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Ithmilcl Kivc the preceilcncc oall ntlH ij(ftli)iu ill thi in nil of the inircluut j alms At sui.ccii. The truljr great mercliauil owe their iucceit to Juuiclou. adtertUiilgl. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1892. though, by a seemingly caielesa arEROS COMC0 TO STAY. progirss, turning their heads continually rangement of his heterogeneous garb, to Stare into her faco and at tho winkOnro n fcra ler, young unit nrtlran. ho had endeavored to conceal or abate ing baby in her arms, and at the To tli ctil't Krocmwxxl canto; the peculiarity, it waa sulllclently letter on her bieast. Knll of skill was Im nnd litnrtU-to Hester Prvnno that ono of this It waa no great distance in thoso days tu imrnnll of foiitliunil Knmoe man's shoulders rose higher than the Ant bi'tlmcn lioilintuui to two from tho piit-o- n door to the tnarko i:rji i.erclitnu In u trcu. other. Again, at tho first timtant of place. Mnsnred by tno prisoner's however, it might bo reckoned perceiving thnt thin visngo, nnd thq "WJiul strniiKu '"In! In Hint, 1 uoniler?" 1 lioimlit tliu j (mlli.iunl njirc ml liU unarm a journey of soino length, for, haughty Blight deformity of tho figure, shopres.sed B- Urn, clituklliiK nt tlio liliimlur, her infant to her looom with so convulas hei demeanor was, sho icrchanco unQuyly MftnirK-rw- l In re nnd tlicro. derwent at j agony from o cry footstep sive n force thnt tho toor bains uttered Do tils tlio nlniilc rlod thoso that thronged to see her, as if another cry of pain, But tho mother Could not imiire tliu hkIIophI. of her heart had been Hung into.tlie street did not seem to hear it. llliililiorliiK, to lili iuuI linuitrr At his arrival in the market place, Tor them all to spurn and tramplo tqion. Went tliu fnivlir In illsnmn. Ami (i)nllileil liln dlaiislcr and Bomo timo beforo sho saw him, tho In our nature, however, thero is a proWith that ( urlons hint tlmt itni iu woliitn save what springs from n vision, alike marvelous and merciful, stranger had bent his eyes on Hester CHAPTER 1. "Mnntcr, li ust limit utir litiril wholesome fear of tho gallows? That la that thu sufieier should never know tho Prynne. It was cnrelewdy at first, like THK MAnitKT IMACK. Of m III iHkm1 ii lilnlr' n man chiefly accustomed to look in- thu hurdret word yetl Htuh, now, gos-sip-st intensity of what ho endures by its presThognuw plot Uforo til) jail. "UcNXnl of Mm? Aha, mwt trnljl' for the lock is turning in tho ent torture, but chitily by tho pang that ) wurd and to whom external matters are In Prinon hmo, on n t'urtaln suinuicr Quoth tho tnantcr with npinllt'i prison door, and hero comes Mistress rankles after it. With tilmoht a tercno of littlo valr.o and imiiort unless they "And thou, too, shnll know- - him iluly morning not Josh than two ago, Prynno herself." dciwrtmciit, therefoie. Hester Pryuno bear relation to something within his Ihoilurt iouiiK, hut hliluauhllis wan oecnpiwl by a pretty large number i Anil nlil Krm will not fly Tho door of the jail being Hung wide piihsisl through this portion of her l, mind. Very soon, however, his look Krotn thy tirewnto hy ami liy of tjw inlutbltniita of Boston, all with open from within, there appealed, iu the J and came to a sort of scaffold at became keen and penetrating. A wriththeir eyes intvtitly fiwtcned on the iron nrst place, llko a black slirulow eiucigiug the western extremity of tho market ing horror twisted itself across his fea"I'or wticii tliou nrt minunhnt oIiIm Thnt wuno Krr thou iltiUt ho-- , damped oaken door. Among any other I into sitnsiilno, tho grim and gi izzly prea-ouc- o place. It stood nearly beneath the eaves tures, like a snnko gliding swiftly over Mcru fiiinlllur ami Ixililcr, of tho town beadle. Villi a sword of Boston's earliest church mid appeared them nnd making ono little pause, with population, or at a later period in tho Shnll (inulnt with thorn by Iris side and his stalf of oflice in his to be a fixture there. all its wreathed intervolutions in open hiHtory of New England, tho gtim rigidAmi w Leu Kiimkiimch thy way. hand. This personage pretigured and siglit. His faco darkened with some Murk my wnnl liu coiner toBlny." ity that petriflod tho bcanled physiognoIn fact this Fcaffold constituted a por-- Dnmnu Plclil In C'lilcmt"! Nowi! mies of UiChe gootl koi1o would havo represented in his asptct the whole distion of a penal machine, which now, foi powerful emotion, which nevertheless augurtxl BotiM' avrfnl businws in hand. mal severity of tho Puritanic codo of. two or three generaticiis past, has lieen ho bo iustuutjncouhly controlled by an Tlio Coliueli im it St)itln. effort of his will that save at a singlo It could havo Iwtukcned nothing whort law, which it was his business to admin- .merely historical and traditionary When Bottom was "translated" nnd ister iu its final and closest application moment its expiession might have among us, but was held iu the old timo of the antkip.itod oxocution of wmto to tho forth tlio to bo as effectual un agent iu tho pro- passed for calmness. After a brief sp,icc Introduced to tlio attendants of Titnnln notl culprit, on whom tho sentence of official offender. Stretching ho ho endeaoied to Ingratiate himself with stair in his left hand, laid his motion of good citizenship ns over was tho convulsion grow almost imperceptia legal tribunal had but confirmed the Master Cobweb by saying, "When verdkt of yublie wjiiliuieiit But in right uin tho shoulder of n young the guillotine among tho terrorists of ble and finally suicided into thu deptlis Good my finger I I cut will mako Iwld with early severity of tho Puritan char- woman, whom ho thus drew forward Frame, it was, in short, the platform of his nature. When ho found tho eyes that acter an inferunco of thia kind could not until, on tho threshold of the pribon of the pillory, and ubovo it loso tho of Hester Pijnnc fastened on his own you." To arrest bleeding tho applicaand saw that sho npticaicd to recognize tion of n cobweb to tho wound has long so indubitably be drawn. It mirlit be door, sho repelled him by an action framework of that instrument of disci markod with natural dignity and force pline, so fashioned as to confine the him, he slow ly and calmly tailed his fin- been a rural custom. Experience has that n aluggwh bond set vant, or an child, whom his parents had of character and stepped into the open human head iu its tight grasp, mid thus ger, tmulo a g sttiio with it in the nir shown that the gossamer of which the web is composed forms a very useful given over to tho civil authority, w:w to air, aa if by her own free will. She boro hold it up to tho public gaze. Tho veiy and laid it on his litis. in her arms a child, a baby of some ideal of ignominy was embodied and Then, toiuning tho shoulder of a st j ptic. hut a very fatal objection to its bo corrected at tho whipping tioht. It might be that an Antinomian, a three months old, who winked and turned made manifest in this contrivance of townsuinn v. '.o stood next to him. he use arises from tho fact that as an apQuaker or other heterodox religionist asido its little faco from tho too vivid light woixl and iron. Thero can bo no out- addressed him in n formal and courteous plication to an open wound It can never bo guaranteed as surgically clean, form rage, niothinks, against our common nn manner. waa to be flconrged out of tho town, or of day, because its existence heretofore "I pray you, good sir," said ho, "who ing as It docs a net for insects nnd at an idle and vagrant Indian, whom tho had brought it acquainted only "with the turo whatever be tho delinquencies of whito man's tiro water had made riotous gray twilight of a dungeon or other tho individual no outrago moro fla- is this woman and wherefore fci she tho samo timo for tlio germs of many an infectious ulsptiHo. up to fjiibUo shame?" grant than to forbid .the culprit tohido hero about tite atieets, wiui to be driven with darksomo apartment of tho prison. Evidence of this was produced lieforo Wlien the young woman the mother his faco foe shame, ns it wild the essence triCH Into tlio shadow of the forest It tho Liveipool cot oner J (60.VTIMT.U. J touching might !., too, that a witch, like old of this child stood fully revealed beforo of this punishment to do. tho death of Martha Knouts, who, folIn Hester Prynno's iustanco, howover, Mistress Ilibbins, tho bitter temiicrcd tho crowd, it seemed to bo hor lirst imlowing the tlmehonoreCl custom, had wilow of the magistrate, wua to die pulse to ttlasp tho infant clo&ely to her as not uufrcqucntly in other casca, her "April showers mtko May flowers, applied a cobweb to her wounded hand upon tire gallows. In cither case, there bosom; not so much by mi impulse of Bcntcneoboie that she should stand n was very much tlto samo solemnity of motherly atrection, as that she might certain time uiou the platform, but aud wet feet make bad colds, but Light- to stop tho bleeding. Blood poisoning demauior on tho part of tho sj.cctators; thereby conceal a certain token which without undergoing that gri'M about the ning Cough Drops will cure any cough, followed upon its application, and this was wrought or fastened into her dress. neck and confinement of tho head, the hoarseness, or croup. Mr. Jno. Casey, terminated, unhappily, in a fatal lasuo. bh bcflttwl a pooplo among whom religion atxf law were almoct identical, and in In a moment, howover, wisely judging prouoness to which was tho most devil- Zenia, W. Vn., says : "Lightning Cough It is not a solitary case, Tho principles that one token of hor shame would but ish characteristic of this ugly cnglno Drops is something wonderful. I do not of nscepticisin havo not yet become part whose character both wero so thoroughof tho intellectual equipment of the poorly servo to hide another, sho took "Knowing well her part, sho ascended a ly interfused that the mildest and sethink there is nny medicino iu the world people, neither havo its lessons succeedflight of wooden steps, and was thus disverest acts of public discipline were tho baby on her arm, and with a buntalike made venerable and awful. ing blush and yet a haughty sinilo, and played to the surrounding multitude at that will give better satisfaction. Will ed in overcoming piojudlce. London a glanco that would not bo abashed Meager, indeed, and cold waa tlio symabout tlio height of a man's shoulders do all claimed for it." All dealers eell Lancet. pathy that a transgressor might look looked arouud at licr townsiieoplo and nbovo the street. The unhappy it. A 31 niter of Oplnlim. neighbors. On tho breast of lier gown, culprit sustained herself an lost a woman fur, from such bystauders, at the scafSho had been having-fuwith Dudo-kiiifold. On the other hand, a xmalty, in fine Tod cloth, surrounded with an might, under tho heavy weight of a right along and ho mado up what elaborate embroidery and fantastic nour- thousand unrelenting ojos, all fastened COLORS OF WATER. Th which in our days would infer a decree mind ho had to get oven. It took tho ishes of gold thread, appeared tho letUr upon lier, i.nd concentrated at hei of mocking infamy and ridicule, might form of a brilliant and cogent conunfc filmjiln )lijc t Ixnimiii Thai Trotnl then bo invited with almost as stem a A. It was so artistically done, and with boom It was almost iutolciablo to be drum, wjioso answer Dudekiya thought t.i li Clilld, bo much fertility and gorgeous luxuriborne. dignity as tlw puhishmeut of death ithis limply "Is it not true, grandpa, that water waa locked ainconundium bosom. ance of fancy, that it had all tho ctfect Of an Impulhivo and paastonnto nature, self. "1 havo for you, Miss haa no tolor"" of a last and fitting decoration to tho sho had fortified herbclf to encouuterthe I( was a circunistanco to bo noted, on ho "Yes, dear child, It Is blue, but bo lit- Fannie," Bhe said, when ho saw her noxt apparel which sho woro, and which' wn Btings and ve onions stabs of public conthe summer morning when our story "Ah," replied, "what la it? Who qf a splendor in nccordanco with the tumely, wreaking itbelf in every variety tlo so that J on cannot stsi it," itscouTHu, that tho women, of whom gavo it to you.'" "Can you see that it is blue?" taste of the ago, Imt greatly beyond of insult: b'-- t thero was a quality so thoro wero seyural in tho crowd, ap"1 mndo it up "No. but still it Is blue. Look at bridling somewhat. myself," ho asserted, much iiidro terrible in' the solemn mood peared to btko a peculiar interest iti what was allowed by tlio sumptuary thlft,regulations of tho colony. of tho popular mind that sho loiigt-whatever penai infliction might be ex"Indeed' What is it?" I took a little ultramarine on tho end Tlw young woman was tall, with a rather to Mi old all tluvo ligid countepected to ctrhuo. Tbe age had not so "Why are my clothes liko tho moon?" of tho'brnflh and mi.ed it with water. figure of perfect elegance on a largo nances contorVed with' scornful merri much retiuctneut that any senso of imSho hesitated a moment and Dudckina "Does It look bluo now?" Bculo. Sho had dark ami abundant hair. ment and herself the object. Had a propriety restraincl tlw wearers of began to look triumphant. "No; I seo nothing." aid farthingale from stepping bo glossy that it throw off tho suiishitio roar of laughter burst from the multi "You may think," sho said slowly, nnd "Nor 1. But yfiu saw how I put a litforth into tho public ways and wedging with a gleam and a face wliich, besides tude each man, each Woman, each litDudekins somehow felt the wind sliptlo blue color In it with tho brush." being lieautiful from regularity of fea- tle shrill voiced child contributing their tlieir not unsubstantial porcons, if oc"Yes, but there was not enough of It ping fiom under him, "it is boennso thoy casion were, into tlw throng ncuresi to ture and richness of comploxfon, had individual parts Hester Prynno might havo a man In them, and you havo a Put more in." impiesMivencsa belonging to a have repaid them all with a bitter und Uto scaffold of an exocfltion. Morally tlw porfect right to think ua you please, but, 1 silently took thc.glnas and bet it on ee well aa materially, there waa a coarser marked brow and deep black eyes. Slu disdainful smile. 'Biit, under tho leaden Mr. Dudekins, opinions differ." Detroit fiber in Uioeo wives and maidens of old was ladylike, too, after tlio manner of infliction which it was her doom to a piece of white paper hi the bright sun- Free Prets, look from alioAO down English birth and breeding than in their tho fominlno gentility of thoso days; endure, she telt at moments as if she shine "Now must needs shriek out with the full Into it." fair deecetKhinta, separated from them characterized by a certain state and Ivwi Uil for Pupon. "It is blue," said die littlo one, dapthan by tho delicate, ovan-e$K- t power of her lungsand cast herself Leaves of trees woro used for writing by a series of six or seven generations; ami Indescribable grace which Is from thoscatTuld down upon tho ground, ping her hands, "but only a very little.'' purposes very oarly by tlw Egyptians, fbr throughout that clfliin of ancestry "Look at it from tho other side, where nnd probably by tho Greeks. Tho Hinnow recognized aa its indication. And or elso g6 tnad at once. OT"cry successive motlicr has transmitted novcr had Hester Prynno uppeared more Yet thero were Intervah when the tho sun Is shining Into it. Ih it not a lit- doos continued tlio use of this material to her child u fainter bloom, a more and briefer beauty awl a slighter ladylike, in tho antiimo interpretation whole scene, lu which she was the most tle bit red, like tho liell (lowers which until within n few centuries. Even at tho present time liooks of leaves arft not physical frame, if not a character of losa 'of tho term, than as sho issued from the conspicuous object, seemed to vanish j on picked yesterday?" "That is wonderful," said tho littlt uncommon In tho south of India and tho prison. Those who Jiad beforo known ft oni her eyes or, at least, glimmered force and solidity than her own. Is blue front abo o, a little bit Island of Ceylon. her. and had expected to .behold her indistinctly beforo them like a mass of ono. "It Tiro women w1k aro now standing Tho leaves of somo about the prinoti door stood within lous dimmed and obscured by a disastrous imperfectly shaped and spcvtr.il images. red tu tho sun, and when wo look at it Asiatic trees, from their sizo nnd smooth than lialf a century of tho iwriod when cloud, were astonisliod and even startled Her mind, and especially her memory, from this side of tho room wo see noth ness, nio admirably adapted for books. If wo may judge from tho iiiuno "leaf" tho manlike Elizabeth had been tho not to porcelvo how her beauty shone out was pretcrnaturally active and kept lg!" Think nbout It a littlo. Tho glass is being still applied to tho patior of books, altogether unsuitable representative of and mado a halo of tho misfortune and bringing up other scones than this But it is wo should imagino these leaves to havo ignominy in which bIio wius enveloped. , roughly hewn street of a littlo town on oa broad as my finger is long. tho box. Tltey w ore her countrywomen: it may lw truo that, to a scusitivo tho edge of the western wilderness; at least tlueo times as high as my finger, been formerly the principal material in and the beef and aloof their uativ'o land, thero wiw something exquisitely other faces than Wero lowering ujion her When you look at it fiom tho sldo, you use, Now York World. with a moral diet not a whit more from ticueath the brims of those steeple sco only a finger's length of water; but entered largely into tlieir compo- painful iu it. Her attire, which, inwhen you look down into it, you boo A CuiililliK Cllld, sition. Tho bright morning sun tliore-for- o deed, sire had wrought for the occasion, crowned hats. Ilcinluisicuccs tho me thiough three fingers' length of water-thr- ee "Oil, Tom, tho baby is bo swectt Toehono on brood shoulders and well in prison, and had modeled much aftei trilling and immaterial, passages of times aa much. Yon seo it blue day ho took off his shoe and throw it in aud school dajs, spotts, childish developed busts and on round and ruddy her own fitney, seemed to oxpresa the quarrels aud thu little domestic trnltr. from the side, and three, times as blue tho fire, and whon 1 told him that ho checks that hud ripened in tlio far off attitude of her spirit, the desperate reckwaa a Iwrd, b.id lwy ho only said Nah.'" island, and had hardly yet grown paler lessness of her mood, by its wild and of her tnuibcn years came swniming from alwvo, don't your" "Is that really truer said the little " 'Nah.' eh? Well, what do you think or thinner h tho atmospliero of Now picturesque peculiarity. But tho point back upon her, intermingled with recol which drew all eyes, and, aa it were, lections of v hatever was gravest in her ono, as she measured with her finger. I'm mado of money? That's tho second England. There was moreover a boldo that both subsequent life; pno picturo precisely as Sho nodded that sho was satisfied. ness and rotundity of speech, ninong transfigured tho wearor pair he's lost In a week." "Now imagine that tho water la as men and women wlio had boon familvivid as another, as if all wero of siqiilai "Oh, no. dear; it was tho mate of tho these matrons, no most of them seemed deep us tho height of the church steeple, ono ho tore to pieces," iarly acquainted with Hester Prynne importance or all aliko a, piny. Possito be, that would startle us at the' preswero now impressed as if they beheld bly it was an instinctive devico fof hei und deeper that it reaches from here ent day, whether in respect to ita pur"Oh. that's different isn't ho ,hor for tho first lime fas that scarlet spirit to lelievo Itself by Iho exhibition up into S.ilvan and down to Vernaynz. port or its volnmoof tone. Hat pel's Bazar. "Good wives," raid a hard featured letter, bo fantastically cmbroidorod and of these phantasmagoric forms from the Then you would see tlw wntcr from A lotlll; Jtiy, , damo of fifty, "I'll tell yo a piece of my illuminated urion her Ikkmmii. It had the cruel weight atjd liurdmu of tho reality. above it tdl bluo." "Is the hike, then, really ho deep?" Olive Thome Miller tells of n jay that mind. It would bo greatly for tho puli-li-c effect of a spell, taking her out of tho HYcs, and deeper." ordinary rotations with humanity and Lastly, in llou of.thebo shifting scenes, behoof, if wo. women, being of mature she once tamed, nnd that repaid her I will not coutinuo tho couveisatloii kindness with oveiy mark of gcntlo recamo back the rudd market place of the ago tind dmrh members in good repute, inclosing lier in a sphero by herself. Puritan settlement, with all ho towns- any longer. It went on with various gard. Tho jay nover squawked at hor "Sho had gootl skill at hor noodlo should havo the handling of such as this Hester Prynno. What that's certain," remarked ono of hor people assembled and loveling their simple experiments, beginning with dif- as ho would at otheis, but whistled genstern regards at Hester Prynno yes, at ferently colored stones, which I let drop tly nnd coojngly. Ho always got as think yo, gossips? If tho hussy atood up female spectators; "but did over a womfor judgment before us live that aro now an, beforo this brazen huzzy, contrive herself who stood on tho scaffold of the Into tho water, and then placed on the near her as tiossiblu, and did aa nour pillory, an infant on her aim dnd the white, tlicu with setting tho glass with kissing ius a bin! cm; that is, ho laid Ids hero in a knot together, would she come such a way of showing it? Why, what is it but to laugh in tho faces letter A, lu scarlet, fantastically em Its weakly bluish contents on differently beak on her cheek. oil with swli a sentence as the worshipful magistrates havo awarded? Murrjv pf our godly magistrates', and make a broidered wtth gold thrend, upon her colored papers, and ended with my trybosom. pride out of what they, worthy gentle1 trow ing to make the children prcolo how Cnlini""' I'xiiiiilniitloiui. notr -- People say," said anotlicr, Could it bo true? Sho clutched tho tlio colors changed when they wero seen Cabmen have to jKisa an examination "that tho men, meant for a punishment?" "It wpro well," muttered tho most child so fiercely to her breast that it through the whole depth of tho glass. I in knowledge of London streets boforo Reverend Mr. Diinmodule, her godly pastor, takes it very grievously "io heart iron vlsagod of tho old dames, "if wo sent forth a cry; sho tumed her eyes will not say that the little ones were thoy.cnn obtnin a liconso, and this ia far that such a scandal should havo coino stripped Madam Hester's rich gown off downward at tho scarlet letter, and oven brought to a full coiupieheusloii of the more necessaiy than might bo supposod, hor dainty shoulders: and as for the red touched it with her finger to assure hermatter, but they stuck fust to the asser- for 001 men in thtPyear 188U failed in tho npon his congregation." self that tho infant and tho shaino wero tion that water Is bluo. of an infinitely examination, und not a severe ono at letter, which sho hath stitched so "Tlie magistrates are Godfearing genI'll liestow a rag of mine own real. Ycsl theso wero hor realities-- all wenk blue, and that thu blue color can- that, while 1,211 were passed. London tlemen, but merciful overmuch that is else had vanished! not be seen till ono looks Into a certain . afrutu," added a third autumnal ma rheumatic flannel to make a fitter onol" "Oh, pcaco. ucighlxirs. peaeol" whis-- , e depth of iu -- Oul Vogt In Popular tron. "At tho very least, they slionld'l CHAPTER II. Monthly. havo put tlio brand of u hot irpn on pored thoir youngest companion: "do not TUB UECOONtTION. Hester Prynne'e forehead. Madam Hes- lot her hear you I Not a stitch in that fcmrrh I.lclitit vrimin liuptilo limits. ter would havo winced at that, I war- embroidered letter.' Imt she has felt it in From this tntenso consciousness of It is statt-- J that ono of thu tnobt effecther heart." o rant ma Bnt alio tho naughty boing tho object Of sovero and univoreal The grim bcudlo now mado a gesture observation, tho wearer of tho scarlot ive means o? protecting a nldir In these litt)orvill she tare what they put dnjs of toiix'iloes (tho grouping tonpon tlw bodieo of her gowul Why, with his stair. lottor waa at length relieved by discerngether of a number of stationary search "Make way. good people, make way, ing on tho outskirts of tho crowd a figlook you, she may cover it with a brooch or snen line jieainemsu auorumeui anu .'in the king's naiuuf" cried ho. "Open n ure which irresistibly took possession of lights, each illuminating its own section of piuvutgp, and, I promise yo, Mistress hor thoughts. An Indian, in his nativo m that tht ship is HUiTotinded by an unso walk the streets aaliruve iw everl" "Ah, but," interposed moio softly a Prynne shall be set whero man, woman garb, was standing there; but tho red broken cirtilu of light), Is to bo adopted young wife, holding a child by tho hand, and child may have a fair, sight of her mon woro not so infrequent visitors of iu the new American warships. This by a very pronounced has been bravo apparel, this timotill at) hour slt lior cover tho nurk'aa Bhe will, tho past meridian. fromblessing on tho right- tho English settlements that ono of thorn defect in suggested search light practice. the usual A Jiang of it will bo always in her liart." would havo attracted any notico from "What do we talk of marks and eous colony of the Massachusetts, whero Heater Prynno at such a timo, much lesa In order toaffoid sufricient time for a brands, whetlicr on the bodicu of her iniquity Is dragged out into thq sunwould he have excluded all other objects careful examination of tho water's aur. filco at polnta removed from tho ship, gown or the flesh of her forehead?" shine! Come along Madam Hester, and and idcaa from her mind. By tho Incried another, female, tlio ugliest aa well show your scarlet letter in the market dian's sldo aud evidently sustaining a tho beam of light must bo revolved very plavof' aa the moat.pitilM yf tlieee self consticompanionship with him stood a whito slowly, nnd hence during a great portion pf the timo any partitular 6ectiop A lano waa forthwith opened through tuted jmlgss. "Thl woumh'i has brought inau, clad in a strange disarray of civof tho wator is loft In darljnees. Aa it shame uikmi tin all and ought to die. la the crowd of iqicvtators. Preceded by ilized and savngo costume. takes only flvo minutes fdra torpedq tliere uo "law for it? Truly, titore is, the beadle and attended by an irregular Ho was small in stature, with o furboat to run a disfauco of t'o miles, it both in the Scrtiiure and tlw atatnta pi rjcessiui of stern browed ineijund un- rowed visage, which nd yet could hardwill be seen that tho condltilnS nro all book, .Then' t tte tnagistratoa, who kindly ifSHged women, Hester' ly bo termed nged, Thero was a VT Beforo et furtlitowiml the place appointed for intelligence in hta features, as In favor of tho attacking fott-o- . have nmd it of no ffoct,' tlmnk them. tlwir own ydxm ad daughUrf crowu 01 ewgsr aim ofa person who Iwwl so cultivated his the involution pf thescarcu light is com-- ' mWs i( iter pHfiRiiuiem. t urioxii schoolboys, understanding lit-- .mental .ixut that it oould wit fail to pleted tliere la pleiUy pf time For the tor go Mtntyr -- Mercy "' ekcUlmod U of 11 tttttiter in hand, except tlw it 'mold the physical to itself, and .become 4 ngdo Wt to, ruu nu' siud,- - tlktiluwruti hr on ua, good wife, "For Vckvear see Uafrbrigo'sMluu, . WM.ln bo crowd, "J User o,virtw Vavei eni a noQdsjrt ratt before Let uuuust-- t lf uiiiiusiaKuoie iokvus,, tAV uMiMVwniMii9.-Mflw'YmakrfV.l.-- is ' M i, inlMiTlll ' u ,c wI t i m COME OR Till V The management of otr business, we aim Met - fetter. iguo-millio- ovi-do- A Winter Suit In Aug! : first at the NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. SEND MAIL ORDER TO Louisville's Greatest lug House, And second iii HIGHEST at the And why not if you can buy it at PRICE ? And you can buy it price if you'll como or send to uq must sell every heavy woii?ht w tl w stock . . . Dy sept. 1st. must, becai A . : . . j LI LOWEST Mft8 ;We believe our in- favors in both, of ) directions haVe 'cannot be surpassed m by our competitors. If yoa have not seen our latest price list send for it. We ,have an abundant supply of the best .quality of wheat and can fill ORDERS Special promptly. attention given to EXCHANGE ,ched a point that 'wi do not., r.hnrfi'll hn Mv rnnm tn WU1 iiiisJ - V.V WWMA VV nr ed TEMPORARY QUARTERS to put Fall Goods. Some Fall Qu already in. Theso go with the rest great AUGUST SLAUGHTER. left-ove- r Spring Suits are also live lots at S3.50, $5.00, S7.5C and $12.50, former prices $e Send any ot thoso sums and get value you over heard of for yo But send or come before Sept.-wanto get in oh this deal. -AAA t Which IS I r Every day in the week. N Will Respectfully, LEVY'S West Market; 321 TEMPORARY QUARTBJ HARDINSBURQ n B IRVIN0TON MILLING Normal Institu Opens Sept. 5th, 1892.': And continues until the first Friday in bo-gi- July COMPANY, JRVINGTON, KY. kXi The following courses will be tniight : Primarj', Int Teacher's, Business, Engineer's Scientific, Classical and Musi jct-tko- at PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE, OTHER COURSES, Tuition is pivyablo in advance. 'Tuition Foes. ifl.GO Per 2.00 3.00 he.Weathef is Very Hot! Boarding, including fuel ami lights, may bo had in "priv: " from 80 00 to $10 per month. & , Board. two aro making it much armor r.ottreoniiX'iitors .Waoraselling gooils heaji it's impossible for anyone to try'To coinpvto with us. Wo nro sollii g ." fl- - del-fca- to Healthy. People kind and For imformtition address, Location. HARDINSBURG, .! ' :, H , extend?! inle I -- on-v V i' i m R. P. SHACKLETT, Prini "" 'L 08 " " 1.50 d, HARRY 6UENTHER 401-40- 7 X.JM3 -- J-. B P m " fur " on'y-ISs & B! J.J5 iMMluo'i Ann ulft'ntitjrl! - IT! "ly i77 fr AtlV '4.nt .ill Iryi'l s Ci for lM ' for 60n. East Maio St., USTSr. - h i 25 and 60c. " 6 OT77"E33TSBOI50, From I Children's Slippers for only 25c. sold for 50 and 00c. One lot, lady's vesta for Mi worth 40c. KSTG ITESSi to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL ' , cun-ulug- P 4' i ' blotKing Department la fuji of bargains. line lqt Menb1nck sulU $0.00 going at $2 8!). was. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSI - sold for malo-factress- es Hemnant Counter Kilos lieon replenish-d, gos-eip- piece of goods isRolil for half prire. Jb'Ai51i!Jtt f ) Diamond AXLE GREASE. Manufacture Engines, Boilors, Saw and Grist Mills, Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machinos. Keep in Stock New nnd Second-han- d Machinory, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum antf Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass G( Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils,; And all kinds of Mill and Machine Suppli tfSy PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfa Correspondence solicited. curl-lousl- y, Tit-Bit- a. GIVE TJS .A. OALL. J.C. I10UUNK, Sci-onc- 2 Boxes for 5 cents. "I( you twlkt Ritli us yon ran got more valuo rewfriHl for your money.- - - J. M. HAltPEll, bag-gug- MjUo. v Yeakel & Co., The Superior MEDICINE for all forms blood disease, BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS Commission Salesmen of Li CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP, BOURBON BRANDENBURG, KY, '?i LOl itiUmilllil PILES wkvmt ((vt HBCm AYER'S Sarsaparilla the Jiealth restorer, and health maintainer. will cure STOCK YARDS. iTcmm hues mtmSiu22X5J!!BLJaU kf.rk.t yr wrrniKT vw - ". mrWrti,,ii1lSJW' HttMIMillMWMf1rtw , e Cures Others you. Fine v - 1 - h - u B -.- ..- wm ...I .. ?KENRIDGE NEWS. 10, 1892. HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT. .inF p.m. crav ..!, . -- PARnnHFn.i - Mr. R. bran?urg1I--. ii 11 - .. ' ,i...i -- ..... in ...,, .. mrnrn ..... ts -- m -- . n . faSDAY, AUGUST - VIRGIL O. D AI1HAGK, Editor! and Proprietors. Xr.prws going L, H. &. W. TIME TADLE. G01ICO WIST. Panenger Dalljr arr. IIardiniburg..l2:42 Nuvltt is quite sick. - mm tmm. . tm. , ma i Clinrlio Moremun is ut homo for a visit week in Corydou, Ind. Miss Bcrtlo Richardson, of Louisville, ,. HOME. " &.5T n.m. Sunday. is visiting friends here. Kill " Wait - 9.45 p.m. Mr. L. A.' Robinson visited his sister, was in Jlr. Kstello Sutton, 11.19 a.m. IkM " Kit TO BE A BADLY Mrs. 8. O. Mnlln, Sunday. BELIEVED 10.0J .m. town Sunday. -" Wait K Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto aro visiting Mr. Tom Ilowmcr, Louisville, was at TREATED MAN, AFTER HE ANNOUNCEMENTS. relatives in Hardin county. homo Sunday. HAS LOST SEVEN YEARS i ' Mr. David R. Murray, of Cloverport, A choico lino of candles and cakes at Circuit Judge. OF HIS LIBERTY. was lu town last week. UMlnUiotliei) to announce T. It. Mc Hardin & Brown's. a candidate tor rc- M LcltchfieM, Quarterly meeting hero Saturday and Mrs. Mort Pumphrey, West View, was oi circuit judge in inis.inc District, embracing the countlei Who Is The Murderer! Sunday was largely attended. in town last Saturday. PC, Meide, Hardin and Grayion, action of the Democratic primary, MissLula Lewis mado n fl)lng trip to Miss Annio Jones, Big Spring, is visitBecauso of receiving a pardon from J Louisville tho 1st of tho week. ing relatives here. & Gov. Brown, Joo Gray, colored, was rehorlred to announce tames Mont' Mr. II. B. Livers, of Guston, was in Miss Ircno Board went to Clovcrport leased from tho Eddyvillo penitentiary Jof Hardin countv. at a candidate life nth 1. the Ninth ludlclal DIs- - and Patcsville last week. Sunday morning, nnd ho arrived in this town tho lattor part of tho week. adnor the counties of lircckcnridee. Mrs. Hayes, of Now Albany, is visiting , arain ana uravson. sunieci 10 inc rc- Now is the timo to buy a cheap s i t o city Monday. i Democratic Primary, August 17th. This revives in the niindB of tho pco-pl- o her son, Rov. Hayes at this place. clothes at Beard & Beelcr's. sj of Breckenridgo the history of the Mr, Joo Neafus, of Payncsvlllo, was imenivcRiiii'a Attorney. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Phelps, Louisville, most atrocious crime that was ever com- hero tho latter part of tho wcok. 'authorllted to announce II. T. Kendall aro visiting relatives here. abethtorn, as a candidate for Com. mitted in tho county. i' Attorney in this the Ninth Judicial Mr. P. K. Malin, of Ashland, is visitMiss Ella Tinslov. Barboursvllle, is Ibraclns the counties of Urcckcnrldge It will bo remembered that about the ing his parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. C. ac- Lln.and Grayson, subject to the visiting Miss Mary Downier, 1st of June, 18S5, Emily Davis, a young nocratlc primary, August 27th. Malin. See our now hats and caps Cleveland white girl, who had just nbout attained Mrs. Jess Malin, of Pinevlllo, is visitganthori-e- d to announce Virgil C nnd JIairison. A, Decler. Dcard her womanhood, nos found murdered be, of Ilardintburg, as a candidate Eivellth! Attorncv In this, the Ninth groceries. at a spring in n deep hollow nnd denso ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wo tako the lead on family Mirier, cmDrncinir mc counuci ui Lewis. forest near her homo, in tho Constantino I, Meade, Hardin and Urayson, All sales for cash Hardin and Brown. taction of the Democratic primary. Mrs. Ooborn and her daughter, Miss was mnshed Mr. II. C. Freeman, of Ohio county, is neighborhood. Her head into a jelly, and tho weapon used, n large Bettio nnd son, Thomas, of Garrett, were week attending tho Institute. authorized to announce Weed S. hero this rough stone, was found lying by the in town Saturday. 'of Kllzabcthtown, as a candidate for C. II. Beard, solicitor for tho Louispith's Attorney in this, the Ninthmurdered girl's side, covered with brains Prices show boat was hero last week kfeu.cmbracing the counties of liar- ville Times Co., was in town last week. and blood. and was greatly enjoyed by tho young h, urecKennage ana jueaue, suujcci an me Democratic primary, yuguii Mrs. Annio Ackerman, Huston, Texas, Joo Gray was arrested on tho 1th of peoplo of tho town. Is visiting Judgo nnd Mrs. Milton Board. June, 1885, and lodged in tho HardinsMiss Ina Malin has returned homo Drop in at Mrs. S. A. Haflby &. Co's burg jail, charged with committing the after a visit of several weeks with relasbon had n perfect ovation pictures horriblo deed. Tho excitement throughIon of his visit to Louisville nnd see those splendid crayon tives at Vino Grovo. given nwny with every SlO's worth of out tho county rose high, nnd only MIo's a grand old man" was Mrs. II. C. Rawlings and Mrs. J. D goods. through the quick work of the county 5dy said of liiin. Hardin and son, Guy, aro visiting relaNow is tho timo to use hog cholera officers was Gray saved from mob viotives in Denver, Colorado. lence. Sheriff A. M. DeJernette, with noticed that tho Hnrdins- - medicine, before your hogs get sick. Tho Mechanics nro at work on the sufficient guard, spirited him nway and Institute opens September Beard & Beeler. Court Houso fixing tho valloys and Be', boarded tho stenmer Grey Eaglo nt no of tho finest schools in Remember tho grand picnic at West bound for Louisville. As soon fry to prevent leaking. Wo think from ndProf. Shncklett Is ono View Auirast 20th. Supper on the as those who wero seeking Gray's death tho plans adopted that tho repairs will dehors in tho State. grounds and moonlight social at night. learned of his escape, they formed into meet tho end desired. Wo wish to reduce our stock of goods two bodies nnd started across the counTho County Court established tho votSt. Louis Republic that the before fall and are offering straight bar- try to head tho steamer off, ono crowd ing precincts in tho different Magisterial Juk its date. They liavo been glvo us a call. Beard &. Beeler. going to Concordia and tho other to Districts, making two precincts in each. fit at August 1st now for about gains, Tho ono to Concordia District as follows: In District No. 1. Remember the picnic at West Viow, Brandenburg. nnd at these licks Cleveland Saturday, August 20th. Good music and was several hours too late, but as the Garnettsville precinct No. 1 voting place SVenson never will be elected, refreshments of all kinds on tho grounds, crowd to Brandenburg was entering the at Garnettsville. Precinct No. 2 in DisJjiWntterson club, of Louisville, has Just think of it A fine crayon pic- little city, tho gallant steamer was pull- trict No. 1 is Woodland school house. Precincts ip. 3 nnd 4 In District No. 2 k)ino and commodious quarters and ture, worth $10, given away with 0 very ing out into tho river, having run 70 goods at Mrs. S. A. Unfitly miles up stream while the mob was rid- on Court House No. 3 and Ashcrnfts 4, Ins right royally. The club is to $10's worth of ing about 20 miles over good roads, and with voting places in the town of Branmended for ono thing, and that is & Co's. Joo Gray was saved. denburg. Court Houso on tho East and nco of tho bow that intoxicates. Mr. Jesse Eskridgo will address the In October ho was returned to Har- Ashcralts on tho West side of Main IK Republican club at the court houso here dinsburg for trial under a strong guard street. is tho way Jim McKenuio next Saturday night. All arc invited to of deputy shciiffs, which had to bo kept aces Stevenson's first name. He Precincts No 5 and fi in District No. 3 come out. up during tho trial. heard his mammv stand in and 5 is known as Big Spring with votTako your photo to Mrs. S. A. Hafioy fcoor nnd call him many n time. There was no positive evidence against and liavo a fine crayon made. Buy $10 Gray and only a meagre chain of circum- ing place in that town, No 0 is known as lys that "Adloy" went barcGuston with voting plnco in Guston. worth of goods and this will give you the stantial evidence, with many missing ho was 17 years old, too. Precincts No. 7 and 8 in Distrjct No. 4 picture free. links. Owing to tho pressure of sentiNo. 7 precinct is known as Pnynesville Messrs. Will Miller, John Alexander, ment and public opinion, however, tho with voting place i'i irlet Letter, a continued Paynesvllle, No. 8 t" Nathaniel Hawthorne, a re- - and James B. Biggs are hero this week jury found him guilty and sentenced is known as Cedar Brunch precinct nnd tho county as him to tho penitentiary for life. writer of fiction, begins with engaged in tho voting place nt or near the residence L Our rrnjlnrfl nliniilil nnt foil required by the new election law. Since that time the feeling of tho peo- of Gabriel Allen. opening chapters and start in Chairman Barnes has called a meeting ple has changed. While in tho LouisPrecincts No. 0 nnd 10 in District No. It is tho author's createst of the Democrats in this district at the ville nil, Gray was submitted to the 0. ISO. v is Known ns Woll Creek, pre lis very interesting from start city hall, on Friday night, for tho o tests by the finest detectives in cinct with voting plnco in Wolf Creek. tho laud, among them leing tho noted No. 10 is known as Concordia precinct of organizing n Democratic club. Mr, Matthias Miller lost his pocket Ynnkey Bligh, and he said that by with voting plnco in the Town of Con E nro two kinds ef Republicans book hero last Saturday. It contained neither look, action or wonl could ho see cordia. 31 never vote with tho People's anything that would indicate Gray's in money and n S70 check. One is the kind that is a about guilt, and that it was his opinion that he (can because ho thinks the prin Wo truly believe Do Witt's Little Miss Lizzie Smith has been elected was innocent. Early Risers to bo tho most natural, tho Republican party aro right ; assistant In the school at Elizabcthtowu. A few weeks ago a petition to Gov. most effective, most prompt and econohi tho colored gentleman that The community is to bo congratulated Brown for tho pardon of Gray was put rtenoegh to know that "No d d on having secured the services of such a in circulation and it was signed by mical pill for biliousness, indigestion and inaetlvo liver. Forsalo by Short & Hay-nc- s, icwor lawyer can belong to our competent teacher. almost every prominent citizen in the . Cloverport, and Beard A Beeler, T. C. Lewis' is the place to find tho county, which resulted as has been HnrditiBburg. latest, best, cheapest and most beautiful stated. used to bo an organization patterns and styles of jewelry. He is Gray is n pleasant, open-faceand ' called The Farmers Alii- - also n repairer of all grades of time IRVINGTON. honest-lookin- g darkey, and has no over hear of it now ? No. pieces. You will find it n pleasant call about him whatever of being a politicians wormed at any timo to both yourself and tho pro Business is active nnd our merchants ffnto its lodges and it has prietor to stop at this neat and attractive bad man. It is tho opinion of everybody that he has been a much wronged man, have no cause to complain of dull times. ato tho old thrend-bar- o fake. The Hardinsburg Jeweler. and it can bo truly said that he is perTho drouth being the cxhaustless frParty." Thqro is nothing house. Mr. Gabriel Brickoy died at his home fectly safe now in his homo county. theme of conversation thero Is a dearth p and it will.go the way of near this place Wednesday, August 3d. Everybody thinks that Gov. Brown did a of items for a nowspaper article, but the A prominent member of the Clover righteous act by giving him his liberty. crcamory is an established fact, another MHt principles of Democracy will Creek church and an influential man in Who the murderer of Emily Datis entcrpriso for ourprogres ivolittlo town. BYjs. tho community has been called away. is may never be positively known, but Farmers nro through harvesting nnd Mr. Brickoy came to Breckenridgo counthere aro circumstantial evidences that 'years ago Republican papers ty from Virginia. Ho married Miss threshing grain. Wheat crops, ns n would come nearer fastening tho guilt aysxplalning how a protective rule, wero good, nnd have been disposed Hambleton, who is still living. upon other persons then Gray. ed tho prico of products of of nt very fair prices. Notwithstanding bereaved family have tho sympathy Since tho passage of tho The tho fact, that the cry goes up for rain, of their friends everywhere. GLENDEANE. bill tho prico of wheat has moro rain, the reign of pleasuro, continThe Breckenridgo County Teacher's $1.16 to 70 cents, whilo other ues abated, if ono may judgo from tho Tho weather continues warm. .of the farm liavo gone down in Institute met hero lust Monday, County number of parties and picnics that fill K tio, and now Republicans are Superintendent, James Miller, presiding. Miss Cella Robei tson has boon quite up the summer hours. peUln making it plain how supply Miss Lillio Cooper was chosen secretnry. s'ck, but is bettor at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Henry, Jr., gave Hlomand rcgulato tho prices of acri- - It. II. Cnrothcrs editor of tho EducaMiss Madgo Nichols, of Bardstown, is qulto n delightful entertainment on tho tional Courant, Louisville, will act as rultujal productions. v 'if. ,m Conductor during the session. Thero expected to visit Miss Amanda Dean in 2nd inst., tho occasion being tho installment of their Lares and Penates. Their are qulto a number of teachers present tho near future, Deafness Can't be Cured Miss Salllo Moorman, Clovcrport, is new home was thrown open to them session promises to be an interjby local applications, as they cannot and the spending some timo with friends and and about two hundred responded to tho profitable one. Sovonty-fivjtch the diseased portion of tho ear. esting and tempting invitation. Tho provo surrelatives at this place. were enrolled the first day. ijMily ono way to cure deafness, teachers Mrs. Mattlo Countryman has been rounding their homo wns mado magicalI' that is" by constitutional remedies. qulto ill of typhoid fever at tho homo of ly bright by tho myriad lights that dea caused by an inflamed PELLVILLE. pended from tho swaying boughs lendDr. Dempster, Rock Vide, !afness mucous lining of the ing their rosy light to' tho enchantment Rev. House filled Rev. Rutledgo's pul"When this tube gets in- Wo have had no rain to Benk of yet. of tho scene. Thero was a platform Sunday, tho latter b Ing fJiauied yo have a rumbling sound or storo Is still pit hero last erected adjoining tho houso where tho The farmers' nwrins, anu wucn 11 is entiro- - existing and is n buccchs. Tho clerk is absent on a visit to Tennessee. iinerieci vtSL devotees of Terpsichore tripped tho light t 1 a. ou, iawness is ino result, nnu un Miss Melissa McGavock, Cloverport, fantastic toe to tho enchanting Mr. W. 8. Givcns. strains of tie Inflammation can be taken out will spend this month with her friend, Bowdonstadts' renowned band. Tho Tho Homestead allair between Carnc-gi- a Miss to its normal con Lutio Moorman, at this place. host and hostess woro untirclng in their and tho laborers has caused quite a . liearlRg.wlll bo destroyed for-Miss Jaklo Wortham, of Loltchfiold, efforts to insuro to all an enjoyable oven-in- g pluo (MM out of ten aro caused commotion at this place. is expected next week to spend tomo and Iheir efforts wero crowned with Robt. Bennett, son of Hon. J. F. BenjatArrh,ji(Meh.iis nothing but an in- timo with her friend, Miss Lou Dean. success for evory ono pronounced it n SacraLrotHfltJati of tho mucous surfaces. nett, deceased, has returned to brilliant sourio. I will not mention the Misses Salllo Moorman Robtill give One Hundred Dollars for mento. Ky., where ho is clerking in n ertson spent last week at and Edim visit- names of tho belles and beaux of the Dcanfiold, storo. h of Deafness, (caused by catarrh) neighborhood who wero present in thoir ing tho family of Mr. Ned Moorman. cannot euro by taking Hall's Rov. J. W. T. Givcns, of McLean Mrs. Dr. Owen nnd Mrs. It. O. Willis, beauty and courtliness, but will particu-lariz- o 7tire. lend for circulars, free. county, Is now visiting friends in this thoso not of tho vicinity, Miss of Clovcrport, camo out last week to at itfUKMEX A CO., Toledo. O. vicinity. Ho is of the Junior clast at May and Julia Kendall, LoufSvillo; Miss Bethel collcgo and Is nn earnest preacher tend their father, who is still very sick. Ellen Wathen, 15ardstown IDtMJji &5c- Junction; Rev. 11.11. Ilibbs, Carrollton, will asof tho Word. 3V1 jlK Melissa Archer, Myrta Brown, Reader Will Get Messrs. Tlios. and Tliaddous Jott have sist tho pastor in n meeting at Goshen Misses Sham, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Rachel Will Go. froturnod from n pleasant visit to rela in AugiiBt. Wo trust much good will Brown, Ekron; Misses Teml and Knto bravJIerald has announced tives ki tho counties of Union and Hen- result. Thompson, Guston ; Misses L011 ShnckQ10 present presidential Mrs. Dr.t J. A. Owen, of California, lett nifd Mnttlo Willett, Beech Grovo ; derson, nnd aro well pleased with tho tho person who most country. who has been visiting relatives in our Miss Nollio Cnrrico, Garrett ; Mr, Clarho popular plurality of midst, has gono to her mother's near ence Neafus Memphis, Tenn. ; Misses Harrison, it will givo Dr. S. B. Adkisson received n car load Hardinsburg. M. Knight and Gilche, Louisvlllo ; Lon iiorses from his brothor in Texas last A certain blondo that wo know says Richardson, Brandenburg; Joo Foslico these, together with what that sho is awnro that she has becoino and Jako Shacklctl, Ekron ; and Andrew rtll already had hero qulto "Venable," but still is in "Ernest." and Willie Cilrrlco, Garrett. Ltrado lively in this Mr. Jeff Owen, who has been in HarTho entertainment now on tho tapis is iys. Moro than CO dinsburg for 801110 months, prizing tobac- n picnic to bj given by tho mombcrs of ut prices ranging co, is nt liomo now for n few weeks rus- tho Tennis club nt Basin Springs farm on tro nro more to ticating. tho 13th I'nsL of which moro anon. plo liavo made i 'in tlicso horses. A faded or gray beard mny bo colored 71 IF YOVRout, ACK ACHES nollilog really goal for Ur you aro all worn a beautiful and natural brown or blue! SlopheiiMport, camo It Ii ireneral debility. Try at will, by using Buckingham's DyjTI KUON'H 1KOX lUTTLKS. '.ay Monday, return fV Will Gure'rou, and rI von Koodnppc'tltn, Sold v j I ling train. tllO winaiau-- "-- ii. -y all dealers lu uwdlclnc. , :Ii, A:T. Local Time Card. aotxo cast. Pauonger Dally arr. lUnllnibarg.. 7iS0 a.tn THE ONCE ACCUSED MURDERER OF EMILY DAVIS RETURNS of sovcml days. J. S. Morcmon spent the first of the OUR PLATFORM , T.AW.hari.f4 ! rrmm: f?C HBIWLBBBI m. iBBHHBIHill ; -- , Eit Wait 10.01 a.m. -- 10.44 a.m. Kli Smith was in town Saturday nnd far 1 We pledge ourselves in favor of Protect ion of Customers from Overcharge, Adulter-ationand Mistaternenls. Free Trade for every one with the mcr s chaut who does most for his customers. Prohibition of monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. s mKmmmZJ!!LrMlJXWkmmm Bill dlHMMMaaaailHI HIM Something Right IN Men's and Womon'a aUI Jl ! I , Buy as you Vote-Intellige- ntly. S Fashionable and Stylish Clothing L As candidates for your patronage, we invite an examination of our business record in support of our claim that wo carry the largest slock of !5 IEEE CD jElJ S Col1 .. In Calf, Cordovnn, Chrome Kid, Kangaroo, Dongola and Patent Leather. All widths and sizes. hLoeI In the City, that our prices are the lowest. " Hats in all Sizes, Styles and Seasonable Underwear. rt SMART & CO. CLOVERPORT, KY. See the Styles Look ! at the Quality ! s -- ' ! 1 Marvel at the Prices r NEW AND FRESH ' 1 VEST MICHAEL HAMMAN, Tho Kegular and Reliable HOT WEATHER GOODSl JUST EEOEIVED AT 1 FURNITURE SEWING PICTURE DEALER MACHINES, TRIMMINGS, ETC, pur-pos- Is always on hand with a full Btock, including Bowmer & HambJeton's ALL KINDS AT Oofflns, Burial Gaskets, FRAMES, Always call on him and ascertain prices beforo purchasing elsowhero. Ho moans just what ho Bays. Ho canr.ol bo PANIC TRICES. II Be Sure and Examine Their Btock. V undersold. M. HAMMAN, CLOVERPORT, KY VVVVVVVVYVVVVVVVWWVV-VWVYVVAVVVWVVVW'- vvvvvvwvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvrvvvvv Ki Uj. ff-oi- U. WHY D. II. BALDWIN & CO.; SELIj CALL AND SEE OUR Le-tit- ia moke A SPARKLING --DISPLAY. Perhaps, of all other leaning of the year, thli Ii the leit for making adrntitageous pur cbnei of D'Huy, There Iiil't much fluctuation In the value of what a jeneller sella, be hare nothing pelihible to Jl -came poao of, but there are tlmoi when, for a variety of reasons, prlcci fall off a little, and this Ii more 'particularly the case whon builness generally Ii feeling the&eets of oppresilvoly You will readily understand hot woather. therefore, why juit now, we are offoilng loine eipeclally attractive Induccraenti In Watchei, Clocks, Jewelery and Musical Instrument. you warn to mane mony r Mote Pianos and Organs saved is money made. You can save money Th.an all other dealers of tho city conlbinod. by dealing with us. We have Succeeded Moorman & Beeler in business at Glen-deanselling goods cheaper tfyan ever be-- j 1 MEW STfW rills ft Wi W! jj rtlnvV vo TV flufn got our e, o Instruments aro better, prices lowCall and er, best selection. fore. .... mm You will find thr y Thanking you for past favors andsolici- ing a continuance of same. We remain Mnaf. .VWUV "RpRnpr-.tfiillv- . -.- i 7 WJVW-.-.J W. C. MOORMAN,. GLENDEANE, KI F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, 0L0VEUP iRT, KV. Are "lirANTKD. All pertniu Indebted to the firm Vy offieo. Newman ft Uro., IrvliiKton, to call and settle at onrc. frch utock of Dry Gooda nnd IJOIl SALB. aAbargain. In a good stand and at thrifty town, call on or addresa tho llrecken ridge News, Clotcrport, Ky. Monday mornings, I.. McAdains two book of private butineiann the Unit bound train, wrapped In newspaper. The hooks are of"no value to anyone save the owner. io reward for the return of these books to Ilawcs vlllc. Lower Capital, Tf30,000. . T Ijlcft OST.-I.- iint Than others can offer. Solcct from Decker Bro., Haines Bros., J. & 0. Fischer, Schubert, Baldwin' and Estoy, Hamilton other Pianos. and Story & Clark Organs. The Tradesmens National Bank OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. I -- ,201 Organttoil James E, Crannies, 11 a SUte Logan BROADWAY. Bbk 18J3 Under National C. Act-18- 5. !' t NOTICK. All persons wanting sand will on me, as my sand bunk Is posted MAUV J. MILI.TIU. D.H. Baldwin & Co. 236 Fourth Avenue, hi of Date, Mnrraj, 7ic.-Pr.i- 't. Oiir.r f. ACCOUNTS Brrj, Mw 1 CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Chano-- INVITKD. For Sale. Young hulls reaily for services, or Nethcrlanil ami Agge fainf. Anil, will sell a few heifers ofltoval tried Inir. All registered or entitled to register. E. M. 4 E. 11. OGLESnY. LOUISVILLE, KY., Address Public Speaking. Tho candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney will speak at Hardinsburg Saturday," August 13th at 1 o'clock p. m. and at Cloverport at night. Mr. John Newton, tlio first white child borh in Uls eity, i quite ill nt his in mn. P. Q. BRYAN, (Agt. ustybovo. Brass Band. The Hardinsburg Methanfef Rand It Bow ready to receive sontracta to play for County fairs, I'icmca and otner aiautemcnis. .,.i(J is ' r . jOKH,COX.Sec'y, , anlinburiVKy August 11th to August smithing line. I wish to say that I have bought the shop t this, pbu and am now prepared to do all kind of work aj objures, reie raw through tho eity very reason i LogA Pate passed Monday With Lige Gray, another viola- ny workman. Girt, hiV call. : T, J.' Adkisson. tor of the internal revenue hwy from oyer in the Hmlsonvill country. He Mrs. Rbt, Moormnur-- went to will start In a, for day on a trip through Logan county. LOI,, JBl WIHIK. ;UJ a changed Iron 10th. oiila i IrvingtoH Blacksmith Shop. To the farmers, ami other persona livTlio ilnto oi tho special excursion to hev ing' in the vicinity of IrVfrigton, Old Point Comfort nnd return via L., St. L, A T, nnd C. A 0. railroads lias been may wish any thing done in tho lWk jr , ; 'kv"!, i X' m- A ,v j Wy$'i UN- iiwM W V Mr hA'? W&"&$ h.lM , -- . -- r T "! V, Ul' rHi t . .; Waktkii to buy immediately 500 Hip. Will pay $1.00 T .pound green and $5 00 per pound for Wed. No roits or wed received except under contract. W. S. Asimv, Clover-por- t, of green ginseng. Ky. . ' ' : ;,r ,:..v- - rff" .'-. - ' ' ' Tf'HW - a Dr. J M. Clayton, PHYSiCIiNSURGEON. 0kf . i.i Baby buU'K nt cost nt .Ionian's Funf- ittllO lluilBO. TIIK PICNIC Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Joliu M. Dorntraegor mmsi Itunhuurt Store. ' OLOVERPORT. KY. T.i,''e,C, A, rlercKar'Xai ,lirfk'l Improving slowly. Leu is Whitehead went Monday to 'attend tho CANNELTON, IND. iimW to opler. In the best Btyhy -jTeacheiV Itixiitnto HrmVii- l- .McCub'dns. nf wwnf4'id. Orders solicited, wart here s'eral days bust J. KIR$T, r boforo rtpial-e- il AycrVi Jjjmuaparllla Its presout daily rcconl.of marvoloti ...'. uurcB, Druward Wroo, who lias boon nick for several week, lo with typhoid LAST SATURDAY WAS A BIG SUCCESS. Nearly A Thousand Dollars Cloarcd For the Catholic Church. Read TMs Side. In tho primitive ngo of this world men dressed rather scnntly. Even at this time, in some spots in tho Torrid Zone, tho clothing hills of tho pcoplo cut a very small figuro Whilo that stylo of dress may ho quito comfortablo in this hot weather, tho advancement in civilization say No. Tho next host thing man can do ip clothing, to wear and wo aro prepared to furnComo to us ish the articles. 'for thin, cool and comfortablo garments, which wo havo in such immense vnrioty and at such small cost. ht Then This. If you bclievo in tho argtt- ment of tho Hibernian' -- that "what keeps out tho cold also keeps out the heat" or if you aro one of tho men who can wear woolen clothing in summer with comfort, wo havo for you a splendid line of Wool" Suits, or Pants, in many different fabrics which at our prtsent reduced prices, go mighty cheap. The coats arc cut in Sacks and Cutaway Frocks, nnd are our own manufacture tho beBt clothing in the city beyond a doubt, Wo must reduce this stock nnd wo aro selling without profit. fmr o to CaniiMtini IVrry t'uunty StephtiiHitfirt. Simons, M. 15 week emmis-Hih- g fur a b(M)k. Yjcian P Surgeon Ogtoewir Brrclfiirhlgt1 Hank. t - ' OhovKiironr, at. ICIaiml HYSICIAN j: w, jarrett, Pension Agent Iff. D. 3PHEN8PORT, KY. AND fPiligMfo'ot, SURGEON V. OLOVfeRFOUT, KY. "Qfftcc al Home for thpretcnt. ''BfcECKENRIDGE 'WEDNESDAY, NEWS. A'UGUSTMO, 1802. LOCAL BREVITIES. ' .Furniture al bpttom prices at Jordan's of Stcphenspc-- ' Dot Styles, t -- ctty Thursday. J m1" was in Mnrlfn Olarconrt), of he, city Monday. Jwyi' things In writing papers and tab- BB.ilV 4JnuMu o. JAnJt 1?, Eichanls, pfHnlesburg.Oldo untywas in the city Saturday, "Ttfrs. Jas Meador, of Skillman, was tho .gBostof Mro. Capt. Ahl last week. Mrs. Jns. Cputy and nor little son, were in the city last week. 1rM..Y n TfrkiKiirlnln nf Knur A ltinn V .wm t'KiV" 'is; in the.c'ity circulating among his old Irionds. v ' Mrc- - Cannon and Miss Cannon, of Frankfort, are fho guesta of Mr. and Mrs. J Raymond, rsc In tho """". " ....v. Ogiesby. IlPiJurke," formerly of tho shops in Fthtelcity, but now of Henderson is visit , ing in tho city, f . Mrs. Jndlc Mattingly died August 4th at her homo in Mooleyville. She was 78 years old. Miss Anuio RaittwentJ.o Hardinsburg lav to attend the Teacher s Insti- - tut. 'MfsA. ' e. Master Charlie Freeburg, Ixuisville, is :.Jiis cousiiiB, Lillian and Mary 1. Q. Wright (neo Molly Tatter-son- ) is very sick at her home in Roso- - 'rofs. JJrown and Wroe aro attending chpra Institute at Hardinsburg W. Master David May is visiting his cous- hsj Mr'and Mrs" E. It, Bricdenbacli, of wengboro. ('apt. Diek William was a paMigir on the uwt bound tntln Thursday, 6n route for Louisville. The Jlret rteamhoat that ever was In Hardinsburg tourhed there s the Raven. Extcntion Uiblcs, fl feet, $2.7r. High back, cane, plush or wood seat dining chairs only $7.00 at Jordan's. Courtney and Bessie, Boirnnd daughter of 8. W. Long, machinist at the shops, have been sick In Owensboro. Miss Violet Miller, of Ktephcnsport, came lown Saturday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harvey .Adams. Wo menu business and will sell you your furniture lesa than any furniture dealer in Kentucky. Jordans. Al Seatpn, of Sample, is hero drinking tho Tar Springs waters lor his health. Ho seems to be improving already. Master Lilburn Smith went to Falls of Rough Monday to get a sight of Col. Green's herd of Shetland ponies. Why pay extravagant prices, when you can buy furniture and cofllns from Jordan at a lower figuro than elsewhere. Mrs. Albert Lalleist and children left on tho packet Sunday for nn extended visit to relatives near New Albany, Ind, t, IIus Morgan, City Marshal of was down hero Thursday serving somo papers on escaped law breakos from that town. As a general liniment for sprains and bruises or for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or muscular pains, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is unrivaled. For salo by A. R. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman and Mr. and Mrs. Fred D'Huy left last week for Denver Col., ami an extended trip throughout tho West. A steamboat in Rough creek above the falls is somothing that has never been known before, and tho Raven will do a big business over there. Mr. J. L. Miller, accompanied by his daughter, "Miss Alma, left Monday, for her summer vacation to Louisville, Now Albany and Indianapolis. Jailor John Slaton' and Judge N. C. of Hardinsburg; McMercer, passed through tho city twice this week enrouto to and from Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Young and Miss Mamio Young, of Morganfield, and Mrs. Cosby, of Evansvllle, are the quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Skillman. Junius Cart, a plasterer of Union Star, was in tho city Monday. Ho will probably movo his family here in the near futuro and make this city hisJiome. Stcph-enspor- The total business done nt the L., St. depot In this city for tho iiiniilh of July, 181)1 amounted u $2,1)7-- 1)5 ; for July I8!U it wax $.1,721.1, nn increase of $2,74il,I7 nearly double. Who nijh this town is not Improving? In the Annual Mntement of the crop Kentucky, llreeltenridu'o counby It. P. Bear I, is givijii as ty, fiillous; Coril, KM ptr ei'iit. j wheat, 110 per cent; o.its, 125 pr eent; tohac eo, 1L'5 per cent ; fruit, 40 per emit. If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if vour btiod is thick and sluggish ; if your ap petite is capricious and uncertain, you need n Sarsaparilla. For best results take De Witt's. Sold by Short A Hay nes, Clovorport, and Heard & Hceltr Hardinsburg. Mn. Frank Fraizo and son, Fred Fiaize, Miss Jennie Warflold, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Skillman, Miss Lizzio Skill-maMrs. W. II. Bowmorand son Will S. Bowmer, of this city, accompanied by Miss Evelyn Young, of Morganfield, will form a party to Old Point Comfort nex"t Tuesday. What promises to bo one of tho largst picnics of the season will bo given at Bruner's Spring, between Union Star and Preston on the Brandenburg road, Saturday August 20th. This used to bo a great pleasure resort, and great preparations are being in ado to entertain a L. A T. n, Civil Treatment is what every cus- torrier at Sulzcr's is sure to receive. Honest prices, prompt ., largo crowd. Mr. P. C.Bryan, of, D. II. Baldwin A Co., music dealers, of Louisville, is in the city working in tho interests of Ids r. Circuit Court convenes at Branden burg ne?t Monday. Tlio candidates will ba there. The Now Albapy boys came down to Caupelton last Sunday and wiped up the earth, with tho Cannelton bqys playing ball. itfisa Henley and Mrs. Mary Miller left Thursday for Rock Castle f"prigs, where- they will spend n coupln of weeks. ' Mr. Jos L, Mattingly and wife; of Planter's Hall, weroyisiting his brother, 'Mr. Clias. F. lattingly, last Friday and Batrirday. Tkirt'. D. Wr Fairlcigh, of Louisvillo nid Mrs: J. D. Rabbase, of this city, will visit their old homo near Brandenburg this week. . . a .. . ... Mrei Minnie O'Neil lias moved trom nionStar to Tobinsport and will en- in'the dress maUing'Tjusincss at tho a' Ila -- - Ticuplace. Irnrdlnsburg beat tho Quston club in gamo of ball last Friday by a coro of it to 7. Iho same ciuds win piay ni uston tho 19th inst. The 8J cent coal sold by It B. Piorco 9Mi SUpenur ijuui.jr uuu io kiyhij, wral BaiiBiacuoii. xr.v ik iur uuuH.iug, jv .eari not bo equaled. "Nice, new, stono slops are being placed t tho side ontrancts lo tho Clovcrport Jllotol. Emery & Wciscnburger, Btono- waeons, are doing tho work, haS houcht a new hay press. tho best and latest impraved style, ,d ho will and Is now ready to balohav ,r any one that wishes it done. vMiss Pricillft Owen, who has been vis-ting relatives in this city for tho past 'm.iIhV-wentto Glendcano Mondav to v(sit rolativfs in that neighborhood. Misses Mathildo McGregor, of Louis ville, sJomiilSrpcaiotiEHUal'-Rough- , who hayo been visiting Miss Brook Stephen of libit, returned homo Sun- Stiff. Cloinmens, tinner raarfy In Evanavilll) 1 at the soon. shopp, Ralph Nutting tho young 'coppersmith and oornottist, and Miko Jungling envy him very inuclu R. B. Pierce can furnish you with tho boat quality of Pittoburg coal tor Orders' by mall iniriHwou. promjitly ,Wed. Supply ajways on hand. , It i.a pleasure lo have ,hq Ilardins. fiurg Draaa Band visit Clovcrport. r Jt is ofUw beat bands In' Um. a and fon'it paratkw our atrMitfe it thrillitl iiIr of our dtlMua. Ita MiMnbam ana all gentlemen and th feati fu&efc In ho world. W wM y lr MUto , boys, wr- thai yoti ewld be ifHl?, Will black-Bmlthi' Early Risers, Early Risers, Karly Risers the famous little pills for constipation, sick headacho, dyspepsia and nervousness. sale by Short ft Haynes, Clovorport, and Beard A Becler, Hardinsburg. Mrs. Jacob Cox and children, of arrived at Mr. Walker Board's, of Holt, Friday, and will romain in tho county a couple of wcoks visiting relatives. The Republicans of the Fourth Con gressional District will 1 ol 1 a convention in Elizabethtown August 13th for tho purpose ol nominating a candidate for congress. Mr. Joe K. Mercer sends in his subscription to tho News from Phoenix, Arizona. His old friends hero will bo glad to know that he is still in the land of tho living. Miss Jennie Patterson, who has been visiting in Owensboro and Rockport for tho past month, returned homo Sunday, accompanied by her cousin, Mfss Lyda Sargent, of Rockport. It is a truth in medicine that the smallest doso that performs tho cure is tho best. Do, Witt's Little Early Risers aro tho smallest pills, will perform the cure and aro tho best. For sale by Short A Haynes, Gloverpbrt, and Beard A Heeler, Hardinsburg. Miss Leila Henley will open a private school up Btnirs in the old Biikckk.n-rjdo- e Nkwb building September 1st. Miss Henley is a splendid teacher and will have Osgood school. Tho coso of Ben. Bates, (white) for cutting Emmett Valentine, (colored) with a knife at tho Patton Bilek Works last Friday was called in tho City Court Monday and continued until Mr. James E, Mattingly continues to improve slowly. Ho .walked from his homo to this ofllco yesterday afternoon unassisted and remained quite a while watching tho tnachinory run, MraTi. R. Patton, Rockford, HI. writes: "From personal experience I can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for impure blood and general debility." Sold by Short A Huynes, Clov-por- t, and Beard A Bceler, Hardinsburg. Judge John Roberts, of Louisville, has paid his subscription to tho Brkcken-wnoNkws up to April 1804. Ho iB tho only ono on our largo, list that is so far ahead, while many ar6 slightly bohind. Mrs. W. 0. Moorman, Miss Lizzio Skillman, Messrs. James R. Skillman, Will Bowmor, Misses Vertner Garner and Maggio Bow.mer attended tho Eagles Dcanc wedding at Owensboro, August Jpr Hen-cerso- n, y. K itvvays "" uVaiIMTTtfi 1 . u.l ami crMM 1 i '" ft ''" A LlffthrH kiTD jutnwK tf Jr, KKK. i MHNmr UenuhuibAi Uke nta V it. of Haw&fivillc- - sold tho uteatu propeller, .Raven, to Sam Davidson, of Falla of Rough, and they, hauled ,lir. from Cloyerport over thenr on a log wagon. SiieVlll ply above the falls and, baa a run now of about 15' miles. When tit wMr is high qh can run i mllt A grand owpwraion wa on tlw '.tapla far iast Sunday, and of coup everyl'Mx! wmxe 3d., Jim Ilenntin, house. Mr. Bryan has licen long in the husinessjind understands it thoroughly. Hu. is an elegant Christian gentleman and deserves tho patronage of all who want anything in his line. Prico's Now Floating Opera will arand give an rive at this city night. Mr. entertainment Price has been hero before, and is known to always havo a good troupe with him, and as tho people here havo not had an entertainment of tho kind for a long time, look out for a crowded house. J. T, Connor and O. E. Connor and wife, of Terro Hauto ; II. R. Connor and wife, of Derby; Dan Shank and sister, of Rome; Miss Sliipp, of Owensboro ; E. M. Pierco antf wife, of Louisvillo ; Al Seaton of Sample; Mrs. Weiger and daughter. Mrs. A. It. Fisher, Mrs. Jabine and Mr.. so deserving that each should have reand Mrs. It. B. Pierco, of Cloverport, all ceived a watch. spent Friday at the Tar Springs. Thcpicnic cleared nearly a thousaud Will Miiner, dollars, and tho result was very satisfacMessrs. Carlt Richardson, J. T. Mllner and Misses Sallio Richard- tory to tho Catholic people. son and Lena Richardson, of Union Star, SKELETONS IN A WELL. and Messrs. P. M. Beard, Ed'Beard,, Morris Beard, Jesse Whitworth and Misses Lula Jolly, Mattio Heston, Lida Hestort, Woikmen Find Human Bones In An Mary Bowmer, of Hardinsburg, formed a Abandoned Well Of Cloverport: party to Tar Springs last Wednesday. They Returned and took supper nt the In cleaning out an old well, last week; Clovcrport Hotol in tho evbning. down at the spot where onco stood the Works, in thd noted Cloverport Coal-oi- l CUSTER. western extremity of tho city, tho work men unearthed what appeared to bo. Don't forget our picnic next Saturday. portions of humau skeletons. One is a Clint Butler, Hudson, is tho guest of portion of tho skeleton of an adult and Miss Anna Aubcrry has been and is yet partly wired togethLittle Kate Dye, Webster, is visiting er. The others appear to bo portions of an infant or of infants. her grandmother? Mrs. Doc. Carman. How these bones camo to bo in this Joe Carman has been away for a fow Tom" in Duncan's abandoned and bccI tided old well is a uays with his brother mystery. The well has'not been in use Valley. for many years, and it may lie that it lias ButUueas Allen, "Son" Carman, furnished a safe hiding place for tho evler and othcis took in tho Big, Spring idences of unnatural crimes that 'havo picuic Friday, been committed in this city and vicinity, Mr. ond Mrs. Dick Tucker .spent tho and tho world knew nothing about it. latter part of tho week with relatives It will bo remembered that a few near West View. mouths ago the Nkwb copied, from Hip Charity Skillman, Hardin county, Evansvillo Journal, a tale of woo that a passed through' here yesterday on his distressed woman poured into tho ears way to see relatives at West View. of tho Chief of Police of that city, in Our old friend John Carter, of Caney-vill- which, among many other acts of cruel was in town Thursday with n lino ty and crime, she said that a man with lino of sample shoes from a Louisvillo whom silo had como down tho river in a house. "shanty" boat had thrown ono of her John Bowley, who has taught school children into an old, abandoned well near hero for tho last two or three win- just below Clovcrport. These bones aro ters, is now teaching at Springer, Indian very probable ovitienco ot tue imin oi tho poor woman's statement. Territory. Sidney Brack, Zach Board and others "Late to bed and early to riso will composed a fishing party Friday. They Donlt know 'shorten tho road to your homo In tho were on Sinking creek. skies," But early to bed and a "Littlo their luck yet. pill that makes life Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Altxandei and Early Riser," tho lonucr and better and wiser. Sold by son, Charley, have been absent on a few Haynes, Cloverport, and Beanl days' visit to parents and friends in tho Short ft A Becler, Hardinsburg. Burns and Fair View neighborhoods. L., St. L. & T. The popular clothing drummer, A. X. Kinchloe, was in town tills week. (Special.) The meeting of tho stock"Kinch" is a hustler and sells where holders, notice of which had been prethere is a possibility of making n sale. viously given, was held at Louisvillo of handling Satunlay. . Custer has the reputation more produce than any other town of its John L. Henry, of Meado county, was sizo In tho state. Wo learn this from chosen chairman. A resolution ratifying tlio action of tho Boanl of Directors tho Louisvillo commission merchants. in tlio purchase of tho "Louisville, Har-Capt. George Mercer, tho radical dinsburgTind Western" was unanimousand Third Party enthusiast, was in town this week. Ho says that tho ly adopted, and other business transacted presidential raru is all between Harrison to tlio entire satisfaction of all present. Among thoso present wcro Jno. L and Weaver, with Harrhon out of sight Henry, Bato Washington, F. M. McGo-hcin tho rear. It. M. Jolly, Driskell and W. J. A Mr. Y'atcs, of Leitchfiold, was in Plpgott. town, representing Johanbocko A Son's John L. Henry is now satisfied that hat house, last week. Our merchants is no deal on between our road patronized him liberally and thoy aro all there and tho L. A N. "in it" when it comes to displaying a W. J. Piggott is tho largest individual good line' of hats. stockholder along the lino of tlio road. Before your correspondent had risen Hon. Lafo Green was at tho meeting. from his couch this morningour citizens Ed Bennett was too unwell to attend wcro leaving for a day's pleasure at Gua-totlio met ting. It is yet too early to know who Tho road may or may not bo extended havo gone, but we know that Custer s.)on from West Point to Louisville, npr is not going lo bo left when there's a is tho routo yet determined, if made. picnic in react). Willie Piorco is off on a survey. Scum' Fay that Clint Butler leaves his homo al Hudson and comes up here once each week simply because hq enjoys the di Iws others say ho coihcb to Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. see his undo aiid cousins who reside hero; we jwlit vo ono of our fair belles is the chfefand only, cause. Can Anna WhMi Baby was tick, wo garo her poatoria. g y, y. Pt-to e, -e, n. 1 ltev. Father llenneRy'rt big picnic laft Pal unlay was a success both socially and financially, far beyond the mostsaiiguiuo i xp( editions of its friends. ' A largo erovMl of people was in attend-anc- o at tho beautiful grove and tho street of tho city were thtongid with strangers all day long. Tho Cloverport string band discoursed sweet music in the dancing pavilion, while between dances, tho Hardinsburg light-weigCornet Band, the best in tho country, booni'te-ra-rayc- d from tho band stand. Prom tho speaker's stand, Weed S. Chelf, of Elizabethtown, and Virgo G B.ibbage, of Hardinsburg, presented their claims for tho ollieo of prosecuting attorney in neat and appropriate speeches. They were followed by Judgo J. A. Murray in an interesting speech on tho political issues of tho day. Tho truths of Democracy were made so plain and the fallacies of Third Partyism shown up in such a light that all within the sound OLOTHIERS. of his voice were convinced that such political economy as tho PeoOor. Third and Market. ples Party advocates is sure to bo unsuc LOUISVILLE, KY. cessful and of short life. Lnto in tho afternoon a gold watch was to bo presented to tho young lady that TOBINSPORT, IND. had received tho largest amount of money during the day for tho church. Tho corn crop will be a failure. Miss Addlo Friel and Miss Alico MatChaB. Hyde is sick with the fevers. tingly had been solicitors and, of course, Waldo Simons lias returned from were tho contestants for the prizo. Wlion the money of Miss Friel was Owcnsbuio. C. C. Whitehead and wife spent Suncounted it was found that sho had tho surprisingly large sum of $302.00. When day in Tell City. Miss Mattingly's hand-satchwas openQuito a number from here will attend ed the sum exhibited looked to be the at Tell Qiiy. equally as largo as that of Miss Friel, C. C. Whitehead is tho boss wheat and tho crowd began to show an interest buyer in our section. in the count. When $300 was counted Walter A. Wood, of tho firm of that and still tho little hand-bawas not name was hero lost week. empty, tho silent excitement becamo Mr. Etl. Bouldingliouse and family greater and tho interest increased. It was discovered at last though Uhat Miss hayo moved to Cannelton. Mattingly's money fell a littlo short of Miss Suo Huckeby has gone to Troy, Miss Friel's, as it stopped at S33I.90 Ind., to spend u month. tho two, together, having secured Mr. Wm. Weatherholt has returned $727.80. By the request of Father Hcn-nesfrom visiting in Spencer county. tho watch was then presented by Everett Cockcrell took in the St. Louis Judgo Murray to Miss Friel in a neat excursion and reports a grand time. and touching littlo speech which pleased Tlio Messrs. Iaf will soon begin erecteverybody; but it was the universal exing a new residenco for Hugh Weather-hol- t. pression that both tho yoimg ladies were bervice And obliging clerks. It is ahvaysa pleasure to " show;. -- Jtolins Winter &Co Julius Winter OLOTHIERS. LOUISVILLE, EY. Co goods and ascertain what islJ ' " J a y wanted, The goods ani styles most Oor. Third and Market. In Vogue displayed in season Staple goods are necessarily carried in heavy stock. 2 fact every feature thatmak up a desirable store is four Are BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. W. C. Moorman, Clovcrport, was in town Saturday. Miss Eilie Smith, Hardinsburg, is tiio guest of Miss Celestia Beavin. Messrs. Wade Drury and Billie Stitli went up on the excursion Saturday. c Mr. Hunter Hardaway. of U. S. Service, is at home for vacation. Tlio picnic Friday was quite a succtss. a largo and onlerly crowd was in attendance. Mrs. E. S. Foote and children, Owens-Iwiare visiting Mrs. Nannie Hender son. Mr. Murphy, representing Tliixton, Millett A Co., Owensboro, was in town Friday. Miss Mattio Lee Moorman, of Bran denburg, is visiting her mint, Mrs. Clias. II . Drury. Mr. W. T. Beeler, of Johnson Bros. A Co., Louisville, called at the Cash Store Saturday. MiBs Eula Stith returned Sunday from quite an extended visit to relatives in Brandenburg' Miss Clara Jonlau entertained 11 number of her friends very pleasantly on Thursday evening. Dr. Will Strotliers and Miss Frances Clarkson, Big Spring, were guests of the Misses Drury Friday evening. Mr. and Mis. W. G. Bewley, Brandenburg, were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Stith, Sunday. Mrs. Nathan Bewley and daughter, Mary Belle, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stith, Mrs. Bew ley's parents. Judge McBcath, of Leitchtield, and Mr. Virgo IUbbage, of Hardinsburg, the crowd at tlio picnic Friday Itev-enu- At Snlze.rs. VJ. v. -- . L"2 v ,.. & iTwK'lk.irv7KM.KM.AKe.KJ fc"20rau.u4rX22C2raa m P:o:j t:o:i k:o:3 l:o:j f:o:j iai BEABD B. ftPoPBTBTbV E3 mmmmiMmim . & CO J i- -- Miss Grace Allen, who has been visiting her cousin, Mary Groves, lias returned to her home at Louisville. Mr. Till Groves, who lias been very ill is rapidly improving. All due to tho .medical skill of Dr. Watkins. Tout Allen bus returned from Louisville'. Tom is going to be a real live farther, as he dont like city life. Frank Smart is sutTbring with a very soro'iiand, caused by working in tlio hay Farming don't agree with liiai. Now is the time when tlio small boy line melon and sitteth 'slealeth beneatli a tree and deliveretli it while the Polky juan lookcth on at a distance. Ever since wo read that wonderful fish story in tho Tobinsport iten s of tlio Tell City Nowb, about that intelligent dog wo have been trying to find out who has such a wonderful canine in our community. Perhaps Pansy knows and will enlighten us, but wo forget it is too dry for pansies now. llt-lt- t'$3ip3B::9L L gl&Sg. s R m j. afternoDn. Rev. G. S. Shelby and wife, Clifton, spent several days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Griflin Dowell, .Mrs. Shelby's f!0-- l parents. A very enjoyable dance was given by the young men to the visiting young Among thobe ladies Friday evening. present were Misses James, Morganfield, Emma and Kllie .Smith, Hardinsburg, Mamio Snyder, G uston ; Maggie, Mary and Stella Paul, ilattio McCoy, Clara Jordan, Lucy Frank, Celeste Beavin, B. Ada and Bettie Drury; Messrs. Clias. Beard and Jas. Osborne, Gustotij Dick Ditto, Brandenburg; L. D. Addison, Addison; Kobt. Pennington, Owensboro: Alfred Payne, Joe Bland, Will Paul, Marvel Bewley, Fred Hodges, Allan and Will Hendrick, John Basket, Fiank Boaul, Garfield; Henry, George, Wado and Banks Drury, William Stitli, Fred Triplett and others. Ohaporones Mrs. Alonzo Bennett and Mrs. Clias, Stith. Delightful music was furnished il by Bodenstadt's Band, and in every the aii'air was a grand success. tie-ta- hoes i ) 11 t t,i h -- . . Ills a fixed and immutable law that to 'havo good, sound health ono must havo pure, rich and abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer routo than by n course of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. Sold by Short A Haynes, Clovcrport, and Beanl A Beeler, Hanlinsburg. Official Vote Of The Democratic Pri- i n ii mary Election Held In Brecken-ndg- e County Angust 1st, 1802. .x x x r "S w? S"o wn Ko Sf 3 3 o3 5P B. F. BEABD 2S3 & Coy r HARDINSBURG, KY. P PRECINCTS. f " IliirtUiiktnirK Clovcrport Union Star Mooleyville Menhcnrpnrt 35 314 M 5.1 In o" C S" " -- S S' J SiTon z x l mmmm - " ) tab isi in; 6j 60 vj loo M 4S 131 114 b9 54 2i llcwlcyolle Wilikter 'Clifton MilU lliB SpriiiK IliiiUomillc Cutter 31 79 & 7 7 ICt i, 7 l 15 44 46 ii '3 7 " J7 5 10 17 II 7' io ' I 14 17 4 4 I i 0 J tO 1 Y 8 22 aS 16 i 6 2 34 3 5s 31 49 21 Mrs. Agnes Hicketts and grandsons, Forest and Curtis Black, of luiisville, aro tlio guests of Mrs. It. G. Hicketts. Miss Polio Busby, of Hardinsburg, who has boon visiting Miss Blancho Frymiro Cook's Cotton Root for tho past two weeks, has returned home. "' MA M COMPOUND. Mrs. Mlnuio O'Nell ami son, Walter, A rcrelit illicovcry liy an eld phytic! in. Successfully used left Friday for Tobinsport, their future mnntly by thousands of homo, much to tho regret of many Is tlxi only perfectly safe and reliable medicine friends. Ilcwnro of unprincipled drufrt;lsts Tlio Misses ltichanlsop, accompanied who offer inferior medicines In place of thl Ask tor Cook's Cotton Itoot Compound, take no sub- by Mvbsib, Will L. and James T. Miiner, stitute, or Inclose l and 6 cents W postage in letter, and we will send, sealed, by i turn rnail. formed a very merry party from Harfull eeitlcd particulars in plain envelope, to luetics only, 1 stamps. dinsburg t6 Clovorport Wednesday and Address l'ontl Lilly floHlHniir No. 3 Fisher Block, Detroit, Mich. spent tho day at Tar Springs, s. KJJJ Tout 55 J5 The foregoing is u correct statement of tho vote cast at tho primary election held by tlio Democnttlc p.trty of Breckenridgo county August 1st, 18JI2, to nominate candidates for tho offices of bherill aim Clork of tlio Circuit Court. It appearing that i. K. Klioiles, can-- , didato for Sherih", and It. S. Skillman, candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, having received more votes than any other candidates wo. by tlio authority vested in us, declare them to bo tho nominees of tho Democratic party for said offices. IlAitniNsiiuno, Ky., Aug. 4th, 1892. W. K. Dakkkh, Ch'm'n, N. C. Moselkv, Sec'y. S.,8 Iturftt McOanieU Hock Vale Planter's Hull Si 57 11 jS 47 10 3t to 45 1.1 15 37 13 ? Bright people are the quickest to a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people tho Littlo Early Kisers. If you are not bright tlieso pills will make you so. Sold by 'Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beanl A Beeler Hardinsburg. SPEING is here. So is our stock of is so 0 o o 0 UNION STAR. '73 Miss Dont Gardner is in Hawesvillo this week. Como anil cxmnino our goods for yourself. Don't forget tlio picnic at tlio old lot of Helm place next Saturday. We regret to say Miss Mata Hoot has not improved since pur last writing. Miss Lena Richardson is at home, after a visit to relatives and friends at --NEW G00DSI . Wo havo ml"ATli&M jv Ginghams,' Ladles' Dress in tho city. Goods1 IMF- - PW Cliurliu Cashman will teach his first school at Preston tills year. Wo wish him success. NOTIONS, Wo offor you hnrgninp in b ijHeIwK' . i nog QUALITY AND PRI Our motto is "Quick SaleB and Small Pro uwBm JBBB WITT & MEA R bedytellj - Ci ' 'BAMBS. .SHIRTS I ' When aba n Child, she orled for Castoria, When site beaamo Miss, alio cIuhc to C&atorla, YThcnBhohad Children, ahegavathwn CaterU, ' . . ff Ladies Ayor's Hair Vigor is a superJohn U. Jarbov"., of Moloyvijlo, sold his "farm, of 80 acres near tlmtplace lo ior and economical hair dressing, "it has will iK'comh an indispensable article for the Bafo ElderJsr $1.000.. roont in thhi te. toilets. I 1 Mr.-Jirfbo- rbly ir ' .i1 1 'V . fot ' y. ,. - j Ly-- ? -- "t t .. . 'f : sJ?s 4,."j&,"v-- " Adk.. i HaHMM .v w nmmwmm ,lJTttwlupnfcMBtiiBMjaMMtMB ""!"- - " TrT"1 "ff " F1T1ttt'' r i w n "".i pr " KW' " J gBMWMWM 3? " t MOHTHLY CROP REPORT. OFFICB OK TUK CoMMISHIONEU OF AuniCULTUHK, IIonTicui.TunK JLL " FOR A - MAJOR STANTON ASKS OHIO COUNTY. (Ilntiriiril llrniM.) Mr. Alvnb Duke, LouIbvUIc, is spend- PASS. 1 1. -f- t Tho Quoer Rhymed Letter From tho ing his vacation with his, father's family hero. Author of "Moneyless Han" WHEAT. Mrs. J. S. Coleman returned Saturday to Oen. Echols s In my report for the month of July I from Dawson Springs, where she and Dr. Railroad officials get all sorts of re- Coleman havo been for some weeks. can say that our SIMo has been greatly quests for passes, but tho ono written by Dr. Coleman remains there, and is much blessed, that a kind Providence has smiled graciously upon us; our crops, Maj. Henry T. Stanton, author of "Tho improved in health. and other clever poems, np to this time, aro over an avcrogo ; our Moneyless-Man- " Whilo walking homo Saturday, Miss V CTrnTi n wheat crop I don't supposo was over to Gen. John Kchols, President of tho Tula Pendleton was worcomo by heat, equalled in tho Stato, tho yield being in Nowport News and Mississippi Vnlloy and for many bouts her lifo was almost Thcro road, is a gem. Tho novel communicaSomo sections unprecedented, despaired of. Sho has sinco had tho conaro somo reports of smut, though not so tion is in rhyme. Gen. Kchols was read3nyBrs stant caro of her father, and is much im bad as anticipated. In somo localities ing it over yesterday In the presence of n proved today, and her early recovery is threshing has been retarded by excessive rejwrtcr. "Maj. Stanton" said he, "was on my hoped for. rain, and tho grain is sprouting. I asked At tho barbecue near Barrett's Ferry btafTat thoclosoof tho war, and I have in my roitort for average yield per acre, last Saturday, Allison P. Mitchell stabbed id but n great many corrcsiondents did not always been very fond of hi in. Last and dangerously wounded Samuel Peynotlco tho question particularly, and spring ho came to mc and asked mo for ton, of Olaton. Tho wound was in tho gave, tho condition instead. I will ask an annual pass over my road. I said in to neck, nnd it was thought for awhile tho tho question again in my August report. fun to him: 'When you go back CanntiBS 7 was severed. Dr. IJcan wus sent Our State has mado great improvement Frankfort writo me n note, sotting forth lirtcry an Very soon I received a for nnd dressed tho wound and Peyton in our wheat crop, from two main causes, your wishes.' was ahlo to bo carried homo that evenFirst, the preparation of tho ground for written application for tho annual pass. to which I wrote him n note, ing. Mitchell has not boon arrested. seeding; second, wo are more particular in reply Whilo cutting grass with a mower, telling him that I would refer his appliin procuring good seed wheat. cation to the lawyers of tho company, to Thursday, Dr. S. A. Jackson, of 'itock-lor- t, n a coo. to was thrown in front of tho knife, advise mo whether it would bo a violaIn reviewing tho reorts on tobacco, I tion of the Interstate Commerce law for and dragged quite a distance by a runhave-tsay that they arc somowhat conmo to issuo tho pass as requested. It away mnlo team. His legs were badly flicting, and are different in different lo- was in reply to that letter that ho wrote lacerated nnd he was bruised and hurt ExcBBds calities. In the counties of Spencer, mo this letter:" internally so much that great fears aro Shelby, Henry, Franklin, Owen Scott, Cnm"binBd entertained that ho may not recover. FiiA.VKioirr, Ky., March 29, '02. Woodford, Bourbon, Mercer and others, My Dear General: At hist accounts ho was resting as weP djTDulatian of I eould mention tho complaint of Your letter is hero and I very much as could bo hoped, and with overy attenof the plant is very general. fear that it's tho very last word that I tion, his friends who are so numerous nil Judgo l'ryor said to mo that that was his over will hear of that annual pass. over the country, hope ho may get well. pDth.Br observation in his section of the State. Alack and alusl that tho souls of the J. 15. Monroe and Miss Melissa Van-divTen days since I made a trip through great and tho rich should bo sich. Now, IlLii wero united in the holy bonds of tho counties of Washington and Nelson, if I wero Jlogul and you wero tho tramp, matrimony nt tho brldu's homo near and noticed somo 'IphkjgJ tobacco in and the journey was long and the weath JouniiBS. which there were soififSmts ready to er was damp, don't you know I would Horton yesterday. top, and others down in tho clods, and say, in a Christian-lik- o Such little complaints as heartburn, way: "Poor not much prospect of doing any good jump on, for there's nothing to headache, tootache, sour stomach, etc., frost. Other counties I could namo pay." Do you think 1 would pause to arc not often fatal, but very annoying. tho condition of tho crop is reported bet- examine a clause of tho corporate laws All such troubles aro quickly cured by One of my correspondents from ter. Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A. C. llayner " and call in my "shysters" to make Trigg, Hon. Win, Wharton, a gentleman in search of a ttatuto to provo Shoiw, W. Vo., says : "I havo been afwell informed, writes, the tobacco well that you should walk ? Nay, nay, my flicted with heartburn nnd sour stomach advanced and is of good leafy growth; dear friend, for you know very well that for four vears. Found no relief until I promises to bo an average crop ; rains too I'd grab at the string and tiuklo tho bell, used Lightning Hot Drops. I can honCounties adjoining Trigg and I'd scream and I'd yell to "Put on estly say that Lightning Hot Drops has frequent. make samo report. Hut, from a general tho brako" for humanity's sake, and cured mo entirely." All dealers sell it. CKENRIDGE NEWS. resume of all my correspondents, I must when I hail brought tho old thing to a 25 and 50c. bottler. say the prosiccts for a good crop .are not stand, I'd stretch out my hand and I'd DESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1892. very promising. Per cent. 88. SOLDIERS help you alioard. I'd see you from walking completely restored. I'd seat you on To Be Held At The Birth Place Of tfho Delightful Waltz. Thoro is hardly n dissenting report elegant cushions inside; I'd give you a Abraham Lincoln The Blue And fethcr Burneiiinll is n Bcholarly old through the months of April, May,Juuc, drink and I'd say you should ride on The Gray Invited to erian deacon, who lives in the and July as to tho excellent crop of Imtli plain, and through valley, by field and by Participate. fend of the county. Ho was in th clover and timothy, which makes the river, now on and lienccforth forever and terday and commented as fol- lroBiect good for nn abundant supply of ever. The Annual Reunion of tho MTftaw some young people waltz- - hay. Clover, 101 per cent. ; timothy, 98 Tlioy snv that a charter on iron to roll soldiers of Kentucky will this year be iy.night. Tho genta encircled per cent. is a thing without sentiment, sorrow or held at Ilodgenville, LnRuo county Ky., tner's waists with cne arm. soul ; that it goes right ahead by tho on tho 12th nud l.'lth of August. A most pastures. stood erect, leaning a little living and dead, in n merciless way for rha ladies lean a little forward. In some localities arc getting short from "pay," only "pay." It has n corporate cordial invitation is extended to both the and the federate to the present LL Now all wheel, whirl and hot, dry weather, hut up life, and can move, but it never can love. soldiers to attend and participate. Half-far- e time are unusually good 101 per cent. rand heels of gents go rip-raIts pulses are quick, or are slow, but rates to Ilodgenville nru offered by cony. Then all go rappity, clip- passion's a tiling it never nan know. the Louisville and Nashville and the Mty, bippity, skippity, hoppity, Tho corn crop is just in tho stage to be Now you are tho head and front of a thumpity, hump. Ladies fly cut short for the want of rain. Crop was charter a human turned into a "stop Newpoit Nows and Mississippi Valley Gents planted late, ami tho ground in many lo- and start her" n railroad machine and a railways. AuiplS accommodations will enlrifugal moinontum. They reel, calities is very hard, caused by tho ex- possiblo martyr; but you onco wero en- bo mado to entertain all who attend. close. es hard and Ilodgenville was chosen as tho plftco Hide, sling; look tender, look cessive rain In the spring, hut where it dowed with a heart and a soul, above of holding tho because tho spot dizzy. fly, dresses, fly, has been woll worked looks well, mid if that Feet oor ollice of gathering toll. You birth-plac- e fly, all fly. It look squeczity, tug- - it is seasonable for the next two or three could feel for a tramp when ho traveled that is honored ns being tho of our great war president is situated men weeks, the crop will bo good 911 per pullity, rubblty rip. The alone, nud when ho said "bread" you within two miles of tho town, nnd a and cent. r like a cross between steel-yard- s could not say "stone." Put now you are great portion of the exercises will be down rjacks. Tho maidens tuck changed ; you arc cindar and coal, with conducted at tho old Lincoln Homechins very low, or raise them very The llni'st crop of outs that lias been nothing but iron gono into your soul. stead, where gushes a spiing of delicious Somo stnile, some grin, some gigLike old Polyphemus who wanted to ftiapout, somo sneer, andTall per- - raised in this State for many years has eat the whole of tho crew of Ulysses' wntur, which yet bears tho namo of R& freely. Tho ladies' faces are just been harvchtcd. Tho acreage rs not fleet, you aro "fourflKbf tho brave," and "Lincoln Spring." enough thresh"I was born Februnry 12, 1709, in jitght against those of tho men, or into large ; there has not been when you aro IjjmPVi it's easy to see Hardin county, Ky.," Bays Lincoln in a ed yet to estimate tho yield per aero. pJeJjemmB, breast against breast, nose you'd willingly niako a small luncheon-o- letter published in his autobiography. KM I'. ynet nose, toes against toes, row me, that is you would take That portion of Hnidin is now LnRuo counin again making a sound like Tho reports from tho last "red" in my wallet for ono hap- county. erey, ndey, ties are ve ry unfavorable. Tho growth py, moment to tickle your gullet. porgy, derey, They is short, and in many places will not bo iey, poachy, Mr. John Carpenter, of Good'and, Now let mo observe that I still have fie Italians in jail for indulging in worth cutting. Tho prico has been so "I tried Chamberlain's tho muscle to walk, brain and the Ind., says: FttboBt Dance. It Couldn't be wonse lowor several years that tho farmersaro tongue, and tho power to talk, and while Colic, Cholera and Dianlucn Remedy, tVftir waltz." Bcattyville Kntcr- - losing interest in it. 02 per cent. I have these 1 shall not be a clam, but for diarrluca and severe cramps nnd i limit I'll walk on your ties and I won't caro a pains in the stomach and bowels witli ET tho beet results. In tho worst cases I Irish potato crop will bo very fair 9.1 d n. Our Old Tire Company. Your legal advisers, thoso grnbliem and never had to give more than tho third per cent. t was a gay old company thatue misers, those fellows you biro to do your doso to effect a cure. In most coses one (1MIDF..NS. 1 to, Joo, away btick in '08, when desire and nil tho rough work to 1ms dono doso will do. Resides its other good All kinds of vegetables aro repoitod ll'ran with tho machine.' Do abundant, and I have had fino rejwirts for your line, no doubt will decline to let qualities It is pleasant to take." 25 and L iewcrnber Uiat big lire in Hotel you bo decent and Issue tho jmss, and 50 cent bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher. from tho seed sent out from this ollice. ' freezing night, when fifteen then in a glass of old "Monarch" oi 97 percent. He were pulled out of their burning "Crow" they'll drink to the health of hOKCillUM. iaiid camo down tho ladder in tho man that can't go, unlets he goes bj'niglit-clothcThe crop not very largo; planted lato, slow. ; and how 'Dick' Headquarters for down two 'kids at once hut in very good condition ; 77 per oeiit. i brought Well, let them decide that the walker fn his arms, the other ehing to his sha'n't ride, for it s nothing to me in tho rum. "Poor 'Dick' I Ho got the catarrh Apples and peaches will show n good end, since I know it's best to go slow. Some' day on my way, I may halt at fend fully, from bo much exposure, and per cent, in comparison with bust year's Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien altered from it five years or more. Wo crop, as last year's crop was very small. tho gait and pay my respects to my iean PlaBtor, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil going in consump- - A few counties reporting a very largo jnir friend, Mistress K , for I know it's not thojujlttrtnco ho was by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, .illOB, aura. riu, uiiuiiy, iiu iiuuni ui in. cent, by comparison makes this year's she who gives nothing but sass when I Saga's Catarrh Komedy, and tried it, and crop appear larger than it really is. Tho ask for a pass. Pray tell her that bottlo & i enreu mm up as sounu as a mm. i eirect of the April frost is causing all of '.'Monarch" is here and I'll drink it to Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alyou, Joe, that catarrh remedy is a kinds of fruit to fall. Apples, 711 per her. I'll go for somo sugar and somo ways kept on hand. Orders acfrHAnftg. It saved as good a man ana cent. ; jeaches, 02 per cent. mint and somo ico, and 1')! fix up a toddy companied by cosh prompt shod w bravo a fireman as ever trod exceedingly nice, and I'll drink every Very respectfully, ly lilted. drop to her health and wish her tho father." . Nicholas McDowell, widow of beauty and wealth that soon Commissioner. she should be, for, you see, it's a natural And Old Clock, A Night In Pekin. law Unit tho man who don't give was Mr. Joahua Glover, who lives oeven Pimples, Boils, Tho Louisville, St. Louis & Texas and never intended to live. fo BoiMi of Hawesvlllo In Hancock Hardinsburg A WetWrn railI shall try to go over tho lies and tho tyj Mwa very interesting pieco of Louisville, Louls-vlll- o Blaci-Heads, gross without any pass, but ono ot theso re. at is an cicnt- - ways will, in connection with tliu & Nashvilfo K. It., run nn excursion dayB when together wo wait for soulful clt, 'which was mado by one Mr. IN FACT. from nllioints on its lines to Cincinnati St. Peter to open tho gate, you'll find S -- S Kni&K. of Kllzabcthtown, Ky., at tho "VS'vY blood, wht b and return, August 15th, good returning yourappo.il is a little too thin, aud you'll Wo mtiBt oil hnvo now, rich fer!of3In Gloycr'a grand father bo- larnniillv tnnilo bv thnt romnrknhln nronnr.t u the ytw of 1811 and 1815, and is August 21th, at tho low rato of $5.00 for stayoutsldo whilst I will walk in. You'll I ntlon.Dr, UHS3Z7'0 XU720VXO BLOOD CZiSCSC Jore Abut eighty years old, and is tho round trip. This is an opportunity sco how your chances for llfo wero let Mfrenrlol Dlanono. Krnntloim. Krrtlnalnn. leping good'tlmo. This clock cost that should bo taken advantage of and will slip when you haven't a jkiss for oven J Tttni ilncny, nnd every indlcntion of Iriporor- ldht.1 blood. Cr. Uiittj't Elool Cfirchtr is tho aflbrd tho greatest chaneo over oflbrod that trip. than $100,, ,Tho wooden casing. cat tetotMj wdi can always im roued upon. rtrnmrlafji siaII it- PyroGood bye, my dear friend, all things i wanMK, emi w. tho neignt of witnessing Pain's of "A Niciht lTME 8 EL LEFTS MEDICINE CO. technic production in have nn end. Thus ndeth, alna, all I fnrl'fAj'rhltlint tho ornament PirrsBunoM Pa. given by tho lo.URitrin tho ton beforo it Pekin''well as visiting Order of Cincinnat-us- , hope for that pass. Distressfully Yours, tho Zoological Garus d'Rpright beneath the A lari;o number of IIkxrvT. SrAsiox. unoifwiiidiiiK cords aro in dens, which is the largest and most comThe plete lu America ; in addition to lt.iso there, eighty years, jrd'r3 fiai7 ISall games between the Cincinnati club During tho epidemic of llux in this lias worn in iwo ami At the- -. county, in 1888, 1 hod hard work to koep A.'ri. jiiu running gear and several eastern clubs. !.. gmacr. mi.. n supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholor For further information call on agonta, iog'wood as most old clocks, ra and Diarrluca Remedy on hand. or address tho undorsigncd, for next full delivery. Order what ynu want People often came ten or twelvo miles Youri Truly, in tho night to get a bottlo of tho reme- Anything we haven't nn hand, wo will nrncurc dy. I havo been selling patent medi- it for you al the Inwot ratea. II. C. Mordue, A. G. P. A. or book at ZACK. QflEEN, cines for tho past ton years and find that Manager Hardlnibnrg Nnrarry. belter satisfaction in coses it feeling, loss of of has given and flux than any other and tired diarrha-HAUDINSDUKQ ,KT al debility, Lightning mediciuo I havo over handled. J. II, - Dkniiam, Druggist, Golcondji, Popo Co., lest tonic. It is enOF VIRGINIA ilns no mercury or Ill, Over fivo hundred bottles of this UNIVERSITY Itcmedy were sohl in that county during HARLOTTESVILLE. VA. Mrs. N. K. Allen tito epidemic roierrcd 10. it was a per- Neat kiiIai begin Mth Sept. 'Ornrtua In Art, ftcs: "Lightning fect success and was tho only remedy Knsliiicrlijir, Law. Mtdklnc, J'or announce- inunt apply In tho truo elixir that did cure the worst case. Dozens WMf J Thokktok. LL. D Chairman. mid it has cured of persons there will certify that it Bayed their lives. In four other eiiidornics of iiu fled ng. 1 cn .re- - bowel complaint- - this remedy Jmsbocn 1892. and Statistics, Frankfout, Ky., Aug. 1, fl n Hi Mrs column. ESTATE AND LOUISVILLE MWW BFJW & Co., or. FURNJSHKD BY REAL Len. Gr. Genarel Preface and thmmisth Herndon Hardware Tinware, Da Ynu B-Bac- I T11IRD STREET Rental Agent OLOVERPORT, KY; might ho temptedmonoy. u H. W. HERNDfcKj: Reliable and prompt. Cash with count tale. Consignments sol(eltedv plaiiik MILL. MANUFACTURERS OF At Don't read this column or you - to invest your f aada 9J3D& 9 If tKHdvHrtisa stlntfiis Paper. W, Sow Wo aro now in our . Jts Circulation the o want to buy Reat Estate I Call on R. L. Newsom. Do you want to rent a Farm T .. Call on R. L. Nows m. i Do you want to rent City property? -- ; ' , , EOOS. Call on R. L. Newsom, ,'.... ...10 Mil Freb Do you want the best and, only desirable POULTRY lot (or salo on Main, 50x175 feet for Call on R. L. Newsom, $800.00 T Market stcalr, receipts latife, hut- - smoiI '' . At.i ....,'.. II Ill.L.h. u. .1! I .a m. VUWilJSSJifrt- - I Do you want to buy the Cloverport Hotel, j(7GMji,r vuivkvu. wecShtJs tho only square way w1 ItefflTe' tin centrally located and doing a large , Call on R. L. Newsom, business? and much less trouble. .,.., ,r.,....74 to P. 8. I am now prepared and havo full uiu uidi per id , -jfc4 l authority to oOor said Hotel nt a bargain. Roosters...., , springers This. i(..lifCorrespondence from abroad solicited. Is a good chance to secure the best and most FEATHERS. popular hutel Id tho city, and no ''boom'' Prfme, whlto goee ...,...., 40 ( price nssvu. Mixed , 2j Do you want a loan negotiated? Uld 10 l Call on R. L. Newsom. No. 1, duck ..,'.,, 26 placed on Have you money you want HIDES. Call on R. L. Newsom. safe security ? , ilrcen, ffoou. ..... ..,,.. 3f 4 ? Do you want money on short call ft'-- , Dry Salt, kuwI. 0 Call on R. L. Newsom, Dry flint, good ,,...', ,.. I taw , Sheep skins Do you watt to ront a house ? 25 d0.75 u. IfHHdVI&TiK. KV7 lRg.i4tVf.4ff. Shippers should murk all paeknfw lataly, aeUtpssa. with shipper's bame ami post-v- e BUTTER. , ....... II 8j ll Choice, countrr 11 bii 11 .... Medium, Common lo U' ' Creamery , i.i,......,u...t,...s IV g)'M ' s , .:... -. a. I M M a. .... .- - n. tolthB m Keep confltnntly on hand n lnrgo stock of papers bath er new builuing and have tho completest line in the country. lei-lo- lc-fo- ro "talk-eetalk- Third Street Planing Mill, CLOVERPOirr, ky. m al Kx-Co- n Grand Annual Excursion Old Call on R. L Newsom. WOOL. ,. ., ., flood paying renters can generally .....-.,,,,.,.,.. 30' Let me put a "bug In your thease, fine socure a house. ... 11 Oil U , .,.., ear," R. L. Newsom rents properly nnd collects Ureuse, roare , . 20(gfi ., the rents on a commission of ten per cent, and, Merino in .a I.T lon!t Hurry ailr 0.- -. renting being a specialty with him, , ., ::: you know It is betttr to place your property In 'lIAY.tmvilT. FSKD. Why? his hands than to rent Ityoursell? 'e quote prlpoi on LuuIjH, Because ho Is controlling a large amount of VW g renters find wharf: property and trifling HAV. It unhealtbv" and he soon gets rid of them. , IJUO (Si 1.1 m) ' choice... Nowsom hours but few complaints frm good Strictly KT.. .1 .... irl m ..., nL..I.A no. ... wuuitu .,.H i uu renters, but the "howl" comes from thoso fel1 00 0 10tfl-- 1 lows who du nut want to pay, and to such he Good Medium Good Urlghtdtruw . 4 58 (al 4 (V '.) Cail on Somebody Else. says M nnrtw Is Newiom hard hearted? Notespeclally so, , 50 M llo will accommodate you If you pay for it, and Choice white ,., 52 0&b provided you stand to your side of the bargain Choice shelled If you don't like his way of dotting OATB. Call on Somebody Else. No, 2 oats 34 (gk Q 'Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites; when your WHEAT. sympathy gets above your Judgment don't No. 2 Long Berry wheat. .....,(.. bin mo tho landlord quite so much, but call Nn. V llnrt rr ' "Al -- ? 'round at his office and drop In $5.00 for the " . MtSCKf.I.ANKOtTH., special oljtct of your sympathy nnd help pay '..,.,...A 4M M bis rent. It will bo dividing the lost on lad Tallow, per Lbl ...' . Don't ueesnaz 2i(j) J l renters, and then you will feel better. Dorgnum per ganon, 2U rj a Al let the landlord lose It all II" POTATOES. Cll P S. Tho above scripture Is addressed to 4tr,A, 44! l'oor to ineil. Jlloh. " the heathen gentiles. " Nor. Ind' ,. 34 41 R. L. lfewsom has about sixty renters and , i To good iiorae urown per barrel ho don't want any but paying ones per bu higher. paying renters he will take special pains to rrum store 20 to 5o IIEANS. make them comfortable. Michigan, hand picked I All to I 6 Do you want a house built and pny for it ln ..ndiauc Navy 1 50 to 1 Al , monthly Installments? For terms " Common and colored 76 to 1 (10 Call on R. L. Newsom. 65 to I 00 Flat and mixed..., power engine nnd Do you want a forty-horONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival...., ... 1 60 to 2 50 Call on R. L. Nowsom. boiler. " " from store,.,,,.. I V0 to 2 76 xl Do you want to start a .Slack Barrel and )J& CAUBAUE. Slave and Heading Factory with power alS' Per crate from store 2 Call on R. L Newsom. ready attached? ' OKLKUY. lA l3fi Having about thirty acres of city lots be a wuv vtih.nlnm. ..am itnr ... AM rmm . 7.H.W . u,.v . i'ihu.., v. wv...,....,... t t would sell a few "sllcos," and If you want a " 24 to.Ze' unuice I Call on R, L. Nowsom. building lot Choice Oreen ,,.., 10 to 2fl fJ Do you want to pay your city taxes ? Call on R. L, Newsom, P. S. up uun i i - ..., nui S PolntConitoitrSeashoiG VIA C. & L., St. L. & T. and 0. Routes White Sulphur Springs. Richmond, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Visited En Route. A rpecial train composed of Klccant C ache nnd Pullman Sleeping enri, will leavo Louli-Tlll- e nt 1:30 p. m. from 7th St, Depot. Reaching Old l'olnt Comfort next evening at Round trip rates to Old Point. $16 00 from Henderson, $16.00 from Onemboro, Lewli-po- rt, Haweivlllo, Cloverport, Stephoniport nnd Irvington. pMsengon will leave on regular trains as iouows Henderson 7:15 a m Cloverport... 1 0;D I a.m Owensboro,..-8:2Stephen8p't.. 10:23 " 7 0:09 " Irvington Lewisport 11:02 " luosday, August IGth, 1892 6 p. m. f 1 1 hemp-growin- g OLOVERPORT, KY. " Hacsvllle.....9:33 The train will Vo run undor tho nusplces of the Uhesapoake i.Ohlo Railway Company, In charge of Mr. W. A. Wllgus,-- Traveling Passenger Agent, formerly of Ilopktnsvllle, Ky. Reducod rales at tho llygeia lintel, Old Polut Comfort, can be secured upon presentation of C. X-- 0. Special Seashore Excursion ticket. Special attention will he paid to the personal comfort of Ladloi without escorts. Sleeping Car accommodations will be pro- GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mower, Pine Poplar Shingles JSmSiagr IF YOU WANT GREAT C. BARGAINS GO TO j. 3 V Jfift W. Stones Gash Store Ten miles South of Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Ho carries a full lino of dry goods, grocoricB, notions, hoots, bIiocs hats,cnns, corecte, quconsware, knives and forks, Ho also pays tho highest prices for leathers, ciilckcns, eggs, ginseng, yellow root, etc., etc. CALL AND SAVE MONEY. ! vided, but in order to have pholco of berths, application should be malo to Mr. W. A. Wil- gus, 26.1 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., at-once. Sleeping unr Kales will bo $1,00 for berth, Louisxtlle to Old Point, toi be occupied by one or two persons. Special side .trip excursions can be malo from Old Point at low rates The routo is through the canons of New River, along plotureujue Greenbrier River, passing White Sulphur Springs, crossing the Alleghenles and llluo Ridge Mountains and boautlful Shennndoah and Piedmont Valloys. Stop-ovprivileges will be granted on the rotbrn trip, enabling excursionists to visit Richmond, White Sulphur Spilrigs and other celebrated resorts. The choice of routes betwren Richmond and Clifton Forge wilt ba given. Excursionists may return either via Cbarlottsvllle and or via Lynchburg and, Natural Stnunton, Uridge along the James River. Tickets will be good returning until September 2, 18V2. Handsome book, doscriptive of No. 2 TIME TABLE. scenery along the lino, will be mailed to any TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. person upon application to W. A. WIL0US, 253 Fourth Arc, Louisville, or to Agent L., West Hound Trains Kast Hound Trains St. L. & T. R. R. Dally Dally Dally Dally H.C. MORDUE, ex Sun, ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Suit, ex Sun I No. 2 No. 6 No. 1 Nn. 6 Ass't 0. P. A., L., St. L. T. Ry. H. W. FULLER. 11 I.v Irvlnuton Ar 9301m Garfield 8 35 1210pm G. P. A., C. A O. R. R. 815 Hamed 1225 7 60 Hardinsburg 1242 aud fnnw ..TTIBA DUTV yon owe 1 18 7 15 Kirk II r to boI tho bcHt Ttiluo tar roar money. 7 0S Jolly 130 Krononilco In your footwenr br purclianlui; 6 44 Glcndeanc 148 W. Li. Douglas rJhoea, which represent the 631 Dempster 165 value for prices asked, as thousands will teMlfr. lv 6 Ham 2 15pm ar 664 llockvale 260 $5.00 43.00 629 Ruth 302 6 21 Askins 314 42.50 54.00 600 Oaks 329 ' 4 45am 4 00pm ArKordsvillel.v 42.00 $3.50 ran ladies 42.50 THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LINE, 42.00 I T ! ntl , V..Li itn Dlanford, J. L. Henry, J. E. King, TMlf W. Foote and R.S Bandy Lsvo'i Oehce, P. sociated ourselves together as Jocorpor anu tor ourselves ourarsociatet ana succfl have become Incorporated under and put" enjoyed. to the provisions of chapter 66, of the General! R. L. NEWSOM. blatues or tbe blato ot Kentuoky, with All the rights, powers and" privileges under saUl statutes, and have adopted the following ar' Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R. Co, ticles of Incorporation t The name of the corporation shall bo the Irvineton Croiunery Co.. and In that name It' shall have perpetual succession, with powfUv tin nnrl Ka mnti tit m.V.MNl,.idi an. I tn kit? J oulre and transfer r.roTrtv as a natural irer TakliiK Effect son. It shall havo a commoii seal, and; jaayl At 5:00 o'clck A. U. Wednezday July 29. '91 alterhe same at uleasuro, and make by laws' Katt Hound TVmni to govern the conduct of Its business, not InWat Bound Train) consistent with the laws of the State or, tho ' ' United States. M 63 Mall St Mall & The principal place of transacting Its buri- Expr'i Kxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Hxpr'. nets shall beat Irvington,' Ky. 'lho geBer), '.i nnluVA nf I1.A liiiatnAaa 4t lit at,1 in.tutf.lUVl Dally Dally Dally Dally shall be to buy, sell and manufacture all oreg J 00 U 05prt G2Sp.n 7 45am Iv.Un'n lp't..Jr 850 Kentucky St. 12 45 erj products. The amount of thoeaitltalitoeM 6 40 800 "- 8 05 7' 20 841 hall be six IhimtanJ dultara ISAMUA West Point 12 05 12 02pm 8 02 7 24 Howard 845 The corporation shall comnienfe buslneM M, V, 1145.m 74; Hock Haven 000 747 soon as mese articles are acKavwioaged ana 7 40 1138 9 03 .Longllranch 757 filed or record with tbe clerk-o- f the Ureefce 7 31 Ilrandenburg 11 2a 917 807 7 27 ridge County CourtTBtate of Kentucky,;,! U21 Meade Springs 1125 811 11 19 7 23 Kkron 92U 817 shall continue for the spice of twenty 1111 715 9 34 8 27 Gutton years, unless sooner dissolved by tbree-fo1102 665 Irvington 9 41 8 37 of tbe stoek holders. 6 48 1063 8 47 962 Webster 1045 1000 640 Lodiburg 8 65 The offioers of said corporation shall bel 6 31 1035 1010 Pierce 905 secretary-anpresident, treas 1030 626 1015 Si..ple 911 urtr, xne last two omcer may so rtuea 618 Stephensport 1023 1023 9 21 one and toe same person. Bald InooriMV 1018 613 1027 9 25 Addison 1015 610 1030 Holt shall constitute tbe first Board c fDite-9 SO 10 01 1044 657 Cloverport 9 46 shall bold until tbe seoond Mondav. ' 553 967 Shops 1050 1951 ibvj, or nntll their successors nrej 9 14 11 00 Tool 6 40 Sklllman the stockholders. Each share of . 6 30 933 1111 Hawesvllle 1010 represent one share of stoek, either by 926 622 1118 l'etrie 1018 615 1124 920 1021 or nroxv. Falcon 611 916 1129 Cayce 1028 The offices of president, 909 605 Lewisport 10 34 1135 retary and treasurer shall be elected by"& t 4 48 851 Powers 1050 1162m thlrdc vote of tbe stoek represented and th 4 35 837 1207pm I'ates 1102 4 25 8 27 term of oDice shall be one year. 1216 Owensboro 1111 v' 413 815 Mattlngly 122; 1123 Tbo indebtedness of said corporation at 12 36 4 0. 8 06 1131 Stanley ateefcl exceed of tbo capital not 355 1246 Worthlngton 755 1140 Tbe private proprty of the stock holders ahajl Spottsvllle 3 37 7 37 104 1155 ue exriuui iruui vorpuraiiuu ueuis. au ieiii 3 29 729 Jiasketts 1205pm 111 1220-i1 25pm ar.Hcnders'n lv 715am 315pm mony whoreof witness the signatures of "lb 'incorporators above, this too via any i.r J14I7 fci, LouisviMe(Hard!nsburg &. Western R, R, . Have you claims against the city tiesury ? Call on tho city treasurer and he will tell you that R.L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, keeps said treasury supplied with money. Claims fur collodion solicited from cities abroad and prompt remittances mado. Many thanks for tho large patronage I have INCORPORATION NOTICE. TIME SCHEDULE zsro. is. J ' - Itw. two-thir- jonn nevit, F. H. MeUebee, - V, W, 1. H. Bandy. i King, Chas, Blanford, J. L. Henry, J. E. Foote' yarlf - 42.25 42.00 FOR w.m j. iHU ,.,tM roit 41.75 BOYS (L. E. & ST. Ij. R. R.) j j DON'T TAKE POISON I. W. .n ir sjmiY 41.75 F SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO Cheap whiskies nro n mild form of poison Consumers are warned against their use. Harper's Nelson County Whiskey St. Louis, C Tims-CiS- LxotiisviHe Evansville South-West ii ) Pb, FRUIT TREES W. L. DOUGLAS West and ciNftyW-THE AND ALL POINTS 1892. IH Juljp.in...4:2tl p.m. a.m.. 31, 5 GommerGial Will lie sent tq any adilrsM from now until January li," 1893, for twenty.flve cuaw. campaign year ib now at linnd ; you must kep ponied and tho way to do so la to nad THE COSIMKROIAL-t- he only true exponent of .IMIaaIAI1 n...! baiihJ vus" nun miiiuu ..mbh rency'la the South. : SEND F9R A SAMPLE C0I1 j.iukv-i.Lit,i- , Hardinsburg Nursery, is a standard, high grndo Kentucky YIliHkcy which reaches mo direct from Kentucky, and whoso purity I can Kiinrnntco to those seeking a stimulant for medicinal or social uso. OTHER HI'EOIAI.TIES in footwear are ot the same nigh crude, and represent a money ralrns beyond the prices ebarced. Boa that name nnd prloo aro stamps.! on bottom of each fhoa. TAKKNOHUBST1TIITK. ... Douglue, UrecUton, Mats, Bold by f, llowinor A: Ilamblotoii, Cloverport, Ky. S3 SHOE BEST SHOE .l. IN THE WORLD fOR THE HONEY. d ia far ArrSt. Itcspcctfully, P. M. PDPHAM, WANTED. BANK OF , CLOVERPORT, KY. HAEDIITSBTJEG Capital Stoek $25,000. . Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Evansville, Ind, J. B6AMPBELL,. D. P. A. Leuisvllle, Ky City Ticket QSIm.,8. W. Cor.,Thlrd & Main St Louisville, Ky. .8:25 Lv. Louisville 8:05 Louis 7:20 pra ...0:45 a m 10ift0p.ni, Kvansvllle 1:20 " , For further Information, cell on or address, R.A CAMPBELL, y '(j 100,00, Foot Hickory Logs nnd KsntuckyTralning School. Mt. Sterl(pg, Ky. f . Lumber. C0O;0O0 Hiokary Spokw, B. F. BKARU, President. WILLMILLKRlVto-Pr5ldet. 100,Wb Fm WVMM'fcr And xHiliie H curfiilly you will le. ittre to mlMcrilM. Addtvw all letters and uiako and Poet-ollall. brdw pay(il to cJa M, H. BKARD. StValer. Hubs. -- Dlood Elixir mm o mm W4le7y A. 1 'Qiwny Kiiccessiui.It. Fisher. on ivnt -- ikji-Uf- a MWm 5.-SU- I owwriBOW v - vkni. . ., , o. I tyDXKIB MKRIDOE jolly: I r . . LQUlSVItLE PRESS .Dire t DEPOSITS A TEW ST PAID OW'TIME o- - IL H- ' .- : aMjeHwl, hMHke. MIIHaryslH)lHi iwrw. NiMitwrllieHedi reems l lastjisr. ''Louisville,'; li