for another in (iamettsville. The dry people say they don't care if they sell it in every hollow tree in tho district. Majority must rule -- that is Democratic doctrine. Ayls-wortbar-roo- SMILES. (loon nKAbox wiiv. Ainmiiin Well. Willie, what good re solve are you going to make for the NewWillie I don't light with Johnny any more. Mnnnna I'm verv irlad my little son sees how wrong and sinful it is to fight. Willie Yes'm. He always licks mo. Munsey's Weekly. Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, BiiiMing Material, Eoofing,(MC,ilitsinngi,I'inie, Cement, &c. &,. -- : 1890 :- - X $t f r As a member of the court tlml hns chargo of the finances of this county, I would Hko to make a few statements regarding my actions in the last and previous terms. Four years ago, when the present board was elected, we found the county carrying a large debt imposed upon tho people somo years previous for building an extravagant court house. I.nst year, at my suggestion, the court thought proper to relieve tho people of a part of this burden by reducing the poll tax SI and 10 cents" on tho $100 of property, but wo found the special act authorizing the levy took that power out of our hands, so w c had to apply to the Legislature for the authority to make the reduction, which would be a great relief to tho people; but here comes along another project, uncalled for, in my opinion, at the present time, and so the majority of the court believed, but the pressure brought to bear against them and the threat of imprisonment by the circuit judge, mado them fall in line and order a new jail ; so a majority of the court refused to relieve the people at present of any of their bunions. I want it understood that I opposed the new jail at this time, first, because 1 wanted the tax reduced, and second, because the court had appointed competent commissioners at three different times to examine the jail and all had uiider oath reiorted it good and sufficient. Now it is claimed by Lord Nicholas and others that I opposed the new jail because I and others would pauperize the county to get it at Cloverport. For myself, while 1 am a great friend of Cloverport and think our people as a whole as good as any people on earth, yet as a member of the county court I would not vote to move the county seat to Cloverport ; so that insinuation falls, and I will further add that the people of Cloverport are now engaged in a project of vastly more imjortance to us than the county seat, so you can rest perfectly easy on that point. Now there are some members of the court and some lawyers about Ilardins-bur- g who labor under the impression that it is essential that they bo heard ujwn every proposition before the court, and if they are not they are failing to do their duty. These as a rule generally represent more noise than mental capacity. They take up an amount of time out of proportion to their importance or the value of what they have to say. Some of tho strongest and best men belonging to the court have but little to say, and when they do speak it is brief and to the point; it is not a repetition of what has been said and caure a waste I beof time and patience of the court. lieve if the members generally would observe this rule and cut off these outside carbuncles, they would do in a day what takes them three days. It is really questionable whether Bonaparte's dumb Legislature, which slid nothing and did lots, may not be preferable to one which talks much and does but little". We should think more and say less. Respectfully, J. K. Kcitii. Year? FRANK So COOK. tiik silly (iim-- s. "(tirls'are no good anyway," said little Johnny ; "they ain't got any sense." "How's thatV" asked Merrett. "Because." was the reasonable reply, "as soon as their stockings get big enough to hold a lot of things they stop hanging them up." Judge. tiik addukss. hi: i.ookki) "Can Isce Santa Claus?" asked the small boy,.cntering Fogg's "He's not here, sonny," returned the old man, kindly. "Why do you look for him in my place?" "Well, I saw your name on the wagon he sent me, andI thought I might get him to trado it for a pair of skates." Puck. toy-stor- e. LUMBE Illy LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, S-A-SIH: J. B ASSETT, PRE3. Leitchfield, Ky. W. P. FREDERICK, CASH. LOUISVILLE, KY. '"- - GEO. W. SWEARINGEr, it UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. I Cor. Sixth and Main 8zj IBLIILTIDS! tt'm. T Otter. R. F. Bailee, W. T Grant, C. O Strater, John G. Roach. 11 W Wood, Fred Hocrti Isaac V. Oernhcim, W. V. Drummond, John Doerhoefer, Jamei P, Curd, Henry llrockm.in, Cftyi Intemt on Time Deposit. Negotiate Purchase and Sale ol Bonis. Solicit your Uusin'it mPTnM SURPLUS $12,500. Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS.,; DR. ELLIOTT'S HINTS FOK SUOItT SF.I1MONS. Medicated Food, A Florence is a little girl who is just learning to go to church. Last Sunday when she came homo her mother asked her w hat she thought of the bcnnon. "Fgh!" was the ineverent answer, "me silted an' sittcd an' sitted, andgotdrefful tired, an the preacher said an' said an' keeped on saying." Washington Star. His Honor "So. Mrs. Wilier, you locked your husband out all night and caused him to sleep in a haymow?" "Well, yes, Judge, I did. And if you knowed that man as well as I do, you'd say I done jist right. He don't work half the time, and when he does and gits a little money he goes to the saloon and gits rid of it all by playing freeze-ou- t; so 1 jist concluded I'd play a little freeze out on him ; that's why I locked him out." His Honor "Well, I reckon you've won. You can go home." Suro Curo for nil Diseases In HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of tto Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD LOUISVILLE, KY. 5Mcntion this paper. SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. IFOIR, A. K. Fliher, druggift, Cloverport. Uenrd A Heeler, druggists, Ilardlnsburg J. W. West, general More, Preston Gibson S. Co. general tndse., Pample SALE S. C You get your money's worth when you buy Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. It never tails. 2.3 cents. The man who' scolds his crying baby and is too mean to invest 'i'i cents in a Thanksgiving comes but once a year, bottle of" Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, should and then very few thank the Lord from be divorced. whom all turkevs flow. Jonaa Ljon, dtugglst, Custer. Mattingly .t Russol, general indse., Layman. Moorman it Heeler, general mdso., flleudeane V. N. Drury, general tndse., Bewleyvllle. Adklsson !c Lydan, gcnoral mdae., Webster, W. E. Pool .t Co., general indse.. Constantino Dland .t Miller, general mdso., Jolly. Ij. D. Addison, geLeral mdfe., Addison Frank, general tndae., Matting); T. M. Mimmo, drugs and gen. mdsc. Cutter. A. 11. Morris Son , general mdso.,Uig Spring Wm. IIIII, general mciic, Garrett. Mitchell .t Rhodes, general mdio., Rhodella. T. A. Millar, general tndse, Stephentport. S. M. IUnningcr. general mdse., West View. A. A. Richardson, general indi-- , Garfield. Walker Board, gensral mdse., Holt. 1.. Green, generat mdse., Falls of Rough. It. II. Brashear, drugs & groceries, Irvington. W. II. Rtchsrdfoti, Brandenburg Slmonton A Hale, general tndse., Patesville. e BIT s V Akk . J 1 T&kMMtoAffl&W iiX fiJ A or 17T " LA N--r,,S- fr' . f,flFfflfFS!H l ll aJI it'll M mZr2S&S V . I itttWL A PROPHECY OF WOE. Predictions of War, Earthquakes, and Revolutions in the Near The Ballot law. M v 'LT Discovery of the Real Cause and Effective Cure of Snake Poison. of India has reThe (iovernor-tienera- l ceived a communication from Baron von Midler, an eminent scientific authority of Melbourne, announcing that he has discovered the real cause and effective cure of snake poisoning. Hitherto the mode in which the venom of serpents produced fatal effects has been a mystery. The elaborate scries of experiments carried out by the Victorian savant have, he states, not only rendered it clear how the poison operates in producing death, but have pointed out a remedy which, when applied in time, will save the life of the patient. According to Ilerr von Midler tlic venom of serpents does not destroy the tissues of the body, but has merely a dynamic effect, suspending the motor and nerve centenj,Tilh discovery at once indicated thnW thy proper kind of antidote would lrf something that would "stimulate and increase the functional activity of these nerve centers." This remedy is supplied by strychnine, which is directly antagonistic in its action to snake poison. Herr von Midler has applied strychnine upon a large number of persons bitten by the tiger snake and other venomous serpents, and with invariable success. The way in which he employs it is to inject ten to twenty minims of the drug under the skin of the patient, and to repeat the operation every fifteen minutes until slight muscular spasms are produced, these being nn unfailing sign that the patient is out of danger. Iirge doses of strychnine may be injected into the blood of a person who has been bitten without producing any injury until it has completely neutralized the effect of the snake poison. The ini))ortance of this discovery, if confirmed, can hardly be overrated. In India, where over :i0,000 persons are killed by poisonous serpents every year, Baron voii Midler's communication has naturally been received with the deepest interest. Ixmdon Standard. vaso-mot- Thanksgiving Day should be called Stuir Day, for the turkeys are stuffed and the people stuff on the turkeys. Uncertainty may attend business ventures and enterprises, but it never attends the prompt administration of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 23 cents. "My sore ran in the night, and my soul refused to be comforted." Poor fellow! of course it did. Pity he couldn't get Salvation Oil. Only 2." cents. Future. Professor J. It. Buchanan, M. I)., who published a book somo years ago pleading for the establishment of ethical and industrial education, and who has futhcr published a manual of psychometry, in which he made several predictions which have been verified, published in tho Arena a most alarming paper, entitled "The Coming Cataclysm of Ameiica and Europe." He maintains that peiiodicity is n law of nature, and that Wo aro now approaching our revolutionary period. From 1010 to 1010 America will be de vastated by a most frightful war, a labor- and capital war, black and white war, in which the Church will be shattered and the marriage relation approximated to freedom. "The cycle of woman is approaching." and it is somewhat consoling to know-tha- t "this will be full compensation for the horrors through which we are to pass." Tho Atlantic coast of tho United States will be devastated by a great tidal wave, all the cities that aro not more than fifty feet above tho sea level are doomed to destruction, and "the grandest horror will aculminate at New York and Jersey City." All the .cities of the coast will or twenty-fou- r perish in twenty-thre- e years. The Mississippi will become the scourge of America. The deforestation of tho continents leads to devastating floods and barrenness extending over vast regions. In the midst of nil these horrors of war and flood there will occur a geological convulsion before which all the earthquakes of the past will seem the merest tritles. After six years the war and horror will culminate after terrible loss of human life and immense destruction of great of the cities in the establishment nationalism of everything on Edward Bellamy's principles. Of the terrible things forecasted for Europe perhaps it is better not to dwell. Kurope has enough on her hands nt present. Chicago Blade. Mu. McKinley, in an interview at "Protection is Cleveland, 0., said: than it ever was nnd stronger will continue to grow in favor. All great measures have met with temporary defeat." This remark, after such expression as tho people gave in the lost election, shows the great extremity to which a leader is reduced to hold his party together. If protection is ginning strength, wo may ask where the growth is taking place. There is no point in America that shows an increaso in tho protection vote. Our foreign neighbors don't grow enthusiastic over tho McKinley Bill. Perhaps McKinley referred to who tho 14,500 protected arc doubtless still in favor of protection. Tho defeat of this great measure may seem temporary now, but after 1802 it will have tho semblance of permanency. to-da- y mill-owne- The advantages of tho secret ballot system arc beginning to bo appreciated in Kentucky. Tho Democratic press is almost a unit on the question of its adoption. It is tho only way in which the citizen can vote, and tho Democratic party has nothing to fear from it. Its practical results are not only fair elections, but it will enforce the nominations of good men for public place. Covington Commonwealth. If not irritating, glycerine is the best nccessory to the toilet known. Dilute it with water, take it internally for a cold or sore throat and rub it on your hands to whiten them ; on your face and lips to smooth and heal tho skin, and on inflamed eyelids to remove tho soreness. It is inexpensive, simple, wholesome and good, which can not be said of any other face lotion. FAT AND JOLLY. Fat women are aye, And talk much less than lliln, A curious fact, for, strange lo say, They've all a double chin. good-natur- mmEi ?'l -- cv aP tvmiS&mh-- iSifiSfl, wmwmik ?KCK ylAVtvyia uiuuc, uu. What- - is I ICASTORIA The Journey to Heaven is not Traveled on Flowery Beds of Ease. Mil. Kihtou. Your editorial remarks are generally very good and to tho point about the current news and fads of the day, but the one in regard to the railroad running into Jerusalem was very good, so far as that part went, showing that enterprise and Christianity could break down precedences and overcome difficulties; but the latter part of the same article where? your pen put forth the sentence that "it will not be long before we will be riding to heaven in palace cars," is out of place in your otherwise good paper, as it is irreverent. The idea held in the Bible is that the journey to heaven is not traveled on flowery beds of ease, but the road is narrow and straight, meaning many difficulties, battles and scars, yet victorious to all who are faithful. I cannot think you intended it as irreverent, but as only a bit of humor; but even as humor it reflects upon the Christian life and grates upon the ears of many of your Ho.Mtn. readers. Caatorla ia Dr. Saml Pltolior'a old, harmless and qniclt onro for Infanta' and Children's Complaints. Snporior to Castor Oil, ParoRorio or Narcotic Syrup h. Children cry for Castoria. Million of Mothers liloss Cantorla. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ; "I recommend Castoria for children's Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; complaints, ns bttperior tortny preset iption Gives healthy Bleep ; also aids digestion : known to me." II. A. AnciiKn, M. D , Without narcotlo stupefaction. 111 So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N.Y. The Ckntack Compakt, 77 Murray St,, NewTorlc From St. Joseph Hospital. lfl5iif"girr here had been suffering tor VBTO'P'TS with blood diseases until she had lost the use of her limbs, and was subject to many troubles incident to the disease. The physicians declared her case incurable, and predicted that her life would come to a speedy end. After taking S. S. S. she recuperated so last that it was plain that she had obtained a new lease on life, and she has continued to grow better until her permanent cure is assured. Many other patients in our hospital have obtained signal benefit from S. H. S., and it has become quite a favorite in our house. Tin: Sr. Josi:iii IIospitm., Highland, III. A S. S. S. Single Gtrap Track if. Cured Herself and Her Child. has relieved me of a terrible Scrofula, from which I had suffered for ears. It affected my nose first as catarrh, then carries off the bone, and continued to eat until it destroyed the soft bonti in the right side of the nose, then went to my throat, and later on to my lungs, and it looked as if I was doomed. S. S. S. has cured me, and bus also cured my little daughter of the same disease. Mas. N. RiTC'iim, Mackey, Ind. Treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tin: Swift Spkoikk Co., Atlanta, (ia. 'Kinley's Bill. Two negroes were heard by a reporter yesterday morning discussing the matter that beat them nt the recent election. Dat One of them said, "Dar's no use argfyin an' fustication 'bout de cose, now; dat 'Kinley bill's what does the work for us, and dat's hit." Then the other wanted to know "What do dedil's de reason 'Kinley didn't go an' pay his bill off, 'fore de election an' not had dat in de way, 'bout de time it most portant to be axin de people fur dar votes?" "You is right," said tho first speaker, "an den we come out all right, but dat.s what ho didn't do." Paducah Standard. The First Step. Perhaps you are run dow n, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the first step into Nervous Prostration. You need n Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, Surprising results healthy condition. follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, nnd the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try Price 50c. at G. AV. Short, a bottle. Cloverport, Ky., and 3. 'A. AVitt, Ky." Ilar-dinsbur-g, HARNESS. Price, $17. the vkrv uest. We can sell you fr oil Vt'SiTn jb g M iflrgSfr VIlV . The Leather. Workmanship and l"lnlsh are ot 1m , SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. 8END FOR OATALOQUE. lP WtJmT A0ME MANTJPAOTUEING 00. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It ii as pleasant to the taste as lemon syrup. The smallest infant will talco it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never faih to onre. Chilli onoe broken will not return. Tost yon only half tho price of other Chill Toulci. No quinine needed. Ho purgative noeded. Contains no poiion. Cheaper than It purifies the blood and removes ai) malarial poison from the system, It ii as large as any dollar tonio an quinine. LOUISVILLE Market Eeports, Corrected Weekly by The H. W. Herndon Co. OK.NKUAl, COMMISSION MEHCIIANTS, 144 Third Street. VKOETABLKS. Cleveland and Blaine in '92. There will be Democratic opposition to Cleveland, and there w ill be Republican opposition to Blaine, but all of the indica tions point to their renomination in 1892 and to a final stiuggle over the monopoly tariff with them as the leaders of the contending hosts. It is well, perhaps, that this should be so, for Blaine is as truly responsible for fastening monopoly dictation upon the Republican paity as Cleveland is rcpousihlc for placing the national Democracy in line for its histo ric principle for a tariff for revenue only It is suggestive and even portentious, that while neither (trover Cleveland nor any of his followers have had occasion since this struggle opened to shift their ground in the least, James 0. Blaine and his supporters have been compelled by stress of circumstanco invariably attaching themselves to n bad cause to back ami fill, to retreat and to dodge, on more occasions than one. Inspired originally by Blalno with nn arrogance born of ignorance and selfishness, Itcpub-lican- s have been carried by the tariffques- tion into positions that have proved which, one aftcrnnother, have been abandoned. Planted upon n high piano of truth by Cleveland, the Demo cracy has found its jswltion growing stronger day by day and has seen tho power of its enemies successfully to as sail it diminishing steadily. A new contest under tho leaders of 1884 will still hither emphasize in tho integrity of Cleveland tho immutability of truth and in the spectacular tricks of Maiuo tho inherent weakness of error. Chicago Herald. Have your Job work done at this ofllco Clover After Clover. The common remark among farmers that clover will not succeed sow n on a clover sod dates from the time when wheat was thus sown in alternate years with clover between. It was common in those days to plow under a growth of clover, which made the soil too light and porous for clover seeding next spring. It also generally made too heavy a growth of gnu n for the best success of the clover catch. It is the unfavorable mechanical condition of soil that a clover sod makes, rather than any exhaustion by the clover itself, which hinders the new catch. When the winter is rainy, so as to thoroughly pack the soil, cloer seed succeeds well, though even then it may be injured by drouth beforo the clover has becomo thoroughly established. Hut n heavy sod plowed just beforo wheat sowing often docs not break down until the subsequent summer heats canso it to rot, and the changes it makes at this time in the surface soil soon destroy the newly seminated clover seeds. American Cultivator. Uaron voii Midler, .of .Melbourne, Australia, has discovered that strychnine injected under the skiji of a snake-hi- t person is a sure antidoto to the poison. Tho doctor is away behind In his discovery. Takinc strychnino Internally, by the pint, has been practiced by snake-bi- t Kentuckians for years, and with good effect. That's why Kentuckians always keep a jug of tho antidoto inhis house. Ky. statu Journal. Sco Babbago's K All-wo- Apples, Fanoy Apples, Common Potatoer, new per bbl Onions 2 50 I 76 'I 60 (a) 2 00 3 00 1 SO VlLA iV1''1 Beans, bushel Cabbage, per bbl POULTRY. 1 75 2 76 2 00 2 25 1 25 (jti 1 00 OTwl ' il gar. vTHs 3Ky&JH sSfiSlflL' ..;&MmBH9 -- RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. WARR ANTED ComioUtoli, Wim., Dto. 12, 1883. MiDicmi uo.. r&ru, Ttim.i Plfaw ciil ro tbrfe dosen f roar OroTf't Tiute lets Chill TodIo. 1 wm viewed wiih ih lot front you nil inmnifr. me people wtri acugniea wiin ii. i lift jour Chill Tonic to torn cblMrta who were Iov1o4 war thy and emacUuM. hating had chronic chilli (or moDihi (iait. one of them fur 4 year, and with Id three weeki after hegtoaiDC with, the Chill Tonic they were hale and arty, with red aod rv chirks It artod Ilka ebarm. MT. Vf. BTINSON, U. D. Honesty is the Best Policy. It has been suggested that when the Congress meets tho Democrats would do well to give the llepubli-can- s a taste of their own rules. Itevenge is sweet, but justice is sweeter. The better way would be to inauguFifty-secon- rii d Urns, p'r dor Mixed dpring Chickens, ptr doi. Live Uerse, per dot " Duck, per doz HIDES AND fUIB. 2 75 2 35 2 00 3 00 2 00 fi 3 2 3 4 25 50 00 00 3 00 7 Green M rate an era of fair play. Mr. Heed and his followers don't know tho meaning of the words, to bo sure, but it would be a pleasure to show them that the honest men in the country stigmatize their example by avoiding it. X. Y. Herald. A good vegetable cellar is an essential part of the farm house, and this must be frost proof and neither too warm nor too moist. Select a lino day for storing vegetables in the cellar, for they will do much better if stored away under favor-abl- o circumstances. Vegetables to bo kept in tho cellar should bo gathered as late as possible, but it must be done beforo heavy frosts set in, as this would Injure most plants so that they would not bo fit for use. Tuberous vegetables should bo gathered earlier than cabbages, which will continue to grow until very late, and will not be much injured by tho frost. Cauliflower, howovor, cannot withstand heavy frosts. Beforo storing tho vegetable away, it should bo deprived of all of its dead leaves, excepting the heart leaves. Go to G. W. Short for "0. 0. C. Certain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Lung Diseases. small Dry Hides, salt Hint Sheep pelts, lleeced WOOL. ' UU'es, 30 to 50 lbs , lOU 3A.LB BY 4 7 1 4J4 9 ' 8K0HK 00 40 20 33 ($ 25 35 CLOVERPORT, KY Wool.olean Wool, I'KODIXE. EEEE WE AE,E AGAIN Furniture in endless varie- ! The New Discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be ono of the many who know from personal experience just how good n thing it is. If you have over tried it, you arc ono 61 its staunchest friends, tho wonderjul thing about it is, that when onco given a trial, Dr. King's Now Discovery ever after holds a placo in tho house. If you have never used it and should bo nllllcted with a cougli cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at onco and give It a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial Bottle Free nt G. AV. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. AVitt's, llanlinsburg, Ky. be-cau- Butter, choice, country Butter, medium., inferior Eggs Feathers prim Feathers mixed Tallow Beeswax ; Ginseng May Apple Ho,..Ji Blood root Yellow Boot : 12 15 12 10 6 (a) 16 fa 41 25 ($ 3 00 '.. ,2 2 25 97 40 75 8 17 43 35 4 22 3 30 2i VA 28 orain and hat. Wheat, Bed Longberry,, Ear Corn, choice per bu Oats. Northern whit Rye.. Hay Timothy, choice per ton... ! Mixed... Straw, per ton.., Veal Calres 99 00 62 43 80 13 00 P 00 6 00 1 ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. , 9 50 6 00 5 00 .' hi Fair Dealing. 4K fcoro.ro jt. l brim m..t i j jokn n. Uowtnlu.lfcijr.Vral xixk fur m. I.r.d.r, much, but vtm raa yvil ntjr put lttk FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Honest Prices. on JOHN D. BABBAGE. ftli jtnittkf t Scarlet PhiriH. I 4 thoroughbred brood sow. 3, D. Babbngo. l'pn Sale Berkshire from IS to bow 10 you so S!U tUy ol tba tUrt, titd on. llwiu oairs. on or", winjinnw Amrriri. you 111 commtnn ot bomt, sir uoro tuomtnu only ta sour Ins oil All U now, Oral H l tbo . o.try worktr. Wo otirt you, tunUhaf o? .ircblnl. EASlLr, HIUULY Uorftxl. HIEK. AddrtM ol ouco, MIIobuj iyri ruBioAJw, oij rr mf llinr '" ir you want Queensware at reduced prices, call J, V V stf Boston Courier. I 1 exj)enslvfflcinaryouusea"t(rDuyr-annr- rBey's Weekly. ' ubu",-,;- 'j