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IfMkMM JNtUMllTji CLOVEKPOBT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCE0BEK IwMtlemU the iBfher ?riM 80. wo, more el u, i89i. wa9 is. ifi f T ?new OoMlaf : ' jFT 7 ay Bnr Trr 15 WHEAT :A jh'. "held yosr crop" clreukrs are out The first is from Ignatius DsgrnAly, the Minnesota Alliance, who urgri tlte fanners to hold to their wheat for thirty days longer. In it he mys : "I think every intelligent man in SlinneBO-t- o bcHey tlmt wheat is soiling far below ita ackikl value, hut the Alliance as an organisation, has not taken the responsibility of glviiiK any, advice nrion vht. Paul, MiKk., 8it, asKe-- vAj4iii a(HKHPw' ; owr specif :4'--. desire to the subject, bplioving it to bo outside, of their function to do feo, and a nawirdons expeifment to makoi in any oflloial wy But it ia very clear that if not a bushel t&':ftenVp, ' w'e.iribV offer to Hffi by tlid farmers during the next thirty days tho wheat pits of Chicago, Now York and London .would bo full of. dead 'bears,! ' t and thq .fannurs would got for their i.-i i.. wheatfcrop'whatitis really worth. an every , EE"SgJI potatoo8,'corn( barloy, rye, anything else stand ofT your creditors for a tiiiio,keep on plowingbut dont soil any wheat.foramonrtj and bco what will bo :sM," J& web week, in, lots not leap than tho result. I do not say to you that fS - i. . i ,,, . , wheat will go to $1.50 or $2 a bushol; nor KiMhelg, WO Will IftKB ouu- do I ask you to hold your crop till. next . OPTT ,for totl whd gjve nil the spring ; nor do I speak in behalf of tho State" Farmers' Alliance, but in my in niake- - after the dividual- - capacity r' Jb I express my beliof On any other that, the farmerearo boing robbed of ono- M Wfeeri out. ';,-- fourth tho value of their product, and to exchange nour- - that thoy should totally stop all sales of w21 wheat for a:titno,and thenlet itoiitslow-ly- j so oa not to break down the market. j&eliengftht this plan will Tho SktH will come, out on Friday with a circular. Tho contontn of' tho the people; we. hopojo receive circular are much tho eamo as that of tho last one. This one Bimply takes up Iji paironag e '6f all. Ho said ; "My lovo I am sorry to dis the wheat situation whoro tho other left ,:? 1880 appoint you nbout tho' picnic, but my off. Tho crops of tho ten yoars from trotter has a lame foot." That's nothing ! basis CO., to 1890 are taken as,tho holds of compu- Wo'vo got plenty of Salvation Oil. STON BILUHG that there tation, and'tho circular Tho Detroit Free Press Fiend has been is danger of exporting too much wheat. punning on Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. IRVINGTON, KY. ,If your baby is rostlesff whilo teething, His Is only gratitude, for all thinking ' get Dr. JJull's.Baby Syrup; a dose of It men know its merita. (Exch.) wlll,rellovo.(tho littlo sufforcr at. once. ; Gladstone the Second Jefferson. Ohly 36 cente'a bottle K tik:H.J At tho end of tho Nineteenth Century InA box of Old Saul's Catarrh Cure Is valuable for catarrh, influenza or cold in Gladstono ia doing in England tho work '".'' Jefferson did in Virginia and in America the head. generally towards the closo of tho EighPreserves' and Jellies. teenth. Tho greatest statesman since Jellies and preserves should be kept in Jefferson, ho is shaping his whole work a' dark, cool and dry closet. If you havo by Jefferson's axioms of liberty, which ho dark closet, wrap newspapers about havo made him tho magnificent fighter thp preeervo jars when thoy are put he is. Church disestabh'shinont, religifc away. Handle tho Jars carefully when ous liberty, individual freedom, limitayou have occasion to movo them, for it tion of government power, local towive money can he told' often happens that a mould forms on tho the abolition of hereditary itja tha. wipftpei,houe, ,top of tho fruit., which does notdo it any aristocracy, tho emancipation of labor M. Just notice somcof harnvbut rather helps to protect it, If all Jefferson strove for Gladstono pleads ( offer for Low" Prices' not mixed in witli it by careless hand- for in his Newcastle speech. When will ., . - ling. When you are stinted in closet America, which made a "Gladstone posjpi rarnisn anyttung in tne room you can placo strotf,S sheets of sible for England, produco out of its sore . Stove line. pasteboard 'parts of old boxers on tho need of him his liko for itself? St. top of pnedftyer of tumblers of jelly or Louis Bcpublic. jars'ofJruit, and set another row on Uicbo Heed the Warning. IteforO'Sioringitba'jars in the closet wipe itOVEJLACKINCr them carefully with a wet cloth. Itinso It is not Infrequently the case that this cloth frequently in hot water. It is itching pimples and irritating "cat boils" rjdhd that don't tako any wiee plaiif when putting up jellies, to rtro tho fororunnors of larger boils, or the to make it shino. cover each tumblor with, a round piece more ' serious carbuncles. Invariably selling the cheapest stoves whita paper and then tio on a nature puts out her danger signals, and tlijn layer of coUon. batting. , J. L, Miller. they should bo heeded at o$co. The pimples and littlo boils show that tho tike, nicest' and cheapest D9ntrcad! Don't think I Don't blood is not in good condition and nature Now, are you lietter. You :Sjftt M pn earth. womon who think that patent medicines is trying to relievo tho system. A few iaft ahumbug, and Dr. Pierce's Favorite doses of Swift Specific at' this juncture Proscription tho biggest humbug of tho will accomplish wonders. The eruption will bo healed and tho system cleansed ie the moat complete, whole (because it's best known of all)- of ita impurities, The modern parapheuro come ? .money than any in does your rase saying, 4 It is very easy to "don't'.' in .this' world. etc., of tho old"Timely "A stitch in time," is that sticthes" will save Susptcien lwy comeeimore? easily than nlno pairs of breeches." Tho modern doubt-littl- e faith-ncv-confldeneo. But made a sick woman well and tho form has a touch of humor that docs not modify tho tho truth of It. In that vein Coal Heating "Favorite Prescription" has cured thous- wo may say that n courso of Swift's Spe; Stoves, ands of dolicato, week women, which Wvjil Atari UT Ariil VJUUIWJIig cific prevents ills terrific. tj MVtU IU1U IT Wl I"rtftll makeeiiw think that, our "Prescription" pM t7-v- up, is better than your "don't bolievo." A Great Disappointment. We're. both boaeeb Lettus come togethWo regret to say it, but Mrs. Cleveland er. You try Dr.. Pierce's, Favorite If it doesn't do as ropresont-el,y- o has disappointed the just expectations of any sue and price. your money again. Where Democrats throughout tho country. It St. Louis proof's so easy, can you afford to doubt. should havo been a boy tr,'!' iQv; l; of wlleati is sojd iu Minnesota mi f - torn Wheat -" xdSatoday , .vjpv it r nfe AiUtHcr ITerman's Adviet te Fameri, tAd1t6r Norman atlvlees Konlucky farmers, to Wl out tho aeseesor's llet; cor. rectly. The Auditor says : "Wliatever the farmor may think, the law requiring the listing of crop statistics it was certainly not passed in tho Interest 6f speculators. It is of as much value tolbe"frmertokribw"how.largo a crpp of corn, oats, tbbaccohdnlp, barley and wheat was produced in fiis county and State as It would bo for a speculator. Tho listing by tho assessors takes place in September for the crops of tho year in wbich listed, nud as tho returns are not made up and forwarded to the Auditor by tho cotinty clerks uiftiJ tho "following spring, and then not ready for a compilation or nny general use for tho public Until some tiluo during" tho summer, it is difiicull to see how tho information could greatly affect the values of the crops li&tctl for the previous year." Concerning tho to fgive tho assessor apenalty for' failui o he correct statement also aays ; "Of so much importance."-forgoncral use to tho public and for use by the .Legislature in matters pertaining to legislation was tho law deemed requiring tile listing of statistics that a ponalty for a failure to lint the statistics or for failing td do any other act required, or for doing ono forbidden by tho reVenuo law, .reads' as follows Article 12: , "Section 3. Whori not other, penally? is. mentioned tho penalty iu all such cases shall not bo lose than $o0 "iior mora than This penaity,;aa; stated in section 2 of tho same, nrticlo may bo enforced either by indictment in the circuit court of tho county ,or, .by action in any court having competent civil com?.. . mon law jurisdiction." , FOE A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE rH. irjLXXJTXXIdLAAX - r- -- --- WILTOlI IT ir"4 "', v?HEPVHBBBtfHMfllBlMKMHMMMka THE -- : GREAT and ONLY:- - nHHHiHIIilllliMa t9HkvW;M. W h1W. I lrwvinvil(n9HHnragnHMV EQUALS ANY 10 CENT CIGAK IN THE .' I5$R : . n .- - iiilWLM8Sa-- J aA.aTTJF-A.a'Jb'CrSBBDD - HETTERMANN L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling- Agt. - Jmh, " v MARKET. QJTALITY TELLS' i. ,UNr".:dB vm - iwm i f r : . - ib-- t ''HrfMllrff 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLEi Wc are now closing out our lino of m S .. W. nx " I te-'or- Stqye Pipe, Cement St'roiicer Than Stone. From a number of careful tests made to ascertain the precise strength of anchor bolts set in Portland cement in tho ordinary way, tho fact appeared that tho joint was, really Btronger than tho stone. iron rods In this demonstration were set into tho stones some Hi inches, and then subjected to the test. Tho first rod had a soroW thread to Improve tho grip of the cement, and tho cement began to yield at a load of 83,000 pounds, tho breaking of the stone taking placo at 60,000 pounds. With a plain, smooth rod it was found that the cement began to yield at a load of 84,000 pounds, but the rock broke at 07,000 pounds: Thus, though tho strength of the cement joint was not- - developed, it was inferred that, In a suitable sotting, the coment joint on a smooth rod might be mado to break the rod, New York Sun. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. nsro. At 5i00 o'clcl: 53 61 TIME SCHEDULE Taking Efroct ' is. below cost. A. H. Wednezday July 29. '91 All things go cheap for cash, nnd especially our Wat Bound Traitu Rxpr's Expr'l Dully 6 25pm U4U 721) Eatt Bound Trami w Mail A Kxpr'i Expr'. Dally Dally 9 05pn. Mall A STATIONS Iv.Un'n SUMMER LAWNS AND --- " Dally 8 05.iin 721 747 767 8U1 739 808 817 fl 820 9 00 903 ivcihuckv nt. Hock Haven Long Uranch Kkron Ciuston lp't..ar Tb5 12 11 11 60 M8 West Point Howard 1210pm 12 07pm 43 23 860. 810 8 07 GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wo must closo ticm out by full to give room for our 63am 764 7 47 7 37 926 9 35 938 9 44 9 62 10 01 10 IU Ilrandenburg 1133 Meade Spring! 1128 11 732 7 28 826 8 43 1018 26 33 1041 10 45 10 10 : be-lio- fitting fKING 1 STOVES Trluli of Sudden IVeulth. .axis. Gaewell It just makes mo mod; Here 1 go out shopping in my $3,000 Worth dress, and just: loaded with diamonds, yet folks think I'm poor. Mr, Gaswell- - They dose? Mrs. Gaswell ? Yes, they do. I vent Into Antique, Design & Co.'a grand store today to get some furniture for the new house, and .at first they didn't show me anything bnt a lot of old secondhand stuff that looked as if it had coma over in the ark; ;Now York Weekly. 862 8 6'J Irvlnrton Webster I.odiburg . l'lerce Steplicncport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Ilawcsville I'etrle Falcon Cayee Shops SLluplC 1114 1105 1065 10 48 717 667 648 6 39 NRW o STOCK OF GOODS. We expect to handle a lino of goods this fall 9W 916 9 31 912 938 10 03 1048 1102 1107 1037 1033 1026 1022 1019 1006 1001 VJti 1010 1010 1020 1027 1041 1063 1108 1120 1129 1138 1165 lack-of-fai- th Meatia? Stovon, L. GROTS 'P&Tl&tt 14. We Can And Do Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for LoLilsviMe,Hardinsburg & Western R. R, it has been fully demonstrated to the peoplo of tliis country that it is superior No. 2 TIME TABLE. to all other preparations for blood disTAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers,- - Eruptions 'and Pim Bound Train. East Hound Train. ples. It purifies tho wholo systom and We.t Dally Dally Dally Dally Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun thoroughly builds up tho constitution. erSun. ex fo.5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 For Sale by G. W, Short, Cloverport, Ky., 11 80am I.y lrylngton Ar 9 46am 12 10pm and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Garfield 8 34 I Lewisport 12 10pm l'owera 1223 I'ates 1232 Owensboro 1243 MatUngly Stanley 1262 11K Worthlneton Spottsvlllc 118 12 05pm 126 Ilnsketts 12 20am 140pra ar.Hendcrs'n lv 1162-- m 1118 1127 1134 1141 1145 947 938 929 9 24 920 913 865 833 8 19 8 42 631 626 619 614 611 667 662 641 631 622 610 612 606 4 49 4 37 that cannot bo surpassed. Wo havo on hand also, a splendid lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como i 428 4 41) 06 in and givo us a trial, and got a bargain in something you need before tins opportunity is gone Respectfully, 810 8 00 742 731 720am 348 341 383 3 20pm WITT MEADOR, HAKWNSBUnO, KY. S-- 4 gt s 1226 12 1 Xittlo. Pleasant-Pellet- 'but active Thay-rogukte are- - Dr. Picrco's H Complete, and will sell class Deuble Barrol i". - Beet- Liyer. Wile made ; gentle, yet and in vigors to thorough. this liver, stomach and bowels. - " !eilii any size, cartridge f i BURAi v " EH Pile and Jolin Cook are in Louis PU-MP-S ville selling hogs and cattlo. of news. When there is aTjetter-suppleand prices. Fire Brick mre.itewBwill be contributed. iMven Tutker and John Pile are off for the EliMbefehtown'ftdr this week, Mr. Jlook, of Hardinsbiirfi and not ifityMWwh Kettles,, Mise Board, as reerted.wiU teach here. i-- Lids, Bolt. Wmzm, . Misses Susan, and Ussier Tate, of Cue-- i Cut Saw( Axos ter, sjient Sunday with friends near, here.. Soma Shrewsbury and wife, of Lejtch-,Md,.ar- e' will All of whioh spending a few days with WARE' ,irm hvHom Prim. I U -- R rapBru Mr. and Mrs. Sam.-- B. Smith and John Smith, of Millwood, are vWUng in the nelghborlKKxl. Joel Pile Wit' Friday in IJardlnsburg, Saturdajtin Steplinaport, aiid Saturday night, be lwt in returning from the lat' ter plaee- .- tm kgr XHt Wtar mi Mlas Oittd SiuHk, of Aaaetta, Xy., is here with WJi,:but we are sorrry te t,IJmi jtm 7 kind f saf aha will soon rUir to reauuqe A.ZX. XKXIXS, ohae at .heraeheel at that p)aee. t 8KKVB8I fcO. Wei- - pealtiTely marantee Lightning aneEhi. f Hot Drop to cure flax, dysentery, IfnaagMi Bwdlatkr( diarrheae, enuafw, diolwWantum, and HAaDINBBUEa, KY. all paiaa, extenM4 or interal. Will refund th money iieveiy oaettiut leUel ia net gWn whan tued aoeoitfiog to Arl Can anything 1m fairer? 86 and 50 cnto. For aale by all druggtrtu tovEKmkr, xy ' Helfihbori ami Social Relation!. Whilo it is pleasant to havo neighbors with whom wo aro on familiar social relations, tho fact that we are neighbors A Duty to Yourself.' merely is no reason why such relations It is surprising that people will, use a should exist. Certainly no one has any common ordinary pill when (thoy can reason to be offended if a neighbor; secure a, valuable, English one ior tho chooses to live in retirement, or does not return obsequious calls. Too many of same money. Dr, Acker's English pill the calls on new neighbors, which are positive euro for are a and social duty in many dia- all liver" troubles. Thoy are small, sweet, considered a country, are simply prying. triete of the easily taken, and do not gripo. Sold by errands to, see if the parlor carpet is G. W, Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt genuine Brussels or rag,, or whether the .& Mendor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. new neighbor keeps her hair in onrl papers at calling hours, or is a good The use of cooking utonslls mado ol manager or a hopeless slattern, or somesuch "tin" as tho McKhiloy campaign thing else, which is no possible concern York Tribune. mt;dals are mado of would givo tho cof- of the caller. New fin trade a boom, and the McKinley. CamCan't Slesp Nights paign Conunittee has valid grounds for frying ,a lime fat out of tho cofiln trutt- - Is tho complaint of thousands suffering St. LouIs.Kepublic.' frothy Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you over try Dr. Acker's English Remedy ?o It is tho best preparation, Is life WortEVLiving? v Not if yoilgo through the world a dyspep- known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are positive guarantee at ?$c. and" tjOc. by G. a positive cure for the worst forms of W. Short, Clovor)ort, Ky., and Witt & Dyspeptia,, Indigeeton, Flatulency and MeaJor, Ilardinsburg, Ky Comtima. Guaranteed and sold by enrest IJnh CetufJahtt. q. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt "-and " i GmUswhm. At drogni.ti. lTioeasotB. & Meador,.Hardlnsburg,, Ky. 1 He-pubsick-hcadac- ,, llnrned, Ilardinsburg Kirk 132 Jolly Glendcane 163 Dempster 205 230pm ar Kalltltoiighlv 3 16 llockvale 3 27 Huth 45 18 3 37 P CO 810 745 7 09 621 0 09 6 34am 4 65 4 44 4 36 4 063 362 4 30pm Oak. ArPordsvilleI.v A.kln. 415 00am xn ""-F Tho largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can bo found at A pamphlet of Information andab- .trnci or me laws, wowing now toi uaTMts, utain ixjpjrutnia, imi rrtt-Liuw MUNN & Ul t, . let Brendnay. vr lwL, GREGORY &C0,, Headquarters for W" Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich iitan PlftBtw, Belt. Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, of Harness of our own manufacture: Below wo quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather, Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar, f 5.50; $0.50, $7:50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90o and $1.00. Saddles, $1.75, $2.50, 13.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wo carry a line of Itnbber Goods, such as Horso Covers, Storm Aprons, Loggings, at very low prices. We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. Wo have a largo lino of Collars, Hames aud Chains. Breeching $3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.60. Mr. C. P. Babbago will bo found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make now work to order. It will pay vou to exam i no our stock. at prices to suit tho times. 3D- 23r-3BXJEn,OJiT. B. MAMBIrlETOB'S. Wo carry a largo assortment f animals It is stated that tUe killed by elctrieity in uaeb tenderer than it tb animate are kilted iu the , , vrdimtry tack Tbia is 4speeUlly the, ia:Mgsfa to few ray. fine & Poplar OIL. SALVATION imffht:) yPrliOHllSSctitU. til all Bolt , Shingle Nrr, feeling blood. Lightning Blood CttxSr will thoroughly renovate ttw ayatwpB and taftiopi all Wood impu-iU- e It will make to eat It wakes the weak iaitf& Wwawt t?tke All drngglet sells it. Prtoe 75c. That sayn with impure Brick, Plow Handles. Pine Flooring aN Orders ac- way8 Kpt on hand. cnmpRO)ftd by Mh prfpt- - h fiiw, thlkm9 quiokly HktummHtm,-H4u-figkSwelling s, Brut'st, Ltmlof, tord, faidaoht, 7W&ceAe, Outs, Net Ca.e for Treatment. A stout, middle aged woman fell oh a kkeet in New York, and when some oua attempted to raise her to her feet she declared, with tears and groans, that her leg was broken. An ambnlwtce wa ltaatily summoned, the woman lifted tea drly in and taken to a tKMptkaVwfcm it was found that the brokea, limb waa a tifkUL-Philadel- pbla Ledge Pvmdc add, it UtaumtotL, mam paileM and imteedtait destt, Ufy tbenfove pytfraleeitieMitiftatoa-la- g tbe career ot tviidtiaisv ftntaaake the condemned Meat MUmriiine with wtth a iWB.hipli MvNietbia,ttManfeni aeid taiesintt' lkeinmIntM Ul taMtv aUaMMstk- M- mm wtUesWete-- - YreaUn ChiU Tonic U rapWly aMddgf Pale, deiteate women ahoold oae Tuca- 1'rloeMki. Un Ckill frienda whew atenlcianeetbd. PrfMfifte,, ;i , , $: ' s. r ft' vw $i '!'? r'"..-y ,. ,v.'. .. k5J&V.-- .?.! 'Vi. - ,5K.' iAri siii. aiBft '..'S' .c . M . V.i h?sS t vwm jno. ' a. yuiwrkBAAOB, Kd(tori. iprictor, fc., K(t m4 Uhovkh CkveUud's new baby doWt j eem to have made any change in hk business.. He goes right along studying . Tlaa Cartf, politics and making Democratic speechea in New Yprk, and leaven Frances to look faing Jail. " Watt...... ..11.87 a.M. after the baby. The campaign In that p.m. " Eaat is getting liot .JT Wwt P.. stateheeds to keep and it will reqaira 11.11 cool Btt tho party ia Him, I,l. ijiiiii fcaaal JTralgbt m H Wet ..18.8 a.m. .. ?, MMtw 3fc(M' B'lnilHMHIIH wssk Mardlabar..U:OJ .. & TMLt. jrtlJM' li. mi - p... Dally etiti iast. an. XardiMbar CXfttit Coart begins next Monday. Jtmr produce to Witt A Meador. The girk say tbe vJirifa brick pavements q th Weflt, end are "perfectly lovely" that they can protneaadd without stamping their toes, and they anticipated "perfectly lovely" times promes-adia- s wish the beaox looking at Mas instead of their "toea.' a A FARM ? Do You ' "" Jteanl A Beeler do sell clothing cheap. Want i in - I: , Miss Emma Wade went to EvansviHe Tub new stone jail at HanliMbwi Thk Nicws Is oho day lato this week on the appearance of yeetorday. being the best am) account of not receiving our paper in safest of the kiud in this partof theaW. Take your physicians proscriptions to Witt & Meador. time. It ta the first Umo in fifteen years McDowald Bros., Louisville, are the . Miss Owen, of Glcndeane, Is visiting tlmt'lhe paper has failed to mako its ap- tractors at $11,000. It was to have teen completed the first of October, morning. it will Miss Stella Scott. pearance on "Wednesday probably be something like a Month yet Go to Witt & Mcador's for yourgrocer-ic- s CHURCifciiASGES. before it is finished. and dry goods. Mr. W. N. Drury, Bowleyvillc, was in The contcBt ovor tho question of adGov. Brown ooW do Hie peoplo of the city last Saturday. mitting women into tho Conferences of Meade county a jreaW;. lavor than to the Methodist Church, North, will not Mrs. Emcllno Board is visiting friends be settled until spring. It is yet to be appoint Dr. J. Max. Willett to the posi In tho country this week. voted on by several Annual Conferences., tion or nrst nsowtaat at the Anchorage Those two weddings spoken of some Thus far, those who are in favor of their Asylum. He. tffweU qualified for the timo ago arc coming up. position and his HHmerous friends both admission are nearly fivo hundred in the T. C. Lewis has a nice lino of ladies majority. The Gorman Conferences ia Meade" and Breckonridgo would and gentlemen's jewelry. ifee'hoiunv have gone against their admission, by alT. 0. Lewis is the placo for you to get most unanimous votes. The question is Bi;J,, B. Cottrell preached two grand a good cheap time piece. inevitably to creep in upon the Church, Go to Lewis to havo your watches and South; and nil the sooner, if it earrv in SrmWiBlii this city to large audiences the Northern Church. In ordaini the Jait Sunday. The Doctor is a grand man, clocks and jewelry repaired. monthly Church Conference, which mm. mad and liberal in his views, and as full For a genuino custom made boot or religion as an egg is of meat. Asa shoo, call on Beard & Becler. done by tho General Conference of Uw Church, South, .at Now Orleans, in 189i," good old man remarked after hearing Miss Ella Goodson was in the city is claimed, by some, to allow tub prin- him "It does one's soul good to listen to Monday, visiting tho Misses Mercer. ciple of female representation in the ad- a sermon like that." Tho Doctor may Mr. Jim Beard was elected City Marvanced Councils there being s(v fran- not bo orthodox, but ho bos plenty of shal last week, vice Logan Pate resigned and simple, and we'd as chise of malo and female la ttwjChurch religion, pure soon risk his chances for Heaven as the Mr. John DcJernetto has bought an Conferences. "Tho Church? Ceaferenco interest in tho firm of Hcnsley & Jolly, was one of a number of measures of ad- biggest Bishop in tho church. of this place. vance in tho polity of tha Church urged TX". Witt & Meador are having a big run McTyiro and by such leaders as II. Da. J. B. Cottrell, the brilliant minisD. S. l)oggett, who waxvjf it that Confer- ter, has been assigned work at Grecnvillo on their now fall Btock. All goods go ence, elected TBtefeips. ' I)re. A. L. P. by tho recent conference of his church. cheap for cash. Green, E. H. Myers, L. M. Lee, Thos. 0. It is hoped that ho will sometimes bo Wo want butter, eggs, .chickens, fruit, Summew, "JHwoS Hamilton, Jos. Key, heard in Hartford, whero ho has many etc., in exchange. Highest market price (now IMioptjV'' Cottrell, and a num- friends. Hartford Herald. paid. Beard & Becler. ber of otliera, urged tho measures upon If Dr. Cottrell responds to all the calls Georgo Baker was up from Glendcano, the Churchy through tho several organs upon him, Grecnvillo will likely enter Sunday. Georgo says that town isn't of thejCoaferenccs, as also in speeches complaint. Wo hear a call comes from hardly out of tho woods. In the.Geaeral Conference. They were Hot Springs, Ark., for threo or four Rev. James W. Taylor, of Roslno, Ohio all ad)tcd by largo majorities. Lay lectures. (, county, has been: visiting Mrs. John P. Bepreeention iu the Annual Confcrcn- tho last week. - cm was ordained, as also in the General The shooting of Miss McEwan by a Haswcll Don't fail to try our guaranteed Hog which meets quadrennially. colored ruffian on a railroad train above Conference, f7.The name of the Church was changed Louisvillo some time ago has brought be- Cholera preventive beforo losing your " 'from Methodist Episcopal Church South, fore the Commissioners tho question of hogs and corn too. Beard & Beeler. , ' to Episcopal Methodist Church ; but it providing separate couches on railroads It would be a great accommodation to was requisite that this change should be for tho use of tho colored peoplo. Such the public if Mr. Weikel would put a ratified by a two third majority of tho a change would be widely appreciated by morning, nnd evening train on tho L., II. Annual Conferences to be constitution- the white people of this state, who are, & W. during Circuit Court. ally effected. After prevailing by an as the law stands, compelled to rido in Warren Hicks sued Richard May, of overwhelming majority in the General the same coaches with the negroes. If this placo last week for $5,000 damages. Conference, it was passed round to tho the Railroad Commissioners fail to get The plaintiff alleges that defendant spoko Annual Conferences, and failed to secure the railroad companies to provide tho damaging words of and concerning him tho requisite two third majority. There separate coaches, then tho next Legisla- and asks the above amonnt in damages. was a heavy numerical majority in favor ture should make a law compelling them Hunt & Bishop, of Cincinnati, filed of tho change, but not quite tho Consti- to do it. Public sentiment is strongly in suit against the White Sulphur and Tar tutional majority. Thus is it the Church favor of such a change being mado. Springs Company lost week on notes agretains tho seemingly localising, sectiongregating $0,000. They ask a lien on tho al name despite the wish of the most of Thero is in session, in Washington Tar Spring property', and that it bo subher ministers and members. City, a convention of Representatives of jected to tho payment of their debt. The limitation of tho Pastoral term to of all the Methodist Churches of the NaWe will sell to tho highest bidder on two years, successively, was canceled by tions. The Bishops of the Churches tho first day of Circuit Court at tho court decisive majority of tho General Confer- North and South aro in attendance, as ence, in 18GG, at Now Orleans, leaving it also Representatives appointed by them house door at 1 o'clock p. m., ono horse to the discretion of tho Bishops how oft from tho Annual Conferences. Up to and buggy, ono spring wagon and 110 en a preacher might bo returned, annu-nll- date, tho English and Irish gentlemen acres of land lying two and one-haLand one-- , to tho same charge. There was a have done most of the speaking. Nota- pailes east of Hardlnsbug. reconsideration ofthis action, at the same bly among these is Rev. Hugh Price half cash and balance in twelve months. F. Monroo & Son. General Conference prompted by a threat Hughes, ot Ireland, who has become reRev. Sneed, the now pastor of the M. of resignation on tho part of one of the nowned for oggressivo evangelical work, Bishops, (Pierce,) and the term put at 4 enlisting many coadjutors, in methods E. church arrived last week and preuch- There was years, as it now stands. District Confer- varied, and some of them new. Ho de- ed his first sermon Sunday. ences were instituted by that General clares for widest freedom, in unity of a a good congregation out to hear him. Conference. Faith that allows variety analygous to His family will arrive next week. Bro. These incidents of change in Church that in natural phenomena. Simple one- Cox, tho former pastor, goes to Summerpolity are noted in evidenc ofthe fact that ness is tho basis of unity ; but unity, in set, Ky. the Church, South, has not been alto--' its highest sense, is implicative of such I have now opened a feed stablo in gather averso to change, and that her variety as is now expressed by manifold connection with my hotel, and am preturn at this woman question may not bo ritualistic, ordinal and sacramental ser- pared to stablo and feed horses at the as far on as Borne imagine Of course, vices. It is in recognition of this prin- usual price. Tho stablo is convenient to The News offers no opinion, pro. or con. ciple that different dominations recip- my hotel and parties coming in at CirIt is the province of the religious jour- rocate pulpit courticies so graciously and cuit Court, or at any other public time nals tho Church organs-t- o canvass such fraternise so heartily in worship. Thus can have their horses cared for. questions, and for Ecclesiastical bodies to far, in the deliverances of tho Methodist Boin G. Turpin. determine them. Tho secular press may brotherhood has this been tho thought Rev. J. F. Campboll, tho pastor of tho only state the facts, impartially, and then emphasized. Prof. Coke Smith, of lt M. E. church South, arrived last Saturstand aside bo seated and wait the "University, and Dr. Hoss. Editor day ovening. He had quite a trouble-som- o decision. of tho Nashville "Christian Advocate," voyage from Cadiz, ho and his have addressed tho Council, eliciting ap- family having been on tho way for over An able editorial on tho object and plause. The English and Irish aro giv- a week. Ho went to Webster last Sunpurposes of tho Farmer's Allianco in en to response more than aro tho Amer- day and filled his first appointment. He Kentucky appeared in tho Farmer's icans. will preach hero next Sunday. Homo Journal of last week. Tho editor Tho Oct, No. of The Roviow of ReTho county poor houso burned Sunday of that journal has recently withdrawn views" gives likenesses of all tho -- Bishops Tho origin of tho fire is unmorning. tho influence of his paper as the official of tho Churches, North and South, known. Tho building was a largo two organ of the order in this state, but ho and many of tho mora distinguished del- story frame. and somo what dilapidated. still advocates the true objects of the egates from homo and afar. It is a pity County Judge Adkisson says he will havo Alliance. Ho thinks the truo provinco for that exceptionally excellent, enterpritho paupers moved into tho old juil when of tho Allianco is tho mutual organizasing Magazine that tho likeness of Bishthe new one is ready for occupancy,' tion of the Farmer's together for op Fitzgerald, of tho Church South, apwhero they can remain until another and not to run the order into pears as that of Bishop Haygood, and poor houso is provided. a political party. In this tho Journal is that of Haygood as Fitzgerald. Tho samo unquestionably right. A great number received tho appointMr. Logan-Tatmistako in the case of Bishops Key and of farmers understand the purposes of ment as Deputy U. S. Marshal lost week. Wilson, interchangeably. the Alliance and would bo glad to see its The position is a paying one Und will principles maintained, but the attempt give Mr. Pate almost constant employHow's This ! on the part of a great many to makoout ment, Tho district which he will travel of it a political party ' has drawn good Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Roward over embraces somo eight or ten counties. men from the order. In this county last for any caso of catarrh that can not bo Mr, Pate has had experience in tho busisummer tho Alliance hoped to elect a cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. ness and will make an efficient officer. man to tho Legislature, but they failed F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0., His friends hero congratulated him on and it Is doubtful now whether they will Wo, tho undersigned, have known F. securing tho appointment. ver have another candidate in the field. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be Always use tho medicino that will do Tho people wcro not ready to elect a man lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi of that kind, They preferred to elect a ness transactions and financially ablo to tho most good, and for kidney and liver man from a party that had a history and carry out any obligation made bv their troubio, Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy is the best. Messrs. Gracy & Had-dothat had all along professed to redress firm. tho grievances of tho farmer, the laborBarlow, 0.,eays : "'Wo havo handWest & Truax, Wholesalo Druggist, er and the mechanic, and to secure all Toledo, 0. Walding, Kinn & Marvin, led medicines of different kinds for years and havo never handled anything that classes equal rights under the law. This Wholesalo Druggist, Toledo, 0, is Democracy, and it Is what tho people Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally equals Lightning Kidney &Livor Remunderstand. No secret organization can acting directly upon tho blood and mu- edy. Ono of our customers has been hopo to prosper if it branches out into cous surfaces of tho system, Price 75 suffering for years with kidney troubio, politics tho first jump, as the Allianco cents per bottle. Sold by all druggist. and has used a great deal of kidney and liver cure, but did not receive much, if has done. any benefit. He finally tried Lightning To Gas Consumers. Suit has been brought at Frankort to Tho Cloverport Pipo Lino Co., will Kidnoy & Liver Remedy, and will use enjoin the public printer and Secretary nothing else. Ho says ho would rather of State from printing and issuing copies furnish gas to their customers at the fol- pay the prico for it than to take the othlowing rate per month commencing Oct, of tho new Constitution on tho ground er for nothing," For sale by all dealers. that the convention had no right to re- 1, 1601. Cook stoves, dining room and sitting vise the instrument after it hod been ratiMcElrce's Wine of Cardul room stoves or grates $1.50 fied by a vote of the people. Bed room, parlor and all occasional and THEDFORD'S are Mrs. Chas. P. Moorman, of "Louisville, stoves or grates $1,00. for sale by the following merchants ia Lights 30 cts. each. and aunt pf Mrs. C. W Moorman and BrMkearWce Count 1 Jem w'Owea Ctarwoert Mrs. F. M. Smith, of this city, 'died last Stores and shops special price. Gas O. W. Short, Olevwjwt. Wednesday on ( board a ship while' en furnished only on written contracts, and BraahaarJfcLay, 8iphmport. , ' WIK k all fires charged for unless disconnected routa homo frtwn Europe. The ship M4r, Hwaleibare, J.J. JkrH, UU Star, a very heavy gale and the whether used, or not. fright aaiwed Mrs. Moorman's death, H. A. Orlxk, Stipt. Bay the Moaareh shirt, It k the best. -- ht Titer is much being said abbttt. the y disordetly twndact of negroes ttpou ears, about having separate eoaehes for them. Now, it kthe"eoo!e"asuual, who are disturbing the peace, and reflecting discredit upon the colored people; Down with tho '"coons." rrsll-wahigh-tone- d A HOUSED LOT? BU DO You Want at The "Ladies Aid" are anticipating a successful evening next Friday and are confident that every young ruan will come and escort his best girl. It has for its object, the rellof of tho poor and unfortunate of our own little city. Dr. Cottrell preached us one of his grand, brainy sermons last Sunday, and we feel inexpressibly sorry for any ono who missed tho great, treat. Ho is an advanced thinker and his broad views 61 Christianity and humanity ate express! va of a big heart and a cultured brain. A lady not long since mado a remark or rather gave mo tho impression that a married woman with fivo or six children naturally could not bo Yery highly educated or cultivatedor In other words she regarded them as quite uninteresting. I havo been thinking about it. Woman's work seems to mo to be tho "sociatlues tion" of tho day. A man has said "women have to bear o tremendous trial which men do not bear in tho birth of all tho children of tho world in tho nursing and education of them, thoy havo to give up a great deal of timo and they ki j havo to dony themselves many satisfactions which men tako of course. Thoy have among other things to keep much at home. Let us, then, give homo life wholly into their hands. Let us obey Whatever mav be vour taste vou their directions and" wishes in its princican And a satisfactory stylo and a ples, methods and details let us fight As administrator of tho cstnto of satisfactory price at for them, work for them and provldo for them then they shall not bo called up- T. N. Warfield, deceased, I will on for provlsious, out door work or bat- offer for sale until November 1st, wears a A (5ood Dwelling? head thatmay " a crown have philoso been sound phy in ye olden time, Do You but uncrowned heads A Tobacco Warehouse? are very uncomfort able these days. True, styles in crowns have All located in and changed somewhat near Cloverport. If and this may account. so now is your chance for it. It is now the privilege of every sov ereign citizen of this Valuable Real Estate free land to wear a high hat or a low hat, ES&L0T8 narrow or broad brim, hard or soft, round or square, or perchance That must be a straw hat-th- at symbol of summertime serenity. A Talk on Hats. "IJneasy lies the Want SOLD Tract of Acres Goodman & tle." lf y, ing every energy to provide for them. Cloverport, near the John Hardin Could we have bo many intelligent, proAlso minent men If married women wore "not place, with improvements. mmwlm1mM cultivated," Aro 100 acres Woodland lying near the "highly educated and r.AW we not tho mothers of all the smart men? above tract. This is fine land, proJ I to 600 horse power. From d woman who, duces well and will be sold at a I wish tho contempt upon the married bargain. looks with DO GENERAL woman with fivo or bIx children could Bee down in tho depths of that heart, BUSH how many prayers are uttered for those precious children clinging to her skirts, Manufacture Engines, Boilors, Saw and Grist Mills, V how full of tender loving charity she is In Hancock county, near Patesville Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo "Machine, " to tho wholo world, how utterly devoid with improvements, occupied at Keep in Stock New and Second-han- d - back-bitin- g Machinery, is, this time by Ben Shadrick. that mother of gossip or This Sfflnm nnrl TTnrwT j. ... how she loves every little boy in tho is also a fine tract of land with good uuu T,.m. n.. mm T n umyo, uuui -- J jjuauier .dwiuiix, ,' ; land on account of her own little boys Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Braes Oi improvements and suitable for a a truo mother must necessarily bb a supPipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine V. erior woman. She must oven be a law- small farmer. Abargain for some''' : And all kinds of Mill and Machine SuddIibs. . body. yerfor is sho not called upon every MfPRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory? ':'K'--M hour to decide tho rights of property, " then of course she is a judgo ; also must uorresponaonco solicited. . ,,- stM ' Mfl ' , sho to some extent be a physician, for r3.TT7-TT- ! TTQ A f A -- r T-- l. -- w i i all tho little ailments that beset the childHii ren, I am thoroughly convinced on tho subject and I trust the woman who mado Near tho upper landing in tho city : the remark is also. of Cloverport, capable of handling I should like for some intelligent, thoughtful home woman to give us her near tho city of Cloverport : ideas on woman's work and sphere. I view of tho submay take a bellovo tho happiest women -- A ject, but I 190 aro those who aro at home training up a bunch of bright children, while tho hus- More or less of good land, lying on band and father is out In tho world bend- Clover Creek, three miles from one-side- 1891, at private or public ealo, the Farmers' following described property in and $ Rin'5 & Uecbanics' Shoo Clotting Jouse CLOVERPORT. KY. d HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- & BRO., 7 East Main St., EDGKEDSnEJS; AND cold-hearte- 160 Acre Tract FOUNDRY MACHINE Tii.. 6il, -"i One Lot with Large on it jj -- a. wc..l,l ,"', 1 ,K"3oTJ3aHawCsircc.J OF THE STEPHENSPORT, School commenced Monday, Mrs. Lee Isaacs is in Owensboro. Mr. J. T. Hanks went to Cincinnati Saturday. Miss Ada Hanks was at home from her school Sunday, Prico's floating opera was at the wharf Monday evoning. Mre Wilson Jarrett returned last week from Owensboro. Mrs. Lizzio Paulman returned from Cloverport last weok. Miss Daisy Wadlingtou, of Union Star, is attending school here. Miss Lula Hall, of Louisville, is tho guest of Mrs. A. T. Bennett. E. II. Miller was in Louisvillo lost week attending grand lodge. Miss Bello Toyis, of Richmond, is .the guest of tho Misses Hawkins. J. II. Lay and Dr. L. Goldstein attended tho Owensboro fair last week. Mrs. Chas. Wadlington arid Miss Georgia McCubbins aro on, tho sick list. Mr, Gordon Moorman was in town Sunday, guest of Miss Emma Mosloy. Mr. Conrad Deppe, of Glcndeane, was in town Sunday tho guest of MissSalllo Davis. Tho lost week's item stating the marriage of Mr. Caleb Hawkins was, an error, as 'twas Mr. Caleb Hallv Mr. Marlon Wcathcrholt and sister, Annie, were visiting their grandmother, Mrs. R. Reynolds, last week, Mr. Andrew Pcrrigo returned home last week from his work in New Albany very much crippled up caused by a fall from a scaffold at tho glass works. a million pounds of tobacco. i ' One House and Lot Van-derbi- in said city, fronting on High street running back 400 feet to Houston or Railroad street, with a two story dwelling and L and other outbuildings, occupied at present by A. S, English as a private hotel. fflardinspnrl.'. Normal . InstituH , SSMfc-'J- A Tract of 10 Acrei, of unimproved property lying within . n, tho porporate limits of Cloverport. Terms reasonable. Call on tho undersigned in Cloverport. . Monday, iLtiaust 31st 1891. The Spring term of sixteen will bgin Monday, January 18tn,"a" nf neVT" a "3n. lxiay Dtll,lt3 "riLL m v& ijLunuay, weeks Thfi Stimmm form nfrrlif waaIo tlV " i The FalHorm of twenty weeks will begin p t'L&i V .; -- i-- i e P. PEAIZE, Adm'r, T. N. WARPIELD, Dec. Also forsale one Tuition in Primary Course, - - - $i;0O,per jiiiemoniary uourse - . . . ". . . 2,00 " " Intermediate Course ,,. . 3.50 ' Other Coursoe ., . ;8.00 " All Tuition Fees must be paid in adwnoV nik8 othe; arranged. No reduction for absence unloes eauaed by ri&aeeg. TUITION FEES : j House and Lot in Stophonsport. Board can bo had in private familiea at $1,25 to 2.60 juuiuuiug iiiojt arm ugais. The Principal has had marked success at tliii point, and . 95 Acres . uu ux mo ywuinu wu nope aooieye a great dm ram. We of good' land on Bull Creekj "near pupils every advantage herejfcat they can get at my-- school. r ,, iunner lniormation auclreea John Ahl'e, withimprovoinqntB. . r-o- BOARD: ,im 31 Yp piJ -. B. P. SHACKLUTT, Prin., LAN0 FOR SALE. 97 Acres of good land, very well improved, near Cloverport, on the Pateyille road. PUBLIC SALE. I will tell at fMU Mk , HARDINSBURG, K SATURDAY, OCTOBIK iUh, WU - " j wm ffrlsnd.SBtiW.wsii5.-- i if CS Ob mj pralf, all my tok, MMittiag f vw, ww Bomaawaa nra or Joka i nlae head of borm and ubIm, IVc ad bmy, daaamd. About 13 aaraa A Saggwtiem Unions and of varloae societies awl organisations being very much in vogue, induces the writer to suggest that a union of in the State Legislatures of Kentucky might be pleasant and profitable, ibis Include all connected with the' various Legislatures, from olerk to page, and also Delegates to the Constitutional Convention. n The Ualoa to be MA dariag the sitting of ' BLACK-DRAUGH- T tlM'aextLegWaiare. n ' v. . ww namtaa vita oak and wvwal young oattte, to. AM My fatwiBg iwpIsoH, two wagom and mm Mggy; , ad all naaoaaafy oat balldigJ?P All mm of 37 and und.r eatb ia MM, all HBt Tr tbat twelr. mootlii Mu wfth V wai raaioaabl, addraaft imriiy, bwlng nr oat. InUrMt. M, E. BUKKWSBBIM with improvement in Hancock I will Im ofr my form for eefctktlnf LeUODDOld, 184 aorM, ittuatod county, two milw from Cloverport, of HaidUibarg , Xbeone and-- It half aillai firm o' wll bat alibi lasting (prlsga pa it, and on the Pateeyille road. M and 1W ami of valaabltr Unbar. Tarnw tf LAH0JF OR 8ALE. ' " farM BW4 Icmwr on day f aala. Terms reasonable, Mutt sell A ward H itava'aad tlwbar sm, aojas awi TbU farat Hat la Braokaartdn im haad watart of tha bwMdarr of tinbw Llak aad to pay debts. Call and e me, - l,IwlH Uk plMtara labafon tka day of bum treat wa fa. N. Lou ration, i W, thawing. ttaibar and boaadar at any tinia. Ooma and fat a i fnnn. it i aaii at a WfgaU dataralaad to aaii. Sal to traata to att purabaM), fw 9 o'aloak. aooiBMnoa at w. wiPATBICK TAFP. fy Hardlaitarf, Ky. wm CL0VEKP0RT, KY 60 Acres "" a !, ltwr w(t4, at m - p. Tnujju; hrlim wm vkJ$-M"- 'i ..-- .-) .ificE mi &. u, ii.'vatz.-- ' 09, A nfeai" r &.: cjj- j..', iMi: ;i-- ,4 1 ..' i . ,v t K.v.r. LT.K. ..lVifcfeSkf! ri:-- ,.1.J'-- ) itmhMM ' vi Watkins and Mrs.. I), Mn Dr. h. iiahuoge Kjrnt a vory pleasant day last dsy. 0 I udy with Mr.-an- d Mta. . I- - dark, Jtnlgo WoolfolkvWut the city last rtuwrnw. week. Mr. Jasper Dyer was called to the Mr. EHlsWImp attended tho dwells-borofai- r. Forks of Bough Monday to see his father, 'Squire Thos. Dyer, who is danueroosly Hints, l.ouibille, was in the ill with dropsy of the heart. city Friday, Mrs. A. K. Fisher andAHiene Murray eider and wnt to Bock Lick Monday to atttend the upThe week. vinegar factory startid iK. last e marriage of Jeaii, daughter L. D. Addison, of Addison, was in the of Mr. ami Mrs. Eli I)eaa, to Mr. Jesse Both the method find result whn Ilsward, which occurred this morning at city Saturday. Syrup of Figs is. Ukcn ; It is pleasant Mr. T. J. Williams, of Hill Grove, was 5:90 o'clock. refreshing to thetaate, andacU Two kilns of splendid brick were turn- in town Monday. " gently yet promptly on tlie Kidneys, Clmrlio Cftsperko wuh in the city Sated out at the brick plant last v, eek. Tlio Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysper cent of vitrified brick w as larger than urday and Sunday. tem effectually, dwpels colds, head- any yet burnt and of a superior quality. The city was crowded with people on , achea and fevers and outv habitURl The management is very much encour- County Court day, constipation. Syrup c" gs ie the aged and are now confident of tho suconly remedy of its kinu ever pro Joo Phillips arrived In tho vicinity cess of the enterprise. duced, pleasing- - to the taste and acSunday from Memphis. ceptable to the stomach, prompt In The Temple Theater htOwcnsboro was When a passenger gels on a boat now Hs action and truly beneficial in its burned last Friday afternoon, together it is day after fleets, prepared omy from the most witii McCarty's drug store and Marguis Johnnie and Addio Ditto botji spent Jbtalthy and aerceablo substances, t saloon which wcro in tho theater buildf. it! many excellent qualities eora- - ing. Tho building was owned by W. T. Sunday at their father's. made it- - Ellis, W. N. Sweeney, J. J. Sweeney and . mud it to all and have Warren Richardson, Louisville, was In & most popula- - remedy known, at $38,000 tho city County Court day. John Gilraour. It was valuod , 8yrupofFift j for wile in 50o and insured for $10,500. Mrs. Jess Clarkson, of Big Spring, was . tad $1 bottles bv airieadinirdrug-'fistsIn town shopping last week. Tho resignation of MissSallioMatthotra Any reliable drugnst who o Dr. Max. Willctt and wife,Ekron, wcro ay not have it on hand will pro-'!- ? created another sensation in the muddle in this city last week. In tho city shopping Monday. it promptly for a,ny ouo who Bight on the heels of her resignation Do not accept '.Irishee to try Mrs. Stove Hardin and litfto son, are came the news of Capt, Hilly Aid's ap- tho guests of Mrs. J. D. Hardin. substitute. fay pointment, which was also a surprise to tALIFORHIA FIG SYRUP CO. Miis Bertio Richardson returned to many. Capt. Ahl has not yet received her homo in SAM FHAHCm h OAL, Louisvlllo Wednesday. jwrnitu, xr. his commission and the matter rests hew york, n.r. Tho game law is out, and the voice of quietly, while Miss Henley still holds Ml, Mi..: tho breech-loade- r is heard in tho land. tho fort. Mr. Jim. Hawcs, of Louisville, visited Mr. J. Vic Culley, who arrived last his sister, Mrs. D. W. Lewis, last week. weok from his homo in Florida, to visit Mrs. Jock. Cooper, of Louisvlllo, is his family, is still hero and is enjoyOgUx' nDr. IVhtie's old Mand up ttairt. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay. ing his visit very much. Ho eays the OL.OVBPORT. KY. Mr. Bud Mclntyre and li. 0."Rawlings town shows a marked improvement in business and grow th and ho is agreeably attended grand lodgo in Louisvlllo lost S. S. surprised to see it. Tho News, ho says, week. has kept him posted all 'along as to the & Ferd McGeheo and "littloglrl," Irving v - tn WTa1 door to Breckenridgo town's growth and progress, but be was ton, visited relatives in tho vicinity last F.Xy 0MMCB Vfif,. not looking for so much. Weok, cjioverport, JK.y. ,rv j Septemborshows an increase of busi- - Mrs. Laura Caldwell and Miss Lida ness at tho "Texas" depot this city of Tulbott, of near Bfg Spring, wero in town $750,oyer tho samo month last year. Monday. OCTOBER 14. 1891,' The whole amount of business for the II. B. Livers, of near Gusotn, spent month was a littlo over $3.S0O. The Friday night In town WJ tho guest of H. 0. amount of freight bundled during the Rawlings. H?v LOCAL t: BREVITIES. , jC month was over o,000.000 pounds. jpcjiulfKl for freeh oysters.. Mr. Harry Boll and Miss Eva Corrigan Supt. J. K. McCrackcn was very much Apple narrow lor mm v. u. luunm. pleased with tho showing when his at- of Guston, spent Sunday in town with J. Am. Jonkn went to Louisville Sunday, W. Lewis' family. I 'Wtilie lfyrce went to Louisville last tention was called to It. It shows anMrs. Tom, Hamilton and sister, Miss other thing that this town in spite of the back road which has cut off a big Barbara Shacklett, were in town shopTf itn IMnljivitdNi don't, fail to call on portion of her trade, is now doing more ping Monday, Bcifried. Dr. J. A. Rawlings and brother, Over-tor- i, Jordan fc Co., for furniture, cheapest business in every line than she overdone . spent last week visiting friends and before. laoelntown. t A citizens meeting was held in Fisher's relatives at Big Spring. jonian s Below Zero Are tnapricesai Hall last Wednesday night for tho purHon. Chapezo Wathen is nt homo restFuraHore Ilduss, pose cf devising plans for the erection of ing up a week before tho opening of Cirifcr. Jas. YY. Lewis, of Brandenburg, waterworks. The. meeting was well at cuit Court at Hardinsburg. l in town yesterday. SrA avntus served in any stylo at 0. tended and tho sentiment for this much Tho "old hickory" floating saw mill was universal. touched at tho wharf Saturday, and is Spltitln, confectionary. needed improvement wero appointed to secure now sawing over at Boon's landing. WCW 4 lO UW WHO Ul will iuui- - Committees VBy plans and get estimates on tho cost, and fine boy. Tho man that originated tho expression sco what could bo done in tho way of "One half l.Vlfnnu wcjw wjrwwD .,v tho world doo not know how securing stock in the enterprise. It is to Mln any style ou short notice tho other half lives," was not a citizen of lf(t, Fred Solaer, of Louisville, was be hoped that tho gentlemen will push Brandenburg. Mr, Julius Nolte last week. the work to completion and secure for this Don't fau to notico that iiow piece of Hawesville, died of town something that is needed more &1r$"$Jfc Brooer,,.o The saving in the, cost furniture that Nevitt & Gough havo just jKrfceifiiaonia fever last Wednesday night. than anything. of insurance alone will rooro than pay had put up in their drug store, It is quito Tue frame oi t.JN. iruuys new cov- - tho interest ou tho cost of the plant. By an Improvement. tag on Second street near .the city hall all means let us liavo works. Miss Llllic McGlothlan, of Irvington, , . , fWtfwiotoan et yjQ- -, are we leauers ,in iurm-. - Circuit Court begins at Hardinsburg visited at Mr. Christ McGehce's in the next Monday and tho following is the upper bottom Saturday and Sunday, reK'HJBWt t every oescniMion, onetiper man Commonwealth's docket sot for tho sec- turning home, Monday. SfciSJSieapsst The Hon. B. P. Willett is vory nnxlouq ond day of the term. The docket is un'OB6W- - Taylor, dentW, will be at ' usually light all tho cases on the criminal to mako overy day count in his school docket being set for ono day : Com. vs so that ho may teach out by tho time the one" week. John W. Condor, striking and wounding Legislature couvenes. Lyddan anT wife, Webster, I '' " This is the season for putting up stoves "jlfH bere last week to attend the mar-- another ; Com. vs James Robards, carrying concealed a deadly weapon ; Com. vs and the man that can placo ono and fit nsu. o ntss jaia jflpni Jas. all tho joints of pipe without swearing ; iitn..r. aiU An wHv ftr lllfltltlllv nV. John Steal, samo offense Com. vs Turpin, selling liquor to a minor ; Com. inwardly at least, can read his title clear. Bete tt Jordan ft Go's Furniture IIouso VsTliomasGannaway,detaininga woman It would bo well for thoso persons that Otompott, Ky-against her will ; Com. vs Jeff. Prior, purchased the lot selling liquor to a minor ; Com. vs Jas. aro in tho habit of "prcambulating" t.Ou Brown has Mi rniuWia Mr. J. T 'Castle's. Hampton, C. D. W, ; Com. vs Frank around with dog and gun to notico thoso ' little boards that eay "post U' at once, 'I" WwUl Itutld-oWhite, selling liqnor without liccnso ; on." smallest boats have to carry two Com. ys Sam. Harrison, murder ; Com. Tho low water is not without Its adbarges along with Uwm to "light" thorn ve Frank McKinney, grand larency ; vantages. It has enabled tho boys of - over the shallow places )n the riyCr. ; Com. Com, vs Kid Jackson, C. D.-this rugged city to lay them off a nice vs James Thacker, C. D. W. ; Com. vs ball ground out on the Moorman sand A. B. C. In Furniture. to all John llaffoy, mantaing a nuisance; Com. bar. Attave vs Charles K. Robertson, forgery. Below in price Tho river is actually 60 low that Bran" fcUiHui to please. Jordan A Co. denburg is nearly out at the railroad and UNION STAR. JikeRooney,fl Jormercitiawn of tuie it is far down to Clmrlio Moorman's Mr. Hickison, of Pellvllle, was in town wharf boat that it looks liko it is over in Jibeottappolntwiaeputy warden Frank- - Saturday. hiltosriort penitentiary Indiana. Mr, D. S. Ricliardhbn went to Hawes3 Wo will promiso eternal silence and In Hooas. of Henderson, and ville Thursday, consider it a "treat'' If tho editor will let Edwin, returned aoine.' Mr. J. M. Haynes attended the fair us into tho secret of tho attraction at Cth t after a pleasant yisit to Mrs, J. at Owensboro this week. and Jefleraon street and the peculiar mm. Mr. Sandy Hendry was the guest of charm that rests like a halo around Mr. Immt tried De Witt's Little Early MiSs Dora Gardner Sunday. Dolph Matthows. Mr. R. C. Richardson spent last week ttrs (or conatlpation, billiousnesa, sick On Friday evening quito a number of or you would not have these with hie brother in Louisville. the young ladies and gentlemen of our Mr. R. W, Graham spent Monday with by G, W. Short. burg met at the residence of Mr. and his cousin, Mr. J, 0. Cunningham. Sterling, Xans., is at Meador, of Mrs. Woolfolk's, where they were very Mrs. W. T. Tevis, of Richmond, Ky on visit. Koscoe is a regular is visiting tier sister, Mies Mat Boot. pleasantly entertained with dancing. ipf to the News and says he Mr. Luther Argabright has moved Into Mrs, Woolfolk is ap untiring hostess and the house recently occupied by Mr, Wm. understands the art of making timo fly a't do without it for $10 a year, now prepared Black. tjfcjte Ricketts is rapidly with the young people. Mr, Hargis. of Rome-- , Ind,, was the lung up stairs in the Ukl The many relatives and friends in this of Mrs. Slinnie O'Neil Sunday and Bank opposite, gulser's londayr community of Mrs. Sua Waller, of i made cheaper than ever Miss Elisa Braehear and nephew, loft will be pained to know that last week, for Louisville, where they ex- she la now very ill with typhoid foyer t the entertainment at Fish- - pect to reside. at that place and is not likely to recover. R. B. Cox and Mr. 6. R, Cox r niskt. The ladles Three different gangs of horse traders relatives ppiasonoe. it is a worthy visited Sunday. in Louisville, returning city have, been home and fortune-teller- s laWdbe largely attended, Miss Malum Cashinan returned home within the week just passed. in the Hay-deJack tisoniy iu cenis Sunday after a visit to her uncle in New the big Irishman, and his troupe, r pretty wedding oorurrod in the Albany, Ind, who were encamped around on the river Miss Pink BickeUs was the guest of t Mtithoulst churt-i- i law Monday SaturStephena-por- t, front, were the attraction all day Mr. Tbos. M. her sister, Mrs. J. T. Hanks, r at 9:50 o'clock. day and Sunday, He had some boises; Saturday, .ftposulat young clerk for the JMrs. P. 8. Riebartfeen pent a few day that wera not tul animals and made HnmUoton-sndi- ss ifsWsWnM at home this week returning to Louis- some trades here, oao w uur m mv it- - ville Thursday. fv iMWBIiwWP"1'" Wm. Allen, who lias just returned from Mr. Hubert' Braner was the guest of lattWwMuU yiu"g ladies, were tne the asylum at Anehonuje, was attacked oT LouisTka ..Mimfriv uraa his cousin, Mr. Willie lyma's, M ' e if Mv.v.w-&fWteW1t hJImi by the same obi trouble Sunday, ami ville, this week. nttam oy Kev uranaon in me pre. Ackerman, of Rome, Ind., will haye to be returned. The multipliMr. Hugh tofaiarxe party of friends and re-- was the guest of Miss Belle Haynes ed afflictions of this poor farajly recently lminodiaU'lv afUi the ceremony Thursday and Friday. have been heart rending and the people and sister. iappy couple left on the train for Mm. Philo Hawkins Monday. Miss of Brandenburg and vicinity should Jn (J1o. know that, here is asplendid opportunity Ule where the) will spend a lew Lillian cCrrwaon, spent L, r honey inoon. Thej will verport soopping. charity, Master Charlie Cashman spent several to exercise christian klfld go to housekeeping in days with bis uncle in New Albany, Ind. r The people of Kentucky may make Kajmld'a- house, which is week, returning borne Sunday. fi Vasy were the re- - last June Haynes returned bomeuu-da- y much of the present bounteous turnip Mr. crop for' it will be the last one. The onpy eongratulattons after aft absence of five HMr.ths on and useful the State Geoloatosl Survey, undjtr Capt. ly time to sow turnips is oariy In themowing of the day of tha August elect- LF. II. Batter. wSfs MC Week Uarttf Sam Com ad hif lot WJ Ho ltiteudh to build him A IM4 lie une-liaff- -'j Lftt UPSW' Hi m T vfftj tJ"C 3 iton told ' No rain yet, and Cisterns are dry, Mh Pearl Ditto returned homo Fri BE'CAREFUL 4 If ml W r . ,F J i, T "J Tv a " ' . . f VlI -- ' t .'J pgrehaM 6t Clothing fo, In all things, and especially so in the qasjiBM imtmKmmmmmmmm nmt-- deception and lannbuggery yourself or boyB. There i so ( aaa iaassssa awansBBejasi h nsja Hey in tha Clothing business those days that it Tmtrohrzo pay to be orcfttl and for only Iioubob with a long-eatabUih- riiiiion Wins-Anni- honesty. Wo point with pride to our record, and invite our A jid friends and patrons in the three Falls Cities and gummnoling country to sco our great stock of Men's, Boys' and Children Clothing all our own manufacture Overcoats, all colors and prices. Such a one as BAD st Josh Billings had, for example express solid chunks of wisdom. SPELL! may often -- We guarantee better goods See our medium weiglit and lower prices thnn any other house. ALL SIGNS FAIL They would keep To point out the advantage of doing your trading with us. ft sign-popointing in all directions, so manifold aro they " ft '1 post-oftlc- eO!l Reliable" Clothieis Oor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. -- I T k IN DRY WEATHER pt heated term, in wet weather, Like the in warm weather and in cold weather, wo have something just suited "to tho speciaLrequirement of tho hour. Wc havo an good stock of anything you may want in all-rou- Ladies', Misses' and Children's it BPhysicianSurgeon. Dr. J, M. Clayton, mmsm ion. and as the new Constitution lias "knocked tho August election Into a cock ed bat, up go tho turnip crops. Had this been thought of a few months ago, tho result of tho vote for adoption or rejection might havo been different, and Walter Evans and Silas Miller would now havo been out of a Constitutional job. Quito a large crowd both ladles and gentlemen assembled at Moremcn'sGlen Fount stock farm last Saturday to witness tho "Wilkes" colt show. As is well known on this farm is ono of tho best Thorouclt, Tracllwl Instruction. GraduCatalogue ate insisted to pontoons. KKEH, WrHeto College, Bmnl & 0" REEFER JACKETS, JERSEY CLOTH JACKETS, ASTBAKM ' Mon Mm LOUISVILLE, KY. OT,UK CIMS.Etc McQUADY. Physician jbk. Df. Watkins, Surgeon, ISreckenridge News. " fokttM jwpv MC-WtKj- ft School began nt Jolly's Bchool-hous- o last Monday with G. S. Wilson, teacher. Farmers are done cutting tobacco and are proud that they havo a fino color. Hon. Wm. Miller, of tho Constitutional Convention, was in tho vicinity lest week. Lyons & Bland, merchants at this place, went to Louisville last week and purchased a full stock of goods. The timo of year has again como for half-mil- o tracks in tho state, and tho tho Superintendent to visit schools and Morcmens havo some lino and fast Jim. Millor is happy as there are several Tho peoplo wero entertained feminine teachers in the county. horses. for Borne timo by nice trotting exhibitions Miss Ella English, of this city, was by two year olds, making splendid time run a "scrub" married last week to Mr. LaNeave, a for colts, after which was wealthy farmer, of Tennessee. The race or two gotten up in tho crowd, marriago was a quito one, only a fow Then which wore "bum" to an extreme. friends being present. They left immedcame tho colt show. Out of several good iately for nn oxtended visit to the east. entries Henry Lfvers, of Guston, capturcash, with For Sale. ed tho first premium, $50 in Ono sllde-vuh'engine, cylinder 12x24, a colt that was a living beauty and could not bo beaten in any ring. When tho iiKgood condition, and a good engine. blue ribbon was tied on not a Voice said Ono boiler 24 feet long, 44 inches in dia"tako it off." Richard Shacklett, Wolf meter, good as new. Ono 25 horso powCreek, received second prize $25 in cash er boiler mounted on w heels in good conwith a colt that was sdcond only to that dition. We will sell either or all of the of Livers. Could tho people throughout abovo cheap. Chess & Wymo.vii Co., this pennyroyal section onco understand Louisville, Ky. orrcalizo that a hundred dollar horse will cat his head of ten times ns quick as Its Excellent Qualities. a thousand dollar horso will, then thoy Commend to public approval tho Caliwould sco that there is actual economy fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. In raising good stock, there jwould bo It is pleasing to eye, and to tho taste and more farms prepared HkoMoromen's and gently acting on the kidneys, liver and all good horses would reccivo a better bowels; it cleanses tho system effectually patronage. This w ould elevate the grade thereby promoting the health and comof horses usually kept through this sec- fort of all who use it. tion which Is greatly .needed." O OYBRC'QATS SEE, COME AND fc Men's, Youths' and Boys THEM. c.i .. m . - ,!.. ''tMatki a. CL0YERP.ORT? fm, "V-aa- a.' GET THE BEST. Tho Best is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Best is good enough for tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man always wants tho Bent Groceries, and buys them of Hj. 33. 300DEqEjft.3ST, knowing that he always keeps the Best that tho market affords and retails them proper prices. at ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. latmajo Wb jsf ,- iijUlMt; The undersigned administratrix of Ben. Hardin, deceased, will on Friday, November 13th, 1991, The Cash toro will give you more At the late residence or the deceased. Sell the personal property of the decedent, goods for dried fruit than any house that consisting of horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, soils on aredit. corn In the field, bay, tobaeco, one buggy. Terms of Sale All sums under five dollars Yes, Mr. H. you paid him in a week hand, for turns of fire dollars and over cash purchase $2.50, for a notes in nftqr making tho with good security bearing Interest from shoo that ho sold to your neighbor at day of sale, due and payablo in six months, will be required. $2.25 Bpot cash. The Cash store w ill sell M. E. HAHDIN, Administratrix. shoo to a dot at $1.85. you tho samo Como and see. It Is strango that mon will bo so Mind to their own Interest. Rare BEWLEYVILLE. Wanted Everybody to know that thoy can Bavo big money by buying their Stoves from us. Wo carry a largo and well selected slock of Business Opportunity Cooking and Heating Stoves, And offer them at low figures. We can mako you special low prices on Step Stoves and Drum Heating Stoves. Our ine of Cooking Stoves is the' well established w foot-squa- re n W. ' fiif Hop-kinsvill- e, f M. n, ?'" j n-- K - V Tho Cash store has been running on tho uniform low price plan for over two years and somo porsons will yet go to credit houses and suffer themselves to bo talked Into paying suck prices as tho above. At tho Cash store the goods aro all marked in plain figures at tho lowest cash rates and sold to all alike. If it buys your produce it will bo at a prico as closo to ntiotations as possible, to cover freight and commission for selling and will bo paid for in goods at tho' samo as if sold for cash. The Btockof boots and shoes Rememat the Cash is just immense. ber tho geuuino Milwaukee grain goods in men, women and childrens wear. Calls special attontlon to a Jargo assortment of men's over shirts, white shirts net shirts and an extra quality of Sateen shirts. Of neckwear n largo and beautiful assortment. Ladles not vests, corsqta and a handsome assortment of heavy cotton hose for winter wear In both ladles' and children's sizes. Miss Emma Hodges, after havingserved along apprenticeship 'under a fashion-abl- o iiiantua maker, of Louisvillo, now offers her services as a faslilonablo dress She cuts by measure and will maker. make you a neat fit after tho latest and moat beautiful dcslens. Buy your dress goods of the Cash and havo Miss Emma to make them. If you want a good wagon buy it of David Johnson, whoso superior work in this lino is now well attested by the large number of patrons who have bought and wagons. 'I'ney are. used his ow a make light runners, durable and aitlstic in finish. If you want a nice pair of shoes or boots made that will fit your foot like a kid glove, go to ,Mr. James Twitty with Stlth Brothers' and he will please you to Mis prices for new work and a dot. mending an quite reasonable, George P. Pant, the. old,, reliable, and Peter B. Paul, with 'Johnson A Drury, are both unsurpassable in home shoeing and in blacksmithing generally, Mr, Q, P. Paul, as a manufacturer of garden and field boos can't be excelled. Try hinu Peter B. says he learned under him can make them just the samtr ,. Wanted, a pa try with capital to take an interest In a commission, jobbing and manufacturing business of high character, long standing and established trade, at Louisville, Ky. Address All communications confidential. M. Hobeits, OSS West Main St., Loulsville,Ky. SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH . , &7 Pair Warranted. For Sale by A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician Prescriptions Receive Careful Attention, the finest and most ponoctly constructed Lenses KNOWN, and aro peculiarly adopted to correcting the varloiw visual lmporfoo-tlon- s. A trla of tho KOHiNOOft will convince jrouthay aro FERftCT SIGHT REN1WERS. THESE W0NDEI1FUL LENSES Aro tho result of years of soIenUflo and aro now plunod, owing to tlielrsuporlority, preeminently nbovoovory thing heretofore produced In Oils lino. Til y aro acknowlodKOil,hjr experts to bo qxpor-Iraenttn- ff, ANCHOR " BRAND ' Every Stove that goes out is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Our line of 0L0VEHP0RT, KY, MILLINERY. PARLOR STOVES Como and see. . Is especially attractive. I Please yourself and save money. .r Jiua tZZ v L B, F. BEARD & CO., ABr .iJ TiTlilf I 38ciifc-v:r- Hardinsburg, Ky. 7 TOBACCO. WHISKEY HIG-- H FLYERS. apk Mral H. V. Dumcan has just re osiveda large stock of the latest pattern in HaU and Bonnets which may well he termed the High Fly era of the mmou. Although "away up in point 'of beauty, they are very low in price. dfe "Yaw weM Mre expct one of wr age to in mMI en the I do t j- - Is oftoo uod M medleino, l wto nwo IU Ik arsott twiP"' m .ueBeeiBMiM i fMHat, )bii miowtmn I bare Uor uwn, fer rarity of tko. artiolo is of KoaHMfcT iWliWoT of ajpot my Mo. I. W Unor a r"r MMrf. 8aww, wallao ic Co., aad la all MtlOMl MMlhktiOB. Tko mooW of Ml Mr R tar tlllory y ofeWod dlrool to tho totntt Wm that Him sot tanner kM bad u rttUaatWn, m4 bare lllxwally a4rM4 nt all moom Usroack bo mUUIo anon't kaouli, to ko CkMWNMN, ll MMHint aataoiL ooJotosl. and wMm4. times, ana Wit om Unlr a , lat-ut'- s to New Turk, tkeiofce, Wo tko wirWM that I. wkH the Ulwoao wm to Mid la ttt nkoolafc nwft by Wklakor nail kava shtop4 tkonMadi of kegtketMts, 1 wilt to skip to MMart. WUm, kit Agonta. Million A Co., New Yotk, any iaUooo roMOMiblo for nnrkni. on wklck. If dostrod BKAV1N POFHAM, goto Ajr'U, nsoaat will bo advanotd. 31UjstVy T. V. DViCAM. 9Ui.' ta rK skip) pi4 tj &.. . Wt L - ,L ""rir; J f Breckenridge News, gPAvT OQIOBBW 14t 1801, T! RUSSIAN mmmmua. am cmCUMUOCUTlON. Improvement (. - Projoete' I'iiMIo Service Are Killed, It'the nmni-AeJtiy kr; w ' 's! reason why changes that are tkturable, that are in the direction U eotaoniy, and that apparently would. TASTETOR POETRY. TH taj no ot, are not made In Roasia ia m AlMr tttscoTere Hie Lwr one of tt most' pwaaliiig and exasperating things that are forced upon a travelas? Verse at the Age of Flrteea. er's attention. In every branch of the Jt would be ittterestiBf , were ifc po to know what proportion of peo administration one is constantly g ple really curd for poetry, and bow the upon abuses or defects that have tore of poetry came to than and grew in lone been recognised, that have been them and where and when it stopped. commented upon for years, that an apModern poetfl whom one meeta are apt parently prejudicial to the Intaiasts of to aay that poetry ie not reed at all everybody, and ikat, iinmrtbdw, eat Byron's Murray eeaeed to trabMeh poetry tinue to axM, in 1880, jut wheTeayson and Brown-laIfyoaaekfMexplanMioaoattoA.W were striking their preludes. Prob- in Siberia he refers yo. to St Fetaasbarg. ably Mr. Murray wis wlae la Ida gen If yon inquire of the ohlaf cf flfc prima eration. departsMBt in St. Petersburg ha tolls Bat it ie aleo likely that many persona you that he has drawn wp a "pnfcct" to even now are attached to poetry, though cope with the aril, bat thatthls "projthey certainly do not buy contemporary ect" has not yet been approved by the verse. How did the passion come to minister of the interior. If yon go to them? Hdw long did it stay? When did the minister .of the Interior you learn the Muso say goodby ? To thyself poetry that the "ptojaeriiffrirwaiireliminary came with Sir Walter Scott, for one appropriation ef nuiaa-ev- en although read Shakespeare as a child, rather in a Its ultimate effect aasw be to save money kind of dream of fairyland and enchanted awl that it oaemoi be carried into exIsles, than with any distinct consciousecution wiUioet.tba assent and ness that one was occupied with poetry. of the of finance. If you Next to Scatt; with me; canie Longfel- follow tba iftliiwtor to the minister of 'project" low, who pleased ode as more reflective rmae yxm are torn mat nos ocen Bent and tenderly sentimental, white the re- bftflfe titrtttgh the ministerit of the interior flections wero not so Seep as to 1 t ftf4bef of the prison department for 1 remember how "Hiawatiia' rWcHtioh.'' came on t when One was a boy, awT.bow ?lti yoti still persist in jour detormina-- , delightful was the free forest life, and ftaa. to find out why this thing is not Minnehaha and Paup'ukkeewk and M " ione, chose tho modified komis. One did Rot then" knwUt VM through the prison department, the same charm, with a Tyet freahar 4w minister of the interior and tho minister upon it, was to Triet one of finance, to the council of the empire. Kalewala. But at ttettt tin Thero you discover that, inasmuch as no conscious pleasure" in jpbetle atyle, certain senexcept in, such ringing vetWiia Soott's, ators and generals, who barely know Siand Campbell's Ik attnftfclsjtiiiptgees. beria by name, have expressed a doubt The pleasure and enoJtwtt of stylo as to tho existence of the evil with which first appealed to me at; the age of the "project" is intended to deal, a spefifteen, when one ra4;ftc;the first time: cial "commission" (with salaries amountSo all day long the (jefei'eCfeattlQ rolled ing to 20,000 rubles a year and mileage) AiaoBg the dhhiuWmbm ))' tbe northern scm has been appointed to investigate the man by man, Until Kit A'fiisJsr'S Tes, subject and mako a report Had falls la Ljtotteftte atxkt their Lord. If yon pursue tho commission to SiNext I tried Tennyson, and instantly a new light f poetey dawned, anewmusio beria and back, and search diligently in was aadtble, a, new god camo into my the proceedings of the council of tho emaaedWy.of a" Pantheon, n god never to be pire for its report, you ascertain that tho dethrsM4!f,l'Men scarcely know how document has been sent to the minister feeaeeffjilgire is," Shelley says. 1 am of tho interior to servo as a basis for a aoavi&eied that wo scarcely know how new "project," and then, as ten or fifgreat! a? poet Lord Tennyson is; nso has teen yeJlrs tiavo elapsed and all the origVawde him too familior. Andrew Lang inal projectors are dead, everything bo- gtno over again. At no stago of this fScribner's. sttun-bHng pu'a-riing. The death of MUfer WilMa, the Georgia evaajeUats revives many Interesting Ha was certainly the queerest charwter-tha- t ever preached tha Gospel at a camp BMatiag, at which places be Was jrea-arafound. His para and holy life, JfoweTar,wtaiambdelfbrAlL Btrtabont Ma He frequently stopped fllli.jilli fcl ita etraetr, and phtHttng tytiiMtrtJI front of them would announce m WwUbg and then dliappear, ItaMng the man or woman to preach the aMjtoO io his or her own1 liking. for inetasee, he on one occasion Bl J ,77j a .stopped! a stranger and shouted in hie HLHI I V Mw, ''This night thy seal shall be required of thee!" Willie vanished, But a1 year afterward he met the man In another city. Willis' had forgotten him but the stranger knew his man. Approaching liim he extended his haad.and said: "That text you shouted out so strangely to tne on the streets of set the to thinking. It was the, means of my conversion." On another occasion, a dark, rainy night in winter, he passed a crowded hotel in tho city of Charleston. Men were lounging and smoking in the lobby. Willis opened tho door, but the little figure in chipping garments attracted' no aHention Suddenly, after rapping loud K. on tho'lloor witli his heavy stick, every eye was turned toward him, when Willis His Rooms Crowded. Everybody said, "There won't be a man in this liouso alive in fifty years from tonlghtl" Satisfied, and Many Praise And he slummed tho door and went ont BRANDENBUBQ, KY. Him. into the night. Some time afterward he was apr THE preached by a young man on a street car, who introduced hiui3elf by saying: al have long desired to meet you and to thank you for saying what you did in the hotel lobby one winter's night Your Which It bothering tlic heads of Statesmen and simple matter when a words huve been ringing in my cars over ordinary mortalsIt.isAllvery need to do is to make you understand one one dollar do the work of two, mid the problem since; and 1 am now n Christian man. is solved. The beauty of this theory Is that pracAtlanta Constitution. tice is the best part of It. You'll thinK so when . you tee. the immense N'ew Stock of Fall and Do Witt's Sarsaparilla destroys such Winter Goods we arc offering at the prices. poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema DRESS GOODS. rheumatism. Its timely use saves many a cents for English 11 abet Cloth worth to i 12 io Scotch Diagonals worth 2J lives. Sold by G. W. Short. visssfc-s5 pieces Ilnnnock Serge at ioc worth 15 10 pieces 3 4 Serge all colors at aUsriee ooaowning bis life aed methods. 0d V'.'.Ti sWW'SU -- fetttiJMh f A'SMtnllnt ... " L'J'A .L ' '.p;V;MaMIWMMaMBaMIemiMaiWMBaMIMBSiaMMMaBmMMmaMmMBBMMiMWJaMMBMMMla ttafto: ut GE0.YEAKEL&C0., you-ma- y "proj-'eot- lsUecf-fttsfe- e m'hd Financial Quistion aet i t- -i A Child Killed. ,f,l20ar child killed by the use of opi Another ates given in the form of Soothing syrup. At no stage, probably, can you find an Why mothers givo their children such official who is opposed to the reform or deadly poison is surprising when they who has any personal interest In defeatcan relievo the child of its peculiar trou- ing it; and yet the general effect of the bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. clrcumrotatory process is moro certainly to your project It contains no opium or morphine. Sold fatalamount of reformatoryand actlvothan any opIntelligent by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and position. The various bureaus of the Witt A Mendor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. provincial governor general's office, the chief prison department, the ministry of Colm Show That the Umbrella Ii Old. the interior, the ministry of finance, the On coins in the rock carvings of the ministry of justice, tbe council of minisancients the umbrella often shows its ters, and the council of the empire confamiliar form. This goes to prove that stitute a huge administrative maelstrom Jonas Hanway did not invent the um- of ignorance and indifference, in which brella, but he saw the value of the east- a "project" revolves slowly, month after ern sunshade, and soon it became the month and year after year, until it is fashion to carry this useful article. finally sucked down out of sight, or, perThere must be great difference between haps, thrown by a fortuitous eddy of the umbrella of tho eighteenth century porsonal or official interest into the great and tho modern steel ribbed, silk cov- gulf stream current of real life. George ered, slender article which is regarded Kennan in Century. as a misfortune to get wet Irish Times. Don't storm the system as you would a no Knew. fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, A young woman was trading in a gontly persuade it to surrender with stationer's shop and the elderly proprietor Do Witt's Little Early Risers. Tlieso litsuddenly asked: "And when docs tho wedding tako tle pills aro wonderful convinccrs. Sold by G. W. Short place?" "The wedding? Why, you don't think" The Toanc or the Sea Devil. the fair customer blushed and hesiYou may find in the sea devil a curious tated. "Ah, miss, when young ladles buy a illustration of nature's system for adhundred sheets of paper and only twenty-fiv- e justing reproduction. Tho cod lays' sevenvelopes, I know there is some- eral hundred thousand eggs at a spawning, because nearly all of them must thing in the wind." Exchange. necessarily bo lost while floating on the waves and those which hatch' are mostly A medicine to meet the public favor devoured. But the sea dovil, which promust necessarily have merit. Lightning duces but n single young one at a time, re Hot Drops has been before the people tains the latter in its belly until the infant for several years and has grown in de- creaturo is from four to six feet in mand each year. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, of length, so that when born it is able to Lima, S. 0., Bays : "I have been sell- take care of itself and is in no danger of being ing patent medicines for a long timo and ington destroyed. Interview1 in WashStar. have handled nearly all kinds, but have never found any remedies equal tho Go to Short & Haynes r "0. C. C. Lightning medicines. Lightning Hot Certain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Drops aro wonderful, and lias no equal." Colds and all Throat and Lung Diseases. All druggist sells it and wants you to try Tho greatest remedy known for Chills, it just once to sec. 25 cents and 60 cents Fovor and Mnlara is "0. 0. 0. Certain bottle. Guaranteed to relievo or money Chill Cure." Sold by Short & Hnyne. refunded. luillun Name. A station not very far from Pittsburg, on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, has the good old English name vt Soho. In announcing it thero is no opportunity for the brakemen to disguise the word, as he is too apt to do with the names of other places. As a train neared the town not long ago the word was distinctly shouted, and a passenger was heard to say to tho man sharing his seat: "flow many towns in this part of the country have Indian names? Just think of it Soho, Monongahela and all near together." Y5othVCom-panloDn-quesn. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Mr. J. II. Hunsche, tho Foreman of our Tailoring Department will visit Cloverport, overy Friday of eacli week. Ho will carry with him a full lino of Samples representing our Stock of Pieco Goods, which comprises all tho desirabio Standprocess can you lay your ard and FancyStylcs introduced this seahand on a particular official and say: son. Ho will bo pleased to moot you at "Hero! You are responsible for this. above place and dato and reccivo your What do you meanby it?" odrer. Respectfully, S. L. ' JfA.t. Tf.t- AT..1... it...... lford Cords, Chevron Camels Hair, Dublin Cloth, plain and plaid, Diagonals, plain JamestoWn, Tricot, Serges and Hlnnncl plaids at prices that defy competition. A 7- lll.ick Henrietta Cloth at n-.- DRY il Price 60 cts. For Sale by A. FISHEE. alH WB r'TarjllTllBWBBLM!BlaaM WmSmmKmmmmBma SBJImmmfSWmM. BK. Lw ' IT IS THE It is a positive Fonfo Feed. - BESTll ; U - It is tho only onoin'adethttt'is a Force Foetid; ;. It avoids all guess work, " v It is guaranteed to sow s i- "- allkirids phosphate.' " ' f Jit? mm m Try Our Dryer Feitilife w. W & JOLLY, $.- M. vY Farmers' Supply Jlowie, t. - HARDINSRIIRfi " ir-v- MMnsjMHsspC' mt J. B. JOHNSON, DKALEK IN -:- - GOODS -- : and -:- NOTIONS v ! j lot fancy dark Dress ulnghams at l.o worth 15 Wc carry a large stock of flannels In plain checks and.plaldu at lowest prices. 4 20 pr white lllankcts at tl.2) worth Sl.co. 1 10-- Dest Standard Prints at 5c. Id bales Hoosler 11. cotton at 5c. 5 piles round thread checks and ttrlncs at 5c. All Illcach Cotton at Mill prices. 35 ps dark French Ginghams at is worth 20c. IHlw WW ''tSI Groceries Hardware 1 5 ConfectioBerii ears Old. '', y iillZ Sulzeu Perfect action and perfect health result from tho uso of Do Witt's Littio Early Risers, a perfect littio pill. 'Sold by G. W. Short. All woo) hcavv lllankcts at upwards. l ps Twilled Towllng at 6 worth ioc One lot Damask Table Linen at 14c worth 40c. SH flannel skirt patterns at 99c worth $1.50. 14 Jersey l'lanncl skirts at 7jC Worth ii.i;. Ablg line of French Outing rlothi at 8, io, IJC. Chevron Outing at i'i worth 30 cents. u 10-- 4 ' ' 1.75 3.50 nnd " 3.00 DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist, And in charge of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of the Medical Insti tute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, PURE LIQUORS, from One to Eleven Tfio Alr'i Trnrnparency. One lot Ladles and Misses Jerwys, sizes 31 to 36 Unliko fog, haze commonly occurs at 35c worth 75. 1 1. 00 and $1.50. worth l2i-500 pair Fast Black Hose at 8 during an unusually dry state of the 50 patterns French l'laid, all wool, no two 3alike ldwer stratum of air. In considering a 1 00c per yu worm 00 cents. Sec its cause, it lias been suggested that the. dress. these goods if you want a nice and stylish ssiaii quantity oi noniransparent matter 35'dot. corsets white and black al 75c. worth . f 1, required to produce tho dimming effect I'ancy colored handkerchiefs at 4, J, andSi-tcDon't buy at other ttores, substitutes should always be borne in mind. If the what you see advertised at GKO. YKAICKL for & eye can observe tho change that comes CO. oyer a drop of water when tho fifty milBOOTS AND SHOES. lionth of u gram of fuchsine is introI lot mens boots nos. 6 & 7 at ?i.2? worth 3.35 duced, possibly a weight of water or An extra all leather heavy boot oto 10 $1.47 dust not much greater would suffice for Our Omn' Boys Hoots no 3, S, at ?l,'2 worth 1.49 visibility in a column of air 1,000 feet Sec our .brand "All Hlght" brogitns at 5c worth I.3J. long. Tho nir is at all times charged L. S, & Co., glaze calf shoe, the best shoe In with dust particles to a. degree difficult the market, $1.75. ' shoes and boots all grades lluell .V Sons hue at to realize lowest nrlces. Lady's calftshoe, buckskin lined, button .or Tho purest air tested by Mr. Atkins front lace. ? anywhere else 1 .75. when making It's measurements on the All our lace shoes which were soldat $1.15 now top of Ben Nevi' contained about 84,000 go at J1.30 W'oiic Itevy unllncd shoes 74cts. dust particles to eiwh cubio inch, which CLOTHING, would give 83,'232,000 particles to every cubic foot, or 85,232,000,000 to a horiIn this department we excel all our previous zontal column of 1,000 feet This being efforts. We have all of the novelties In fine worsted black cheviots, dlagnonals, Harrison tho case, it that a condensa- casslmcrcs, Imported casslmcrcs.-- . 75 Suits assorted patterns, well made, $4 98. tion upon a small proportion of these or a momentary adhesion by electric attrac- These goods are wo.th anywhere f 7 to $3 : see them tion would EiifTico to produce tho optical 40 pair Gents' Pants, shaded, nt f were sold at effect called "haze" or "haziness." St la(I Overcoats In great variety: "" Louis Republic. Our prices are the very .lowest 1 1 OUR GREATEST BARGAIN. Cloverport, Ky., m Leading Brands of Tobacoo arid Qigari 1 k! CHOICE WEVES: Monday, Oct, 12. '91 And Ilcturii Every Pour Week During1 the Year, Legitimate Orders accompanied by tho Cash will receive prompt attention. TTAR.'nT"Nr-RTTT?.-.- . Dr. Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country, and has no superior in diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities. He will give ip (or any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located in five w,,, . . TTV Afcj., .' . V minutes. Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and CHRONIC Diseases of tho Eyo, Ear, Noso, Throat nnd Lungs, Dyspopein, Bright'a Disease, Diabetes, Kiunoys. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Pemalo and Sexual Diseases. V lOi' M IMI ..m I Middle-Age- d Mmmuri A Positive Guarantee. Young and Men ma-tur- er Please call and sec us Kress' Liver Powder tho Great Gorman Remedy is suro to givo Batisfaction, of imitations. Price 25c. A. Jt. bc-wa- ro Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY., , Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impoteucy as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In years and other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, debility, neryousnes, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, nre permanently cured by remedies not Injurious, "RCKltoWN- FOR 1ST YE ARS A5 THE Bt&T REMFDVFftft Pure . V .r.,j.--ov" ltierea'ni-f- mC. ....' i6.rMtujUW;rAYLDK MED.TO. T t niHC M - A ?URE v CURES NOTHING RUT r Pfict . flwt"W ," .- i .jtva YOUR No city store ?? grocers ot the country handle Mu uiuui iu ine great VM.w. ovumiut cuau ueutuae ine nesr nnnviftvire. not not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damawl '' man me nine saving in cost, it your 6.wuiv.i not keep SAPOLIO tell him tovvakt m. If he offers you something els6 when you ask for SAPOUO tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. w Fisher. Why lie Totik Down tho Fire Eacape, A local hotel keeper gives.a qneer for not having a fire escape from a bedrooin i'n the second story. He says Mint ho had One placed there a year ago, but the first two weeks three boarders skipped their bills by its means and then bo had it takon out Springfield Republican. ox-cu- Blood & Skin Diseases To Advertisers If you wisb and need Instruction, send one dollar A lor our "Hnnlt fiVr Ailnrilun Uttle study of that book wfll enable you to decide what yon ought to do, and givo an Idea of tli 8 probable cost Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fall ing of hair, pain in the bones, eruptions, etc, are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o u ne aoesnt L-- ,.J fi behind the ace . Keep IU bAi-UL- . - in stock. . to advertise People with impure blood may bo said to cxist,not live. Life is robbed of half its joys when tho blood is loaded with impurities and disease. Correct this condition with Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, it is reliablo. Sold by G. W. Short. A Deaf Mute Conr. . Alexander Skerkoff, the Russian veterinary surgeon, reports the case of a deaf mute cow. She Is 13 years old, of Algava breed, belongs to a Russian nobleman, and has never showed signs of hearing or beea known to bellow. See ing that other cows bellow, she tries to imitate tnem, stretching out her head apd opening her "mouth, not, however, producing" the least semblance to a sound. Two of her offspring have been curiously malformed. One had its toil directly between tho eyes; it lived but a week. The other is a full grown cow of 5 years, with bar nftdar in her flank, about eight inches from her backbone. Lee'donTjiyMto. If "O. O. O. CMam Cough Cure." is not the beet remedy you liave ever used for Cough and Colds your money will, be refuatW. Short A Haynati; aiiulo or the Sphere. The origin of this everyday phraso is sufficiently interesting to even .bear retelling to thoso that already know it 'Pythagoras, the Greek philosopher, while exporimonting-o- n the vibrations of tight drawn strings, discovered that strings of certain lengths produced certain notes. Ho then illogically connected tho seven planota known at that' timo with musical notes for the reason merely that the radii of the seven spheres, in which, ac cording to then existing notions, the planets wero set, were of unequal length and therefore (?) produced different) nbtos. Thesenotes ho dubbed tho "music of the spheres." This music was not supposed to bo caused by the friction of tho spheres in the sockets in which they wero set, as Is now currently thought, but was produced by the vibrations of their unequal radii. New York Recorder. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho blood, increases tho appetite and tones up tho system. It hasTjonefltted many people who have Buffered from blood disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. W. Short Natural Ornaments and Playthings. The seeds known as Nicker beans and Bonduo nuts, species of Guilandina, are oiten usou ror oraceiets, necklets and rosaries, and are very ornamental when capped and set Baskets and other fancy articles mado of thorn are very common in most museums. There are two species, Q. Bonducella, the seeds of which are of a gray leaden color or a slaty olive green; and G. Bonduc, which are pale yellow or orange colorod. In the Malay Archipelago these seeds are used as counters and playthings by children in place of marbles, and on the Qambi a in playing' a game called warree-warreIn Bom. bay, Strang upon red' silk, they are worm by women as a charm, and aiso'iri Egypt by women and children as amulet against witchcraft and sorcery. Chambers' Journal; .111 "We cannot afford io deceive you. Confidence i begoltea by lumeety. DeWiU LitU Zariy H(aM are pifte Utt will AiknuU haMau A alAli laAl.a.1.1 , Sold by Mm e. Bt It is said that Alexander Rankin, the Scotchman who succeeded John Brown ns Highland scrvnn'. to tho queen, has obtained almoNt as marked an influence in the royal household as Drown possessed, lie is the iMTttoual attendant of tho queen ca every jourury If at noon eye, or night your bones aro sore and aching, and you feel tho chills are into you creeping, call on your druggist for a bottld of Yucatan Chill Tonic. Prico 50c. For salo by A. R. Fisher. A remedy for creaking hinges is mutton tallow rubbed on the joint A great many locks that refuse to do their work are simply rusted and will bo all right if carefully oiled. If you to place a certain amount of ndver. tlslna for .you In. tho way we think will do you the meet good; you shocii:' send an explicit statement of what you wish' to accomplish, and ihake mutable arramrttraents for payment. Your order wfll then receive all tbe attention that it requires. instruct uy other Injurious drugs, Gonorrohc.i, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatment that has never fatted. lie undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Remember the date and coma early, as his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited and confidential. ADDRESS, .. stota-keeperd- oes "- - HEnicAii A SunaicAL Institute, No, 309 Fourth St., Louisville, Kyi tsk my aeents for W. L. JJoujlns Shops. not far snle In your place nsk your enlcr to mcui! far cutnlouitoi secure the ngencr, and net tlicm for you. OTTAKK NO SUBSTITUTE. a It pays to have the bett If you wisr ai? aJverti5?rrjer?t prepared and a plan of advertteiBfir marked out t to be toW what papers you should use, and what the cost Will be. Wa Will fnrntAli'ftininAirai. tlsement and the plan-eit- her or bptb,and submit them for your consideration, togetaw with our bill for tho service. THE A, W JoneB, J. LATK ALKXANDBk8,HOTKL, " ;inuvuwji'M KlSiyoVAD flRMHKPID For preparing atM,S.fi0.Pr, Day. , v.u. jeueison, center ana ureen pppowU. JLUUISVILLE, KY. AND IMPKOV3 Court-H St, aclvertisjerrjerjty, WHY IS THC After a full meal, uso for a good digester, Kress' Liver I'owder. Prico 60c. D VTv In thia .bfr leak, I sothlngImB eordially says J, IloJWr, ot Syrocux, N. Y., Is Pastor Koealg's Nurvs Tonlo, txieauss tny son who was partially paralysed throe years ago and attacked by fits, has not had any symptoms of them slaee lie took m bottle of kus remeay.' i moscnearuiy tnank lor It. Br. Louie, Uo.,.Mareh 2,1891. BeAUslnft&s amount Of god Faster Koealg's Nerra ToUo has' doe ma, I fel it a duty to ewKiy to lis good qoaltUev: My Berveasooss was eau4 by Isgbov habit and OMOStiW. saioMag, bAvloj (hmo stf for uwsl raan. The Sett of yott saadtslaal f4t lasasVilatstv. m I sto usd wbot coMM ail trvabUnc aod ubms1bss bad disanssarod, and I Mt well, sWpsoaod aui-- a foil at smbtsisnaad Ui, world, The Beat Remedy i 0' 1 iti electrotypes and asUraates the advertiser pays us. For the expense of auvorusemenia ana watcn-in- g iuwiiik fnlOllment the of contracts we ore paid bra commission allowed by the publisher of the paper. In which the advertlsemebt appeurs. J Sullivan, J. JL. Marshall; Clerks. .m Mm: W i LOOAV If you warjt to Icarrj all' tho ins and onto of advertlslntt without any cost or srouble, read lniKTBB8',IK rasruUrly, carefuUy, studiously; Issued weekly, 5 a year. If Vfln Willi n. nnmnlnta KaLolnmn ' all newspapers, send 86 for the American Newspaper Directory. For any further Information address W THE VYMLO FM THE MNCYr Is seamlsas shoe, to hurt tho faott ruaUe of the bast One oair, atiilHi aad easy, and berauM'tM mate or thtif dJKtt praAs fbiA any it sqealaband; suwkI shoes costing from 5.5 to fS.00. j?S hpe ever oirirod for ta)j quaUKreS THE " rt W. L. DOUGLAS PtJWIPURiTV UASLhR $3; SHOE OBMrPISwWM PRODUCE COMMISSION BEST SHOE MEmM It a with no tacks or wax thri t WM. CXSf.KK. 0.. Hi FUstPHMY. "f Bvaal " BUTTER- - AND o(wrw(Aurr, au second Streeti between ... 'iwBpnoniivjttiiigi THEL0UJSVILLE4STTL0UISAIH (L. I.ABT. L. R.R.) LIWE. EGGS A SPBOIALTY. Main and Mi ,A hoviayiwt oi GEO. P. ROWRIJL AV Hewpapr WvertWBi Bwmii, 10SWM8T., NeWYOTK. C., khsW'C'i & '"Ntotr'.sm t erer offered st this niMiumia grade as oas- (onmaaa sboes oosuuc from ti.HO to MM, an neoi Farmers, Railroad Mn' w auu Lettsr Carriers all wear thsmi MAflAir. laiism1iAA0 smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extes)' . One sun mu.-oalr will wear a vmr. BO wtterho ever offarsd at $ J,ne prices ou snai will "wastiuwShoe for comfort and i convince these wha a . stRd- - sk(.m- FOa t are very sfroi Hark tTri&.'tB. have glvun them a trial X SBOSS SIM sia.mi mad WmM3W" worn by the hnii iTrywiiiai tfcCy sea on tMr laerlts. askak die locreaslosf siUes saew: . ' as A a ; shoe m BANK 9' elf nul sanssrun. m T SH& MluJW'an.TiJtVLrTaaadTuT; Jrio tieat-- ee Ladlest lJ?. that srsa fit Louii, UTkniilli AND SHORTEST, QUICKEST IMTTiIXi Tf- AMD ALL FOlXn hm?Jhtm4.MaU;:im. rewxuiwwd it a as MesUtBt'BWTe - KORaXriBBir BOVVMIR V ?laa?',ata?ka. HAMBL1TON W7 L. Smutas tusM aad "et and ftN-M South-Wei- t. OapHaJlteamooO. ; li ' Tj.it 1 YwTfX X9m ( vHw luwlMtBwiVi7C OLOVWtPOIlT' KY, De"Witt' their nieriU. IJttle Early Risers dou't gripe, cswme nausea or pain, which aeoounts for.tbeir popularity. 6. W. Short says they would not run a drag store without theae ' ttta pills. iLf, mHAm a.a.iW '" jB,..ijl LewUrUle Si4l rs an. tewe 'nuw Onre.M Sold by Short Frontwraaant indications Malaria will be tki vwn fU the Gulf vf Xexieoby th mm uanqwrort'-U- t ia w, uanam turn & msmsa-- Ihyeitite IfaMvlUe Sltl far in " ...;iae, " ,.., ......... ,.kK p.,. mja,. MHAaoPmliUt. P& MILLHE, Vie.- . vjtaNS Sil! v, y ?'ifa ym rWtfcsr UfersaatioH, eaU t"tfitH, M. U. BKARD, Oaahrw. MORRIS K&&ID01 ft. U. JOLtT. 1 y m.t.oMonnt, Hayae. 0.y. .. KdCNIO Js10. OO.. Ohloso, III. dtatrtMa. Af v tMstirilla, Ky. j n Tit. 9mt Aa J,tntmt ly . IMTEK8T PAID 0 xi ,A 4rV &$& ;.u: . -- 1 1' ll ' ; .